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there, your buzz videos, send me questions about the media. media buzz at fox deuce news.com. tune in and check us out for the latest buzz. we start with a fox news alert. protests breaking out on the streets of brussels after tuesday's deadly terrorist attacks. dozen of right wing demonstrators clad in black shirts shouting anti-immigrant slogans. those protesters clashed with peaceful mourners at one point. hello. i'm eric shawn. >> i'm arthel neville. the airport and subway bombings skilled at least 31 people, including an american couple. a government minister now admitting his nation could have done more to prevent the
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bloodshed. meanwhile authorities launched more than a dozen raids across brussels and two other cities taking four people into custody. let's get the latest from greg palkot, "fox sports live" brussels. greg? >> reporter: it is an emotional easter sunday here in brussels, belgium. and also a busy one for authorities. as you mentioned, police were in action today early this morning staging 14 different antiterror raids, scooping up nine possible suspects. at the end of the day, releasing five of them. it's not clear whether those they are holding right now are tied to this week's horrible terror attacks. the result of another action now, however, police do think they might have nabbed the other airport bomber, the man seen in the surveillance picture with the hat and the white jacket with two other suicide bombers. his bomb didn't go off. and he fled the scene. his name, it is believed, is
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basho shafu. he is charged with terrorist murder. and, arthel, to illustrate the european-wide nature of this response to the terror, a man suspected of getting isis terrorists into europe from places like syria and turkey vee audio phony documents was snagged in italy today. he, too, it's believed is linked to at least last november's terrorist attacks, maybe the brussels attacks this week as well. the authorities are closing in. back to you. >> greg, tell us more about the clashes in the street there today. i know authorities were asking folks to kind of stay away from protesting because the police there are already stretched to the limit. >> reporter: exactly, arthel. this behind me right now, and it's still going on, is a very peaceful gathering of people looking at flowers, leaving
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messages, et cetera. we had a ringside seat to some real action that happened just about a couple of hours ago. a couple of a couple of hundred individuals variously described as extreme right agitators or simply soccer game hooligans burst into this crowd. their signs were antiisis. that was their basic terminology, too, but the message, we understand s broader one. it's anti-immigrant as well. we're not interest prayers and flowers, one person is quoted as saying. there are too many fanatics this this country, another person is quoted as saying. there is one report of one individual harassing a muslim woman. we don't have confirmation of that. finally after an hour of back and forth police moved in and used water concannons and disbursed them.
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bhauskcally, an extreme show of displeasure, but you have got to say there is a lot of displeasure in this country with the way the government has been handling the terror probe, has been dealing with the terror crisis, and maybe in a broader sense how this country is being run. >> emotions running high there, of course. greg palkot. thanks so much. we are also learning more about the american couple from tennessee who are confirmed to be among the 31 people who are tragically and incensebly killed in the attraction. justin schultz and his wife stephanie. they were dropping off stephanie's mother at the airport and they were actually watching her walk through the security forums when the radical islamic terrorists detonate their bombs. will carr is live in los angeles with the details on their lives. hi,will. >> reporter: eric, family members have been holding out for hope they were actually okay and had survived this. initially they were told that
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the schultzs were taken to a local hospital. turns out that was not correct and they have learn that justin and his wife were killed in the bombing at the brussels airport. justin was 30 years old. he was originally from tennessee. stephanie, 29, was from kentucky. both met ativ vanderbilt university. that's where they were going to graduate school. they married and were living in brussels after stephanie took a job there in 2014. they lift in the heart of the city and were at the brussels airport doing something so many people do across the world every single day, saying good-bye to a loved one. stephanie's mother, who they were dropping off was not hurt. justin's brother taking to twitter saying the last thing my brother ever told me is that he loved me. go rest high on that mountain. he went on to say that his brother traveled the world and left every destination better than when he arrived. secretary of state john kerry said the yooits united states
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and praying and grieving with you from the loved ones taken from us, including americans and the many injured in these despicable attacks. two other americans have been confirmed killed in the attacks. they have not been identified and about a dozen others, eric, were injured. we go to syria now where reports that government forces have recaptured a key town seized by isis nearly one year ago. syrian state media says government forces have been fighting isis militants for three weeks trying to take back the historic town of palm eye rar. russian air strikes supported troops in the battle. a military source says the ancient city is now completely controlled by the syrian army. the increasing radical islamic terrorist attacks that target our very existence front and center in the presidential pain and. both trump and ted cruz using the news programs this morning to lay out their strategies to
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try to defeatitesis as the trump interview is also raising some questions. >> i will act in the best interests of our country. i will act to protect our country. whether that's counterpunching or not. our country is going to be protected. not like it is now where we have nobody at the helm, where we have nobody protecting the interests of our country, where we're being ripped off by every single nation in the world and we can't even beat isis at war. >> if i'm president, we will utterly and completely destroy isis. if and when we use military force we will use it to win, to defeat our enemies with overwhelming force and then we'll get the heck out. we won't engage in nation buildings but rather we'll keep america safe. >> there trump had a 100 minute interview with the new york times saying our ally should pony up. john bolton joins us, former ambassador to the united nations, and fox news contributor.
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ambassador, mr. trump is saying our allies should chip in, pay more or we should potentially get out. what do you think? >> i think in many cases -- nato is a good example -- our allies haven't been doing what they should have been doing to keep up their own defense expenditures. this has been going on for decades. and i think people can reasonably say that the allies are not doing their fair share and we better find better ways to make them do it. let's be very clear here. when the united states enters into alliances formal or informal, we're doing it because we think it's in the interest of the united states to do it. particularly on national security. we are not engaged in international act act of altruism. we are not doing it for them. we are doing it for us. that's how you have to look at the balance. not simply on the accounting of who is paying for what. but on the broader question of whether it benefits american security. i think seen through that prism
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it's very important to keep the burden-sharing in perspective. again, i say without hesitation, too many of our allies are free riding. but that doesn't mean that the alliance structures themselves can just disappear. >> he suggests for example, not buying oil from saudi arabia unless they start paying more money in. is that realistic? >> no, i don't think it is realistic. if they stop pumping entirely you are back in the arab oil embargo of three, four decades ago. the alliances involved an economic component. no doubt about it. and there is no question that economic pressure can and should be applied when it's in our interest to do so. alliance are not about bean counting alone. and i think that unless you are prepared to abandon the strategic objectives for which let's say nato was entered into in the first place you can't simply act as though all
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benefits low flow in one direction. the nature of an alliance for nato, south korea and japan is collective defense. that's an objective that requires mutual trust and confidence built up over a long period of time, including very candid conversations about who is paying for what. >> speaking of south korea and japan, he suggestions potentially withdrawing our troops and having them provide their own nuclear protection. >> i think that would be a serious mistake although i note in this case donald trump and charles crowd crowd hammer agree, maybe the first, last, and only time that's true on south korea and japan having a nuclear capability. i am resolutely opposed to anybody else in the world getting nuclear weapons. i think the united states has to have a more coherent strategy dealing with the threat of north korea and the potential threat of china and stitching south korea and japan more closely together along with us, australia, singapore, and others in the pacific in the region.
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but it is not a viable alternative from the u.s. perspective even to have additional allies of ours get nuclear weapons. >> he does raise the issue about the benefits of us of the alliances. let me read you one paragraph. the times says quote in mr. trump's world view the united states has become a diluted power and the main way he would re-establish a roll in the world is economic bargaining. he said he is willing to reconsider alliances if partners were not willing to pay in cash or troop commitments for the presence of he america's military presence around the world. does that make sense? his slogan is america first. does he have a point when it comes to what we do in the world as opposed to our allies? >> i don't think there is any doubt that our allies can and should pay part of the costs of deployment of american forces. and they do. japan's annual cost is roughly
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somewhere in the range of 4 to $5 billion. it probably should be higher, but it's not like they are paying nothing. and let's face it. our troops are in japan not simply for the convenience of the japanese. they are there because we wanted to be forwardly deployed in the pacific region. this is more complex than just an accounting exercise. you may recall winston churchill said the only thing worse than fighting with allies is fighting without allies. sometimes you may have to do that. but these alliances take a lot of work. what former secretary of state george schultz once called gardening. you have to work at this and work at it and not simply approach it as saying last year your bill was smaller than our bill. >> it certainly does sound like a difficult task. you know it very well. ambassador, thank you for joining us. >> thank you, happy easter. >> happy easter.
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turning to the democrats running for president, senator bernie sanders getting a major boost last night sweeping saturday's contest in alaska, hawaii, and washington state. senator sanders said his clean copy sweep of victories would carry him all the way. >> don't let anybody tell you we can't win the nomination or win the general election. we're going to do both of those things! >> and christi keten fisher is with more. >> reporter: let's break it down by the numbers n. hawaii, bernie sanders beat hillary clinton 70-30. hawaii was the wild card up for grabs yesterday. it was the one state that could have gone for i clintoni but sanders beat her by 40 points. in washington state, the margin was bigger, 46 points, according
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to state democratic party. turnout yesterday was at near record levels which undoubtedly helped sanders pull out a win. his biggest win by far was alaska. not a lot of delegates, but he beat hillary clinton by 64 points. sanders has headed to wisconsin. he held a rally in haedson last night. he said on this sunday morning shows he still believes he has a clear path to the nomination. here's how. >> we actually beat secretary clinton by a point. we started 50 points behind. i think the momentum is with us. a lot of these super delegates may rethink their position with secretary clinton. a lot of them haven't yet declared. and then super delegates in states where we won by 40 or 50 points their constituents are going to say support the people of the state and vote for sanders. >> sanders has narrowed the
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delegate gap but clinton is still ahead by 260 delegates. that's big gap. clinton's campaign had been down playing the expectations in all three states that caucused yesterday. they say they knew this would happen and say that while sanders may have much needed momentum the mass overwhelmingly favors clinton to become the democratic nominee. arthel. >> both parties doing a lot of math. kristin fisher thank you so much. his was a loss too sean. gary shandling, the comic. turns out his doctor is refusing to sign his death certificate after the popular comedian suddenly passed away. why and we'll tell you what the coroner is now investigating. donald trump and ted cruz are battling furiously. is the nasty campaign taking a toll on the party's voters?
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now time for a quick check the headlines. los angeles county coroner's office investigating the death of gary shandling, that after his doctor refuses to sign his death certificate. the doctor says he is mystified over the sudden death claimingnd shaling was in good health in an exam more than a year ago.
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schwanly reportedly suffered shortness of breath. ancestry.com and 23 and me say they received five requests for genetic material on six people in their databases. meanwhile, pope francis using his easter sunday mass to encourage unity in the wake the brussels attacks. well, the bitter republican presidential primary apparently taking a toll on voter enthusiasm. among republicans, this as the gop inches closer to a potentially contested gop convention in july. meanwhile, a new poll from usc and the l.a. times throwing donald trump leads gop voters with 37%, senator ted cruz follows with 30%, and ohio
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governor john kasich in third place with 12%. jamie weinstein is here. he is the senior edit for for the daily caller. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> trump leading this new poll. that's new surprise. but what does the cruz surge indicate? >> you know, i think that this race is definitely, without question, going to go to june 7th when california holds its primary. you must have imagined back last year that california wouldn't play a major role in the primaries at the ends of the season, thing would be wrapped up at this point. but there is no way trump can get those 1237 delegates to secure the nomination before june 7th. this race is going to go down to that primary. what is interesting is that it seems like it is a close race in california. donald trump has somewhat of a lead but really the lead is played out in the the congressional districts. 159 of the delegates are by winner take all in the 53 congressional drchlks you are going to see sasic, cruz, and trump trying to win in
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individual districts. they might slit up the state and go to districts that favor them based on what voters are more likely to be favorable to them. >> jaemy, let's look at a new gallop poll i think gaing voter enthusiasm, those giving quite a lot of thought to the election is up to 71% from 63% in january. at the same time, enthusiasm is down five points to 43%. the polling indicating republicans have lost the enthusiasm edge they held in january. jamie, i ask you, what is causing the dip in enthusiasm? is it the bickering between ted cruz and donald trump? is that the voters are disenchanted with their options on both it something else? >> i think it's the second factor. i think there is a disenchantment on candidates on both sides. if you look at favorability numbers, even even among republicans, these candidates don't have the greatest
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favorability. especially donald trump. i think the two factors that if i was a republican would worry me the most are two thing going into november. one is that if donald trump is the nominee, he hasn't seemed to be able to unify the party around him yet. if you see in exit polls and polls, you get 20, 30, 40% of people in various states saying they would either support a third party or not support donald trump at all. in the alternate scenario, if ted cruz won the nomination it would be likely at a contested convention, where he could go into the conjust 100 or 200 delegates behind donald trump. those are the two factors i would be worried about as a republican. >> you know, a five percent dip in enthusiasm is not significant. as you pointed out, it's about the delegate count. what can or should the delegates do to keep voters engaged?
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we've got about ten more weeks of primaries and caucuses. >> donald trump seems to be able to control the immediate gentleman cycle. whatever i say will be over taken to keep voters engaged because donald trump knows how to say things to drive the media cycle. how to keep voters engaged? i think they are engaged. i don't know that they are necessarily happy how the race is playing out. it's certainly entertainment. if that's a form of engage men then i think they are engaged to a certain degree. >> i guess it's about keeping them happy so they can vote for you. >> that's a different question. >> and i got your answer. jamie weinstein, guess what, july 18th, cleveland will definitely rock. >> that will be an amazing weekend or a amazing few days. >> men, what is your psa number? coming up, i'll tell you mine as we take a closer look at prostate cancer. it hits millions of men every year. what you can do to protect yourself. plus we'll take a look at some of the foods that promise
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what can you do if you receive a prostate cancer diagnosis, dr. samadi. >> it's still today in 2016, 30,000 men die from prostate cancer. how do you know if you have prostate cancer. the answer is it's asymptomatic. you should have no symptoms: that's why they call it a silentle killer. it's important to go to the doctor, get your psa, know your numbers and look at the trech . treatment. your protate typically would feel soft and smooth like the palm of your hand. if it feels like a knuckle and it's firm that's a problem and we will get an mri and biopsy and we are able to diagnose you. >> i have a couple of questions. i know we are going to get the your psa number, eric. what is a psa number? what does that tell you as a from. >> go ahead marc. >> of course we ha

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