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>> that sounds yummy. >> well-spoken voters there. thank you very much. and let's keep talking about the race for the white house. what are your predictions for super tuesday number two? join the conversation at #keeptalking. >> a big day, and "fox & friends" starts right now. have a good day, everyone. bye. join me in the white house to make our country all it should be. >> we are going to create an economy that works for working people, not just the billionaires. >> there is only one campaign in a position to beat donald trump and win the republican nomination. >> we will address our problems right here in our hometown and revive the spirit of america right here. >> you have to be honest. you have to be correct, and you have to be truthful. you can't say whatever you want to say. >> get out tomorrow and vote.
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think about your children. think about your family. get out tomorrow and vote. okay? >> well, tomorrow is today, and live from new york city and florida and ohio and all across the country, it's "fox & friends." look at the lineup. >> it's going to be a great show. we have donald and eric trump. we have john kasich, laura ingraham, and we are live with voters in florida. anna kooiman is talking to people in west palm beach, finding out who they're going to vote for. >> when you say, i'd like a table for three, please, and anna sits with you. that's why you have four sides, baby. and she can hop from table to table to get a sense of what's happening in that state. there's so much more than ohio and florida. you got proportional states. but missouri, north carolina, and illinois do matter a lot. >> we're talking a lot about the republican side. over on the democratic side, hillary clinton is in the fight of her life in three states. supposed to be a cakewalk for her. we've got a lot to talk about on
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this super tuesday, too. by the way, that name is terrible. >> we like super duper, right? >> come up with a new name for today. we'll tuesday all morning long. new name for this super tuesday two or whatever it is. >> how about definitely not monda monday? >> beware of the ides of march and -- >> the anniversary of the debut of "eight is enough." >> very important. donald trump looking for a knockout on this super tuesday part two to push him to the nomination on the republican side. >> up for grabs for the republicans, you have 99 delegates down in the state of florida. you have 66 in ohio. both of those states, as you know, are winner take all. in illinois, you have 69 delegates up for state. in north carolina, 69. missouri, 52. >> the democratic side, 246 delegates at stake in florida. 159 in ohio. 182 in illinois.
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122 in north carolina. 71 in missouri. they stage it a lot higher on the democratic side. >> guess what, we have fox team coverage this super tuesday part two. we have more live from hialeah, but we'll start with molly in blacklick, ohio. good morning to you, molly. >> reporter: good morning, steve, ainsley, and brian. great to be with you today. the suspense is definitely in the buckeye state. as we wait for these dramatic results this evening, donald trump has tweaked his schedule, very interesting. the latest real clear politics poll shows that kasich, john kasich, the governor here, has been up by a slight margin, really within the margin of error. former massachusetts governor and 2012 republican nominee mitt romney has joined him on the campaign trail. for kasich, remember, this is a winner-take-all home state. a must-win. he has yet to win a primary or caucus and trails in the delegate count. donald trump did not let the governor hold all the limelight here. shifting his schedule to make a last-minute hard push, canceling a rally florida to hold a rally
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just outside of youngstown, ohio. >> this is a place i want to win. this is the place, this is going do it. ohio is going to make america great again. [ cheers ] kasich cannot make america great again. can't do it. he can't do it. >> i am asking you as sincerely as i can, you got to get out with everybody you know and give me a vote so i can continue running for president of the united states. thank you all very much. god bless. >> reporter: meanwhile, the race is tight for the democrats, as well. secretary hillary clinton leading senator bernie sanders. she was up ahead of the michigan primary, as well. and sanders achieved the upset win there. the question now, will sanders do it again and start racking up victories in the midwest? more than 400,000 voters have cast their ballots here in ohio
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via absentee. they close at 7:30 this evening. what a better place to be on election day than at the polls? back to you. >> that's right. the 604 pulls in to blacklick, ohio. >> get out of the way! >> let's hope it's not the 5:58 because then it's late. >> we have the countdown at the bottom of the screen. last poll closes at 8:00. let's turn to florida. senator marco rubio is feeling the heat. boy is he. >> phil keating is in hialeah where polls are open in less than an hour. >> reporter: hey, brian. hialeah, florida, has the state's largest concentration of cuban americans. and fellow cuban and florida senator marco rubio is going to need every single one of these votes. inside this precinct, those are some of the voting booths. we've got volunteers and workers already on hand. in less than 60 minutes, our first in-person voting will
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transpire. already 2.6 million floridians have already voted, voting early in this election which is nearly a record. we'll see how it pans out throughout the day. as for marco rubio, criss-crossing the state yesterday in the north in jacksonville, hitting city after city, rally after rally, ending up in west miami, his hometown, last night. he abandoned the stage, sat on the bed of a pickup truck. when the p.a. system broke, he grabbed a bullhorn to pump up the crowd. consistently, state poll after poll shows donald trump with a commanding lead in florida. 19 points ahead of rubio. in fact, some polls have rubio even behind ted cruz in florida. rubio says don't believe the polls. >> polls this cycle have been crazy and way off. both in michigan on the democratic side, virginia, and other places on the republican side. those polls are not accurate. there is not a 20-point gap going on.
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they're irrelevant. >> reporter: billionaire donald trump held a rally yesterday afternoon up in tampa, florida. on hand. former alaska governor sarah palin pumping up the crowd there. he won a pretty big endorsement in the state of florida. attorney general pam bonnie, the highest elected female in the state. this as some other groups are running these women ads targeting trump's previous comments. disparaging women. back to you. >> phil keating live in hialeah where it's noisy in florida, as well. thank you. >> too early to be that noisy, right? trains coming in. >> yeah. everyone's got to get to work. let's talk about florida and with marco rubio saying forget about the polls, it doesn't matter because i know it's a lot closer. keep in mind, too, the early polling had marco rubio coming out it a strong start. and in the big picture, if marco rubio falls by the wayside, if he goes down by what the polls say now, i think a lot of go back to the cnn report from a couple of weeks ago.
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>> which said? >> last week when they said there's a sense amongt higher ups in the rubio camp that hay should disband before they -- that they should disband before they go to florida. remember, two weeks friar went from a 20-point deficit to an eight-point deficit in a matter of five days. >> i think the thing that undid marco rubio, i think, was at the debate. he started repeating himself. i mean, he said verbatim the same thing five times. >> he bounced back from there. marco robot oh thing, that was not helpful, took a while to shake off. he started going after trump like trump would go after somebody. and it simply didn't work for him. and then he apologized. he said, i'm embarrassed that i did that, i shouldn't have done it. my kids didn't like it. my wife didn't like it. >> i almost felt sorry when he said that. as parents, you realize we make mistakes, and your kids see the mistakes. for him, it's so public. he apologized, and he said he -- he felt bad about that.
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and -- >> yeah, if he loses today in florida, this would be the worst home turf loss since glore loal lost in 2000. >> if donald trump takes ohio and florida, he is the winner and the two-man race to cruz. that's what cruz said. that's what cruz wants to happen. cruz has already campaigned for the march 22nd election in arizona and utah. moving forward, planning for the two-man race. >> by the way, marco rubio says i'm going to utah. i don't know what you're talking about. win or lose, i've got a 50-state strategy. let's talk about "the new york times." i give them credit. they wrote yesterday about donald trump. i think they had one intention and conclusion, and i thought they'd come out with. it was a much different fact-finding mission that emerged. they printed the article anyway. >> what did they find? >> they went to the tampa office that trump had rented there. and they found inside, they found lifelong republicans working it.
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they found libertarians and found a number of lifelong democrats, too. they found some immigrants, as well. and these were people across all spectrum, all ages. what they had found in this character of donald trump and the persona of donald trump was somebody who would stand up to washington because as they talked about, they said the great recession had exposed a corrupt, out-of-touch ruling class in d.c. that allows big corporations to outsource jobs while doing nothing to address millions of illegals who compete for jobs and drain government coffers. donald trump is so rich, he's not beholden to anybody. he's going to work for the people. and that's what the people like who work for him, who i should point out, volunteer for him. >> let's put up a quote, "for a campaign prktly depicted as offering a rallying point for the white working class, the people volunteering to help mr. trump are noteworthy for their ethnic diversity. they include a young woman who recently arrived from peru, an immigrant from the philippines. a 70-year-old lakota indian, a teenage son of russian
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immigrants, a mexican american." donald trump kept saying he was expanding the party. maybe this is proof that he has done that. >> at least in florida -- with the office and who he has. i'm curious to see. i know i talked to donald trump jr. he was telling the story about the driver that he had when he was growing up, security reasons. that guy ends up, hispanic guy, ends up running a hotel. the first female foreman in a new york city project, worked on the trump tower. the donald trump -- all the stories he may have in his coffers that may form the nomination. i haven't heard that, haven't seen the 30-second spot. >> coming up after the news, we'll hear from a lifelong democrat who has always voted democrat, and this time she's going to pull the lever for donald trump. you'll find out why in two minutes. >> yeah. all right. in the meantime, more headlines from our friend over there. hey, heather. >> good morning, everyone. you know, talking about donald trump, sarah palin, of course, endorsed him not long ago. a tragedy took place yesterday.
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it is a fox news alert. we are learning how badly her husband, todd, was injured after a snowmobile crash that took place back home. right now he's recovering from surgery. he had a collapsed lung and eight fractured ribs, also injuries to his collarbone and knees. the former governor expressed her thanks during a rally for donald trump in tampa before she had to cancel other campaign stops and then fly home to alaska to be with her husband. listen. >> thank you guys for your prayers for my husband who is recovering right now in icu after a little wreck on a snow machine. so thank you. >> gosh. must have so upset. she's so strong in that regard. we sure love todd palin. palin writing on facebook, "knowing todd, once he's cognizant, he'll probably ask doctors to duct tape him up, and he'll call it good. he is tough." indeed. another fox news alert. a real tragedy to tell you about here. three chicago police officers shot in the line of duty overnight. their attacker is now dead this morning. officers were investigating a drug report on the city's west
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side when they saw two suspicious people. when the officers approached the suspects, a man took off running and then started shooting. one officer returned fire, hitsing that suspects. all of the officers expected to survive. and a virginia man is fighting for isis and surrendered in iraq. he has been identified as 27-year-old muhammad jamal ahmid from alexandria, virginia. a turkish news agency saying he surrendered to the kurds in northern iraq yesterday and now is being held for interrogation. officials say he was carrying a lot of cash, three cell phones, and a u.s. driver's license. those are your headlines. we'll see what happens to that guy next. can't send him to gitmo. >> not anymore. thank you. >> thanks. meanwhile, ahead, donald trump not just drawing support from republicans. >> we've taken in millions and millions and millions of people. they came out from the democrats. they came as the independents.
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>> part of donald trump's winning strategy is his appeal across party lines. as voters come out in droves, could democrats be the donald's secret weapon to winning votes in the rust belt? joining us is a democrat her whole voting life, and she's supporting donald trump now. she's also the founder of not before coffee -- notbeforecoffee.com, and joins us from indianapolis. gala, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> okay. so i know you took your kids to see hillary talk about barack obama when they were running against each other years ago. at that point, you were squarely a democrat, right? >> yes, i was. >> what has happened the last couple of years? >> the most defining moment for me was katy steinling. the fact that donald trump had acknowledged her multiple times, and our -- our sitting president has yet to acknowledge her.
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>> okay. and of course, she was murdered in san francisco. she was shot by a bullet out of a gun of a man in -- an illegal in san francisco. >> right. >> and so trump was very clear. anti-sanctuary city. san francisco is sanctuary city. that's when you first said, okay, he's got my vote. but there were other things. you have read his book, and i also understand you've got family members who are union members, whose jobs have been outsourced. and his approach to jobs is also something that has interested you. >> right. i've grown up near anderson, indiana. and -- which was a big auto industry town. it's become a ghost town because so many jobs have left and gone to mexico. and carrier that donald trump keeps mentioning on the campaign trail. that's hit close to home. we've watched a lot of the jobs go to mexico.
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and it's devastating. >> absolutely. especially for folks in indiana and ohio and places like that. you have been a democrat your whole life. >> yes. >> you're on tv this morning talking about how you're going to vote for this republican guy. what do your neighbors and friends think about this? >> actually, i've had a few that have tried to sway me back over to the democratic side. growing up, my grandpa was always a democrat. he threatened family and said if we ever voted anything but democrat, he'd come back to haunt us. these right-hand my grandpa's democrats. this party is no longer my party. it's a party of enabling, they enable people to stay weak and poor and full of excuses. it's just not my grandpa's democrats. >> that's why you're going to vote for donald trump when given
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the chance. >> exactly. >> thank you very much for joining us from indianapolis. >> thank you. >> what do you think about that? ladies, there's a scientific reason you're hitting the snooze button. dr. samadi here with why women need more sleep than guys. (boy) ma, pa - why do we settle for cable?
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after recent spikes in terror activity and crime. merkel's response, germans should be patient with her plan because it's not changing. wow. good morning, ladies. if you're hitting the snooze button this morning, there's a scientific reason for that. a new study suggests women need 20 more minutes of sleep than men each night. the question is, why? >> that's why we brought in the doctor. you don't ask questions like that -- he's from the fox medical a team, dr. david samadi. is this reality? >> i knew you asked that. the study from british and also there's one from duke that says that your brain and brian's brain are completely separate. >> in what way? >> more complex -- >> it's much more complex. and the wiring of the brain -- >> i've been telling you that. >> it's not one is smarter than the other even though that's where he's going to go with this. it's the wiring of the brain is completely different. when you go shopping, the way you shop for clothing, you go through -- this is well studied.
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you spend about an hour and a half looking for the clothing. you pick up everything. you're more detail oriented. you really dig in extra layers -- >> called therapy. >> that's what it is. and then after three hours, you may walk out with nothing. the way brian and myself, we go shopping, and you know, this company, they know this because they put all the stuff in the first 20 feet of the store. you go in, we know what we want. we want to get out. that's. it our brain works different. you are multitasking, you put more in your brain like a computer that has a lot more windows open. so you need to get an extra 20 minutes or hour of sleep in order to clear everything. lack of sleep is detrimental to everyone's health, including mostly women, and now they're finding out that both physically and psychologically when you don't get your seven hours of sleep, more susceptible to stroke, heart disease, obesity, depression, stress, and on and on. >> and crankiness. >> crankiness, which you are not. you get enough sleep. >> i sleep. >> really, you want to make sure you get your seven hours of
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sleep. and that's really important. now -- >> hostility -- there's no pill for that. >> or do less shopping. >> right. >> so how do you do this? a lot of people have problems sleeping. and the big message is to really invest in a good mattress. make sure you have a nice pillow. room temperature is good, about 65 degrees. get rid of all the tech next to you, iphone, ipads, all of this before you go to sleep can keep you awake. and these are very, very important. for a lot of people who absolutely have tried everything and can't sleep, little supplement like melatonin, small dose, can push them enough to be able to get good, deep realm sleep which is great for your health. >> women say, we had the same amount of sleep, but i'm more tired, there's a reason. they can multitask better. they've got more on their minds. >> we do a lot more work. we need extra sleep because we're exhausted. that's what it is. >> thanks, doctor. >> thanks, good to see you. >> the scientific community has spoken. >> thank you very much. good job. a shocking confession from that uber driver that was
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charged in n a shooting spree. the app made me do it. that's what he says. could that actually hold up in court? >> then, anna is serving up pancakes and politics in florida. we'll find out if that party's happy to see anna. >> they are. everyone's happy to see anna. >> reporter: good morning, everyone at home. this whole table, you guys cleaned your plates. you were hungry. politics and pancakes coming up from florida. all eyes the sunshine state. 99 delegates, winner take all up for grabs. we'll be talking to voters. who do they like, who do they not like, and why. first, happy birthday to bret michaels, he is 53 today. happy birthday. ♪ red lobster's lobsterfest is back.
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[ cheers ] it's guy gets taken out. did you see this? probably not. a protester ate marco rubio rally gets shoved down. this happened on january 6th. while everybody's talking about the violent supposedly at the -- violence supposedly at the donald trump rallies, none of the evening shows covered this that night s. there a double standard? is the candidate responsible? >> that's the question. can you blame the candidate for a supporter inciting violence in the crowd? >> put it this way, there's no way you can take one incident and compare it to donald trump's myriad of incidents. but the thing, is people who show up for donald trump rallies are there for donald trump. the people who cause an uproar are against donald trump. the question, if you have supporters, and to me they get
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excited because their candidate tells them to go crazy, if they leave the donald trump rally and start destroying the starbucks down the street, and the drive-thru at burger king, that's an issue. >> which they have done. >> they come together, and what my analogy is, if you're a yankee fan screaming for the yankees in a red sox bark, you'll get beat up. technically that's wrong, but you should not go into a red sox bar as a yankee fan. >> good analogy. >> we're showing the double standard. everybody was talking about, oh, look at the thing at the trump rallies. these are outside agitator who's have gone in -- agitators who have gone in, black lives matter, moveon.org, the bernie people, whatnot. here's this incident in january, and none of the networks actually covered it. they're showing double standard -- >> the supporter at a hillary clinton event, would the mainstream media cover it? i don't think so. many florida voters say the coverage of what the media calls trump violence has made them
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even more convinced that they want to vote for him. how will the majority of floridians vote today on this super-duper tuesday? let's ask anna kooiman, live at testa's restaurant in palm beach, florida. good morning to you, anna. >> reporter: hey, ainsley, brian, steve, good morning to you at home. many are saying this is do or die for senator neighbor his home state. 99 delegates, winner take all up for grabs. what we're noticing here and we are in palm beach which is close to trump headquarters, this is his home -- second home anyway, not far from here. you see a lot of make america great again hats all over the place. hey, good morning, sir. what's your name? >> richard bernstein. >> reporter: i can tell who you're supporting. why do you like mr. trump? >> lease a businessman. we need someone to make sure we get rid of the debt and clean everything up in washington. make sure that everybody has a say and most important thing is that he'll make our country great again. >> reporter: you've been eating the pancakes i understand for 50 years here at testa's. is that right?
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>> that's correct. i went to high school down in west palm beach. been coming for over 50 years. and they're great people. they're the best. they deserve the best, too. >> reporter: yeah. that's why we're here, too. we hear the food is great. i haven't been able to eat yet. vile to steal some of your pancakes in a bit. >> are you welcome to. >> reporter: thank you. your name? >> candace snyder. >> reporter: why do you like donald trump? >> i believe he's the only one equipped to make america safe. we've been members of the clubs for over 50 years. i believe in him. and as a mom, living -- i've been coming here for over 40 years, but i lived in boston also and having gone through the marathon bomber and all of that, i really believe him. i really do. i think america should give him a chance. he is so committed to excellence in everything he does. he's a great dad and -- >> reporter: senator rubio made a last swing through the i-95 corridor from jacksonville down
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to west miami yesterday. really trying to get his home state. do you funding he doesn't win today he ought to drop out of the race? do you think he ought to stay in? >> rubio? drop out. i really neil -- and i don't want them to have a brokerage convention either. i think they should give mr. trump a chance. i think he'll be fabulous. i really do. >> reporter: thank you very much. another friend here from michigan. and you are a kasich supporter. why? >> i am. the governor's got that executive experience that i like a lot. i think the senator's challenge is stepping up to being in a position of having to make all those decisions all the time is hard to do. and i also think that he'll bring us where we need to go but at a measured pace. i think you have to -- you have to understand how much damage has been done, and it's going to take time to turn it around. as soon as you show us a pathway toward those changes, we'll invest against that. >> great. thank you very much. well, ainsley, brian, steve, the numbers here from the most recent monmouth university poll have trump at 44%, rubio at 27%,
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cruz at 17%, and kasich at 9%. back to you. >> okay. there's anna on one of the main drags in palm beach, florida, at testa's. i've eaten there a million times. stand by because eric trump, don of donald trump, will be drive being a mile to be with you and talk to some of the folks there a little later on this tuesday, super-duper tuesday morning. >> might have a tab there to still the breakfast on. >> thank you. now to heather with the headlines. good morning. >> good morning. having breakfast so early. showered and out the door. bunch of productive folks. good morning to you all. a couple headlines to bring you now. you know that uber driver who was charged in last month's deadly shooting spree in kalamazoo, michigan? he now says that the devil and uber made him do it. jason dalton told cops an "artificial presence overtook him when he accepted a fare in the uber app." he also claims he's not a killer but says he knows that he
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nowhere to go. >> and severe storms slammed south carolina. hail the size of golf balls dumped on several areas. maria molina is tracking this. >> reporter: good morning. we could be seeing more severe weather today across parts of the midwest. i want to look at the weather conditions that we're forecasting across the nation with kind of like an election focus. you see that we have some of the highlighted states where people are going to be heading toward the polls and voting today. places like missouri, illinois, and ohio could be a little on the stormy side as the storm system swings through that region. in north carolina and also in florida, things look relatively quiet out there. we're not anticipating any weather-related issues through the afternoon and evening hours. that, of course, is welcome news. across northeastern parts of missouri, also into illinois, you do have the risk for storms today. some of them could bring severe weather in the form of damaging winds, large hail, and even isolated tornadoes. and temperatures, by the way,
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across florida are going to be toasty. forecasting a high at 87 degrees in the city of miami. let's head back inside. >> great day to vote. thank you very much. >> all right. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. liberal protesters trying to silence donald trump at his rallies. [ cheers ] >> free speech is protected. hate speech is not protected. >> isur founding fathers intended when they granted us the right to free speech? judge napolitano is up next. there he is. trugreen presents the yardley's. sfx: leaf blower dad! sorry.
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many of donald trump's opponents and bernie sanders' supporters seem to have a different interpretation of freedom of speech. [ bleep ] >> please step down! please step down! [ chanting ] >> bernie! bernie! bernie! [ shouting ] >> free speech is protected. hate speech is not protected. free speech, not hate speech. >> the city felt that trump didn't reflect what they wanted, then so be it. let the city speak. >> you've been having fox news, fox news, fox news. >> can you say something? >> fox news. >> that's college today. [ laughter ] >> what do some think about that? let's ask judge andrew napolitano. got a laugh out of that. >> i did at the older fellow saying that's college today. the kids, all they said was fox
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news. trying to frustrate jeff who cannot be frustrated. virtually everything we saw of an example of protected free speech in a loud, raucous environment. people can shout out almost anything they want. because donald trump, we're talking about chicago now, his campaign, leased the venue, they have the right to use it for the purpose for which they leased it which is to give a speech. the event sue owned by the government. people have the right to express opinions, different from donald trump's. we have property rights and free speech rights. when the protest reaches such a level that donald trump or whoever leased the space can't speak, that can't use it for the reason for which they leased it, then the people that caused that to happen can be removed. they're not being removed because of their political opinions. they're being removed because their behavior is preventing the -- the guy who spent the money on the space from using the space. >> not necessarily violence. could be someone who's too loud. and you can't hear donald trump speaking. >> yes. the people we saw chanting and
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screaming in that loud arena, that occurred before he spoke. at that time period, virtually anything goes. even hate speech at that time period, virtually anything goes. >> all right. what is the obligation of the police? >> the obligation of the police is to do a couple of things. to protect the right of the speaker to speak, to deliver his message, to protect the right of the people there to hear him. to hear him, and to protect the right of the protesters to protest without materially interfering with giving the speech. >> that's great. >> the first amendment protects all of those -- protects the right to speak, protects the right to listen. and it protects the right to disagree. >> a few people can ruin it for everyone. the people that are there to hear donald trump or anyone of the candidates speak, they're there to learn about the candidate. so they can go to the polls and make a good decision. >> when trump calls for police and says "get them out of there," it's the them that are physically preventing people from hearing trump, he's absolutely correct to do it.
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what about the issue of violence? trump says, punch them in the stomach, and i'll pay your legal bills. >> can he be prosecuted -- >> if the punch doesn't occur for five minutes or for five hours, he is not liable. he is only liable if there's an immediate reaction to what he says. here's the law -- all harmless speech is absolutely protected. and all speech is harmless when there's time for more speech to neutralize it. >> time. time is key. >> time is the issue. in all of the cases where the violence occurred, none of it was immediately in response to anything trump said. i'm saying none of it. i don't know if i've seen all of it, but i've seen virtually all that we've been showing. >> judge, thank you. >> love that blue you're wearing. >> thank you. like the red. it is super tuesday. speaking of trump, he and john kasich are deadlocked in the buckeye state. our next guest says ohio's about to get even uglier, but for who? details coming up next. you can't predict
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it's time to take a closer look. when i win ohio and continue to take this program forward, it going to send such a positive message to the world don't doubt america. it's coming back. >> if we win florida and we win
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ohio, we can go and attack hillary. no more attacking each other. >> john kasich hoping for a home state advantage, just like ted cruz got in texas and in today's highly contested primary in ohio. no republican primary not winning the white house without taking that primary. how crucial are the results? very. let's ask john mclaughlin, and all eyes are on ohio. first poll we'll pull up is month mouth -- monmouth, what do you see here? >> well, monmouth t numbers that they have here right now, they show trump surging, pulling into the closer race. what's happening is john kasich had more of the vote in the earlier polls. early voting in the states and the early voters -- they stopped taking calls from pollsters so kasich may do better than expected, but trump going in to try to win that state. that's the knockout pun. it appears he's pulling away in florida. >> right.
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a difference, a five point advantage for the governor who has a 73% approval rating for the state. look at the q poll. it's a dead heat. 38-38 with ted cruz taking 16% and marco rubio virtually invisible. >> right. kasich had a wider lead a week or two ago. now it's closing. some of he's going on is these last -- the polls change like on a dime right now. because it's so volatile. what's happening is that the occupy wall street, the moveon.org, that's backfiring and helping trump. >> so interesting because you see for the first time in a long time, except for the week one at a debate, trump going after kasich saying hey, he was with wall street for a while. when it cops to your state -- comes to your state he was for nafta and free trade has hurt you in manufacturing. >> yeah, but kasich is a popular governor. >> it's not going to work? >> it's reaffirming trump's
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anti-washington credentials. he's an anti-washington vote. i like the governor, the governor doing a good job, but i want to send washington a message and i'll stick with trump. >> right. >> you have trump surging in ohio in some the polls. one has him dead even, the other has kasich a little ahead. they could be wrong. as the final 24 hours go in and today is the election day, the polls have been surging to trump. >> that's why he cancelled his event in florida. he went right to ohio yesterday. let's head to head with hillary clinton and who is struggling throughout the midwest. head to head against trump, hillary clinton with a six point advantage. look at kasich in ohio, not only does he do better in that state, in that state that's so skrietal, 57 to 36 advantage. >> he's the home court favorite. if trump doesn't beat kasich today in ohio, kasich may become the top leading candidate for vice president for trump. because it's such a pivotal
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swing state that you need -- kasich doesn't have numbers like that necessarily anywhere else. with trump and hillary, nationally last month we had six out of ten voters unfavorable for both. or 60% were unfavorable to trump. it's such an ugly race coming up and ohio is just like that. >> who do you hate least? it really hurts when governor kasich was hedging on even supporting him should he get that nomination. that'll hurt. >> he only has to say i'll support the republican nominee. >> but he didn't. john mclaughlin, thanks so much. we're just getting started on super tuesday 3. donald and eric trump will be here separately. then governor john kasich here live and laura ingraham who not running for office but knows a lot. we'll check back with anna because she's breakfast with just about everybody. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies. then your eyes may see it differently.
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it's not about the latest soap opera. of donald trump terrorizing some poor hapless reporter. >> this country is not about us tearing one another down or having fistfights at a campaign rally. >> being humble is a weakness and being vain and self-absorbed is somehow a virtue. >> this campaign is telling donald trump and others we will not accept for one second their bigotry and xenophobe ya. >> the message that love trumps hate. >> go to your doctor he tells you you'll be dead in three week, doesn't matter. get out tomorrow and vote. think about your children. think about your family. >> a nice thought. okay. that's an analogy and an image we don't want to think about. taking that image, these are the
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guests still coming up today. >> everybody was talking about donald trump. we have donald trump himself. he'll be joining us from the trail. also his son eric trump is going to be joining us. john kasich who would like to win ohio, his home state, he's going to be joining us. laura ingraham, a great observer of all things political will be dialing in an hour from now. >> watching the circus last night on showtime, i cannot believe the size of kasich's crowds as he gains momentum. >> yeah. anna kooiman is live down in florida. she is making breakfast for some of the folks down there. >> and in palm beach. >> that's right. good job. you flipped it without spraying the batter everywhere. that's hard to do. >> i'm not sure that's acceptable at wihop. that was a little big. >> you get more bang for your buck. >> when anna is there. >> we told you an hour ago, we have been calling it super tuesday 2 because super tuesday was a couple of weeks ago and
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then another super tuesday, actually three. actually for some -- asking for some suggestions. some say to call it "titanic" tuesday, one more going down. tell tale tuesday, terminator tuesday. uber tuesday. tumultuous tuesday or after listening to that entire sound bite montage, trump tuesday. >> what do you like better. >> tumultuous. >> i like super tuesday 3. it makes it very easy for me. more a super bowl roman numeral guy. >> it's too complicated. trump looking for a knockout to push him to the nomination. >> 367 delegates are up for grabs today. it is very important. florida and ohio the biggest winner take all states. >> well, we'll start with molly lion. hey, molly. >> reporter: hey, we're in one of the polling station, many of the stations we are seeing the
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lines forming. you know, a lot of action here in the buckeye state. a lot of suspension as well. things have been very close here, a dead heat particularly on the gop side. now, governor john kasich, this is his home state. and he's put a lot of energy in here. also joining him on the trail, 2012 republican nominee, mitt romney. kasich has yet to claim a victory. he has been lagging behind in the delegate count and is depending on a big winner take all win here. donald trump has not allowed the governor to have the state himself. canceling a rally in florida, to hold a rally outside of youngstown, ohio. >> we are going to win, win, win. we'll win so much. you are going to be so proud of your country again. i love you all, ohio. you can make the difference. you can make the difference. tell your friends, vote for trump. i promise you i am going to do such a great job. you will look back two years
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from now, ten years from now, 20 years from now, you'll say that's the single greatest vote i ever cast. >> i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. >> reporter: meanwhile, the race is tight on the democratic side as well. secretary clinton was leading bernie sanders. and the question now will sanders be able to do it again? start racking up some wins here in the midwest. more than 400,000 voters have cast their ballots here in the buckeye state. as you can see the lines are already forming and the polls close tonight at 7:30. back to you guys. >> all right, molly line in black lick, ohio, thank you. go ahead. >> it makes sense that donald trump is not going to campaign in florida, because it looks like he's winning that state by a landslide. so he's going to ohio, focusing on that state because he's neck and neck with john kasich.
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but remember last week john kasich was ahead, i don't know what happened over the weekend that changed voters' mines. >> a late closer. also, last night in ohio, trump did something different. you have heard him on tv he goes, i go to the places and people say i never voted for -- i never voted in an election. people in their 60s and 70s. last night, he said how many people have never voted before? 200 hands went up. they were young, old, all across everything. something else he's got going for him is he has got the support of a number of life long democrats. in the first hour of the program we talked to a woman named gala barrett taylor. she's from the rust belt, indiana. this is a different time, calls for a different person and she's switching the party for the rich guy. >> when i was growing up my grandpa was always a democrat. in fact, he threatened family and if we ever voted anything
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but democrat he'd come back to haunt us. but these aren't my grandpa's democrats. >> sure. >> this party is no longer my party. it's party of enabling, they enable people to stay weak and poor and full of excuses. i'm -- it's not my grandpa's democrat. >> and that's -- that's what donald trump obviously hopes for. to get the reagan democrats but the problem is millennials. he's losing support with women. now for marco rubio, so confident is donald trump that he has left florida and he wants to double down in ohio yesterday. cancelled an event to go do that. the latest poll does not look good for marco rubio. he's trailing 46 to 22%. but as -- and 14% for ted cruz. cruz has taken a bite out of rubio. when he opened up 11 separate offices. the other theefrry is that -- theories is that we heard from john mclaughlin, the cuban community does not respond to the polls in south florida where
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marco rubio is the most popular, because number one, they speak spanish and the early voters don't respond to the polling. if they were going marco rubio's way, they might not respond and it might be closer than people think. marco rubio said yesterday don't believe the polls. >> the polls this cycle have been way off, both in michigan on the democratic side and other places on the republican side. there's not a 20-point gap here going on. but very relevant. >> one of the things about florida is it is a big state. you know, people think oh, florida, everybody votes the same. theyn't do. -- they don't. heather is here. she'll talk about the i-4 corridor. interstate 4 starts on the atlantic coast up high at daytona and goes at a 45 degree angle over tampa. >> that's right. you have people of different opinions over. there i want to talk about that. ainsley, earlier, you brought up the polls. a new monmouth poll that puts trump 17 points ahead of marco
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rubio. he cancelled his event last night in florida, heading to ohio. so that has really us thinking about how in his home state rubio could be nearly 20 points behind the new york thnative. for the most part, the economy and the state of florida, it's come back, but florida families are still hurting there. one-sixth living below the federal poverty line and they're worried about their economic futures and jobs especially among those who live in the i-4 corridor. listen. >> this country is not a country anymore. it's a business. you know? everybody's on the chopping block. >> i think that a lot of us are kind of operating out of fear, just trying to figure out who's not going to make the worst decisions for us. >> right. >> well, for some money it's simply tight. there's another new poll by bank rate that found most floridians
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thought that trump would make them more financially secure. some say they're looking to change their votes as a result. jerry delgado perez, this guy right here, he doesn't speak english. he said there's no work in puerto rico and little work in florida. he shares a room with another guy for $1,000 a month. he says there's nothing left over to help his family. interesting he voted for president obama. this time he says maybe trump. because trump is a business man. but there's another issue affecting marco rubio's poll numbers there. his changing position on the issue of immigration. we first ran -- when he first ran for senate, he wanted to secure the border and he was anti-amnesty. then that position changed once he got into the senate. he became a leader of the anti-amnesty -- of the amnesty bill. the floridians who did it the right way, who came in legally, they don't like that one bit. >> sure. and you know, we have been talking about, you know, if marco rubio lost his home state that would be terrible.
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but then again, jeb bush is from florida and he was -- and donald trump has been very effective in say, you know, i have property, i have employ a lot of people in florida. it's my second home. >> you brought up jeb bush. republicans i spoke to there was really upset with the fact that he ran against jeb bush. and that he didn't -- >> rubio. >> he wasn't more loyal to his mentor. a lot of issues running for president. from day one, they basically say. a lot of play there. >> yeah. >> thanks. >> meanwhile, if you're looking for anna kooiman we find her in palm beach. what are you seeing down there amongst the voters? >> where do you find her? around the breakfast again. around the same pancakes and egg. >> my kind of good morning. >> good morning to everybody at home. doocy, they are calling for you here. you spend a lot of time down here and everybody at tesla is loving "fox & friends" and i have kim, joe and justin and heather was talking about how important jobs are to voters. a big issue for them. and these are business owners. you own physical therapy centers
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and gyms. why do you like donald trump? >> he's lent -- he's relentless, he's a go getter. i believe he'll help make america great again. we see patients every day that come in with co-pays, $30, 40, $50, we need to do something about health insurance. >> how about you, sir? >> well, i think donald is a master negotiator and i think america needs a relentless leader right now. i think he has the ability to assemble a dream team of negotiators and business people that can bring the economy back in america. it's now or never. >> all right. you think he'll surround himself with -- we have applause here. this is trump country. mar-a-lago is not far from here. you're a u.s. veteran, what do like? >> i think he's a political soldier. look at everything that's coming
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at him and he still walks with the american flag proud, walks ahead of everybody. look at the polls. look at everything that's happening in this country. he is a leader and we need a leader right now. >> all right. you hear usa being chanted a lot. >> all right. this is trump territory. ainsley, steve and brian over to you. >> what about rubio folks? any of them showing up yet? >> there's not been a single senator rubio fan here, actually, yes. >> it's early. >> we have some kasich fans. we have had some people who said that they used to support other candidates, but they have -- it's all aboard the trump train. don't forget this is very close to mar-a-lago. >> that's true. a lot of people are voting for the person who think is able to win. they say any of the republican nominees are better than the alternative. >> right. if you're a republican. right. 12 minutes after the hour. you have heard the story before, illegals released from jail only to commit more crimes. the problem is worse than we
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good morning. welcome back. 17 minutes after hour. fox news alert. we are learning how badly sarah palin husband's is. he has a collapsed lung, injuries to his collarbone and his knees. the governor expressed her thanks during a rally for donald trump in tampa yesterday before flying home to alaska to be with her husband. listen. >> thank you you guys for my husband who is recovering in icu after a little wreck on a snow machine. so thank you. >> wow. how hard that must have been for the family. she's so strong. palin writing this on facebook, knowing todd once he's cognizant
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he'll probably ask docs to duct tape him up and call it good. he's tough. wishing them the very best. well, another fox news alert right know. three chicago police officers shot in the line of duty and their attacker is now dead this morning. the officers were investigating a drug bust on the city's west side when they saw two suspicious people. when the officers approached, the men took off, started running and shooting. one officer returned fire, hitting the suspect. all of the officers expected to be okay. and protests against donald trump in all the headlines this week. i think we have a look at this. >> that's right. will have that have a response on the primaries? >> that's right. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, somewhat of a chaotic weekend for trump. many of us have heard by now that he cancelled a rally here, estimates of 30,000 people showed up.
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we have seen some videos, some pushing and shoving, maybe some punches thrown. who's to blame, but in typical donald trump fashion he's seemed to remain unscathed. that only hardened the support and gave him more publicity. now i was at trump's rally in bloomington after the cancelled rally here in chicago. there he told his crowds that, hey, look, you know, the liberal protests of chicago, the voters of chicago don't represent my crowd. they don't represent the entire state of illinois. and one trump supporter we spoke to says he thinks what happened here was unfair to donald trump. take a listen. >> it just shows there's a polarity going on in the united states right now. and i think that, you know, it's good because people are expressing their view, i think freedom of speech. i think the protesters had their right to say what they wanted to say, but i believe donald trump should have been given the same right to speak. >> reporter: the average of
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polls here still indicate that trump is still the front-runner in illinois. ted cruz has been closing in on the lead. yesterday, the cruz campaign kind of reshuffled the schedule to add five more last minute veentsds -- events here. we have a polling station over here, and we haven't seen any people show up. we will see if this affects his bid. >> thank you, matt. everyone is talk about the violence at donald trump's rallies. well, donald doesn't see it. >> the movement and it's a love fest and we love each other. we'll do so well. >> that was trump yesterday. governor mike huckabee said we're witnessing a peaceful overthrow of the government. how much will you spend before popping the big? we have the big numbers and it will shock you. when dating becomes marriage.
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get married to. that takes 5 1/2 years before men make a decision. hey, ainsley. >> thank you. the mainstream media might say that the violence is growing but our next guest says we are witnessing a peaceful overthrow of the government. joining us now is former republican presidential candidate and arkansas governor, mike huckabee. good morning. thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure, ainsley, thank you. >> you're welcome. so we have seen the protests and a rally being cancelled, punches and pushes, but you wrote an article in newsmax that said trump leads a peaceful overthrow of the government. that do you mean by that? >> well, this is nothing less than somewhat of a revolution in america where people are so angry at their government, on both sides. democrat and republican. that they're putting forth candidates who say, we're not going to let this system continue. we're going to radically change it. we're going to make it so that it's not rigged anymore. so whether you hear that from bernie sanders or donald trump you're hearing that there's
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massive change if they're elected. people want big change. they know this government has rigged the system against them. it's an insular game. a friend of mine just sold his house in the washington, d.c. area a couple of weeks ago. he put it on the market. it sold in less than three days. he had five offerers, every one over list price. where else in america is that happening? nowhere. six of the ten richest counties in america are surrounding washington, d.c. look, get it out here in the rest of america. they're winning, the rest of the country is losing. and so what we're seeing is a disruptive election. i call it a vertical election not horizontal. candidates say i'm the most conservative, people don't care. >> what do you mean by that? >> they don't care if you're left or right. here's what i mean. people don't care if you're democrat or republican, left or right, will you take us up or keep taking us down? are you going to lead us to the better life, better america, where things work for me? are you going don't this game
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where a handful of elites do very well and the rest of america gets gut punched that's what they're saying. >> have you ever seen an election like this before? >> no. i wish i hadn't. because if i had known this was coming, you know, it's not a good year for a guy who -- you know, had been a governor and said, gee, i'm experienced and then people said we don't care. if you have any experience, you'll put it to work against us rather than for us. that's what we're seeing. that's why i say it's a disruptive election. every now and then, the country needs something utterly disruptive to shake away from the political class, the ruling class. because we're on the verge of an oligarchy where there's a select, let's class and the rest of the people have to pay for it. the kids are paying for it. they have had enough. >> let's move on to joel ben
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ahsan. and he's saying mathematically there's no way that donald trump can beat hillary clinton. now you have run against clinton before. what's -- what do you think about this? is it possible for trump to beat hillary clinton? >> you know, i'm not sure what they're smoking over there in the clinton camp but let me tell you something, everyone said donald trump wouldn't come, they said he couldn't get past august or the early controversies. i'm sitting as a candidate, well, you know what, he won't last long, but he's outlasted all of us and i think they're underestimating trump's candidacy at their own peril. they hope it's true, hoping to influence the republican voters but their worst nightmare is to have to run against trump who is taking away the traditional democratic votes from them. >> yeah. >> and that's why i think they're saying some things like that. totally untrue. >> the voters are proving the establishment wrong, aren't
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they? thanks so much, governor for being with us. >> thank you. well, donald trump is facing an uphill battle in ohio as you know. >> we will look back from two years from now, ten years from now, you'll say that's the single greatest vote i ever cast. >> what is his plan to beat john kasich today? the donald joins us live next to answer that question. and florida is the other big state today and this is where anna kooiman is talking to voters. >> hey, there, ainsley earhar. we're in palm beach not far from mar-a-lago, so it's trump territory. even this dog boston is a trump fan. he's eating chicken for breakfast. but his dad is an anybody by trump voter. why is that? >> for a lot of reasons, but the biggest problem i have is him because he's a staunch trump man. we argue every single day over who we're voting for. so he's the one. >> owner and dog at odds. >> that's right. >> more from the voters coming up on "fox & friends."
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well, today is take it all tuesday. in ohio and also florida. >> i like that one. >> if you look at the brand-new monmouth poll, john kasich is five points over the insurgent donald trump who is joining us on the phone. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what is your strategy to win ohio? because we know it's a run away right now it looks like in florida. but you really want the 66 votes from ohio as well. >> i do. and i spent a lot time there. i was there last night in youngstown. we had a fantastic crowd. thousands and thousands of people. i think the governor is not so popular like i thought originally. he approved and voted for nafta which took a lot of jobs out of ohio and brought them to mexico.
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now he's pushing hard to keep tpp that's worse than nafta. it will ruin the car industry. look at what happens where he's in favor of common core. which is a disaster. he expanded obamacare in ohio. i'll tell you, i don't see his popularity. the steel industry is dying in ohio. the coal industry is practically dead in ohio. a lot of companies are moving out and moving to mexico. so i don't know why he's popular, but, you know, he is. but i think we'll have a big surprise in ohio tonight. >> well -- >> people are not happy. >> well, the governor has 73% approval rating. he won back-to-back. up until the last week or so, you guys have been extremely civil to each other. are you surprised he's edging on -- if you get the nominee of him supporting you? are you surprised he's hedging on supporting you? >> i don't care. i want the people to vote for me the companies are moving left
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and right and moving to mexico. i'll stop it. he doesn't know how to stop it. he's lost every single race so far in the presidential. he's 0 for 22. i don't think ohio is going -- don't forget, he said he was going to win michigan. he said he was going to win new hampshire. he left ohio, he moved to new hampshire. spent more time there than anybody. and he lost new hampshire. i won it in a landslide. i won south carolina and then he moved to michigan and he lost michigan. he said if he lost michigan he won't run anymore. well, he lost michigan and he's still running. i don't know. i can tell you when you vote for nafta, i don't see how it's possible to win. because nafta destroyed ohio. >> mr. trump, authorities in north carolina they were considering charging you for inciting a riot after a protester was punched at one of your rallies. ultimately they decided they didn't have enough evidence to do that. what was your reaction to that? >> i think it's ridiculous.
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i gave a speech, it was a really good speech. we had 20,000 people there. standing ovation. i'll tell you who they should charge are these horrible protesters that go in there just looking for trouble. and these are people that really -- i mean, they're agitators, they're not even protesters. they stand up and they scream and they shout and frankly sometimes they start punching. those people really should be charged. you know, we rented an arena, we have great people there. we have people that want to make america great again. that's why they're there. it's make america great again and they're there for that reason and then you have the guys stand up, oftentimes just singles because they can't get enough people with them. it's really a disgrace. i'll be honest. it's a disgrace. everyone's distracted. everyone is agitated. they get very upset about it. and they really should look into it because these people -- i don't know if they're professional agitators or what. but it's a disgrace that they're allowed to come in and do what they do. >> right. you know, we don't know exactly
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who they are. you know, we have heard moveon.org organized what went on in chicago on friday night. the bernie people have been at a couple of things. i know you didn't have any protesters last night. but the mainstream media has been making it seem like -- you know, you go to the donald trump event and you might wind up bloodied. and yet, when you look at something that happened at a marco rubio rally or meeting, a get together, a town hall on january the 6th, here's a guy who was talking out loud while mr. rubio was talking and then he gets -- it looks like body slammed by a supporter behind him. you know, the mainstream media did not cover this. this was not on any of the newscasts. is there a double standards that was not a big deal and this the things that have followed you are? and do you have any responsibility for what your supporters do? >> there is a total double standard. i saw that. if that ever took place in my place, i would have been given
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the electric chair. it would have been the biggest story in the world. nobody talked about this. nobody is following marco, you know, his campaign is -- he's done very poorly. look, he doesn't vote. when you're elected senator from florida, you're supposed to go and vote. he never shows up to the senate. so how is he going to do well? if i ever -- if one of my people ever did that to somebody that was speaking up, it would have been a national story the likes of which you will have never seen. i have 20,000, 35,000 people in alabama last week. you know what, we have virtually no protesters. >> why did you go to chicago where it's a hot bed of liberal activity, amenable to a left wing audience but never a right wing? you think it was questionable to go there to begin with? >> people said we shouldn't have. i like to go into the teeth of it. i'll tell you what, a lot of people on my side say that was
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horrible what they did. i think i picked up support because of it. but i did the right thing. i made a right decision by not doing it, nobody was hurt. it all disbanded. if i would have done it i think a lot of people would have been hurt so we made a good decision and we were given credit for making the right decision. look i'm happy with the way it's going. if we could win ohio, it would be so big. then i can focus on hillary, because we will beat hillary easily in the election. >> you don't have to take cruz out if you take ohio, and florida, you still don't think ted cruz will be there? >> i don't think. so look, i won all of the southern states. i won every one of them. i have won with the evangelicals. you look at south carolina, he was supposed to win south carolina. that was his big watershed. i won in a landslide. i won with the military and the vets, won with women. i won with every single category. so i don't see it. now we're headed into new york,
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new jersey, pennsylvania. i mean, those states i'm going to win. >> listen, before you go, yesterday around noon we got the news flash that sarah palin's husband todd was seriously injured in a snow machine incident up in alaska. how is he doing today? i know there was some suggestion she was going to leave the campaign events. how is he today? >> he's doing really well. he's got broken ribs and he's got some -- you know, broken bones actually. he's a tough cookie. if you know todd he's a great guy and she's so incredible. she was really devastated and worried and yet she got up and made a wonderful speech in front of a lot of people. and then i said, sarah, don't listen to my speech, go home. she went home. and she's -- she's fantastic. you know, todd is a tough cookie. so he's going to be fine. but he broke some bones, broke son ribs. >> i heard that's painful. thank you so much, donald.
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>> thank you very much. appreciate it. thank you. >> so we have eric trump later and john kasich next. >> indeed. well, we just heard from donald trump about the buckeye state battle. the governor of ohio, john kasich, is going to join brian live, next. allergies with nasal congestion? find fast relief behind the counter with claritin-d. [ upbeat music ] strut past that aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d. they say you shouldn't spoil your kids. but your grandkids?
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re-election again? he joins us now to react. i have watched your crowds grow and your confidence grow. how do you feel on game day? >> great. we're going to win, brian. i feel -- you know, look, i have been doing the same thing for a long time. and i think in the last two weeks we got more attention than we got the last seven months. so as people get to hear the message and hear the record and see a positive approach, we have been able to really -- we have been able to grow. >> so donald trump was just on. i don't know if you had a chance to hear. he said, how can this governor be that popular, after all he supported nafta, proposed by bush, okayed by clinton. he's pushing for the tpp. how -- what's your retort to that? >> brian, we're one of the fastest growing states. up over 400,000 jobs. we're running a $2 billion surplus. our pensions are strong. our credit is strong. i have cut taxes by more than any governor in the united states. it's -- come on. we're doing very well here. >> right.
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the number -- that's why you got re-elected overwhelmingly, and you have a 73% approval. but when it comes to free trade, are you having second thoughts about nafta, about tpp? >> look, just because he talks about it doesn't make it the big debate. we're up over 60,000 manufacturing jobs. we have half a billion dollars investment from china in dayton with a thousand people being hired. we have investments from great britain. we have investments from france. from germany. we have had jobs come back from mexico. ford has brought jobs back from mexico. look, i'm for an expedited process when people cheat, but we're not going to have trade anymore? so all of the prices will go up and people will be out of work because there's nothing to make. because the buying has slowed down. come on. that's just silly. so the fact is that we have to have an expedited process when somebody cheats, we need to call them on it. in 2001 i worked with the steel industry to give them a temporary reprieve from imports.
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look, we're doing fine. but we're not going to pull down the blinds and lock the doors and call people names and keep people out and all this other nonsense. come on! we're talking about america, my friend. >> right. you did -- that's very similar to senator sanders. senator sanders saying that the agreements have destroyed american jobs in manufacturing that's one that donald trump and senator sanders have in common. let's move on and talk about immigration. you said we won't go around kicking peep out. when it comes to illegal immigrations where do you stand on illegals here? a pathway to citizenship? >> the same place i have stood since i have been talking since i was a candidate. we finished the wall, we create a guest worker program. nobody can come in. no excuse. for the 11.5 million who are here who have not committed a crime, they're going to pay a fine, some back taxes. but never a path to citizenship, but one of legalization. because we're not going to go hunting people down and shipping them out of the country, leaving
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their kids on the front porch cry. come on, we're america. remember, reagan he got together with congress, he never finished it. >> congress never sealed the border, therefore the amnesty was there but no lesson was learned. among the people that are supporting you are george soros and associates gave to the kasich super pac. i know you don't agree with george soros. >> no, i'm not familiar with what what happened here. but if there is somebody who worked in an organization who happens to be a conservative and they wanted to support me, that's fine. >> right. >> we got -- we actually have -- i bet we have some people that work at fox news who are liberals. >> most of them, almost half of our viewers are as you know. >> governor, i was amazed
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throughout the entire process you and trump never seemed to lock horns after the first debate. now that's changing. will you ever prevent you guys from teaming up? >> there's no way i would team up with donald trump. no way. forget it. i'm going to be the nominee because we're going to win ohio. we're going to move across this country with the positive attitude of bringing people together. with a record that i have had, both in washington and in ohio. a positive record of peopling bring people together and we're americans before anything else. we'll fix these things that haunt us and bother us today. >> he wants to win ohio a state he's won twice as governor, governor john kasich, best of luck. >> thank you. good to talk to you, brian. >> same here. all right, meanwhile, coming up straight ahead, the clinton camp says trump is not a real threat so why is everyone piling on to keep him from winning the
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xenophobia. >> why do they use that rhetoric? are they afraid of donald trump. let's talk to peter john jr. >> i think they are. they're afraid of the wild card of donald trump and they have gone to great pains -- we saw the interview with joe bennison, saying, well, donald trump really isn't a threat. at all. we're going to beat him big time. so he went on to say that it's not a real threat at all with regard to donald trump. that they can beat him in the rust belt states. >> i don't -- i don't see a threat that trump poses a threat in. >> what they're facing is a consolidation of voters they had in their camps. in canton, ohio, there was a story about the so-called dirty little secret.
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steelworkers who are solidly behind donald trump. >> union members? >> even though the union is obviously for the democrats, for hillary clinton, going forward. hillary clinton concerned that to some extent, although they wind up on different sides of the ideological divide, some voters who liked bernie sanders will understand, that hate wall street issue that donald trump will take on in this campaign. if and when he gets the nomination. donald trump is going to say, wall street has hurt america. a lot of bernie sanders supporters believe that really hardly as well. >> and a lot of the polls we have seen head to head, trump versus clinton it's the republicans on the donald trump side and the democrats on the hillary clinton side, whereas they don't take into account the crossovers. the democrats and the
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independents. i have leaved here coming up on 30 years here in the new york city area. i have never heard so many new york democrats say, i'm going to vote for the republican guy if it's donald trump. >> i have met a lot of democrats in new york and in jersey and other parts of the country and down south as well and in the midwest. they say, listen, we have some problems with donald trump on some of these issues. but he reflects our values to the extent that we have had enough of washington. we think we need a change. we need someone that we think that really wants to win hard for america. so even though we have ideological issues with donald trump, we're willing to take a chance on him. they're afraid of the wild card, afraid of the momentum. afraid of a new -- a new calculation in american politics that donald trump could in fact bring. so move on, black lives, all of the democrat aligned organizations are mounting a hard fight. they don't really want donald trump i don't think. >> interesting stuff.
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all right, peter johnson jr., thank you. all right, meanwhile, coming up donald trump and john kasich made huge news, we spoke to them live on the program. laura ingraham here to react. plus, clay aiken talks politics in about 15 minutes. ♪ ♪
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week, doesn't matter. get out and vote, think about your children, think about your family. we are going to win, win, win. we're going to win so much. >> i'm depressed. three weeks. >> dead in three week, but get out and vote, it's an important day today. today is super duper tuesday. >> donald trump was talking about his family, his son eric and wife lara will be joining us from testa's in the heart of palm beach. there's anna kooiman who is serving up flat jacks. good morning to you, anna. >> hi. >> lucky people. >> they're waving. >> beautiful palm beach. >> yeah. >> orange juice, no pulp. >> i have been there, it's the fancy stuff. laura ingraham is joining us from the nation's capital. this super duper tuesday, isn't it? >> yeah. your interview with john kasich
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i'm making a big deal of it on the radio show in about an hour. i think on those two questions, you really nailed it. on trade and immigration. john kasich i think is running in to his own past statements and his own past support whether it's for a pathway to citizenship or people can stay here and be normalized, as long as they didn't commit any crimes and the issue of nafta and trade. i think beyond all of the stuff with the rally, people's personalities, jokes on the trails, are the two issues that have done more to change the economic standing negatively for the american middle class which is mass immigration, legal and illegal, and these trade deals. on those two issues, john kasich is squarely in the establishment camp. i happen to like kasich but on the two issues that just isn't working for the rust belt. even though he's brought in some jobs and had he's had success in ohio they're not popular. he can laugh his way through the
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question there and say, well, i don't have to worry about trump, he won't say -- i won't say mean things, i'll take the high road. the two points you made in that interview i think if he loses ohio tonight, those are the two reasons he loses. >> wow. >> good job, brian. >> we had mr. kasich and mr. trump on the program in the last hour. if folks missed that they had to say, trump very confident. but then again so is john kasich. >> i think the governor's not so popular like i thought originally. he approved and voted for nafta which took a lot of jobs out of ohio and brought them to mexico. now he's pushing hard for tpp which is worse than nafta. it will ruin their car industry. >> trade deal. >> yeah, you look at what happens where he's in favor of common core which is a disaster. he expanded obamacare in ohio. i'll tell you, i don't see his popularity. he's in a fight, he's lost every single race so far in the presidential. he's 0 for 22. he hasn't won one. but i think we'll have a big
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surprise in ohio tonight. >> there's no way i would team up with donald trump. no way. forget it. i'm going to be the nominee because we're going to win ohio. we're going to move across this country with a positive attitude of bringing people together with a record that i have had, both in washington and in ohio. a positive record of bringing people together and reminding us we're americans before anything else. we'll fix these things that haunt us and bother us today, i can promise you that. >> what's your reaction? >> that was a definitive no way. a lot of us last night on "special report" were talking about the idea of a trump/kasich ticket, that would in many ways take the edge off of trump for people who want to support him, but aren't quite there. but i mean, that's pretty definiti definitive. that's the most definitive on the trail thus far. i know you want people to vote for you, but not a lot of affection between the two candidates at all. so that was also good line.
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making a lot of news today. >> but laura, head to head, he does better than anybody else against hillary clinton and he trounced her in the latest poll in ohio. you have to win ohio, right? >> you have to win more than ohio. where is john kasich going to win other than ohio? where mitt romney lost. so i keep hearing they do well in head to head polls against hillary, imagine if the party was doing what it traditionally does with front-runners. imagine if the elders weren't trotting around states with those who only won zero states and were instead supporting the front-runner. i think you'd see a much different dynamic. imagine if you had republicans not siding with disrupters at rallies who are terrorizing women and children at the rallies. imagine if you have that. i think you might have a different result in some of these head to head polls with hillary. but i'll tell you this. if you have someone going up against hillary who voted for nafta, supports the wto and we know is going to support the
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5,500 transpacific partnership, you're going up against hillary clinton, hillary clinton is going to play populous against that. well, looking back on those deals, i think we can say that a lot of mistakes were made and we lost a lot of jobs. she'll go renew the homeland versus the gop establishment figure who says let's do the same things that didn't work for the last 20 years. i think she's going to be relishing the idea of going up against a gop establishment figure. >> laura, let's travel down to florida. talking about ohio. john kasich doing well in his state, but marco rubio down in florida, look at the latest polls. quinnipiac poll, trump is getting 46% of the votes there. rubio is getting 22% and cruz and kasich falling behind as well. we know what's at stake at marco rubio. is this his last stand? will he get out if the polls are true? >> if you can't win your home state in a gop primary, i think you have to do some soul searching about your positions, the decisions you made. over the past five years in office. who you teamed up with.
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what promises you might have violated and you have to look at yourself in the mirror and say, gosh, i might have made some mistakes here. seems like rather than do that, the more establishment politicians just dig their heels in and say, i'm going to do more a of the same thing, i'll go across the country and sell this message of immigration reform. and so forth. >> he said he made some mistakes and regretted that, regretted going after donald trump. >> i mean policy though. i'm not talking about the trump thing. >> got it. well, he says that the polls don't matter. take a listen to this and we'll get your reaction. >> first of all, the polls this cycle have been crazy and way off. both in virginia and in michigan on the democratic side. there's not a 20 point gap going on. but they're irrelevant. >> now -- i mean, i just -- i don't know what to say to that. i mean, at some point, you know,
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i guess when the voters vote, i mean, do polls matter then? the people are saying no. no no no no. they keep saying yes to the same policies that the people don't want. they don't want mass -- this mass incursion into our country from the border. don't want the horrible trade deals that have eviscerated the middle class. they don't want the things and the gop establishment keeps pushing them. that's underlying this discontent. unless the establishment wakes up the party will be divided. that's going to continue to happen. >> something -- this is kind of a left turn but it has to do with politics. that is there's a new harvard study out that found out that apparently young women and mothers prefer politicians who are male. and we were talking about it on the couch, maybe it's because they have had so many male politicians in their lives. >> there's what women are used to. >> something like that. if that's true, that's not good news for hillary. >> well, i think it -- if you think of the howls coming out of
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the feminists enclaves at college campuses in seeing that poll, i'm sure i'm offending the feminists for hillary out there. >> go ahead. >> but i want women want protectors. nothing wrong with a woman thinking that a male is a protector. doesn't mean that women can't be great candidates or presidents. i think young women think of their fathers and being taken care of. doesn't mean you can't be strong yourself. i think that goes to biology and primal stuff. i don't think that's anything wrong with that i don't think women can't be successful. >> are you surprised that women admitted it in a poll? >> i don't think it means that much. but there's some biology to go on there. >> gave us something to talk about. laura ingraham joins us once a week, a fox news contributor and of course the editor at hisseth.
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>> hey, i have a couple of news headlines. we start off with a fox news alert. we have information about how badly sarah palin's husband was injured in the snow machine crash. he has a collapsed lung, eight fractured ribs and she had to leave a rally yesterday after she found out her husband was hurt. we spoke to donald trump a few minutes about about how todd is doing this morning. here it is. >> he's a tough cookie. if you know todd he's a great guy. she's so incredible. and she was really devastated and worried. and yet she got up and made a wonderful speech in front of a lot of people and then i said, sarah, don't listen to my speech. go home. >> she did. to be by his side. she echoed some of mr. trump's thoughts in a facebook post, knowing todd wince he's
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cognizant he'll probably ask the doc to duct tape and call it good. he's tough. we're wishing him the very best. a tragic twist in the shooting death of a maryland police officer. autopsy now finding that he was killed by friendly fire. jacai colson was accidentally shot as his brothers in blue tried to stop the accused gunman michael ford who was shooting outside a police station. ford's two brothers recorded the entire thing on their cell phones. police say that ford wanted to die. >> they had every opportunity to call 911. they had every opportunity to seek medical help and they did nothing. >> well, all three brothers are under arrest and they'll face dozens of charges. extreme weather to tell you about, leaving several texas cut off by rising floodwaters after more than two feet of rain falls. swollen rivers cutting off the
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small town of deweyville, along the louisiana border. leaving people there with nowhere to go. in the meantime, look at south carolina. ainsley, your parents this morning? frosty conditions there. the roads are slippery. stay home. all right. that's in south carolina, bringing hail the size of golf balls in some parts of that state. she says it's upstate. stay safe. and a rap battle at the rose garden. take a look at this. ♪ this is so fun, potus is holding up the signs ♪ ♪ i'm not stunting, oh, my gosh, i can't believe i'm here ♪ ♪ so much more intimidating than in the square ♪ >> that's fantastic. the cast of broadway's smash hit "hamilton" wowing president obama with a little political freestyling. they stopped by for a theater student workshop. you know how much i love rap. have you seen it yet? >> no, but everybody else has
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though. >> the ticket prices drop, it's expensive. >> you can't get a seat. >> you can for the right price probably. >> well, you have to scalp them because they're sold out. >> make it rain, baby. >> all right, 13 minutes after the hour. did you catch this, hillary clinton says no americans have died in libya. hmm. >>libya was a different kind of calculation. and we didn't lose a single person. >> really? well, how can you forget about these four americans murdered in benghazi? and it's almost too close to call in ohio between donald trump and john kasich. what are are the voters saying this morning? we'll be talking to them live coming up next, buckeye state.
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molly line is live inside a polling place in black lick, ohio. voters are nearby. she is talking to the folks. hey, molly. >> reporter: good morning. you said it near the polling place, it's been busy all morning. we have a lag behind me. but an active race here in ohio. tight race between governor john kasich and donald trump. governor kasich spending a lot of time here on the ground in his home state. he was joined on the trail by the 2012 republican nominee mitt romney of course. this is is really big place for kasich, he needs this winner take all win to keep his campaign alive. trump shifted his schedule around, he held a rally outside of youngstown. and secretary clinton is leading bernie sanders by a tad. but she was leading in michigan and then sanders went on the win there. the question is can he do it again? we had chance to talk to a
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couple of the voters. listen to what they had to say. >> i voted for john kasich because i think he's done a great job in ohio. i believe he'll do a great job when he gets to washington. >> i voted for hillary clinton. i think she's a strong woman and what we need right now. just her strength is what is so -- that spoke to me the most today. >> john kasich. i like his leadership. i think he's the only one with executive experience. >> reporter: pretty easy to find a few voters here in ohio who were fans of the governor here. more than 400,000 voters voted absentee and we have seen a steady stream today. today is the voters that the decide. the polls close at 7:30 tonight. back to you. >> molly line, thank you. >> very impressive that the patriot goes out to vote -- it was still dark outside there. before work or school. whatever they'll do. >> this is probably another huge turnout. hopefully a new record. 19 minutes after the hour. remember the knife found on o.j. simpson's property that we
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headlines. start with a fox news alert. three chicago police officers shot in the line of duty overnight and their attacker is dead. the officers were investigating a drug report on the city's west side when they saw two suspicious people. when the officers approached, the suspect, the man, took off running. then turn around and started shooting. one officer returned fire, hitting the suspect. all officers are expected thankfully to survive. a double stabbing at a canadian military center is being investigated as a possible terror attack. witnesses say the suspect shouted allah, while attacking two uniformed canadian force members in toronto. the suspect was arrested and is now undergoing a mental evaluation. well, he is one of "american idol's" most popular runner-ups, what happened when clay aiken tried to impress donald trump? >> tell me why you should become the celebrity apprentice? >> i think i came here with sort
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of low expectations and i think i exceeded them and raised the bar a little bit for myself. came in with the people not knowing that i could be productive and be a creative and be a leader and i think that i showed that i can be. if nothing else, my mother is here tonight and she sat through me losing one time before. i really don't want her to have to sit through it again. [ laughter ] >> great closing line. as it turns out, he was fired that day. but clay aiken says trump still has his mom's vote. unbelievable. >> yeah. >> i mean, i think -- at one point, now she's changed her mind quite a bit. north carolina is voting today so i'll find out how she voted attend of the day. but there was a period of time where she was upset with the establishment piling on him. she's still upset about me not winning. >> she's one of the late deciders. somebody who decides at the last
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day, at the last minute, the 11th hour who -- >> not always, but i think she is with this particular -- with this particular race. >> what's your number one issue? >> i think she's an anti-establishment candidate -- person in the first place. but interestingly the last time i talked to her, she was deciding between -- she's one of the people who's deciding between trump and bernie. >> oh, my goodness. >> wow. >> she'll decide in north carolina, you can pick up either ballot. >> a house divided for you? >> i'm a bernie person. i voted for bernie. >> can i have all your money? >> yeah. and my brother is a marine. he's voting for bernie sanders too. he was a marine. my mom is kind of -- you know, i ran as -- i ran as a democrat in north carolina in 2014. because i'm frustrated with t the -- you know, the typical politiciany crap that people put up with all the time. for years and years. >> you got a chance to know donald trump, you competed with
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him and tried to impress himself. will the donald trump you knew then be a good president? >> i don't know if anybody knows the real donald trump. you know, i think his kids may know him. to some degree. but i don't think anybody sees him. i think the person who i was with on the show was very nice to me, but the person who i have seen on the stump -- >> you're not impressed? >> you know, i have been trying my best to be very nice, because he's like the uncle who gets drunk at the wedding and embarrasses you, but you still love him even though he says stupid things. i think he loves attention he's forgotten he's running for the most important job in the world. >> you talked about how bernie. what about hillary though? you know, she is essentially the establishment candidate. it's her turn. why aren't you supporting her? >> i wouldn't support anybody because it's their turn.
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like hillary clinton. i expect -- i said in a blog yesterday, i expect hillary will be the nominee and i'll be supportive of her then too. i think it's important to keep excitement in the democratic party and i think people want to be enthusiastic. and i'll be on her side when -- >> eventually. >> when and if she gets the nominee. >> if that's one quality of bernie sanders you could take from him and put in her brain and change her, what would it be? >> you know, i just am so fed up with money in politics. >> well, she's taken a lot of it. >> plenty of people on both sides -- >> isn't bernie the equivalent of donald trump for the democrats? >> absolutely not. >> why? >> because he makes sense when he takes. >> but nothing adds up. trillions in debt. you're okay with that? >> trump hasn't given you a specific -- >> i know he's capitalist. >> here's the thing. i'd rather have someone in
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office who i disagree with, than someone i have no idea what they'll do. trump was a democrat for year, he was a republican. then he was a republican. then he was a democrat, i have no idea. >> bernie will tax you 90%. >> you have no clue. that should -- >> i don't know. look, this clown car that's going on right now, i don't want to get in. >> do us favor, clay. e-mail us, let us know if your mom wants to reveal who she did vote for today. we'll mention it. >> that would be great. >> good luck. >> what an incredible -- >> i don't have to worry about losing this one. meanwhile, on this tuesday, "new york times" staffer visit a trump campaign office and were blown away by the volunteers they found there. will you be? you'll want to hear it. coming up next. plus, clay aiken just said that maybe donald trump's kids know him best. eric trump and lara trump will
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>> who wants trump to win? [ cheers and applause ] steve, we have some fans here. >> mar-a-lago is not far from here. a lot of supporters here. so your father was scheduled to van event -- have an event in south florida yesterday. but realized the race is tight in ohio, tied at 38% with john kasich. he was on the program earlier. take a listen to this and i'll get your response. >> there's no way i would team up with donald trump. no way. forget it. i'm going to be the nominee because we're going to win ohio. we're going to move across this country with a positive attitude of bringing people together. with a record that i have had both in washington and in ohio. a positive record of bringing people together and reminding us we're americans before we're anything else. we'll fix the things that haunt us and bother us today. i can promise you that. >> well, i think my father would bring jobs to ohio.
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look at kasich he as 63 delegates he's so far behind. and truthfully, i mean all he's doing by campaigning is trying to get to the contested campaign which is sad. we should win ohio. i think we'll win florida based on the support here. then we should move on to take on hillary. that's what it's all about. we need to take her on. my father will beat her. he will beat hillary. >> yeah. >> eric, do you have a question? >> yeah, eric, i have a question for you. you have been on the program, a couple of months ago. we were talking about how what you had started to notice early was the crossover. people who are not republicans but life long democrats and independents. they have been flocking to your father. you know, they were back then. have you found that trend to continue or accelerate as we get closer to the big contest? >> well, there's no question about it. look what happened in pennsylvania. there was an article that was all over, about the amount of
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democrats, independents, that transferred over. also in florida. the amount of registration so people could vote in the republican party here in florida was astronomical. that only bodes to our favor in the general election where you don't have to do the registration. you see tremendous amounts of people. my father is an amazing guy. he will make america great again. he's an incredibly confident person. i love the man to death. i have no doubt we'll win. >> a lot has been said about us in new york. >> lara, i wanted to bring you into this. i know you went to nc state university. anna and i are from north carolina. what is it like your? eric is used to watching the success for his father, but what is it like to marry into this family and now be on the
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campaign trail? >> listen, nothing short of an honor to witness history being made week after week. every week we're so thrilled by the response we're getting. as eric said, we have people who come up to us, who say i can't wait until the general election. i can't vote in the primary because i'm not a registered republican. we want to vote for your dad. we were in north carolina, in my home state. we have a lot in common. we were there last week at a great rally in fayetteville. the place went crazy when they heard i was from wilmington. i promised my father-in-law i'd win north carolina. so the pressure is on. >> the pressure is on. >> yeah, we interned at the same tv station in wilmington. eric, a lot of people have said they can't tell who the real donald trump is. some think he's blustery and bombastic.
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others like his supporters like ben carson said he's cerebral and kind and the kind of man i want to be friends with and lead america. >> well, he's truly an amazing father and he's kind. he's one of the most generous people you will ever meet. he's an amazing guy and he's a fighter. he's a guy who has tremendous backbone. if someone hits him he's willing to hit back and america needs somebody who is incredibly kind, who has business savvy, but when someone crosses us is willing to fight back for the nation. we have been use and abused. we have so many things that aren't going right in this country. we need to get back america. that's why he's running and self-funding the campaign. we want to get america back. >> eric, no doubt about it, when everyone -- usually it's for anna, so we toss our hat out here. no doubt about it, everyone was stunned on saturday when we saw that guy rush the stage, go after your dad. as a son of a candidate who you
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know the events are raucous, what are your thoughts when you see the attacker run on the stage? what are your thoughts that he'll be at rallies for the next four mounths, perhaps? >> that's no fun to see. the same thing happened to reagan. i saw the same thing, that someone hopped on the stage and go after the candidate. that's the nature of politics. you're at the events you have 30,000 people in a room. you might have one crazy person. i mean, that's the nature of statistic, the nature of the game. if secret service is incredible. i'm so glad they're around my father and will keep him safe. that's the nature of the game. >> a lot of people i -- go ahead, ainsley. >> has it changed the way that he handles the rallies? on the one -- when the protester jumps on the stage, he was in the middle of a sea of people. is he now going -- i thought that was dangerous to be in the middle of all the people. is he changing the way that the stage is set up going forward? >> my father is really a person
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of the people. he likes to get out there, out front and touch the people. he's so accessible. so accessible to the media and so accessible at the rallies that's the person he is. quite frankly, that's why people love him, because they can see him and touch him and hear him. he's the type of person you want to have breakfast like this with. that's what makes him a different candidate. i don't think he'll change it. he likes to be among the people. >> critics of your father say he's anti-mexican, anti-muslim, but one of the campaign offices -- they were blown away by what they were seen. for a campaign offering a rallying point for the white working class, the people volunteering to help mr. trump are noteworthy for their ethnic diversity. they include a young woman who moved from peru, a 70-year-old indian, teenage son of russian immigrants, mexican-american.
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is that what people don't see? >> oh, absolutely. we're winning with the demographic, winning with african-americans and winning the female vote and winning in the male vote. old, young, it's really incredible up. you talked about the independents that were crossing over we're winning all categories of people. i mean, the republican party should embrace that. the republican party is growing because of him. that's what we'll need if we're to beat hillary clinton. >> what are you hoping for tonight? >> a big win. we'll have it here in florida. >> and north carolina -- >> and north carolina. we need you. >> and ohio. >> fingers crossed. >> very nice. all right, anna and eric and lara, thank you very much. we should point out, down there at testa's in palm beach, we invited candidates and their representatives from all of the campaigns, but as you can see in the heart of palm beach, mainly trump people showed up.
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they did have some for kasich earlier and some on the other side of the well. 19 before the top of the hour. donald trump made headlines because of cancelling a campaign event. will that affect the race coming up? we're live there next. huh. ♪ introducing centrum vitamints. a new multivitamin you enjoy like a mint... with a full spectrum of nutrients... new centrum vitamints.
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any traces of dna are gone. in 2002, after it was demolished, the contraction worker gave it to the cop and he kept it all the years before turning it over. hillary clinton defends her time as secretary of state on an msnbc town hall. but her memory seems fuzzy. >> libya was a different kind of calculation. and we didn't lose a single person. >> oh, what about these four americans who lost their lives in 2012? and in the terror attack in the american consulate in benghazi? >> she likes to change the subject. protests against trump stole the headlines at the end of the last week. will they have an effect on today's primary and late deciders? >> matt finn joins us live with how the voters are reacting there. >> reporter: good morning, ainsley. we are at a polling place on the northside of chicago. it's been open for 90 minutes and organizers tell us 50 people
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have voted so far. we have seen the foot traffic picking up. a nice, quiet organized morning here today, contrast to the kind of chaotic weekend over -- with trump here in chicago. we know by now he was forced to cancel that rally, about 40,000 people showed up. pushing and shoving and shoving, and who was to blame? donald trump addressed a crowd, hey, the liberal protesters, the democratic voters don't represent the entire state and they don't represent his crowd. show up to the polls, make your voice heard today. we spoke to some people who have mixed opinions about donald trump here in chicago. >> i like some of his views. i'm a little afraid of him. i'm a little afraid he might get us in some trouble. >> i believe in what donald plans to do for this country fiscally. i think it's great he's willing to speak his mind and not trying to be politically correct. he brought up a lot of the issues that are forcing others to respond. >> now, the average of polls
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still indicate that donald trump is still the front-runner here in chicago. back to you guys. >> matt finn live thank you so much. meanwhile, next on our rundown. anna is serving up pancakes because we asked her too. >> and petting dogs. >> and petting dogs. they're voting for trump, even the dogs are. what's on the mind of the voters? we're about to find out. but first, let's check in with martha maccallum who i have a feeling is getting some o.t. tonight. >> yeah. a game-changing night in this race. after tonight, there may be a clear winner but there might not be. we'll talk to senator marco rubio of florida.
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he'll be here to talk about a very big day for him and what is at stake. we'll talk to the trump and kasich campaigns as well and ted cruz hopes to see another upset on this super tuesday. where might that be? we'll look at the numbers and brit hume joins us on whether trump can get more presidential. that prompted a lively debate last night between bill o'reilly and charles krauthammer. we'll show you that this morning when bill and i see you at the top of this hour. constipated? trust number one doctor recommended dulcolax use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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first of all, polls have been way off. both michigan on the democratic side and in virginia on the republican side. those polls are not accurate. there is not a 20-point gap here going on.
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but they're irrelevant. >> okay, marco rubio he wants to believe the polls are wrong because florida is a winner take all state with 99 delegates up for grabs today. >> so that had us wondering what are voters really looking for? it's about the i-4 corridor and heather is looking at this. the i-4 corridor it starts on the east coast over by daytona. >> then goes up to -- >> down by tampa. >> thank you. thank you. you have a place there. >> so the corridor on either side of that, it's important. >> it's a really diverse area so we started to think what is at play here for marco rubio? and for the most part, steve and i talked about a bunch, the economy has come back, but a lot of families are still hurting there. one-sixth living below the federal poverty line. they're worried about their economic future, their jobs, especially those who live in that area we just talked about. >> this country is not a country
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anymore. it's a business. everybody's on the chopping block. >> i think that a lot of us are kind of operating out of fear in this election cycle. trying to figure out who's not going to make the worst decisions for us. >> right. listen to that. well, for some, they say money is tight and they believe that trump would make the more financially -- would make them more financially is secure. one jerry delgado perez says there is no work for him in puerto rico. and little work in the state of florida. he says he shares a room with another man for $1,000 and there's nothing to left over to help his family after this. last time he voted for president obama. but this time, he says maybe trump because trump is a business man. but there's another issue at play in florida and this is a lot of folks say that they do not like marco rubio's changing political position on the issue of immigration. remember when he first ran for senate, he wanted to secure the border and he was anti-amnesty, then that position changed. once he went to the senate he became the leader of the amnesty bill. florida immigrants who came here
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the right way and did it legally they resent that. >> yeah. immigrants all over the country do. >> there's not playing well. >> and in puerto rico as they look to get out of puerto rico because that economy is collapsing, they have to run to florida and that could give -- that could change everything. not only in the primaries but in the general. >> then there's the whole jeb factor. republicans in the state a lot say they do not like the fact that he ran against his former mentor. and that he should have spent more time in florida and -- >> and the senate issue. >> jeb never came back and endorsed anybody. >> then they had attack ad against anybody. >> tomorrow at this time we'll know how it shapes up. >> we'll be better people for it. >> we'll be closer and closer to the election. >> as you two reflect on today i'm going to look forward to what's next on our rundown. anna continues to serve panca pancakes. no eggs. politics in florida which are on the minds of those voters. why is she always in a good mood? >> she's walking the trump dog towards the beach. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling
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you can look like this. and feel like this. dreamwalk. anna kooiman live down in florida, palm beach. what's going on there, anna? >> ainsley, we are so close do mar-a-lago and you have seen the poll numbers, that donald trump is beating marco rubio by double digits. who are you voting for? the business man. but his owner isn't for trump. why? >> with the wall supposedly being built, i doubt bit it will be built. there's no way i'll vote for donald what's going on. he has to make a lot of serious changes. the statements made about china, i deal with china all the time
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with the wealthiest people in the the world. >> you're the odd man here. bye. >> thank you very much, anna. great to hear the people of florida. >> it will be a big day. >> absolutely. >> we'll see you back here tomorrow. keep watching fox. we'll be back at 6:00 a.m. with the results. bill: good morning. it's make or break in the race for the white house. this is the winner-take-all edition. by this time tomorrow the republican field could look very different, as we say good morning. 3:15, ides of march. martha: i'm martha maccallum. you have ohio and florida, the first winner-take-all states. donald trump and ted cruz looking to pull away from the rest of the pack and make this a

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