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candidate. >> people with walking around the streeting every single day. that's it for tonight. follow me on twitter and instagram and facebook. tell me what you think. thanks for watching. remember. i'm watters and this is my world. right now on justice. >> a vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump. >> ted cruz pushes against donald trump one-on-one but be careful what you wish for. >> you know lying ted. we call him lying ted. >> i take on the establish republicans in what i think is their ulterior motive in the election. >> did you ever hear of him? >> no. not tom cruise. ted cruz. >> street justice comes to los angeles and you can't miss it.
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thanks for being with us tonight. you don't like donald trump. you're going to create a ticket of other candidates to make sure that he doesn't win. say again. you want to stop one of the biggest vote getters in your own party republican history. yet, donald trump must be stopped is the republican party's mantra. i didn't always like my party's choice for president but i generally supported him. good he's a white male. they would be accused of being a white racist. good he's not gay. let me see if i understand this. the guy who keeps winning despite his being called a racist, a xenophobe who has more
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than 50% of the delegates and the republican party's mission is to block trump's nomination. what are you guys smoking? okay. you like ted cruz. good for you. he needs to win 80% of the republicaning republican delegates. keep dreaming. it ain't going to happen. john kasich, he's a nice guy but no path to the nomination. i say to myself, self, why would republicans try to sabotage their own front-runner and risk a democrat winning the white house? i keep coming up with the same answer. the republican establishment elected officials and party leaders are in bed with the democrats. hillary win, nothing's lost for them. it's business as usual. the lobbyist keep their offices on k street. the pharmaceutical companies
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keep paying them. the unions keep adding to their pensions and the lawmakers get their re-election bribes. i mean contributions. while we the underclass have to work three jobs and wrack up debt our children will have to pay for generations. they predict trump cannot win the general election. if not, pray tell, why does he keep winning the primary and drawing crowds like we've never seen in american history. an election note primmer. trump already has 678 delegates. he needs 1237 to win. now, he's won six close and 13 open primaries and caucuses. one where independents and democrats vote. why is this important? it tells you that trump is appealing to independents and
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democrats as well. does that not bode well for the general election especially against an establishment politician most people consider untrustworthy and dishonest. now they say he's divisive. yet, think about this. the looting and burning and riots in ferguson happened long before trump. black lives matter, occupy wall street, all before trump. the what do we want dead cops, when do we want them, now, chant all before trump. republicans plotting against their own front-runner. if the establishment exercised this kind of energy to get evangelical votes to romney in 2012, he might have won. then again, it wasn't that important.
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either way, either party, the establishment wins. they're job, they' their jobs, their offices, their lifestyle in tact. the party elders are petrified of trump. the man is beholden to no one. he wins and it's game over for the elite. with hillary, the game goes on. heads up for washington, we're not listening to you anymore because we're fed up. you haven't fixed a thing. we can't take it anymore. the lies, the corruption, the debt, the tax, the invasion, the freebies. the lack of accountability. sanctuary city. you're saying one thing and doing another constantly.
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the free rides on our backs are over. you're not listening. we don't want anything more than what our founding fathers intended. boys, your arrogance is astonishing and your scorn for the american people is mind boggling and reminiscent in another time in our history. from the beginning, we knew this would be a political revolution. be careful boys. be very, very careful. you don't want to make this a different kind of revolution. that's my open.
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tell me what you think on my facebook page or twitter. anti-donald trump protesters shutting down a highway outside a trump arizona event. in new york, thousands protested the gop front-runner in a march from columbus circle to trump tower. take a listen to what donald trump told sean hannity. >> if you interview them, they don't know why they are there. why are you here? the guy goes i don't know. i don't really know. i'm here. i don't have any comment. you have to see these interviews. you have professional disrupters. if you look at my rallies, other than the one i ended in chicago, where no one was hurt. there you had a couple protesters and i had 25,000 people and we're able to stop a lot of them from coming in. i can't. when i landed the secret service, everybody said this
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could be a problem. we get a lot of credit to them. i hate to do that. >> the full interview with donald trump will air monday night at 10:00 p.m. on hannity. with my is katrina pearson. national spokeswoman for the donald trump campaign. how are you? >> good to see you, judge. that was a fantastic opening. i fully endorse it. >> i'm sure you do. listen, what's going on? we got these people who are blocking roads for people making it impossible for them to go to rally. chicago was shut down because of the protesters. utah, last night, people jumping over barricades. i believe it was in ohio. the doors were rushed last night in utah as well. what do you think is going on besides the obvious they don't want trump to win?
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is their goal to get their own candidate in to stop trump or are they just anarchists? >> i think a lot of it is anarc anarchy. this is organize ed chaos. they are trying to create a public perception of violence to scare people into supporting mr. trump. they don't really care if it's hillary clinton and conservativism as the force ended in the '80s. after reagan the republican party was absent in the community. it's okay to use violence as an intimidation tactic or yell racist or hitler. they are okay with hillary
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clinton opinion that's the purpose of the anti-trump as well. they want to convince people they will not support mr. trump on this notion he will lose. it's not the case. if they do fight against mr. trump, donald trump is going to win regardless. he has the right policies. he is going to fight for the working class. >> it seems to me if it's really about conservativism that would be going after cruz and people more conservative than donald. are they looking to provoke violence? what are they looking to establish? do they just want to get into fights? >> i think a lot of them do. you have some like black lives matter and these anarchists. that's all they do. if they try to stop mr. trump, let's say it's hillary, the
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establishment is okay with that because they don't have to make the tough decisions for the american public. they can sit back and blame hillary. the consulting class will continue to have their european vacations and homes while the working class gets the short end of the stick. there trump can put an end to that. >> are you worried that the drama over the protests are talking about they're not going to stop until thousands are arrested. are you worried that overtakes donald's message or prevents donald trump from the ability to access the people who have the first amendment to listen to him? >> not at all. i think it's doing completely the opposite. i sat there and watched 50,000 people live stream mr. trump's rally in arizona just to hear his message. this is the american people having a head on collision with the truth, which is that the democratic side is not on the side of the people and the
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militant left is their army. what we see now is people that are supporting mr. trump are not afraid. they will go out there and fight for american values and american values because that's who needs to come first. >> all right. think about the fact that clig r chicago rally shuts down. do you think the people will come out in even stronger numbers. when do you think that the left is going to realize that. i do. i think more people are going to show up for mr. trump. you have to remember, no matter who wins if there's a conservative policy or a policy that's even pro-america for that matter, this is what they're going to do to try to stop those policies. this is not anything new. as you mentioned, many of us, long before today, knew it was going to come to having to face this issue head on. more people are going to support
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mr. trump because we've seen that challengers on the republican side have cited with bill ayers, and black lives matter against mr. trump. he's the only one fighting for the people. >> i ran for office. it's awful when your kids get targeted. eric trump gets a letter with white powder. they say next time it will be real. i'm sure all the precautions are being taken. now they are marching in front of the apartment in the city. what precautions are the trumps taking? i'm asking for secrets but are they worried? >> i think everyone anticipated there would be push back like this. the trumps are being careful. this is taken seriously because there are some crazy people out there. we have to continue the fight.
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>> thanks for being with us tonight. with me now, conservative radio talk show host who is here with me in los angeles and robert p zimmerman. robert, civil disobedience. when you start blocking roads and getting people to cancel events for safety, isn't that anarchy? >> we understand that civil disobedience is part of our tradition and heritage. we understand that violence is not a liberal or conservative issue. when you have a presidential candidate that stands up in
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front of the question. >> you're not asking my question. >> you're not letting me finish my answer. >> do you see this and the people rightss is civil disobedience. sglo the bigger issue is having donald trump offering to pay for the legal bills if his supporters beat up protesters. donald trump advocating violence and saying there will be riots if he's not the nominee. that's the statement they are condemning. >> you're pivoting. >> no, i'm dealing with the facts.
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>> bernie sanders has been very clear in opposition to violence -- >> did he disavow the violence? >> he's been clear about that. >> shouldn't the democratics disavow debbie wasserman schultz when she said the democrats want the drag us back to jim crow. what about when hillary said this place has been run like a plantation. democrats constantly play the race card. the senator from missouri said george w. bush let people die on
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rooftops because they were poor and black. >> donald trump said i'm going to pay for somebody's legal fees. >> larry donald trump correctly, he said they paid for legal fees if beat up people that are protesters. if you want to protest some of the republicans -- >> drag her back to jim crow. back in chains. >> put us back in chains, y'all. >> that's not where i'm going. robert, why is donald trump so popular if he's so such an extremist? why is america supporting? >> the answer, first of all, he's speaking to a party that's
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become so extreme, duck dynasty is a think tank. >> thoohe's thinking to america. >> hillary clinton has over a million votes. >> with one opponent. >> trump got that out of 17. >> double standard again. he mentioned that 44% think obama's a secret muslim. who brought up the issue. hillary did in her campaign. >> that's falsehood and you know it. >> okay. you're going backwards. i don't want to go backwards. >> the point is democrats play the race card constantly. you let donald trump say one mild thing and he's racist and a bigot. >> it tells me that this election is going to be one of the most watched and one of the biggest, i believe, in terms of the american public getting involved and that's all good because this is america. >> it's great. >> robert zimmerman thanks for
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being with us tonight. all right. actor and conservative scott baio is here to talk politics with me tonight. ted cruz says john kasich needs to get out of the way so cruz can take on donald trump alone. cruz super pac chair is here to answer my questions about how cruz can realistically stop trump. why hillary? what has she done for you? >> not much, honestly. >> i hit rodeo drive. street justice coming up
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developing tonight, the magic number for any gop to win is 1,237 delegates. we could also be looking at a contested convention. what would that mean for the republican party and the chance for winning the general election? let's ask republican strategist and president of the keep the promise pac which supports ted cruz for president.
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good evening. how are you? >> great. >> okay. there's a lot of talk about this unity party since it seems in order for your candidate, ted cruz, to get to the 1237, he'd have to win the delegates is that going to happen? >> it could. it's not a completely likely path. he's the only one besides somebody named donald trump to get them to be the nominee in cleveland. mr. trump is the front-runner and has been the entire race. he has about half the number of delegates you need to win. he's about halfway there. they're separated by 200 plus delegates. these things move quickly. we have delegates up for grabs in utah and arizona on tuesday. then we go to wisconsin and you go to three states in between.
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>> you think it looks good for ted cruz in arizona? >> the early vote was banked for mr. trump. they share a common similarity in favor of mr. trump where he's ahead in the early vote. what you see is ted cruz usually out performs on average by 9%age points. the last public polling. there's talk of the unity party which kasich and cruz. is that going to happen? the unity ticket. >> probably won't be enough delegates any way. i think we should recognize back to your opening is that the establishment is done. that body is now cold. if you got trump and cruz as the last two men standing out of a field of 17 where most of the candidates were establishment candidates, we've already won. the people who want to turn the accomplishment on its heads have
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won. let's look at a clear, obvious reality. mr. trump loves to quote the polls.ed with him about polling for years. it shows him consistently being beaten by hillary clinton. if you want to win the white house in november, and you want to keep clinton out then you've got to be honest about who can beat her. ted cruz is beating her and donald trump is losing to her. he's losing to hillary clinton by 21 points. >> i want to ask you this. if you've got absentee voters. they say a quarter of a million have voted in arizona. let's say that some of them voted for rubio, who's dropped out. carson who's dropped out. fiorina dropped out.
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where did these people go? is there a candidate that they automatic go to or do they drop out and say, hey, my guy is not in it. i don't care anymore. >> in term of tuesday's vote it will show up for who they voted for. in terms of where they go now, we know that over 50% of the rubio voters go for cruz. mr. trump had about 35 to 42% in most states of the vote. that's impressive. the rest of the non-trump vote is where the growth opportunity lies. in some states it's closer to 60, 65%. in some states it's closer to 50, 55%. a two person race makes this very interesting. >> thanks for being with us. >> thank you. next, you know him from shows like "happy days" and
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"charles in charge." he has a lot to say about this election. who he's supporting and why. scott baio is here with my next. after that, the path to the nomination. pollster lee carter is hear to break down the stakes ahead as justice rolls on. don't go away.
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you're watching the most powerful name in news, fox news channel. developing tonight, another critical week ahead in the race for the white house. candidates battle to win delegates. with me now to break it all down is republican pollster leigh carter. arizona coming up on tuesday. they're blocking the road so people can't get to the trump rally. help trump or hurt?
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>> i've seen evidence both ways. i've seen it's going to help trump. i've seen it'sgoing to hurt. there's people that say that last week on the 15th that late breakers went against trump. there's polls that were put out this say republicans are likely go for trump because it's a showing there's energy. this is getting people excited and focused on trump. i see both sides of the story. i think in arizona we'll see trump win. >> yeah. the numbers indicate that trump is far ahead. it's not within the margin of error. more than that, there's still some undecides in arizona. how could they be undecided. there's some pretty straightforward issues in arizona. >> there's some very straight forward issues. there's been 17 candidates and been people dropping out and people that had candidates they really liked. they are left with some candidates they're not sure about. trump and cruz weren't a lot of people's first choices.
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now they're saying which one of these two will i go for. >> or am i going to vote at all. >> i think that will be tough for some folks to make that decision. >> let's talk about this unity ticket that the establishment is talking about with cruz and kasich. does it make sense numbers wise? >> no. it's a long shot. it's a ridiculous explanation for anything but trump. it doesn't make sense to me. i've also heard people saying that ckasich will be trump's running mate. i can see that path to the white house. i can't see this unity ticket working out. >> you know why it makes sense for kasich to be the v.p., he's have a very important state. he's from ohio. he's from a swing state. i'm not a pollster but i kept saying, kasich hasn't really said anything negative about trump other than i'm not going to be v.p.
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just the other day said something i have daughters. how do you think they feel about this. i got the sense that kasich has made it a point to not go after trump and maybe he's leaving the door open. >> i think so. i think it's also kasich's persona he's trying to take the high road. he really hasn't. he's the one guy that hasn't. i think they would be really good balance to each other. i think for a lot of people who are afraid of trump who say he's way out there and has no political experience, i think that kasich would be really good counter point. he would be a good balance and make a lot of sense. >> even trump, himself, has said i'm not going to get a businessman for v.p. i'm going to get someone who is a politician. trump is a smart guy. he understands what it is he needs. i don't know what that ticket would look like. arizona, it looks like trump
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will win. what about like idaho for the democrats? is that going to be hillary? >> it could go to sanders. it's not going to be a huge win, but there are some polls that suggest maybe by two or three points it can go to sanders. it will be interesting for sure. >> utah caucuses, where do they go? >> people are saying it goes to cruz. some polls are suggesting that. i'm not so sure. i don't think it's because romney is out there. romney is irrelevant in the cruz thing. >> thanks so much for being with us this evening. >> thank you. >> remember to tune in this tuesday, march 22nd for fox news channel special election coverage for those critical races in arizona and utah. coverage starts at 6:00 p.m.
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eastern time. don't miss it. they're hard to spot out here. we managed to find a hollywood actor who is a proud conservative. scott baio tells me who he is backing for president. and then. >> i don't speak english. >> yes, you do. >> i'm not letting anymore off the hook when we talk politics on rodeo drive.
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obviously, everybody loves you. >> everybody does love me, yeah. >> you're campaigning for ronald reagan. how did that happen? you grew up in hollywood. >> my father taught me conservative values my whole life. when you heard reagan speak it was a whole other thing. >> i know why. he was an actor. >> was he? is that why? i thought he was awesome and a fantastic president. i met him a couple of times. i met nancy reagan.
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rest her soul. to work for a republican. it is very unusual. there's more of us out here than you would think. there really is. >> in any next segment, you'll see some of that. who are you supporting for president? >> trump. >> why? >> it's very simple. when he speaks, i understand him. he speaks like i speak. he communicates with people very well. i want him as any one person can do to go into washington and employ blow it up. i'm done with republicans. they've lied and conned me. i don't consider myself republican anymore. i'm a conservative independent. last week, they're going to attack whomever the republican nominee is and we need somebody to relentlessly, relentlessly attack hillary. that's the only way we'll win. just getting above the fray and not getting in the dirt and we're better than that, doesn't work anymore. i'm sorry. i try to be a classy guy and a
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good guy, but to win elections now, the democrats attack viciously. >> i don't like the democrats and republicans, we're all americans. we're so dug in and as we go forward to november, it's going to be even more dug in. what do you say to people who say that donald is divisive? >> you can say anybody -- you can say i'm divisive. the things he's saying is the things people are thinking. it's common sense stuff. it's getting to the point where we are so dug in and it's unfortunate, but at the end of the day, for me, i tell people that are liberal, i say here is the thing about me. conservatives want you to live your life. liberals want you to live their
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life. live your life. leave me alone. i get the dug in part, go ahead. >> what about the fact you're in hollywood. are there a will the of people that think the way you do? what's the hollywood vibe? >> the hollywood vibe is this. the word republican is a bad word. >> yeah. >> when you talk to people, and i question people that i work with that are democrats and liberals and i ask them questions and they agree with me. i say you have a conservative mind. they say i'm not a republican. i'm saying you think like i do and you hate the word republican. you have a problem with labels. just think about what you're saying to me and what you're saying is common sense sense tur the country. >> those people supporting hillary after all the e-mails and benghazi and i don't have
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the e-mails. do they not care it's the party and the person. >> that's why we have 17 people and they have just her. if it's a d next to the name, it's lock step stuff. that's why it's a tough battle. >> what's it going to take for donald to win? attack. he's got to go after her. i think ted cruz is a great guy. i like him very much. i think john kasich is a good guy. they will get bombarded. i think they have the wherewithal to fight back. you're a new yorker. i'm from brooklyn. you have to go after people. >> it seems to me that's why the numbers go up. i want to ask about the baio angel foundation. >> it's to help children with metabolic disorders.
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our child had scare. we had this foundation to help children. we have a golf tournament in september out in woodland hills. >> bailey is the name of your daughter. >> yeah. my wife does a lot of work with that and we help a lot of families. >> all right. this is tla thrill for me. >> me too. >> i think a lot of people love you. they absolutely love you. >> not after this interview. some of them might not. it's okay though. >> thanks so much. street justice is we always were told we were german. we were in a german dance group. i wore lederhosen. so i just started poking around on ancestry.
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then, i decided to have my dna tested through ancestry dna. it turns out i'm scottish. so, i traded in my lederhosen for a kilt.
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okay. we're live in los angeles again tonight. the perfect place to dole out some street justice. this week i hit rodeo drive to find out what the city of angels thinks about the race for the white house. take a look. do you want to talk? >> yes. >> if the election for president were held today, who would you vote for? >> hillary clinton. >> why? >> she's a democrat. >> the election is held today. who do you vote for president? >> donald trump?
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>> why? >> he's talking about issues that i think really resonate with the public. >> okay, but what if you weren't married? so what if your husband says i want you to vote for this person and you don't like that person? would you still vote for that person? >> actually, my husband is a very smart guy and i trust him. >> okay, okay. good. i love that you love your husband and you think he's smart and you're happily married. you are the exception in this town. now, trump or hillary? >> trump. >> i would vote for bernie for sure. >> let's assume he double make the nomination. you've got hillary and possibly trump. >> that's like choosing a disease. >> i'm going have to go with somebody who can represent us internationally, who's got experience in it. i know she's controversial, but i would have to go with hillary
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clinton. >> okay. so why hillary? what has she done for you? >> not much honestly. >> donald trump. >> why? >> because i want him to run america like a business. >> i think that donald trump is very boisterous and he would get us into many wars if he were president. he just says what he thinks. at least hillary knows what she's talking about. >> the liar with experience is better than the guy who's honest and say as what he thinks? >> yes. >> i want somebody who maybe has experience in it, and i've got my fingers crossed. i'm hoping maybe she'll represent us. >> good luck. if you're on a rooftop in benghazi, she may not be much help. >> i've got see that movie. >> who would you vote for? >> i don't speak english. >> never trump. i wouldn't say never republican. never trump. >> why? >> where do i start? where do i stop?
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>> i would say trump. >> oh, interesting. >> i think that trump is very famous with the hotels and everything. >> but hillary is famous too. >> yeah, but especially we heard more about trump than hillary. >> did you ever hear of bernie sanders? >> no. >> did you ever hear of ted cruz? >> what? >> ted cruz? did you ever hear of him? >> the famous -- >> not tom cruise. ted cruz. >> he's talking about securing the bore borders, doing politics in a different way. >> here we are in beverly hills across the beverly wilshire as blue as it gets. are you from california? >> no. >> well, there you have it. >> he representrepresentings evi would not want to see in the united states. he double have the skills, the diplomacy, the tone, you name it to become the president of the
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u.s. >> where are you from? >> germany. >> he's not going to have any lobbyists giving him money and telling him what to do. >> would you vote for tom cruise?
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that's it for us tonight. remember to friend me on facebook and follow me on
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twitter and follow me on instagram at judge underscore gentlemen neechblt thanks for watching. julie banderas is up next. take care. the republican presidential candidates take on the wild west as the campaign season barrels to two major contest. donald trump wrapping up a rally in tucson ahead of arizona's winner take off. his campaign was plagued by protestors and in new york city, gathered hundreds of people for an anti- trump march outside of trump tower. and three people were arrested in phone iks. both


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