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should be going to the game . >> we are going to watch from home. thanks. >> have a good weekend everybody. >> go wildcats. >> have a great weekend. >> you too, have a great weekend everybody. >> were going to roll out of here and happening now is going to roll in. see on donald trump's opponents might smell blood in the water on this friday ahead of tuesday's wisconsin primary as a new poll shows ted cruz widening his lead in that state, especially among the biggest voting block of all, women welcome to happening now. heather: i'm a woman, you're not. it's friday though and i heather childers in for jenna lee. happy friday. his rivals, they are celebrating and hoping wisconsin voters will help to keep donald trump from winning enough delegates to clinch the nomination. they are looking at this new
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poll that shows support for cruise at 42 percent among likely gop voters, trump is 10 points behind at 32 percent. john casey third with 19 percent and with women, cruises lead nearly double . jon: for the democrats bernie sanders looks to strengthen his hand. he leads hillary clinton by five points in wisconsin and is strong among younger voters. let's talk about what it all means without political panel. matthew continuity, editor in chief of the washington free beacon and share a center, political editor for the boston globe. welcome to both of you and happy friday. let's start with you. what do these numbers mean for donald trump when it comes to the female vote? >> they don't mean good things for donald trump in short for the female vote although in the republican party men do tend to outnumber women by a lot.
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when you're talking about a 10 point gap in the polls, that's big and it is because he's not doing well with female voters. he's not doing well with female voters across the board, not doing well especially with female voters within the republican party and that's what these numbers show and that's why you see ted cruz trying to capitalize on that. he's holding events in wisconsin headlined by his wife, outlined by carly fiorini, a former presidential candidatewho has endorsed him . he's making a play at a unique way for the female vote in wisconsin speizer. jon: donald trump has been in headlines for three decades maybe? he had a tv show for 20 years. i think people think they know him, don't they? is he already sorted defined in the public? >> he is certainly identified, he has great name recognition but that's anybody running probably. this is the moment in the campaign where the candidates are defined. you start thinking who do i want to be president? and donald trump has had a very bad two weeks, he's had this
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fight with ted cruz over the wives, he's had issues, misstatements about abortion, about nuclear weapons so he's been an unwitting ally to ted cruz and ted cruz has other allies in wisconsin. he has the talk radio community who arepretty anti-trump and has scott walker who has the skyhigh approval ratings and is really the linchpin of the republican party in wisconsin so walker , the talkers and donald trump are all helping ted cruz this coming tuesday. jon: cruz has said that he wants to stop donald trump. he plans to be the nominee. a lot of people have been saying, not possible at this point. is it? >> i mean, look, if there's one thing this is election has taught us is anything is possible. and what we mean wisconsin would do for ted cruz is it would create even more momentum for his campaign. let's remember the timing for this wisconsin primary is so
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definitive in the republican primary because it's in between a lot of states on the calendar. republicans haven't had a primary for a couple weeks. after this they won't have one until new york. whoever wins wisconsin will get a lot of momentum going into the next few weeks, going into new york . what does that mean? for those delegate counts, not a whole lot but ted cruz can use this wind to slow down trump's momentum as a whole, it could and i still think maybe a 50 percent chance at most if this is the case, i still think it could prevent donald trump from getting the necessary delegates he needs before the convention in which case we be going to a contested conventio . jon: matthew, in a second i want to drill down into the numbers but before we do that i want to ask you this question. donald trump says look, i am bringing all kind of new people into the republican party. i'm bringing in blue-collar democrats, all kinds of folks who would never think to vote republican before our voting for me. could he overcome some of the negatives by bringing in new voters question mark. >> it's hard to do that john because these affected voters
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trump is bringing into the process, he's alienating traditional conservative and republican voters who are saying they don't want to see him as the nominee and that numbers been rising over the past few weeks and i think wisconsin is fascinating. it's almost like a new hampshire to and it has the potential to reset the primaries in both the republican and democratic contests and both of the republicans have a different strategy. truck was thefirst ballot . he wants to win on the first ballot. ted cruz as the second ballot strategy, he wants to stop trump from getting 1237 so he can win on the second ballot and john kasich has a third ballot strategy. he wants to somehow block both trump and ted cruz and wants to be the consensus candidate. i think cruises strategy is probably the smartest of those three. jon: i want to show those numbers now sure that i was talking about a moment ago. foxbusiness network whole asked likely wisconsin primary voters who do you like in a head-to-head matchup between
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clinton and trump. hillary clinton leads 49 to 35 percent, 14 percentage points ahead there. that's at least in that one state shoots down his argument that he's going to wallop hillary clinton. >> yeah, donald trump says a whole lot of people like him who really don't. he says latinos number love him, women love him and whole numbers show they don't but i would in my business consider trump a credible source of his own likability. he's biased in that way but those poll numbers, i think paul numbers this early in a general election campaign actually given the current investigation into hillary clinton's email practices, i think those numbers , i think it's a little hard to say but the fact that donald trump, the number i look at and polls is the high number of unfavorable over all that donald trump has among the general electorate
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population. remember in this primary process, donald trump is the one exception of the primary, he has not actually gotten the majority of the primary vote in any state. we're still talking about a segment of the republican population, not even the majority who stand by and support donaldtrump . jon: and we could get a reset matthew as you say. this is the first realprimary test in months . >> right and remember the polls now have trump doing well in new york which is the next contest following wisconsin but there's a break. there's about a week, two week break between wisconsin and new york so if you have momentum from crews coming out of wisconsin and then you add to the negative headlines that donald trump has been experiencing in recent weeks, you can new york fall. he will probly still win new york but if you keep him to under 50 percent he's allied a lot of delegates and then it's the different ballot strategies i talked about for the other candidates all the more strong. jon: matthew continuity from washington free beacon, shira center from the boston free globe.
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thank you very much. we also want to hear from you. do you feel like the mainstream media are turning on donald trump? our live chat is up and running, noted to join the conversation. heather: live pictures now from the washington convention center, that is where president obama and more than 50 world leaders are gathered for the national security summit. today's session expected to focus on preventing isis and other terror groups from obtaining materials that could be used to build a dirty bomb. he joins us live from washington with the latest. rich? reporter: good morning and counter isis strategy is so much a part of this nuclear security summit, ensuring that nations secure their weapons stockpile to make sure groups like isis don't get control of them. the white house says with so many world leaders in town and given that the brussels attacks just happened, this is the perfect venue and perfect time
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to discuss that andother counterterrorism and counter isis strategies. notably absent from this nuclear security summit is russian president vladimir . his nation controls more nuclear stockpile than any other country on earth and the white house says with russia's absence it's a missed opportunity. >> russia's lack of participation obviously in our view is frankly counterproductive. russia's absence here is a political statement of their own that reflects i think the current tensions we have with them over other issues, particularly the situation in the ukraine. reporter: in the current session, world leaders discussing the iran nuclear deal, president obama has caught criticism in the united states in particular for that agreement. the white house has continued to defend that deal even as iran has pursued a ballistic missile program and the white
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house says those are two separate issues and iran is living up to the major parts of that agreement but this also as north korea conducts another ballistic missile test as yesterday's meeting focused with president obama and regional leaders in asia about how to stop north korea from doing just that. back to you. heather: rich henson live with us and we will continue to follow this. much more on the nuclear summit as well as donald trump's controversial remarks on nuclear weapons,all of that with retired four-star general jack keane . why he says the us and the world are not serious about the jihad he threat. that is coming up later in the hour so stay tuned. jon: a fox news alert on a severe storm system on the move that unleashed tornadoes, hail and flash floods across the south leaving roads blocked, power lines down and homes damaged.meteorologist maria molina live in the fox weather center now. reporter: hello everyone and we are tracking the storm system that really has made a mess across parts of the southeastern us.
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because of all the severe weather that is producing and all the heavy rain, here's a look at some of the reported tornadoes over the last 24 hours in places like alabama and even georgia dealing with your weather and the reported tornadoes as well and the storm system continues to east. it has a lot of moisture with it. we have that moisture screaming northward and rain as far north as parts ofupstate new york . we do have a severe weather risk in parts of the southeastern us with a tornado watch issued out here across southeastern parts of alabama through georgia and into south carolina and it's in effect until 3 pm eastern time so heads up. these storms will continue to move eastward and some could rotate and we actually had one tornado warning in effect right now across eastern parts of georgia, the concern there could currently be a tornado on the ground and itis radar indicated . no one has spotted that just yet but there could be a tornado on the ground right now in parts of georgia and that severe weather risk will
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continue throughout the day today and tonight in parts of the southeastern us but there is a concern that isolated severe weather could reach areas across the mid atlantic and even parts of the northeast as the storms continue to move eastward. a lot of heavy rain picked up across the southeastern us, you see reports of more than four inches of rain and it's going to continue coming down. parts of northern florida are expected to be drenched by several inches of rain. the same goes for you across the carolinas and georgia so flooding will continue to be a concern here through the day today. behind the storm system we have more weather tdeal with across the great lakes and northeast. take a look at what starts to happen as we head into this weekend. cold air starts moving southward and some of it is snow and it could be significant across parts of new york state which could be looking at potentially more than six inches of snow and again, those cold temperatures that are going to stay in place through early april. over to you john. jon: i guess we can't complain about snow in new york.
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it's been a pretty mild one. heather: i'm kind of over it. jon: it is after easter after all. marina bellina, thank you. heather: it was a mild winter, you're right. jon: igot snow shoes for christmas and i didn't get to use them . heather: we will applaud just for john. a burial chamber revealed many secrets over the years. why some experts think the biggest secret of all may be just around the corner. the location of queen and nefertiti's hidden tomb plus new developments on a story we have been reporting for a few days on happening now. a saudi company buying farmland in america's drought stricken southwest to grow water chugging alfalfa to save livestock in saudi arabia. a close look at one operation and what people in that area are saying about it. i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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releasing new radar data on king tut's to. they say the radar scans suggest the presence of two hidden rooms inside the tomb and egyptologists say those rooms might contain hidden grave of king tut's stepmom, clean nefertiti. these new findings are not without controversy as you can imagine as experts around the globe cast doubt on them and call for more data. heather: new information on a story we first brought you right here on happening now. saudi arabia's largest dairy company buying thousands of acres of farmland in our drought stricken southwest. to grow alfalfa and other water intensive crops to feed their livestock back at home. my for us in siloam arizona with more. will? reporter: the reason this is happening is because saudi arabia is running out of water so with importing its food but it's happening at the same time as this region is still in moderate drought so as the
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water is going to the farmland behind me in the alfalfa, local residents say their wells are going drive. >> saudi arabia, the southwest desert is an oasis. water is probably the most precious thing we have. it's worth more than gold. reporter: in 2014 the country's largest dairy producer bought more than 10,000 acres of farmland next to the colorado river in vicksburg arizona. thatproperty runs next to wayne way . >> last june, wet my wells went dry b6 is not alone. carol has been forced to live off a local water tank after its well dried up. >> saudi arabia has no water so they got to come here to get water for feed to feed their
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livestock. >> there is no restriction. they can keep pumping and pumping until it's all gone. reporter: according to the state water levels of the saudi owned fondomonte farm, they actually rose the year they purchased the farm. they've since invested $140 million into their operation. >> they're employing 140 people, residents of arizona or some californians right now and they have 600 in direct jobs . >> some economists saythe real issue is antiquated water regulations. >> i'm almost glad to hear about the saudi arabian situation because it's making people wake up to an already existing enormous problem . reporter: a problem that is affecting waiting, his community and their already minimal resources >> i believe the county should be reading some of the benefits from what they are producing here . reporter: water experts say farmers across the united states shouldn't take note of what went wrong in saudi arabia, pointing out the country depleted its aquifers and once that water is gone heather, it's not coming back. heather: they are not doing the same thing here will carlisle for us, thank you . jon: president obama gathering with world leaders in washington now to find ways to
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ensure nuclear weapons don't fall into the hands of isis. just days after reports that the terrorists in belgium wanted to build a dirty bomb. general jack keane weighs onon what it means for american security here . you're late for work.
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heather: let's take youback to the washington convention center, that's where president obama and more than 50 world the leaders are gathering for the nuclear security summit. he's speaking now, let's pause and listen . >> with global ramifications fordecades. it would change our world. so we cannot be complacent. we have to build on our progress . we have to commit to better security in nuclear facilities,
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to removing or disposing of more dangerous material, to bringing more nations into treaties and partnerships that prevent proliferation and smuggling and to make sure we have the architecture in place to sustain our momentum in the years ahead. and with so many members of the global coalition against isis here today, this will be an opportunity to make sure we are doing everything in our power to keep a terrorist group like isis from getting its hands not just on a nuclear weapon but any weapon of mass instruction. so i am very appreciative of the excellent work that's been done and the excellent conversation we had last night. with that, what i'd like to do is invite our minister mike ruta of the netherlands to review some of the specific progress we've made since our last b. heather: this session focusing on keeping the world's most dangerous weapons out of the hands of terrorists. all of this after donald trump raised some eyebrows this week at a town hall in wisconsin with his comments on the use of nuclear weapons. >> where would we drop a nuclear weapon?
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>> somebody hits us within isis, you wouldn't fight back with mark. >> your dropping the weapon into a community of people. >> you don't want to say take everything off the table. you're not a negotiator if you do that. >> just nuclear? >> nuclear shouldn't be off the table but within the context it could be used, possibly. >> the japanese, when we bond them they are hearing a guy running for president of the united states may be talking using nuclear weapons. nobody wants to hear that about a nuclear president. the old nuclear structure with reagan was hated. >> i was against iraq, i'd be thelast one to use nuclear weapon. >> can you tell the nuclear east were not using a nuclear weapon? >> i would never take any of my cards off the table . i'm not going to take it off the table. >> you're going to use in europe? >> no, i don't think so. i'm not taking cards off the table. heather: let's talk about it
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for the institute of war and the fox news military analyst. thank you for joining us. i think i should include what the original question was in doldrums conversation and the question that was asked was, if somebody hits us within isis, you wouldn't fight back with a nuke? that's what he said and that's what is responses. are we doing enough to keep nuclear weapons out of the hands of people like isis? we heard president obama moments ago saying we are doing everything we can. is that true question mark >> not even close. let's look at facts on the table. the radical islam as walked into a global jihad and is expanding into more countries , the casualties and killing they have done has increased dramatically and in 2010, a little over 3000 people were killed that year as a result of terrorist attacks. in 2015, last year, it's just a little short of 30,000. and the reason for that is more countries, more frequency and the weapons they're getting are deadlier. they are in pursuit of any kind of wmd they get their hands on
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and they have told us time and again that they will use it. the administration says this is not an exit essential threats, but they so minimize the threat heather that they compared the deaths as a result of isis and radical islam as being less than what we have in household accidental deaths. that is not the right attitude to have. it is an existential threat and we have to have a strategy to defeat the global jihad. heather: it coincides with their idea from the beginning that they are a jv team and they're still not taking them seriously. why would that be? >> the reason is because it means if you casted in the light i describe it as, as a menacing global threats, it's the ideological generational challenge of the 23rd century. if he said that, which is the truth, then what are we doing about it but mark here we have a nuclear summit, all of these perfect time to organize them in an effort, undermine the
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political and religious ideology of radical islam, it is not just military intervention. it's also using national and religious leaders to defeat this movement and organize that global effort, after all they have a global weapon. the radical islamists but we do not have any. were dispatching ourselves on the back of that nuclear summit and try to keep materials out of their hands but there's no effort to engage them in the comprehensive way it should be done. heather: so that's what we have to do to begin to keep their hands off nuclear weapons. what about russia not being there? >> their sticking that in the eye of the president. this is the president's initiative but i think this is the fourth meeting they had. the tension between russia and the united states and is not going to go there and kowtow to this residence initiative. i'm always speculating but that work is harder than it is, we have serious sticker disagreements with the russians
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particularly over the recruit ukraine, or the baltics and eastern europeand i think that's at the heart of this . heather: we have time for one more question but this is all coming about along with two other things. we have around and their ballistic missile testing and we have north korea as well. both in violation of un sanctions. we have the iran nuclear deal, which one would you like to respond to or you can you responsible? >> the more serious issue is around and the fact that we made a nuclear deal with them but it has not stopped their adventurism, has not stopped their aggressiveness in pursuit of their goal which is domination of the middle east using proxies that they are continuing to use in syria, proxies they are continuing to use in yemen and they're using your their proxies to influence the government of iraq, not to reconcile with the sunni tribes. they got their hands all over the middle east and their testing ballistic missiles. their dead seriousin the direction they're moving as are the north koreans and they're both working together . heather: okay, i didn't even
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know that when i combined the question for you. thank you so much. i appreciate you joining as always. john? jon: thequestion , has the media hammer drops and actually hurt donald trump's campaign this weekend? chris matthews going at him in a withering way just a moment ago. our media panel is here to talk about it as we enter the home stretch for tuesday's critical wisconsin primary. and hillary clinton loses her cool when asked about fossil fuel companies giving money who to her campaign. senator sanders has criticized her for that on the campaign trail but is he right?
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first in this dramatic election season. analysts say donald trump's campaign is in full-fledged damage control mode, this after a lot of troubling headlines including a nasty fight with ted cruz over photos of their lives that went out on twitter. the abortion comments trump had to walk back and his campaign manager getting hit with criminal charges over an incident involving a female reporter. are the media finally turning on donald trump? let's ask our media panel today. judy miller is up pulitzer prize-winning investigative author and rick unger is a contributor to,
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cohost on sirius xm radio and a democratic strategist. welcome to both of you. >> good to be here. jon: judy, to you first. has a warm turd? >> union finally? i don't think the media are doing to donald trump what donald trump is doing to donald trump. he this past week has been his own worst enemy and why all of a sudden the media have discovered that he says things that are not true, that are exaggerations and they're starting to fire back and question him. well hello. a group of people who have been wrong and i include myself in this, the whole time about donald trump saying he's an amateur, this will never last, we've all been wrong so now all of a sudden when everybody's deciding oh, he's not quite ready for prime time i'm not going to believe the pundits. i'm going to wait for the people of wisconsin to tell me whether or not the world has turned the one right now he's down 10 points.
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>> the people of wisconsin are telling you. it's like when i want to answer, i want anybody to be listening because we all as judy said blew it so badly at the outset that now we kind of have this and that yes, the worm has turned and as judy said it's turned on himself. he did this but you're afraid to say it because you're afraid you're going to look stupid again because he will survive it. is not going to survive wisconsin. jon: what he said things before he said john mccain was not a war hero, that kind of thing. all this stuff sort of rolled off his back. why is it sticking now? >> it's unclear at what point the american people start turning in and tuning in seriously but donald trump succeeded in doing something i didn't think was possible at this point which is uniting the country against him with respect to the abortion issue and he's been so elegant and fast on his feet in terms of getting out of things but i think finally accumulation of
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fact and exaggeration is beginning to catch up. >> there's another reason. we all know that donald trump's best chance of success in november is bringing in white men who haven't voted in a very long time so when you put that up against the other classes of voters, latinos, blacks, that he could replace who still says all right might be a path there but when you are looking at 75 percent of the women in america not happy with you, you can't overcome that. there aren't enough male voters to bringin . jon: there are dismal poll numbers among women and then there's the electoral college. we had larry sato on our program earlier in the week with his projected electoral college math. it puts donald trump at 191 electoral college votes, hillary clinton at 347. thatmade a lot of republicans take notice . >> once again the polls have been so wrong on so many issues for so long that it's hard to say we should absolutely believe it now.
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i think in the next, clearly the next races are going to be telling. wisconsin, pennsylvania, these are major states. we're going to see whether or not donald trump's lack of a ground game, whether or notthe problems with his campaign, internal problems , what was the conversation he and the head of the republican had in washington?we still don't know these things. >> you should have listened to unger last night. we do know. >> we know what they say. jon: earlier in the campaign season donald trump famously said if he could go out and fifth avenue and shoot somebody and it basically wouldn't hurt people's opinion of him and a lot of people said yeah, that might be the case but when he says to chris matthews i might use a nuclear weapon in the middle east, all of a sudden people look at that and say i'm not sure.what's the difference? why the new attention? >> great question.
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i'm going to use that, that demonstrates the turning i think we saw this week. that's a great point. now he says something and he didn't really say i want to use nuclear weapons against europe. he just wouldn't take it off the table. it wasn't that offensive. we've all heard donald trump say worse things and yet he's getting creamed for it. that would not have happened fourth months ago. >> he's being questioned about it. before he would dodge and we and other platitudes and people wouldn't come back at him. we did ask questions. hedidn't answer them . the difference now is that there are follow-ups . jon: interesting. judy miller, chris under, thank you. >> i am so sick of janet yellen lying about this.
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heather: i can't get over the song playing behind her at the same time. very ironic that fight song. hillary clinton going on the defense when an environmental activist questionscontributions to her campaign from the fossil fuel industry . the sanders claims the clinton campaign has taken money from lobbyists. the greenpeace report shows that she and her super pack have received millions from people connected to the industry but the clinton spokesman says that sanders benefited from the same group, the same people when he received a $50,000 donation from oil and gas companies. joining me now is brian joyce, he's the radio host of the brian joyce show and prior is that communications director for american crossroads. thank you both for joining us. >> brian you say not a bad thing because she took less money than sanders. or she took more money than sanders but they both took money.
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>> i think it's a little bit disingenuous when these activists and bernie sanders supporters attacked hillary clinton because the reality is, bernie sanders takes big money from big business also.he's taken money from apple, intel, he's taken money from at&t and amazon. everybody's taking big money from a business okay? that's the reality of politics today. hillary clinton just takes more of this. i would side with the activists, i would side with the bernie supporters who don't like the rules of the game but these are the rules. hillary clinton is not breaking any laws. she's not doing anything illegal. she's just better at the game of politics than bernie sanders is. that's not her fault. heather: ian, what you think about that argument? she took money to.>> i'm not sure she's necessarily better at the game of politics given that bernie sanders just raised $44 million in the month of march but the bottom line with hillary clinton is, she's out there saying i didn't take money from corporations that have packs that gave me fossil fuel money but she did take money from lobbyists, lobbyists of the fossil fuel industry. she has taken money from employees and executives of the fossil fuel three and this is more of the same clintonian spin that is the reason why people don't trust her.
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it depends on what the meaning of the word is is that we remember from the linsky scandal. when you keep on parsing words and getting in arguments over semantics and your hillary clinton who most of america doesn't trust anyway, you'renot helping your cause . heather: were talking about a lot of money. the clinton campaign from oil and gas industry, money raised from employees of the oil and gas companies, that's over $300,000. the company committees connected with the fossil fuel industry, oil and gas company, paloma partners, over $2 million and be sure research is the fund that owns shares of america petroleum, over $1 million from them. so were talking about a whole lot of money and as we were discussing, it impacts her trustworthiness and she has a
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problem with that. washington post, say seven percent of people don't trust her. the latest poll, 60 percent don't trust herself when she does things like this , how does she make those numbers any better or does she just continue to make them worse? >> look, i'llbe the first to admit that trust and honesty, these can be issues when you're dealing with a member of the clinton family . i don't think anybody would argue that but i would go back to the fact that aside from parsing words, she has not done anything illegal. she's not done anything improper. the fcc has looked into this, there's nothing wrong and again, i find it disingenuous that it's activists from the bernie sanders that are bringing this to to mike because bernie sanders himself just last month was warned by the federal elections commission about illegal campaign contribution. that has not happened to hillary clinton, it has happened to bernie sanders so how ironic is that? heather: thank you both for joining us, ian brian, i appreciate it. i think the overall problem is when politicians mince words people have a problem with that and they're showing it in this
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jon: several african nations seeing some success writing islamist terror groups. authorities of have captured or killed hundreds of extremists in the last few days and see the massive amount of weapons. paul tinsley is live from johannesburg south africa with more on that. reporter: john, fox knows his learned that africa's law enforcement agencies are having success across many parts of the continent in the fight against terror. hundreds of islamist militants have been killed, hundreds more captured, weapons fees and attacks foiled in just the last week alone in multiple african countries. nearly 300 else about terrorist
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have been killed in somalia and a similar number captured, hundreds of weapons believed to be as yes and for the islamist were seized on a fishing boat off somalia scope. the second such caesar in the past month. in nigeria around 100 vocal around terrorists reportedly captured and 180 hostages rescued in cameroon, female suicide bombers captured before they could detonate their explosives. in the ivory coast, 15 said to be involved in last month's attack on weekend beachgoers at a resort rounded up as well as two more members of the al qaeda linked group and a huge al qaeda weapons cache seized in guinea. so what's the key to africa's success? martin hughley of the institute for security studies talk to fox.>> the numerous reasons for this new success but one key one is the acquisition of new technology. this includes drones where we are seeing in cameroon or nigeria where the military is now using drones increasingly to direct intelligence and
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prepare forpreemptive actions against terrorists . repoer: with attacks across the continent on a daily basis continuing, there's still a long way to go but at last here's some real good news in the fight against terror , john? jon: paul tinsley reporting live from johannesburg. thank you. tonight, fox news takes an in-depth look at the fight against terrorism and what it's like inside the white house and what the administration thinks is needed to defeat the growing threat. >> i don't want any military plans or options going to the white house that i haven't seen. >> he read it a little more bluntly. he said don't give the white house staff toomuch information on military options . they don't understand it very much. he was a little once. jon: you don't want to mix fox news reports writing threats from a sheet shrinking military. brett bear who sit tonight at 10 pm eastern. heather: forget offense is a
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deterrent. how one journalist used her camera to stop drug smugglers from staying in the us.
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jon: let's get a peek at what's ahead on outnumbered at the top of the hour. sandra and andrea, what do you have? >> rough week for the gop front-runner than a surprise meeting at party headquarters and foxbusiness pulls spelling trouble in the next primary. is donald trump's momentum finally slowing? plus, disturbing reports of the state department security gap in our visa system. is this something that isis could exploit? and us women's soccer players suing for pay discrimination. saying they make a way less than the men's team despite
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winning world cupsand olympic gold. do they have a case? will ask are one lucky guy. i hear he has a law degree. that's coming up top of the hour, will see you then . heather: a 20 foot high border fence didn't stop to suspected drug smugglers from entering the us from mexico but a journalist refused to stop recording them jumping that set fence scare them back over it. jonathan hunt is live in los angeles with those details. hi jonathan. reporter: this is extraordinary video shot on the us side of the border by a mexican journalist. that journalist was shooting scenes at that border post when first one man then another simply shimmied over the 20 foot fence from the mexican side down onto us soil. both of them were carrying what appeared to be matching backpacks. you then see them run across the street and then they noticed the woman filling them.
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they just are at her to stop. she doesn't stop. then one of the men says to the other, she's still filming and at that point they quickly run back across the street and straight back up, over the fence in a manner as you can see there which clearly suggests this might not be the first time they've actually scale that fence. as for what was in those backpacks, we can't say for sure but their behavior suggests whatever it was might not have been legal area drug smugglers of course have actually go over the border and under it in bringing their contraband into the united states as customs and border patrol and the dea plan on ongoing game of cat and mouse with the smugglers who are part of a multibillion-dollar drug industry. drug seizures in 2015 along the border with mexico by the way totaled more than 2 million pounds in weight. cocaine and marijuana were both sharply down but meth and heroin were equally sharply up
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as the smugglers appear to adjust their tactics according to supply and demand and heather, whether those two guys caught on camera were carrying drugs or spring break can to 2016 t-shirts in those backpacks, the refusal of a journalist to stop filming them appears to have been enough to prevent delivery. heather question mark. heather: who needs offense as you said. send you at or john scott out there with the camera . reporter: i'll do it anytime heather: thank you jonathan . jon: how they climb that? heather: either they're related to spiderman or we need to figure out how we're building that fence that you can climate so easily. jon: a little razor wireat the top. new next hour on happening now, panic on the peer . bystanders scrambling out of the way of this out-of-control harbor cruiser, that collision caught on camera.
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plus, europe's most wanted man finally in custody, he will soon be back in france to answer or the paris terror attacks.
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