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you're watching "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. hillary clinton sails to victory in south carolina but her opponent not backing down. >> this is a campaign of the people, by the people, and for the people. >> tomorrow this campaign goes national! we're going to compete for every vote in every is state. we're not taking anything and we're not taking anyone for granted. >> a landslide victory there but
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nothing compared to what's happening in the republican race for president as they turn their to us the to super tuesday. >> i watched this lightweight rubio, total lightweight. >> donald trump will never be the republican nominee. >> friends don't let friends vote for con artists. >> when did we get to the point in this country where we call these names. enough of this trash. >> are we a makes up for, of and by the people or up for, of and by the government. >> ask yourself who has stood up to washington. >> got a jam packed show. welcome into "fox & friends." >> thanks for having me. >> hello. >> so, we're talking about america's favorite reality show.
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presidential election. this has been very entertaining. >> crazy night for hillary clinton. bernie sanders not even showing up. >> she beat 0 out bernie sanders in the south carolina primary, dominating by nearly 50 points. >> in just about every category. clinton eyeing donald trump squarely focused on the general election saying she's running a national campaign. peter tooey live in columbia, south carolina with more. peter? >> reporter: african-american support is critical to democratic candidates that want to do well in a primary in south carolina. hillary clinton did better with african-americans yesterday than barack obama. when we listen to her victory speech it sounds she is well past south carolina and well past bernie sanders. her victory speech seemed to be looking for donald trump. >> despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again, america has never stopped
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being great. but, we do need to make america whole again. instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers. >> reporter: senator sanders was not in south carolina last night. democratic leaders told me some democrats were upset he wasn't around but continued to back him anyway. the sanders team may have seen the writing on the wall. they sent the candidate to texas, way ahead a big super tuesday prize and a chance for him to slow clinton down after her victories in nevada and south carolina. >> on super tuesday the state that's going to be voting for the most delegates is the great state of texas. and if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors and your co-workers, we are going to win here in texas.
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>> reporter: the "new york times" is reporting this morning that the sanders campaign is focusing their resources on these big super tuesday states that don't necessarily have the most delegates but give them the best chance of winning a state like minnesota, oklahoma or colorado because after yesterday it really does seem like hillary clinton is in the best position to do well in the south on super tuesday. back to you. >> bernie sanders issued a statement, didn't make a speech -- >> hillary clinton in her speech sounded like a general election candidate. she started really to go at trump or frame the campaign in that sense and really in some ways dismissing bernie sanders. >> institution a few short days away. 500 delegates up for grabs. proportionally handing out of delegates. donald trump heading in to super tuesday with a dominant lead over marco rubio as he's trying to hold on and senator ted cruz square something out in texas but right now this is donald
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trump's race to lose. eight of the states favorably in his column. >> marco rubio the big shift in his strategy. he's focusing on donald trump. we've heard the comments a s ane sniping back and forth. >> yesterday was day three of the back and forth between marco rubio and donald trump. make a look at yesterday's exchange. >> last night he was pretty calm after i punched him around a little bit. >> this guy has a fresh mouth. he's a very nasty guy. >> flying around on hair force one. >> thank god he has really large ears. >> he put out a picture of me having makeup put on me at the debate which is amazing to me that a guy with the worse spray tan in america is attacking me for putting on makeup. >> i watched this lightweight rubio, total lightweight, and little mouth on him, bing, bing.
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>> donald trump likes to sue people. he should sue whoever did that to his face. >> the last thing i am is a con man. >> marco rubio looks like he's ready to doe and hasn't done anything like this in the past few months. why no heading in to super tuesday? >> they feel they landed on the counter punch to donald trump that they haven't had for a long time. will it work? not sure. >> we asked donald on the show yesterday about tax returns. obviously we heard the news mitt romney saying there could be a bomb shell hiding in his tax returns. he was asked about it during the debate whether he would release his tax returns. he said he would wait because he was being audited. >> that process has been going on for 20 years. >> yesterday we asked him that question on the show because the irs has now said an audit doesn't matter you can release them. here was his response. >> when you're under audit, until the audit is done you
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don't release your returns because you're releasing something because who knows. you want them perfect. no lawyer would ever allow you to release a tax return while you're being audited. i've been audited for so many years it's actually a disgrace. and, you know, so until the audit is finished. >> no doubt donald trump who has made millions and billions has complicated tax returns. ted cruz felt there's more to it. a lot of candidates are seizing on this. this is what ted cruz had to say yesterday about donald trump's taxes. >> his defense for not releasing his tax returns he says gosh i'm being audited. okay. that's the reason to release your tax returns. so you're telling me a few months from now we may find out you're being charged with tax fraud. i'm not suggesting it. i'm saying release the tax returns and let the people see.
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>> i'm not suggesting it just throwing it out there. >> maybe there's fraud. >> cruz is thinking did he give donations to organizations that may not be favorable to certain voters. >> donald trump in debate after debate i gave money him to. i gave known him. the system is broken. >> republicans are saying if there's something in there that could be an undoing we need to know now before super tuesday or march 15th, some have -- veterans donations did he give as much as we thought he did. there's some things on the margins and that's what cruz and rubio are thinking about. >> everybody will be out there on tuesday. a lot of people are going out there. voter turnout is expected to be high. what will the weather be like. will it affect people -- >> you could have handled that.
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>> are we going to have any big storms. >> some storms on tuesday across the south. does it impact voter turnout. i want people to send that to me on twitter. the last couple of days the candidate that are out there canvassing the country weather is looking great. no big problems anywhere across the u.s. another system pulling into the pacific northwest not an area that any voting going on. take a look at temperature wise. incredibly warm. broke all kinds of records across the plains. we'll still remain warm tomorrow. tuesday is when you see the cold air come in and that's associated with this storm. these are the states where there's voting going on tuesday and right here is where we have this front coming in. eastern parts of texas and in through parts of oklahoma we'll be watching some storminess cutting in across parts of arkansas and by the evening hours maybe across western parts of tennessee. a little bit of severe weather possible. remember all the severe weather this week off those tornadoes. i don't think we're talking
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about that kind of severe weather but we could see maybe a tornado or two. not a huge threat. a little bit of threat of some severe weather and some storminess. >> eastern texas. is that a ted cruz stronghold, donald trump area. >> we'll have to bring somebody in. >> yeah. thanks, reich. let's get to some other headlines. we start with fox news alert. darks days of law enforcement. virginia officer killed in the line of duty. it was her first day on the job. prince william county officer ashley died after responding to a domestic dispute at a home near washington, d.c. the suspect opened fire on her and two other officers. the officer a marine corps reserve member was only 29. on friday her department tweeted this photo welcoming her and others. later this hour we'll have a live report on that terrible story. >> unrest in salt lake city as police clash with protesters
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after a teen was shot by a cop. it caused an anry reaction. the teen was only holding a broom stick. >> police said drop it once. then they shot him four times. we were trying to break it up before the police came. the police ran on foot and pulled their guns out already. they already had their guns. as soon as he was running, not even trying. >> city police had to help officers from three other departments, as angry people threw rocks at them. one officer and possibly second were involved in the shooting. the incident is being investigated. it is hollywood's biggest night tonight 88th academy awards kick off. stars are packing the red carpet. all eyes are on host chris rock who promises not to hold back on his monolog. he'll be addressing many things
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including the boycott. one outspoken critic is al sharpton leading a sermon about the controversy later on this morning in los angeles. >> this is an interesting story. >> let's turn to the sports world. peyton manning expected to hang up his cleats for good after 18 seasons. it's not a surprise after manning and the denver broncos defeated the panthers in super bowl. some good reporting coming out of woody hayes denver, colorado. going out on top. can't blame him. coming up here on the show murder mystery involving pope francis. pope's secretary found dead and the vatican is demanding answers. >> plus marco rubio changing his strategy in taking on donald trump. but will the personal attacks
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. the feud between donald trump and marco rubio heating up this weekend and sinking to a new level. bust will it have an impact on voters ahead of super tuesday. >> quite entertaining many people feel. "washington examiner" byron york is one of them. he's here to discuss all this. good to have you here. happy sunday. marco rubio obviously has had a major strategy shift. he's really focusing on donald trump doing the back and forth, your mama kind of thing. you think this is effective? is it too little too late? >> more than a strategy ship looks like a personality transplant. the question is if it will work. this has been very satisfying to
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rubio supporters. they feel he waited way too long to take on trump. trump is known for all sorts of personal insults as the other candidates. so does it work for rubio to do the same sort of thing, hey this guy wet his pants. look at his face. i just don't know. one thing that's interesting about this we don't know exactly now how the debate played out. thursday night. sunday morning. voting starts on tuesday morning. a lot of these super tuesday states have been voting already. there's been early voting for a couple of weeks before the election. so this is a real mystery. a huge gamble for rubio. on the other hand his strategist felt doing nothing was probably a bigger gamble. >> the rubio campaign is having to play the expectation game right now. they may not come in first in any of the tuesday states, maybe one, maybe two, but is there a way they cannot win, not come in
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first on super tuesday but still win, still create a path to the nomination? >> losing is losing. and the rubio campaign needs to win somewhere. they have issued these elaborate analysis of these delegate counts how they cannot win anything until much later in the race and still win or deny donald trump the majority of delegates he needs to win the nomination and go all the way to the convention. rubio needs to within his home state of florida and then he needs to win a bunch after that. so, you know, one little warning about super tuesday. we all say that it appears that trump is leading in all all the states maybe except cruz in texas. lot of these polls in these states are old. some are a month old. maybe two months old. so it's hard to tell exactly where the race is in some of these states. >> it is going to be interesting to see what folks are saying
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after that debate. thanks very much byron for joining us today. we appreciate it. have a good day. >> coming up a students suspended over emojis. does this qualify as legitimate threat? >> plus you heard of the oscars. what bullpen the stoposcars. ♪
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alert. dark day for law enforcement. a 29-year-old police officer brutally gunned down in virginia and it was her first day on the job. >> reporter: good morning. this is such a tragic and all around unexpected story. two days ago, ashley guindon was sworn in as a police officer in prince william county, virginia. the police department posted on its twitter page along with this now heartwrenching helps sag, welcome officer see convenient kendall and ashley guindon who were sworn in and begin their shift this weekend. be safe. a little more than 24 hours later the 29-year-old marine veteran and two other officers were responding to a domestic violence call in a nice suburban neighborhood with $500,000 homes when they came under fire. all three officers were hit and rushed to the hospital. ashley guindon later died from her injuries. the two other officers are still
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being treated. the chairman of the prince william county board of supervisors tells the associated press a woman was at the home or a woman at the home was also killed in the dispute before police arrived and that a child was there as well but was not injured. police have a suspect in custody. they have not identified who that is. but investigators are still trying to piece together just what led up to this shooting. >> still trying to learn about what led up to this, the timeline of the events that led up to the shooting. unfortunately the news of her passing has been hard and been something difficult to deal with. >> reporter: our local fox station here in d.c. tells us more than 100 patrol cars lined the streets this morning stand vigil and escort's ashley guindon's body to the medical examiner. the suspect is scheduled to appear in court tomorrow and facie ining several charges clu
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capital murder. >> as we approach the biggest night in hollywood, john stossel is take on this year's film and whether they accurately depict the hot button issues like capitalism and global warming. >> oscar time. time to celebrate movie. should we when they get so much wrong. >> we have our first genetically high brid. >> gmos aren't bad. steve jobs wasn't this evil. >> she's not my daughter. >> this year hollywood got some things right. >> john stossel what movies got his approval? he's joining us this morning. nice to see you, john. gets you going first thing in the morning. let's dive into which movies got it wrong this year. there's a lot of criticism. >> "jurassic world."
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living with nature means dying at age 30 or trying to kill a rabbit with a stick. you created a dinosaur. don't mess with nature. like gmos, create a killer dinosaur and it's man's fault. >> do we give hollywood any praise. >> absolutely. movie "joy" showed how hard it is to be an entrepreneur. pretty accurate job. all the obstacles she faces. "the martian" where nmatt damon says i'll solve this. >> who got your award this year for best north korean theme song. >> we have a clip that will explain that better than i can. >> this one is the actual north korean one. you see similarities in this clip? that's why the awards for best
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north korean style theme song by an american presidential candidate goes to donald trump. ♪ president donald trump to make america great ♪ >> he's going to just make it great. >> that's great. i love the mustache on the oscar. clinton might win the best dialect award and best changing die lect. >> we have that clip too. >> it changed people's lives so we can all grow together. >> but when she talks to a black audience. >> i don't feel no ways tired. i come too far from where i started from. >> and here's how she sounds in memphis. >> you know i didn't live too far away a long time just to cross the river. we have anybody from arkansas here tonight? >> i love the changing die lect. she wins that award. >> she will win the presidency
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later gator. lubriderm. your moisture matched. > ♪ thank you. >> hillary clinton's big win in south carolina she's already looking to the general election. watch. >> we've now gone through four early states and i want to congratulate senator sanders on running a great race. and tomorrow this campaign goes national! >> sounds like bernie sanders already dropped out. shouldn't she focus on the
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general election or focus on super tuesday first. nice to see you this morning. does that sound like a general election speech. should she be worried about super tuesday. >> she's well positioned heading in to super tuesday. a lot of southern states voting. that's her fire wall given the diversity for democrats there. she's well positioned. i do think bernie sanders can rack up some delegates in places like obviously his home state of vermont, massachusetts, maybe even colorado. >> look at these exit polls among black voters. 86% to 14%. remarkable turn out there in south carolina. >> sanders does not have a chance. it's a crushing blow for sanders. if you want to bring in colorado, minnesota, 445 super delegates she will get she's on
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her way to the nomination. she should be talking to the general. the way she's doing i want i disagree. gotten too personal too quickly. what she should be doing is concentrate on her message but she doesn't do that because she doesn't have much of a message. >> among black voters they thought she's trustworthy and they like her. but among white voters she didn't fare as well. why is that? >> some of it has to do with the way that south carolina is set up. you still have a democratic machine in south carolina and that's in african-american communities and her message plays very well to that machine. endorsements matter. i don't think it matters as much in latino community it doesn't matter as much because that vote is split. doesn't matter to white voters, higher educated voters. list goes on and on. i don't necessarily -- i don't believe that this is the rays is over. we've played this game before. it happened in '08. some states that have stark
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differences between obama and hillary clinton. they got close in nevada, got close in iowa. it's about delegates. >> is it possible that sanders could pull the obama card and go after delegates the ones that hillary clinton is ignoring in '08 and he's plugging and she looked over her shoulder and went senator obama has more delegates. >> much more difficult to repeat. bernie sanders will have really shaped this race dramatically. if you're thinking how she pivots to the general election she has to be able to balance some of the shifts that she made in the democratic primary into that general election. >> you talk about narrative, messaging. one thing that hillary clinton is talking about is going after banks and wall street. let's listen to this and see if it makes sense. >> if you cheat your employees, exploit your customers, pollute our environment or rip off the taxpayers we will hold you accountable. it's important that wall street never threaten main street again.
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no bank should be too big to fail. no executive too powerful to jail. >> of course all the money she's received from wall street does that jive. >> i think not. it's complete hypocrisy and sad. she's allowed bernie sanders push her to the left and be very negative for her in the general election. we'll have a nominee and donald trump will pull from the center. >> on super tuesday for the republicans. does anyone stand a chance against donald trump on super tuesday? >> no. i think ted cruz can win his home state of texas. >> maybe? >> if he doesn't he drops out. >> we looking at a trump coronation in march? >> he's winning the states. the person that does best in this race aside from trump is chris christie. he's going to come out the best of all candidates. >> rubio is second.
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set him up really well to be the nominee in the future. >> rub jobs cruz, scrambling. guys nice to see you. let's get it over to juliet for a look at what else we got. other news making headlines, mysterious death of pope francis' secretary. got the vatican calling for an investigation. the 34-year-old was found dead in other rome apartment. she was 7 months pregnant and suffered from diabetes which can be fatal. pope francis visited her body laying a dozen white roses next to her casket. >> ooh three emojis landing a teenager in hot water. she's charged with threats against middle school for a strange post made on instagram. court documents show the post had the word killing and meet me in the library tuesday followed by a gun, bomb and a knife emoji. search warrant shows the girl
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acknowledges she posted the message under another student's name. carnival cruise ship makes an impromptu sea rescue. they were on their way to mexico. they ran into migrants from cuba. the moment was caught waiting for the coast guard. and those are your headlines. let's get over to rick. he's outside in the freezing cold. >> not bad. better than yesterday. we have the big warm up coming across much of the east. yesterday was incredibly warm across the plains. we saw in north dakota the highest temperature ever in february recorded, 73 degrees in bismarck. you can see this morning 58 degrees in kansas city, 38 in minneapolis. those should be daytime highs. warmer than daytime highs in most cases. here's a look at today. picture stay cross the northeast
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down towards the mid-atlantic. beautiful day. warming up by 15 degrees compared to yesterday. go down across areas of southeast and southern plains we're looking at a spectacular day. little bit of cloud cover across east texas, light shower nothing that will cause any problems. towards the northern plains a little bit of snow moving through but i tell you what we'll be looking, pushing 60 degrees for a high today in and across chicago and place like indianapolis. out across areas of the west rain moves on shore. pacific northwest that's about the only big precipitation we have going on anywhere in the country. all right, guys, send it back to you inside. >> appreciate it. coming up, more bad news for the va. this time it's the agency's own inspector general in the hot seat for helping to cover up wait times. one of the whistle blowers who helped break the story joins us next.
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welcome back. 6:44 on the east coast. some quick headlines. yoko ono is back home after an overnight stay in a new york hospital. the 85-year-old widow of john lennon was rushed to the hospital and boycotted her own show and not getting it back. msnbc cutting ties with melissa harris perry. she sent an earn mail to co-workers criticizing the network's decision. >> we're going do this segment. more bad news for the va and this time it's the agency's own inspector general in the hot seat. a new watchdog report just revealed the ig ignored concerns from whistle blowers and may have even tried to cover up allegations of long wait times. joining us now with her reaction is va whistle blower and social worker at one of those
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hospitals, germane. viewers of "fox & friends" seen us cover so many reports of va covering things up. what you're saying with upwards of 15 months of a wait time at certain facilities, not only is the va covering up but the inspector general is covering it up. tell us about this. >> well, i think that's what's most disturbing. employees, whistle blowers go to the iog thinking it's a safe-haven for them to report wrongdoing and to find out that the iog is retaliating and whitewashing as the hospitals are is very disturbing and it's refreshing to see the office of special counsel come out, put it in black and white that these situations are happening. >> absolutely. speaking of black and white, so the special counsel put out a statement saying the ig, the inspector general tried to
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discredit the whistle blowers rather than reviewing the access to care issues identified by the whistle blowers. iog denies request to reveal a copy of the investigation reports. do you believe as a whistle blower yourself who has been involved in the va is there a culture of cover up going on from the va in collaboration with the office of inspector general? >> absolutely. the office of inspector general is investigating the va itself, the va iog. for example if an employee calls the hotline the iog hotline those calls are then directed to the director of the hospital to say how do you want to handle this? immediately the retaliation starts. there's not thorough investigations. >> we've heard so much about a wait list scandal, wait times, too much wait times, cover up. what you're saying is not a lot of that has changed. why hasn't it changed? why are wait times still
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persisting? why is the iog not investigating. you're on the front lines. you're a whistle blower. why two morse after this scandal was revealed why is nothing changing? >> well the problem i see it as the system itself is not veteran centric. the people, the front line employees are. so the system as a whole is not. so the wait times are not reflecting the veterans experience. that's troublesome. in the reports and the investigations nobody has looked into the customer satisfaction of the veteran, finding out specifically how long someone has had to wait for treatment. >> i'm going to ask you a quick question. afge has opposed efforts to hold officials accountable at the top of the va. you think va leadership should be held accountable, fired if they don't do their job? >> oh, yes. they need be held accountable.
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and i think the problem is when you have the iog who is supposed to be investigating these situations it doesn't help people who come forward to report fraud, waste and abuse. >> sure. >> that's problem. it takes a lot of courage. people know from the very beginning if you open your mouth in the va you can pretty much say good-bye to your career and that's disturbing. no employee should have to pick between what is right for a veteran and their well being and their career. >> amen. thank you for having the courage to stand up as a whistle blower and to continue to high like the problems of the va. so many fighting for the benefits they earned and you're helping them fight for it. hillary clinton's victory in south carolina already being overshadowed by her husband bill after he told a veteran to shut up. >> your wife is trying to cover it up. >> i'm not commander-in-chief
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there are deals you can get your lands on. travel and lifestyle expert francesca page with what is available. great to have you here. i love that -- we'll get deals. let's start with ski vacations. >> ski vacations. >> this time of year? >> absolutely. there's a lot of last-minute ski vacation deals. i would look look at mountain creek, new jersey. for $100, you can learn to ski, rent equipment, and ride the mountain all day. that's a good option. or you can look at somewhere like white face mountain in new york. >> i've been there. >> they have great hotels like the white face lounge. >> gorgeous. >> and great deals such as the midweek ski for free deal. you get two days worth of free skiing for two. that's a pretty good way to go. >> very nice. let's talk about europe. i just got back from venice. my favorite place. >> a great time to go before the flights rise toward the summer months.
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download an app like hopper travel. it will notify you when prices go down so you can book. also, hotels tend to be more reasonable in march compared with the summer months. >> you don't have the warm weather, but you can do all the sightseeing. >> you get spring days, so it is a good time to go. >> i love gambling from time to time. casinos, casino weekends are pretty affordable these days. >> absolutely. on the west coast, you have vegas. on the east coast we've got atlantic city, new jersey. the thing about casino towns is things, hotels tend to be cheaper. and there's other forms of entertainment other than gambling. there's a lot of resident acts going on. contrary to belief, you can have fun and not gamble. >> that's true. let's talk about alternate transportation. you were talking about trains and stuff? >> yeah. take a roadtrip. take a train trip. if you're in new york, take a train, take amtrak to boston for as little as $70 each way. you'll get clam chowder, have a good day or couple of days. >> do historic indict
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rubio, total lightweight. he has the largest ears i have seen. i've never seen any human being sweat like this guy. >> how can a person with the worst spray tan in america attack he? >> enough of this trash. i will beat donald trump in ohio. that beginning of a new day. >> i believe that donald trump's idea of dividing us up is a
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horrific, un-american idea. >> a spirit of awakening. that is sweeping this nation. >> are we a nation that is of, for, and by the people, or a nation that service, for, and by the government? >> we have to hold each other up, create the future that we want to make. welcome in to "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. that's -- >> sit back and watch. >> a taste of the craziness unfolding now in the presidential race. >> and donald trump is tweeting already. >> of course he is. >>'s active and calling marco rubio little marco. >> good stuff. and hillary won the south carolina primary by a landslide. already focusing her attention to the general election. we have so much to talk about. first, pete, welcome to the show. >> thanks. >> welcome in.
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>> thank you very much. good to be here. super tuesday a few days away. donald trump, it's his super tuesday to lose. texas one of the only states where it could be a toss-up for him. seems like senator ted cruz staking out the claim there. really, he could run the table across the board. might be neighbor -- maybe marco rubio in minnesota? >> if trump runs the table, he is the the stage. everyone is wondering how they shake out after that. ted cruz has to win texas. he wants to have a strong showing to continue march 15 when it becomes winner take all. marco rubio feels the same, maybe minnesota, maybe another state. if he can come in a strong second, he can make the case that it's a two-man racing. we're seeing that now, trump, rubio, trump, rubio. they want to create the impression. if they can do well on super tuesday, they'll continue. >> is it a good strategy, the shift that marco rubio is employing? he's going after donald trump,
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as you have heard there. definitely not pulling any punches. >> it's amazing to the guy with the worst spray tan in america is attacking me for putting on make-up. >> i will address little rubio. i see him starting to sweat. i have never seen anything like it. thank god he has really large ears. the biggest ears i've ever seen. they were protecting him. >> maybe it is that donald's not as rich as he says he is. donald trump had a $1 million court judgment against him for hiring illegal immigrants. to build trump tower. he put his nightmare it. maybe it should say "built by illegal immigrants." >> he likes to sue people. maybe he should sue whoever did that to his face. >> trump's a con man, a con man. i'm not a con man, folks.
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>> he refers to marco rubio as little marco rubio, the lightweight from florida. >> in states you look at texas, i'm fascinated with texas. that's a must might have win state for cruz. he was supposed to do well among evangelicals and came in third in south carolina and nevada. the evangelical stronghold up for grabs. he's got to do well. >> that's right. republican candidates trying to do what they can. rubio's going at trump with the back and forth on the -- the insult back and forth. cruz and others trying to see what sticks s. it the taxes? is it trump university? is it yoimts his building -- illegal immigrants on his building projects? >> so far the polls haven't changed. the question, will it have an tech? >> 82 delegates already. is it too late? you wait until they vote, now real delegates up for grabs. it wasn't just the summer where they were lobbing insults. >> it's not just the gop going after each other. hillary clinton beat out bernie sanders hard core in the south
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carolina primary. >> beat down. >> yeah. 50 points nearly. she's not holding back, saying she's taking it to the national level. >> clinton eyeing donald trump as the countdown to super tuesday continues. >> peter doocy is live with more. >> love it. you're right, hillary clinton had a great night in south carolina, especially with african-american voters. the exit polls show 86% of black voters in south carolina backed clinton who already sounds like she's looking passed bernie sanders and toward november. >> despite what you hear, we don't need to make make great again. america has never stopped being great. we need to make america whole again. instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers. >> reporter: the sanders spin this morning folks like this --
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sure, clinton won decisively in south carolina, but sanders won in new hampshire. the group thinks super tuesday results will be a better barometer of where the democratic party is heading. >> on super tuesday, the state that is going to be voting for the most delegates is the great state of texas. [ cheers ] >> if all of you come out to vote and you bring your friends and your neighbors and your co-workers, we are going to win here in texas. [ cheers ] >> reporter: the results and exit polls in south carolina show that clinton has a big edge in the south. so senator sanders may not even challenge her in this part of the country for very much longer. back to you. >> thanks. >> thanks. on the democratic side, a lot up for grabs. 865 delegates needed, will be awarded soirp eed super tuesday.
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2,383 will be -- >> i'm no math major, but that's about one-third. >> you look at the analysis wherever he could do well among stwats larger whiter populations. doing traditionally well. hillary clinton crushed among the black vote in south carolina. some of the southern states she could run the table. >> we'll see people voting. hopefully we won't have bad weather. we were talking about that earlier with rick. serious record-breaking numbers that could be coming out. >> they've had lower turnout on the democratic side. sort of enthusiasm no doubt. the contest that was a contest with bernie sanders, and he's had momentum, but enthusiasm is down, could be put to bed. hillary clinton could become the prohibitive favorite. >> to me the state to watch on the democratic side is virginia. her alignment with terry mcauliffe in virginia. whether or not she can deliver that overwhelmingly. if she doesn't do as well in
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virginia that could spell trouble going forward. and if bernie sanders is able to carve something out in virginia. on the republican side, 595 delegates at play on super tuesday. the republican nominee will need 1,237 in order to win. that's a good chunk. almost half of the delegates needed. important to remember, however, almost -- all of the states are proportionally given. the winner doesn't get all of the delegates. they get a proportion of them. that's why donald trump while ahead in so many polls won't necessarily run away with it if cruz and rubio show a good showing. they will bring home delegates, as well. >> people pointing to florida after that. then the states are winner take all. you go to florida, and if rubio doesn't do well in super tuesday, can he stand a chance in his home state where donald trump is up huge now? >> huge, huge. >> his own back yard. >> h-u-g-e. >> ted cruz may number texas if he can hold off -- >> his firewall, no doubt.
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>> maybe minnesota for marco rubio. he's been smart with his ground game among suburban homes in minnesota. but that is about it. speaking of regret which we were a few minutes ago, how is the weather going to look on tuesday? >> mostly good. there's one storm across the south. obviously so many of the states in the south voting. we have problems. the next couple of days, as candidates are out canvassing the states, things looking good. if you're going to any of the rallies, things are looking really good. no big precipitation anywhere. all the precipitation will be across the west, at least for today and tomorrow. tuesday, we see it going crew the plains. temperaturewise, we busted through the records in the plains. we'll have another warm day today and tomorrow. you see the cold air. that's what comes in by tuesday. and now we look at the states here where we've got voting going on tuesday. and this here is the front. we had severe weather this week. incredible tornadoes. i don't think we're talking about that kind of event. it's not the same setup as then.
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we will likely see severe weather. maybe strong winds right here across parts of arkansas and oklahoma. and late at night cutting across parts of the mississippi valley. you look at this, we have rain across east texas, parts of oklahoma and arkansas. by overnight, stretching in across areas of western parts of tennessee. a few states seeing some weather. i don't think it should be enough that's going to cause really any big impacts at the poll. >> that's good. >> thanks. let's get to other headlines. we start with a fox news alert. a dark day for law enforcement. a virginia police officer killed in the line of duty, her first day on the job. prince william county officer ashley guidon died after responding to a domestic dispute at a home near washington, d.c. the suspect opened fire on her and the other officers she was with before he was arrested. officer guindon, a marine corps reserve member, was only 29. her first day on the job. on friday, her department tweeted this photo welcoming her and some others to the force.
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in salt lake city, police clashing with protesters after a teen was shot by an officer. the shooting causing an angry reaction from witnesses. they say the teen was only holding a brmstick while fighting -- broomstick while fighting with an older man. witnesses said he didn't give the teen a chance to surrender. >> the police "drop it" once, then shot him four times. we were trying to break it up beverthe police came. the police ran -- before the police came. the police ran and pulled their gun already. they already had -- as soon as he was running, he was already grabbing for his gun. not even trying to tase him or anything. >> city police had help from officers from three other departments as angry people threw rocks at them. salt lake city police say one officer and possibly a second were involved in a shooting. the incident is still being investigated. and the 88th academy awards before those rich and talented people in hollywood are on the
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red carpet, dressed to the nines. all eyes chris rock, hosting. he promised not to hold back in his open monologue. he will no doubt address the boycott, the hash tag. al sharpton leading a sursermon about the controversy later this morning in los angeles. coming up next hour, hear from our buddy, kevin mccarthy. i love that guy. he'll give his top picks for tonight. the internet going crazy over a moment on the campaign trail between donald trump and chris christie. watch this. [. >> go home. it's over there. you go home. >> maybe christie's tired or something. the exchange caught on an open mike during christie's endorsement. listen one more time. >> get in the plane and go home. it's over there. you go home. >> okay. >> some say trump was kind of trying to get the guy to just bolt. others say he was being nice by letting christie go home to his
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family. you know, the weekend and everything -- >> was he pointing out that the plane is -- my plane, right? my private plane. here's my plane, you go home. >> you've done your thing, now go home. >> if trump watches, tweet us. what was going on behind the open mike? >> absolutely. >> we'll get to the bottom of it. >> lots of side conversations in the campaign. hillary's big south carolina win already being overshadowed by bubba after he told a veteran to shut up. >> your wife tried to cover it up. >> i'm not your commander in chief anymore, but if i were i would tell you to be more polite. >> is the former president becoming a liability to her campaign? democratic strategist joe trippy next. we've heard the same promise from countless liberal celebrities. >> my confession for this election is if any republican gets nominated, i'm going to move to canada with my entire family. >> are you really? >> they might get their wish. should they be shipped off to this remote island?
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donald trump heavily favored in a majority of super tuesday states. is his lead insurmountable? what will wednesday look like? >> joining with us a democrat perspective, fox news contributor and our friend joe doocy. nice to see you. >> good to be with you. >> let's dive in to super tuesday. we have -- excuse me, super tuesday first is where hillary clinton has focused.
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of course she came off a huge victory last night in south carolina where bernie sanders didn't even really show up down there. what do you make of the turnout among african-americans who came out for hillary clinton in south carolina? overwhelming. >> it was stunning. i always thoughts that she would do very well in south carolina and hold the african-american community, but not even in my wildest imagination did i think she'd be running the numbers she did there. that's huge and very bad news to use ai trumpism. bad news for bernie sanders, georgia, alabama, tennessee, are a lot -- look a lot more like south carolina than new hampshire do. he's going to have real problems holding on, and i think -- by the end of super tuesday or march 15th, somewhere in the next 10 to 15 days, it's going
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to be clear he's got no path to the nomination. >> from a democrat's perspective, looking at the republican race, what are you you've got donald trump and marco rubio, ted cruz, everybody going after each other. with super tuesday on the horizon, who's going to benefit from the back and forth, and do you see it changing outcome on tuesda tuesday? >> i think trump will benefited. the main reason is everything's so slow at the beginning of the process. iowa, new hampshire, we talk about it for a couple of years, then all of a sudden this freight train of states comes running at the candidates. the ones that most of the candidates that haven't performed until now, now spread more thin. a guy who's doing well, a person like donald trump, doing well everywhere. that makes it tough. rubio's got a path. cruz may have a path, but they've got to win their home states. i mean, rubio -- on tuesday, cruz has got to win texas, or it's over for him. rubio faces that same test on
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march 15th. in the meantime, rubio's got to stay alive just by getting into the fights with trump. trying to score some seconds in places like minnesota, massachusetts, wherever he can. he has a path, but it's a very narrow one to get there. >> you know this establishment well, you know the quiet talk in the hallways here. is the establishment trying to force cruz out, trying to get behind rubio? they've been pushing for rubio for so long, are they trying to force cruz out of the game? >> they're trying to force everyone out. they've been trying to get it to rubio for a while. neither kasich nor cruz are taking the bait. if cruz loses texas, i think there will be drem tremendous pressure to get out. the data and polls, it's not clear if any of the candidates
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facebook's head of recruiting explains what it's like to interview there. releasing some of the most daunting questions like there -- on your best day at work, what did you do? and chief of the news adrienne grandzella on how to answer some of the most difficult questions. good morning. >> good morning. >> interesting -- how do they
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come up with these types of questions from facebook? >> i actually love this question from facebook because i think it gives you as the jobseeker a chance to talk about what are you passionate about. companies today don't just want someone who can do the job. they want someone who's going to be excited to do the job. >> here's the thing -- i feel like sometimes you can answer a question, strange questions, but it could represent the way are you in real life but maybe not the way you act on the job. a lot of people can put it away at 5:00. >> that's true. i think that's why the questions that are nonstandard are being asked. >> like this here -- a brainteaser question. how many golf balls fit inside a limo? what does that tell you? >> i hate these questions, luckily they are only asked at tech companies for tech roles typically. this question tells an employer how you solve a problem. it's not about getting to the right answer. it's about seeing how you think, seeing how you ask questions, and seeing how you approach a
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problem. >> do you have the answer? >> i definitely do not. >> you'd have to open the sun roof, right, and pour them in. if you had the doors open, they would fall on to the street. >> you're helping someone get hired now. another question, where else are you interviewing? how do you answer that? >> this is a common one that trips people up. they think they have to be really honest. they think you can be -- i think you can be honest without giving away all of the places. >> why would you not tell all of the places? >> in some situations, you don't want to say that you're interviewing with a competitor, for example. it might not paint you in the best light. >> might it help if they know they have competing options? >> it might. >> other questions like how lucky are you and why? >> yeah. this is another of those questions. there's not a right answer to. they just want to see how you think, how you approach things. i think the most important thing is to stay positive.
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and not let it trip you up. >> some other tips, you say be honest and authentic. >> yes. >> they want to see the real you. >> they want to see the real you. you want to show the real you, right? you don't want to work somewhat weather that's not going to be a fit for you. >> is it all right to not answer, say i have no idea? >> if you're stumped, i think that can be not a bad answer. >> it's how you handle it. that's the point. >> and how do you bring your background into play? does experience help when you answer questions? >> absolutely. i think that's something that is really important to remember. if you can share a story about something you've done in your past, experience, that's a great way of employers to learn how you work on the job. >> the one time i was on the couch c congratulawith clayton, tip, tying everything to the company. that one time on "fox & friends" -- >> does it help them visualize you in that position? >> it does. it helps sell your experience. when you talk about the management style, you want to tie it back to -- and in this position, i would bring x, y, and z.
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help them see how you would fit into the position every day. >> how would you answer the golf ball question? >> i would ask for a pen and paper. i would say, send me a limo, and i'll figure it out. >> i would immediately through a number out and not get the job. >> like guessing the gumballs at the thing at the fair. >> thank you very much. appreciate your time. >> we want to know what the toughest questions are that you've had. send them to us on social media. you can e-mail them, frien friends @foxnews.com. coming up, a murder mystery with tries to pope francis. the pope's secretary, seven months pregnant, found dead. the vatican is demanding answers. details ahead. nascar gearing up to honor our fallen heroes. we're live with the owner of folds of honor and the flyover, next from atlanta. when cigarette cravings hit, all i can think about is getting relief.
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nova scotia -- >> she says nominated. she's out. >> a republican candidate. she's out-ski. >> a lot of others have lined up. here's nova scotia. they've been putting up signs saying, come on up if you want. they have a population of under a million people still up there. the second smallest province. anne of green gables. >> it would be amazing. you would have celebrities like rosie o'donnell. al sharpton. jon stewart, cher, samuel l. jackson -- cher said in a statement that she would go to jupiter, which -- >> even better. >> i don't know if she knows is a giant, gas giant uyou can't stand on jupiter, you fall through it. >> he launched a website, camp bretcontinu bretton. he trying to lure people to come all -- >> beautiful. it looks amazing. >> it looks incredibly boring.
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the google maps. it's green, nothing else. >> a densely populate d area -- beautiful. you can take a ferry and see where "anne of green gables" was shot. >> can you imagine whoopi goldberg frolicking through -- >> with her dreads flowing. >> raven symone. hollywood types running through daisies. >> there's not a lot going on. >> if you're -- send us your comments. what do you think? where should they go? nova scotia look great? >> instead of calling it new scotland, call it new hollywood. >> outstanding. >> maybe alec baldwin will jump on the bandwagon. >> send your name. let's get to other headlines, shall we? the mysterious death -- this is strange -- pope francis' secretary, miriam wooloo, has the vatican calling for an investigation. she's only 234 and was found dead in her apartment -- 34 and was found dead in her apartment. she was 34 but suffered from diabetes which can be fatal.
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pope francis laid a dozen white roses next to her casket. a hacker breaks into the university of california berkeley. that system holds social security and bank account numbers of 80,000 students, alumni, and employees. however, the university says there isn't any evidence that anyone accessed or used any of the information. this comes as they continue to patch a security flaw from a cyberattack in december. a 2-month-old snatched from her florida home found alive more than 200 miles away. armed intruders broke into a home in ft. lauderdale friday, kidnapping taraji camp, while her parents slept. a 17-hour manhunt ensued, ending more than 200 miles away. police found the infant in orlando. 23-year-old stephanie augustin being questioned as a person of interest. it's not clear what led authorities to orlando or what augustin's connection is to the child. and sometimes men will do anything for a pretty face.
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organization. the race brings attention to an organization that gives scholarships to military families of those killed or disabled while serving our country. joining us live from atlanta is the founder of folds of honor and former f-16 fighter pilot, major dan rooney. the two airmen who will fly over the race, always a great vent. lieutenant mike nash duniak and thor magnuson. i want that name. the 301st air force reserve fighter squadron. dan, thanks for joining us. tell us about the partnership and what you're up to today. >> what a great day in atlanta. these days you wake up and are proud to be an american. these fine fighter pilots are going to perform the flyover today which we know is a great american tradition. today it's about nascar and the patriotic fan base. people wave their flags, carry their bibles, drink their
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gentlemen? >> i am blessed to fly with these guys in the 301st fighter squadron. and i dream good being a fighter pilot, god had a little different vecter and brought them to our life. i can't think of a cooler thing than having 3901st as part of the race. the fly-by is anmazing tradition. it's inspiring. and nash next to me, what's it like to be the guy looking down on the fly-by? >> you know, if t's a great experience. i've been involved in several fly-bys. probably the most memorable was when i got to have my family in the stands, fly-bys in tampa. getting back in the stands and weaving through the crowd. everyone thanking me for my service. and it's just a great feeling to be able to represent my country. and also especially for my family at that time, to be there
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and to see that. and for my kids to give me a high five, a hug and say, dad, that was awesome. that was a great experience. i love to represent the air force, represent the military as a whole. just to be a good example and hopefully an inspiration to others out there. >> fantastic. thor to our left, tell me how it's possible technically when they end the most iconic song ever written in the history of the world, written by francis scott key and you come racing over today, how does that all happen? >> it starts with a singer of the national anthem, so at that time, over target, we need to be hitting that at brave. it's very important at that singer, who's leading into the singer starting and the reverend giving the prayer that those are on time. we're running, doing it -- not
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losing? >> fox contributor and author of "not all roads lead to heaven," pastor robert jeffries recently attended a trump rally. he's here to explain. thanks for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> tell us, evangelicals sick of losing on a lot of fronts. why is donald trump their natural home? >> i believe it's a lot bigger than what the article is suggesting. the fact is, i believe evangelicals have had a huge paradigm shift in what they're looking for in a candidate and government as a whole. you know, there was a bloomberg neil asks south carolinians, 72% of whom were evangelical christians, which candidate best represented their values. donald trump was at the bottom of the list. then they asked these same voters which candidate would be best to challenge the establishment, fix the economy, keep the nation safe, donald trump was at the top of the
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list. it's not that evangelicals have given up on their values, but they no longer believe that government can uphold the values especially after the same-sex marriage ruling lasts june. what they're doing is they're saying, let's let the church and individual christians uphold these principles that are important but let the government solve other problems, why they're open to a assembly e secular candidate like donald trump. >> you've angered some other evangelicals who say, look, pastor does not speak for me. i'm an evangelical, and there are other opinion pieces, one in the "the washington times" the other day, totally disagreeing with you. saying that donald trump doesn't pass the decency test and, therefore, look to ted cruz. doesn't ted cruz also take that anti-establishment lane? and therefore, also support the evangelical beliefs and values? >> i like ted ted cruz, he's spoken in our church before. he's a fine man and a fine candidate. i think this year, one of the considerations is people are
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looking for an outsider. they're sick and tired of a status quo which ronald reagan said is latin for the mess we're in. and for all the talk of being outsiders, the fact is ted cruz and marco rubio are still part of that insider group known as the u.s. senate, and i think that's why a lot of voters are gravitating toward somebody completely different and outside the system. >> absolutely. well, is it -- does it come down to political correctness? does it come down to religious conservatives believing that this government will stifle their speech if they don't have someone that will stand up for them and push back the political correctance that pushed them in a box? >> i think it's true. at the rally friday, i gave the prayer. then mr. trump asked me to come on stage. i didn't expect that. and to talk about a few things. i talked about the values that were important to evangelical christians. to be pro-life, but also to be pro-religious freedom. that is important us to. interestingly, after i stepped down, trump turned and said,
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pastor, i want you to hold me accountable for religious liberty, this is a very important issue to me. i'm going to be very happy to do that. i think it shows trump's commitment to religious liberty as well as the principle of clf are values important to all evangelical christians. >> will you officially endorse donald trump? >> i am a pastor and fox news contributor. i don't think it's proper for me to officially endorse. i've said very supportive things about mr. trump. >> thank you, pastor. >> appreciate it. >> thank you very much for joining us. appreciate it. >> thank you. remember the msnbc host who refused to show up to work? now the network is taking action. next, the story that will have you smiling all morning. watch. 911. >> i'm on avenue 12 now in madera, and there is a pony running down the road with like a unicorn thing on its nose. >> that's right. a runaway unicorn leads police
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welcome back. 7:53 on the east coast. earlier this week, a mythical creature caused quite a commotion in california. >> 911. >> i'm on avenue 12 right now in ma dare ra and there is a pony running down the road with like a unit corn thing on its nose. >> lady, it's a unicorn. that's why. the unicorn led cops on a police chase for nearly three hours. where did it come from? how did it break free?
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joining us now, the run away unicorn who has a gorgeous name and her owner sandra and tatum. good to have you guys here. tell us about juliette the unicorn. uh-oh. i don't think they can hear us. can you hear us? let's see if the unicorn will give us any answers. well, while they try to hook them up a little bit, julia is a white 600-pound shetland pony. can you hear me? >> i can hear you now. >> perfect. we were just talking about your beautiful unicorn named juliette and i love that name. tell us a little bit about juliette. >> juliette is about 20 years old. we don't know her exact date of birth but that is the date that the age that the vet gave us. we've had her for just over a year and we bought her as a pony
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for our daughter, and she kind of moon lights as a unicorn for my photography business. >> unfortunately, while you were doing a shoot, juliette got away. she needed to go and visit some of flerneds. tell us -- friends. tell us what happened. you heard that 911 call. people freaking out because they are seeing a unicorn running on the side of the highway. >> absolutely. it was very scary time. she ran and the more she -- the more we pursued her, the and th and unfortunately she got very close to a major road through the town of madera ranchos. it was a very scary time. >> tatum, i love your name by the way. you obviously love juliette very much. why would you not? what were you thinking when she escaped?
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were you concerned? >> yeah. >> well, simple, but to the point. i like that. so everything turned out okay. are you going to have juliette do more shoots like this or will you in more of a rustic area keeping her away from the freeways and highways? >> we do plan to do photo shoots with juliette. we have children who want photos with her. we are implementing some new rigorous safety protocols. >> probably a good idea. we don't want juliette -- >> no. >> we appreciate you joining us today. have a wonderful sunday. give juliette my love. >> we will. thank you so much for having us. >> we're going to check back
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granted. >> if you want someone who will stand up to washington, ask yourself who actually has stood up to washington. >> this is a campaign of the people, by the people, and for the people! ♪ ♪ there you have it. come on in to "fox & friends" on this sunday. the gloves are off. it's like watching a big title fight. big win for hillary clinton in south carolina. shifting focus to super tuesday and the general election, we have much more to talk about this morning. pete is here. juliette is in as well. >> thank you very much. it's like watching a reality show. it's quite entertaining. >> if you watch -- holy smokes, out of the super tuesday states. eight of ten, donald trump
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leading. he's up by 18 points right now over marco rubio. >> this is precipitated by the fact that donald trump is the clear frontrunner. it looks like he will carry the day if it stays as it is. a guy like marco rubio has to feel he has to come in a strong second. ted cruz is focused on texas. he's down there saying i got to win texas and maintain texas and stay in this race. it's a two-man race, two-man race when you see the back and forth. >> rubio is changing strategy. is it going to help him? all of a sudden now he's really going just right -- nose-to-nose with donald trump, you know, do people like it? will his supporters like it? will he get any sway from others? >> this is the back and forth. he said marco rubio has had a personality transplant. he's a totally different person. him and ted cruz and donald
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trump. >> it's an amazing to me that the man with the worst spray tan is attacking me is wearing make-up. >> i'm seeing her starting to sweat. thank god he has really large years because they were protecting him. >> maybe it is that donald trump is not as rich as he said he is. donald trump had a $1 million court judgment against him for hiring illegal immigrants to build trump tower. he put his name on it. >> donald trump likes to sue people. he should do that is sue whoever did that to his face. >> trump is a con man. >> it's ears, spray tans. at the heart of all this, what we talked about robert jeffers,
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the eadvantage gel i cal -- evangelical vote, i received tweets, i was a cruz supporter but all cruz ever did was ask me for money so now i'm a trump supporter. >> supporters of each campaign clinging to the hope that ted cruz could do it and marco rubio do it with donald trump having such an overwhelming lead. what is marco rubio's path? >> losing is losing. the rubio campaign needs to win somewhere. they have issued these elaborate analyses. they can deny donald trump the majority of delegates he needs to win the nomination, go all the way to the convention. the fact is rubio needs to start winning somewhere, certainly needs to win his home state of florida, and then he needs to
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win a bunch after that. >> maybe they are hoping for a bombshell surprise like mitt romney saying is there might be a bombshell in trump's tax returns. maybe they are hoping for some kind of technicality where he would be like last minute a referee is going to step in with a flag and flow it. >> he talked about rubio having to win florida. that's a winner-take-all state. >> hillary clinton got a lot of support down in south carolina. now she's focusing on the gop. she really came up big, beating bernie sanders by 50 points. now she's setting her sights on someone else who is in the target of a lot of folks running for president. listen, what watch. >> despite what you hear, we
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don't need to make america great again. america hasn't stopped being great. we need to make america whole again. instead of building walls, we need to be tearing down barriers. >> i watched that speech last night. hillary clinton doesn't say things by accident. she's identified making america whole again as a target. she talk about kindness, quite ironic for them to be talking about kindness on the clinton campaign. >> it doesn't look good for bernie sanders. the black vote was overwhelming for hillary clinton. huge block of delegates on super tuesday. if she does a clean sweep there, ves very little movement there at all. >> hillary clinton campaign, something about the race, but they are pointing their fire more or less at donald trump, the frontrunner instead of bernie sanders. a big win in a state they field
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feel like they are on a glide path. >> voters are expected to come out in force on super tuesday. we wonder if the weather will affect that at all. >> maybe in a sled. >> think about we had the big blizzard the day after iowa, a big snowstorm the day before new hampshire. there's been a lot of impacts. there is a storm across parts of the south. weekend today and tomorrow, the final days of campaigning here, things could not really look any better across the country. temperatures incredibly warm. feeling like spring across the plains. no real big precipitation except across areas of the pacific northwest where there's no voting going on. temperature wise, another beautiful day. breaking records again. tomorrow the same story. it's voting day here, where you see the cooler air coming in. we have a cold front stretching across parts of the midwest and across the south. take a look at the states with voting on tuesday. tuesday morning, you see rain across parts of oklahoma, then we'll see rain throughout the
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afternoon spread into east texas and into arkansas and by the nighttime hours, in across the areas of western tennessee and we could see a little bit of severe weather. not the severe weather we saw last week, but nonetheless severe weather, certainly strong winds, possibly an isolated tornado. certainly some downpours. none of this is enough to cause any real big problems for voter turnout. if they want to vote, they will be able to p vote. >> thank you. to other news. we start with a fox news alert. a dark day for law enforcement. a virginia police officer killed in the line of duty. it was her first day on the job. prince william ashley quinnsy died after the suspect opened fire on her and other officers. she is a marine corps reserve manner. on friday, they tweeted this photo, welcoming her and others
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to the force. and authorities have nowhere to turn in their search for a florida surfer who went missing in the dominican republic. darrel fornatora was last heard from a month ago. his return ticket was not issued. he has vanished. they don't have any leads. remember clock boy? akmet mohammed. his family moved to qatar after he was arrested at school because his science project looked like a bomb. his urban texas school district now suing the state for being forced to release a letter from the department of justice about the racial discrimination probe. if that letter is released, the family may be able to sue for racial discrimination. he was suspended but invited to visit president obama at the white house. and the msnbc host who
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boycotted her own show doesn't have a show anymore. the network announcing it plans to cut ties with melissa harris-perry. >> this is what happens when you bad mouth your bosses and whine about it. >> she wrote a email to her qoerkers. she refused to host her show after the network preempted her show for political coverage. i'm not a token, she says. or a little brown bobblehead. >> she's not part of our political coverage usually. she actually teaches classes at school. we're preempting her show because of the primary. >> my coffee is not hot. i'm walking off the stage. i'm out of here. >> just send an email to the bosses. coming up, marco rubio, ted
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months from now we may find out that you are being charged with tax fraud? >> i'm not going to stand by and watch the conservative movement be taken over by someone who is not a conservative, by someone who is couldn'ting us, my parents didn't raise me that way but i use strong words because i feel passionate about it. i believe there were americans being fooled by this guy. >> when you are under audit, you don't release your returns. you want to get them exactly perfect. >> the tax question, candidates marco rubio, ted cruz put be pressure on donald trump's tax returns. here to raek, the host of fox news sunday, our own chris wallace. great to have you this morning. you've got a fantastic show today. what do you make this about back-and-forth about tax returns? >> the rubio and cruz camps are
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desperate at this point. trump has won three in a row. he looks like he's going to have a very good day on super tuesday. they are trying to find something, anything to try to bring him down and the fact that he's refusing to release his tax returns, now, they didn't release their tax returns. they just released the first two pages, as you say, kind of a summary, but the fact that they have released something and he hasn't, they hope will have some effect in term of what trump is going to do, i'm going to be able to ask him at the top of the hour because we're going to talk to him live. we're also going to talk to ted cruz and marco rubio, so we'll hear from the whole gang at the top of fox news sunday. >> i was curious about the taxes. you remember all the hub bub over mitt romney's taxes. do these things ever really matter in the end? >> oh, i think it does in the sense that i think it hurt mitt romney back in 2012, first he resisted releasing his latest returns and when he did, it turned out that he had paid an effective rate of about 15%
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which obviously is lower than a lot of other people, certainly people that are much richer than mitt romney. the one difference between romney and trump is romney seems a little embarrassed by his wealth, as if he had to apologize it. trump basically brags about his wealth. >> he gives helicopter rides to children. he doesn't care. >> i'm make it clear, i pay as low a tax rate as i possibly can and, let's be honest, you know, you show me somebody who has paid more in taxes than he had to pay legally that will be the first person i ever met who did it. there's a lot of things that could come out. how much did he tribute to charity? does he make as much he says he did? does he donate to organizations such as planned parenthood? >> the tanning comments and all
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this stuff, you've been doing this a long time. have you ever seen -- >> that's a compliment. >> i meant that as a compliment. >> since the polk administration. >> have you seen -- can you believe what we're seeing here now with this race for president? >> yeah, i can believe it. here's the real question i have, juliette. why did they wait so long? they have waited until trump is in such a commanding position. he's won three primaries in a row. if he does well, as well as he is expected to do in the polls at at least on super tuesday, he could have a really firm grip on this nomination. none of this stuff that rubio is bringing up is new. the polish workers at trump tower or trump university, that's been in their research files for years, it's a question i'm going to ask marco rubio at
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the top of the hour, why did you wait so long and in effect did you commit political malpractice for waiting until trump got into this commanding position? >> they are surrounded by sychophants and they are telling them things. >> they thought he would go away. but that would be a fair excuse last summer but as trump has continued and in fact has flourished as we've gone into the fall and winter and now into the primaries, we're at the end of february. they have done vicious attack ads against mitt romney long before this stage in 2012. why did they wait so long in 2016? >> how early the swift voting came in over the summer for john kerry. >> you've got fox news sunday
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with donald trump, marco rubio, ted cruz. >> huge show. he gets to ask all the questions everyone wants to ask. is donald trump already giving chris christie the cold shoulder? >> go home. >> the campaign moment going viral this morning. >> we are just hours away from hollywood's biggest night. the academy awards. who will take home the top awards tonight? our good friend kevin mccarthey is here. >> there he is. >> his predictions are next. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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disney world theme parks. expect to pay $105 and $124 on weekends now depending if it's a peak time of year. >> how do you afford that? >> good question. get ready, apple lovers. a new iphone could debut next month. reports say the long-rumored iphone is coming on march 21st. it's part of a three-phone lineup. you have the six plus, the smaller six and the smaller screen, the mini. the next generation ipad is also expected to debut. the ipad air 3. the debut date is one day before the fbi court hearing. all right. let's talk about happy things, shall we? it's the biggest red carpet event of the year, a few hours from now, hollywood's hottest names will be under one roof. before the oscars can start, let's do a little prediction. let's talk to fox news contributor kevin mccarthey.
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>> good morning to you guys. thanks for having me on. it's the super bowl of movies. i'm excited. you say this is a happy story. i'm very unhappy and clayton will agree with me that "star wars" is not nominated for best picture this year. >> no one was listening to me. >> i'm very upset about this. >> it broke box office records. 93%, 94% on rotten tomatoes. what's your prediction for best picture? >> this year is very tough. i actually like it's hard to predict. this year, it's between three films it's going to come doubt "the big short," the revenant and "spotlight" by tom mccarthey. these threes could win. the directors guild award went to the director and took the golden globe for drama. "spotlight" took the screen
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actors guild and "the big short" surprised everybody and took the producers award. my ultimate prediction is "the revenant" shot with all natural lighting. shot by emanuel lubeski. he won for gravity as well as birdman. >> inside those films, you got to have an actor and actress. who do you have for best actor? >> best actor is a complete lock. i think dicaprio will take home this award. "mad max" should win best picture but i think ""the revenant will take it. he's never won an oscar. i think this year he will take home a best actor award at the academy awards. he's amazing in "the rev nat" he ate raw bison liver while
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shooting this movie. >> he'ses incredibly versatile. >> actress? >> i think actress will go to bree larson. in real life, she locked herself in her home for a month so she can get pale for the role. it's a phenomenal film. i think it's really upsetting that jacob tremblay was not nominated this year at the oscars. she will win tonight. brie larson for room. >> i'm excited as a philadelphia boy. i would like to see sylvester stallone come back full circle and win an award for best poerting actor for "rocky". >> he lost to peter finch in 1977 from "network" now many
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>> ready to go home. you go home. get on the plane and go home. you go home. >> twice. you got to look at it. the exchange caught on an open mike. the internet going crazy over it. what do you think? >> he's on a tarmac and he's pointing to his own plane, hey, i got you a plane, go home. we're in tennessee. this is one of my planes, take it home. >> i don't know why anybody thinks it's anything else. >> he was dismissing him. he was telling him to get here is what one tweet said. >> i don't think he's off the campaign. he just wanted a ride home. >> if he was really dismissing chris christie, he won do it quietly behind a mike. >> what do you think happened? let us know what you think. let's talk about other news. we start with a very strange story. a mystery death, pope francis secretary, it has the vatican calling for an investigation.
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she was 34 years old. she was found dead in her rome apartment. she was seven months pregnant and suffered from diabetes which can be fatal. pope francis visited her body laying a dozen white roses next to her casket. they are trying to figure out what happened. three emojis got a student in trouble. court documents show the posts had the word killing and meet me in the library tuesday, followed by a gun, bomb, and knife emoji. a search warrant shows the girl acknowledges she did post the message under another student's name. facebook is one of the best places to work, besides, of course, fox, a key interview question there has nothing at all to do with the on line data. the company's global head of recruiting revealing her favorite interview question.
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on your very best day of work, the day you come home and think you have the best job in the world, what did you do that day? the question designed to see where an employee's passions lie? we were asked you. rob emailed us i was asked to tell me a joke. tim on twitter, clayton. >> got asked what type of tree i would be. no kidding. i said a morningwood. they all looked puzzled and i walked out. #they didn't call. >> but you got a good joke in there. morningwood. rick. i don't know, your trees, we're tossing to rick to do a little weather. >> maybe a wheepg willow. >> let me help you clayton. and take that away. why are you guys standing so far away from me? they are afraid.
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they are afraid that they are going to to talk on tv, you just want to wave from afar. nicely done. you all look good. >> i wake up with you every morning. >> there you go. thank you. ask and he speaks. >> take a look at the maps. a beautiful morning actually across so much of the country. temperature wise, 58 degrees in kansas city on a february morning. that is spectacular. it's going to be an amazing day across much of the northeast, down to the mid atlantic. 67 degrees in virginia beach. tons of sunshine, sons -- tons of sunshine across the southeast and the southern plains. spectacular one. northern plains, grand forks 33, yesterday we saw a 73 degree temperature in bismarck, cooling down just a little bit. back to you guys inside. nascar drivers are gearing up for the season's second race today. it's knowns athe folds of honor quick trip 500. it's hoping to bring attention
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to an organization that gives scholarship to those whose family member was killed or injured while serving our country. joining us live is major dan rooney and recipient wesley. thank you very much for joining us. >> hey, pete, it is great to be here. the sun is shining bright at the atlanta motor speedway. it's a great morning. >> tell us a little bit about both about major bogus but also wesley and the scholarship fund and what you do for these families when someone pays the ultimate sacrifice. >> i think today is a perfect example, pete. we're here at folds of honor quick trip 500. we'll reach millions of households on this sun and it is about god and country and specifically the families who have sacrificed for our freedoms. as april organization, we have
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over 10,000 recipients. folds of honor is benefitting from quick trip and coca-cola who has donated money to fund scholarships. wesley is a perfect example. not only an officer in the army. she lost her husband and if you won share a little bit of your story. >> my husband of serving with the 82nd airborne division, ft. bragg, north carolina. he deployed during operation enduring freedom. he was killed in action during a peace meeting in pakistan and like any family that suffers a loss like that, it's traumatic. it's heart-breaking. it's life-changing, but knowing that the folds of honor foundation remembers larry's sacrifice, they remember our family, they are educating his legacy. our daughters are my husband's legacy. they have his spirit, his drive,
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his sense of humor and they have his motivation to succeed and knowing that major dan and the folds of honor nation has recognized that sacrifice and they are going that extra step to help educate larry's legacy, it's priceless. >> and wesley, we've got ryan and ellie, your two daughters here, who are just awesome, eighth grade and sophomore in high school. if you wouldn't mind sharing the impact folds honor has had on your life. >> folds of honor remembers my dad's sacrifice. i can go to college with the scholarships they provide. it's amazing. i can't thank them enough. >> and a tennis star and a governor -- golfer over here. when you look at the sun shining on the atlanta motor speedway, ths an inherently dark situation. in life we're impacted in many different ways. we can't control that. we can control how we react. what we're doing at folds of
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honor is bringing a ray of hope and especially on a sunday like this, celebrating god and country and supporting these families who are great partners and i just like to encourage everybody out there, pete, they can visit our website, folds of honor.org and donate $13 which represents the 13 folds of the american flag and become a wingman. thanks for the support and it's going to be a great day here. >> thank you for your legacy that you carry on and obviously your husband and father who gave the ultimate sacrifice. thanks for what you are doing. we're going to be following the race at 1:00 p.m. donate to support military families and veterans again. folds of honor,.org. bill clinton overshadows hillary's win in south carolina after telling a veteran to be quiet. >> your wife tried to cover it up. >> i'm not your commander in chief anymore but i were i would
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tell you -- >> is he becoming a liability on the campaign trail? a fair and balanced debate next.
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may be more likely to misuse lyrica. now i have less diabetic nerve pain. and my biggest reason to walk calls me grandpa. ask your doctor about lyrica. hillary clinton may have scored a big win in south carolina last night, but is she losing by keeping bill on the campaign trail? this week, he went head-to-head with a vet over the americans who died in benghazi on hillary's watch. >> eight years of active duty service, two tours of iraq, platoon of 31. i had seven that were killed. >> what do you think should be done? >> i've seen them mourn. we had four lives killed in benghazi and your wife tried to cover it up. >> you listen to me. i'm not your commander in chief anymore but if i were, i would
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tell you to be more -- you show up and listen to my answer, i'll answer it. >> the vet was -- a two-time iraq vet by the way escorted out after the exchange so is hillary's victory in south carolina overshadow by this explosive encounter. here to debate matt schlapp. before we go to the particulars of this exchange and benghazi and legitimacy of that. is bill clinton the same asset he used to be on the trail or prove to be a liability? >> he was absolutely a liability in 2008 and barack obama really went after him for bill clinton going rogue in the campaign. i would say today that bill clinton is a revered figure in the democratic party. he's a positive for hillary clinton in this primary race. when it comes to the general
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election, pete, i think it's a whole different story. i think the clinton package will be a huge negative. >> he's shown an unlingness to stay on script. i want to get to the particulars of this exchange. benghazi, he was booed brought up to the crowd. bill clinton said you listen to me now. is this exchange going to blow up into something bigger for hillary and bill clinton? >> no. we won't. what we saw last night was a remarkable win for bill clinton. i think folks out there who aren't going to vote for hillary clinton at all, they are talking about benghazi, and transcripts from wall street and email. democratic voters really like her. >> do you have a problem with the way the crowd reacted and this veteran was treated and frankly the way bill clinton shouted down a vet on a legitimate question?
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>> should he have been ejected from the rally? if you read the transcript, blirkt is saying if you give me a second, i'll answer your question and i think there's no better person to answer a tough question than bill clinton. we saw it when he debated george bush sr in 1992. he is the guy. where i agree with matt, he's one of the top democratic surrogates. he's bee loved by democratic party and democratic families across the country. he's going to be a net positive to the campaign and net positive for democrats taking back the senate in november. >> do you think bill clinton has lost his edge a little bit? >> i was in iowa with my wife, and we saw hillary clinton and bill clinton campaigning a block from each other. their campaign didn't know -- they weren't coordinating with each other. bill clinton is an amazing political figure and he is the prosecutor of the case as to why hillary clinton should be present, but my lord, he is a
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3,500 drivers and found more than 90% of the most severe crashes involve driver distractions. looking out the window, texting, looking down. what can we do to help some of these folks? nice to see you, lauren. welcome back. we're sitting in the 2017 audi q 7. this is an amazing car. what's special about this. >> this has virtual cockpit. >> my eyes straight ahead here, looking at the fox news sign, i don't know if our viewers can see it or not. >> virtual cockpit here is actually showing up on my windshield and i can't see it in the camera lens. i can see it. >> it's right here. the virtual cockpit and it's all on the heads-up display. it makes a lot of sense. everything is in your sight line that you need. this is state of the art.
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if you got someone in the crosswalk being it will be one of the safest cars on the road. >> this is the audi q 7. which car are you heading to now? >> this is the lincoln mks. it has sync 3. people are very addicted to looking at your phone. what you can do is you can connect it up. you press a button on your steering wheel that has a picture of a person. i want to send a text to juliette. let's go to lunch. it will send it to you. you don't have to take your hands off the steering wheel. eyes and hands free. >> you are not looking at the road. you can do that with this lincoln and the new technology. >> how much does this cost? >> this car is going to be in the $40,000 range. it depends on your options. >> you need to go now to the next car. bye. >> the next vehicle, the truck of the year, the 2016 volvo xt 90.
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hello, pete. and that has got senses on it. this reminds you of the tablet. the technology here is great. one of the things that's important is you want to keep your hands on the steering wheel and you have all of that technology. look at the picture of the car. if someone doesn't have their seat belt on, it let's you know. no kid is going to give you a story. >> i'm watching you. >> heads-up display. which is important. this has a cool program that no one he will has. if you drive off the road, it actually has safety sensors built into it. it will help you be safer if something happens outside of your control. if you are crossing lanes, it will stop you from running into an oncoming car. >> really. >> what a beautiful vehicle and the progress they made on technology is incredible. >> it is. so this is the 2017 volvo xc 90. >> it was north american car and truck of the year. >> i've been listening to you on the radio and tv. it's very meta.
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lightweight rubio, total lightweight. he has really large ears. the biggest ears i've ever seen. i've never seen any human being sweat like this guy. >> how can a person with the worst spray tan in america attack me? he should sue whoever did that to his face. >> enough of this trash. i will beat donald trump in ohio and that will be the beginning of a new day. >> i believe that donald trump's idea of dividing us up is a horrific, un-american idea. >> there is a spirit of awakening that is sweeping this nation.
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>> are we a nation that is of, for and by the people or a nation that is of and for and by the government? we have to hold each other. lift each other up. move together in the future that we will make. ♪ ♪ that was hillary clinton coming off a huge rout last night in south carolina, down there over bernie sanders. good morning, everyone. welcome to "fox & friends." pete sitting in for tucker and juliette here for anna. it's super tuesday. hundreds of delegates up for grabs. all eyes on donald trump as marco rubio, ted cruz go full bore out of donald trump. eight out of 11 states he's comfortably in the lead there and that's why they unleashed a barrage of insults. >> you see everyone pointing their fire at donald trump, not just on the republican side.
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if you watch hillary clinton's speech last night, it was all about trump. she was framing her opposition to trump. you got marco rubio trying to go after him punch by punch trying to maintain a two-man race deal and you got ted cruz going after his taxes. everyone is pointing at donald trump because right now it's undenial. he's the frontrunner and he's way away going into super tuesday. let's listen to some of the back and forth. >> it's amazing to me that a guy with the worst spray tan in america is attacking me for putting on make-up? he's flying around on hair force one and tweeting -- >> his defense for not releasing his tax returns, well, gosh, i'm being audited. that's a reason to release your tax returns. >> donald trump likes to sue people. he should sue whoever did that to his face. >> donald trump had a $1 million court judgment against him for hiring illegal immigrants. to build trump tower. maybe it should say underneath
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built by illegal immigrants. >> i'm not going to stand by and watch the conservative movement be taken over by someone who is not a conservative. by someone who is conning us. i believe that there are americans today that are being fooled by this guy. >> this is my country, dammit, stand up and fight for it together! >> too late, too little. donald trump responding to you will aof that criticism. take a listen to this. >> take a look at the guys giving rubio money. take a look at the guys giving cruz money. i'm not even blaming them. it's the system. when those guys need something, it's 100%. look at the lobbyists, special interests giving these characters money. 100% control over them. >> trump has always found a way to respond, whether to the attack or with a different attack. you've got different attacks from cruz and rubio and others. it's not clear if any of them will be effective or what will stick. a lot of people trying a lot of different approaches. >> we were talking with chris
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wallace a little bit earlier and he was talking about is it too late in the game now for these candidates like marco rubio to change his personality as one of our earlier guests was saying. is it a little too little, too late. that's the big question. we had joe trippi on today as well. >> listen. >> i think they are trying to force everybody out. trying to get to rubio for quite a while now. neither kasich or cruz i think are taking that bait. if cruz loses texas, i think there will be tremendous pressure on him to get out, but you look at the data and the polls. it's not clear that any one of these candidates got out that enough of their vote wouldn't go to trump instead of going to rubio or whoever the establishment plans on trying to deliver those votes to. they haven't been able to deliver votes to anybody up till now. it's not clear about that. >> the candidates trying to get some support.
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governor kasich rolling out a huge ad by targeting the economy and showing why he's the jobs governor of ohio. we saw that the other day. a big ad by -- in the economy top of the list, it was a few months ago, national security at the top of the list for concern for americans, now, it's the economy like it usually it. >> for donald trump, that's a strong indicator for him. who has talked about jobs. here we are a couple of days before tuesday, 11 states going to the polls. some primaries, some caucuses. proportional delegates, this fight is going until march 15th. even if donald trump is way ahead, there's still candidates even if there's a narrow path that there is a path. >> very narrow. >> as for the democrats, hillary clinton handing a beatdown in a big way. 60 points, basically, over bernie sanders. yeah. >> 50 points. >> clinton eyeing super tuesday and donald trump, peter doocy
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live in columbia, south carolina, with more on this. good morning, peter. >> good morning. that's right. hillary clinton crushed bernie sanders here in south carolina and got a big boost along the way from african-american voters. exit polls show that 80% of black voters yesterday voted clinton and she is already passing herself as the democratic nominee. looking past bernie sanders and toward trump. >> despite what you hear, we don't need to make america great again. america has never stopped being great, but we do need to make america whole again. instead of building walls. we need to be tearing down barriers. >> the sanders team doesn't think south carolina was much of a setback though. saying clinton won ziefs sievely here. they won decisively in new
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hampshire. bernie sanders is getting a running start in those states that vote the day after tomorrow. >> the revolution is more than waving a sign or wearing a pin. with your help, we can take a giant step forward in moving this political revolution. if we win here in texas on tuesday, with your help, we will. >> "the new york times" is reporting this morning that bernie sanders just really wants to add some wins next to his name so they are -- his team is now focusing and devoting a lot of resources in states like oklahoma and minnesota where they are not necessarily the most delegates at state but they give him the best chance to say we came and we beat clinton. back to you in new york. >> thank you very much for reporting on that, peter. we're going to see a lot of people heading to the polls on super tuesday. rick reichmuth is telling us whether it's going to be a
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pleasant trip. >> do you know how warm it was in the plains today? we got into the mid and upper 70s in places like kansas and oklahoma. >> and minnesota. >> it's not going to last. >> we broke all kinds of records. much of the country is dry right now. that's going to be the case for today and a lot of told. there's a storm moving in across parts of the west and that's going to be a rain maker for tuesday. temperature wise, yesterday, incredibly warmer. all-time record broken for the month of february. tomorrow we remain warm across the central plains at least. tuesday is when the cooler air begins to get in, along with that cooler air is going to be a cold front highlighted here are the super tuesday states where there's voting going on and you see this right sheer a front. starting off today with rain across parts of oklahoma, afternoon, eastern areas of texas, through the later
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afternoon, going through parts of arkansas and west tennessee, could be a little bit of is hed -- severe weather with this. we're going to watch for strong wind and maybe an isolated tornado. nothing anything that we're super concerned about, but you have to watch that across parts of the southern states. if you are driving to the polls and you see a tornado -- >> you are going to want to go the other way. let's do some other news. we start with a fox news alert. it's a very sad day for law enforcement. virginia police officer ashleyly quinndon killed on her first day on the job. she and two other officers were shot last night responding to a domestic dispute in woodbridge. two others were shot. friday, this photo was tweeted welcoming her. we have the latest coming up in the terrible, tragic case.
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unrest in salt lake city. police clashing with protesters after a teen was shot by an officer. the shooting causing an angry reaction from witnesses who say the team was only -- teen was holding a broomstick while he was fighting with a man. >> the police said drop it once and then they shot him four times. they already had -- as soon as he was running, he was already grabbing for his gun. not even trying to it's a him or anything. >> and the police got some help from officers from three others departments as angry people threw rocks at them. salt lake city police say one officer and possibly a second was involved in the shooting. the incident is being investigated. deadly car crash that ended in fire on a california freeway all caused by a drag race gone wrong. two cars were racing early in commerce saturday morning when one tried to get around a slow-moving car. it lost control. it slammed into a ups truck and
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went airborne. flipped, hitting another car. burst into flames. three people pronounced dead at the scene. one driver facing vehicular manslaughter charges. peyton manning expecting to hang up his cleats. not really a big surprise after manning and the broncos defeated the panthers in the super bowl. you want to go out on top. you win the super bowl. >> absolutely. the presidential election has traders on wall street paying very close attention. what do they make the front runter be -- uner, donald trump, maria bartiromo joins us next. >> this is my first call for a unicorn. >> first call for a unicorn. >> how did this runaway unicorn
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>> the presidential election causing some major mayhem on wall street. let's ask maria bartiromo. we've got a lot of talk going on right now and wall street is certainly paying attention. what candidates are they paying attention to and what kind of rhetoric can move those markets? >> i think some of the uncertainty we've been seeing throughout the campaign has impacted the markets and i think that people saying we don't really know what's around the bend here is one of issues that the markets have been lower. having said that, there are specific things that are rattling investors. >> not just general trends.
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>> not just general trends, exactly. when you look at hillary clinton said about the pharmaceutical companies and making sure sure that she keeps drug prices low. that sent their shares plummeting. when you look at some of the candidates commentary about taxes, bernie sanders wants to raise $1.6 trillion in taxes. on the positive side, all the gop candidates have a tax reform plan. that's been a positive. people feel like at some point there will be a positive catalyst for these markets. >> has donald trump effected the markets in any way? >> yes and no. i think he's impacting things just by the uncertainty factor. he hasn't said anything that would cause markets to go up or down, but this whole idea that he's sort of rattling the kamgs and people -- cages and people are saying he can't be stopped, that uncertainty has certainly
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weakened stock. >> we've got new revised gdp numbers that give us the sense of the health of our economy, especially vis-a-vis debt. what does it tell us? >> i think things are getting better. this is largely backward-looking. however, it was better than expected. gdp was 1% versus expectations of -- >> 1% growth which still isn't -- >> not great. talking about 1%. look at the fourth quarter gdp at 14.5 trillion. we're did growing and we have grown but it's a very slow growth story. >> speaking of not slow growth story, we're going to throw up a figure of the debt. we just saw the growth of gdp about 3.6 trillion. our debt over that same time period, 8.9 trillion. how long can we sustain that? >> this is one issue.
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people's eyes glass over when you say debt and deficits. these are real issue. when you speak of the issue of donald trump wanting to put a wall, if mexico doesn't pay for that wall, we've got major issues because that's going to be an expensive wall and we've got $19 trillion in debt. the idea of how you put these policies in place, given the fact that you've got this huge number coming at you of debt and deficits is an issue. >> who has talked about debt and deficits? it hasn't been a big subject. >> john kasich. he's actually balanced the budget under president clinton. we're not seeing that kind of conversation. it's an important conversation. it needs to happen and at some point it's going to fall into one of these guys laps being the leader of the free world. >> we've seen the polls of what voters care about shifting away from terrorism and national security back toward jobs and economy and government. that could bring debt and spending back in the picture. >> that's going to be the
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conversation of the moment and it's going to continue to increase in conversation. broad economy, at some point there's going to be a catalyst to get things moving. we're looking at balance sheets very strong. the consumer balance sheet right now, you've got a saves rate of 5.6%. corporate are sitting on an enormous amount of cash. once this sentiment changes a little, wow, we're seeing growth in the economy and things are picking up, we've got optimism at that unwith of these people will move the needle on growth, once that takes hold, the recovery is going to be quick and powerful. we have so much money on the sidelines. all those things on the shelf are coming off the shelf. >> it's pent up. >> it's pent up for sure. >> tell us about the guests you've got on the show. >> we're going to get personal on the side of donald trump. we're speaking with his family. we'll speak with donald trump jr to talk about the personal side of donald trump. then we'll talk with ben carson. we start the interview with why
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are you still in this race? what is the justification for you being here knowing what's going on in terms of the numbers. then we'll get into the apple fbi case with general hayden as well as ray kelly former nyp commissioner. we're going to have a lot of issues to cover top of the hour. >> sun morning futures. maria bartiromo. a brand-new twist in a case of a kid and his clock that looked like a bomb. what ahmed mohammed's school does not want the public to know. a toddler trapped in her car seat after the mother flipped the car in the river. the officer who heard her cry for help live next. >> we're helping. we're coming. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently. only flonase is approved to relieve both itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. when we breathe in allergens our bodies react by
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it's a remarkable story of survival. police and fire crews saved an 18-month-old girl found hanging upside down in her car seat after her mother flipped the car in march. see if you can hear a woman's voice on this body camera. >> we're helping. we're coming. >> okay. he believe the cry for help came from an angel. he writes about it in his new book "proof of angels." thanks for joining us this morning. take us back to that day. describe what you saw that scene
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and how it changed your life forever. >> it was a surreal day to get a call for a car that's upside down in a river. it was a cold and icy river. as we got there and got close is when dispatch told us there was a hand coming out of the vehicle. so we knew someone was inside and we got down into the river and that's when we heard an adult female's voice saying help me, help me, and so for us that was okay we got to get in that car now, and that's when we just teamed up and got together and see that the mother was clearly deceased and had been for a long time, so -- >> that's amazing. >> she had been -- she had died hours earlier or maybe even a day earlier? >> yeah. they determined she was killed on impact which was a real heart break for us. >> and the baby is in the backseat. there's no other adults anywhere around, but you and the other
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officers clearly hearing. what did you hear? >> we just heard a female's voice saying help me, help me. like you say, there's nobody else around and it just sounded -- it came from that car and so as we flipped the car and see her, you know, in the state that she was in, it was such a big blow to us and it was kind of at that point that i look in the backseat, is could see baby lily submerged in water at that time. >> we have some video of the little girl. at the time she was strapped into the child seat thankfully because it elevated her out of the water but she was not in good condition when you found her. describe how you were able to rescue her. >> yes. when we -- she's just barely above water and not knowing she was there. we flipped the car and actually submerged her in water for an extra two to three minutes which was really tough. when we saw her, we had a fireman get down, able to cut her out of the car seat straps and take her in the ambulance, but she wasn't in a good
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condition. she wasn't conscious. her little eyes were fluttering. we thought maybe there was a sign of life. for some reason, i didn't think she would make it at that time. to see her recovery was phenomenal. >> you weren't the only one who heard the help me voice calling attention to this flipped car and this led you on this path of writing this book "proof of angels." you really believe it was define -- divine vingts there, right? >> i do, absolutely. when i look back, what i felt and her, there was no other explanation. i wanted to put my heart and soul and sadness, happiness and sorrow into that book and just lay it all on the badges that's really what i felt guided us to lily that day. >> you felt you were chosen for this because you were in a dark place before this happened? >> yeah. i was in such a dark spot spiritually speaking that i kind of had lost all hope. when we rescued baby lily and when we hear this voice, it's
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really that rescued me and my faith and it's done a 180 for me and turned everything around and i'm thankful nor that day. >> i would be remiss if i didn't ask you that question. how is lily this morning? >> she's fantastic. like nothing ever happened. no side effects at all. she has such a dear place in my heart. i'll have that attachment forever. >> it's great to meet you this morning. the book is called "proof of angels. ". >> thank you very much. many liberal celebrities are promising to do this. >> my confession for this election is if any republican gets nominated, i'm going to move to canada with my entire family. >> they might get their wish on a remote island. we'll explain. plus nascar gearing up to honor our national heroes, folds of honor 500 have a special
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of the morning, courtesy of nba. i think they won 121-118. it's a record-setting night for the warriors. that shot was a buzzer beater. 288th of the season. both are new nba records. the warriors on pace for the best record in nba history. we're watching history with steph curry and golden state warriors. developing store overnight, a massive manhunt is under way in montana for a missing four-year-old. police say macy lily was abducted from a park friday night. the main suspect is this man. john leaba, he is in custody, but macy is yet to be found. both live on a reservation in wolf point montana where the fbi is involved. a hacker hacked into u.c.
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berkeley database. this comes as they continue to patch a security flaw from the cyber attack back in december. and clock boy, otherwise known as ahmed mohammed whose family moved to ka tar after he was arrested at school, remember that one? his science project many say looked like a bomb. his urban texas school district is suing the state for being forced to release a letter from the department of justice about their racial discrimination probe. if that letter is released, the family may be able to sue for racial discrimination. he was suspended but but invited to visit president obama in the white house for his troubles. some selld celebrities may not be stick around if any republican gets nominated. they mean elected. >> i'm going to move to canada.
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>> raven simone isn't the only one. i don't know how to triangulate it, cape -- translate it, cape bretton it's welcoming these people who want to flee with open arms. they have information about work visas. >> why not? in cher's defense, she didn't say she would move to canada. she would move to jupiter. >> via nova scotia. >> can you see them frolicking together. >> hollywood haters should get a head start and move now, however, i don't think canada is far enough. >> jeff on facebook said if that's the case, i'll vote for trump twice! >> and steve says i hope
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sharpton pays the millions he owes the irs before he goes. >> how about nova scosh i can't. it's got plenty of wide open spaces. >> wide open spaces is an understatement. you could ride horseback through the fields and poppy fields. >> speaking of horsepower, nascar is honoring our veterans with the folds of honor 500 at the atlanta motor speedway. >> it ls has special meaning for chase elliott, whose father had an incredible career on that track. >> dan, it's good to talk to you again. >> it's great. it's warming up here in atlanta. we are fired up, ready to serve some god and country down here. >> tell us a little bit about the special day for chase. >> well, having chase here is fantastic and we were just talking about the trophy behind us. hopefully chase is going to be carrying that and right here in the winner's circle about 4:00
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this afternoon, but what trophy can you imagine more fitting for nascar. it's got the m 61 canon. it shoots 100 rounds. american flag on the back. scripture john 3:16, no greater sacrifice. >> you got fire power, bible, and the flag. tell us what it means to be in the race today and your association and being there with dan rooney in folds of honor. >> thank you for inviting me over. this is a great cause and, you know, for what they do, for military families, you know, those folks are what give us the freedom we have to go do what we love to do each and every day, to give back to them is the least we can do in any way and to have it linked through racing and nascar and the atlanta motor
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speedway which is my home track is very special. i'm happy to be a part of the race today. hopefully can have a good run. this is a really, really cool trophy. we would love to have it but we got a lot of work to do this afternoon. >> your dad has a lot of experience in that track and has a lot of victories -- a lot of victories there under his belt. what's special about this track? what do the drivers need to do to score a victory in this track which is in your backyard? >> well, this track is special and this is a place that i grew up racing at actually on the front straight away when i was starting here when i was about 12 or 13. so really cool place. the staff at atlanta motor speedway has always been top notch. i'm from georgia, about an hour and a half north of here. also our sponsor, napa auto parts, this is their hometown. the surface is one of the oldest on the circuit, so the tires go
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really fast and you'll see a big fall-off in lap time. it produces good racing and we can be a contender there. we'll try our best. >> chase, thanks. dan, we got to wrap it right there. i know the number 13 means a lot to you. on lap 13 today, fans at that track will be holding up a replica of that flag in honor of the troops. dan we appreciate what you do at folds of honor and bringing us for us and what you do for vets and military families. thanks for joining us. >> you can watch folds of honor, quick trip 500 at 1:00 p.m. on fox. to donate go to folds of honor.org. an amazing organization. >> great organization. coming up, al sharpton says he's going to lead a protest in hollywood today over the oscars diversity controversy. is it a legitimate beef or a cry for attention? fair and balanced debate coming
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welcome back, 9:45 on the east coast. the 88th annual academy awards on the west coast are tonight, but the backlash leading up to the oscars over too many white actors nominated this year has been growing for weeks. rev rend al sharpton announcing
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he's going to be leading a protest in hollywood ahead of the show. more protests are plan around the country. does he have legitimate cause or is he some suggest fanning the flames? here now to debate. good to have you guys here. >> good morning. >> brian, we're going to start with you. let's talk about this. you know, al sharpton likes to get in the mix. we all know that. do you think ths a legitimate cause that he's doing or is he trying to do this for attention? >> i think it's for both. i think it's a legitimate cause and we've talked about it before. the oscars really needs to increase their diversity. they have done so. the academy has responded in a good way, but there's still more that needs to be done. even harvey weinstein admits they need to do a better job. >> obviously, there's a great deal of concern out there. quite frankly when i look at the actual outcomes of the academy award races over the past couple of years, particularly since 2000, blacks have been
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incredibly well represented. in fact, demographically speaking they are overrepresented in some nominated categories. folks like will smith who in past years has been nominated twice, which is far more than most actors in hollywood. i get the concern. i understand it. but we ought to be asking questions to folks who are upset, how many nominations would you prefer to have over the course of say the last decade? what is fair? is it fair to be demographically represented? should you be represented to a degree that is twice your share of the population? this is supposed to be a competition where people are asked who is the best actor in any particular year. this isn't a ben aton ad. >> there's something to be said for who is deciding. the academy needs to be more diverse. even the academy acknowledges that. i'm not sure why you keep fighting this point. they have acknowledged they need to be more diverse.
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they have made steps to do so. i think they should be commended for that. however, it's important to know that if you don't have a group of diverse people making these decisions, it's not necessarily fair for anybody. >> can i i want get your take on chris rock, how do you think he's going to handle things tonight, the hosting duties? >> i expect that chris is going to do quite a bit of lampooning the both sides. he will be towing the standard line at this time there needs to be greater diversity. what do we mean by diversity? is it just the way people look or something else altogether? there's a great deal of diversity in terms of the nominations themselves. if there wasn't actually a problem, if they were nominating a diverse group of people, i don't quite understand why we pretend that there seems to be. >> let's get a final comment from brian. >> i think he's also going to
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raise awareness of what's going on in flint, and bringing up issues of lead and water, a big issue in the american community and we need to focus on this. >> we'll leave it at that. thank you both for joining us. you might want to stick around for this one. the runaway unicorn finally back in custody, the proper custody, and juliette, the unicorn joins us live along with juliette's friends. ♪ ♪ go, go, go, go, go, go... touchdown! ♪ choir and harp music. this place, it's the best-kept secret in football since... hey, how did he get in here?! and with toe nail fungus! fight it! with jublia. jublia is a prescription medicine used to treat toenail fungus. use jublia as instructed by your doctor. now that's prime time. most common side effects include ingrown toenail, application site redness, itching, swelling, burning or stinging, blisters, and pain. you ready to fight it?
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>> you heard it right. that unicorn led cops on a chase for nearly three hours. we introduced you to the magical runaway a little earlier. let's bring back in juliette and the unit corn and her owner sandra boast and her daughter tatum. it's an honor to have you here. a lot of our producers have been trying to track unicorns on our show. we're thrilled to have you back on the show. how did juliette get free from your house? >> you know, we were on a photo shoot, and what happened? >> the guy >> i was running and then she kind of got loose and then she
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runned away. >> she says i was holding her and she runned away. >> they'll do that, you know? they want -- unicorns want to remain anonymous. were you worried that your unicorn was on the run? >> were you scared? >> yeah. >> i would think so. >> sandra, did it occur to you probably where to look for je l juli juliet. she was probably running towards the local rainbow you had seen earlier in the day. >> clearly, she was trying to find the rainbow. it was a little bit hard to find in the pitch dark. >> that's the question, why didn't the unicorn take flight yet. but her wings haven't developed
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yet, i see. >> at 20 years old, she still doesn't have her wings. >> in due time. how did you manage to come across a unicorn. i understand you're a photographer, you do this for photo shoots. >> she's been in the family just over one year. we used a friend's horse, actually a horse that's on this property, for my daughter for her 4th birthday invitation. the whole concept kind of blew up. i had -- i've owned horses throughout my life and i saw my opportunity to get my daughter a pony. and so we did that. so she's primarily tatum's pony and i use her as a unicorn on the side. >> my producer, he has been a huge fan of unicorns since he was a child. he's been feeding me questions all morning. this is the highlight of his
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life. he wants to know what unicorns eat. >> what do unicorns eat tatum? >> apples, carrots and hay. >> that is a healthy unicorn. brian are you happy? i love it. sandra, thanks for joining us this morning. tatum, i bet you are happy to have your unicorn back. >> i am. >> we talk a lot of negative news in the world and we get to end on a unicorn and a rainbow. you're not going to see a unicorn on another show. >> we love you guys. >> have a great morning. ♪
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>> we're back. snuck up on us. >> i'm just looking at my producer. >> tomorrow, fox and friends debut, you're not going to want to miss it. see you guys. happy sunday. good morning, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." donald trump out in front. the businessman leading in several states as super tuesday approaches. we will speak to donald trump jr., the presidential candidate's son, about the state of his father's campaign. plus, a big victory for hillary clinton in south carolina last night. how much momentum will this give her going forward. >> plus, apple refusing to comply with the feds. we'll talk with michael hayden and former new york city police commission r

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