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we will see you next sunday as all at 11:00 and 5:00 eastern. >> i am chris wallace, growing violence at trump rallies over accusations the rhetoric lay as role. we will ask donald trump if three is responsible -- if he is responsible. trump is forced to cancel a rally in chicago after hundreds of protesters show up to disrupt it. >> they have organized professionally staged wise guys we have to fight back. >> the rivals pin some of the blame on him. >> last night in chicago we saw images that make america look like a third world country. >> the campaign responsibility starts at the top. >> we will sit down and talk
with him about what he will do to stop it and will it affect the republican race. >> the g.o.p. campaign reaps a turning point, as the primaries turn "winner-take-all." in ohio governor kasich battles to hold ton his home state. >> i win here on tuesday it will be a new ballgame. >> we will talk with kasich as he tried to stay alive. >> our power player of the week, giving millennials the news in six second chunks. >> all right new. on fox news sunday. >> hello again from fox news in washington. this was the scene at a donald trump campaign rally in ohio yesterday, secret service agents rushing to protect the republican frontrunner after a protester jumped a fence and charged the stage. the concern was understandable with growing protests and violence at campaign events as
the g.o.p. race reaches a turn point. five states go to the polls on tuesday including florida and ohio and both winner-take-all and the home state for run rub and john kasich. in a few minutes we will sit down with governor kasich would will drop out if he loses ohio, but, first, donald trump in chicago. welcome back to fox news sunday. >> thing you. >> before you had to cancel the rally in chicago on friday there was growing violence at some of your rallies around the country. some of your rivals in the republican race say you contribute to this with your rhetoric. do you take any responsibility for violence at the rallies? >> first of all i disagree with what you said. i have by far biggest crowds, 25,000 to 30,000 people and in alabama last week we had 35,000 and out of that we will have
some disruptions put there by other people. we will have some protesters. no one has been hurt. at all. as big as the rallies are, no one has been hurt. we talk and try and be good. some of the protesters are rough and bad dudes and swing and punch and no one talks about that. if others including the police and the police handle if, if they are rush, the next day the newspaper said the police are things. we have had no one hurt the when i have 25,000 and 20,000 people, routinely by far the biggest and we have protesters standing up, who do you know who has been hurt the last number of months? nobody. nobody. >> one exam, we have been running video showing a number of punches being thrown, and i don't know if anyone is hospitalized but on wednesday in north carolina a protester name
johnnies was policefully escorted from the event and you can see he flipped east crowd and a man in the crowd elbows him in the face, knocked him to the ground and he is what the man said. >> yes, he citizens it. the fiscal year time we see him we might have to kill him. >> does that have any place in america? >> no, it doesn't and it is a shame it happened and i feel badly for everyone concerns and we don't condone violence but the kid from behalf i hear stuck up a certain finger right in everyone's face and this man has had enough because i tell you what people in the country are angry at incompetent politicians, angry at losing their jobs, not having a pay increase for 12 years and more, and everything -- we cannot bet isis, our military going to hell you look at what is going on with the vets they are treated horribly and treated worse than illegal immigrants. we have a big portion of the
country that is fed up. you look at the we rust belt and other areas of our country where johns are being taken and they are moved to mexico and other locations, moved out of the united states and we have a president that doesn't have a clue or know what is going on and the people of this country are angry, they are not angry people but they are angry now. >> you say and you said again you do not condone the violence, but, sir, the record is clear, and we will put up tape you have condoned violence in rally after rally. >> i promise you, i will pay for the legal fees. >> i would like to punch him in the face. >> if the good old day they would rip him out of the seat. >> just throw him the hell out. >> that sounds like condoning violence. >> the first one i was told by secret service there were two people in the audience they could not find him but they had
tomatoes and they were going to throw them at me. being hit in the face with a tomato is not exactly so good. i said, folks you have two people with tomato toys if you see they, do whatever you have to do to them. why care. i am totally in my rights to say that. everything i say and, in fact, if you play 99% of the clips i am saying don't hurt 'em, take it easy, i say that to the police who are mistreated in this country. they are not appreciated for the from job they do usually it is the police, not my people, the police in the municipalities. they take it easy. again, chris, with rallies of 25,000 or 30,000 people you do not know of one injury in any rally. the place quote have had a problem was chicago and other than at your network i have been given very good credit, very good credit for canceling
because if i had that, or postpone it, if i had the rally but have had a lost remembers and those were professionals. those were professionals. they were disruptors, professor disruptors. they came in with the bernie sanders signs out of the printing press and were disruptors. with all of the rallies you have witnessed over many months you have not had one opinion hurt and i am listening to you tell me, like everyone is being e-mailed but it is not that way. i have often said, do not hurt him and you heard me say that but you don't lay those clips. >> moving on to another issue, you have credited a controversy with your comments of islam. >> islam hates us. there is something there that is a tremendous hatred, a tremendous hatred. we have to get to bottom of it.
>> there are 1.6 billion muslims in the world today, 1.6 billion. the best experts say at most 100,000 people are fighting for jihad causes, a small fraction of 1%. why drew a battle line against an entire religion including countries that help us in for it against isis? >> you say that out of 1.5 with, 100,000, right? whoever did that surveys with as wrong as you can get. 27%, could be 35% would go to we are. the hatred is tremendous. >> wait, wait, wait, you are saying 250 million or 300 million muslims -- much >> take a look at the pew poll
that came out recently the number, i think, something like 27% of very much militant about going after things. they did a strong study. see what it said. it is a very significant number. it is not 100,000 people. i can tell you that. that is ridiculous number. something is going on whether you like it or not, it would be easier to say, no, everyone loves us but something is going on. there is a big problem. radical islamic, terrorism, is taking place all over the world. in paris, look what happened in california recently with the 14 people killed by co-workers people where they give them baby showers and they walk in and kill them and shoot them? they had no guns no weapons, they killed them all. there is something going on. we can be very nice and naive
and say everything is wonderful but all you have to do is look around the world there is a great hatred. >> you said this, about the war on isis. >> we have to income out isis. we have to knock the hell out of them. i would listen to the generals but i am hearing numbers of 20,000 to 30,000. >> which generals told you we need 20,000 to 30,000 united states ground troops in iraq and syria? >> that is what i heard that number it does not men i would do that but i heard that is the number to eradicate. it could be quick. maybe we should do something quickly because this cancer is staying with us forever. we have been fighting in the middle east now for 15 years. >> but the generals we talk to --. >> spending money at a rate and our information in our country is going to hell, our country is in trouble and all we do is spend money in the middle east. either eradicate them or get
out. what we are doing is crazy. >> generals i have spoken to said 20,000 to 30,000, we could need more troops or forward observers or special forces to help iraqi ground troops but putting 20,000 to 30,000 american troops back in iraq and syria, they have grave doubts. >> i am not saying do it. i never said that. i said that is the number you may need. look, whether you like it or not i was again the war if iraq and i said don't go in. you will destabilize the middle east. i was right. i am not lick a big war hog. your people are chopping off heads, drowning 40 listen 50 people in steel cages at a time. now we have to do something. the reason we have to do it is because of the power of weapons. they are looking to get weapons and to acquire weapons that are very, very horrible for our country. >> we have to eradicate the
people. >> two final questions, trump university i don't have to tell you has become an issue in the campaign trail but some form students saying it is a scam. >> i was trumped by trump. i was duped by "the donald". >> but you put out a video this week which you show that same man's report card. >> here is his report card on the school quality of presentation, quality of everything "excellent, excellence," sun% but "new york times" reports the man said he was pressured to give those report card grades. ex license by the instructor who said he would be fired if he did not get them and other students say they came under pressure to give you good reports. >> really? with 10,000 people? let me tell you, this is a law
first, a class action firm, and he sue a lot of people and they are trying to get money, i don't settle cases i will go to court all day long with this case, everyone in there has given report cards saying it was excellent, an "a" from the better business bureau and you did not report it, you did something very dishonest you did not report it you told me and the whole world watching the debate we had a "d" and we did not. we had an "a". >> you know i did not ask the question and --. >> i am not talking about you but fox i give you the report card, the "a" during the debate because they said it was a "d" and it was an "a" and i give you the "a" from better business bureau. >> distant you thing we have the responsibility to find out? the fact it is more complicated because it has been out of business for self years so --. >> it is not out of business, it
is suspended physical i win the lawsuit and when i win the lawsuit i be in the white house and i will have my kids opening it. >> but we are not going to read a paper we are given during the debate. >> you would. you would. here is the story, you said better business bureau gave me a "f" i said it was wrong i got at intermission and they sent the "a" rating, an "a" rating from better business and handed it to megyn kelly and they row fused -- refused to put it on. that is not honest. >> i think it is checking the facts. >> you will like this last question. for all of the refers --. >> i am sure i will love >> i promise you will. through the controversy, you are doing very well right now, you have a solid lead in the delegates and you have pointed out, turnout is up considerably, a 67% increase in votes in a republican contest with 23%
doing in democratic turnout compared to 2008. you say you have been leading a movement and i want did we briefly in a minute explore that, what is the movement? what did the people want? what are the chances you could effectively lockup this race in tuesday? was that a nice question? >> i like that question. i like the statement. i am glad to finish with this the people have been disenfranchised people that built this country and they have been disenfranchised, trade democrats are taking away the jobs all over. our military cannot beat isis, veterans are treated horribly, health care is more build with obamacare where premiums go up, 45-55% and i will straighten this out and we will make america from again. that is what it is all about. there has never been, they say, in the history of this country what is happening right new.
it has been very friendly with no injuries, in injuries, listening to you it sounds like it is a rampage, there have been no injuries. no injuries. no injuries. we postponed the other day in chicago, no injuries. >> thank you for director time and i hope you and all the people tapping your rallies stay safe on the campaign trail. >> thank you. >> necessity, john kasich on the must win strategy for ohio can he become the main establishment alternative to trump. and i'm still struggling with my diabetes.
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>> a look outside the beltway at cleveland, ohio, tuesday is make-or-break for ohio governor john kasich rubbing -- running close in the polls with donald trump. he has made it clear if he loses in his whom state he will drop out. >> i want to start, sir, with the grow violence at the trump rallies you saw he is sowing seeds of decision and you call it a taxings environment. what does this say about the died of president donald trump would be? >> he is not going to be president. he is not going did have enough, i will win here in ohio with the support of the folks here who have seen their lives improve, more jobs, better wages, more hope, more people who have been ignored who are getting attention and that will be the end of it. he will naughton president of the united states. >> what about the rallies?
>> i have to say, you can walk into a room, chris, or an arena and prey on the fears of people or go in and give them hope. i try to give them home. when he puts one group against another and said the reason it is not if is because of that group it is not helpful and he has created a tax ice environment. it does not mean that this have some that have attended rallies intent on causing trouble but it is a mess and hopefully it will settle down and we can move beyond this. the last debate was far more sill than the ones before and maybe though are cap on to the fact that being positive could be the past way to run a campaign. for me i am not taking the low road to the highest office in the land. we are growing doing well in ohio and other states and we will be competitive. do not be surprised if i go with the strongest amount of delegates into the convention. >> now, after you finished a
strong second in new hampshire you talk about your path being through the industrial midwest but you suffered a disappointing performance, finishing third in michigan last week --. >> wait, wait, wait, don't characterize what i did in michigan that way i was at 7% or 8% finished with almost 25% --. >> excuse me, sir, you talk about winning michigan in february. >> chris, let me paint it for you, i was 7% or 8% and split the number of delegates with ted cruz for second place and 43% the late decideers vetoed door me and we came out of michigan with moment up and no one connected to our campaign was who was not pleased and that is the problem when we try to be fortune tellers. i will not be a nor tune actualer -- not be a for tune teller other than ohio.
>> if i may, you are trailing in illinois, trailing in missouri and that raises the specific question, which is, even if you win ohio, are you just a favorite son hold on to your home state? >> we are rising in illinois, there will be polls showing me in second place it is a matter 6 accumulating delegates. why want to argue with you about this, i did not get any attention, when we had debates this were people shouting my name to be asked and finally i am her, feignally the positive nature of the campaign is welcoming and finally people are realizing when i was budget chairman we had economic growth by the considers and in ohio we turned this state around and wages are up, over 400,000 jobs and i cut taxes more than anyone and people are saying, wait, now i see this guy give us a chance. most thought we would never get
here. >> governor kasich you are on the show is we are happy to have you here. i want to ask you about marco rubio. he has suggested to his supporters that to try and stop donald trump make his supporters in he should vote for you. >> i have a voter in ohio conclude that investigating for john kasich gives us the best chance to step donald trump and i anticipate they will did that. >> following that logic, should kasich supporters in florida support marco rubio so he can beat trump as inare take all rather than splitting the antitrump? >> i'm not out to stop anyone but out to get myself elected. it is not a game for me. i an not in florida campaigning but spending my time in illinois and in ohio but, again, why want to spend my time in process i want people to necessity i have the foreign policy experience, i
also have the domestic policy record to show i can take both of them and become an effective leader of the country, bring people together and improve their situation, solve some of the frustrations they have with their income and kids' future, that is what i want to talk about. >> governor we will talk about an issue the biggest in the midwest is friday. in the exit polls in michigan last week, 55% of those voting in the g.m. primary feel trade takes away jobs but you are on record supporting trade democrats. >> i am a free trader supporting nafta and it is important countries in asia are interfaced against china. >> are you telling voters in ohio nafta and the pacific trade tell are good? >> first of all, 1 out of 5
memberships are connected to trade. i was in a plant in dayton, ohio where the chinese invested half a billion in employing a thousand ohio workers, in a plant invested by the germans. we have a lot of people investing in our state. that is why we are up over 400,000. it is not just free trade it is fair trade. i have been saying we need an expedited process. i said it in the debate expedited process when people try to rip us off and sure the american worker i will move to block their imports. in 2001 i helped to grant the trade restraints that our steel companies needed a chance to breath. fair trade but free -- free trade but fair trade i will act against trade violations. >> fax has a video of hillary clinton on a trip to india in 2005 as a senator asked about
legislating, whether the united states could consider legislation to been outsours and they said, no, but she added this. >> rap the economic incentives to at least think hard before the decisions are made but it is inevitable. there is no way to legislate against reality. the outsourcing will continue. >> what do you think of her comments? >> the point on outsourcing and i is talked to one c.e.o. who wanted to move operations out of the united states into united states and i made it clear there is more than profits from has to be a value system that underlays our free enterprise system. before people make a decision to move out, before a board of directors authorizes this they better be careful they do not absolutely begin to hurt the concept in america's minds about
the process of trade. if i were on the board and they wanted to outsource they have to give a reason why the survival of the company depended on it. but to make a few more bucks is not what i encourage but you have to tell me the specifics i am open to anything that puts us in a position to vehicle the american worker and, at the same time, not shutting down the blinds and locking the doors on our ability to dominate the world as far as economic activity. >> i have less than a minute, you know how that works, i want to ask you about common core. in january of 2015 i asked you about other governors would helped start common core but now running away from it because of potential presidential campaigns. here is your strong defense of common core. >> these are governors that helped create common core, it was written by state education superintendents and local principle -- principals.
i asked governors to tell me where i am wrong and silence. >> this week you were asked again to defend common core and you mention mentioned it. >> frankly, education has to be run at the school board level with the little guys from the state. >> clearing this up, governor, do you still support common core? are you prepared to say it is not as you said in 2015, is not a federal takeover? >> we only have a minute in our state, our state school board has adopted very high standards. the curriculum is develop by local school bars. you can call it anything you want. at the end of the day we set the standards and the local school boards develop the curriculum. it is no more complicated than that. we don't take orders from anyone. you are not getting me to start
using names. i am telling you it is about high standards and local control and we need high standards in america so our kids are trained for the jobs of the 21st century. that is what we are trying to do in he. >> governor, thank you, thanks for your time. always good to talk to you. >> always for. always good. >> bringing in our sunday group to discuss the disruptions and the debate in the republican race and what would you like to ask the panel on the violence at the trump rallies and whether he is responsible for it. question air.
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nominee but it is getting harder every day. >> after a brief outburst of civility the republican race returned to the personal fulls this weekend and now, our sunday group be g.m. strategist, karl rove, and julie pace who covers the white house and the campaign for the associated press. and kimberley strassel from the "wall street journal" and fox news political analyst juan williams. we asked you for questions, for panel. we got plenty on the violence at trump rallies and whether he is responsible. jenny said "he specifically told them to punch people in the face how is that not inciting violence." but gene wrote this, why are ted and marco pointing the finger at donald do they always bring the victim." >> karl rove do you expect this to have any impact on the vote on tuesday and if so, will it
help or hurt trump? >> it will help him. divorce the two, this question, put it this two parts. move on and black lives and others who announce a desire to break up trump rallies by organized demonstrations is reprehensible behavior worthy of a country -- [ inaudible ] bernie sanders and hillary clinton and hers of the civil rights movement have a moral obligation to speak openly to the groups and discoverage them from doing so. do what you want outside the rallies. whatever you want outside the hall in a peaceful fashion. but to have as an organized name like the leader of move on to get spot rallies and disrupt them is fundamentally un-american. on the other hand, and i don't want to make them morale equivalent because i don't want cause and effect donald trump's behavior, knock the crap out of, will, i will pay for the legal fees, i promise, the declaration
in the interview the people had a right to do this? he wants to be president of the united states. >> talking about his supporters going after the protesters. >> what president of the united states could you believe would indulge in this behavior? why will it hope? >> because people inside the republican party who support him say that he is being a victim. in a way he is but he also is responsible for setting the tone. he claims he can be presidential if he wants and it is time to be presidential and to let the secret service and local law enforcement move the people out but treat everyone with respect and set a tone worthy of the country. >> i agree. i agree this will help him because you look at donald trump 's supporters and they love the fact he is antipc and many of them believe when people call him a fascist it is because, for
instance, he is anti-immigration, and they don't lick idea somehow the two are equated so when you have the profits going on it is going to strengthen the resolve of a lot of people to vote and they feel that is the way you have to respond to these attacks. >> president obama was asked whether he bears any responsibility for the political polarization surrounding trump's campaign. not surprisingly he said, no. >> i am not going to...validate a notion that the republican crackup that is taking place is a consequence of...actions i have taken. >> are they really, julie, oblivious to how polarizing not specifically to say obama with
trump but how politically polarizing he is and if they divorce them selfs from trump the political revolution taking place, the uprising around bernie sanders? >> why thing they are oblivious you hear the president tag about the big it regret has been that he not been able to fulfill promises he made in the 2008 campaign --. >> wait, wait, wait, he blame it all on the republicans. but he bears responsibility for not bringing washington together and he looks at republicans and especially at donald trump, the first thing that comes to mind during the first term when trump pushed the birther movement and a lot of republican leaders i am sure you did the interviews it was hard to get them to state that obama was born in the united states and he was a legitimate president. when he looked at trump he looks at something through a different frame than what is happening on
capitol hill. >> there is will a race that will happen on tuesday, a big race, a turning point because you have five big delegate rich states voting and two of them, florida and ohio, in addition to being the whom states of marco rubio and kasich are win are take all. juan, if you see trump winning one or both of those, in a practical sense, not with the math but effectively, could he wrap up the nomination? >> it is hard but possible and clearly he has the momentum if he wins both ohio and florida, he will still need 52% more than half of the remaining delegates so it would be hard to say he wraps it up. if he won florida but loses ohio he still needs 59% of remaining delegates. if he loses both, 69% of the
remaining delegates. on tuesday, we go to winner-take-all in several, the majority of the republican states which is a big advantage so he i don't get a large share of delegates in a sweep. illinois, missouri, two states will vote, they have a huge pool, 120. to he does well it could offset ohio where kasich leads. >> what is at stake on tuesday, karl rove? >> marco rubio's candidacy, the viability is in question if he loses florida, the viability of john kasich's candidacy which is move if he loses ohio. but this contest is likely to go on. donald trump today has 460 delegates. the nontrump forces have 636. he has to pick up a net of 176 more delegates on tuesday than the combined opposition to take the lead.
we enter after this, the period march 1, the ides of man, the winner-take-all contest but the majority of delegates elected after tuesday are in proportion al or hybrid or winner take most states so we are likely to have a very contested pattern up to the convention. in the debate, anding comment, trump said all the candidates were asked what happened if someone goes to the convention with a lead and trump said i ought to go in, whoever gets to the top position opposed to solving the artificial number that by someone which is a very random number is called a majority. the fact is, we have had favor of the 16 elected republican presidents were not lead on the first ballot including abraham lincoln who was running third on the first two ballots and nominated on the third. >> you hear from trump backers
who are republicans there will be a great revolt with the republican establishment if trump goes in leading firm close to having the necessary delegates and is the establishment forces the will. >> the party is likely to be bitterly divided no matter what the outcome because if you say i am the guy with 45% of delegates but i deserve the nomination the other 55%... >> the party is in trouble. >> in crisis. >> we only is four more months to discuss this. next, both democratic candidates condemn the violence at trump rallies as they deal with their occupy issues like the clinton e-mail scandal. relook.
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>> the issue new is donald trump has to be loud and clear and tell his supporters that violence at rallies is not what america is about and tonight it. >> if you play with matches you can start a fire. you country control it. that is not leadership. that is political arson. >> democratic candidates hillary clinton and bernie sanders joining forces to attack donald trump for the violence at the recent rallies. we are back now with the panel. now, democratic politics. bernie sanders won a close but, still, should being victory over
hillary clinton in michigan. he said it will spring board him to the nomination. (1), does it change the overall dynamic of the democratic race, and if it does not, "2", what -- (2) what does it adevelop about vulnerabilities? >> the average is not a single poll showed him ahead and her lead in the average was 21.4% of all of the polls and he eked out 1% victory he got a bigger break in the delegates because his vote was spread more widely across the state getting 63 to her 58. it allows us to have more entertainment on excitement on the democratic contest but there will be other instances in states with substantial white populations and democratic primary he will pull off a victory and she will win like that night in mississippi 85% to 14 are% and taking 29 delegates
to his 4 delegates. >> does it reveal weaknesses? >> absolutely. a systematic problem with her and the democrats, there was an interesting article saying the impending republican advantage, blue collar people working class people are coming unglued from the democratic party and we see that when they can not go for the democratic front runner. this cop test was over before it began because of the 712 super degrees, 766 elected and 551 for him but among the unelected super delegates, the husband of alreadies of democratic part it is 465 for her so far and 225 for him i merchandise they have patrols looking for the 25 others. >> and there is the f.b.i. investigation into hillary clinton's private e-mail server and we showed you during a break how she bristled in the last debate jorge ramos raised the question whether she with drop
out if indicted. on the other hand, with no sign that a grand jury has even been impaneled to hear evidence, this will take months at the least. >> we distant know. the must important thing that came out this week was the news that justice department has given immunity to the guy that maintained the server at hour house, a state department employee. i would argue that people have kept focused on the national security question whether she mishandled the classifyied information but fox reported the f.b.i. is investigating the question of whether there was unseemly intersection between her official duties at the state department and the work that was continue at the clinton foundation and they are looking at this widely. will that take more time? maybe she could be on the hook for something far more than classified information. >> there was another ifing moment in the democratic debate
this week when hillary clinton moved well to the left of president obama on immigration policy and she ledged as president she would not she in as president, she could not deport any illegal immigrants in this country now unless they were violent criminals. take a look at this exchange. >> you would stop those deportations? >> i would stop -- >> those for children and those who don't have a criminal people. >> of the undocumented people living in our country, i do not want to see them deported. i want to see them on a path to citizenship. that is exactly what i will do. >> julie, what do they make of that at the white house? >> well, this is part of what we've seen happen with hillary clinton on a lot of issues in this democratic primary. and it's primarily the influence of bernie sanders, which is democratic party has moved to the left. and bernie sanders has really exposed that, broken that wide open. if she sticks with some of the positions that he's had
previously, even some of the positions that barack obama has, she's out of step with the majority of democratic voters. i think if she becomes the nominee, there's potentially going to be a very important moment this we do see border as we've seen in past years, where she is going to have to answer questions about what she would do with people who are coming across the border, young children coming across the border, families coming across the border. but again, i think this speaks more to the democratic party has moved than where bernie sanders has taken it than anyone else. >> i understand the politics of clinton trying to fend off sanders and also her desire to try to mobilize the hispanic base in a general election. but when you say that you are pledging as president, you will not deport any illegal immigrants. i'm notl talking about donald trump's round-up ofan 11 millio people. no illegal immigrants unless they're violent criminals. first of all, is that legal? and secondly, do you run the risk of a backlash in a general election by some people who may say we do need to do something
to enforce our borders? >> well, clearly donald trump has stirred tremendous passions in the country on the immigration issue. that's really the launching point for the campaign. in the latino community nationwide, so i'm not just talking about in florida where everybody is right now in terms of the political focus. i'm talking nationwide, there is a revulsion, not only at the anti-immigrant tone of trump's campai campaign, but anger at president obama for his high level of deportation, exceeding what took place under president bush. >> don't you think a potential republican candidate, whether it's trump orot somebody s else going to be able to say in a general election, really? you're not going to deport any illegal immigrant? they can all stay here if they haven't committed a crime? >> i think the contrary position, chris, would be to say exactly how do you plan to deport all these people? are you going to line up buses? >> president obama's deporting them right tnow. >>s no, he's deporting people - he's going after specific
targetedig groups at a very hig group. >> right. i'm talking about continuing that. >> i'm talking about in terms of political passions. i think the democrats and especially hillary clinton feel the need to appeal to the latino community on an issue that is number one in their minds. so they're playing to that base. if you're talking about a subsequent backlash, i don't see it. >> what's involved here is the rule of law. the president of the united states has no authority to suspend the immigration laws. there's not one mind on the latinoma community on this. the mayors in the rio grande valley arere irritate ed and and about not enough people being deported. these are latino mayors who understand this influx of illegals, particularly children and families is overrunning their social safety network. >> thank you, panel. see you next sunday. up next, our power player of the week. a political newsvi start-up finding different ways to
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millennials. it has found its audience. 30 million different visitors a month. making it one of the top five news sites in the country. >> we have more vine views than any other news organization in america. which are six-second news bytes of a story. >> it was vine on trump's hands. >> i've always had people say donald, you have the most beautiful hands. actually, i'm 6'3", not 6'2". but he said i had small hands. >> and trump and cruz at the last fox debate. >> count to ten, donnell. count to ten. >> when we think about the news coverage and the audience we're reaching, we want to create experiences for them, which they value more than anything else. they want to feel like they're there. >> and the independent journal review are honored to be here in manchester. >> when ijr co-sponsored a debate, they created a 360 experience, so you could put yourself in the hall. they got 10 million views for
this article, where a husband calculated it would cost him $70,000 a year to pay for all the things his stay at home wife does. >> machine gun bacon. >> but what really put ijr on the map this election are its videos, like lindsey graham showing what it felt like when donald trump gave out his cell phone number. with replays on cable news, that got 62 million views. i met with their video team. >> i mean, seriously, you all got attention deficit disorder? >> yes, yes. >> we're actually looking at the stats on viewer v.i.ship and af ten minutes it tanks. >> he was the director for the republican senatorial committee, when he realized for millions of young people, their front page is now facebook or their e-mail
inbox. >> i made a bet is the reason is i was frustrated that there was a large part of america that was being ignored. we've had a really amazing month. >> ijr now has a staff of more than 100. and as part of a company that also runs a republican consulting firm, but he says the news website is independent. >> our team is completely separate from -- it's two separate companies. so there's zero conflict at all. >> now 29, he wants ijr to be the media breakout star of 2016. >> we get e-mails. thank you for showing me this perspective. you're actually listening to us. you're allowing us to be a part of the conversation. so there's nothing better to me than when someone says they're a fan of what we're doing. and thank you. now this program note. be sure to tune to fox news channel tuesday at 7:00 p.m. eastern for full coverage of the latest super tuesday. including winner take all
contests in florida and ohio. karl rove and i will be back as the campaign cowboys crunching the numbers as they come in. and that's it for today. have a great week, and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." fox urgent reports a terrorist attack abroad with u.s. diplomats targeted. among them, our assistant secretary of commerce. we are working the story. more on it in moments as we get it. and if you're just tuning into the news on this sunday, a lot to know in the political race for the white house. the second super tuesday approaching as republican candidates in particular with fiery words to set things up on "fox report." watch. >> i'm going to win here in ohio with the support of the folks here who have seen their lives improve. >> we have a president that doesn't have a clue. he doesn't know what's going on. and the people of this country are angr