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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 competition. you'll have so many different
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plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago -- >> you repeated yourself seconds ago. >> how are you going make them pay for the wall? >> i will, and the wall just got ten feet taller, believe me. >> can somebody attack me, please? [ laughter ] >> wolf, wolf -- >> whoa. >> that was a great line by ben carson who wanted more action last night. he made the most of it when he did talk. >> unfortunately, the shot was on john kasich. so ben carson gets credit for the line, doesn't get credit for the shot. ladies and gentlemen, if you missed last night, you are not -- usually i turn to hbo for the big fight on tv. last night it actually was on cnn as the five finalists of the republican side duked it out. let's face, it super tuesday is four days away. they had to make a mark last night. >> although a lot of the reviews said it was three candidates
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duking it out last night. we didn't hear much from dr. ben carson. >> i tell you, governor kasich was off some. he knows what -- officers awesome. he knows what he's doing. he let his experience show without talking about his resume. he told you what his resume allowed him to talk about. >> exactly. and john kasich took a more moderate tone of the top three. they duked it out. let's bring in fox news senior ringside correspondent, john roberts, live out at the university of houston with a recap of last night's big shout fest. >> i was expecting burgess meredith to come out and -- come on, you got to go at him! not tomorrow, rock. >> i'll tell you, there had to be cut men in the back, as well, to fix the stuff happening with -- as they were pummelling each other's faces. as donald trump seems to be walking away or running with this nominating contest, marco
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rubio needed a career performance last night. he also needed to be looking less robotic, more free wheeling and spontaneous. and at one such moment last night, he managed to really do that and turn around -- remember the narrative that happened coming out of new hampshire where he was repeating himself? he took that and turned it into a virtue, literally dumping the same charges on donald trump's head. watch this. >> the nice part about -- you have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> mr. trump -- >> no, i'm not -- i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago -- >> i saw you repeat yourself five seconds ago. >> i watched him melt down on the stage like i've never seen anybody. i thought he -- >> let's talk about substance -- >> i said -- >> let's talk about your plan. >> every night, it says five things -- everyone's dumb, he's going to make america great again -- >> senator -- >> wow. and rubio's opposition research team obviously had been hard at work for the previous week leading up to the debate.
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watch what happens here as rubio takes an entire bucket of opposition research and dumps it on donald trump's head. >> 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 that's hired people. you haven't hired anybody. >> he hired workers from poland and had to pay $1 million in a judgment -- >> wrong. totally wrong. >> beam can look it up. i'm sure people are googling it now. look at trump polish workers. you'll see $1 million for hiring illegal workers on one of his projects. [ applause ] >> and a lot of people were googling that last night. but donald trump held his own. he was getting pummelled from both sides. i think he had a good debate, as well. marco rubio probably had the best debate that he's had in his life last evening here at the university of houston. the question -- was it enough, and is it too late? and with so many people in the race, even if rubio's numbers are to go up, can it possibly be enough to defeat donald trump on super tuesday? >> by the way -- >> reporter: we'll find out. >> john roberts, i loved what you said last hour talking about
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ted cruz and donald trump. saying remember that bromance between the two of them. that is so yesterday -- >> remember that bromance? >> so yesterday. >> they officially broke up last night. >> that's right. and john, thank you very much. as john knows everybody behind the scenes, he knows how they interact. to see them blow up and see a relationship dissipate in eight months. i also thought that marco rubio may have blown a chance, should donald trump get the job? him being number two is going to be tough. after last night, it was illegal immigration, trump university, health care. that was all the opposition research you thought that would leak out in the course of ageei months, came out in eight seconds. >> they should have done it earlier, realized it was time for a hail mary. they threw a kitchen sink of research at trump. they also three this at trump. a sound bite on fusion. jorge ramos.
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asking the former mexican president fox about donald trump, if he's elected president, he's going to build a wall, and mexico's going to pay for it. what did the former president say? we'll find out. then we'll play trump's reaction last night back to back. >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> the wall just got ten feet taller. believe me. [ applause ] >> just got ten feet taller. i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he used. i can only tell you, if i would have used even half of that word, if 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, okay? >> that's -- he's the former president. vicente fox also apologized about president bush -- i don't know where he's been and why we care. he goes on to say democracy cannot take this. crazy people that don't know what is going on in the world
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today. this worries me, especially that last caucus nevada. china says something similar, only in chinese. so he has the pope commenting, china commenting, he's got the former mexican president commenting. >> vicente fox has been clear about his disdain for donald trump. i interviewed him a couple of months ago. yeah, he has never been a supporter, put it that way. >> are you going to continue to be a namedropper during the program -- >> we'll talk to donald trump later. >> he's a being businessman and puts himself up against donald trump. he's clearly trying to challenge him. so in midst of this, we're asking, who came out on top last night? the focus group weighed in. you've got to hear this. >> how many of you think trump wins the nomination? how many of you think trump is the next president of the united states? >> world's a different place now. and the pitch has been enough with this p.c. about baloney.
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he's done a good job. was able to battle carly fiorina -- >> he goes over the line. >> we have the e-mail servers and all the emails now. hillary's a much different person now. >> donald trump watches this stuff. how many of you by show of hands believe he should dial back? raise your hands. >> yes. >> the conclusion is only three people here changed their votes. this is the least amount of any debate that we have done in these groups. >> okay. so that's the group down in houston. while it is unscientific, it's the only online poll i could find. drudge does one after every one. not surprisingly again, donald trump, according to 60% of the people who clicked, 60% said trump won. 20% said cruz won. and 15% said marco rubio won. interesting because a lot of the pundits said marco rubio -- to your point, said marco rubio had a great night. he's had good nights before. it's never really translated,
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though. >> i thought he had a great night. and in fact, he's only had about a bad 15 minutes in all ten debates. and he admits it and owned up to it. he came back, a lot of people think at that moment -- if it takes place, you don't come back from that. and he came back, finishing second. the question is, where does he win. and the answer has been, look in florida, that's the purple state that republicans have to have. >> his home. >> the q poll yesterday looks like -- looks terrible for him. donald trump, who's got a home there, he's got almost 50% of the vote. 44 to marco rubio's 28, cruz's 12, kasich is 7, carson, if he's still in by then, at 4. >> wow. so that -- that led to the reviews this morning saying, okay, so he had targeted attacks, marco rubio, against donald trump last night. some of which we're perceiving as effective, but was it too late? that focus group showing that not many people change their minds at least in that group. >> i read something in "the new york times" that said that marco rubio's performance, the reason he went after him like an attack
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dog was essentially for, you know -- there are obviously voters watching, but there are also donors. there's the gop establishment, and they want to know that if i'm going to invest into marco rubio, he can deliver the goods. last night he went after trump. as we look at the current republican delegate count, you see that donald trump, bottom of the red line there, he's got 81 delegates. you've got ted cruz at 17 along with marco rubio, john kasich had six, and ben carson has four. keep in mind, you need over 1,100 -- i think over 1,200 to win. still a long way out. super tuesday on tuesday, 600 up for grabs. >> by the time march 15th was done, 60% of the delegates will be handed out. we're going to a long way to know what's going on. my humble opinion, you see bush 41 and barbara bush last night. i think there's going to be an all-out push by the rubio camp to get jeb back involved and get his donors and his people so whatever jeb has left in
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florida, marco rubio desperately needs to make a legitimate run at donald trump. >> all right. it wasn't just fight night. there were actually funny moments in the debate, too. here's some of them. >> and as president, i would go through and would look at what a person's life has been. what had they done in the past, what kind of judgments had they made. what kind of associations do they have. that will tell you a lot more than an interview will tell you. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> thank you, dr. carson. >> yes. the fruit salad of life. >> what does that mean? >> he was talking about what he would look for in a supreme court justice. >> correct. >> he would look at essentially the casserole of their character. >> or the cantaloupe. >> if you were watching and thinking, wow, marco rubio has got a really excited fan, here is the screamer that tore up twitter. who is that woman? >> wow. >> you're going to be starting a trade war -- [ screams ]
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>> all right. i don't know anything about bankrupting four companies. you bankrupt -- [ screams ] >> if he hadn't inherited $2 million, do you know where donald trump would be right now? selling watches in manhattan. [ screams ] >> that woman's got to stay home next week when fox does the debate. [ scream ] >> that's -- that's desperate. finally, one other interesting thing that the twitterverse blew up over -- did you notice how -- i don't know who the cnn graphic artist was, but it sure looked like behind the podiums, take a look. doesn't that look like a giant hot dog behind them? you got the hot dog there and a couple of buns? >> maybe burger king has -- >> oh, my gosh. >> we just added a little. >> i can't tell is, that cheese whiz or -- >> mustard? >> one or the other. it looks delicious. >> there you go. tell us what you think your moment was last night. >> your favorite moment. >> here's the other thing. did anything happen last night to change your mind, to help you make up your mind or change your
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mind? >> also, are you going to vote on super tuesday? are you in one of those states? let us know which way you're going. >> all right. meanwhile, facebook, twitter, or e-mail. donald trump's status helped propel him to the top. why would he want a political insider as his running mate? a man on the inside when bush picked cheney will talk about that next. and three people dead after a gunman opens fire on a kansas business. it would have been worse. next, a hero cop. . literally. . just download our free coach by cigna app. for personalized programs from a team of health coaches to help you achieve your wellness goals. cigna. together, all the way.
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donald trump has shot to the top of the pack on the republican side thanks to his political outsider status. now it looks like the front-runner may want a political insider as his running mate eventually. >> the main quality that you want is somebody that can be a great president if something happens to you. that's got to be -- don't you think that's got to be number one? >> exactly. >> then i want somebody that could help me with government. most likely that would be a political person. i need -- i want, i do want somebody that's political because i want to get lots of great legislation that we all want passed. >> okay. so what would be the pro-and cons of a political person? joining us now is on to break it down is former senior adviser to the rnc and former bush-cheney national spokesperson, terry hull who joins with us a beard.
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>> thanks. >> hi. >> good morning. >> yes. appreciate it. so what do you think of trump's suggestion that here he is, an outsider, but if he's going to be president he might inside an insider from washington to be his vice president. >> well, don't sell it like that. i mean, he's the ultimate outsider. after he went out and said, hey, i'm going to pick an insider, it would irritate a large majority of the people who are voting for him only just to give the flying fickled finger of fate award to the american political system. i think he does have to sort of look at the way that george bush picked dick cheney in 2000 when he gets to the stage if he does. george bush was looked at as a cowboy, someone with domestic political experience. was light on the foreign policy side. he picked dick cheney, and that happened to be one of most consequential decisions of his campaign. and of the presidency. we're headed strong, effective vice presidential candidate who was good on the international
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stage but was also an effective lobbyist on capitol hill. if donald trump is picking somebody that has those skill sets are going to be important to him. >> sure. and you look at barack obama, barack obama didn't have any foreign experience, foreign policy experience, so he picked joe biden, boom, alliance right there. those are the pros. what would the cons be? >> well, he did actually say something that i agreed with yesterday which is that you have to pick someone who can step to the role of president and be a great president. i thought that that was the first thing and most important thing that anybody should say about picking a vice presidential nominee. but the downsides to picking someone from inside the political culture are obvious. we have this 35 to 40% of electorate who wants to send the message to washington. after eight years of obama, this quiet, feckless leadership, we want somebody who's big, bold,
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and not at all afraid of saying what's on his mind. trump has to have somebody with some of those qualities, so it doesn't take away from his obviously huge personality. >> sure. terry, give me one or two names of somebody who might be named. >> please. i could -- i like paul ryan. paul ryan volunteers for tough jobs. >> yeah. no kidding. >> absolutely. he's going to need somebody that really knows the congress. i could pick somebody like john thune, you know, who is a young member of the united states senate. you know what, steve, we're picking this thing three or four month early, you and i this morning. >> that's right. >> i don't think donald trump so sews up the nomination. i'm buying the hash tag # #weregoingtocleveland. these guys might not beat down trump, but they can slow him on the way to cleveland. we'll see. >> the guy who racks up
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hashtags, he's going to cleveland, terry, early on this friday. thank you very much. great analysis. >> thanks. have a good one. >> you bet. you, too. coming up, it's happening again. another one of america's heroes beaten and left for dead in washington. the latest on this brand-new investigation coming up next. the future belongs to the fast. and to help you accelerate, we've created a new company... one totally focused on what's next for your business. the true partnership where people,technology and ideas push everyone forward. accelerating innovation. accelerating transformation. accelerating next. hewlett packard enterprise.
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. 24 minutes after the hour. a fox news alert now. a kansas police officer being praised as a hero for taking down a gunman who went on a rampage inside his workplace. that officer has not been identified yet, was the first on the scene and shot the suspect. three people were killed, and 14 others wounded in the attack. the shooter's believed to be cedric ford, an employee at the plant. authorities say they're not related. another u.s. reason attacked in washington, d.c., corporal michael schroeder. he was walking home two weeks
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ago when he was hit from behind and dragged between two cars and robbed. a father and son found him. they called police. hours earlier that night, sergeant chris marquez was attacked at a mcdonald's. police say there's no link between those crimes. the blaming pilot error for u.s. airways aborted takeoff in 2014. remember this? crews in philadelphia did not put correct information into the flight computer, so warnings went off as the flight got ready to go. the pilot was forced to dip the plane down, slamming it to the runway, and bouncing it 15 feet. those are the headlines. back to you. all right. former policy center stage at last night's debate as we continue our week-long series "world on edge." investigative global hot spots that may impact our national security. today we're headed to europe. there are fears that up to 5,000-plus jihadi wannabes have
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returned to the region after being trained at terror camps. jillian turner, foss contributor from the white house security staff, member under presidents bushes and obama, here to talk about that. in europe they're extremely worried about this. is the cat out of the bag? >> it is. the new face of terrorism in europe now is radical islam. isis has made tremendous inroads into the e.u. this year. they have successfully executed major attacks in the heart of western cities like paris and brussels. they have set up weapons trafficking and money laundering rings inside the continent. they've also penetrated the waves of refugees from north africa and the middle east. >> and for perspective, those eating breakfast with your globe, you see western europe and see how close it is to the middle east and north africa through the mediterranean. you see the passageway. people desperate with children running for their lives. over 200,000 to 400,000 have been killed in and around the
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syrian area. look at what's happening in the countries. germany says 10,000 can come my way. hungary looked like the bad guys. they said nobody comes in here. now they look like the smart guys. >> well, the reality is that europe generally has been completely overwhelmed. these are just unprecedented numbers of refugees that are flowing in from the middle east and north africa. none of these countries are prepared to we'll do this. i think that the reality is that because of the loose border restriction, border laws inside the e.u., once these refugees arrive on e.u. soil, there's not much ability to track where they can go. they can go anywhere. >> in paris, marshal law still in place. we know about the "charlie hebdo" attacks, we know what happened last year in paris. they didn't go to the tourist areas. they went to places where the people who live there hang out and felt ultimately secure. and now they're trying to gut out areas in which they have situations where would-be, maybe wannabe terrorists have been ripped out by the root perhaps.
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then they look over to belgium and see a huge problem there. you say if you want to begin to solve this, look at nato. in what way? >> nato has a really big potential role to play here in helping to stem the tide of these, to police the waters, to help ensure the collective defense of the e.u., whether or not they step up to the plate is something that remains to be seen. over the coming years, nato is going to be focused on the south. the mediterranean looking to waves of refugees who are coming in. this is the new threat. >> let's come around full circle as you see the way different countries have handled it. what can we learn with candidates? do you feel made you feel as though they got it and understood the potential terror threat at home? >> well, i have to say that i'm completely not on board with the trump way of looking at the refugee crisis. i think that we can continue to accept refugees from countries in the united states and protect
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our national security. i don't think we have to choose our border patrol, law enforcement, and our military is the best in the world. so far, we've been really good at thwarting foreign terrorist attacks on u.s. soil. not a single successful one since 9/11. i've got a lot of trust and faith in their ability to screen these people. >> they did have san bernardino and -- >> those were more lone wolf-style attacks. people who were inspired by radical islamic ideology. not members of isis. >> they did train in pakistan, the woman, right? >> yes. what i mean is this was not a foreign terrorist operation. it was not planned and executed at isis headquarters. those were people acting more on their own. >> gillian turner, great insight about the threat at home and how it plays into the next president of the united states. appreciate you. >> thanks for having me. coming up straight ahead, one professor has predicted every presidential election since 1912 except one. this year he's got one candidate with a 97% chance of winning.
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hillary clinton appeared on the "steve harvey show" yesterday and preferred thin crust pizza to deep dish pizza. when asked what her favorite toppings are, hillary was like, i will release my favorite toppings when all the other candidates release their favorite toppings. >> we know how she looks her cheese. shredded. >> wow. >> we'll be here all week. wait, it's friday. >> next week. meanwhile, hillary clinton wasn't even at the republican debate but managed to have a bull's-eye on her back.
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fox. >> fox's political correspondent live in columbia, south carolina, with more on last night's biggest target. mike, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning to you. the democratic candidate, senator bernie sanders and hillary clinton, campaigning here in south carolina today ahead of tomorrow's primary. last night at that feisty gop debate, there was a lot of talk about the democrats including senator marco rubio saying they have a very different vision. >> the most powerful sendment in the hispanic community is the burning desire to leave your children off better than yourself. you can only do that through free enterprise. that's what we stand for. not socialism like bernie sanders and increasingly hillary clinton. >> there was also a great deal of jockeying among the republican candidates about who best to beat hillary clinton. for example, here's front-runner donald trump.
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>> look at hillary clinton, i beat her and beat her badly. and i -- i haven't even started 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. >> with republicans hungry to win back the white house, it is no surprise elect ability, who best to beat hillary clinton, is the center topic. back to you in new york. >> and mike, if republicans who are hungry to take back the white house, that's why every time you look at the screen you see a giant hot dog behind them. >> totally got in my head. >> thank you very much. >> thanks, mike. meanwhile, donald trump riding high after a big primary win. wins, i should say, three in a row, and a commanding performance last night at the debate. >> according to one political scientist, a professor, he said things are going to get better for the big-time businessman. >> the primary statistical model, accurately predicted almost every election going back to 1912, says that mr. trump has a 97-9 % chance of being
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president. here to explain is the professor himself, political science professor helmut northpass. thanks for being here. >> thank you very much for having me on. >> what's the formula? >> well, it's a formula that takes into account how the candidates do in primary elections. and it says essentially the candidate who does -- within the party that does better against the competition wins the general election. >> okay. and right now according to the statistical model, you say that the odds of donald trump winning are 97-99%. >> yes. against hillary clinton as the other candidate, yes. >> how do you figure that being that it's so early in the process? >> well, i've looked at elections in the past. and i've seen that the -- the new hampshire primary in particular is a very good predictionor of what happens -- predictor of what happens. in 2012 at this time, i predicted that barack obama
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would win re-election, and he did. i found this for several elections since 1996 ahead of time -- >> he was virtually running unopposed. >> yes, yes. that's a good sign. if you're a sitting president and you're running unopposed in the primaries, new hampshire already will tell you that. that you have no opposition, and that's almost a sure bet that you're going -- >> because so many people say this election is so much different than anything that we've seen in history, is there any -- do you have any doubts about your predictions this time around as accurate as they've bee been? >> i have to say that if you win the first two primaries, it's very -- and the other candidate and the other party does not, and if it's hillary clinton or bernie sanders, they did not -- it look like -- >> yeah -- >> we haven't seen it yet. it hasn't happened yet, but we have the polls. and i think that would typically tell you something about the outcome. >> sure. >> now, i will still look at some other primaries, super
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tuesday next week. and i will sort of factor that in, and that might change the likelihood, might make it a little less likely perhaps given how that turns out. >> one other factor probably going into super tuesday is the bandwagon effect. given that donald trump has won three already. >> yes. >> you know, more people going, maybe there's something about him i like, i'm going to invest myself in. >> absolutely. i think a lot of people believe that there's something like momentum in these primaries. and that you build up, you build up support, and i think it's -- it's very hard -- >> you missed one, it was al gore. he had the popular vote. you got that right. he did. >> i got the popular vote. i didn't control what happened in florida. so that's -- that's a little out of my range. >> right. and are you a trump supporter? >> i try when i make forecasts not to give any of my choices
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away. it's like the weather, okay. you like to predict good weather. it doesn't mean that if you see a storm coming you'd -- you would deny that. >> professor, thank you. >> thank you very much for having me. >> sit here for a second. we're going to watch the news. >> okay. all right. >> hi, heather. good morning to all of you. a 23-year-old man busted after posing as a high school student. police say that the ukrainian national changed his name to asher potts and enrolled in school in harrisburg, pennsylvania. he was a part of the rotc program and a member of the national honors society, as well. police say he hatched the plan after he overstayed his visa. a top government watchdog calling out the office of inspector general for dropping the ball on the expanding v.a. investigation. special counsel carolyn lerner accusing the v.a. not properly investigating a whistleblower's claims that a
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louisiana facility where thousands of veterans waited -- listen to this -- 15 months without care. 15 months. wow. here's something you don't see every day. a runaway unicorn? yep. a white pony named juliet dressed up for a birthday party. she ran for freedom. who can blame her? police chased that pony for hours as she darted in and out of traffic. that poor thing. she was finally captured, ran away again. three hours later in search of a rainbow. juliet was otherwise unharmed. >> that's a big hit. >> of course it would. >> thanks. >> do unicorns rent for more than just a standard pony? >> i have not looked into it. >> it can really cost you. thank you. >> hello. >> hello. coming up on this friday, it was one of the biggest moments of last night's debate. >> go on line and google it, donald trump polish workers. you'll see it. >> well, we did. did people listen? and the candidates had plenty to say about the apple privacy controversy.
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welcome back. apple's legal battle was a hot topic at the debate. here to separate fact from fiction is kurt the cyberguy. >> you know, it -- good morning. it is so surprising to me that this issue came out last night. it came out pretty big. >> why does that surprise you? i think everybody cares about this topic. >> everybody cares. what has happened is the spin doctors from both the fbi and also at apple have really got us thinking about their individual
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positions. what we're not getting to, and we need to, is understanding what this technology really is, and why it would or wouldn't be important -- >> you hear a lot of people siding with apple. they want to protect their phone, their privacy. it was interesting to see marco rubio and his take saying apple should comply with the order from the government. listen. >> apple said we're creating a back door to the encryption device. that's not accurate. the only thing they're asked to do, fbi made it clear, allow us to disable the self-destruct mode so we can guess with our own systems what the password of the killer was. i think they should comply. >> what do you say? >> unfortunately, senator rubio -- part of what he's saying in truth is true, but i can call a lot of it fiction. the reason is, really what the fbi, what we have learned is asking for not just what we all want to keep america safe. but what they also are asking
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for is not just one particular phone to unlock it, but they're asking apple as they have and it's been revealed at least 12 times since september very similar requests. and not to unlock a phone. the request comes down to stop what you're doing, put a bunch of engineer ins in -- engineers in a room and create a tool that forever busts a hole in the things we know are secure. >> governor kasich said that this issue here really lies with the president. listen -- >> the president of the united states should be convening a meeting, should have convened a meeting with apple and our security forces, and then you know what you do when you're the president? you lock the door. and you say you're not coming out until you reach an agreement that both gives the security people what they need and protects the rights of americans. >> do you know what? the smartest, bar none, smartest remark about this topic of any candidate to date, without any question, the governor has it right, you've got to get into a room. you've got to sit down.
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both parties, here's the dilemma. guess what -- the fbi's right. they need help. they've got to be able to keep us safe. at the same time, apple's right that we've got to keep this technology secure so that this doesn't run amok. and the worst case scenario that we've not yet gotten to is let's say that everybody's right, this happens, a court orders apple to make this thing. apple says, hey, look, other big bad guys can get hold of it, let me just introduce the next layer. the bad guys being china or not necessarily a friendly nation. what would happen if they got hold of this and then could suddenly access -- >> the argument -- >> millions of iphones of americans? that's something to think about. >> but those who are saying that the apple should comply with the government are saying apple's making it all that up. >> no. >> to protect their company, name, and -- >> apple deliberately moved in this direction as they do with every cycle of their software in a way that both the government is not being serviced in the way
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they used to be and having access. at the same time, this is a normal progression. they've got to get into a room. you've got governor kasich who's absolutely correct on this one. >> all right. we've got to leave it there. it was a huge topic last night. and it got heated, and the candidates passionate about talking about it. >> no doubt. when you follow me on facebook, we've got a discussion going with that. and a tool to show how your phone might be vulnerable. >> kurt the cyberguy, thanks for joining us. coming up, the next comment made the internet go bananas last night. >> the fruit salad of their life is what i will look at. >> clayton morris with the hilarious debate jokes next. the flu virus hits big.
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all right. well, the gloves came off at last last night's debate. >> think so? >> and donald trump donald trump found himself squarely the target and on the attacks. >> and what dominated the online conversation? >> for more, the guy who is touching mini. clayton morris. inadvertently. while we were watching television you were doing this thing called social media viewing. >> if you look at brand watch
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which measures favorability rating, people were saying positive comments about the candidates last night, number one was marco rubio. with the most positive react. >> the most green. >> yeah. down at the bottom, donald trump and then ben carson who didn't talk a lot last night. but overall once again donald trump dominated the twitter conversations. >> that could have been negative. >> could have been negative, love him or hate him. if you saw the brand watch numbers rubio was up, but 51% were talking about donald trump to 31% for marco rubio. >> rubio gave the audience an instruction. get out your smartphone and lab top and do some googling. >> he did it twice during this sound bite. watch. >> he was a terrible candidate. that's what i criticized mitt romney. >> i agree with one and i wish you would have, but in fact you did criticize him for using the term self-deportation.
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that's on the record, people can look it up online. i'm sure people are googling right now. you'll see $1 million for hiring illegal workers on one of the projects. >> did at it happen? >> when someone looks at the camera and says something -- you know the power of the camera. with your eyes. well, look at this. 300% increase in people who jumped on google last night to search for donald trump and his polish workers. of course, marco rubio mentioned the self-deportation line 1700% spike in self-deportation lines. >> you wonder if this is going to change anybody's mind and if they look up and fact check anything that donald trump says something and doesn't like something. >> is it too little, too late for marco rubio on these attack, drawing attention to whether he's a self-made man. these haven't come up before. >> but i noticed another line from ben carson. >> this is what you focused on. >> yeah. when ben carson made the comment and he said it will be the fruit salad of life is how he picks
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the supreme court justice. >> if you're hungry this morning or if you're not hungry this will make your more hungry. >> as president i would go through and look at what a person's life has been. what kind of judgments have they made, what kind of associations do they have? that will tell you more than an interview will tell you. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look like. >> that was brian's biggest take away. >> and the crowd roared. >> so then a meme immediately popped up, the fruit salad of life twitter account immediately sprung up. they started to tweet out, make america grape again. and ben carson the fruit salad people has been all over twitter last night as a result. the game -- if you know the fruit ninja game, one of the most popular game, you slice fruit with your finger. then of course john kasich the fruit ninja. >> it's hilarious. >> it is a typical reference --
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>> in the spin room, dr. ben carson explained it as a version in the bible by their fruit we will know them. so that's what he was talking about when he was talking about fruit salad. >> there you go. but people wanted to play fruit salad ninja with john kasich. i love the internet. >> thank you. >> it will be here for a while. >> thank you very much. remember the journalism professor out in missouri who tried to kick reporters out of that protest? >> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> all right. hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? i need some muscle over here. >> she needs some muscle over here. well, now she's in a whole lot of trouble. we'll tell you the latest coming up. >> i remember that one. a lot of people -- "sports illustrated" using models with curves and a former supermodel
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said it's not a good luck. uh-oh. >> google that one, clayton.
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on this stage tonight there are two descendants of cuban americans and an african-american. we are the party of diversity. not the democrats. >> we need jobs jobs, jobs. >> the fruit salad of their life is what i'll look like. >> if he hadn't interheretoed $200 million do you know where donald trump would be right now? >> first of all, he's a choke artist and he's a liar. >> if he builds the wall he'd use immigrant labor.
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>> 38 years ago, i guess there's a statue of limitations on lies. >> can somebody attack me please? >> you're going to ask somebody else a question? i know i'm good for ratings but that's ridiculous. >> his ratings are great. he's a powerful guy. he's a very nice guy. been on the couch. he took a beating last night. >> absolutely. donald trump in the center square and they were shooting from this side and from this side as well. john kasich pictured right there really didn't do much shooting at him. but ted cruz and marco rubio, look, super tuesday is a couple of days away. they had to make some hay? did they? for a recap, let's bring in john robe roberts. he was ringside at the university of houston and he join us from there right now. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning, eve,. i keep thinking of the fight analogies and rocky keeps coming in minds. mickey was whispering in rubio's ear, he doesn't want to win, he wants to bury you. ever since new hampshire, rubio has been trying to turn around the narrative he's too scripted,
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not spontaneous. very robotic. the robots were following him around new hampshire and in south carolina. on the campaign trail, he's been much more freewheeling and spontaneous. joking with the audience. making light of the fact he got dinged so badly in new hampshire for repeating himself and effectively transferring the label of repeater over to trump. >> you have many different plans, you'll have competition. have you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no, no, no. i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i saw you repeat five yourself five times four seconds ago. you'll make america great again. >> for his part, rubio hasn't gotten pinned down on poll zis. if he were to win the nomination, he wouldn't be in the box that he would have to back away if he's moving to the middle or the right. last night that whole idea
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became a liability as rubio tried to pin down trump on what his plans to replace obamacare are. >> i would absolutely get rid of obamacare. we'll have something much better. >> what is your plan? what is your plan on health care? you don't have a plan. >> when you get rid of the lines it brings in competition. so instead of having one insurance company taking care of new york or texas, you'll have many. they'll compete. it will be a beautiful thing. >> all right. but -- well, that's the only part of the plan? >> reporter: in a lot of exchanges trump gave as good as he got, particularly since he was being attacked on two fronts. no question, marco rubio had the debate of his life last night. the big question -- was it enough and does he have enough time to turn things around before super tuesday? because he's only really got two weeks to start winning some states or it could be all over for him. >> a lot of people after the debate, you talk about the performance of the moderators. you know, i don't know. i know a little bit about that.
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but i mean, with that particular exchange and marco rubio challenged donald trump, that's it? that's all your plan? there was some questions about the moderation of that debate and follow-up questions can be key. where was the follow-up? what specifically exactly is your plan? that question got lost. >> yeah, the question did get lost a little bit. i think it was difficult for the moderators to maintain as much control. i've known wolf blitzer for years, i think he did a great job in the last debate, but i think marco rubio and ted cruz were so intent on vigorously attacking trump they were going to steam roll the moderators no matter what. there was one point where one of the moderators jumped in and should have stayed out. fight it out for 30 seconds and i'll come back to you. >> let it breathe. >> having done this on one occasion back in 2008 it's a difficult thing to do. >> right. >> no question about that. >> particularly when they want to fight. >> exactly right. john, thank you very much.
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for my money and a couple of times i thought the moderators had completely lost control. because it was boom boom boom boom. >> we asked marco rubio we said, listen, congratulations, you came in second again. but that's not going to do -- time is running out. are you going to get more offensive about donald trump, he said no. he said i'll tell my story. he was either telling us not the truth or he changed his life. on the illegals that built the trump tower to trump university and the controversy that could happen in court in july, to his health care plan which doesn't have details, all of a sudden, marco rubio did his research and let it go on donald trump. >> well, if he didn't let go it last night, it might be too late. super tuesday -- >> days away. >> it could be too late. >> there was a targeted attack in the exchange between trump and marco rubio over hiring illegals. listen.
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>> you hired some workers from -- >> i'm the only one on the stage that hired people. you haven't hired anybody. >> in fact, some of the people -- >> by the way -- i've hired tens of thousands of people over my job. you have hired nobody. >> thousands of people -- from another country. >> credit cards and -- >> let me tell you -- >> you haven't hired -- >> he hired workers -- >> whoa. >> so we've played this during clayton's segment a few minutes ago where marco rubio said google donald trump and polish workers. so we looked it up this morning. i saw online it actually was from a lefty website where they picked up something from the mainstream media. what they're referring to is in the early '80s when they were destroying -- tearing down the bonnwit building to build the trump tower, they hired 200 poland immigrants off the books.
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many apparently illegal working for substandard wages. apparently the -- could have been unscrupulous contractor. that was not clear. because no records were kept. but -- so that is true. it sounds like they were illegal, however, marco rubio also said that trump paid $1 million fine. the lawsuit was settled in 1999. sealed. no record of a fine. workers did request $1 million, but it's not clear if they got it. so that part, a little gray. >> all right. so you are telling the truth on that. so that is the fact check -- >> the truth. >> and then hugh hewitt decided to challenge donald trump on -- remember this was the big news yesterday on releasing his tax return. trump went right at him and he said he will actually indeed release them. listen. >> mr. trump, a year ago you told me on my radio show the audio and the transcript are out on youtube, that you would release your tax returns.
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>> true. >> are you going back on your commitment? >> no, first of all, very few people listen to your radio show, that's the good news. let me tell you -- which happens to be true. check out the ratings. let me just tell you something. i want to release my tax returns but i can't release it while i'm under an audit. we're under a routine audit. i have had it for years, i get audited. obviously if i'm being audited i'm not going to release a return. as soon as the audit is done, i love it. >> so to mitt romney -- by the way, i thought this was a low blow on hugh hewitt. i thought it was great for him to keep his personality out of it, not fire back. and mitt romney tweeted out to donald trump what about the last four years that are still -- that are not being audited? can't you release them? #there are more hash tag bombshells or he'd release them. so mitt romney is doubling and tripling down on this. >> and some of the criticisms,
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why can't you release your tax returns in audit? there's nothing against that. >> i don't know. hugh hewitt not the only broadcaster he took a shot at. a question from the telemundo moderators he said, i don't believe anything that telemundo says. she was quoting a poll regarding the hispanic support of mr. trump. mr. trump also made headlines with an answer he gave to something that was said earlier in the day. first we'll play former mexican president vicente fox reacting with jorge reyes over on fusion yesterday to trump suggesting that he's going to build a wall in mexico -- and mexico is going to pay for it. here is fox followed by trump last night. >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> the wall just got ten feet taller. believe me. it's got ten feet taller. i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he used.
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i could only tell you 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, okay? >> wow. >> yeah. by him saying the wall got ten feet higher, a number of people say that was a gift to donald trump. >> right. >> not going to help with the tunnels because they tunnel in. i didn't mean to give it up. >> always something. what do you think? did it change your mind last night? keep in mind this is the tenth debate. how many people were actually watching last night? >> probably 14 million, 15 million. >> you think so? >> last one got 13 or 14 million and that was on a saturday night. i think this one is even more consequential because super tuesday is three days away and more states have a chance -- >> there's a conversation about debate fatigue and there's a large percentage of the electorate still undecided on who they'll vote for, making the
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debates more important. >> can we agree on this? we're setting records on turnouts and when people turn out, that shows you care and you're invested in the outcome. >> the turnout is on the republican side. the republicans seem more motivated. on the democratic side, not so many. if you look at the historic precedent set back in 2008. 7:11 in new york city. if you watched the debate last night, did it change your mind? e-mail us. >> if you are watching right now, you're tired. >> it's friday, take a nap later. meanwhile, coming up remember the journalism professor who pushed a student on camera at the university of missouri? she didn't like free speech apparently. >> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> all right. hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? i need some muscle over here. >> yeah, she needs some muscle over there. now she needs a whole lot more because she's in a whole bunch of trouble.
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a fox news alert. horror at the workplace. four people are dead this morning and more than a dozen others hurt in a shooting spree in kansas. >> yep, the gunman's bloody rampage coming to an end as the company -- at the company where he worked. >> now police have searching for a motive. wdas kathy quinn is live in hesston, kansas. good morning to you. >> reporter: all right, so we have no motive at this time. there's no clear motive, but what we know from the sheriff, he said there are some things that may have triggered this shooter to go on this rampage. as you mentioned, yes, excel industries, we do have confirmation that he was an employee here. we're waiting for confirmation on his name. later on there's a press conference. let's attack you through the time line of what happened. this all went down in 30 minutes. police got a call at 5:00
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yesterday evening, there was a shooting and apparently a man in a car believed to be the shooter shot at another man in a car. he shot at another woman, she was not hurt. then a few minutes later, a little ways down the road a second person was shot in the leg. his car was stolen. the shooter took that car, went to excel industries, into the parking lot and shot the next victim in the parking lot. then he went inside to excel industries and then started firing. he had an assault rifle. they said he had a pistol as held. he shoot -- there were 15 people shot, three dead. he was shot as well by a police officer. the first one on the scene. now, as you can imagine many people very upset about their loved ones inside. one woman learned that her husband who worked there was okay. >> how is your husband doing? because you were able the talk to him. >> yeah, i was able to talk to him. he said he's okay. he did say somebody next to him got shot. >> oh, my god! oh, my god. >> you can come in here.
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>> reporter: as you can imagine a very emotional time for many folks especially when their loved ones were inside. now, they have not released the name of the victims and they have not confirmed the shooter's name. we expect to learn that today during a news conference at 8:30. that's kansas city time. to give you an idea of where this is, hesston, kansas, we're about north of wichita. >> kathy, that was raw emotion, huh? that you caught on camera there. >> reporter: my gosh. a lot of emotion here in this small town. it's very tight knit. so as you can imagine these folks, very upset. they said the sheriff -- the sheriff said nothing like this is supposed to happen here, but it did happen here. >> all right. kathy quinn from our affiliate in kansas city with the very
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latest. i know exactly where that plant is because -- >> you're from -- >> it's between wichita and abilene. so i would drive by that place when i'd go home. terrible story. 19 minutes after the top of the hour on this friday. coming up, it's happened again. another one of america's heroes beaten and left for dead. the breaking details about that man coming up next. wow. it was one of the most talked about moments of the debate last night. >> if you build the wall the way he built trump towers he'd be using immigrant labor to do it. >> what did you think of that exchange? lee carter has the results.
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good morning. 23 minutes after the hour and a fox news alert to bring you right now. another u.s. marine attacked in washington, d.c. corporate michael schroeder was walking home when he was hit from behind and then dragged in between two cars and robbed. a father and son found him and they called the police. he is expected to recover. just days earlier, sergeant marquez was attacked. and the unarmed missile blasted off from california, headed for the south pacific islands and the military conduct the tests to send a message to russia and north korea. and 23-year-old man is busted after posing as a high school student. police say that artur samarin changed his name to asher potts and enrolled in high school in
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harrisburg, pennsylvania. he was part of the rotc program. no word on why he did that. sandra? let's head over to you. >> all right, heather, thank you. well, things are getting heated at the last gop debate before super tuesday but as the sparks flew, how did the candidates' message resonate with voters? lee carter from maslansky & partners put them to the dial test. so rubio went after trump on illegal workers. it was a huge moment. >> if you build the wall the way he built trump towers he'll be using illegal immigrant lake tore do it. . >> such a cute sound bite. >> not a sound bite. go online and going it. donald trump and polish workers. the trade deal, you'll be starting a trade war against your own ties and your own suits. why don't you -- >> they devalue the currency. >> make them in america.
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>> makes it -- well, you don't know anything about business. >> make them in america. >> in addition to this, the exchange, people are talking about the screamer in the background. what did you give that? >> we gave it with a "b." i expected rubio's performance to be dialed so much higher. it was back and forth. up and down. but rubio was so effective last night. he came out swinging. he was strong. he didn't back down. he punched through the punch. but here's the deal. problem with rubio is this he's not pulling in trump supporters. what he's going to do is those undecideds. there are so many of them between 25 and 50%, depending where you poll. it was a good night for marco rubio. >> the next is a rubio and trump exchange. this is on health care and repeating themselves. >> you have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no, i'm not repeating, no no
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no. i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i saw you repeat yourself five times four seconds ago. >> i watched -- i watched him melt down on the stage like i have never seen anybody. i thought he came out of a swimming pool. >> let's talk about your plan. >> every night he says five thing, everyone is dumb, he's going to make america great again, win, win, win. every night. >> i gave it a "c." some people were saying it's not presidential. it was ridiculous. i thought it was an amazing time for rubio. he went out, went right at the core of what everybody is saying about trump. i think something about this, forgetting the dialness when we talked to the voters afterward, what they said was this stuck. that rubio's strength stuck with them. again, i don't think he'll pull from trump but i think he had a great night for himself. >> all right. then trump and cruz going at it
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over who's doing better in the polls. listen. >> i'm beating him in virtual he every poll, i'm tied in texas by the way, which i shouldn't be and i think i'll do very well. but a poll came out a bloomberg poll i'm beating him so badly, it's so embarrassing for me to say i'm beating him that badly. 65% of the people don't like you, i just got 36% of the vote. i got 46% on another one of them. 38%. that means -- he got 20 and 22 and he lost in south carolina. that was going to be his strong hold. >> we love this about trump, you're losing, i'm winning. but you don't like it that much. >> no, it was a c-plus. it was the same old thing, i'm winning, i'm winning, i'm embarrassed for him. didn't do anything for trump. this wasn't one of his energizing moments. he has a lot of zingers that gets people question excited. but this was and one. >> was it a great debate?
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>> great debate. it was interesting. i think rubio came out on top of the debate. i think the losers here, carson and kasich. >> all right. we'll leave it there, lee carter. thank you. >> thank you. coming up, video you won't see in the mainstream media. a look at what cops go through every single day on the job. >> [ bleep ]. >> you listen to me, [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. i'm sorry. [ bleep ]. >> the video is eye opening. we will roll more of this tape next. and it's one of the most talked about moments from last night's debate. >> the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> all right. well, this morning, social media is going bananas over ben carson. we'll show you, next. 80% of women say a healthy lifestyle is a priority. but up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients
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here's a guy that buys a house for $179,000. he sells it to a lobbyist who's probably here for $380,000 and then legislation is passed. you tell me about this guy. this is what we're going to have as president? >> if he had inherited $200 million do you know where trump would be right now? selling watches in manhattan. >> no, no. that is so wrong. we'll work on that. i took $1 million and i turned it into $10 billion. >> okay. so there was the crossover talk there, but rubio's campaign is cashing in on the quip. if trump hadn't inherited $200 million he'd be selling watches in manhattan. look, you can buy a broken trump watch for $10 but it says -- the
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description says you won't actually get the broken trump watch but your $10 donation will help marco stop him. add to cart. >> i meant to look that up. i mean, we always heard this story that he had $2 million or $1 million inherited from his dad. >> got -- >> and of course you know a lot of people have the different advantages. donald trump worked extremely hard. his brothers didn't have the success that he had. he learned at his dad's -- by his dad's shoulder. but where's the $200 million figure from? >> wow. i have never seen that. and donald trump has been on the program and he said he started with $1 million. meanwhile, a lot of people didn't know the origin of ben carson's quip right here. he was asked about what would you look for in a person deciding a justice on the supreme court to replace antonin scalia and he said this. and then we'll explain. >> and as president, i would go through and i would look at what
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a person's life has been. what have they done in the past, what kind of judgments have they made, what kind of associations do they have. that will tell you a lot more than an interview will tell you. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> thank you, dr. carson. >> so funny, everyone just claps. okay, that sounds good. what does that mean? >> a lot of people didn't know. >> and it was a biblical reference. >> in the spin room he explained there's a verse in the bible that says by their fruits you will know them. so that is what dr. ben carson was talking about. >> that explains it. >> that might have been one of donald trump's favorite passages. he likes all of them. >> but nobody has explained who the screamer in the audience was. >> who was that? >> if you were watching -- [ screaming ] >> was that you? that was pretty good. >> that was a little masculine for this scream. >> but while marco rubio was talking many times you heard this. >> so you're going on the starting a trade war against your own ties and your own
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suits. i don't know anything about bankrupting companies. [ screaming ] i don't know -- >> if he hadn't inherited $200 million do you know where donald trump would be right now? selling watches in manhattan. [ screaming ] >> i don't know where -- it got personal as well, it was well researched but what about the person who got the ticket who was so happy to go to the debate. i can't believe i'm in the debate, and you're sitting next to the screamer and your ears and your eyes are screaming by the end. >> did you notice how somebody at cnn has some explaining to do. look at the image there, folks. you have marco rubio and donald trump and then ted cruz. >> it does look like a hot dog. >> like a giant hot dog behind them. looks like a regular weiner with a blue bun. >> what is a regular weiner? >> we asked for comments and chrissy said, that graphic was
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obviously a subliminal ad for the new burger king hot dog. >> you were stealing that too. >> i'm still waiting to taste it. >> the screamer the rubio screamer is howard dean. >> there you go! >> we're going to super tuesday! yeah! >> it must be friday. >> jack tweeted this. >> oh how much attention would carson have gotten if he didn't say fruit salad? nice. >> but what about the wiggles? they made it famous. fruit salad, fruit salad, remember? i couldn't get that song out of my head for six years. something about a man in a unitard singing fruit salad echoes in my head. >> amazing what you remember. >> seen the wiggles once you never forget. >> what do you think, did the debate change your mind? meanwhile, let's switch parties. >> hillary clinton looking back on the republican debate and
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managed to have a bull eyes on her back. >> mike emanuel is live right now in columbia, south carolina, with more on last night's biggest target -- hillary clinton. good morning, mike. >> reporter: steve, brian, sandra, good morning to you. you're making me hungry with the fruit salad talk, but republicans want to win back the white house so the issue of electability in november is a central theme. so they're focused on hillary clinton. clinton is campaigning here in south carolina ahead of tomorrow's democrat primary, but it was clear she was on the minds of folks like marco rubio who said the democrats are offering a very different vision. >> i'm going to tell you the most powerful sentiment in the hispanic community as it is in every immigrant community is the burning desire to leave your children better off yourself and you can only do through that free enterprise. that's what we stand for not
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like bernie sanders and hillary clinton. >> and trump said when he focuses on clinton he'll win. >> one other thing. hillary clinto at "usa today," take a look at the q poll. i beat her and i beat her badly. four weeks ago she said i was sexist and believe me her and bill had a rough weekend. >> reporter: getting feisty ahead of a critical super tuesday. bottom line, democrats have south carolina's primary tomorrow. before they move on to super tuesday. steve, brian, sandra? >> and the most amazing thing, it's governor kasich that currently does the best head to head with hillary clinton on the real clear advantage who is not expected to win any super tuesday states. i said that to impress you, did it work? >> yes. >> reporter: well done. >> thank you. all right. it's 22 minutes now before the top of the hour. there's other news other than the headlines in politics. and heather has got the
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headlines. >> yes, good morning. sandra, great to have you back with us. good morning. this is a look at our police officers that you will definitely not see in the mainstream media. the tampa police department giving us a look at the disrespect that our police officers face every single day through the lens of their body cameras. take a look. >> [ bleep ]. >> you listen to me. >> [ bleep ]. >> i do apologize. [ bleep ]. you're not a [ bleep ]. i'm sorry. >> yeah, it gets worse from that. that video on facebook says that 20% of police officers were assaulted in the line of duty in 2014 alone and more than 300 were injured. it then switches to happier scene showing offices what they do best -- helping people in the community. on this show, we show that a lot. well, remember the university of missouri journalism professor who pushed a student on camera? and then tried to get a student journalist kicked out of a protest on campus? that professor obviously didn't like free speech, remember this? >> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> all right.
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hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? i need some muscle over here. >> yeah, no free speech there. well, that professor, melissa click, has been fired after that confrontation during campus protests last fall. the board hold faculty to higher standards and she can appeal. and a lot applauded ashley graham as the newest swimsuit cover girl on "sports illustrated." let's slow this down. well, one former -- you're welcome. one former supermodel not happy with the choice. cheryl tiegs she's slamming graham's full figure saying she has a beautiful face but her waist size may be quote unhealthy in the long run. well, tiegs says that a waist should be smaller than 35 inches and that "sports illustrated" is
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here's guy who hired -- inherited $200 million. if he hadn't inherited $200 million do you know where trump would be? selling watches in manhattan. >> wow, donald trump getting hit on all sides with senators ted cruz and marco rubio teaming up at times to take down the front-runner. >> with days before super tuesday is it enough to stop the trump train? joining us is erick erickson, the author of the new book "you will be made to care." we should start with you don't like trump, you don't want him as the next president of the united states and you're kind of aligned with the establishment. they don't like him either and they're pretty much pulling out all the stops. >> yeah. it's funny to be aligned with the establishment after years of
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fighting with them. >> but the thing that made the tenth debate different from all the others, you had marco rubio ready to go and ready to be verified, surround by ted cruz. was it an effective one-two punch? >> i think it was in that it did throw donald trump off his game and rubio went after him on personality and cruz went after him on politics. you had the one-two punch coming. personality and politics on the other. >> we have sound bites to play. here's donald trump talking about ted cruz who was to his screen left. screen right. >> i got along with everybody. you don't get along with anybody. you don't have one republican senator backing you. you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people, you should be ashamed of yourself. >> when he makes that argument for the people who like donald trump, they like the outsider status. and it just reminds them he's part of the senate, even though
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according to mr. trump he does haven't any fans. nobody likes the senate right now. >> right. of course they don't like me because i have gone out there and stood up to me. they'd rather have you. >> and he could have said, hey, i have supporter s in the house. that could be to his advantage. i thought they were both really strong last night. in your book, there's something even in the title that tells you you should pay attention. it says, you will be made to care. the war on faith, family and your freedom to believe. in what way does that reflect the rise of trump? it seems -- trump seems to rise against what you're portraying. >> trump is rising because people feel under assault and they want someone to protect him and i feel he's the wrong vehicle for that. as they clash with secularism from the left, people of faith have to shut up, they're losing their jobs or their homes just
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for wanting to stand up on principle. >> because -- and to your point, people feel like nobody in washington listens to me. i'm getting trampled down. that's why we have seen the rise of the outsider this year. what's your suggestion on how to fix it? >> people have to surround themselves with like-minded believers to make sure they understand they're not alone. what the left -- >> where do you find them? >> your church, your local community. not online, but actually in your community. you have to surround yourself with people who agree with you. because the left wants to make sure that you think you're alone and no one else agrees with you. >> the brand-new book is called "you will be made to care, the war on faith, freedom and family." >> all right. we'll switch gears. the countdown to the oscars is on. which flicks are must see before the big night? kevin mccarthy will tell us what he picks. >> wait, "mad max" is back? and the beatles wanted to hold your hand in 1964. ♪
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getting ready for the biggest night of the year with hollywood's hottest celebrities set to be under the same roof in just two days. >> is that true, sandra? but before the oscars one of the must see tv -- movies. >> that's better. the founder of nerdtears, kevin mccarthy. he rented the tuxedo early this year. >> yeah. by the way i'll be wearing this amazing tuxedo on sunday with my fiancee lauren and dog, oscar. his name is oscar. so we'll be watching the show
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together on sunday. i'll be tweeting along with it. >> you just proved the point. you should be the founder of nerdtears you're at home doing that. let's talk about the big movies. you want to highlight the "the revenant," made by the company we work for. >> yeah. right now if you're looking at the best picture race, three films that could potentially win best picture. "the revenant," the big short. i'm predicting "the revenant." it won the dag award. "the revenant" right now does have that front-runner aspect to it but do not sell short "the big short" or "spotlight." it's a phenomenal film shot with all natural lighting, it does a great job of feeling like you're right there in the elements. tom hardy is fantastic as well. >> do i need to see that?
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>> it could win best picture. >> it's phenomenal. brutal, but phenomenal. >> just note it's not a real bear. okay, let's move on to "spotlight." tell us about this. >> this is probably the best journalism film since "all the president's men." "the revenant" won the dga but this won the sag award. and the academy, made up mostly of actors. this film is fully actor driven and an incredible script as well. this could potentially win best picture as well, but i'm picking "the revenant." just see "spotlight" it reminds us of how great journalism could be. >> and "mad max". >> i don't think the director will win, but what he did with the practical stunt effect it
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looks incredible. he took so many risks. a beautiful looking movie. ten oscar nominations, i don't think it will win best picture. that's my hope. i want it to win best picture on sunday night. >> and other films to see before the big event is "room" and "creed". >> "room" is nominated for best picture. it won't win. i think brie larson will win best actress. she locked herself in an apartment for a month to get pale. make sure you see "creed" as well. >> i go watch the movies after they win the awards. >> right. >> kevin -- >> by the way, i love eddie the eagle. go see it this weekend. it's such a beautiful and inspiring film. see it "eddie the eagle" it's phenomenal. >> passionate. >> kevin mccarthy wearing his
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sunday night already on a friday morning. thank you very much. >> thanks, kevin. >> give our best to your dog oscar. coming up, do you think unicorns are just in cartoons and fairy tales, think again. they're real apparently. the miss have -- the police have photographic evidence. >> have you seen what the former president of mexico is saying about donald trump's little wall idea? >> not going to pay [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> wait until you hear donald trump's response to that. and a good friend geraldo rivera is here to react as well. oh, he's napping. >> no, he's meditating. he's thinking about his appearance. ♪ ♪
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for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. >> i'm the only one who ever hired a person. >> did you say if you want people to die on the streets, if you don't support socialized health care you have no heart. >> i will not let people die on the streets if i'm president. >> what is your plan on health care? you don't have a problem -- >> when you get rid of the lines it brings in competition. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i watched you repeat yourself five seconds ago. >> how will you make them pay for the wall? >> i will and the wall just got ten feet taller. believe me. >> can somebody attack me please? >> oh. >> did you watch last night? it was thursday night fight night over on cnn, but you know ted cruz has got a lot on the line. he is trailing in the polls to
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donald trump. also marco rubio pretty much now or never they both have four days before super tuesday. so if they're going to punch donald trump in the nose, figuratively, literally, last night was the night. >> ben carson came off endlessly likable and governor kasich was fantastic. even though most of the emphasis is on the big three right in the middle. let's bring in fox news national correspondent john roberts. >> reporter: good morning to you. the famous texan boxer, tex cobb you screw up in tennis it's 15-0, you screw up in boxing it's rhymes with grass. so it is in politics. marco rubio got his rhymes with grass handed to him in new hampshire. and he was going to make sure absolutely sure that did not happen again last night. he also needed to hit trump hard if he hopes to win any states on super tuesday. watch this exchange over trump hiring immigrants instead of american workers. >> you've hired a significant
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number of other people from other countries to take jobs that americans could fill. you're the only one who has been fired for hiring people to work on your projects illegally. >> no, i'm the only one who hired people, period. you never hired people. >> if he hires people the way he hired people to work on trump tower they're illegal. >> such a cute sound bite. >> marco rubio is much more freewheeling and spontaneous than before. watch. >> you have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating him. >> no, i'm not repeating myself. no. i watched him repeat himself five times four weeks ago. >> i watched you repeat yourself five times four seconds ago. everyone is dumb. he'll make america great again. >> marco rubio is now officially
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tap dancing on a land mine, and donald trump is up and tweeting saying lightweight marco rubio was working hard last night. the problem is he is a choker, once a choker, always a choker. mr. meltdown. >> marco rubio he actually appeared on a morning show program this morning and called donald trump a con artist? >> let's watch. >> he hit -- he has doubled down, he has doubled down. no question about this. this is a clearly a new line of attack for marco rubio. he's pull nothing punches. let's watch what he said. >> donald, he minds everyone he's done very well in the early states. we're on the verge of having someone take over as a conartist. this is unreal. this guy is a con artist. he's making things up. no one holds him accountable. >> i think he's pulling any chance of being the running mate, am i right, john, if trump gets the nomination? >> i don't know about that. i mean, in politics it's a quay
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of making mortal enemies become friends again. but as donald trump said a couple of weeks ago, it has a way of making friends mortal enemies. that's the phase we're in. >> we saw marco rubio repeat himself with the con artist. that's the talking point he wants to get out. john roberts who has a lot of sass that rhymes with grass. >> is that what it is? >> sass or grass. >> but john has a lot of class. >> you know what, do you have any more? >> mass is sunday. >> there you go. >> good job. >> repeating yourself. >> you must have been good at the s.a.t.'s. well, the former mexican president vicente fox dropped the f-bomb while talking about mexico paying for trump's wall and trump used last night as an opportunity to fire back. >> i'm not going to pay for that
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[ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> the wall just got ten feet taller. believe me. it's got ten feet taller. saw him make that -- i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he used. i can only tell you if i would have even used 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. okay? >> we're going to talk to the great geraldo rivera. he's got an opinion about this. he'll be with us in a couple of minutes. of course last night's debate was down in texas where donald trump and texas senator ted cruz are pretty tight. meanwhile, you look ahead to march 15th, beware the ides of march and donald trump is actually beating according to the new quinnipiac poll that came out yesterday, donald trump is beating -- >> marco rubio. >> his favorite son there.
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that would be a problem for marco rubio if that poll holds true. >> right. see, that's not on a super tuesday, but a march 15th event. a lot can happen in 15 days. now ted cruz is in front overall in texas. a lot of people say that that is actually good news if -- for trump if ted cruz wins txz. he can't rationalize losing in his home state. if ted cruz wins on super tuesday texas this is still a three-man leadership horse race. but if he leaves there will be pressure on kasich and carson to leave and it will be a one-on-one. one-on-one is where trump may have a much harder time. >> i think the expectation is that ted cruz would win his home state of texas whereas the expectation is also marco rubio would win his home state of florida. the way it looks right now, and
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who knows, you know, these are just polls out there right now. but the only hard number we have got are the number of republican delegates that have been assigned so far. given what's happened in new hampshire, nevada and south carolina. and trump leads with 81 followed by as you can see about four back ted cruz and marco rubio and kasich and also carson. also keep in mind, you need 1,200 delegates to win the nomination. >> so much up for grabs on super tuesday. >> absolutely. >> 600 delegates. >> i was surprised talked about what happened at cent come that said we're not doing well against isis, but here is a look at what they said about an issue that matters the each and every one of this. >> i think they should comply with this. they're not asking for apple to create a back door to
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encryption. their brand is -- >> apple should comply with the court order and a search and seizure is reasonable if it has judicial authorization and probable cause. >> do you know what the problem has been? where's the president been? you sit down with the parties and get this worked out. you don't litigate this on the front page of "the new york times" where everybody in the world is reading about the dirty laundry out here. >> we should point out donald trump had a similar comment and in fact, right after the news broke, he was on our program to say really apple should do more to help the fbi. >> but i love what kasich said. where's the president? that's where the president's got to step up, not let his people do the fighting. same thing with snowden as he was leaking things out. when you talked about the leak for the nsa, the president was invisible. it was republicans like the guy we had on yesterday, general hayden, we need the nsa. here's why i believe that this
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is where -- we're on this side of the debate. but the president's m.i.a. no one would know that the president is on the side of the fbi. >> well, we the know his attorney general is on the side of the fbi because she actually runs it. it will be curious -- >> it's a great debate question to have. because as you saw, they do have very differing views. >> stark. >> on a very personal subject to a lot of us. >> here's why. everyone's got this whether it's a flip phone or an iphone or a galaxy. we all worry about our into personal security. >> but we also worry about another terrorist attack on u.s. soil which makes it more controversial. >> right. add into that, if the government is asking apple to create this new software that doesn't exist, and that way there would be an opportunity for somebody to break into your phone, do you ultimately -- do you trust the federal government? and a lot of people simply don't. >> right. but if you told me i need three apple executives to -- or engineers to go into the room and give us the answer to open up that phone, i trust them to do it. for those who say, well, i need my guys to work on my phones for
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my job, listen, your first obligation is to the country. we're not asking you to go to afghanistan. take a few guys, give them ten days, get the answers for the fbi. >> then further complicating all of this of course is judge napolitano told us on the couch yesterday this is going to go to the supreme court. there's a vacancy on the supreme court. and we're in an election year. >> but take -- but time the wasting. that phone as might as well go in the garbage with the time. >> the debate that america is having. meanwhile, the former president of mexico as you just heard had this to say about donald trump and the wall. >> i'm not going to pay for that [ bleep ] wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. >> whoa. >> that's right. >> geraldo rivera live to react. good morning. >> one of the hosts of "the view" says she'll leave america
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>> the wall just got ten feet taller. believe me. 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. >> well, that's not going to happen. here to react, somebody else who never apologizes, fox news senior -- no, he doesn't. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> thank you very much, geraldo. geraldo, would you awe free with many in the twitter verse what vicente fox said yesterday morning was a giant gift for trump? >> oh, definitely. it played to trump's base on the wall and the antagonistic relationship with mexico. i have to -- before i talk about vicente fox who many think was a failed president of mexico -- >> corrupt. >> that as well. just as a hispanic man, as a puerto rican american man to
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watch the historic nature of two cuban american sons of immigrants get up there and be fantastic in every regard and yet to hear them be so harsh, so punitive, absolutely so hard nosed on the question of immigration reform was so deflating to me. >> really? >> to watch maria seles from telemundo make the point that the republican needs 40% of the hispanic vote to win the presidency, i just think that it is such a historic moment and such a historic letdown. now to trump -- just real quick. to trump, i think that trump was the alpha male again. rubio and cruz scored points no doubt about it. they had some facts, and some embarrassing situations involving donald trump. but i think that trump stands head and shoulders above them. the only man on the stage who's
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actually created a job. sandra would love that. this is a real job creator and to hear the guys that never had a paying job in their life -- >> but geraldo, he talked over them during it, but it's weakness when you talk about kicking out 11 million people that you hire or getting visas which is in "the new york times," at the same time, create jobs. you're creating jobs for people that aren't americans or that are illegals and that's a vulnerability. >> i think that particular story is an embarrassment that donald trump has to deal with. my point, brian, is that in the big picture, this was the reasonable man on the stage. how is that? that this is the person who stands up there and says in an act i think of as unparalleled courage in american politics i am going to be neutral when it
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comes to israel and arabs surrounding nations. >> -- with israel -- that's an embarrassment. >> brian, do you want peace or do you want this deteriorating situation, this malignant situation to continue? he doesn't say i'm only on one side. he's a man who says -- don't you think -- >> 11th grade social studies kid would know the answer to that question. >> can anyone put the people in the room in the way that trump has negotiated? i'll give you this street, i'll give you that neighborhood. you can have that wall. nothing has worked so far. you can have that mosque. i think trump is the only one that can reasonably negotiate a deal in the middle east. >> you don't understand. the others are saying there's no deal. >> the history of the peace talks through there. you have to go there with the knowledge and the fundamental understanding. >> there was some attacks on hillary clinton last night -- >> in other news. >> yeah. this is important because of your background as a lawyer.
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cruz said that donald trump couldn't prosecute hillary because -- here's the sound from the evening last night, but can't prosecute her because of the things he has done with her. >> the corruption at the clinton foundation, the fact she had ceos and foreign companies giving her money while she was secretary of state, the next republican nominee needs to be able to make that case against hillary and if donald tried to do it, hillary would turn to donald and say, well, gosh, you gave $100,000 to the clinton foundation, i even went to your wedding. he can't prosecute against hillary and we can't risk another four years of these failed obama policies by nominating someone who loses to hillary clinton in november. >> did that attack work, geraldo? >> i'll get to that one point before i do, when trump says that that's a nasty guy who no one in the united states senate support, none of his colleagues and he says the other guy is a choke artist, to me that
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neutralizes any point they make, sandra, other than that. the legal point, can he as a person who's donated to the clinton foundation now prosecute the clinton foundation? first it assumes a crime has been committed. to bring a criminal prosecution, there is absolutely no legal bar to someone who has donated in innocence and not knowing of any of the nefarious goings on. no one is implying that donald trump knew the inner workings of the clinton foundation. he has as much standing as ted cruz as anyone else to bring a case against the clinton foundation if warranted. >> thank you, geraldo. >> i think it hurt him more that he said the best secretary of state. >> i just feel -- you will see it in the polls, i'm positive, that this absolutely did not affect the teflon don. >> we'll talk more about it on radio. >> i'll be there at 9:00. meanwhile, coming up -- one
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good morning. 24 minutes after the hour. back with some headlines and let's start with the fox news alert. a south carolina deputy shot overnight while on patrol. the suspect now dead after holing up in a home in north charleston. ten miles from the shooting scene an then turning the gun on himself. that deputy in serious condition right now. coming out of south carolina. plenty of new details emerging about the man accused in the deadly shooting rampage in kansas. police say this the suspect had just been served with a restraining order from a former girlfriend before that attack took place. three people were kill and 14 others were wounded. police haven't released the
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shooter's name yet. and actor tony burton has died. >> what's the matter with you? there is no tomorrow! >> so many people have loved his career. he was best known for playing the legendary trainer tony duke evers of "the rocky" series. he struggled with poor health. burton was 78 years old. sandra, let's head over to you and hannah. >> all right, thank you. well, our special collaboration with the roger ailes project continues, and i'm joined by harris faulkner to introduce us to a remarkable organization that's using the power of mentorship to change lives. good morning, harris. >> good morning, good to see you, co-host. you wouldn't know it by the name alone, but 100 black men of america is a force of thousands
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of successful people. they have been on a administration for more than a half a century. the organization has been opening doors of opportunity for young men of color and helping them find their purpose through the process. i sat down with the leaders to find out what makes this group so special. 100 black men was founded in harlem in 1963 by a handful of visionaries including former mayor david dinkins. they paved the way for a global organization. >> there's currently about 3,500 members. we are in 116 cities across the country. some of the islands and also in europe and in london. >> i had no idea when we started that we would achieve such heights. do such wonderful things. >> nationally, 100 black men of america is opening doors of opportunity for young men color, providing them with resources and training. and it provides direction for at-risk youth.
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>> if you look at the stats, most kids fall out in seventh grade or tenth grade. that transition to the years are critical. >> i've read you have a certain way of doing things. so what is is the mentoring the 100 way? >> being consistent, being focused. being there and solving not only academic problems but social problems as well. >> tell me about the mentors. who are these people? >> black men who are looking to give back, because there's someone in their history that took the time out for them that allowed them to grow and flourish. >> and define it. >> economically speaking we are the top leaders in each one of the industries. key decisionmakers. we influence policy. >> while all of the chapters follow the 100 way, they also have their own unique programs dedicated to tackling issues on their home front. the new york chapter established the eagle academy, a one of a kind all boys school.
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>> when we started to identify the values of the eagle academy at the heart of it is not education or leadership, but character development. what kind of person are you going to be? now we've passed the ten-year mark and so i call it eagle nation and the eagle nation now has values and has a following and alumni come back and give back to the young men. >> it's a great program. especially for those growing up without a father figure in their life. at first, i was struggling to keep my attitude in check. with the mentor he showed me my potential. >> the new york chapter awarded $100,000 in college scholarships just last year. >> i was on track to go to college. but my current situation didn't really look too bright. and once i got in here, i started to rethink what path i was choosing to take. >> what was it that really turned things around for you specifically? >> it was definitely seeing successful black men.
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it can be done. it can happen for you. especially because i know my roots and where i come from. i feel obligated to only keep progressing and not fall into being a statistic. >> united in their vision to mentor, educate and empower, 100 black men of america has changed hundreds of thousands of lives. what is kind of the thing that makes you so special? >> as a group, we have access. we have so much capital, we have relationships and we have the solutions to the problems. >> while leadership, while giving back through our example and through our sacrifice, that's what gives us the legitimacy in our community, to speak out on both sides of the equation and for public policy that will open doors to the future generations. >> those of us who have been privileged to achieve a little, we keep in mind that we have an obligation to help those who follow us. >> well, the work of the 100 as they're called is always in motion.
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just last week the new york chapter held its annual gala where they raised a half a million dollar in doe nations. it has been a very exciting month of february this year. again. showcasing some amazing individuals and organizations, we hope that we have left you inspired. check out all off our stories celebrating black history month. visit us on foxnews.com/ailes apprentice. it's our shared history of america. >> thank you for doing that, harris. >> such a journey. i loved sharing it with you. >> thank you, harris, see you at noon. >> amen. coming up next, rubio had a great night last night, but does it matter? anybody change their mind? we're going to ask the people. >> how many of you think trump wins t win the nomination?
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how many of you think trump is next president of the united states? >> frank luntz have more next. one of the hosts of "the view," she said she's going to leave american if a republican gets the nomination. who said it? stick around for that.
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house for $179,000, he sells it to a lobbyist who's probably here for $380,000 and then legislation is passed. you tell me about this guy. >> here's guy who inherited $200 million. if he hadn't inherited $200 million, do you know where donald trump would be right now? selling watches in manhattan. >> that is wrong, so wrong. i took $1 million and i turned it into $10 billion. >> oh, wow. it was heated and it was personal. the republican candidates didn't hold anything back at last night's debate. for the contenders they could not afford to hold anything back. but did this brutal battle sway voteris as we head into super tuesday? frank luntz polled the voters during the debate and he talks about their reaction and the reflection on the memorable moments. hi, frank. >> hey, we had 23 houston voters here. more than half of them had
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switched candidates over the last three weeks since iowa. when we walked out, only three of the 23 after watching two hours and 15 minutes, only three of them had switched which candidate that they supported. marco rubio according to our voters won the debate. and it was overwhelmingly that he won the debate. however, i believe that donald trump may well have won the nomination because he didn't change the public's mind set. >> here's a little of your focus group coming to the conclusion that you just talked about. >> shout out who won the debate. >> rubio. >> so how many of you walked in here supporting rubio? so that's a pretty strong victory, yet, what i don't understand is you have been talking about trump for the last ten minutes. why is donald trump dominating the conversation? >> he's the only one on the stage who accomplished anything. do we want to go with two freshmen senators? >> even though we like whoever
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we're wasting our votes and that's why we're angry. >> anger. and the anger is still there. >> by the way it's one of the reasons why momentary i'm going to be offering for sale these wonderful donald trump make america great america kicks. get a nice close-up there. for $59.95 call my cell which i won't give you. you can have the donald trump kicks. >> where'd you get them. >> if you ever wanted to walk on donald trump, this is your opportunity. >> oh, my gosh. you happen to put them on the most popular sneaker that's out there right now. frank, there was also this moment and it was a very defining moment for a lot of people last night. trump speaking -- directing this towards marco rubio saying i'm the only one up here who's hired anybody. listen. >> so what is it? the job of the president is not to hire people. i want to know is he going to create the environment and if he can, he can have my vote. >> one at a time.
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go ahead. >> rubio is a great orator. it was like student council president tonight, but didn't we just elect an orator twice in a row? how do you feel about that? >> watching that conversation in the last couple of debates donald trump has such an advantage because republicans do not want to elect somebody from washington, d.c., do not want to elect somebody from the establishments or make the mistakes made eight and four years ago and donald trump is the antithesis of mitt romney, he's the antithesis of barack obama. he's in such a strong position right now. i believe that based on voters ted cruz going to win texas, but trump is going to win the other super tuesday states. i don't think the ground has shifted significantly. i don't know how republicans stop donald trump, so it's about time to look at the general election. >> okay. >> wow. >> so trump train continues to roll on, according to frank
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luntz live from houston. thank you very much. >> thanks, frank. >> thank you. >> remember -- >> don't forget the shoes. >> absolutely. i'm going to need a left one too. you can't sell me just one shoe. >> the thing about the trump shoe, they're both right. >> that's very true. >> wow. >> they used to be left, but now both right. >> very good. >> you're so clever this morning. particularly -- >> i'll be here all weekend. >> all right, good morning, everybody. good morning to you. we have a fox news alert to start off right now. we learned that another one of our nation's heroes has been attacked and left for dead in washington, d.c. unbelievable. two weeks ago, corporal michael schroeder was walking home when he was hit from behind and robbed. he was badly injured. you can see this picture from his hospital bed. he is though expected to recover. more than $18,000 has been collected on a gofundme page to help him out. hours before that attack on the same day, sergeant chris marquez was jumped at a mcdonald's in washington. police said there's no link
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between the two crimes. a family is outraged after their 7-year-old son had an allergic reaction to a dog on a flight, but the child, not the dog, was kicked off that plane. an allegiant flight attendant first moved the family to the back of the plane and then asked them to get off the flight altogether. well, other passengers were seen clapping as the family left and listen to this. the family was on a special trip for the little boy's father who was sick. listen. >> that just made me sad when my dad who is dying of cancer and, um, that was really not nice. >> who were the people on the plane? unbelievable. there's a picture of the little boy and his father. well, southwest airlines heard about that flight. and is now sending that family to disney world. nice job, southwest.
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boy, what a bunch of creeps on that other plane. unreal. well, "the view," the co-host raven-symone said she's packing up and leaving america if this happens. listen. >> any republican gets nominated i'm moving to canada with my entire family. >> are you really? >> i already have my ticket. >> really? >> i literally bought my ticket, i swear. >> i'll figure it out. >> she's moving to canada if a republican is nominated. she's moving to canada for sure. bye-bye. she may say somebody misinterpreted her statement. >> and al sharpton said he'll leave if donald trump becomes president. >> that's different than saying if someone is nominated. >> she doesn't understand how it works. coming up, it was one of marco rubio's sharpest attacks last night. >> he hired workers from poland
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great tasting, heart healthy california walnuts. so simple. get the recipes at walnuts.org. the road to the election. last night's debate turned fiery with marco rubio taking of the gloves to hit donald trump with a very familiar line of attack. >> you have many different plans. you'll have competition. you'll have so many different plans. >> now he repeating himself. >> no i'm not repeating. no. >> he says five things everyone is dumb, he's going to make america great, we're going to win, win, win. >> senator rubio -- >> every night. same thing. >> okay. so will trump's showdown with marco rubio do any real damage to the front-runner or is it too
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late? fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. was watching. >> it was exciting and interesting but it may be too little too late for rubio and cruz going forward, steve doocy. you know, when you fight an invading force, you have to throw caution to the wind. and so with that performance, it was put in august or september, it may have been a different picture. we're a few days away from super tuesday. we're going to look at about half the delegates in that race and trump is leading at this point. so unless the republican establishment wants to pour $50 million into the airwaves between now and then, highlight the trump university and highlight the flip-flops on immigration and highlight illegal workers, all the other issues that marco rubio was talking about, then donald trump wins. >> right. >> they waited too long, and donald trump is bloody but unbowed as a result of that match last night. he stood in there like a
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champion. he didn't look like he was wilting. he didn't look like he was embarrassed or ashamed. he didn't look fretful or tired or upset or tearful. he said, okay, bring it on. he looked at his opponents with contempt and his supporters liked that. >> so i guess a lot of his supporters would probably say, well, i saw that guy right there, that donald trump, he looked presidential. one of the new york tabloids refers to him that way today. >> i think what you also see over the next few days is part of the legend of donald trump. that donald trump was picked on for 12 or 14 years by the federal government. they were auditing him because he said he was a strong christian or for some other reason or whether it was running for president. that he's misunderstood. that he's a hero to the little people. who he may not have understood in the past. that he's had a revelation. an epiphany in his life and he wants to do the most for the least in this country. not let people die in the
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streets. so that's a compelling story. that being said, rubio's performance was incredibly strong and good as a debate performance last night, and so was cruz. they were both very strong in terms of the lack of specifics on some of donald trump's programs. but that's part of the donald trump mystique at this point. >> the legend as you put it -- >> yeah. >> what's interesting when you ticked off the various things that marco rubio brought up and ted cruz as well, it's clearly in the opposition research information all along. but they waited until the 11th hour to unload it in an impactful way. >> because there's an full-on panic and a realization that the likelihood is that donald trump will in fact win the republican nomination. and so the decision was made to kind of sneak up on it, throw the kitchen sink at donald trump. it looked like world wrestling last night. the only thing missing was the turn buckle and the tag to bring
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one end against trump, while the other guy was resting and having a glass of water. it was that exciting and that interesting. but what it does for donald trump and he will say it, i predict it, this demonstrates the panic of the republican establishment. they don't want you to have the truth in washington. i donald trump stand for the truth. that will be the response this entire weekend. >> all right. let's see. super tuesday on tuesday. peter, thank you very much. meanwhile, coming up, it was one of marco rubio's sharpest attacks. this one. >> he hired workers from poe land. he had to pay $1 million -- >> wrong. that's wrong. >> one says it's right, one says it's wrong. we're going to fact check that coming up. but first to martha mccollum for a preview of happens in 11 minutes. >> was there a debate last night? >> on another channel so i didn't watch. >> there sure was. rock 'em sock 'em showdown as
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all right. lee carter joins us right now. so many things were happening last night. so many statements we decided to fact check some of them. right? >> yeah. it was all over the map. wasn't it? >> it was. >> first topic. cruz calls out trump on his health care plans. watch this. true or false? >> donald, true or false, you said the government should pay for everyone's health care? >> that's false.
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>> you never said that? >> i said it works in a couple of countries. >> but you never said on this stage that it will -- >> what is the truth, lee? >> it's true. he said it on the debate stage. >> from august -- >> everybody has to be covered. >> universal health care? >> i'm going to take care of everybody. >> who's going to pay for it? >> the government. >> as far as single payer it works in canada and works incredibly well in scotland. >> it's fascinating -- >> wow. >> he can say whatever and he gets away with it over and over again. >> well, in any debate you can't have an instant fact check unless they put the crawl on the screen. >> that's for sure. >> and marco rubio gave us instructions, go google this, where he was talking about illegals who built trump tower. >> he hired workers from poland and he had to pay $1 million in
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theme the judgment. >> that's wrong. >> you can look it up, going at it. look at trump and illegal workers. >> immediately everybody took to google to go look this up. >> this is particularly effective. go google it, check it out right now, do your own fact checking. it was true. the question that people had was the $1 million true, there's no record of $1 million -- >> so that's false? >> questionable. we don't know. but the fact that this happened is true. >> you're right, because apparently when they tore down the bonwit teller building over on fifth avenue, the contractor hired a bunch of people from poland. not in the country legally. mr. trump said he did not realize they were undocumented. >> that's right. >> all right. separating fact from fiction. >> exactly. >> meanwhile, it's one of the most talked about moments from last night's debate. >> fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> that's right.
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legalzoom. legal help is here. think of it as a seven seat for an action packed thriller. the fruit salad of their life is what i would look at. >> and what's he's referring to the supreme court justice and what he would go before he named a supreme court justice of the united states. the fruit salad of life, we tweeted what you thought it meant. >> fruit salad are as american as hot dogs and apple pie. >> also, make america grape again was one of the tweets.
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meanwhile, join us on monday, ainsley earhardt will be joining us as the permanent co-host here on the "fox & friends" program. there's brian -- >> i don't know why i can't stop smiling. >> it will be a fun monday. bill: thank you, everybody. five remaining republican candidates hit the stage before super tuesday. marco rubio and ted cruz threw everything they had at donald trump. but will it stick? bill: i used to pick out the orange slices and the cherries out of fruit salad. martha: good morning. i'm martha maccallum. enough with the fruit salad. there are a lot of arrows on that stage last night. cruz and rubio hoping to slow down the

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