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♪ hello, friends. good morning. today is saturday, the 2nd of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. all eyes on wisconsin where it is shaping up to be a crucial test for candidates on poet sides. already predicting donald trump is doomed. haven't we gone through this before. president obama flashing the peace sign as he leaves the final nuclear summit. the faces of his final world leaders say it all. down easily. how this guy escaped the slaughter house. second guy to do this. he sprinted through a college campus. he was finally saved. get this.
he was saved by jon stewart. you have got to see to believe. where is this bull this morning? we are tracking. we have live team coverage. "fox & friends" begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> the band is back together. >> yes. good morning. >> good morning. >> clayton morris, ladies and gentlemen. >> good to see. >> you nice to see you guys. >> we have a jam-packed show. >> this is so intense, the presidential race and=÷ another primary coming up on tuesday in wisconsin. and that contest is shaping up to have a pretty big impact on the g.o.p. nomination race. >> garrett tenney is live in washington with the very latest with three days until the primary. good morning, garrett. >> good morning, y'all there is a lot riding on wisconsin for both republican and democratic candidates. on the f.o.p. side it's all about the convention and whether or not donald trump can amass enough delegates to win the nomination outright. right now, it's not looking good for the donald in wisconsin. ted cruz is beating him by
10 points in the latest polls by the fox business network. and if cruz sweeps all of wisconsin's 42 delegates, trump's path to securing the nomination outright will become much more difficult. last night on "the o'reilly factor" cruz said trump's recent string of attacks and controversies show he isf not ready to be commander and chief. >> it just shows that donald is desperate and scared. that's the pattern donald follows over and over again. that when he is in trouble, he starts yelling. he starts screaming. he starts insulting. he starts cursing. >> and trump is still dealing with the controversies of this last week over abortion and he said this on twitter. he said i will be in wisconsin until the election. jobs, trade, and immigration will be big factors. i will bring jobs back home, make great deals. on the democratic side though, hillary clinton has been wanting to get the primary race over with for months now, but bernie sanders continues to make that a challenge. in wisconsin, he is currently beating clinton by
5 points in the latest fox business network polls. and if he wins the badger state on# tuesday he will have beaten clinton in six of the last seven democratic contest and ensured that that primary isn't going to be over any time soon. back to y'all. >> disengaged this week landing at the airport with the family. and i pick up the newspaper, the daily news headlines, walk through the airport. there was cnn on the airport. it was doomsday for donald trump. it was as if this was the end of his candidacy. >> how many times have we seen this? remember when he made the comments about john mccain i don't like people who don't get caught. remember when he made the comment about mexicans and muslim ban all this and that he has been teflon trump. is this going to be any different. >> i actually think trump had a really bad week. a series of bad performances. i think it's his fault. on the other hand, the coverage of it is so gleefully nasty. is there anybody who is covering this race objectively or even trying? i mean, i have never seen a
candidate hated by the press like trump is hit6 haded. they really hate him and they hate him because they think he is a moral criminal of some kind. >> don't you think also that you are starting to see more scrutiny because the field is winnowing and it is starting to focus more on policy? >> for sure. i think it's totally legitimate to ask people policy questions and i don't think trump did a good job answering them. i'm not flacking for trump. reporters in this race hate trump and they're not even trying to cloak that they are totally out in the open about it. >> we have seen this before as you mentioned. all through the summer. we saw everything with john mccain and all through the fall we you saw all of these things. newt gingrich said look, don't write him ofú we have seen this all before and you sort of right him off at your own peril. listen. >> none of us have gotten him right all year. i mean, the number of times people, including me have said boy, that was really-now that one is going to stop him and he rolled right on. i want to suggest to you the
only time cruz can get enough momentum in wisconsin is if he sweeps it all trump has to do because of his genius in getting earned media, he should do two or three big speeches much like aipac speech. substantive. two or three speeches over that period if they are done right he will enter the new york primary with momentum. >> among his supporters he is not suffering at all. does he need to come out with big peaches in front of large audiences? i think so. people open for trump or think he speaks for a group of people that have been ignored. that would be me, by the way. i do theyo they want to be reassured that he knows what he is talking about, that he is cares, he capable of some detail like i don't know, everyone would expect that of a presidential candidate. i would think he is k.
probably pull that off. >> support down among his supporters? >> what you ought to be seeing at this stage in the game, right, is the party starting to rally around the frontrunner and you are not seeing his base get really a whole lot bigger. >> what you are seeingóa is republicans in washington say hey, let's put someone who got no votes at all into the republican nomination slot. let's nominate someone who is not even in the race. let's completely ignore what voters just did for the past four months. rowe. >> one thing that he did everybody has gotten him wrong from the very beginning, people thought he wouldn't get in this race and did he and look how well he is doing. look how he would do in a general election against hillary clinton, she would cream him. well, he says i haven't even started on hillary clinton yet. i have just been trying to pick off all these other g.o.p. candidates since our field was so big from the very beginning. >> we will see on tuesday. >> they think is he a threat still. >> to the foreign policy realm now.
you remember maybe a week ago, john kerry explained that thed,xvp()j we have seen recently in europe, in paris most recently and brussels, are actually a sign we are beating isis. in case you don't remember, here it is. >> as the dragnet begins to close n various places around the world, unfortunately, we may see some lone wolf attacks. but, as a whole, dash is being disseminated. their leadership is being eliminated from the battlefield. >> so we're winning again!÷ them and so that is why they are starting to come to the west and we see san bernardino and paris and brussels and all that we told you about that last week. president obama actually doubled down on that at the nuclear security summit going on in washington, d.c. take a listen and see if you believe what you are seeing. >> iraq, isil continues to lose ground. that's the god news. our coalition continues tojn take out its leaders, including those tlanning external terrorist attacks. as isil is squeezed in syria
and iraq, we can anticipate it lashing out elsewhere as we have seen most recently and tragically in countries from turkey to brussels. >> talk about a monotone. he doesn't care. there is a piece in the atlantic, 15,000 word piece in the atlantic interview with the president this week. in it he says terror not such a big deal. global warm is the threat there are aids in this piece we try to get him to feel concerned about this because we know the american people do and he won't. >> here is a photo making the rounds and going viral this morning of the president leaving the summit and flashing the peace sign. take a look. can you take a little closeup of some of the other leaders there that were caught on camera looking at him at the moment. take a look at cammeron and some others here. pull out a little bit. >> they are saying that he is giving them a little bit of a glare there or did they just catch him at a bad moment. we don't know what the story is exactly behind these
photographs. the narrative is not great when president obama doesn't come home from brussels and stays and goes to a baseball game in cuba and does the tango while in argentina. people are saying he is too relaxed. >> big picture, is he a philosopher king. and you, and he explains this really clearly in this interview. you are worried about these terrorism which takes fewer lives than people drowning in bathtubs but is he worried about the big things you are too dumb to understand like global warming. >> dr. sebastian gorka is going to be on the show coming up next. we will get his take on the president doubling down on secretary kerry's comments. >> right now we will tell you about other stories following this in yourh headlines. start with extreme weather now. 18 tornadoes and extreme rain storms tearing through the southern united states. a 22 car drain derailing in alabama after floodwaters washed away part of a bridge. in georgia, crews were forced to flip a truck rightside up after 80 mile-per-hour winds blew it over. in indiana a tornado left behind a path of destruction
in tippecanoe county. this bad weather set to push east this weekend. we will check in with janice in a bit. germany on high alert as isis is athletic new attacks. the group released these two photo shops pictured. one in front of an airport. what your brothers in belgium were able to do, you can do, too. another in front of the chancellor's building says germany is a battle ground. this does come as brussels is planning to reopen airport tomorrow for the very first time since the deadly terror attacks this killed 32 people. hillary clinton's email investigation now completely in control of the fbi. the state department announcing it has suspended internal review of clinton's happened ling of classified information on her private email server as to not interfere with the fbi's probe. expected to interview clinton about her use of her personal server during her time as secretary of state.
time at the university of kansas. students outraged over these trump 2016 sidewalk chalk drawings like the ones that sent students into a fury at emery university last week. some comparing the writing to having a confederate flag on campus. now they are demanding the university do something about it responding on quitter saying people were quick to jump to conclusionze and someone outside of campus could have easily done it the university did wash the markings off though because the policy requires people to get permission before drawing on the sidewalk. those are your headlines. sidewalk chalk. >> disturbing report of isis getting jobs at the airport. literally, how did that happen? what does it mean for security? >> >> catch a bull that escaped the slaughter house. his friend did it he said i'm going to do the same thing.
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welcome back. german authorities are on alert following isis's claim, their call to arms for extremist muslims there to carry out a brussels style attack. this comes as belgium police claim there are dozens of isis sympathizers working at brussels airport. joining us is distinguished chair of military theory marine corps university and our friend dr. sebastian nice to see you this morning. what did you make of this claim out of the brussels airport? >> well, it's very, very disturbing but surprise us. so, this is what the jihadis are going to want to do. we have reports in the united states that more than 70 people working for tsa
were somehow connected to the terrorism watch list. so, this isn't just a problem in europe. it's one here. if you read the jihadi magazines like inspire or the isis magazine dabiq. it's very clear they want their terrorist cells to target high concentrations of unarmed civilians and there is nothing much better than an airport new want to kill a lot of civilians in one place at one time. >> here is the belgium police, the union open letter to the interior ministry i want to read and this get your response. 50 supporters of isis to work at the airport who have a security package and access to the cockpit of a plane. how dgó these people, dr. gorka, get clearance, get a security badge? >> well, it's a failure of the vetting process. the fact is that it's not just about technology, it's about human intelligence. counter terrorism is about
identifying those networks, those cells before they go con kinetic. before they attack. we have had 7/7 in london. madrid attacks. paris twice and now brussels. it's clear that the continent is full of individuals who have been recruited or who have been radicalized by groups like al qaeda and isis and not being picked up. there is an intelligence failure. let's not forget here in america, one of the biggest airport, denver airport, that's where bull azazi, man attempted on the metro. al shuttle bus driver at denver airport before the fbi identified him. >> yeah, great point. i want to get your take this morning. news this morning, dr. gorka. the president doubling did you know on secretary kerry's comments of last week that were squeezing isis. we are hitting them where it hurts and, therefore, that's why we are seeing some of
these small scale lone wolf style attacks. the president reiterating secretary kerry's comments yesterday at the nuclear summit. what do you make of the white house stance. we are squeezing them. that's why we are seeing more attacks and prepare to see more because we are hurting them. >> it's incredible. the administration persists in living in an alice in wonderland fantasy. do you remember baghdad bob, saddam's spokesman who sai$l as the bombs are exploding behind him in baghdad, he said we have destroyed america. we have won this war. this is like the obama administration. this is like secretary kerry and the president. we have more than 90 isis supporters arrested in america in the last year and a half. we have had san bernardino and they are telling us hey, it's okay. we're winning and we are going to flash a peace sign. this is definite --á(p' flash a peace sign if you are winning like winston churchill did, but i'm sorry, president obama is no
winston churchill. >> also the white house leading out another story that has us scratching her heads this morning leaving out islamist out of the french president hollande's speech. his own words. why would they do that? >> because it doesn't comport with their narrative. this is the administration that for seven years has been telling us terrorism is the result of lack of education and unemployment. you remember maria harp for the state department? jobs for jihadis. you cannot talk about the religion or ideology. >> dr. sebastian gorka very astute this morning. good morning. >> and good morning. >> it's rusted, i can't be best busted of the knife found in his backyard possibly link to do his backyard. the forensic results are in
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guys. i think with all the media coverage it would be hard for people not to know about this watcher house. but, do the owners now, do they need to disclose? >> listen, there is no statute right on point that says if your house is being stalked by somej@ sort of a whacko you need to tell the buyer. unfortunately for the sellers i do think they need to let people know. it's a material defect. it effects the home. one of the things watcher was saying i see your youngblood. i'm watching your children through the windows. >> creepy. >> especially if you have young children. the thing is in these types of trials, juries like the golden rule. they like people to be treated the way they would want to be treated. people would want to know this type of thing especially if they have kids. >> how do you know the stalker is targeting the house and not theúj family. >> caveat emptor. buyer beware. there is no duty as heather pointed out with regards to local legends, notorious past regarding property. >> some people don't even believe in it, right?
>> sure. look, there is a theory out there that possibly the buyers of this house are using this as an opportunity to try to get out of house. i don't know if that's true or not. who knows. it's sort of an urban legend out there. the duty to disclose is usually limited to structural environmental damage. things of that nature. >> termites. >> some states have laws that say if your house is haunted you have to let the buyer know. here it's not really haunting though. it's watching. there is actually a title question because the watcher is saying that this is their house. and this is a house that they should have access to. and they are actually suing the title company as well because it's their job to actually go back and look. >> keith, how long was this happening before the couple moved in the house. >> interesting. only started about a week before the sale. thed6first letter to the seller was fairly innocuous. creepy talking about the young blood and this person has young children. not the house i would want to live. in where do you draw the line? it becomes a slippery slope
if you enact statutes that require disclosure of urban legends. what if someone died peacefully at 100 years of age or had a divorce when someone lived in the house. are those things that would freak out the next buyer and mandate disclosure? what if there are kids who egged the house on halloween is that a disclosure? >> you have a theory about this though that some locals have been kicking around. >> the idea that some people are saying as keith said that perhaps the buyers want to do back out because the letter to the sellers came a week before the sale. so it's awfully close in imtoo. i think ultimxxuáñ in this case they are going to have to really investigate and find out hot watcher is when those letters really came. then it's going to be would a reasonable person getting that letter before you are supposed to sell it to the house disclose it to the people buying it and would the reasonable buyer want to know? ultimately, if you are before a jury, there is a good argument to be made that most buyers would want to know this type of information. >> you know who they need to call, right? ghostbusters. i mean, it's a serious thing when you think about how the family is worried about their security and money.
they bought it for $1.355 million and two years later try to sell it at a loss for 1.25 million. >> big financial loss. i don't see prevailing suing on fraud that requires material misrepresentation from the seller. that means they had a conversation about this and lied about it i don't see it happening. >> thank you some for analysis. thank you so much for your timee 28 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up. pig city rodeo cops scramble to catch a bull that had escaped from the slaughter house. it looks like hillary clinton forgot to pack her patience. >> i am so sick of the sanders campaign lying about me. i'm sick of it. >> well, this side of hillary clinton hurt her chances in this weekend's primary? our political panel is up next. ♪ so sad to think about the good side ♪ you and i ♪ because baby now we got bad blood ♪
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donald trump met privately yesterday with the members of his foreign policy team in washington, d.c. i think we actually have a photo of that meeting. there, yeah. most important, finland, colombia. >> by the way, they are slightly more impressive than washington's foreign policy establishment, i think. not that it takes much. >> political panel coming up in just a moment. right now we are following these stories making headlines a terror attack
trying to figure out what drove heavily armed gunmen to shoot and kill state trooper4: chad dur denies myer at a bus station. anyone suspicious as part of a training exercise. he went up to 34-year-old alleged gunman james brown and that's when brown allegedly opened fire. the x con has extensive wrap sheet including attempted murder charges. he was carrying 143 rounds of ammunition at the time of the shooting. brown's aunt says he was angry with the police and always vow to do fight them until the end. and a mother terrified after her 4-year-old picked up a makeshift bomb on his way home from school. this all happened in washington state. the woman says the boy grabbed what looked like a water bottle with wires out from underneath a tree. she immediately knew something wasn't rightbñv and called 911. the bomb squad came out and told her it was an old device and she shouldn't worry. that mother said the neighborhood, which is packed with families is on
alert. and hook again. los angeles police say the rusted knife found on simpson's former property is not connected to the 1994 killing of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman. investigators say the blade does not match the wounds and no did. na evidence on the knife links it to the crime. the knife was privately kept for more than a decade following the trial and recently turned into investigators. simpson was acquitted by a jury and the murder weapon has neysi been found. and caught on camera, a bull goes on a rodeo style raucous on a new york style campus. and comedian comes to the rescue. >> oh, oh, oh. [ laughter ] >> the bow bine escaped a truck heading to the slaughter house and instead torevs p cnu college campus in queens. he was eventually tranquilized and taken to a
animal hospital. the freedom run caught the life of jon stewart. they saved the animal by driving it to upstate sanctuary. the animal is safe. named it after frank leet:yj famously escaped alcatraz. tucker, over to you. >> thanks, anna. back to politics. all eyes on the state of wisconsin as new polls show donald trump is trailing ted cruz by 10 point. the press declaring this trump's worst week ever? was it? is it the end of his political aspirations caitlin huey burns. famous pollster. and campaign manager for martin o'malley and former obama campaign staff. great to see you all. i think, caft lynn, first to you this obviously was a bad week for donald trump and it was his fault. >> um-huh. >> but the press is soaks so excited about it do you3'muñ knw any reporter who would consider voting for him?
>> you would think we would learn our lesson after each controversy he only benefited from it i think this time is a little bit different though. we are starting to see him have a base of support but a ceiling to that base. in wisconsin, his support has stayed pretty flat over the past month and ted cruz and john kasich have gained. so i think this, you know,úñ comes ahead of wisconsin, all this controversy and it also comes as the delegate count is on. i mean, the delegate hunt, i should say. ted cruz is going to be in north dakota this weekend trying to scoop up delegates. they are all in this race. it's very competitive. >> john, i'm sure you saw what newt gingrich said yeah, it's bad, but we have called thent race over before and we were wrong. is this different this moment? >> no. i think the speaker is right. that granted he was off message this weekend. think about it. you had brussels. had you things going on where the president was in cuba doing the wave while americans were being killed in brussels and the candidate who should have been talking about that should have been trump and he was off message. he was too busy attacking
cruz. if he gets back to his themes of making america great again and strengthening us on the economy and defense and security, he will go up again in the polls. he has a lot support for that reason. proves one thing we wrote for national review online this week the one guy who could beat trump is trump when he is off message. that's his vulnerability. >> he is his own crep continue cryptonite. he has a lot of support relatively speaking. doesn't that point out the resonance of his message if you aim your message at the middle class which he is doing it kind of works? >> yeah. agree with what you are saying, carson. what it continues to show here is wisconsin, a state that was designed for him to do well in, and he does, you know, he alienates then voters by going after scott walker, a very popular governor there. he is completely unaware of
two conservative radio hosts that he gets on who are part of the not donald trump, you know, movement. >> never trump. >> never trump, right. it just continues. i think the problem that he has is that he is just tone deaf when it comes to politics. i have worked on political campaigns for almost 13 years, 15 years. the thing that we would never do is allow as a staffh' allow our candidate to go into a state and not understand the politics. >> that's true. because the campaigns you worked on had staffers. caitlin, you saw the former first lady -- former secretary of state hillary clinton at an event recently and she was asked by a self-described activist about taking money from the fossil fuel industry, whatever that is here was her response. >>
>> boo who, poor me. i'm a victim. they are being mean to me. is this a good posture for her. >> clinton very much wants this race to be over and for understandable reasons. look at what is happening on the republican side. the last thing that democrats want right now is to have this division of their own. sanders is not going to leave the race and doesn't have a reason to. he just pulled in $44 million in the past month. is he going to stay in this race. this issue in particular is something important to his constituency. is he going to keep on. >>hwso $44 million, that's unbelievable you do kind of feel for hillary. it's a coronation. she deserves it it's her turn. she is going to be the first female president and how dare this elderly guy who believes things get in her way. >> she is talking about the women vote and talking about trump. we did that national poll she has 58% unfavorable with women voters. i mean, 90% of republican women don't like her. two thirds of independent
women, 65% don't like her. 66% of democrats don't like her. she will not only lose wisconsin and can you tell[& because she is campaigning in new york right now. not wisconsin. she will lose wisconsin. two weeks from thousand she is likely to lose new york to bernie sanders. >> that would be unbelievable if that actually happened. take three steps back, fossil fuel is controversy. no fossil fuels mean no, sir airplanes no, cars, no electricity. how insane that the democratic party that fossil fuels are somehow evil? >> i think it was a flash of authenticity for her. >> definitely. >> this is new york. new yorkers love sass, right? they love authenticity. i think it's great she showed a little bit of that there are two candidates in the race. one on the republican side. clearly one on the democratic side who are new yorkers, right? born and raised and they show that same kind of, you know, they speak what they want to speak their truth and they are very authentic. i think it was good for people to see that she was,
you know, new york senator for 89years. and i thought, you know, good for her. >> you know what would be god, every entitled little rich kid who hates fossil fuels should have to spend a year in gambia so they know what it's like when you don't have them. make your predictions on wisconsin. what's going to happen. >> ted cruz is poised to do well there i think he will win the state. the question is how much. does he win by enough to win all the delegates. >> same thing. but the big news will be when sanders beats hillary clinton maybe by double digits. >> that will be unbelievable. is sanders going to beat clinton in wisconsin. >> i think so. >> she can't put this guy away. why is that not a headline, that's amazing. thank you for joining us. heap we see you later in the show. >> a man in prison for rigging elections around the world says the same thing is happening right now right now in america. kurt the cyber guy is here with the ways you may be being tricked. it will wreck your morning. don't go away. 6:40 a.m. in the eav9ñ but janice dean is outside a
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company for 8 years. so tell us how did chick-fil-a begin. >> ittl started in 1986 he opened tiny little place and now grown into 2,000 locations including the one we are standing in right now. >> you are right across the street from the fox news channel. so you are going to be seeing a lot of us here. bill o'reilly, megyn kelly, just to make sure that you know that. >> we are pumped to see all of you guys. today. and you have got to tell me what -- because i have never eaten here before. >> never? >> oh my gosh. >> this is your first time. >> this is my first time, everybody on "fox & friends weekend." so come on. >> absolutely. >> let's talk to sabrina. >> i'm with chick-fil-a. >> are you excited? i'm ready to be back in new york. >> you have to help me out, sabrina. i have never eaten here before. >> the classic is the chick-fil-a biscuit is the original. my personal favorite is the egg white chicken grill. >> i will take one of those. what else. >> i like the minis.
>> bring it. >> little nuggets on little buns. >> what time do you guys open at 6:30 in the morning and you close at what? >> midnight. >> you are ready so what else? >> hash browns are delightful. if you are looking on the skinny side. >> no skinny side. this meteorologist does not go skinny. >> hash browns all the way then. i have got you covered. >> what do you guys what? clayton, anna, tucker? >> a chicken biscuit but i want to try that grilled -- the egg white grill. i didn't know they had such healthy things there now. >> yes. you know what? we should talk about that. what sets this apart from just a regular. >> it's homemade in your kitchen fresh feel. that makes the big difference. the southern hospitality is here every time you get here that really sets it over the top. i started as a guest andcp had to work here. >> we had people waiting in line. that's how exciting this
place. >> everybody is always really excited first thing in the morning get that fresh baked feel. >> fresh baked feel. >> janice has never been to chick-fil-a before. in new york city, i think there isúm one other chick-fil-a. when i moved here i was dying. >> it was on a college campus. >> i used to live in charlotte, north carolina, there was one right by my house and i would go all the time. what you need to have is actually lunch. bring back lunch for later. it's the original chicken sandwich. many have tried to mimic and replicate but they can't. it's so good. >> a little butter on the bun. >> she told me, anna, she told me it takes a little extra time but i will be here all morning to wait for it. >> waiting until they switch over to lunch, too. >> making me hungry. >> we will take one of everything. >> one of everything? around the world, i like it? >> around the world. that's what we are doing here at if i can fillet. this is fantastic. >> polynesian. >> bring them back, january miss. we are counting on. >> you you know it's a little frightening. >> the sauces?
oh my gosh. >> you like the waffle fries. >> waffle fries? this is a who new like i need more of that kind of food right now. thank you chick-fil-a. coming up next, the white house is about to release a new round of detainees from guantanamo bay. they include a former fighter for usama bin laden. think they are not a threat? a former gitmo officer joining us next hour says think again. >> and a man in prison for rigging elections around the world. now says he believes the same thing is happening right here in the u.s.a. kurt of the cyber guy is here with ways you can tell if you are being tricked. that's next. ♪ i never needed anybody's help in any way ♪ but now these days are gone ♪ i'm not so self-assured ♪ now i find ♪ i changed my mind ♪ i've opened the door ♪ help me if you can
certain that the same tactics are being used during the current presidential campaign here in the united states. >> let's bring in kurt the cyber guy. are we talking cyber? >> that's the lead this morning. we are talking cyber. we are talking about using technology in a way to manipulate elections. this guy is doing the biggest tell-all from jail in hopes that that will reduce his sentence. is he in prison in south
america right now. is he in columbia where he set up in a luxury apartment hackersers from around south america to manipulate elections. there he is right there. and interesting tattoos by the way. he has html code. computer code tattoos all over him. this is a go-to guy in politics in south america. if you wanted to manipulate the question comes down to how in the heck did he do this? and is he telling us. is he telling us everything. in this hacker's toolbox, imagine this, he spends about 50 grand for a russian spyware application that he can then intercept phone calls on all iphones, androids, blackberries for the opposition. so they can find out what was in heir email. what they are talking about. and they also then bought and got software that allowed them to do those automated phone calls. so beings like on the night before the election, they would act as though they are
the opposing candidate. calling people at 3:00 in the morning with some sort of message which, of course, ticked off the voters and that could sway an election overnight. thousand of twitter accounts that are fake. they are at least a year old you have to spend money on the black market. >> pra proof that it's happening here. >> no proof it's happening here except the end all corrupting elections in the jail sitting in jail i'm 100 percent certain this is going on in the u.s. in this presidential election do we have proof? severe right now. >> there are tons of push polls. >> not talking about push polls. we're talking about manipulating data. we are talking about me sneaking in to your computer systems and manipulating the opposition.
we are talking26 about creating stuff on twitter. when you have thousands of twitter accounts can you suddenly create a wave of opinion like that. >> kurt the cyber guy thanks so much.or more "fox & friends" comingy. up. ctory in the western hemisphere will soon energize the world. and in syracuse, where imagination is in production. let us help grow your company's tomorrow - today - at business.ny.gov
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governor breaks his silence to break the scandal on the m and m scandal. "fox & friends" hour two start right now. ♪ ♪ ♪ ain't no stopping us now ♪ we're on the move ♪ >> eating junk food but we love it janice dean is brings us breakfast. the chick-fil-a opened across the street. >> come5@ on. >> start your walking. >> are you ready? >> yeah, come on. >> i have a bagful of chick-fil-a. >> you have 30 pounds of chick-fil-a. >> oh, at least. are you ready to see how close we are to work. i just tried my first chick-fil-a it'stu awesome. >> is it like magic in. >> do we have a sky cam we can track her progress? >> it's incredible. chicken and egg and onions, i will have the world's
worst breathe but i don't care. it's across the street. >> right hand of the screen there about to go across the crosswalk there, i think. >> if there is anything that could improve sixth avenue in midtown it's chick-fil-a the whole neighborhood just got better. >> people in new york city have been clamoring for a chick-fil-a for years. in fork for a long time was on nyu's campus. had to be a student of nyu to get it. >> there is a lot of political opposition. >> janice, come on. even if you have to stop traffic, bring those chicken business cuts across the street for us. >> yeah. normally our choices were like the predamisieur. taste were but sandwiches quite small. >> there she comes. >> we would like to talk to janice but her mouth has been full since she left
chick-fil-a. >> janice, what do you get? what did you order at chick-fil-a. >> here i am with my bagful of chick-fil-a. there we go. >> reportedly what she did she get. >> welcome to the avenue of americas. oh my gosh. city. okay, boys, mom is running with the if i can fillet sandwich in hand. >> she has made it to the door. >> am i hero today? >> yea. chick-fil-a. >> there is nothing janice dean won't do for you. >> there is actually some other news happening in the across the street. >> i will get right to that and while we waited on janice, she almost here. >> the race for wisconsin is shaping up for a huge race for the white house. >> both parties now setting their sights on the packager state and the badger state voters. >> our garrett tenney is live from washington with the latest. what is going to happen? >> good morning, y'all. there is a lot riding on wisconsin as you mentioned on the g.o.p. side if donald trump can win a majority of
the badger state's 42 delegates he have a much clearer path to securing the nomination. his chances of doing that though are not looking good right now. ted cruz is currently ahead by 10 points in the latest wisconsin polls by the fox business network. in the last night on "the o'reilly factor," cruz shot back at trump over his recent string of attacks ahead of tuesday's primary with this. >> it just shows that donald is desperate and he is scared. that's the pattern donald follows over and over again. that when he isa in trouble, he starts yelling. he starts screaming. he starts insulting. he starts cursing. >> donald trump took the day off from the campaign trail yesterday, but he was active as usual on twitter. attacking ted cruz, megyn kelly and also making this campaign pitch to wisconsin voters. saying i will be in wisconsin until the election, jobs, trade, and immigration will be big factors. i will bring jobs back home, make great deals. on the democratic side hillary clinton has been wanting to get the primary
race over for months now but bernie sanders continues to make that a challenge in wisconsin he is currently beating clinton by a points in the latest fox business network poll. and sanders says the race is now moving into states that are more his territory. >> a lot of the early states that werez contested were in the deep south. and that is, as you know, the most conservative part of america. we did not do well. we are now moving elsewhere. we are moving to the west. we are moving to new york. we think we have a real shot to win. >> if sanders beats clinton in wisconsin, it will be his sixth win in the last seven democratic contests. anna, tucker, and clayton. >> thank you so much, garrett. >> thanks, garrett. all eyes as you just heard garrett say are on wisconsin. the race there is tuesday night. the press has declared this the worst week ever for donald trump. they have declared that gleefully and in part they're saying that because of exchanges like this. this is trump and john dickerson of cbs discussing the question of abortion.
watch. >> what would you do to further restrict women's access to abortion as president? >> well, look, look. i just -- i mean i know where you are going and i just want to say a question was asked to me and it was asked in a very hypothetical and it was said illegal, illegal. >> your original answer, you mean. >> my original. i was asked as a hypothetical. hypothetically.gb hypothetically. the laws are set now on abortion. and that's the way they are going toe remain until they are changed. >> do you think it's murder, abortion? >> i have my opinions on it but i would rather not comment on it. >> you said you are very pro-life. abortion is murder. >> i do from my opinions on it. i would rather -- i just don't think it's appropriate. >> that's a preview of what we will see tomorrow on face the nation those types of questions. if you were reading the headlines this week all of the news coverage.
this was donald trump's worst week ever. cnn's bad week.;i the "the washington post," trump picked a terrible time to have worst week of the presidential race. >> it was bad. no defending that he clearly hasn't thought about it he didn't give consistent or articulate answer. i don't think many people are voting for donald trump on the issue of abortion. they are voting for him on issues like borders and trade. you ought to have a better answer. the press is so gleeful about it they are not just reporting the meltdown this week. they are reveling in it. interesting. >> he is struggling with women though. it's just part of the pile on. this whole thing with abortion and then you had the corey lewandowski thing with michelle fields and allegedly grabbing her and the war of the wives and all that it doesn't body -- bode well with trump. the mainstream media who love to report on what the call a circus around donald trump are trying to capitalize on it. >> this hasn't hurt him at all among his supporters.
it seems over the many months we heard everything over the summer and fall. among his supporters they don't tend to care. >> teflon trump you are right. the party isn't rallying around him as a frontrunner. the base doesn't seem to be growing. >> i think it has hurt him among his supporters. piece in the "wall street journal." this is not good. on the other hand, at some point you have to make a choice. if the choice is between trump and hillary. if the choice is between trump and the washington political establishment, i think a lot of people say yeah, you know, he should do better. they are horrible. do you know what i mean? in the end none of this is taking isolation. it's compared to what? porm weighing in on donald trump's comments. listen to president obama.85 >> what the statements you mentioned tell us? they tell us that the person who made the statements doesn't know much about foreign policy or nuclear
policy or the korean peninsula or the world generally. people pay attention to american elections. what we do is really important to the rest of the world. >> um-huh. it's really important. so what we wouldn't do is set out red line and say i don't know if assad uses chemical weapons we are going to attack him and then not do it. because that would suggest, i don't know, ignorance. it would -- do you know what i mean? it would suggest a leader who doesn't know what he thinks, oh, wait, that was obama. part of the reason we have trump. part of the reason we have such a chaotic season is because of obama. reaction against the last 8 years which has been v. been really bad for america. i wonder if the president knows that. knows that. >> a lot of pei÷1 throughout the summer and into the fall and into the new year. people have been writing him off all these potential qualifies which might derail other candidates. we remember what happened with herman cain that might have derailed other candidates. newt gingrich says not so fast. >> his position on nuclear weapons is exactly right. it's the position of ronald reagan. it's the position of gerald
ford. it's the position of jimmy carter. it's the position of richard nixon and john f. kennedy and richard nixon and dwight eisenhower. you can't be in a world where there are a thousand russian nuclear weapons. a world where the iranians are trying to get a nuclear weapon and then say oh, i will never ever use them. i think what he was doing was actually pretty sophisticated. more so sophisticated than some of our liberal friends who take things off the table that they can't possibly mean. i think t i give trump was absolutely correct. >> interesting. but the presumption is hen has no idea. lack, i do think trump, who still is by far the leader in this race, i mean, we have sort of forgotten that. probably going to lose wisconsin but he has more votes cast for him than anybody else in this race boy far on the republican side. i do think it would be worth him giving a speech or two in the coming weeks reassuring the population he does get the stuff. he is willing to study. can he absorb facts. >> we know this has been
happening behind closed doors. meeting with g.o.p. leaders in washington and rallying support there. trying to clear the air a bit. >> he has no support there they want to put in paul ryan. >> he simply needs to study and show that he is disciplined. >> he can do that it's not that hard. >> of course. on to otherñg stories making headlines, 11 minutes after the hour. starting with extreme weather now. 18 tornadoes and severe rain storms tearing through the southern part of the united states and 22 car train did he railing in alabama after floodwaters washed away part of a bridge. in georgia, crews were force to do flip a truck right side up after 80 mile-per-hour winds blown it over. up in indiana a confirmed tornado leaving behind a path of destruction in tippecanoe county. this stretch of bad weather set to push east this weekend. hillary clinton's email investigation now completely in control of the fbi. the state department announcing it has suspended its internal review of clinton's handling of classified information on private email server as to not interfere with the fbi's ongoing probe.
fbi director james comey expected to interview clinton about her yowfs the personal email server during her time as secretary of state. and an elderly woman rescued from her sinking car. the nail biting moment all caught on camera. look at this. the witnesses say the woman's car smashed through a connecticut peach railing tried to park it some thousand plunged into the wate(. man tried to help her by using a piece of the broken barrier to break the windshield and pull the car toward the rocks. the vehicle just kept filling up with water. that's when police stepped in and smashed out her window. >> break the window. break the window. >> all right, we got her out. got her. >> the woman was taken to the hospital and we're told those are your headlines. >> it's time. she is here. >> wait a second. we are going to pause this piece because janice dean is
here. >> here i am. oh my gosh. >> you are a hero. >> look at this, i am a hero. i am a chick-fil-a hero. oh my gosh only for you guys. >> what do you have there, janice? >> i cleaned them out. they were up at 6:30 this morning. >> if you just woke up, chick-fil-a just opened across the street? >> can i say that's fruit and yogurt. these really from chick-fil-a. >>? i got the wrong one. >> come on. ♪ [chicken dance] >> teleprompter operator. >> it's unbelievable. >> we will be right back. it's going to be fantastic. stay tuned. >> am i a hero? >> oh, yeah. but i only had a salad. it was a buffalo chicken salad. salad.
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pentagon making a stunning announcement. it's releasing at least a dozen more detainees from guantanamo bay that starts this weekend, today. currently there are 91 men still being held at gitmo. we know 18% of detainees released already have returned to the battlefield as of last july. now, with the rise of isis in the middle east attacks on europe and at least two detainees going to africa where there are problems with terror. should the administration reconsider this move? will they? major montgomery granger was a former ranking medical department officer in guantanamo bay. he is the author of savid- grace at guantanamo bay. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> so what do we know about the guys who are being released? >> one of the alleged to be released is terik abdulla. trained al qaeda fighter. artillery expert. member of usama bin laden's brigade. 2001. and released to u.s.
custody? december 31st, 2001. he arrived at guantanamo bay, cuba a day after i got there on february 8th, 2002. i watched him get off the x-ray i detail this in my book "saving grace guantanamo bay" available on amazon. and he had a history of misbehavior. he would put urine, fees sis and other bodily fluid sprayeden guards and currently held in isolation because of his noncompliance. >> that's pretty unattractive. how old is this guy? >> probably 38 years old. >> young man. >> at this time. and he is alleged to be released. statistics used to be around 30% of released detainees are known or suspected to have returned to the battlefield. but the real important thing is the 70% we don't know about. where are they? a they this paris, san bernardino? >> this doesn't sound like
some elderly guy live out his final days in a nursing home. what are the people who work at gitmo? what do people at the pentagon think of this? this is a policy thatitáátá @&c@ from the white house. purely ideological. they believe that get know was one of the reasons terrorists hate us. what do people around these prisoners every day think when they see them go out into the recall world free. >> it's completely insane. i mean islamists follow sharia law and people need to understand that islamist is not just a religion, it's a political movement. they believe in theocracy. which means their religion is their law. their civil and criminal law. that's not compatible with the americanbk judeo-christian ethic. >> are there any efforts at gitmo to rehabilitate these guys, to get them off their islamist theology and mainstream at all? if we are going to release them are we trying to make them better. >> we are not. interesting thing is we have to keep them opened. they're not prisoners per se they're detainees.
by good geneva convention, they are not to be -- they don't have to be tried or accused of anything. even while i was there, we would give them children's welcomes to read. they have a library. if you keep them fat and happy, tucker, they are less dangerous to themselves and to the guards. >>a shame we are not making some effort to change them ideologically. >> it's very interesting we tried. testimony they would play the national anthem and raise the flag at the camp each morning and the commander cut it down. >> give them the federalist papers. >> great to see you this morning. thanks for joining us. >> thanks very much. >> every job application ever been convicted of a felony. now some on the left say that question needs to be removed because it discriminates against people who have been convicted of felonies. wally bring you more on that. the scale that rocked this nation. governor chris christie finally breaks his silence
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of wine also help. >> well, students at new york university staged a sit-in calling on the school to abolish what they call the box on its application that ask whether or not they have been convicted of a crime. some are calling the question discriminatory others say they are keeping students safe on campus. here to debated is fowler and editor in chief campus reform.org. nice to have both of you on the show. you tonight think it's ridiculous thing for these students to be asking for, do you. ideal of universities and schools is to educate people, right, and judging a student based on them shoplifting at 13 just seems to be, to me, to be the wrong thing. we should be educating them and helping them make better choices instead of punishing them for making bad choices >> wait a second. we are talking about felonies here which are serious. and nonviolent right, sterling? this isn't some little demeanor.
>> no, it's not. it covers a lot of different crimes, misdemeanors, felonies, as you said. and, of course, let's not forget the purpose of this box is to protect employers or in this case a university and fellow students at that university. if i'm a female student at nyu and i'm going to end up in gender neutral housing i will feel a lot more secure about my future if i'm not in gender neutral housing with somebody who ended one a sex crime at some point in their life. you can talk reforming the box but let's not get rid of it. >> shear a couple problems with the argument. problem number one is, you know, the fact that pursuant, one word, people grow up. they change. they change overtime and that's what going into adulthood means. number two, and i think the second point that's more important than just pursuant be helping our children make better choices. in order to make better choices we have to teach them things. that's what education is all about. right? so to think that a 15 or 14-year-old to ho made a bad choice one day in their life should not get a chance to go to university or should
be discriminated against because they committed a crime when they were so young seems to be a littleu bit nonsensical to me. >> sterling, what's the genesis of this where they were there upset criminals who came forward and decide to do push for this change? >> well, the students who were protesting this were actually part of a coalition founded in 2013 by formerly incarcerated nyu students incarceration to education coalition. students at nyu at least a few years ago who had been insofar as rated. they moved into nyu. let's not forget that nyu has a prison education program already. this is not about discrimination. nyu a pro-progressive university in very progressive city is more than happy to help criminals and former criminals incarcerated folks get an education. there has to be a balance between the ability to improve their lives and safety of their other students. >> richard, i will give you the final word. >> here's the thing. this is what it boils down to, when you ban the box, you allow for individuals to be judged on the merits of their work, right? are you telling me someone with a perfect sat store who
at 13 shoplifted at the local wal-mart he shouldn't be allow to do go to nyu. that seems to be a little bit stupid and a little bit brash. >> go to our facebook page and weigh in on that on ff weekend. richard and sterile, thanks so much. great seeing you this morning. >> thank you. >> pot heads unite at the white house. light up on the president's lawn? and who could forget this heart warming moment right here on "fox & friends"?ue >> situation and all the sacrifices you have made for us. kawasaki motors corporation would like to present with you a brand new 2016 callsal ca. >> that is amazing. that is amazing. >> just whenvú you thought this story couldn't get any better. it just did. we will tell you how when we come back ♪ don't stop believing ♪ hold on to that feeling ♪ streetlights
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i do want to ask you about the big scandal that you have going on. >> what's that? >> this is, you know what i'm talking about. this is the m&m scandal. [ laughter ] >> this is a picture of you. >> right. >> and you were just pouring m&ms into your existing box of m&ms. >> no, no. >> that's not what i was doing. >> unbelievable. >> you open the box of m&ms and there is a bag of m&ms
inside the box of m and ms. an empty box with a bag of m&ms in it big choice to make eat them out of the bag or pour them into the box. i'm enthusiastic fan. >> of m and ms? >> no. of the game that i'm watching. so i'm requesting to get up and cheer. you have got the bagf) that could spill all over the place. you have got the box you are set and you don't lose an m&m. >> i don't want to lose an m&m. >> they melt in your mouth, not in your hand. i was defending him last week for this very same reason. you have got to keep them in the bag at first. >> they go all over the place. >> seal in the freshness. pour them into the box. when you stand up like this, what's going to happen? >> well, obviously, and so is anybody who has eaten the product. can i just put in a word here for privacy. you ought to be able to eat your m and ms in peace without somebody getting in your face. >> he was at a yankees game or something? basketball. if you are the governor and you go to a knicks game or
it was a knicks game? if did you to a knicks game. there is going to be cameras there. think, i don't know, there has got to be some private sphere left. you are in a basketball game snacking. you know what i am? give -- you know what i mean support by donald trump? it got vicious in the campaign all of all people trump? and here was his response. >> always in a good mood. i saw you behind trump on super tuesday. standing behind trump and you looked like you were having a blast. lock how much trump -- having such a good time. were you being held hostage at this time? >> do you know, this is what you would look like if you were standing by jay leno when he was doing his monologue. >> just saying. just®et to have -- >> i'm telling you. i like that. i like that. >> you don't find that
distracting? >> you don't find that distracting? >> he looks serious. >> why did you support trump over kasich and ted cruz? >> because i think is he better than them. it's not really hard. that's why you do it. it wasn't like i drew it out of a hat or something. it was my judgment that i thought he was better than the other two. >> if trump is the nominee, would you consider vice president? >> i have a hard time believing that anyone would ask me to be vice president. >> really? you really do? >> when you are vice president, that's basically what you do. >> he better at it, when it's over maybe like to play tambourine in the roots. >> it does remind you though this guy is a really, when for whatever is he for. whatever is he selling. why don't the trump people have him out more? i haven't seen in the last week as trump has gone through all these ups and downs, mostly downs, you
haven't seen chris christie out there. why aren't they using him? >> it's a reflects of having a large skaff. people sitting around conference tables and having big discussions about it seems like very few people that actually work on the inner circle. >> like 8 people. >> we interviewed dr. carson a couple times. he has been a great surrogate for him like carly fiorina has been for ted cruz. behind donald trump it was funny. some were comparing it to eli mapg and peyton manning. one of her brides maids all the pictures. always the bridesmaid, never the show. >> can we share those >> might not have those friends anymore. we do need to tell you about friends 36 minutes after the hour did. terrorism get lost in translation? listen to this, the white house is under fire after it left out the word islamist in a french-to-english
translation of the french president's speech on terror. listen as the audio drops. >> >> the roots of terrorism. [speaking french] >> well, did you hear it? what the french president actually said!!4c was islamic terrorism, but the translator stopped translating as soon as he said that picking back up again a few seconds later. and pot protesters planning tobz erect a giant inflatable joint. anybody passing by 1600 pennsylvania invited to light up. carrying small amounts in legal but smoking in public is not. upset president obama hasn't done more to advance marijuana reform. needless to say d.c. police are expect to do make arrests today. and he may be the king of the world. but he is not the king of the jungle.
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>> okay, paul. where is paul? >> in greenville at home. >> i hope is he watching the fox news channel. >> he is recording it, i'm guessing. >> very nice. >> thank you for coming out today. you have eaten at chick-fil-a? >> of course. it's our favorite place. >> oh my gosh. >> it was my first time today. >> don't you love those minis? did you eat those minis? >> i am going back, sister it will be the janice dean chick-fil-a when i'm done with it we do have a little bit of rain activity across the northeast. this is the same system unfortunately that brought the severe weather this past week with at least a dozen tornadoes and we have got flash flooding in effect across portions of the southeast and the mississippi, tennessee river valley. oh my gosh. it's april and would you believe we have snow in the forecast? say it ain't snow. here it comes. we have a couple of clippers arriving on sunday and then early next week, yes, that white on your screen could be some flurry activity. so we are going to watch it actually, more than flurryk( activity. could see easily six inches of snow around the great
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welcome back. some quick headlines for you. the fbi debating whether it will share the method it used to hack into the san bernardino shooter's iphone. it says it has been flooded by requests from local police departments. however, the bureau has already classified the process. laws on the books also make it hard to use hacked evidence in local and state cases. an activist fighting for a $15 an hour minimum wage in california looking to branch out to other states, including illinois, massachusetts, michigan, new jersey, oregon, rhode island and washington. they all have active fight for 15 effort campaign. campaign recently scored big wins in california and new york. tucker and anna? >> why, thank you, clayton.,> well, according to the most recent polls, donald trump looks like he is in trouble in the state of wisconsin.
fox business polling has him 10 points behind senator ted cruz there. >> that's right. and so what's behind the dip for the donald? and what will it take to win over midwesterners here to discuss is political analyst scott rasmussen. he is the answer of stark.com. thanks for being with us. >> thanks for having me here. >> take a look at the numbers. g.o.p. primary. cruz has 42%. trump at 32%. kasich at 19%. what do you make of this? why? >> look, this is the first primary since marco rubio and everybody else dropped out. in arizona they were technically out but there was so much early voting that noncandidates got 18% of the vote. what we are see is donald trump has a solid base of support. but it's not growing. there is a couple of other things neex unique to wisconsin, perhaps, governor scott walker and talk radio host in the state have been very supportive of ted cruz. very opposed to donald trump. so, we have an anti-trump rally. and it's going to really interesting on tuesday. >> trump's in trouble in wisconsin. ask this an anomaly or the
beginning of a trend? >> that's the big question. if it's the beginning of a trend and ted cruz will try and claim there is a lot of momentum behind him. there are delegates being selected this week in north dakota. is he likely to pick up a lot of those before new york votes we have final delegate selection in wyoming and colorado. ted cruz should do well there. if ted cruz can say this is the new normal. then he has a real shot at stopping donald trump and becoming the republican nominee. big questiong though, will other republican leaders do what scott walker has done and be so strongly supportive of ted cruz? >> and how much will it matter? it appears to be really helping him in wisconsin. do you think nikki hagel marco rubio in south carolina how much did that help them? >> in south carolina that was earlier in the process that was a lot more noise. a lot more candidates. remember, wisconsin is a state that's having its election all by itself. nothing else for two weeks ahead of time and only three candidates left. so people have been hearing from the individual candidates more. they have heard from scott
walker more. because there has not been this other noise around the entire process. >> because this process has been so close and so bitterly contested, we are learning a lot about it. is there -- how direct is the link between the number of votes a person gets and the number of delegates he gets? >> how democratic is this process? >> it's a little bit like that line from the pirates of the caribbean. the votes are really not setting rules. they are more guidelines. that's a rough approximation. unfortunately we have a politicalá process that is not designed the way james madison envisioned it to refine and enlarge public opinion. we have a series of rules and gimmicks that can be manipulated by political leaders. right now there is a problem. if trump does not get to 1237, what we're likely to see is another fight at the convention, a different level between ted cruz forces who say hey i'm the outsider who has done best. i have won all these votes and establishment republicans who are saying no.
we need to take back this party. >> quickly, back to tuesday. howf significant is wisconsin for momentum as senator cruz does sweep things up there. >> it's huge. the margin of victory matters in terms of can he win boy double digits or more and the delegate count matters. this is delegates are awarded by congressional district. ted cruz should end up more of the delegates in the state. >> thanks for joining us this morning. that was really interesting. appreciate it. >> well, critics are calling this the worst week of donald trump's campaign. he doesn't agree. listen. >> i don't know if it's been the worst week in my campaign. i have had many bad weeks and many good weeks. i don't see this as the worst week in my campaign. >> case being made it may have been one of his greatest weeks. we will tell you why coming up. >> the dangers of texting and driving playing out in realtime. coming up. we are going to show you just how fast things can turn deadly with the reality ride. it's live on the plaza. clayton and i are going to be taking apart coming up.kcic
welcome back. taking your eyes off the road for just five seconds is like driving the length of a football field blind and juicing cell phone can harm you as much as drunk driving. a lot of people think even more. yesterday marked the beginning of distracted driving awareness month and here to show us how tracy bibb with the ride similarity. anna is inside. >> i'm actually texting you right now because i'm doing what i'm not supposed to be doing, texting while driving. >> during the sellment i will be texting anna from
here while she is driving. tracy, how does this all work and what is this program all about. public awareness behind distracted driving. driving more miles leading to more fatal collisions and possibly higher insurance rates. reality rides is a way for drivers to have a safe environment to see what it's like the dangers of distracted driving. >> teenagers first getting licenses at 16, mom and dad were worried about the radio being distraction and other kids in the car being a distraction. this can be a whole lot worse. >> two biggest ones are cell phone use and texting while driving. granted everything else is a distraction, too. even other people talking in the car can be a distraction. >> explain, tracy, what we are seeing here. the similarity. >> so everything is very real. you have a real steering wheel, gas, brake pedal, you have to use the gas and the brake. you haven't even seen if you had a text. >> i just sent her a text so, what are we seeing with her driving.
already veering in the center of the road. usually when we have people do, this they think they can multitask and drive, text, and all that i understand do of stuff, or mess with the na gation system and really truly what they find out is they can't do as much as they thought they could do while they drive. really if we eliminate distractions while we drive it, will make our roadways so much safer. >> you can tell i'm trying to be safe because i'm notç looking at what i am texting. i was trying to write how is it going? >> little rainy here. and you are not even sending good messages. >> i'm about to rear end somebody not a good idea. oh, man, this definitely shows you what it can really be like, you know what? i think people also believe that when they are driving on a highway, it's okay, it's okay to text and drive, talk on the phone and drive, it's dangerous there, too. >> it's dangerous0c everywhere. it just takes your eyes off the roads for the average of five seconds when you are texting. and that -- driving a 5 miles per hour that's like driving.
>> oh,. >> so 26% of collisions are caused from distracted driving. >> yeah, can you kill yourself or kill somebody else. >> comparing this to like drunk driving statistics what is all state seeing. >> seeing about 3,000 people die annually from distracted driving and 400,000 people are injured. that's a lot of people. truly something we can do something about. >> all right. so coming up?c a little bit later in the show. you will put me to the test. and we don't want to get a good score on. this no. >> going to be texting me or tucker will be behind the wheel. >> i think we need to take the pledge, too. we will do it and all of you at home not to text and dry because it is dangerous. >> get your teenagers on it as well. >> thank you. >> thank you so much, tracy. >> thanks. >> coming up here on the show all eyes on wisconsin as ted cruz leads the way and donald trump does damage control. what would it mean for ted cruz. and what will had mean for the rest of the race. cops able to catch a bull
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try it, love it or get double your money back. always discreet. hello, my friends. nice to see you on this saturday morning. it's the 2nd of april, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. all eyes on wisconsin where it is up to be a crucial test for candidates on both sides of the aisle. the mainstream media already predicting donald trump is doomed. haven't we gone through this before though? >> and pardon his french. the french president francois hollande gives a speech at the white house on islamic terror and makes the mistakes of using the phrase islamic terror. the white house edited it out. we will have the latest. >> one bull would not go down easily how this guy escaped the slaughter house. he followed a friend who did it a few months ago. followed the plan college campus run amuck by a bull. jon stewart though came to the rescue. this story getting even more
bizarre. we will explain it to you "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ noluz. >> good morning, everybody. have a belly full of chick-fil-a and blends. we are happy, happy. >> come right around the corner over here chick-fil-a just opened and janice dean has left the weather center and she has been moved the weather center to chick-fil-a. >> it might be confusing if you live in america like the actual center of the country where normal people live. why would we be so excited about a chick-fil-a you have a million of them by your house. in midtown manhattan this is a massive improvement. >> the race for wisconsin is potentially a pregnanty big impact on the white house. >> both parties now setting their sites on the badger state voters. garrett tenney live from washington, d.c. with the very latest. good morning. >> good morning, y'all. both parties have a lot at stake in wisconsin. for republicans, it's all about the convention. and whether or not donald trump can amass enough
delegates to win the nomination outright. right now though, the latest polls have ted cruz beating donald trump by 10 points in the badger state. if cruz sweeps all of wisconsin's 42 delegates, trump's path to the securing the nomination outright will become much more difficult. trump took a break from the campaign trail yesterday. but he was plenty active on twitter. attacking ted cruz, megyn kelly and also making this campaign pitch to wisconsin voters saying, i will be in wisconsin until the election. jobs, trade, and immigration will be big factors. i will bring jobs back home. make great deals. and last night on the o'reilly factor, ted cruz said donald trump cannot handle losing. >> it just shows that donald is desperate and he is scared. that's the pattern donald follows over and over again. that when he is in trouble, he starts yelling. he starts screaming. he starts insulting. he starts cursing. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders is nothb
letting hillary clinton completely move on to the general election. has beaten her in five of the last six democratic contests. and he is currently beating her by 5 points in wisconsin, according to the latest fox business network poll. sanders says the race is now moving into his territory. >> a lot of the early states that were contested were in the deep south. and that is, as you know, the most conservative part of america. we did not do well. we are now moving elsewhere. we are moving to the west. we are moving to new york. we think we have a real shot to win. >> all of the candidates are back out on the campaign trail today2y making sne last push before tuesday's primary. anna, clayton, tucker. >> greater tiny live in -- garrett tenney, live in washington. if you look at the bottom 30 of your tv screens in mainstream media this is the worst week ever and donald trump doomed. haven't we heard this before? donald trump is enduring one of the worst weeks of his campaign, "the washington post," donald trump picked a terrible time to have his
worst week in the presidential race. >> i kind of agree with that strictly speaking. it was a terrible week for trump. let's not pretend it was bad and mostly his fault. react to this is so nauseating to me. it's a glee. they take in reporting this. and the hatred they don't even bother to hide. for trump. i mean, they really have decided that he is like a fascist. that he is immoral. and they have no obligation themselves to cover this fairly and none of them are. >> they have been waiting for this moment. >> it's true. >> like sharks circling. they have been waiting for these moments. and we have seen these moments before from donald trump where the mainstream media was writing them off. this is going to end your campaign. newt gingrich on "the o'reilly factor" last night summed it up nicely. watch. >> none of us have gotten him right all year. i mean, the number of times people, including me have said boy, that was really -- now, that one is going to stop him, and he just rolled right on. so i want to start and suggest to you, the only time that cruz can get enough momentum in wisconsin is if he sweeps it all trump
has to do because of his genius getting earned media, he should do two or three big speeches. much like his speech, using a teleprompter, serious, thoughtful, substantive. him momentum again. and two or three speeches over that two week period, if they are done right, he will enter the new york primary back with momentum. >> tucker, i heard one pundit saying this is not so much about the week he has had but what's coming up. if he loses wisconsin which ted cruz is looking quite good there that slows down his momentum and he is not going to be holding up polls say look how great i'm doing and, look, i just had this -- giving victory speeches and all that it slows him down and continues cruz with the wind at his back. do you think that this is different than the past? or not? >> i think it may be different for other reasons and long term they may be right. short-term in the rest of this month, april, he has got six primaries that he is favored in after wisconsin. so you have got new york, of course, then you have got
the five mid-atlantic states and all those could be potentially pro-trump. i just think he needs -- if he is going to win reassert control over the story line here. and the story line is that he is being asked questions on topics he doesn't understand and hasn't thought about it and he is filibustering the answers and that's basically true. he needs> he is not surrounding himself with the right people and they are not steepg him. >> is he not surrounding himself with anybody. there is nobody working there basically. the campaign is tiny. there are just a few people working for trump. he spent very little money and that's been great up until this point. at some point you have got like to run a real presidential campaign. they are probably figuring that out. >> among his supporters they are unwavering. they don't really care what he says or goes out and does these interviews because they think t@o media gotcha questions. that unwavering support among his supporters, i don't know that they would be swayed by big speeches or not. i don't think they go one way or the other. >> even with the abortion comments with chris matthews when he was asking about, you know, politician who has been around the block a few
times, probably would have answered a hypothetical question or would have had this robotic planned answer that was canned but it would have been a good answer. i think people also like trump supporters anyway likes that he just shoots from the hip. >> his answer was not robotic or canned. that's for sure. >> and had to backtrack on it? >> foreign policy. so the president has made a really clear case, unembarrassed case that terrorism is overblown as a concern. you are terrified about terrorism. more people die in the bathtub than die from terror attacks. lighten up, america. john kerry made this point a couple weeks ago. we are winning because they are blowing up our airports. watch this. >> as the dragnet begins to close in and various places around the world, unfortunately, we may see some lone wolf attacks. but, as a whole, dash is being disseminated, their leadership is being elim÷épáed from battlefield.
>> so, president obama, this week, now doubles down -- >> -- i think that was like the craziest thing i have ever heard in my life. >> yeah. and don't we care a lot more if it's happening to the west than if it happens in iraq and syria? yes, we care about that. i mean, they arelessing ground on the battlefield and that's why they are attacking us in brussels and san bernardino. >> the whole point of the exercise, the whole reason we are spending trillions of dollars to fight them is so they don't blow up airport. when they do blow up airports it's not a sign we are succeeding. >> that's how you measure things by the amount of airports that are blown up. here is president obama reiterating secretary kerry's statements. >> in syria and iraq, isil continues to lose ground. that's the god news. our coalition continues to take out its leaders, including those plans external terrorist attacks. as isil is squeezed injo syria and iraq, we can anticipate it lashing out elsewhere as we have seen most recently and tragically in countries from turkey to brussels.
>> the president doesn't seem too worried the i will tell you what he is worried about because he said it outloud. he is worried that the reaction against these terror attacks will be more dangerous than the attacks themselves. all those bigots who live in the middle of the country he is so worried about will become slam mow phobic that's why he explained the reason they don't use the term islamot>%b÷ -- islamic terrorism. >> when the president comes to the united states andy talks about islamic terror. this is what unfolded during a live translation during the french president's speech on terrorism. watch, and see if you notice a word is missing from the u.s., the english translation that unfolded on the white house's watch. watch. >> the administration persists in living in an alice in wonderland fantasy. >> the root of terrorism -- [speaking french]
translator: we note that dash is losing ground thanks to this strike we have been able to launch with the coalition. >> so what's missing there? we happen to know, it's not in the official white house transcript. it's not in the youtube video the white house uploaded. people who speak french know that president hollande to france described, quote, islamic terrorism and the white house found this so unacceptable that they censored him. they eliminated thecó words. >> they uploaded it to youtube and took it out. >> they took it out. >> you hear this mysterious pause. >> what's more scary than terror attacks, people using the word islam to describe the motive. >> what's bizarre is it shows up on website. on the actual printed website that word is there. >> you are watching reality denial. pretending something is happening and everyone knows is happening. why is donald trump popular?
it's not too hard to figure out. >> let us know your thoughts. go to our facebook page this morning. weigh in and see if you can find the missing word. >> other stories we are following, this is making headlines. start with extreme weather now 18 tornadoes and severe rain storms tearing through southern parts of the united a 22 car train derailing in alabama after floodwaters washed away part of a bridge. in georgia, crews were force to do flip a truck after winds blew it over. a tornado leaving behind a path of destruction in at this point can a know county. bad weather set to push east this weekend. planned a somali hotel attack that killed three americans. now a senior terror leader is, quote, most likely ted following u.s.a. air strike on thursday. senior officials from the defense department say al shabaab leader hasan azur and two other terrorists were in a car in somalia when they were hit. if the deaths were confirmed it, would be a significant blow to the al qaeda linked
group. and caught on camera, a bull rodeo style. and famous comedian comes to the rest cow. >> oh, oh. oh.x oh. >> the bull escaped a truck that was heading to a slaughter house. andk imli instead tore up taken to animal hospital. jon stewart and his wife tracy stepped in to save the animal by driving it to sanctuary in upstate, new york. the animal is now safe. they have named him frankly after the prisoner who famously escaped alcatraz. >> does jon stewart happen to have a truck that will hold a bull? >> got a lot of money that can pay for a truck. >> he has free time right now. >> i was sim pa they stick to the bull. snapped you got free:
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you said at a march press conference in 2015, quote: i did not email any classified material to anyone on my email. there is no classified material. so, can wek- say definitively that that statement is not accurate? >> no. you can't. i will reiterate because it's a fact nothing i sent on received was marked classified. >> was marked cleveland is different than being classified. that's hillary clinton denying any wrongdoing in her email scandal again and again. but what about the fbi as the bureau enters final stages of investigation. how concerned should the hillary clinton be and how does this compare to other presidential scandals in past political contests. center for politics university of virginia in charlotte vilt larry sabato. good to see you this morning >> good morning, tucker.
>> let's say this gets to the fbi recommending charges and director comey resigns on principle. that's the biggmqt story to break in the middle of a presidential race that i can remember. what happens then? politically? >> that's a nightmare scenario for the clinton campaign. and one would assume they are worried about it at least the campaign manager. the campaign manager's job is to worry. that would be very unhappy for their situation right now even though they are headed towards the number of delegates needed to be nominated it's obvious bernie sanders has momentum and winning primaries and caucuses that must be disturbing to the hillary clinton campaign. >> if you talk to the clinton people and i know you do, we all do, they have this affect of no concern at all. ha care in this is a speed bump. no problem. do you think they feel that way.
>> i doubt it bernie sanders famously said i'm tired of hearing about your damn emails. somehow i think if there is an indictment or even a critical report, he will suddenly be interested in hearing about her damn emails. >> i think that's probably right. you are historian. take a look at couple scandals rocked presidential campaigns. jimmy carter gave interview to playboy magazine and said this i'm quoting i have looked on at love women with lust. i have committed adultery in my heart many times wow, that was a big story 40 years ago. how did he overcome that to win. >> that was when we read bay ploy for the articles. very different time. but ita@ was a major event in the campaign, partly because carter was so unknown, and people were worried about somebody who wasn't -- hadn't been vetted, hadn't had senior positions other
than a one term governorship in georgia. so it really caused people to question who carter was. because it was such a strange thing to say. look, tucker, here's the rule. the closer an event is to the actual election day, the more impact it's likely to have. that was october of -- and so it was close to the election. it helped to make that election a lot closer turned out to be a squeaker. >> the bush dui story coming in the final hours of that campaign did move votes, did it not? >> listen, it probably cost bush the popular vote. that certainly what karl rove thinks and evenévqijjáiuu!o that race think that it could have cost bush the popular vote. >> so timing is everything for this fbi scandal. larry sabato thanks for joining us for perspective. we appreciate it? >> thank you, tucker.
>> coming up, one of the more memorable moments of 2012 campaign. >> everybody in cleveland know got obama phone. he obama president. he gave us a phone. >> he gave you a phone. >> new federal program is going to have obama internet service. wow, our political panel breaks it down in just a minute. up to 38% more than cold medicine alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers. breathe right gegiving up all the thingsan she loves to do. it should just mean, well, finding new ways to do them.
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president obama looking the other way drug overdose deaths under a record high under the obamam+ ha administration as federal drug trafficking prosecutions are down 21%. republicans are worried it will result in the early release of thousands of drug convicts anna. >> thank you so much. southern california to become the highest minimum wage state in the nation after jerry brown agree to do raise the lowest amount a worker can be paid to a shattering $15 an hour. the plan raise 10 bucks to 10.50 in 2017 and raise it $11 in 2018 and raise it 15 until 2022 joining me now is camille foster with free
think media.com and hollywood life reporter cory. nice to always you have here in the studio. >> thank you. >> lowe, what do you think you said you started as a coat check and had you a hard time making ends meet. >> i came to new york city. i was being a coat checker and i was making next to nothing. i could barely survive in the city. mean while, i'm out there trying to find a career and full-time job somewhere else. i'm having to work part time jobs forid minimum wage and i couldn't live. of course, i truly believed that raising the minute mudge wage, it's 2016. we need to do. this people can't survive on this and i think across the boards states need to act on this and it's really important. >> camille, she is sort of making your argument for you, you have the opposing view, obviously. you said you were encouraged to go on and find something that would pay your bills. >> most restaurants don't need a coat check person. the truth is if it becomes too expensive to employ people in certain jobs or
have too many people making $15 to ho wash your dishes you may actually have less of them. the real question here is if we are concerned aboutzíqujuuv t are we going to created less of those jobs by increasing the wage rate. >> think about mom and pop businesses for example who are having a hard -- their margins are small on food. fast food. mom and pop place and they can't afford it. >> i get that but here's my thing. what if you don't have a high school diploma or don't is a college degree or immigrant coming here from another country trying to have a better live for your family, i have to say i saw a shocking statistic this morning that said 1/3 of the 22 million people who are on minimum wage in california making that have children how do you expect them i have a college degree i could go out there and become a journalist and have a job like i do today. not everybody has that. >> is it insensitive if you are not for raising the minimum wage? is it heartless? >> i don't think so.
no, not at all there are patrol car continuing call reasons not to be -- practical reasons for not mandating a wage amount. i'm concerned about that mom making very little who might actually loseg her job because of the increase in the minimum wage. >> you remember the obama phone. obama is going to.l give me a phone and is he going to give me more. it looks like the sec is expanding obama internet as well. is this a right to have a communication through the internet. >> i work for an internet company. can i tell that you our numbers have increased especially other the past five years of people who are using the internet not just to get their news but to also find jobs. >> isn't there free internet at the library? >> there is a lot of places you can grab free internet. more importantly almost no one who is not actually online somewhere around 15% according to recent pew poll. most of those people, 60 odd percent of them either say they either don't want to use the internet or they are afraid to use the internet. lots of them are older.
>> do we need to be looking down the line. >> 60% of americans don't have passports. if you drop passports in their lap they're not going to take spectacular vacations tomorrow. i'm not sure that's a good policy. >> should the government actually make it a right to have access to the internet. >> absolutely. it is the way of the future that's how everybody is staying connected. it's how the world will be a better place being connected. not having things like the internet as a given right is only going to hurt us from moving forward as a great country as we are. >> no such thing as a free lunch though. somebody is going to have to pay for it you have to find that balance there camille and chloe thank you so much. >> thank you. >> great stuff today. 29 minutes after the hour. here is what is coming up on the program. just when you thought the v.a. scandal could get any worse. training them to lie to our!q vets? got to see this to believe it hey, kids, ever wish you could control things with your mind? now you can.
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paragraph ♪ come together right now ♪ >> it's your shot of the morning, president obama pulling out the peace sign, clayton. >> he made the gesture during a group picture with world leaders after a nuclear security summit in d.c. and many world leaders there were not amused with the president's pose. >> that might include the italian prime minister and british prime minister david cameron. they didn't look too
impressed. maybe it's just because the president just slammed cammeron for not taking the crisis in libya seriously enough. the crisis that he by the way caused. the peace or victory sign can mean something more crude in other countries. i don't care what it means it looks dopey. that's the truth. it doesn't look impressive. >> people especially recently when he was in cuba and which was a controversial trip and then the brussels attacks happened and he doesn't come home and then he goes to a baseball became wearing sunglasses, doing the wave. >> he said basically points like i don't care about -- i'm just not interested. i care about asia, were africa. >> weo÷ are internationally reveered it? >> didn't happen. >> other stories making headlines on saturday morning now. a terror passport trying to figure out what drove a heavily armed gunman to shoot and kill chad durmyer
at a greyhound bus station in richmond. trooper told to question anyone -- anyone who was acting in a suspicious fashion. it was part of a training exercise only. well, he went up to 34-year-old alleged gunman james brown. that's when brown allegedly opened fire. ex-con has extensive wrap sheet including murder charges. he was carrying 31 rounds of ammunition at the time of the shooting. his aunt says he was angry with the police and always vow to do fight them until the end. and a disturbing trend unraveling at the v.a.< a new report claims the v.a. in san diego and los angeles told employees to lie to an inspection team in order to cover up long wait times. well, now a whistle blower is coming clean, saying employees zeroed out veterans appointments and then changed desired appointment time to those that were actually available that unját it seemed like veterans never had to wait and always got their first
choice: o.j. off the hook again. los angeles police say the rusted knife found on simpson's former property is not connected to the 1994 killing of nicole brown simpson and ron goldman. investigators say the blade does not match the wounds and no d.n.a. evidence on the knife links it to the crime. the knife was privately kept for more than a decade, if you will remember, following the trial and recently turned in to investigators. simpson was acquitted by a jury and the murder weapon has never been found. >> it's happened again. this time at the university of well, students are outraged over the trump 2016 sidewalk chalk drawings like the ones that sent students into a fury at emery university. some comparing the writing to having a confederate flag on campus. now they are demanding the university to do something twitter saying people were quick to diswrowmp conclusions and someone outside of campus may have easily done it themselves. the university did wash it off because policy requires
to get permission before drawing on the sidewalks. those are your headlines. >> need permission before drawing on the sidewalks. >> a 3-year-old little girl. >> sidewalk regulators need to sign off on that. >> janice dean is back in the study joe after spending the day at chick-fil-a. >> let's take a look at the forecast. we will look at fancy virtual poise. but first we are inside because it is raining outside. we have a cold front that's sweeping across the east coast it should be cleared by this afternoon. we are still going to see the potential for some thunderstorms over central florida. that's where we have our severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 1:00 p.m. local time where we can see some hail, damaging winds, maybe isolated tornadoes. then, watching the east coast, we have rain right now. but we have got a couple of systems that are going to move in and bring unbelievably, some snow for april. so we are going to be watching. >> what? >> a little bit of snow. it's not unheard of but it can happen. that's why we should be inside playing with toys. >> i remember a blizzard in 1984 in april. >> well, thank youhfor
telling me that. a lot of people are mad this morning. >> all right. janice. well, if have you ever dreamed of havingç! super powers, we're go to make your dreams come true. a new arm band lets you control toys and drones with just a wave of your arm. here to show us how it works is ceo and co-founder of -- labs. >> they are from toronto. >> i have been so excited about this segment all morning. tell us, first of all, are we really in the future? is it possible that we can control gadgets with our brains? >> i think this is a little glimpse of the future. so this is an arm band that is literally shortcutting, pressing a button on keyboard or mouse it picks up your brain signals right there. >> that's amazing. look at that thing. >> just like that. >> that's coming from our brain. >> that's coming from your arm band right there. >> you flex your muscle and you move the spero around the studio. >> is that me doing it. >> that's you right there. can i turn that on and here we gokx right now. can you see how i waive my
arm forward and back and drive this thing right around. >> are we going to race these things? >> qui try. >> will it do my laundry. >> little practice here. i'm a skilled expert in driving these things. a bit of experience. >> do we need a license? >> you might need a license. exams not too hard uñ pass. >> called the myoarm band. >>' we are obviously having fun here with balls in the studio. human beings, practical use of this technology. >> that's right. the reason we actually first created this is thinking about in the future we have new types of computers, things like virtual reality head sets. what is the keyboard of the future. how do we react with all these new devices around us. we have people using it in the board room, giving a power point presentation waiving your hand to advance the slides. pointing, some wering in to the figure. >> i could do this with my weather maps. >> and there are tv stations that are using like that. >> show us exactly how this works. zoom in on you doing it. >> perfect. >> give us an example. which one are we look ating
at? >> waive my arm, turned it on with that gesture back and forth and can i drive it around and hopefully not crash here. and it's using so both those muscle movements picking upfñ tiny signals from the muscles of my arms and gestures as well as the motions as well. turns your arm right into a controller that controls the devices around. >> you talking about drones, also. >> yes. that's another example. so you have got drones. you have got this device here. this is a little drone here but outdoors you have people flying those huge -- the 3 by 3-foot drones. flying them by pointing with their arm and little gesture to have it takeoff. go higher and lower. >> i love the drones can take pictures, too. that's helping me with my forecast to have drones over areas that have been touched by storms. >> right. >> so am i even turned on here? can we have a little race? my already turned off because i wasn't flexing. >> they are very attractive too. they look good. >> comes in white and black. now we have got -- made so -- any feature is one size fits all.
of course my forearm size to someone else is going to be muscular. this flexes and expands, for me with my large biceps do you know one that would fit you. >> we should be able to handle it with no problem. >> we appreciate it where can people learn more about myo. website. myo.com. >> thank you for having us. >> coming up here on the show. president obama scolding reporters for going easy on donald trump. has he forgotten the good old days of 2008? >> you have thought of using on the campaign trail and in your speaking engagements more exclamation points. >> blends or tea. >> tea. >> beatles or rolling stones. >> rolling stones. >> can he really complain about the media not doing its job? we report. you decide. and reading, writing and wine? the unbelievable new subject being taught in kindergarten.g ♪ red, red wine ♪ it's up to you
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of wine and how to drink responsibly. they hope to add vino to the curriculum by the fall. tucker? >> why, thank you, clayton. president obama is now a media critic and he says the press has to do a much better job challenging donald trg9ñ >> in 2008, during the campaign, people asked me really tough questions. >> really tough ones like this. >> one of the perks, senator, of being president of the united states is that you have your own bolling bowling alley. are you ready to bowl from day one? >> oh, mr. tingling legs himself. has the president foregot about the softballs he was thrown. here to react now talk show host michael graham. >> listening to barack obama complain about softball media coverage is like having bernie madoff go someone needs to clean up this fec thing. is somebody committing fraud around here? are you kidding me? >> i just can't resist.
we have got a montage here that will bring you all the way back to 2008. it will turn your stomach once more. here it is. >> have you thought of using on the campaign trail and in your speaking engagements more exclamation points. >> blends or tea. >> tea. >> beatles or rolling stones. >> rolling stones. >> people in the mainstream media have been accused of being afraid to speak truth to power. i have got some truth to power for you right now. >> go ahead. >> i have been observing. your dog looks like is he out of control. [ laughter ] >> oh, that obama, is he so charming. ha. has he forgotten that? >> i like the montages and some folks of reporters admitting during 2008 that they had a tough time covering him objectively. do you remember the san francisco writer who called barack obama a light bringer. he talk to do his friends who are spiritually intune he vibrated with -- i'm not making this up. he2ç had a loom no, lumonicity.
that guy is complaining. it's ridiculous. here is my question for everybody who thinks michael you are just being biased. where was president obama when the news about benghazi broke? who gave it to him, and what were his orders? the fact that we still don't know the answer to that basic question four years later shows the media have never been serious about covering barack obama the way they would any other president. >> by the way, they hate donald trump more than i have ever seen anybody hate anybody. i wonder if the president is saying this because on some level he is not stupid. he knows that this chaotic election season is largely a reaction to the state of the country he has governed for eight years so poorly. this is because of him that we are here where we are now. do you think he knows that? >> a lot of people are trashing president obama's economy and trashing race relations under obama. their names are hillary clinton and bernie sanders. and when they talk about how we have got to turn things around, i9p keep thinking is president obama watching cable?
now i know maybe that's why he plays golf all the time is he doesn't want to see how the khaalidahing democrats for president are trashing the current state of america objectively. tucker, you and inñ are more geeks about this. you and i know, for example, obamacare right now is collapsing. the numbers -- they are missing their targets by 4 and 5 million people. people are sicker than they were supposed tobe. it's costing far more. right now, how many americans know that? the same media that he's complaining about isn't telling the story of the fundamental achievement of his economy. >> you're totally right. bernie sanders, such a good point, thanks for reminding us. michael graham, good to see you. >> happy to be here. >> thanks. coming up, gitmo detainees will soon head to africa. jillian turner national security council under president bush and president obama says that's taeshl idea and she'll -- terrible idea, and she'll explain why. lifeguard hailed a z as
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hi, good morning. galveston lifeguard is being hailed a hero this morning. after rescuing five swimmers who found themselves in a life or death situation when they ventured out way too far in the water. mary stewart is an 11-year veteran with galveston's island beach patrol and in an emotional facebook post said this, yesterday, someone's life was slipping out of the palm of my hand, in an instant, your whole
life flashes before your eyes. god refused, he gave me the perseverance not to let go. mary joins us now to share her experience. mary, we appreciate your time on "fox & friends" and for what you do did for those five people. >> thank you very much. >> well, tell me what happened, they're swimming 75 yards out, that's far. >> yes,s i was with my partner, and we happened to be at the right place at the right time. it started off like any other rescue, and just within seconds, it turned into a life threatening situation. and it couldn't have been accomplished or it couldn't have been a success without my team there and all of us working and giving it our all. and believing in ourselves. >> and i understand, you could have really been in some trouble yourself because they were sort of in a panic and almost taking you down too inadvertently, is that right? >> yes, they were. and it was undescribable the feeling of having a life in your
hands as well as trying -- holding oen to yours. it puts a lot into perspective on how what life is all about and what another life is all about. >> and quickly, you're training absolutely kicked in. you're trained for those type of situations as a lifeguard too, are you not? >> yes, ma'am. we're all trained. we continue our education every day. learning more. working as a team. all of our guards are always working out, striving to be better. so that in situations like this, they're able to perform at their best. >> mary, we are so proud of what you did and you know, makes us realized next time we're at the beach, we need to thank our life guards and listen to them as well. mary stewart, thank you for your time and for what you did. appreciate it. >> thank you so much. >> yes. coming up on "fox & friends," all eyes on wisconsin as senator ted cruz leads just three days from the primary. what would a win by cruz mean
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he's coming clean. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. ♪ sweet southern goodness of chick-fil-a is now in new york city. and it's right across the street. we are so excited. jana is trying her very first chick-fil-a chicken sandwich. >> in new york city, there's like one other chick-fil-a, when a new one opens directly across the street from "fox & friends," this is a huge thing. >> oh yeah. we may be there. we sent janice this morning. >> how is it? how's your first chicken sandwich? >> oh my gosh, anna, i have to tell you, this is the chicken sandwich, the discut. it's the biscuit. and the chicken, like you said, is incredible. and i'm not just saying this.
this is from somebody who's never tried the chick-fil-a before. i am a big fan now. >> the chick-fil-a. >> yes. >> my gosh. >> try the origin that will chicken sandwich too, get a side of waffle fries. peach milk shake. >> the most american fast food by the way. it's not filat. >> i maintained my boyish figure on college, there was a chick-fil-a in the cathedral for learning. i ate it every day. >> i lost a few pounds. >> weather wall here so i can do my weather here from the chick-fil-a. >> thank you for bringing home snacks. >> heaven on a bun. >> i'll be here all morning. >> imagine nick your mouth. everybody, get your orders ready. get your orders ready. >> magic in your mouth. the race for wisconsin shaping up to have a huge impact and race for the white house. >> both parties now setting
their sights on badgers state voters. garrett henne live in washington with the latest on washington, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, y'all, i want to point out that wisconsin actually has have five chick-fil-a locations, that's compared to the three in the entire state of new york. so i'm sure that does play a small part in the campaign's spending so much time there the past few weeks. >> huge part. >> who wouldn't? >> this primary on tuesday, it's all about the race for delegates. it's on the gop side a win for donald trump would go a long way in hoping to get enough delegates to secure the no, ma'am nation outright. however, if ted cruz wins all of wisconsin's 42 delegates, trump's goal becomes much more difficult. he would then need to win more than half of the all the remaping delegates to reach the 1237 he needs to avoid a contested convention. and right now, ted cruz is doing very well in wisconsin. the latest poll having beating trump by ten points. yesterday the donald took a
break from the campaign trail, but thanks to twitter, he was still very active. attacking ted cruz and making his pitch to voters. tweeting, quote, i will be in wisconsin until this election. jobs, trade, and immigration will be big factors. i will bring jobs back home, make great deals. last night in milwaukee, ted cruz told the crowd that trump would be a train wreck for america. then joked that that wasn't fair to train wrecks. then on the o'reilly fact, why he thinks the donald has been attacking him so much recently. >> it just shows that donald is desperate here. that's the pattern donald goes over and over again. when he's in trouble, he starts yelling, he starts scream, he starts insulting, cursing. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton has been wanting to get the primary race over with for months now, by bernie sanders says he's not going anywhere. he's beating her in five of the last six democratic contests,
and currently beating her by five points in wisconsin according to to the poll. if he wins in wisconsin, it'll be his sixth, i in the last seven democratic contests. all eyes on wisconsin, three days away. >> thanks garrett. >> you know, i think we've underplayed that, if bernie sanders wins wisconsin. >> huge. >> it is a huge problem for hillary clinton. wisconsin's not a minor state. especially on the democratic side. it's a key swing state. she needs to win that. why can't she put this guy away? >> it's showing she's a flawed candidate. you know, how's going to react to these likability and trust worthy and honesty ratings that are so low in the general election. >> getting in the way of her coronation. >> and i spent a week with the family and got off an airplane and disconnected from a little bit of politics for a day or two, and cnn in the airport. worst week ever for donald trump. could this be the end a much his
candidate sid? front page of newspapers, daily news, all over the place. >> one of the worst weeks of his campaign, washington post, donald trump takes a terrible time to have his workweek with the presidential race. donald trump's bad -- >> it's over for him, right? >> haven't we seen this before? >> he's done, he's finished. oh, the hysteria. >> is it different this time. >> newt gingrich says look, not so fast. >> none of us have gotten him right all year. i mean, the number of times people, including me have said boy that one's going to stop him, and he just rolled right on. i'm going to start and suggest to you, the only time that cruz can get enough momentum in wisconsin is if he sweeps it. all trump has to do because of his genius at getting on the media, he should do two or three big speeches. much like his apec speech, that will automatically give him momentum again. and, two or three speeches over
that two-week period. if they're done right, he'll enter the new york primary back with momentum. >> actually this last week has been a problem for the trump campaign. hit did a couple of interviews on abortion where he did not perform well. he gave the impression he didn't know what he was talking about and hadn't thought about it. the outrage is so telling, especially from republicans in washington. they're acting like he's a threat to america's women. they don't think that. that's what this is about. trump is a threat to them. i'm not even taking sides, but the falseness of the hysteria around this is hard to take. >> well, many weighed in on the other story which has gone viral with and that is the white house over the past few years osks has removed any mention of the world islamic. don't want to bring it up. describe through terrorism, but when the french president in washington subpoena giving a speech on terrorism and uses the word islamic, the english
translation, they managed to remove it from the presentation. watch this. see if you hear a pause in the audio translation during this exchange and see if you find something that's missing. listen for it, watch. >> translator: the root of terrorism we note that daesh is losing ground, thanks to this -- we've been able to launch with the coalition. >> did you hear that? >>s it was an accident? >> was it an accident, no? they removed it. they removed it from the youtube version that they uploaded to the internet. this is censorship which is up there with terrorism, something that we should be really afraid of. when the government says that certain words or ideas should not be broadcast and prevent them from being broadcast, we should be worried about this. where are all the free speech
advocates. >> the word islamic removed, and you can go to the white house website to get the official speech. >> why? >> is this more of the same? don't we need to name our enemies? how many times have we had people come on and say that very thing. let's take this seriously. hollande just had the paris attacks happen to him. look what happened in san bernardino too. that was workplace violence? no, it was the same thing, it was radical islamic extremetism. >> why aren't they name it? too dumb? no, they know what it is. why? the president's admitted why. because they believe that americans are so bigoted and volatile that if they use the word islamic, people will somehow become islam phobic and see attacks against muslims in american. >> let's give americans some credit, right? >> exactly. they see the average person a dangerous, ill literal, mouth-breathe bigot and they're
afraid of what they might do if they learn the truth. scary, man. patronizing. >> we have a thread on our facebook page. weigh in on the story and tell us your thoughts. other stories, we'll start with this one, on to extreme weather. tornados and severe rainstorms are tearing through the southern united states. excuse me, a 22-car train derailing in alabama after flood waters washed away part of a bridge and in georgia. crews were forced to flip a truck right side up after 80 mile an hour wind blew it over. and in indiana, tornado behind a path of destruction. this stretch of bad weather set to push east this weekend. in germany on high alert as isis is urging new attacks. the group released these two pictures following the belgium massacres. reap what your brothers in belgium were able to do, you can do too. another in front of the chancellor's building says germany is a battleground.
this come s as brusz is also reopening its airport tomorrow since the deadly terror attacks that killed 32 people. a new wave revenue subway slashings hitting new york city, two men were attacked at different subway stations. one of them was slashed in the face when he refused to give money to a begging vagrant. the other attacked at penn station for not giving enough change. they are expected to recover the slashings happening just days after the nypd unvald its plans to combat random violent attacks, just like these. elderly woman in connecticut rescued from her sinking car. look at this video, caught on camera. witnesses say the 85-year-old woman tried to parking her car, but somehow ended up smashing through a beach walkway railing and plunged into the cold water. a man tried to help her by using a piece of the broken barrier to break the windshield and pull the car towards the rocks, but it kept filling up with water,
and that's when police stepped in and smashed out her window. the woman is fine. that is so scary. way to go police for helping her out. it's happening again, president obama opening the gates of gitmo once more and setting detainnys free. wait until you hear who will these people are and the threat they may pose to you. jillian turner who worked for presidents bush and obama will share next the details. here she is. a lot of guys dreaming with flirting with scarlett johansson, he's making it happen with a real life size replica. that's not creepy at all. >> like wax museum stuff. ♪ i'd like to make a dep--
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hi everyone, good morning, 16 minutes after the hour. fox news alert, two more guantanamo bay prisoners are being freed this weekend and another ten later this month. this is all part of president obama's long-term plan to close guantanamo bay, despite the fact that the defense department admitted the detainees we've released have gone on to kill, yes kill, americans. >> lives have been lost by those terrorists who went back to their terrorist activity. >> what i can tell you is that unfortunately, there have been americanss that have died because of gitmo detainees -- >> well the pentagon announced that the first two detainees will be shipped off to an undisclosed african nation this weekend. so why africa? and why now? joining me now is jillian turner, she's a former white house security council under president bush and president obama. good morning.
>> thanks. >> first we'll get to where they're going, why is it so bad that they are being transferred in the first place? >> the first place that undercuts our own national security interests here at home to release these people. these are some of literally the most hardened terrorists around today. as proof of that, it's seven years plus into the administration now, the place is still not shut down despite the fact it was one of president obama's campaign promises. >> right. >> no other countries want these people. >> and that's what it comes down to. he's trying to make good on that campaign promise despite the fact that we have john mccain and others coming forward saying the recidivism rate is something like upwards of 30%, do we really want to gamable with national security and is africa the right place to spend them? >> so this is the first time the administration has announced they're going to release a round of folks in advance. and that's great because it gives us more information, but it doesn't help to mitigate the threat here. the problem with the countries that we're releasing these
people to is that a lot of them, ghana, may share sort of common interests with the united states, but they don't have the capacity or the capability to monitor these people, despite their best intentions once they're back in the country. >> which is why guantanamo bay is so great because security is so tight there and it's so remote. give us an idea of what it does look like in these african prisons that they could potentially be in. >> well, from my own experience, living in an african country for two years, i can tell you that it's far from ideal circumstances for these people, and a lot of them by the way are not being released into prisons, a lot are being released into the population at large which is why bolton and others said give them a one way ticket back to raqqah, they're going to go back to syria and try and join the cause. >> what happens if they do join the cause kpfs it's a badge of honor to be in guantanamo bay and out. >> unfortunately. the administration said
guantanamo has to go because it's a rallying cry for terrorists. >> yes. >> and that the logic, the ideas is right, but the logic is flawed. it is a rallying cry for terrorists, but at this point, they're getting a lot of kudos for having to live there in the first place. >> president obama's argument that it is a recruitment tile for terrorists organizationings, you don't think that's wise. >> i don't personally. i think you could try hard to make that argument, there maybe a grain of truth there, that's not a reason to shut it down and jeopardize our own national security interests here in the united states. one american dead, undermines the whole principle of shutting it down in the first place, in my opinion. >> while i've got you here, it seems like the president wants to do it and he's been able to do it so far. there've been some calls to have these transferred to the united states. >> yeah. >> which i actually think if the president's going to live up to the promise one way or another and the facility is going to be shut down, i'd rather have these people in supermax prisons here
in the united states because i'm a lot more confident we'd be able to control recidivism rates, we'd be able to control them, monitor them and make sure they're not going back to the cause. i'm in favor of that. >> thank you so much for being on the program. i think six days straight. thanks for waking up early with us. 20 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up, the california school district could be on the brink of a measles outbreak. called the anti-vaccine craze be to blame? that's next. scandal that rocked this nation, chris christie finally breaks his silence on the box of m & m's. ♪ some say "free the whales." for them, nothing else is acceptable. but nothing could be worse for the whales. most of the orcas at seaworld were born here. sending them into the wild wouldn't be noble.
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headlines for you, supporters of legalized marijuana planning to ejerect a giant inflatable joint outside the white house later today. anyone is invited to light up. carrying up to two ounces of marijuana is legal in d.c., smoking in public is not, tech nickically, but advocates are upset that president obama hasn't done more to advance marijuana. march madness continues with the final four tonight. villanova takes on oklahoma at 6:09 eastern time precisely. then the underdog syracuse play north carolina. winners will play for the ncaa title monday night. well, a northern california community on edge after a student tested positive.
school officials fearing an outbreak. are they really to blame. executive director of the authors and action network and dr. nina radcliffe is here to debate this. you don't think a lack of vaccinations is to blame. >> no, i don't, the way i understand it, the child traveled outside the united states, contracted measles, brought it back to california. this happens all the time. there are very, very many strans of measles in the american vaccine and only protects against a number of them. testimony isn't unusual and the school there has the ability to exclude any kids that have not been vaccinated until the period where they could contract the disease is over. this is standard, public health policy. >> you disagree though. >> i disagree. there's a number of parents who feel that measles no longer protect their children. there are parents who believe that autism is linked to the mmr
vaccine, but science does not back that fact up. >> well, where do you come down on that side? >> it's interesting because there's been a whole controversy about the film at the tribeca film festival that looked at that the issue. and what that discussed is the reflation that came from a scientist with dr. williams thompson who said that he and his kreegs have deliberately altered studies, destroyed data that shows conclusively that the mmr vaccine does indeed cause autism. that the data has been supplied to congress, they've had it for two years, and the motion vax which is the one that was banned goes into that. >> pulled out of the festival. >> does it prove it? no, but it needs to be looked at. >> what i'd like to go back in a little bit of history to where this all started. back in 1998 there was a doctor that published an article that stated mmr is a cause of autism.
since then, this is been discredited. this doctor has in fact lost his medical license because some of the data of fraudulent. still, this exists like an urban legend, that theory continues on. there's also been studies that show that children who have had the vaccine who have not have the vaccine have similar rates of autism. as a parent, if my child does have autism, i'd want to the know what the cause is, but i cannot make up facts and not sit there and say, science is wrong based upon a testimony. >> what about the argument of rolling back the clock? it's happening, we stopped measles and now we're seeing the outbreaks again. >> not that we've stopped measles, again, let's take a look at the outbreak of measles that got so much attention last year in disneyland. just like in nevada county, at disneyland it was a philippine strain of measles, the american vaccine does not protect against
it. we saw that in california because of the 150 cases of people that got measles in california, 50 were fully vaccinated. >> there were close to 180 people, most were unvaccinated or vaccination status was not completely known. and they did find that that particular strain, measles vaccine that we are administrating is effective against it. we cannot make statements that are not founded in truth. >> well, let's sort of correct the record here. basically misstated what andrew wakefield said in his study. in his study that got so much attention, he did not say that autism sl caused by measles, he said it was something that needs to be looked into, and he recommended continuing with measles vaccinations. so i'm sorry, but you're simply wrong about that. >> final word. >> you know, as any parent, or decisions about our children are very important. we should always do our research. if tlrn concerns, speak with
your fashion about if it. we need to look at the very act fa vaccines have dramatically decreased the risk of measles, whooping cough, one in every thousand children who have measles can have brain swelling. we've had 11 deaths in the united states from measles since 2000. that is too many for a vaccine that is 97% effective. we need to make these choices when it comes to our children. >> we appreciate you, thank you so much. >> thank you. coming up, the story is horrifying and disturbing, a stranger walks up to a mother, takes her newborn baby, and then makes a run for it. the whole thing was caught on camera. now she's telling the cops why she did it. and it looks like hillary clinton forgot to pack her patience. >> i am so sick of the sanders campaign lying about me. i'm sick of it. >> she's sick of it. will shh side of hillary hurt her chances at the primary? let's talk about wisconsin next. ♪
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>> no, no, that's not what i was doing. >> unbelievable. >> you open the box and there's a bag of m & m's inside the box of m & m's. it's an empty box. then off big choice to make. eat them out of the bag or pour them into the box. the bag -- >> of m & m's. >> the game. >> i'm going to get up, i'm going to cheer. you've got the bag -- you've got the box. and you don't lose it. >> i don't want to the lose an m & m. >> you don't to want lose one, they're precious. >> scandal over. >> you can be an enthusiastic fan of m & m's and the game. >> have them in a box and then when you, so someone knocks you in the arm, you're not losing. >> melt in your mouth, not your hand. you want to keep them in the box. right? >> i'm glad we got to the bottom of that. >> you ought to eat candy
without getting doing that. >> shaming going on there. 34 minutes after the hour. we'll start this with headline. woman caught on video allegedly kip napping a seven week old baby is explaining her actions. she gave birth weeks before, but her baby died. she says she didn't plan to kidnap the boy, but holding him felt like holding her own son again, so she took off. police found both her and the baby say five hours later. she's facing a handful of charges and is being held on a $500,000 bond. former bee caused chaos in phoenix. more than 15 people were stung and they were all standing outside of a mosque. fire crews were forced to spray the building with foam to get the bees under control. one person was stung so bad he had to go to the hospital. not clear what caused those bees to go after everybody. an unbelievable rescue,
texas lifeguard is being hailed a hero after single handedly saving five people from dangerous waters. . mary stewart took to facebook after the amazing rescue writing in part that god gave her the strength, courage, and perseverance not to let go. she joined us on "fox & friends" earlier to >> it was aun describable. the feeling of having a life in your hands as well as trying, holding on to yours. it puts a lot into perspective on what life is all about. and what another life is all about. >> they were panicking and she was starting to go under too. stewart has been a lifeguard with the galveston island beach patrol for 11 years now and training to be a nurse. and this robot was the man's childhood dream, but it may be the stuff of nightmares for others. look at this, gosh, they look a lot alike. she's a robot created by ricky mah, he spent more than a year and $51,000 to make his robotic dream come true. that's really weird.
what does that even mean? responds to verbal commands, listen to what happens when she's told she looks cute. >> thank you. >> you are so cute. >> thank you. >> now as mark one looks familiar, don't worry, you're not crazy, she bears more than a resemblance to scarlett joha johanss johansson, she has no comment. those are your headlines. all yays are on wisconsin this morning as new polls reveal that donald trump could be in trouble there. he's trailing, whatever, he's behind ted cruz by ten points. the media says this is his worst week ever, does he still have a chance? joining us again our political
panel. former deputy campaign manager and former obama staffer. do to you first, donald trump is the worst week ever, melting down, is it premature to make those predictions? >> i think so. i i think he's not going anywhere. he's had a horrible week with the tone deafness he's had in wisconsin, what he said about women and continued to alienate women. again, he's had a horrible, horrible week, but he's going to be around, he's going to be fine. after wisconsin, there, you know, about five, six states that he's going to do well in that he's probably going to win. and i think this is just a blip for him. >> some he's obviously a pretty flawed candidate, i would say, john, but what -- >> yeah. >> he's the front runner. and republicans in washington hate him, but i wonder if trump were to collapse, how quickly would d.c. republicans ignore his voters? >> i don't think he's going to collapse, and they would ignore the voters. >> but they hate his voters. >> look at it right now, look at one of the longest seasons of
celebrity apprentice that we've had where he's the only one trained for this reality tv, and you have these episodes where they create crisis. right now he's created a little crisis that he's been off message and what's going to happen as corinne says, he may lose wisconsin, but then he comes back to new york where he's way ahead and ted cruz, his main challenger attacked new york for new york values. so he's attacked the state. he's running third right now in new york behind kasich. and so you have northeast primary on the 26th where you have pennsylvania, rhode island, yanld, connecticut, et cetera, all more favorable territory to trump. in our recent poll of the remaining states, trump's actually still ahead, but kasich's in second to cruz. so cruz is coming on a rough patch and may not be able to get back until indiana. >> wisconsin followed by six primary beneficials. >> right. >> so caitlin, to the democratic side in wisconsin, it looks like bernie sanders could actually win wisconsin.
that strikes me as an ominous sign, doesn't mean he'll get the nomination, but he shouldn't be, iing this late in the game. >> swe saw clinton respond to the fact that sanders has won several states over the past several weeks. he's staying in this race, just raised $44 million, this is a huge haul. he's not going anywhere. any time soon. and we saw the clinton campaign become frustrated with the fact that sanders is not only staying in the race, but really holding her feet to the fire on the issues that his voters care about. so this is going to be a more prolonged race than they had anticipated for. clinton, of course, is still leading in the delegate count, super delegates are concerned on the democratic side. they argue that bernie sanders is winning space, but not delegates. >> of course it's totally rigged. how offensive is this that bernie sanders dare run against her when she's, you know, got a coronation under way and she's a woman, it's her turn and how dare you get voters involved in this pros. i can see why she's offended.
>> well look, the reaction that we saw a couple days ago, i think yesterday was authentic. it's great to see her getting a little bit fired up i think. especially when you're talking about new york and she needs to win new york and she's going to win new york. and new yorkers want to see that. we're all about sass and wanting to see her really get into it, and so look, i mean, bernie sanders is like the mosquito that she just can't swap away, right. but he's going to be around for a while. he has the money, as caitlin just mentioned. i spoke to some of the bernie sanders people and they're taking off the gloves and they're going to go hard. and they're not -- it's like they're planning, they're really looking towards getting, winning new york. >> we'll see if that happens. >> she is a mosquito, he's got left wing populism that's affecting your party. good luck with that. i wish we had more time. tomorrow night, greta hosts with donald trump. and monday, john kasich on greta, ted cruz with kelly and
donald trump with hannity. all that leads to the battle with wisconsin, and tuesday there is a full day of coverage of that here on the fox news channel. don't miss it. coming up, treadmills and tailor swift apparently don't go well together. ♪ we'll talk to the stunt double who was injured. just can id pg. the story behind that add, next. but first what's coming up on the cost of the freedom business block. >> hey guys, good morning, wage vaj back. workers striking all over the country. will job creators finally creating jobs again, is this what we need? and donald trump isn't just taking on his gop rivals in wisconsin, he's also going after the states conservative governor, over the economy. how's that going to play out on tuesday? and first it was money from wall street, now hillary clinton's under fire from the left for taking money from oil
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big news here at "fox & friends." >> this is a sfoouz alert. we've been waiting for years for there to be a delicious chick-fil-a location located right near our studio. >> we can stop going to the food trucks for breakfast. >> one 12 just opening, and janice dean has never eaten at one before, so we sent her across the street to cut the ribbon this morning. >> janice is out there about 6:30 this morning, had her first bite of chick-fil-a, and make such good friends and she's going to go through the business. >> of course she has. >> butter my biscuit. >> i am. i'm with the family here. you are the franchise owner of
chick-fil-a here in new york city. what makes this such a special restaurant? >> we're just so excited to bring chick-fil-a to so many new yorkers. i'm happy to bring chick-fil-a to new yorkers. >> this is my first event. >> did you enjoy it? >> it was totally worth it. we're going to cut the ribbon here. this is the official opening of this chick-fil-a. what's your name? >> allegra. >> dominic. >> are you ready to cut this ribbon? >> here we go, history in the making. oh my gosh. >> i've already tasted everything here. >> we're going to have a first bite of our sandwich together. >> more chick-fil-a's everybody. >> can you ask would it be okay if they brought some back for us. >> oh, i'll bring some more. i'll bring some more. >> thank you. >> can i just have my own seat here at chick-fil-a? >> you've got it, you've got it.
>> four hours ago. >> and we found out that there's a term they call around the world where you get everything on the menu. i think janice may have done that. >> are you ready? >> here we go. cheers, yes, cheers. >> can you cheers for a sandwich? >> anything with a chick-fil-a chicken sandwich. >> i love you, chick-fil-a. i love you. >> thank you, janice. >> powered by chick-fil-a. >> thank you, chick-fil-a, really. you brightened up sixth avenue. >> and waffle fries too. it's the video no parent wants to see. kid texting and driving behind the wheel. just how dangerous it is with a reality ride program which we have out live on the plaza coming up next. hey america, still not sure
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united states postal service priority: you here's a statistic for you, taking your eyes off the road for just five seconds is like driving the length of of a football field with a blindfold on. that's what it's like when you text from your cell phone while driving. >> friday marks the beginning of distracted driving awareness month, and here to show us just how dangerous it truly is, tracy is at the all state real estate ride simulators, she's brought that. how are you doing behind the wheel, no texting and driving. >> this is crazy, explain this. this reality, i keep saying realty, we're talking about real estate, the reality ride simulator, what kind of statistics do you see at all state that you have to give people away from doing this texting and driving? >> we are seeing more and more
fatalities from distracted driving and about 3,000 annually from distracted driving and 400,000 people injured from distracted driving. that's why we're trying to get people to be more aware when they drive. >> anna is texting me from inside the studio. what is the simulator doing here? >> so this is supposed to put you in a feel like you're driving. you have real steering wheel, gas brake meal, it senses your movement so if you are texting and driving, you get a real sense of what happens when you do that. >> i've already moved over lanes and i can't even type correctly, i just grow a girl, i wrote hey grill. so anna, you're texting me right now, and ian just like looking up for a few seconds, i'm swerving. >> what happens is it usually takes about five seconds to send a text at 55 mile an hour, that's like driving a football field completely blind. i don't know that that's what i would want to do. >> okay, i can't even talk to you and concentrate.
>> whoa. >> that's another thing we see. >> when there's distractions as there is in a lot of car situations. somebody messing with the in-car system or their phone or talking to anybody else in the car or putting on make-up, it takes away from the driving. >> anna is still texting me. what are you seeing comparatively statistics between drunk driving and texting while driving? >> it's so similar. when you're texting and drive, it's just like being drunk driving. and you just hit a person. >> i didn't even see that. i just killed somebody. >> yeah. >> this is -- i mean this is really troubling. >> right. and whoo we're seeing is there's more americans on the roadways, more fatal accidents which could potentially link the higher insurance rates. having this whole simulators that's safe varmt for people to learn about distracted driving, we're hoping, and it does, curve a lot of text use and phone use. >> whoa.
jaywalker. now that one was that guy's fault, i wasn't texting. what are you hearing from parents when you put this in front of teenagers? >> what we're hearing, we surveyed about 6,000 people. 67% of them say they won't text and drive after they do this. another 32% said that they will think twice before texting and driving. it's starting to make a real impact. >> we're seeing the in-car technologies, like apple's car play and android auto with some of the, or the heads up display areas, are you seeing a better benefit if to those types of technologies, hands free? >> really what you need to do as a driver is learn to do anything that you need to do safely. get over, pull over, make your text, and then move on. or use so many apps so you're not texting or do navigation, pull over, do your navigation. >> don't also, do not host a morning show from the driver's side. >> no. no. while driving. no. >> last texts were actually, no more texting, i want ewe to be safe, let's take the pledge. sop we pledge --
>> no texting. >> not to text and drive. >> if you want to go to or facebook page, that's a great place to take the pledge. >> wonderful. all right guys. >> we heard you at home to make a pledge as well. >> thanks for joining us. >> see you tomorrow. >> no texting. presidential candidates on the left and the right battling for the badger state. hillary clinton telling wisconsin voters this week they're angry now because of the recession way back then. is she right or wrong? people ask me all the time, why are some folks so angry in this election? well, look at what happens to us. we had a balanced budget and a surplus, plus all those jobs, plus that rising income. we were coming together as a nation, and they reserved everything. they went back to trickle down economics. which doesn't work. never has, never will. slashed taxes on the