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how things are going, wisconsin, that means sfoor h for fbn, it is all about us. beginning at 7:00 with lou dobbs, however long it takes, probably midnight, 1, 2, 3 in the morning, who knows, they're catering, we'll be there. hello, everyone, i'm kimber kimber kimber kimberly guilfoyle. it's monday april 4th, the eve of yet another mpivotal showdow in the gop nomination. wisconsin decides tomorrow, whether the republicans are headed to a contested convention. kasich already admits he won't be winning it. >> what we're seeing all across the state is an example really of what we're seeing across the
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count country. we're seeing republicans come together with a spirit of unity. the energy we're seeing here is tremendously promising. >> if we do well here, folks, it's over. if we don't win here, it's not over, but wouldn't you like to take the credit in wisconsin for ending it. give wisconsin the credit for ending it, and then we can focus on hillary instead of these two guys. >> i'm up 14 points on hillary in wisconsin, and i'm going to lose in wisconsin. okay? this is really unbelievable. isn't it? how this whole process is going, but persevere, 38% of the people in wisconsin, don't know who i am. >> it's quite interesting, that's why ratings are through the roof. wisconsin tomorrow could end some of this disarray. >> i'm not sure that's right that wisconsin is the end all. even if donald trump wins
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wisconsin. have you those big states, new york, new jersey, pennsylvania coming up, the northeast. and john kasich, if he stays, in may get some of those delegates, and that will put a damper on trump or cruz ever getting -- i don't think cruz is getting to 1237. the only likely -- i would say possible path to 1237 would be trump, he does do a lot better if he gets wisconsin, and gets wisconsin in a big way. the polls have flip-flopped on that both ways. trump was leading, cruz was leading. whatever, who knows where it's going to good. wisconsin's important, though. wisconsin is huge in other respects. wisconsin has scott walker, who ran for president. wisconsin has paul ryan who everyone thinks, if there's a contested convention and they play around with the rules in the rules committee, then they -- another party who's not running for president right now could be called, in maybe it's paul ryan, he could the one
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they're looking at. wisconsin has played a big role. some say it's the birth place of the republican party too, so all eyes in wisconsin for now. >> dana perino, what is your assessment. give us your best right now? >> trump had been on top in the polls early on in the contest, and then that's changed. and i think consistently, the polls show cruz with a slight lead or a substantial one. >> there's a new one out today. >> okay, so -- okay. >> go ahead. i was just -- i was agreeing with eric. >> okay. >> except for the paul ryan part, i think everyone thinking that paul ryan is going to be running for president is not accurate, i think there are a lot of people pushing that theme, he is not pushing it, in trying to tell people, i'm the umpire of the convention, he doesn't plan to run for president, doesn't plan to be recruited for it, and is not lobbying for it. >> and is doing a fine job as house speaker, if i might say so
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myself. >> thanks kimberly. what do you have, 3, 4 weeks? >> it felt like that. >> i counted every minute. a lot's complaininged. we had a time to dwell looking up to wisconsin, after this, we're going to have two more weeks to dwell. we're going to focus on wisconsin, leading up to wisconsin, and after wisconsin, leading up to new york. the memo that leaked out to me was telling, when it comes out inside the lean trump camp that they are upset at the establishment, they are upset with how many times they're being attacked. they seem to be doubling down and feeling as though they're playing the victim somewhat. donald trump said, if i could do it again, i wouldn't have retweeted that image. if i could do it again, i would have answered that abortion question. that's the first time we saw a reflective candidate. are you seeing some growth? that's key. are you seeing any change? >> juan, how did you see that particular moment. >> which particular -- >> what he's saying about retweeting and --
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>> we talked about this a little bit, that i think it was a moment, the first time you saw trump say, hey, i made a mistake there and back up a little bit. that was different for trump. what i think is going on in wisconsin, i think paul ryan's name might as well be on the ballot. there are a lot of people in wisconsin, who like paul ryan, of course, he's the hometown hero, and then you see trump go to jaynesville and take him on. and you see ryan in washington give a speech, this campaign on the republican side out of control. we don't need to be vulgar, be rude to each other. that doesn't win votes or elections. ryan says he doesn't want it, he's not campaigning for it. if you stop and think about this -- the gop establishment has lined up behind cruz here. i'm going not only scott walker, jeb bush. carly fiorina. and the money that's come in against trump in wisconsin, they have focused -- >> club for growth. >> and now even the planned
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parenthood people are in there taking on -- >> can i game that out? >> of course, go ahead, man. >> the gop establishment gets behind ted cruz, because they don't squant to get trump to 1237. so they get to a brokered convention because they want ted cruz? >> of course not. >> the rules right now say you need to win eight states with a majority in order to be on the first ballot. so what they're hoping for is a second ballot so they can nominate kasich or ryan. >> john boehner, the former speaker, who ryan replaced has said, if the three guys running don't win 1237 then it's an open convention, and he wants paul ryan. >> interesting. i think it's kind of interesting, can you appreciate this, whatever you think about the presidency of barack obama in '08, he was organized, he had a great message. they ran a better campaign. ted cruz is running the most
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organized campaign. he's stealing delegates. today the story is, he's back in arizona trying to steal delegates. he's trying to grab rubio's delegates. he's playing the game. donald trump maybe got his wakeup call, to see if he can catch up. cruz is built to win. >> stealing delegates for a later vote? now, the first vote he can't get. >> he's preparing for a rainy day like today. >> all these delegates that have decided to go -- get behind ted cruz, because they don't want donald trump, will they stay with ted cruz on the second ballot or go to john kasich or someone else? >> the best chance he has is getting in there and telling them why you should stay with them. making those delegates feel like they matter. he might be able to say, listen, this is who i am, i hope you're going to count on me, he's trying to plow the ground. >> they both have strat guys and in particular, trump is hoping to recover from a rough week on the campaign trail. he acknowledged some missteps on fox news sunday. and vowed you're going to see a different side of him if he
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becomes the nominee. >> was this my best week, i guess not. i could have done without the retweet, et cetera, et cetera. >> i'm talking -- >> i think i'm doing okay. >> any plans to lay off the personal attacks. >> after i beat them, i'm going to be so presidential you're going to be so bored. you're going to say, this is the most boring human being i've ever interviewed. >> this is trump with a different tune like we were discussing earlier, saying he's going to have a different approach, attitude, perhaps if he gets the nomination, and if in fact he wins the presidency. >> it's hard to make a -- >> you can't make a first impression over and over again. the impression has been made, there are some people that adore donald trump, they go to the matt for him, they're always going to vote for him, no matter what. there are others that have decided they have made a judgment they will neverer vote for them. even if they were on the fence now, you look at the polls, i don't think so. i actually think, he should be
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himself, and that actually for -- if you're looking for a nominee. be who you are, and don't always think you're going to be someone else, if something happens. >> don't you think you can be yourself? you're about to go into chris matthews interview. here's what to expect, mr. president or mr. trump. if he can be himself, he can do it with communications people around him. >> not always. you can have great communications people, but it comes from the top, so you can prep somebody for an interest screw over and over again. when they walk in there, it's them, not the communications people's fault. >> right now, if you listen to the way, read the story about what makes up donald trump's team of 94, compared to 760 for hillary clinton, it's too lean. i think he would have said -- he's the business expert, he's got to assess the situation, yeah, i saved a lot of money. i shouldn't be saving money any more. i have to get communications experts in with me, to brief me on things i couldn't possibly
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know. >> he's brought in paul maniport, he understands there's a game going on for those delegates, so he brought in someone who's an old wiseman of republican politics to play the game. he's even thinking of suing in louisiana. i was on abc last -- yesterday, they said. >> you did great by the way. they say worst week ever for trump. barry bennett comes out and says that's spin from the establishment, the media's part of the establishment that's anti-trump. it's both now, trump and cruz that not only says kasich should be out, they want to make sure that he's not on the ballot at the convention. everything is against kasich and kasich for his point, an open convention in so cool. so cool. >> it's good for the kids.
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>> cruz needs in there to ensure he gets some -- >> he thinks he's losing votes in wisconsin to kasich. >> he needs -- >> beyond that, yeah. >> to make sure that trump doesn't get to 12237. i watch every sunday show, i saw you, you did a great job. we the people, check out his book. very fascinating to me to see reince priebus on. i'm not sure i buy what they're selling us now. i read these rules, i have them right here, i read them four times, i'm still trying to -- >> they're the old rules anyway, they rewrite the rules. rules 26 through 42 are temporary, which means they can rewrite them. guess where the rule of the 1237 delegates falls? rule 42. whatever. it struck me as this. i see two parties, the gop establishment, and the donald trump party. instead of one party, at this stage in the game and any other race. the guy who didn't -- you're
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backing a candidate who's not the nominee or going to be the nominee, you jump in line, you form in line you want to take on hillary clinton, right? >> you're right. >> this is a by fur indicated republican party right now, and it's horrible. >> wait a minute, wait a minute, i think it's close to three quarters of republicans aren't voting for trump, right? >> that would make 98% of voting for cruz or kasich. >> at the end result is what? all this division and fracturing is doing one thing. think about that if you can at night, if you're not frightened and terrified like it scares me. >> the democratic battle for wisconsin, hillary clinton has another tough fight ahead of her tomorrow, she reveals she's not taking the nomination for granted. stay with us. when my doctor told me i have
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hillary clinton's bracing for another tough fight tomorrow in wisconsin, she's trailing sanders by three points there. and in two weeks she's going to face sanders in her home state of new york, where she fares better, ahead by about 11 points. clinton has the upper hand with delegates, she's lost five of
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the last six contests to sanders, she knows the battle goes on. >> i'm going to do everything i can to win in as many places as possible. >> we have a system and i'm very confident in a i will be the nominee, i'm not taking anything or any place or anyone for granted. >> the secretary is continuing to push back against sanders so-called lies about her record on fossil fuels and other issues. >> when people make these kinds of claims, which now i think have been debunked, the washington post said three pinocchio pinocchios they are misrepresenting my record. i'm not going to -- i feel sorry sometimes for the young people who believe this, they don't do their own research, and i'm glad that we can now point to independent analysis to say, no, it's just not true. >> hillary clinton did not expect that going into april
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into wisconsin she was going to have a bernie sanders problem, it seems like it's a significant one. >> she's ticked off. if you saw what happened with the blowup on that line. how did i have this happen. i have a huge organization, she finally is going at bernie sanders where the republicans are going at themselves. what do i have. 74 years old, became a democrat yesterday. and an economic program that's not feasible. we're promising free college to people. can you possibly tell me how you plan on giving this next generation everything for free? while not raising taxes, taking eight out of every ten dollars? she's finally picking at the weak parts of his candidacy. >> they don't want to hear that message. something like 80% of young people are voting for sanders over hillary clinton, if you take the average of the exit polls, and he raised $44 million in march. so he out raised her by $15
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million. >> he out raised her, he's ranked by young people he's the snl star. he has something going on. i don't think -- the books are cooked for her. it's the mechanism, the apparatus, the infrastructure. >> somehow they think he's groovy hipster socialist. >> she's going to have a lot of influence in the northeast. >> sanders is a likeable guy. >> she's trying to portray him as liein' bernie. >> i wish lying bernie was a nominee. there will be not a socialist president in america. >> people like him. he seems like a nice guy, great, you know what he stands for, and you're fine with having
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venezuela style socialism, and taking home about a buck out of every 10 that you make. >> nine out of every ten. >> that's what i said, you take home oath one dollar. >> we talk about gop divisions a lot. is there a worry that if and when bernie sanders does not become the nominee, his voters have been energized in the primary to stay home in the general? >> that's what the polls show, there's a large percentage. i saw another poll the other day that showed it again, similar margin of people who are bernie or bust. if it's not bernie, i'm not playing. they don't feel according to the analysis of the polls. they don't feel that hillary clinton is anything but a status quo candidate. she would be an ordinary average president. they see sanders and he could use this word as revolutionary. >> versus an establishment hillary clinton. >> he thinks it's weighed in against -- especially young
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people who are burdened by college costs, college debt. they see bernie as their guy. the thing is that you said that jumps out at me, unbelievable how much money. supposedly bernie sanders is like, just hanging in there. >> no, $44 million in one month? >> people started -- some democrats started asking him if he was going to use that money to help them in the their senate races. >> that goes to your point, this guy is not a democrat, i'll campaign for democrats, raise money for democrats. >> she's got to start like crushing him. this is -- it's enough already. it's not amusing. >> you know who said that, bill clinton, it was a mistake not to crush him early. the sanders campaign is kicking themselves for not getting off to a better start. >> they should have talked about her darn e-mails. >> still has not brought it up. >> they're having a debate over
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a debate, take a look. >> we have difficult schedules. one of the dates proposed was the night of the ncaa finals, didn't make sense to me, but i think that we will reach an agreement. people of new york deserve to hear us discussing the important issues, facing that state, and facing the country. i suspect it will work out. >> we offered dates which they refused. gma offered a debate during gma. i'll be there. i want to debate, and i'm confident that we can work out a time to do that. >> when they're debates about a debate, what are they fighting about? >> i don't think either of them
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wants to do it. they're going to say, i have a date, you have a date. don't forget, there's 14 days between wisconsin and new york. 14 days to pick one hour the people of new york do deserve to hear it, i don't like the democrat stuff, i still watch it, i think that one before new york wlile fantastic. with all goldman sachs stuff, with all the millionaires and billionaires, it will be great. >> chuck left her off the hook yesterday. i'm great against wall street, i'm good. chuck todd would have been great if it was trump or cruz. he let it go. >> let's say this, i know this kimberly thinks the world of bernie sanders, and we here at this table at the five will put you next to kimberly, you can sit next to kimberly, we want you on the set. >> you're inviting him to the five? >> absolutely. >> where are you sitting?
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>> no, no, i'll protect you. i will let him sit here. hillary clinton can sit right next to eric bowling. that's right. >> on a different day? >> the same day. >> we don't have a debate here. it will -- >> ron just went rogue. >> it's a different thing. >> it's an offer. >> i think having them would be great. i hope that they would take us up on it. bernie sanders gets a lot of love at this table. >> he's a brooklyn boy. >> all right, we're going to move on. hillary clinton believes in constitutional rights for all. that doesn't extend to babies not yet born. hear her comments over the weekend that stirred up both sides of the abortion debate next.
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according to hillary clinton, she's america's champion for human rights. >> we have to keep up with every fiber of our being, the argument for the campaign for human rights. human rights, womens rights. human rights as gay rights as workers rights, as voting rights, human rights across the board for every single american. >> but not all americans have rights according to hillary, the unborn don't. >> under our laws currently, that is not something that exists. the unborn person doesn't have constitutional rights. now -- it doesn't mean that you don't do everything possible to try to fulfill your obligations, but it -- it does not include sacrificing the woman's right to
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make decisions. and i think that's an important distinction that under roe versus wade we've had enshrined in our constitution. >> while trying to take down trump. clinton revealed children in the womb do not have any rights at all. bernie sanders agrees with her. >> republicans who tell us how much they hate the government now want to tell every american woman what she can and cannot do with her body. and i do agree with the secretary. i don't agree there's any con sit tugsal protection. >> dana, your thoughts. is she going to have to clarify what she was saying? >> i don't think so. technically she's correct under the law as it is, an unborn person doesn't have those rights. there's been moves to try to change that, and the question should should be asked in particular is about late term
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abortion. science now says about 22 to 23 weeks of pregnancy that the baby then should be able to survive on its own. the issue on late term or partial birth abortion has been whether or not you think that should be illegal now that science tells us that unborn fetus, that actually could survive outside of the womb. should that have constitutional rights. i believe it should. wham bernie and hillary are trying to do. unfortunately, donald trump's comment's last week, played into this. they want to tell women, you're no longer going to be able to have legal abortions. for decades they were saying, we don't want to punish women, we want to have a protection of life from birth to natural death. all democrats, i think she should be uncomfortable with and bernie sanders should be, is
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late term abortion. that's been debated on capitol hill, it's been close to passing in the senate, and i think they should be asked about that at the next debate and grilled on it. >> david points out from birth to natural death. natural death is defined when the heart stops and there's no brain activity, right zbh. >> life doesn't -- if that's death, why isn't life determined by when there's a heartbeat and brain activity. >> you're talking to someone that believes it should in fact. how can you not in good conscience evaluate this based on the current state of medicine and science and honor life, you honor people who are walking around outside -- what about babies in the womb that if then they leave the womb they're able to survive on their own. how is this any kind of distinction that makes sense morally, ethically and now i believe yes, the challenge should be legal. >> her gaffes are equal to donald trump's gaffes for the
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pro choice community. she used the wrong term, the right terms are fetus and embryo, don't make it seem real. she opened up some restrictions for the third trimester, we're really upset with her. i think as a grandmother, you see so many sonograms you think, i don't know how i can keep this in good thought. >> she used the term person and attached person to a fetus. the people who are pro choice or pro abortion in this country is breaking with their language and their logic in just the way that trump did last week. >> god forbid you call a fetus a person. don't attach too much emotion and thought to it. >> no, no, no. this is about a semantic battle here. >> they have played semantics --
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>> a pregnant woman is driving down the road. she's hit by a drunk driver and both of them die, the mother and the baby, that criminal that hit them is charged with both murders, doesn't matter how old that baby is. there are legal cases to be made, when you want to punish somebody for a dui that kills two people. >> two lives. >> and that would i think say in law, in is a case to be made for life. >> trump asked, is abortion murder he said i don't think so. he's doubled down in a very odd way. >> should hillary clinton correct herself on this? >> from whose perspective? the left or the right? obviously, people like dana would have her say, you know what, i think a fetus is a person. >> i think she'd rather talk about i mails. >> it's hard for a grandmother
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of one and soon to be another for her to say that is an embryo or a fetus. i don't -- >> and good for her, it should be hard to say. honor life. >> it's a wedge issue. >> it's a moral issue. >> we're going to leave it all there. the president can't pull himself to say the words islamic terrorism. france's president had no problem saying it last week. did the white house intentionally try to keep the public from hearing it?
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did just that. you didn't hear him say it on a video, the white house posted of his remarks. >> the roots of terrorism. >> now, this is what hollande actually said. >> but we also -- the roots of terrorism, islamic terrorism is in syria and in iraq. >> you heard that right, he used the phrase islamist terrorism. the white house originally posted the video without the edits, gut then took it down and uploaded it again with the interpreter's voice muted. it blames a technical airer for the word omission, and posted it
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a third time with holland's full comments. some of my colleagues here think that was intentional. it dropped out, that very second, then they posted it without any sort of clarification there was a pause in the translation, and after the backlash not until there was backlash, then they said, oh, here's the full tape, sorry we had a technical issue. i don't buy that. >> but the transcript they put out had it in it. the transcript -- >> i mean really, juan. good job, i'm happy for you to try to defend them. people figured it out. >> i'm not trying to defend them. their point was, if you read the transcript it's always been in there, their defense would have been, you know, this president and this white house don't use
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that phrase, you're in america, this is our -- they didn't say that, they don't. >> there's no excuse to cover it up. we had the transcript there, people like that were their supporters, we really know what happened here they don't want president obama to look indecisive on terrorism. >> he was in the edit room? >> no. >> dana, tell me how this works, is it possible this is a coincidence? how does it work? is there the man or woman power to edit something out and post something like that? >> i think this white house has done something different. i don't believe we would post the video. i don't know how that works actually. they've upgreated communications in some ways there. i guess it's conceivable that such an incredible coincidence could happen. and i can imagine the press
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secretary's office you get the first call, you find out -- you have to call somebody, did we just edit holland's statement? who does this? it's not the press office that would have done it in my opinion. if it it would have been somewhere, somebody else. it's just that word and no other technical glitches. >> you have just played into the hand of everyone who said this president refuses to say islamic terrorism exists in the world. he doesn't want to alienate our muslim allies. he doesn't want to convey the impression that the united states is involved in the western war. >> you edit world leaders that have the courage to tell the truth? >> if he played global warming, it would have been edited back to its original -- it. >> it would have been put in? >> absolutely. >> what if cruz said we should patrol muslim neighborhoods?
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ban all muslims from coming into the country? they would have put that up in large numbers. >> what does a liberal think happen? >> i don't know what happened. >> he thinks it's suspicious. >> i'm not blind, i think it's suspicious. i think they played into the hands of everybody who wants to be reminded, i'm so mad that obama won't say islamic terrorism. >> you never ever edit a transcript or a video of a public meeting ever. >> it happened with tony snow. tony snow meant to say thank you to several people in the office one day. this is at a press briefing, he forgets one guy that's on our team. he's mortified he realizes it afterwards. he, calls the transcription people and says, could you add his name back into the transcript? the transcript comes out a few hours later, he didn't mention so and so, that guy was mad. it became this whole big issue. is the white house edit
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♪ that is dana's theme, is that is her motto, drink all day, party all night. dierks bentley performing in las vegas. it was a bonanza for music lovers last night. the i heart radio awards from los angeles. first, let's talk country. blake shelton co-hosted the awards at the four acm's, bentley got the gig. shelton found a way to steal his thunder early on. >> i'm going to bring you out as my new co-host, here we go. >>. >> my new co-host, dierks bentley.
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>> good luck tonight, boys. he's all yours 37. >> bluke is over. >> from now on it's lurks. >> i thought luke bryant was legitimately surprised. >> one of the things that's great about the acm's there's a lot of music, they keep the acceptance speeches short, there's no politics, it's just a good show. >> they're friends. >> i feel like they know the audience, the viewers. >> didn't shelton's ex-wife start hanging out with.
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>> >> miranda lambert and blake shelton. >> they seem to get alongwell. >> i was watching the walking dead finale. >> i can discuss the trump town hall. >> this is the story. chris has been a five month wonder, he walked away with five awards for every blue collar person who had the time to write music but never had the fame. >> let's go to the i heart awards. i appreciate what you did, congratulations on the beard. taylor swift what a stunner, does she have any room left on her mant snell. >> she's america's sweetheart, she wins everything. >> and evidently, her boyfriend
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who's a dancer. >> no, a d.j. >> this is the worst segment ever. >> his real name is adam. >> no, he's a little confused. >> justin bieber won best male artist. >> worst new hair. >> this is like me in a singles bar, nobody making eye contact. nobody's even looking up -- usually people are on the edge of their seats to talk. >> next thing you know, miley cyrus will have that hair do. >> should white young boys be wearing dreads or not. so justin bieber is being accused of cultural appropriation. >> if you talk about cultural
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appropriation it's the fact that hip-hop is so popular with young white guys. >> i was amazed to see i did know one song. the song of the year was hello. and i know that song. >> my grandchildrening that song. >> i thought i was going to do the segment. >> we have to go. >> juan started talking. >> i know it was me. >> it was you. i've been blind since birth. i go through periods where it's hard to sleep at night, and stay awake during the day. learn about non-24 by calling 844-844-2424. or visit yeah, i was just talking uhabout yourico?... emergency roadside service
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it's time now for one more thing. >> hi. >> welcome back fp. >> look at my chihuahua story, it's so cute. >> here's a full screen tonight, big prime time lineup, all three of the gop candidates and bill o'reilly's back in the saddle again. make sure you keep it right here all night, on fox news. police are being gunned down at a right not scene since the 1990s. more cops killed by guns this year than 20, 25 years. that's why this is so porj. check out these two kids in lees summit, missouri, with a lemonade stand to benefit cops. >> they protect us. every single one of us. if we didn't have them, our
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world would be apocalyptic. >> the police have done so much for us, and they have nothing in return. they just do it, that's their job. they deserve a treat. >> we should all have aidan and nathan's point of view. >> great parents raising them in the right way. all right. what do you have, juan? >> 48 years ago, today. april 4th, 1968, dr. martin luther king junior shot and killed in memphis. james earl ray was sentenced for the assassination. 99 years in jail. he died in 1998. when the sad anniversary comes up, i always recall that the day before he was killed, dr. king gave a prophetic speech on race, where he said difficult days were ahead, but god had taken him to the mountain top and he had seen the promised land and he went on to say, and i looked
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over and i've seen -- even though i may not get there with you, i want you to know that tonight we as a people, we as americans will get there. >> thank you for that, juan. dana? >> real quickly, greg murray has created something fun. it's called for the love of peanut butter. he gives peanut butter to all these dogs and he takes these pictures of them. you can check it out at for the love of peanut butter. it's really cute and so fun. >> i should have done that. >> okay, whatever. >> chihuahua, let's roll this, this is the cutest thing you've seen in your life. this chihuahua is in animal custody after eating peanut butter and leading police on a chase across the oakland/bay bridge. i'm kidding. he's in custody now. >> one more thing. tomorrow's going to be the big thing. we the people is out. extremely important, i think
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you're going to be on fox and friends tomorrow talking about it, it's bringing new life to the most important people in america from thurgood marshall to what he did with ronald reagan. >> this is not only a good book, he's an important book. president obama was so desperate to get his legacy nuclear deal with iran, his top aids may have lied about the terms, this is special report. good evening, welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. just days after iran is fulfilling the letter but not the spirit of its nuclear agreement with the west, there are new serious questions tonight about whether the terms of that deal are quietly changing as we speak. this comes as we learn a u.s. navy ship stopped a massive


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