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inside merritrump's victory spe. back to you. >> appreciate it. let's keep talking about the presidential race. who is your pick and why? weigh in #keeptalking. >> a big day. down to three on the republican side. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> see you later. if we win in november, i know our future will be brighter tomorrow than yesterday! >> if we stand together, there is nothing we condition accomplish. >> this may not have been a year for a hopeful and optimistic message about our future. i still remain hopeful and optimistic about america. [ applause ] >> i will not take the low road to the highest office in the land. [ applause ] >> together, we will make washington less relevant in all
of our lives. >> we're going to win, win, win, and we're not stopping. we're going to have great victories for our country. thank you very much, everybody. thank you. welcome to studio e here in the heart of midtown manhattan. you know what, you could say this this morning, brian and ainsley -- donald trump and hillary clinton have something in common. they had great tuesdays. >> they did. donald trump won three out of five states. missouri too close to call. we'll go through the states for you. then ohio, john kasich took ohio. >> you know, for the first time, every single time there's a big day, there's a big resignation. it's good-bye, marco rubio. so let's go through what exactly took place last night. >> okay. this is the super tuesday map. super tuesday part deux. donald trump won illinois, north carolina, and florida was a blowout for the outing of marco rubio, as ainsley said. missouri is still too close to call. donald trump now at 621.
ted cruz just under 400. john kasich, who now says this is -- he's in to win it, 138, in to win it. >> missouri, the republican side, currently too close to call on the democratic side himp coming out strong in florida. there was upset in illinois. no upset in north carolina. and there was fear in the clinton camp that she would lose ohio. that did not take place. she prevailed. >> she has nearly double the delegates, 1,561 to bernie sanders' 800. we have fox team coverage on this post-election day. my li we begin with phil keaton in miami and more from ohio. >> reporter: good morning. a huge night for trump in the sunshine state. absolutely decisive victory and for the home state senator, it wasn't even close. a triumphant donald trump taking
the stage at his palm beach record, and he was complimentary of rubio. in fact, he had plenty to celebrate. he pulled 4 5% in florida, 18 points ahead of rubio, with cruz and kasich minimal competition. >> we have a great opportunity. the people voting are democrats, independents coming in, and very importantly, people that never voted before. it's an incredible thing. >> rubio spent money and stumped nonstop in florida this past week, he kept promising the polls were way off. turns out the polls weren't wrong, rubio was. last night he was far from bitter. >> i know firsthand that ours is a special nation because where you come from here doesn't decide where you get to go. that's how a 44-year-old son of a bartender and a maid, that's
how i decide that i, too, can run for president of the united states. [ applause ] >> and yesterday morning in rubio's hometown of west miami, here's a scene that showed the writing was perhaps on the wall all day. it was all trump. in fact, in florida, trump had far more organization than all of the other campaigns. he's the only campaign that had about 50 poll watchers making sure all the voting yesterday went smoothly. a year ago when florida's republican dominated legislature decided to make florida a winner-take-all primary state for the republicans, they did that a would end up being former florida governor jeb bush or florida senator marco rubio and help propel them to the white house. in the end, it didn't work out that way. back to you. >> wow. thanks. >> thank you very much. >> yeah. unbelievable. the only thing that marco rubio ended up winning was basically his hometown. that was it. >> i will say the speech last night as we all watched, you know, it was touching. he really -- he gave a lot, he read scripture which, of course,
to me i loved. he had a great pledge to his children. he said he was embarrassed by the way he'd acted in the campaign. his children should be proud of him. it was a great speech. what i loved most about it was he said growing up in a household, my mother was a maid, my dad was a bartender, he said my mother got to go to the polls yesterday and vote for her son to be president of the united states. i thought maybe he didn't drop out of the race because of that. he wanted his mom to check that box for her son. >> absolutely. couldn't get out before then. you just never know. also during that event at the university in miami, he bowed out gracefully, there was a little commotion in the background. somebody said, oh, there was a trump supporter back there talking about trump, trump, trump. it turns out it was a hillary plant according to the gateway pundit who identified the guy as parading around florida trying to tip the scales, anti-trump but -- >> a few had it. kasich -- >> it was a little political dirty trick. >> and there was someone in the
crowd when kasich got ready to take the podium, too. he walked to the edge of the stage and said get out basically. >> yeah. >> meanwhile, so everyone was waiting for donald trump. he was at the press conference -- never took any questions. he just vilified the press and said they're horrible people. and said -- most of them. then here he is talking about the fact that rubio dropped out. he thanked the mariana islands -- >> nine delegate yesterday. >> i could not believe the big salute to the islands. he gave more a salute to the islands than florida. here's donald trump. >> i want to congratulate everybody. this is a really interesting process. it's an amazing process. it's very tough. by the end, if you get to the end, you can handle a lot of things including pressure. that i can tell you. there's nothing like it. lies, deceit, viciousness, disgusting reporters, horrible people. [ laughter ] >> some are nice. [ applause ] >> some are nice. some really disgusting people
back there. [ laughter ] >> he also was talking about how the big golf event the past weekend, his doral event. it was fantastic. adam scott going to the final round. he's watching on tv -- there are two anti-donald trump ads on the donald trump tournament. donald trump himself is going to join us at 8:30 eastern time. we'll talk about the big win last night and where he goes from here. >> and where goes like governor kasich go from here and where people like senator ted cruz go from here. and is there going to be a combination? he could not get marco rubio on the phone yesterday. we're not seeing the endorsements, we're not seeing jeb drop out and say vote for this guy. although carly fiorina will join us later. she's going for ted cruz. we'll see if they're going to get to the one-on-one fight that it seems that ted cruz wants. >> it's always fun to report the next day on what the exit polls look like. and it is clear if you look at the exit polls and if you look at the results in all of the states that the voters are not happy with the establishment. take a look at this.
this is why they like trump in the state of florida. and how he won. 80% says that he tells it like it is. 75% say be from outside the establishment. >> key. >> yes. and 66% feels betrayed by the gop. 52% says that he can bring the needed change. >> that was in florida where it was a blowout for trump. meanwhile, in ohio, the very popular governor there, john kasich, did win. and among -- this was key. among the late deciders, who did they break for? about half of them broke for john kasich, as you see b. a quart for donald trump. ted cruz was at 17%. and way at the back of the pack, it looks like 35%, it's 3.5%. >> that says a lot about kasich. they love him in his state. and i appreciate the loyalty. i love lyle loyal people and appreciate the lighty in that state that they -- loyaltiy in that state that they have. >> it's for someone they know.
from here on in, he needs 100% of the delegates. >> like 102%. >> it's impossible. >> mathematically it's impossible. he's hoping for, as we're about to discover from molly line, a contested convention. molly line is live in columbus with what's next for mr. kasich. molly, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. great to be with you today. that's right, governor john kasich got the win that he needed to move forward here in the state of ohio. take a listen to the crowd. >> kasich! kasich! kasich! >> reporter: that was his hometown crowd, of course. ohio was perceived as a must-win for the governor who would have struggled to justify continuing in his campaign after a home state loss. this was a winner-take-all contest. kasich claimed all 66 delegates at stake on the gop side, finally racking up his first win. he needed the delegates. this was a decisive win. he ended up by more than 10% over donald trump. with some momentum in his corner now, kasich is vowing to go all
the way to the republican convention in cleveland and beyond. >> we've got one more trip around ohio this fall where we will beat hillary clinton, and i will become the president of the united states. >> reporter: despite his victory in michigan, bernie sanders was unable to defeat hillary clinton in neighboring ohio. she walked away with the win in the buckeye state and many other states and struck an optimistic vote in the wake of the victories. >> for all of our challenges, i've never had more faith in our future. if we work together, if we go forward in this campaign, if we win in november, i know our future will be brighter tomorrow than yesterday! thank you all so very much! >> reporter: clinton's path to the nomination, of course, is much more clear than kasich's path.
still, he vows to go forward on to the convention, as you mentioned, steve. the possibility of a contested convention. kasich goes on to pennsylvania today. that is his native state. he may have a hometown advantage there, as well. he's hoping to score some points, victories, bring in the votes. today he has a -- an event at villanova university. >> there you go. >> go, wildcats. >> thanks. one thing we could say safely is that while ted cruz does not like donald trump, ted cruz wanted donald trump to win ohio yesterday because that would have taken out kasich and would have been a two-man race. not the case. now it's still a three-man race with the guy who is the governor of ohio, winning the big state. >> north carolina was extremely close. missouri up in the air, it was within fiefb points in illinois. in the end, ted cruz didn't win. but he does have a strategy. listen to his conversation with james rosen.
>> if we go forward and beat donald consistently 55-45, we end up winning more than 80% of the delegates. the way the states delegate the delegates, you get the delegate total when you see the nationwide polling -- it has me beating donald by 13 points now. if we continue to do just as we're doing now, we go forward and win, and one of the things that is critically important is also there's a sharp divide between the candidates. you know, donald talks a lot about the programs, the problems we have. he has a lot of empty slogans but no real solutions to the economic challenges facing the country. i'm the only candidate in the race who has a concrete economic policy agenda, repeal obamacare, pass a simple flat tax, abolish the irs, stop amnesty, secure the borders. we do, that we'll see millions of high-paying jobs come back, wages rising again. we'll see young people coming out of school, having two,
three, four, five job opportunities. that's what's at stake in this election. >> ted cruz expected to have the day that he had. that's why he's gone ahead. he's already campaigning in arizona, already campaigning in utah. he has support from senator mike lee in utah. he's been spending $200,000 already in arizona on ads there. march 22nd, those folks go to the polls. he's looking ahead because he knew yesterday wasn't in his favor. >> and cruz, he's oregon hissed. the first out of the dpagates. pretty consistent. meanwhile, we have only two hours and 50 minutes left. we'll tell you what's on tap. ted cruz was talking about his numbers. how does the delegate math really work? we'll break it down with a true expert next. then, washington, d.c.'s, entire subway system is shut down. why? we have the breaking details. today they're calling it carmageddon in our nation's capital. constipated?
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the nomination so to speak? joining us to break down the delegate math and the numbers guy himself, political analyst scott rasmussen, foundation president of -- founding president of the news service sterk. here are the numbers -- 621, 395 for cruz. 138 for kasich, rubio drops out with 168. the total we need, the total right now would be 1,155. where do you see this heading? >> let's get to basics. kasich and rubio are clearly out mathematically. rubio dropped out. kasich hasn't formally done he. he's not going to -- done so. he's not going win the nomination. we're down to a new phase of the campaign, a two-man race. the question is, can ted cruz beat donald trump in a head-to-head match-up? if he can, if ted cruz can win a majority of the states and delegates, he will be the nominee over those next 20 states.
>> you know, even if kasich is recording the single digits, if he's getting 10, 12, and you know he's nothing if not competent, he might be the rationa rational establishment choice. he takes arizona and utah next. he could take something in the head-to-head match-up, right? >> he could. arizona and utah aren't big states for john kasich. these are huge, combined 98 dallas, as many as florida. arizona's a winner-take-all primary. ute utah's a primary state. ted cruz has to do well. if he can beat donald trump in those states and get the 98 delegates or most of them, he will be in the race. if donald trump wins next week, then really all these discussions about dlatd counts will go away. donald trump is the leader, he probably needs to win about 37 or 38% of the remaining delegates after we get through counting missouri. but it comes down to the next 20 states. >> scott, let's look at. this the guy, the national
review came out against donald trump. 56 articles against him. even rich lowery, the national review editor, said if anyone else had the success trump had so far, there would be no question he would be the nominee already. what's the problem? >> the problem is the republican establishment hates donald trump. they -- conservative leaders hate donald trump because of his ideology. the other problem is they hate ted cruz. a lot of people in washington will have coalesced around cruz a while ago if -- to be the nominee or to be the alternative to trump, but they hate him, too. both guys are winning because of what marco rubio said last night. republicans had big ears in 2010 and 2014. nothing changed. republican voters are saying we're fed up with business as usual. >> we'll see if anything happens along the way, if anything will change in the race. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> scott rasmussen. ahead, a fox news alert. remember this american tour identity theft trial in north
korea for stealing a political sign? he was just sentenced. and it is sickening what they're giving him. then, wonder what it was like at donald trump's rally last night? anna was there, and we paid her to go. >> reporter: yeah, and eggs benedict here. eggs benedict, extra hall an daze. hey, brian, hey to everybody at home. we're taking you behind the scenes and behind the scenes at testa's coming up.
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good morning. 24 minutes after the hour. we start with a look at your headlines and a fox news alert. a north korean court has sentenced a 21-year-old american tourist to 15 years of hard labor. he was convicted of attempting to disrupt the unity of north korea, that's what they call it, just for entering as a tourist and stealing a flag.
president obama's supreme court nomination is expected any day now. either judge srinivasan on the left or marrick garland is expected to be the nomination. remember the man who rushed the donald trump stage in ohio? he's facing federal charges. witnesses say thomas dimassimo jumped a barrier and ran toward the presidential candidate on the stage. he was immediately escorted out of the event and was arrested. those are your headlines. see you back here in a bit. >> sent the right message. you don't want anyone else following in his footsteps. >> if it was the right message, he'd still be in jail. he was pretty much immediately released. >> true. we're trying to get the right message. the right american legion bridge message out of donald trump's big headquarters, a private club down in palm beach, he had a decisive win, blowout win in that, his second home state of florida. our own anna kooiman was down at the festivities last night. once again, joins us from testa's which is located right
on one of the main drags in the heart of palm beach. good morning. >> reporter: hey, guys. good morning to everybody at home. yeah, we were here last night for trump's victory speech. he had about 500 of his members there. it was the who's who, super swanky, fancy cars driving in. nice clothes and great hors d'oeuvres and music and all of that. in true trump fashion, in style there. security was tight. we had to get all of our audio equipment and cameras and all that in there by 4:00. then we had to get out of the building for a couple of hours while they went and did a sweep to make sure everything was kosher and okay and the security lines were long but not too long for us to get there. there you can see after the disrupter stormed the stage there, maybe that was one of the reasons. everything seemed to go smoothly, though. i want you to look at what happened inside. >> how was the party tonight? >> great food at the pool and
music. now we get to come in here, and everyone's going to celebrate. >> reporter: how's the food, the drink? >> good. >> reporter: it's cool to cover any political event. i never thought i would be in the same room as donald trump. it's cool to be here. what do you think about just being here? what is this like? how would you describe it? >> the rest of florida isn't used to this type of opulence. i mean, when you look around, this is a very small sliver of florida's population. and for us to get some -- to spend nightmare it really is kind of amazing. it lets us see a lifestyle. >> lifestyles of the rich and famous. i tweeted a picture of the bathroom because everything is gold. a lot of my twitter followers were not happy with. they say it's too luxurious for what they believe a presidential candidate should be. >> reporter: what is your hat all about? i haven't seen anybody else in one like this. >> i totally felt inspired this afternoon. the lighting was a challenge.
i did it. made these things. i wanted to totally tell trump i love him and tell everybodiels that he has got to be the next president. >> reporter: did you know that you're trending on twitter? >> no. >> reporter: what do you think? >> hot stuff. i like it, i like it, i like it. >> having a great time. the hat getting attention on social media. something else you mentioned at the top of the show, trump taking a crack at the media. some laughed as the audience roared. but others seemed to take it personally. in fact, some were speaking out on twitter saying that it wasn't a nice thing to have that, and then contrast that with donald trump thanking his campaign manager, telling him he had done a good job with his win in the sunshine state when the reports are swirling about him allegedly grabbing a breitbart reporter.
he said there are nasty people there. some are nice. some of them are nice. >> yeah. >> a lot of dad gags. he had the folks in the palm of his hand. >> he did. it's his club. thank you very much. great report. looks fun. >> thank you. she was talking about trump taking a crack at mainstream media. there's an item about media bias by a 15-1 margin, 94% of the news reports on the mainstream media, the big three networks the last couple of nights, have blamed trump and not the agitators for the trouble in chicago by 15-1 margin. 94%. >> that surprise you? no. >> that's what trump's talking about. media bias. all right. 6:30. >> that's right. is a contested convention inevitable? after last night's republican primaries, people are asking that. who has the best chance to beat
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and republicans. here's the delegate count right now. donald trump leads with 621. ted cruz has 396. john kasich finally won one, and he's got 138 delegates. >> look what happened on the other side. missouri still too close to call. hillary clinton coming out on top in florida, in illinois, north carolina, and ohio. she has 1,561 delegates to bernie sanders' 800. a lot closer without the superdelegates. i think it's time to turn over to somebody else. >> that's right. anna's got a great panel. >> reporter: thanks. a dramatic super tuesday, too. donald trump locking in his spot as the front-runner as kasich wins his first state in ohio. marco rubio is officially done. >> while it is not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever, and while today my campaign is suspended -- >> no! >> the facts that i've come this
far is evidence of how special america true she. >> i want to congratulate marco rubio on having run a really tough campaign. he's tough. he's smart. and he's got a great future. he's got a great future. >> is a contested convention the only way forward now for the gop? let's ask our panel, democratic strategist jessica karlov, along with mike huckabee's former adviser, hogan gidley, and david bossi, president of citizens united. thank you very much finish be-- thank you very much for being with us on a super tuesday and early, too. she's wearing hillary clinton earrings this morning. we know who you're voting for. let me ask but the contested convention and the gop first. we've seen a lot of changes last night with kasich winning ohio. trump did well yesterday. will we see a contested convention? >> i think it's possible. i find it amazing that anyone is saying anything but this was a really good night for donald trump. he lost ohio but at 66
delegates, it's not going decide the race. john kasich has no path to nomination. >> 66 does matter when you look at the total. >> it does, but blowing it up is the story of the evening. i think you want to talk about the anti-trump forces and they consolidated around kasich and the voters that might have voted for bernie sanders and switched to vote against trump. he still has a good claim to get the nomination. if he's under 100 delegates short, he's going to have -- they'll have a tough time denying himself the delegation. >> i agree, it was a huge night for donald trump. when you talk four out of five states potentially with missouri to come down to the wire, and the only state you lose is a sitting governor who holds an 80% approval rating amongst republicans and 60% amongst the rest of the electorates in your state, a big night for a man who's had millions spent against him in negative advertising the last few weeks in those states. nothing more than a big success for donald trump. >> no doubt he's done really
well. does that mean that going into the convention we can see a contested convention? >> obviously the republican establishment is fighting donald trump and ted cruz tooth and nail. >> is it time for them to unite? >> it is going to be up to them. i would urge them to get behind them. look -- if i was donald trump and ted cruz, i'd be thinking about having a conversation together because if they joined forces, if they joined forces, they clearly eliminate the possibility of a divided convention. these are questions that are going to come up in coming days. >> that's also the most divisive ticket. it's so far to the right, a trump/cruz ticket leaves all morts in the dust. you is -- moderates in the dust. you have no concern for anyone who is ideologically -- >> that's what happens every four years to the conservative movement, so we're clear. and if you look at the cruz/trump totals, they get over two-thirds of the republican primary voters. i understand your point but think that should be for the voters. >> absolutely. let's look at the exit polls.
it's fun to look at that the next day. how trump won in florida. the exit polls show they -- 5080% liked the fact that he tells it like it is. 70% like that he's not part of the establishment. 56 say they are feeling betrayed by the gop. and 52% say he can bring needed change. >> why do they feel betrayed by the gop? we fought tooth and nail to get him in the house. we fought tooth and nail to get majorities in the senate. they vote with with barack obama 54% of the tooit time when he was in -- of the time when he was in the senate. now the house is gop, and they vote with him more, 55%. >> they're right all the time. who's going to go up against your girl, hillary clinton? >> i think it's donald trump. when you look at the match-up, i think he will end up being stronger against her than a ted cruz because he's ideologically polarizing. donald trump has flip-flopping going back to him. >> it could be the united states
versus hillary clinton in a court of law. we'll see how it turns out -- >> all right. i'm glad you got it in there. get that talk in at 6:30 in the morning. >> it happens all day. >> thank you so much for being with us. we'll toss to heather with the headlines. thanks. turning to a fox news alert. commuter chaos in washington, d.c. that city's subway system has been shut down. officials are carrying out an emergency safety inspection of its third rail power cables. the d.c. metro is the nation's second busiest transit network in the country with more than 700,000 riders every day. the system will reopen at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow with a shutdown totaling 29 hours. this comes after a fire on the tracks led to major delays throughout the system on monday. it will be a mess. three men will soon lose their jobs at the phoenix v.a. the hospital where the national
story years ago over unnecessary wait times and deaths. the chief of staff along with associate director lance robinson and chief of health administration services brad curry have all been formally proposed for removal. it's still bureaucratic, not a done deal yet. the allegations against the men are still unclear. it is official -- indy is back. ♪ >> we all remember that iconic scene. harrison ford, steven spielberg, teaming up for the fifth installment of the franchise. it's expected to hit theaters in 2019. we don't know a lot about it now, but fans were quick to react to one thing -- that's harrison ford's age. the star will be 77 years old when the movie premieres. dr. sam willis tweeted, "indiana jones and the raiders of the lost ark?" where did i put it?
you get older and lose things." and this then edited a walker to the original movie poster. poor harrison ford. and those are your headlines. >> we know how the movie business works. he will find a way to pass it on to the next indiana jones. >> that's right. they did that. >> to who? >> he passed it on to his son. the mantle has been passed. >> the shark from "happy days," he s he gone? >> you remember the bug scene when the lady had to walk through the twuunnel with all t bugs? i don't like roaches. not my thing. >> take it off of ainsley's list. he's back. meanwhile, remember this outrageous video of our sailors forced on to their knees by iranian troops? iran just added insult to injury if that's possible. then did you see this -- john kasich gets swallowed by the confetti at his rally last night. there's a story behind it. kurt the cyberguy with all the
scary stuff out of the middle east. chilling new video showing isis burning bibles in mosul. the militant group has killed and displaced hundreds of thousands of christians in iraq. the latest stunt comes as the u.s. considers whether or not to classify their actions as genocide. i think the house already did. to add insult to injury, iran says it's retrufed thousands of pages of military information from the devices of the ten sailors who were briefly detained and humiliated in january. iran claims it has about 13,000 pages of information off the
soldiers' gps laptops, as well as maps. fantastic. in politics, it was a big night for him. john kasich taking home his first primary win in his home state. and marco rubio suspending his campaign after a loss in his home state. what other moments from last night took off on social media? >> let's ask our cyberguy, kurt, from palm beach, florida, to hear from the voters. they're sitting next to anna. kurt? >> reporter: you heard about the blueberry pancakes and had to come down for them, right? >> you cooked them. amazing. it's anna's love that went into them that's drawing the crowd out. as well as florida has that climate of not just delicious food this early in the morning. delicious politics. it's not just in this state, it's around the country, and it's on line in the biggest ways. we've been asking these guys, karen is chiming in on this same poll. we went on twitter at "fox & friends," if you follow us there, you'd know we asked you yesterday -- and people have
been answering this minute by minute. it is do liberal activists trying to silence trump rallies make you support him more or less? and the interesting poll results here, more is the prevailing answer. 78%. and only 5% saying -- it has you support trump even less. about 17% say it doesn't make any difference. that's also what -- that's what karen said, that's what you said, right? no big difference for that one, right? all right. >> yeah. you see the candidates, particularly donald trump with his massive twitter following, capitalizing on viewers and voters getting out there and checking their phones -- >> he is masterful with the online stuff. have you been hit one any of his social media? i think we all bite into it, right? and then politics in general. this year's so unique that we see this kind of stuff that we've been looking at. it's become pop culture. we have spoofs, you we come memes are. when an idea or photo or
especially a spoof of a moment becomes popular on line and gets spun around. these are movie posters now turned into, well, political posters. who will win, obviously the "batman returns" with hillary and bernie. then two super to tuesday, ohio drift. if you zoom in, donald trump in a crazy -- crazy mode there. and then we've got this amazing -- here's a "star wars" one. cool. super tuesday. >> for the kids -- all over the internet. >> we show you this. remember in february, there was this just underwhelming amount of confetti for governor kasich's big rally in new hampshire. change that to what ended up happening was somebody got the memo in the camp that said never such an underwhelming amount. instead it rained on him yesterday. it did. and everybody is taking that and turning it into an animated gif or gif, whichever way you
pronounce it. these are posted on line. we'll look at amazing stuff. how you can also trump yourself coming up later this morning. >> with the hair. >> how you can trump yourself. look ford that. >> kurt and anna at testa's. thank you. >> we'll visit with you again about this later. coming up next on this show, republican elites are whining about trump's huge campaign success. >> for one reason. he understands that the climate and the culture of america today better than any. >> herman cain says that clip from the cirque us on showtime is the most pathetic video he's ever seen. he joins us next. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america. i hope you like it spicy! get complete protection with the purple pill. the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection. this is my retirement. retiring retired tires.
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from a field of 17 republican candidates back in the day, now narrowed down to just three. so now that two of the three remaining candidates are considered nonestablishment, which candidate will republicans rally behind? joining us right now, somebody who knows a little bit about this is a former presidential candidate and fox news contributor, herman cain, joining us from las vegas. when you're out in vegas, when you play the numbers do you play 999? just curious? >> no no no. that's not my game. >> trump had a very good night last night. john kasich had a good night for him, he finally won one. but it's the year of the outsider. that's really what we saw last night between ted cruz doing pretty well in a couple of states and donald trump winning so far three out of the five -- could be four, right now too close to call. >> yes. the reason is, the people are
speaking, steve, across this country. that's the good news. and the establishment republicans are rejecting what the people are saying. and that's what i find pathetic and destructive to the party. and the only good thing about this is that trump has embodied and is embracing whether you like him or not, what the will of the people is. they're not looking at all of the political noise. they are looking at three things. they want somebody who is a leader, a fighter and a winner. and he gets criticized for not having detail but if they go to his website he has plenty of detail there relative to replacing the tax code and replacing obamacare. those are the two biggest things he's embraced. >> well, the establishment hates him and there's a brand-new show on showtime called "the circus." we'll show folks if they haven't seen it a snippet of what goes
on in dark parlors in washington, d.c. this is real. these are real parts of the republican establishment, all caught on camera. they knew the cameras were there, but very telling. watch this. >> everybody around this table that i know, we have been in every presidential campaign since 1980s, to some degree. you don't know what trump's compass is. >> how problematic is that for the future of the party? >> i think before it's over, it's hugely problematic. >> i talk to people, why don't you republicans do something about this guy? i'm sorry, this is not the soviet union, we can't call a meeting and decide that trump is out. >> and we hate that. >> yeah. >> these guys really hate trump and they're putting -- they're all in to try to derail the trump train and the insurgents. >> this is jaw dropping, steve. i'm surprised -- i know that -- i knew that people felt like this but for them to actually not mind going public with it, i
mean, it's disgusting. because it's contributing to the divisiveness of the republican party more than trump is. republicans have for years said, we want a bigger tent and well, donald trump has drawn people to the bigger tent and now what do the good old boys want do? make the tent big again and people aren't going away. >> the question is, who runs the party? the people or those guys in that room in washington? >> the people run the party. and that's what those guys in that room in washington can't tolerate. and i've got to tell you, i don't think that it's going to go away. the other thing is all of these other so-called conservative elites who are lining up to try to stop trump, starting with mitt romney, well, i'm telling you, it's not going to work. the other thing about the results last night, john kasich did win the state of ohio. that is what he hoped to do, that's what he was supposed to say. but i think for him it gives him
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we're going to go forward and we're going to win. but more importantly we're going to win for the country. we're going to win, win, win, we're not stopping. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic party nomination. and winning this election in november! >> but it's not god's plan that i be president in 2016 or maybe ever. my campaign is suspended. >> only one campaign has beaten donald trump over and over and over again. not once, not twice, not three times. but nine times, all across the country. >> we started this campaign.
at 3% in the national polls. we have come a long way. >> i have to thank the people of the great state of ohio. i love you. that's all i can tell you. i love you. >> he should love them. he's their governor. >> yeah. >> he's relieved and he's elated yesterday after getting ohio. yeah. >> i won one state, thank goodness. let's look at the results from last night. trump winning florida, north carolina and illinois. john kasich as we said winning his home state of ohio. missouri still even at 7:01 here on the east coast, it's too close to call this morning. >> no one ever go got that nomination without getting ohio. meanwhile, missouri is too close to call on the democratic side, but hillary came out on top in florida and in illinois and missouri and ohio. >> even though missouri is too
close to call on both sides, hillary clinton is leading by less than 2,000, so is donald trump. meanwhile, we have live fox team coverage for super tuesday 2. molly line in columbus, ohio. we'll start with phil keating who is live in miami with trump's win and marco's disappointment. >> reporter: good morning. a triumphant night for donald trump, absolutely decisive and for the home state senator in the end it wasn't even close. the republican front-runner taking the stage last night at his mar-a-lago palm beach resort. he had plenty to celebrate. he pulled 45% of the vote in florida, 18 points ahead of rubio with cruz and kasich minimal competition. >> we have a great opportunity and the people that are voting are democrats are coming in. independents are coming in. and very, very importantly,
people that never voted before. it's an incredible place. >> reporter: as rubio spent millions of dollars in tv ads and stumped nonstop in florida this past week, he kept promising the polls were way off. turns out the polls weren't wrong, rubio was. last night, he was far from bitter. >> i know first hand that ours is a special nation. because where you come from here doesn't decide where you get to go. that's how a 44-year-old son of a bartender and a maid, that's how i decide i too can run for president of the united states of america. [ applause ] >> reporter: and yesterday morning in rubio's hometown of west miami here's a scene of what would come at the end of the night. all trump. in fact, trump had far more organization and volunteers in florida than all of the other campaigns. and he was the only campaign yesterday to have about 50 poll watchers just hanging out in the voting precincts to make sure everything went smoothly and what of course is historically
infamous florida. >> phil, we heard that donald trump's name wasn't on a few ballots, so they started to wonder if something was going on there, right? >> reporter: turns out that was not the case. it was a closed primary. those voters were confused. they were registered as independents, so they only had their local elections to choose from. they couldn't vote in the primary. >> that's the way it works. phil, thank you. meanwhile, donald trump himself is joining us after a late night. he's going to be with us in the next hour right here on "fox & friends." we should point out that a year ago, the conventional wisdom was that on this wednesday morning, we would be talking about the sunshine shoot-out between jeb bush and marco rubio. one of those two people would wind up the conventional wisdom was -- would wind up, you know, taking the nomination. brit hume was on last night. he had some brilliant analysis and he's talking about how donald trump is now the front-runner and he's got a bunch more delegates.
the reason is, unlike the professional politicians, donald trump was able to look into the heart of america and figured out how to go at it. >> the mystery of trump of course is partly he read the electorate better than anybody. i mean, all the others were in the race, successful governors galore. we had all the candidates, a lot of them smart. ted cruz has a very well organized campaign and he's plotted this from a long way off. nobody is saying he's run a bad campaign, yet, trump read the electorate better than anybody. >> here's the thing that the professional politicians are still getting it wrong. you have trump and ted cruz, the establishment is not supporting either one of them. >> right. i say there's two things. donald trump, he's anti-establishment and he's done everything totally different. the stuff he said, the way he's approached things. he's not just a business man trying to jump into politics. it's the way he jumped into politics and it outraged the
people at the national review, the conservatives conservatives who has the conservative mantle on a monthly basis. and rich lowry came out against him a long time ago, but he said this about the current math and the path that's usually handled by the republicans. >> trump has had a good night. if this were anyone else who had won this many contests this far into the process, there would be no question about that candidate inevitably being the nominee and the party rallying around him or her. but trump is uniquely polarizing as a front-runner in any major party we have seen in recent history. >> he's absolutely right. if the front-runner had a name other than trump, everybody would be coalescing around here. tomorrow in washington, d.c., there's a meeting with some top republicans. they're going to figure out how
to stop trump if he's the nominee or to run a third party true conservative. a couple of republicans you don't know the names of, and erick erickson who was supporting marco rubio and ted cruz, it could be on the part of the establishment company to derail trump. >> the danger is you split the republican party and hillary wins. >> the thing they feared most about donald trump of him getting some votes now that the party is seeing he's winning, they're leaving the party. the party is leaving the party, because trump is winning the party. >> who is the party? washington, d.c. or the people out there? >> i think the people. >> meanwhile t people of ohio selected governor john kasich keeping his presidential hopes alive. a clean sweep for hillary clinton. finally, he won one. >> yeah. he's relieved because it's a vital one. molly line in the winner take
all state of ohio, columbus, with what's next for governor kasich and his campaign. >> reporter: good morning, steve, ainsley and brian. great to be you today. that's right, john kasich won here in ohio, so he continues to move forward. what could be a contested convention. >> you better believe it's about america, it's about pulling us together. not pulling us apart. it is about usa. >> reporter: ohio was perceived as a must win for the governor who would have struggled after a home state loss. as you mentioned this was a winner take all contest, kasich claiming all 66 delegates at stake and finally racking up that first win. it was decisive. he ended up by more than 10% over donald trump with some momentum in his corner, kasich is vowing to go all the way to the republican convention in cleveland and beyond. >> we've got one more trip
around ohio. this coming fall, we will beat hillary clinton and i will become the president of the united states. >> reporter: despite his recent upset victory in michigan, senator bernie sanders was unable to defeat secretary hillary clinton here in the neighboring state of ohio. she got a win and wins in many other states. she struck an optimistic note in the wake of all those victories. >> you voted for our tomorrow to be better than our yesterday. tomorrow where all of us do our part because that's how america can live up to its potential too. >> reporter: clinton's path to the nomination is more clear than kasich's, but all the same the governor is out on the campaign trail here. he moves off to pennsylvania for an event at villanova university. >> thank you, molly line. three-man race.
we started with 19 -- 17 -- >> 17. >> down to three now for the gop. >> meanwhile, the current president of the united states is about to make news. isn't he? heather? >> talking about 11:00 a.m. eastern time, we are just hearing -- we start with a fox news alert. breaking news out of the white house. president obama will unveil his nomination to fill justice antonin scalia's seat on the supreme court. according to sources the president will either pick judge sri srinivasan, seen on screen left or judge garland on the right. in a statement, president obama said, quote, i'm doing my job, i hope our senators will do their job and move quickly to consider my nominee. that is what the constitution dictates and that's what the american people expect and deserve from their leader. however, senate republicans vowing not to consider any candidate until after the next president is elected in november. another fox news alert and from overseas a north korean supreme court sentences a 21-year-old american college student to 15 years of hard labor at one of those awful
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the candidate to beat in each of their parties. but how do they win we have michael maslansky, a partner at maslansky & partners. good morning to you. >> good morning, steve. >> all right. let's talk a little bit about this. over the last month or so, we have been talking about how decisive the late deciders were. the people who waited until the last minute, sometimes until they're actually in the booth, to figure out who to go for. we have one poll to put up. first up in florida, the late deciders went for donald 37% to marco rubio's 31%. but you found this interesting. why? >> well, so if you look at the overall results in florida he won by 19 points. yet, among late deciders he only won by six. so the question is what was going on there? the rubio said he was -- he was closing the gap. arguably he was with the late deciders. it wasn't enough. it was a big night for trump. but the gap was much smaller among the late deciders. if you look at the other state,
illinois, missouri, north carolina and ohio the late deciders trended against trump and moved against him. even in missouri where late deciders broke for cruz in a big way. >> do you think the big protests over the weekend where moveon.org closed down the show in chicago, do you think that impacted the late deciders? >> you know, i think that ultimately chicago -- probably as many moved for trump as against him. the move on protesters were there to shake things up and the negative ads might be having an impact. his twitter followers are telling me how big of a night trump had. but at the end of the day, the margins were shrinking closer to the election. that may mean something for the next round of voting. >> something else was asked at the exit polls by the pollsters of republican voters. if a trump and clinton are the two choices, would you go third party? 44% said yes they'd go third
party in who -- ohio. the same thing for illinois, missouri and close to it in north carolina. they say that every time. people don't like that -- >> really what they're saying they're not yet comfortable with trump. i think as the process goes on, if he wins the nomination or even as it becomes clear he's going to win the nomination they will coalescing. they'll get used to him. find reasons to support him versus a democratic nominee. very little chance there's a third party candidate so ultimately the question is of this group, how many of them will get comfortable with trump? versus deciding to stay home or even go democrat and vote for clinton. >> sure. one last exit poll to show, republicans are angry with the federal government. it's close to 40% in those four states right there. so what that says to you is if it's not going to be trump, and it's probably going to be trump according to what you said in the break, the only choice for
republicans is ted cruz. the outsiders. >> first of all, i think it's interesting that only 40% of republicans say they're angry. the whole narrative of the election has been about how angry the republican party is. i think that's interesting. the other things associated with that number, if you look at head to head between cruz and trump, in a number of the states that voted last night if they had to do it all over again f it were just the two of them, they'd vote for cruz over trump. so the question is, you know, as the voting continues, are -- and it narrows now to the three-man race or even the two-man race, does cruz pick up some more states? >> interesting stuff. michael maslansky from maslansky & partners, thank you for joining us. our postgame show. all right, meanwhile, still ahead on a wednesday, no republican has ever become the nominee without winning ohio. after john kasich's victory can donald trump change that trend? former ohio congressman dennis
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state of ohio is, on the road to the white house is congressman dennis kucinich. he's a former ohio congressman and presidential candidate and fox news contributor. good to see you, congressman. thank you for being with us this morning. >> good to be with you. >> thank you so much. we were watching the results come in last night and like we said, no republican has ever gotten the republican nomination without winning that state. obviously this year it's going to change because kasich even though he won the state, he doesn't have enough -- if you look at the number, if you look at the math to get the republican nomination. who will get the republican nomination this year? >> well, i think odds on, it's donald trump. but he's going to need john kasich and he's going to need ohio. so what i say, ainsley, print the bumper sticks. trump/kasich. >> all right. well, we actually talked to senator kasich yesterday. he was on the show. brian had an excellent interview with him and listen to what he said about teaming up with donald trump. then i'll get your reaction.
>> there's no way i would team up with donald trump. no way. forget it. i'm going on 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 these things that haunt us and bother us today. i can promise you that. >> all right, so congressman he said forget it. yesterday after that interview many of us said do you think he's just saying that going into ohio, do you think he'll change his mind if he's asked to be the vp? >> the operative word is the art of the deal. if you want to be included as the vice president and asked about it publicly while still a candidate, you say no way. so he's right on track up. >> we talked a lot about -- this election is so different than anything we have ever witnessed. we have so many democrats that are going to the polls and
they're voting for donald trump. yesterday, we talked to one. her name is gayla baer-taylor. listen to what she had to say about changing her vote. listen to what she's doing this year. >> my grandpa was always a democrat. you know? and in fact, he threatened family and said if we ever voted anything 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 a party of enabling, they enable people to stay weak and poor and full of excuses and it's not my grandpa's democrat. >> what's your reaction to that? >> well, that is really going to be the central theme of the general election. will hillary clinton be able to reach back to those disaffected democrats and bring them into the fold again? because really, when you see democrats crossing over and voting republican that's not
good sign. especially when you have so much activity going on in the republican primaries. you know, it's really going to be a challenge should hillary clinton get the nomination. she's on the track to do that. to be able to go back to the voters like the one you just represent and say, look, here is what we stand for. here's what we want to do. don't -- you know, please come home. all is forgiven. >> what about the democratic party? you mentioned hillary clinton, what does this mean for bernie sanders? >> well, you know, right now i think of the pledged delegates hillary clinton has about 59%. bernie sanders has a tough climb to be able to get the nomination. it's not mathematically impossible, but it's difficult. and what's going to happen though is that if hillary clinton gets the nomination, she has to find a way to reach back to bernie sanders supporters and bring them in too as well as get
the disaffected democrats who have crossed over to republicans. this is a tough order. again, i think it's part of the narrative of the general election if hillary clinton can do that. if she can, i think she has a very good chance of being the next president. but if not, donald trump is quite formidable. cannot be underestimated. i think we're looking at a really amazing election year with all of the possibilities that are starting to shape up. >> yeah. we'll be following it. fun year for all of us. thanks so much, congressman. brian? >> go ahead. >> okay. he is one of hollywood's biggest stars taking your hard earned cash at the box office, but george clooney slammed america in a big way. and plus, anna is talking to florida voters about the big primary. what have you got? >> it's blueberry scrumptious pancakes here in palm beach,
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>> trump won the marianna islands. >> he was thanking those folks. >> over and over again. we have to find out the story behind that. it's the same missouri situation on the democratic side, too close to call. hillary clinton coming out on top in florida, illinois, north carolina and ohio. >> so donald trump and hillary clinton had great nights last night. what do voters think down in the florida sunshine state about the results? anna kooiman is live at testa's restaurant in the heart of palm beach where there are palm trees behind her and pancakes in front of her. good morning. >> hey, good morning. finally, i'm done with the pancake, steve. we have a long way until november, right? i can't do that multiple times. i'm making a love friends a lot of regulars come here to testa's, it's been in palm beach since 1921. i'm asking them that influenced their vote. what's your name? >> robert kieger. >> what influenced your vote? >> well, i started a political action committee about 12 months
ago and decided to support donald trump just shortly thereafter. >> so you clearly voted for trump. why do you like him? >> well, you know what, he's the only one that is able to turn this country around. >> okay. great. next up, this is such a fun and kooky place, they let dogs eat at the table with you. who did you vote for? >> donald trump. he's saying what i believe on immigration, isis, getting deals done. >> a lot of things that you support him on. what do you think of a contested convention if that should happen? >> i hope that they'll see the light with him having the most votes and put him over the top. i hope there's no contested convention. >> okay. all right. great. we have one more. gop girl. she has a blog. what do you think about the possibility of a contested convention? >> i think it would be a big mistake because the people of this country, the majority of the people of this country want donald trump. and the republican national committee needs to embrace that. >> okay.
thanks so much. everybody, i just want to hear you shout out who you want as a vp candidate if trump wins the nomination. >> john kasich. >> marco rubio. >> i heard omarosa. >> from "the apprentice." that's fun. all right, anna kooiman with a pro trump crowd in palm beach. keep in mind, donald trump's mar-a-lago resort is less than a mile away. he's been there for a number of years. >> all right. thank you, nan. meanwhile, look at ted cruz, he said i'm the only one who's beat donald trump eight or nine times and maybe by the end of the day ten if he takes missouri. he's still about 100 delegates off the pace. but he spoke to james rosen after the results were virtually
in. >> what i have done in washington is tell the truth. and do what i said i would do. that's why i'm the leading competitor to donald trump because people across this country fed up with washington. they're fed up with politicians who lie to them. and so i'm going to continue telling the truth. i'm going to continue standing up to washington, to the bipartisan corruption. that got us in this mess. you know, the reason the shington establishment is so flabbergasted at this election, they had the candidates that were their chosen candidates and the people didn't want that. i recognize that people in washington want me to come on bended knee with hat in hand and say oh, you were right. >> and there were those who want him to apologize to mitch mcconnell and become the establishment candidate. >> donald trump mentioned that he spoke yesterday on the phone with mitch mcconnell. when donald trump comes up in an hour, we'll ask him about this.
>> and paul ryan. >> the week before. and military times did a survey of which of the candidates they support. donald trump was number one with 27%. do you know who number two was? bernie sanders. he was number two with 22. followed by ted cruz at 17 and hillary rodham clinton got 11. in the men time, over to heather naue heather nauert who has some headlines. >> we have an eye on washington, d.c. we'll check in with peter doocy up. washington, d.c., the subway system has been shut down xheetdly. they're carrying out an emergency safety test. it's the second busiest metro network in the united states. more than 700,000 riders each and every day. the system will reopen tomorrow at 5:00 a.m. those roads will be a mess this morning. federal health officials scrambling to stop the
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>> maybe he can screen them personally. do a background check and find out who they are. >> that's a good point. >> anti-immigrant, we don't know who they are. we'd like to know. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. i'm going to say thank you to heather later. she's left the building. a train slams into a van at the crossing, how the police officer saved the drive we are seconds to spare. plus, donald trump finishes second in ohio to the sitting governor, john kasich. why is his message resonating in the buckeye state? we'll talk to one democratic ohio state senator. he will talk about trump, next. you're late for work.
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a quick look at your headlines this morning. an ohio police officer saves a man from an on coming train with seconds to spare. the cop helping the drive tore safety after his van got stuck on the tracks. luckily no one was hurt. two illinois police officers hailed heroes. listen to this story. for saving the life of a choking toddler. the little girl's grandmother was driving when she noticed the 19-month-old stopped breathing. could you imagine? officers arrived quickly. they revived the little girl and guess what, she's made a full recovery. good for her. steve, over to you. >> thank you very much, ainsley. democrats and independents showed up at the polls in ohio to support republican candidates yesterday. why is that? let's talk to ohio state senator cafaro, he joins us live in new
york city. >> good morning. >> first off, the democrats and the independents who voted in the republican primary, and it looks like 8% democrats voted in the republican primary. self-identified voters, over half of them went to kasich. 39% went to trump. and the next one shows you independents self-identified voters. plurality went to kasich followed by trump and cruz as well. so many democrats particularly in your home district on the eastern side of ohio, went for trump. why? >> because he resonates on the issues of the economy. you know, bill clinton obviously famously stated in 1992 it's the economy, stupid. and that truly resonates to this day in eastern ohio. this is coal country, this is steel country. these are folks that have been significantly impacted by the trade imbalance due to nafta and the wto and very skeptical of the tpp. so when donald trump comes in and talks about losing --
>> the jobs went to mexico, they go, that's right. they did. >> it's the truth. so when you look at -- you talked about 8% of the republican voters being democrats in my area it was far, far higher. one out of 15 republican votes cast in trumbull county which is deep blue was cast by democrats and 50% of the votes that were cast for the republicans went to donald trump in many area. >> we had a woman on yesterday from indiana. she's a trump supporter. but she's a life long democrat. >> right. >> she said, you know, the democratic party is not my grandfather's democratic party. it's changed. >> it has changed and i was actually just talking about this earlier with somebody in the greenroom. i think one of the biggest challenges we have as a party is the fact that we are so heavily reliant on personalities to prop us up. you know, we're a strong party during the bill clinton years. we were strong with barack
obama. as someone who is a figure to coalesce around. when the figures are gone because we have only two terms to be president of the united states, then our message somehow collapses. i think that's what we're seeing as far as our transformative time again and on the democratic side. >> let's fast forward to november. let's say it is hillary clinton versus donald trump. what are the democrats in your home state going to do? >> i think trump is going to be the hardest person to beat. i think john kasich would be hard to beat. i think he'd have a challenge to the path to nomination, but donald trump because of his resonating message with the reagan democrats who are more focussed on the economy, and who may have, you know, a little bit of a trust gap with hillary clinton, remembering her support at least tacitly for her husband's nafta support. so it's challenge for her, i think. >> it's going to be a challenge for you.
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significant share of the remaining 19 states to vote? that's the dilemma facing the republican party or i should say the anti-trump part of the party. you know, they're wanting to move into a contested convention to deny him. but there could be a meltdown in cleveland if they do it. >> i'll tell you what, you know, donald trump has just said there will be riots in the streets if he's denied the nomination. here's what he said about the negative advertisements directed against him. let's listen. >> nobody has ever ever in the history of politics received the kind of negative advertising that i have. record, record, record. by the way, mostly false. i wouldn't say 100%, but about 90%. mostly false. vicious, horrible. they said it was 18 million the first week. meaning last week. and 25 million, it added up to over $40 million.
and you explain it to me because i can't. my numbers went up. i don't understand it. nobody understands it. >> do you understand it, dr. sabato? >> well, i understand this much. by the way i credit him for admitting 10% of it's true. very few candidates will admit anything in a negative ad is true, but look, i wouldn't say it's a record amount, loads of candidates have had massive negative advertising aimed at them. but he's right about this. he's had an awful lot of negative advertising directed at his campaign and he has not spent very much to answer it and he doesn't have super pacs to spend money to answer its, and yet he keeps winning. what does that tell you? it tells you he has a very, very strong core of supporters who aren't moved by the messages in negative ads. >> do you blame cruz for not stopping and kasich for continuing? would you do the same thing if you were in their camps? >> well, look, they put their
heart and soul into this for months or years. so you can't tell a candidate to get out. as long as they can see a path to victory, even if it's a daydream, you know, you can see why they continue. if i can just make one key point, brian. people are forgetting about the 40 days -- 40 days -- between june 7th when the primaries end, and the mid july start of the republican convention. that's a lot of time for negotiation. and it's going to happen. that's why you don't have to have a contested convention. >> right. if you have -- you have to get to 1,237, but if donald trump is a great deal maker see if he cuts a great deal maker. this is testing you and your students. thank you very much. we have a huge show in the final hour. carly fiorina will be here talking about ted cruz. and donald trump will be talking about himself. we'll talk about the gop.
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side, this year we will not be on the winning side. today my campaign is suspended. >> there he goes. now it is a smaller field in the republican side. we'll talk about the republican race with carly fiorina, who is going to join brian shortly and donald trump within the half hour here on "fox & friends" with the post game show to super tuesday part two. >> you wonder who's going to get marco rubio's support. governor christie and carly fiorina is with cruz. who gets marco rubio? >> it's not necessarily monolithic. not everybody is for rubio is going to go to cruz. >> each state decides. >> ultimately, they stay his delegates until the convention. >> if you're just waking up, we have the results for you. >> donald trump won the state of florida, a blowout, forcing marco rubio out. north carolina and illinois, john kasich won his home state of ohio. but he really had to.
missouri, still too close to call. it's within 2,000 votes between mr. cruz and mr. trump. >> all right. so if you look at the numbers, here are the delegates. trump leading with 621. cruz has 396. kasich has 138. >> yep. on the democratic side, missouri is also too close to call and if they're within this margin of error which they are right now, within 1%. these candidates can call for a recount and you wonder if they will because it is proportional. they'll get the same amount of delegates. on the other side with hillary clinton things are clearer there. she's on top and nearly doubled the delegates if you count the super delegates 1561 to sanders 8 hundred. >> that's right. it's the year of the insurgency. started off at 17, now we're down to three for the gop. >> absolutely. and you know the way things have worked historically is generally the front-runner by now is
pretty clear and the republican elites in washington, d.c., they coalesce around that person, saying we have to get on the same page. but because it's trump an outsider who d.c. elites hate and the number two guy, ted cruz, they hate him too, it is the year of the outsider. and herman cain made that clear a little while ago on this here show. >> the establishment republicans are rejecting what the people are saying. and that's what i find pathetic and destructive to the party. the people run the party and that's what those guys in that room in washington can't tolerate. and i've got to tell you, i don't think it's going to go away. the other thing is all of the other so-called conservative elite who are lining up to try to stop trump, starting with mitt romney, well, i'm telling you it's not going to work. >> all right. i say a couple of things. remember, there was pressure on hillary clinton to get out and give barack obama the nomination. she didn't, she stayed until
june. she won't be able to pressure bernie sanders. remember santorum stuck around and so did governor huckabee. >> with delegates -- >> even though it looked like mitt romney would win, santorum finished out. >> we're down to three candidates for the gop, two of the candidates as you were saying are anti-establishb. marco rubio he was the establishment candidate. >> he started as the tea party guy. >> so did cruz did or is. as herman cain mentions what happens to the establishment? do they support one of the guys -- if you look at the numbers, kasich cannot win unless something happens with the contested convention. >> unless trump shows up and he's short. >> exactly. but right now it looks like either trump or cruz is going to get -- are going to get the nominations. so who does the establishment support? one of the two guys or do they bring in a third party candidate? that's the problem if the republican party wants to unite,
they'll have to choose one of the two candidates in my opinion. >> and last night in mar-a-lago in palm beach, donald trump said, you know, i talked on the phone to paul ryan and i talked yesterday on the phone to mitch mcconnell. so what he is talking about? probably the message is unity, i'm with you guys. we'll ask him about it. but going forward, the people who control the levers of power -- >> are they too prideful to come out and support one of the guys? >> they can read the writing on the wall. the people across the country don't like washington, d.c. congress right now i think according to gallup has a 13% -- >> why don't they listen to the constituents? >> good question. >> paul ryan is saying i'm not waiting to see who the nominee is. i'm going to come out with a republican, conservative agenda going forward. i don't care who the guy is or the woman is. i'm going to put it forward. if donald trump is really that respectful of ryan and he does seem to like him, if paul ryan comes up with a conservative
agenda and donald trump goes it looks good to me, all of a sudden, everybody is on the same page. >> but i read one story today in one of the papers that said there's some suggestion that paul ryan kind of left the door open where he could actually be the establishment person who parachutes in at the last minute. >> like hubert humphrey did in '68. >> any chance he could be a vp? >> no way. he ran as a running mate. he has a more powerful position right now. i don't see it happening. meanwhile, in terms of vice president, we had governor kasich on yesterday, and we asked him flat out would you ever team up with donald trump and he said no. that did not stop dennis kucinich saying they could eventually team up. >> 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. >> the operative book is the art of the deal. and if you want to be included as a vice president, and you're asked about it publicly when you're still a candidate you say no way. so he's right on track. [ laughter ] >> so anything is possible. >> so governor kasich had to say that yesterday when you interviewed him, he had to say, yeah, i'm not going to team up with donald trump, i want to win. >> just like marco rubio made it clear regardless of what happened last night he was going to go to utah today. >> right. >> well, it didn't go work -- work out that way. and he didn't go to utah. >> so governor kasich said i'm going to be the nominee, instead he said i will not team up with donald trump. hard to imagine him backing -- >> hopefully we'll call in today and ask him if he's having second thoughts. >> it would be shocking to hear of a politician changing their
mind. >> i have not heard of that yet. it can happen. meanwhile, if you were watching fox last night in the 9:00 hour, you saw donald trump give a big victory speech and anna kooiman was there. she's taking us inside. she's at testa's in palm beach. >> we have had a great time last night, and at the victory speech, just watching the opulence. i mean, about 500 of the mar-a-lago private club members were in attendance. the victory speech, with a big party, entertainment, hors d'oeuvres, tuna tartar, a lot of fancy car, even saw a bentley. got to talk to the supporters and some of the local reporters who say this is an election cycle unlike anything they have ever seen.
>> yeah, great food. the music. get to come in here and everyone is going to celebrate. >> how is the food, how is the drink, what's the party like? >> everything is great. only in palm beach. the best of everything is here. >> as a journalist personally, what is this like for you? >> pretty cool to cover any political event. i mean, i never thought i'd be in the same room with donald trump. you never think you will. and you know, something like that happens. it's pretty cool to be here. >> what do you think about being here at mar-a-lago? how would you describe it? >> well, the rest of florida isn't used to this type of opulence. when you look around this is a small sliver of florida's population. and for us to get some -- to spend some time in it is kind of amazing. because it lets us see kind of the lifestyle. >> lifestyle of the rich and the famous. in the bathroom, it's all gold. a lot of people said it's too luxurious for what they believe a presidential candidate should be. >> what is that all about?
i haven't seen anyone else with this. >> i felt totally inspired this afternoon. the lighting was a challenge, but i did it. made all the things. i just wanted to totally tell trump i love him and tell everybody else that he is got to be the next president. >> did you know you're trending on twitter? >> no. >> what do you think of that? >> hot stuff. i like it, i like it. >> a lot of colorful people, you always tend to see in florida. one of my new friends mike from indiana is visiting on business. what do you mean about the possibility of a contested convention? >> well, i think if it was any other politician in there, everybody else would have given their support to him by now. i think everyone is trying to buck the system and keep trump out and stay in the race instead of supporting him and moving forward. so i think a contested convention is a bad thing for the republican party. and the people in general because the people are speaking what they want right now. >> all right.
mike, thank you so much. so he's saying that the republican party needs to rally around the front-runner. he says it's time. ainsley, brian, steve, back to you. >> anna kooiman, it's breakfast time in palm beach. >> it's the best place to go there. you can get there quickly. palm beach. without a passport. >> i love it. >> heather, over to you. >> we have a fox news alert to start off with. breaking news from the white house in just a few hours, president obama will announce his choice to fill the vacant seat of antonin scalia on the u.s. supreme court. according to sources the president's pick will likely be either judge sri srinivasan seen on the left or judge merrick garland on the right. president obama said, quote, i'm doing my job. i hope the senate will do their job to consider my nominee that's what the constitution dictates and what the american people expect and deserve from their leaders.
the senate republicans are vowing to wait until after the election. another fox news alert right now, the north korean supreme court sentences a college years labor in one of the terrible labor camps. 21-year-old otto warmbier convicted of stealing a political banner while there as a tourist. that trial lasted just one hour. and now to a look at some extreme weather catastrophic flooding closing parts of interstate 10 in both directions. near the texas-louisiana state line, causing a slow down for the drivers. you can see the swollen sabine river. people say it's called sabine. rising right up to the bridge and covering roads in orange county. thousands of people forced to evacuate as floodwaters continue to rise there. those are your headlines. >> a lot of rain down there. >> sure has. been going on for some time. >> thank you, heather. 12 minutes now after the hour. you have heard of the problems at the v.a. and no one getting
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only two campaigns have a plausible path to the nomination. ours and donald trump's. nobody else has any mathematical possibility whatsoever. only one campaign has beaten donald trump over and over and over again. >> well, ted cruz remained resolute despite multiple losses against trump, but in contention in many states and hopes to win missouri. can he catch up and blow past trump before the july convention? joining us right now is the former ceo of hewlett-packard and the presidential candidate herself, carly fiorina. she's a debate superstar like ted cruz and a supporter of ted cruz. great to see you, carly, welcome back. >> thanks for having me. >> inside the cruz camp, they almost got what they wanted.
get me one-on-one with trump. how much does governor kasich get in the way of that? >> well, look, governor kasich won his home state. i think sort of a minimum expectation, but honestly, he has no path. as ted cruz said last night, there are only two candidates who have a path to the nomination. i would point something else out for your viewers. you know, you had a story about president obama nominating the next supreme court justice. this is why people should unify behind ted cruz. we know exactly the kind of justice that ted cruz will appoint. we have no clue what donald trump will appoint. we don't know what his principles are. in fact, what he said is that he's going to do a deal, that's what he always says, he's going to do a deal with chuck schumer and harry reid on his supreme court picks. look, it's not just the white house that hangs in the balance. the supreme court hangs in the balance. we need a constitutional conservative in the white house. because we need another
constitutional conservative on the bench of the supreme court. so i urge republican voters to unify now behind ted cruz. >> right. so the delegate math looks like this, trump with 621, cruz with 396, and kasich with 138. as john roberts e-mailed me taking missouri brings in 12 delegates. too close to call, to whoever ends up winning that state. in the big picture, the math is almost impossible for ted cruz to overcome. having said that, the national review's rich lowry said any other front-runner at this point in the past would basically have been anointed the nominee. what's the problem, carly fiorina, with letting the people speak and giving trump the nomination? >> well, first let's talk about which people are speaking. look, take nothing away from trump's victories. but he's winning for the most part in open primaries. that is, there are democrats and independents who are voting for him. when we have closed primaries or caucuses, generally speaking,
ted cruz has won. the last time i looked, republican primary voters ought to pick their nominee. and it's also true that i have said from the very moment almost that donald trump announced his candidacy, he doesn't represent me and he doesn't represent my party. and there are a whole lot of republicans -- in fact, 65 to 70% of republicans say they're not going to vote for donald trump. so i think republican primary voters are speaking. i hope other republican party voters would unify behind ted cruz and i hope the establishment will unify behind ted cruz because john kasich cannot win. >> okay. so you would hope for kasich to step aside and leave it one-on-one, cruz, trump and donald trump says he'd like that that too. thank you, carly fiorina. coming up, straight ahead, donald trump here to respond in a matter of moments.
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impact on the presidential race. but also on congressional races because this fits in with the meme of the democrats that republicans are obstructionists and they're resisting. republicans say, listen, you really don't have a right -- we think based on precedent to bring this nomination at this point. so that's going to be the real tough point. >> let's look at these two individuals that we're getting word he could be nominating. the first is sri srinivasan. what do you know about him? he's on the left. >> he's a very, very bright guy. he's had a real approval in the united states senate in terms of his confirmation on the d.c. circuit court of appeals which is really the most preeminent court below the united states supreme court in the country. he was born in india. he's harvard educated. he's known as a brilliant guy. he's argued more than 20 cases before the united states supreme court. played basketball in lawrence,
kansas, where steve doocy actually went to college. and so is known as a very, very smart guy. and is seen as a moderate. >> oh, really? >> absolutely. >> then he's the first foreign born justice, at least since 1962. >> born in india. >> all right. let's look at the other individual we were mentioning. his name is merrick garland. what do you know about him? >> he's 62 or 63 years old. he's been in the wings waiting in the wings in the past. reportedly considered a couple of times before by president obama to replace supreme court justices. and he is known as a moderate, a harvard guy. part of the washington establishment for a long time. part of a long-term kind of fdr democratic family that he married into. >> you say both are moderates. here's the dilemma. do the republicans now in the senate and in congress now, do they push one of these individuals forward just in case someone else -- a more liberal candidate -- >> their position is clear they will not do so. we will see a tremendous amount
of pressure from the white house. they have set up a twitter feed on that very issue every day. so we'll see a countdown from this white house every day that the senate does not act on this nomination. we'll see at 11:00 a.m. this morning, we'll cover it here on fox as to who is selected. >> live from the rose garden. thank you. after donald trump being under fire, they all celebrated last night. >> corey, good job, good job. and i hope -- our whole squad, right? >> so where does team trump go from here? donald trump is going to be live with us coming up next.
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i just want to say we're going go forward and we're going to win. more importantly we're going to win for the country. we're going to win, win, win and we're not stopping. we'll have great victories for our country. >> well, donald trump had a bunch of wins last night, exempt for the state of ohio. the governor john kasich won. we have mr. trump on the phone from somewhere his empire. good morning. >> good morning. >> what's your headline like from yesterday? are you unstoppable? >> well, we won big. we won the islands also. that was a lot of delegates, actually nine. then went on and we won four i guess -- i think missouri we won. i thought they called it last night. i guess it's a call -- it's close. but it seems we had four victories last night. that's better than anticipated. >> what's your message for ted
cruz? if you look at the numbers based on yesterday, you -- it's between you and ted cruz, unless something happens with the contested convention, there could be a chance for kasich. so what's your message for him? because he's still talking like he has a chance. >> well, ted had a bad night, he didn't win anything. kasich did well, i did well also, frankly in ohio, but i needed another day or two. one or two more days i would have pulled that off too. but he did well. but that's -- he's one and 24. not so good in terms of the stakes. so we'll see what happens. but ted had a bad night last night because he didn't win anything. >> rich lowry of the national review who is not for you, nor is the magazine, said in any other situation, any other year republicans would be rallying around the person leading like yourself. what's wrong? what's the problem? >> well, look, they all said when i came in that i would -- including him that, you know, i'm going to have fun and i'm
looking to have a little good time and then all of a sudden, they see me announce. most people said i wasn't going to run. you folks didn't say that all in all fairness, but most did. i started to win, win, win, and now i'm in the front. we'll do a good job and we're going to make -- you know, the theme make america great again. that's what's going to happen. >> is it frustrating that republicans have not gotten behind you, even though you're ripping off win and win? >> no. because your backs -- people that you speak to that say, oh, we can't have donald trump, no no no, they're calling me. i have gotten so many calls of people that i watch on your show that say, we have to stop donald trump. we have to stop him, he's not conservative. you know, they always say he's not conservative. i am conservative. but they say he's not conservative. then they're calling me trying to get on to the team. so many of the people that you interview, and i laugh as i say -- i just spoke to that person, look at this. no. i spoke with mitch mcconnell as you know. and that's out in the public.
i spoke with paul ryan. we had two great calls. you know, it will all come along. but in the meantime i have to close the deal. that's all that matters. >> is that what you're talking to the leaders of the house and the senate about? >> i'm talking to people even in terms of some of the pundits that come on. that are telling you that they don't like donald trump, actually like me very much. and they think we have a great future. you know, if you look at it, if you look at what's going on, folks, you take a look at the kind of crowds that we're attracting, the numbers of people that are voting in primaries is unprecedented. it's actually the biggest political story anywhere in the world. that's what they're talking about in europe. you know, we're unlike in some cases over 100%. lines where you had no lines four years ago, you have lines going four and five blocks long. >> we had a democratic state senator on from ohio earlier who talked about how many democrats crossed over.
mr. donald trump at 11:00 eastern time, the president obama is going to announce his pick for the person to replace antonin scalia on the u.s. supreme court. brian just talked to carly fiorina a few minutes ago and she said, you have to vote for ted cruz because we know the kind of person that ted cruz would put on the supreme court, we don't know what kind of person that donald trump would put on the supreme court. what kind of person would you put on supreme court? >> as close to scalia as i could find. it will be a conservative person a person with great intellect. and i would really use that as the model. as close to scalia. i thought scalia was terrific. >> mr. trump, we have watched hillary clinton going after bernie sanders for the last few months. last night she took some digs at you. and we all expected that's going to happen more and more going forward. >> well, i think it will. and, you know, when we talk about her and i say she doesn't have the strength or the stamina to be president which is true. when she starts negotiating with
the chinese, when she starts negotiating with the people she has to talk to. look at what she's done. i mean, a lot -- she's gotten into the problems we're in right now. we can't beat isis. because we have a country that cannot beat isis. i think it's an embarrassment. i think she's an embarrassment. and unfortunately, i guess she's going to be allowed to run. she shouldn't be allowed to run. >> it was revealed we have to plan to take back iraq where isis is -- it's not that we can't, we don't even try to a degree. we haven't focused, the president made that clear in the latest interview on how proud he is of his foreign policy. i want to bring you to the great series you might have seen on showtime. the reality show behind the scenes of what it's like to be on the campaign trail. at which time, they sit down with a handful of republican higher-ups and they're focused on you. i'm not sure if you can see the show, but i know you can hear. >> everybody around this table,
we have been in every presidential campaign probably since 1980 in various degrees and trump's problem, he -- you don't know what his compass is. >> how problematic is that for the future of the party? >> i think it will be hugely problematic. >> i talked to people all the time. they say, why don't you republicans do something about this guy? i'm sorry, this is not the soviet union. we can't call a meeting and decide trump is out. >> we hate that. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> so these are republican power players behind the scenes, and they're talking about the type of challenge you present to them. what's your reaction to this? >> well, i thought -- first of all, i think it's a very good show. i think it's well done. i heard it's doing well. nobody thought this was going to happen. they say it's never happened before. in our country. but i have a very simple concept, a very simple theme. it's make america great again. we're going to win on trade. we're going to win with our military, we're going to build up our military. our military is being decimated. people don't realize it. >> but they're fighting against
you it seems. >> yeah, i know. >> what's your reaction to that? >> my whole life people have blotted against me and i'm doing very well. they said rubio is going to beat you and look at where we're at, lead big a lot. i do think i won with -- you know, i think -- i won the islands yesterday. we picked up nine delegates. so we're doing quite well. >> i know anna is down in south florida. >> yes. >> that's your territory. but there are a lot of voters there she's been interviewing that are saying this is what's wrong with the establishment. they're not listening to the constituents, they're not listening to the voters. the voters are speaking. you're getting a lot of wins. so what is your message to these -- to the establishment? do they need to swallow their pride and get behind you? because many are talking about forming a third party. >> a third party will mean a total victory for the democrats. it will mean four or five very liberal judges and the country will never be the same. you'll recover.
that's the end of the country as you know it. that's a disaster. >> how do you fix that? >> they should embrace me because what i represent is millions and millions of people who have never been republicans and in many cases they never vote and now they're voting with enthusiasm. you saw that yesterday in florida. it was a massive turnout and a massive victory beyond what anybody would have projected. they should embrace it. we'll win in landslide. >> we saw a part of you at mar-a-lago. you're a tough guy and you're talking about how it's hard to run for president of the united states and it's hard to be away from your young son. >> i have been away for two weeks. you're out there making speeches all over the place. and it doesn't make sense to come home every night. so i happily stay in the hollidholiday inns in places. i've had a great time
campaigning. i'm going out to arizona and utah. >> mr. trump, are you at the fox news debate on march 21st? >> well, you know, i'll be honest. nobody even told me about it. i might as well give it to you first, steve, because you have been fair, the whole group. this group, this is my group. i love this show, what can i tell you? i don't know, do i have good taste or bad taste, i love the show. >> you have good taste. >> you better believe it. so nobody told me about the debates. as you saw, i thought the last debate on cnn was the last debate. i'm doing a major speech in front of 8,000 or 9 thousand people that night and told me -- >> so you're not going to do the fox news debate? >> i will say this. i think we have had enough debates. we have had 11 or 12 debates. i did really well on the last
one. i think i have done well in all the debates. according to drudge and everybody else i have won the debates. how many times can the same people ask you the same question? so i was very surprised when i heard that fox called for a debate. nobody told me about it. i won't be there, no. >> okay. >> so you will not be going to the debate? >> no, i'm making a very major speech in front of an important group of people. >> what is the group? apec -- >> yes. >> i know that's devastating. they have had the venue picked out. would you reconsider? >> i can't. i have committed to the speech and i've committed to it. i'll tell you one thing, when i make a commitment, i wouldn't mind, you know, going to the debate. i think we have had enough of them, i'll be honest with you. >> you're done with all debates? >> i think it's enough. i mean, i don't mind it. i don't mind the process of debating and it turned out that i do it well. i guess i do it well, according to the pollster, according to where i am i do it well. >> the voters love them. they watch them. >> i'll tell you who loves them, the networks. now, the democrats do not get
good ratings. they get terrible ratings. the republicans get good ratings if i'm in it. okay. what can i tell you? it goes to -- >> nobody told me, brian. nobody told me about the debate. they hit me with it yesterday or something. i said i'm not going to be there, so i'm not doing the debate. >> donald trump, you never know when he'll break news. he just did it on the show. thank you so much and congratulations on last night. >> thank you. >> a big night. thanks so much. 17 before the top of the hour. >> we have a fox news alert for right now. a u.s. student sentenced to hard labor in north korea. would you see the movie "super tuesday, the return of the primaries." the best social reaction. that's ahead. >> hillary clinton? >> jedi? huh. ♪ introducing centrum vitamints. a new multivitamin you enjoy like a mint... with a full spectrum of nutrients...
washington, d.c. subway shut down. officials are carrying out an emergency safety inspection after a fire on the tracks this week. the system will reopen at 5:00 a.m. tomorrow. three executives at the phoenix v.a. will lose their job. this is where the national scandal erupted two years ago over secret waiting lists and that resulted in unnecessary deaths. chilling new video showing isis burning bibles in mosul. hundreds of thousands of christians were displaced. this comes as the house unanimously voted to classify their actions as genocide. we have democrats and republicans agreeing. this a fox news alert, an american student sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in the country of north korea. >> rich edson joins us from washington, d.c., with the latest on this story. good morning, rich. >> reporter: good morning. in north korea's highest court, they sentenced the american
college student to 15 years of hard labor and they claim that otto warmbier stole a propaganda poster from his pyongyang hotel in north korea. that amounts to subversion. the 21-year-old university of virginia student travelled to north korea as part of a tour group. before sentencing, warmbier offered a tearful plea to the court. >> i entirely beg you before the government of korea, for your forgiveness. please, i have made the worst mistake of my life. but please, you >> reporter: now it's unclear if he was forced to give a speech. very common for americans detained in north korea and speaking under duress. others imprisoned in north korea and later freed have recanted
the confessions. back to you. >> rich edson, with the latest, thank you. >> it's tough. >> yeah. gosh. well, did you hear about the new app that gives you donald trump's hair? [ laughter ] >> brian, you're fired. >> see? >> i can see it -- go blond. here's what brian would look like, kurt the cyberguy shows us how it works coming up next. >> we'll do that for bill hemmer who is coming up in about 11 minutes. >> blonds have more fun. >> there's one handsome man right there. >> only blond. >> tough news for this kid in north korea. he comes from a very good family in southwestern ohio. we have to bring him home too. there is a ton of data that tells us what's happening in this country today. terrific analysis, first rate lineup on what last night means today. plus, fox news confirms that president obama will introduce his pick for the supreme court. what will the senate do? that's ten minutes away, top of the hour. ucing centrum vitamint. a new multivitamin
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well, apparently america isn't the only thing that trump will make great again. thanks to new app everybody can also get a top like trump. kurt the cyberguy joins us live from palm beach along with anna today. how do you trump people? >> you know we'll get to that in a second. we have had so much fun online and here hanging out in palm beach. a lot of residents and some are visiting. you're visiting -- >> from boston. >> they took their grandmother to vote yesterday. that's a way to be a good grandson. what's trending online? you saw the show earlier, recently, we showed you a tattoo artist that's interested in making his own tattoos. and offering them for free if
you're going to put trump on the side. it got me wondering with anna having a few extra hours before her flight i'm getting her a tattoo. i enlisted the help -- >> for me or for you? >> gift from me to you. >> remove it? >> you don't need to remove it. >> big business. >> we have the trump one which is that one. anna, you could pick from -- oh, come on. we could do this one which is a crown. doesn't matter where you put it. then this is the one that's trending online right now. >> glasses and hair. >> that one looks like bernie sanders, right? then we have -- we have hillary clinton right there. of the three, before you vote, you guys? >> trump, lower back. >> one vote for trump arm. so that is -- >> kurt, did you hear what she said? >> the pop culture is taking
over the politics we have the movie poster. >> you know about memes. a popular thought that happens online. it can be a picture and then it cob a spoof like this. we have -- yes. return of the primaries. super tuesday and some spoofs of the candidates. and look at the picture of donald trump and the gang back there. really just cute things that are being retweeted again and again and again. well, that is -- that's what it looks like after i trump myself. the app is free. >> there's me. >> it's priceless. >> zoom in, guys. >> what's the name of the app? >> okay. zoom in. it is -- we'll -- yes. it's called trump -- the app is free, available on ios for apple if you have a iphone, and also on android. >> what is it called? >> you take a picture with your phone or upload it, and that's it. so easy to do that.
i have it, if you follow me on facebook. >> we all do. >> and brian's picture really i think is the best. >> stunning. stunning. you look great as a blond. blondes have more fun, don't they, ainsley? >> i know. yeah. bring on the peroxide. >> all right. >> tattoo, do you want it? >> no way. >> all right. >> you want to find out the name of the app, you have to go to kurt's facebook page to find it. >> kurt and anna and the folks from boston, thank you very much for joining us down in palm beach at testa's. all right, meanwhile, we'll step aside. we have something clever to say in two minutes. >> the story behind the kasich confetti next. i couldn't sleep... so i couldn't get up in time. then i found aleve pm. aleve pm is the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12-hour strength of aleve... for pain relief that can last into the morning. and now... i'm back.
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night. >> looks like times square. >> the other story, that happened a short time, donald trump told "fox & friends" he won't be going to the debate next week. he's done with the debates. >> done with all the debates. >> some of the breaking news that you get when you watch "fox & friends." bill: let's start with a fox news alert. president obama will announce his choice to replace antonin scalia on the high court. the president will speak this morning. who is on the hotter list, what happens next. a huge night in the race for the white house. donald trump surging ahead of ted cruz and john kasich while marco rubio's comes to an end in his home state. and a big night for hillary clinton.