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going over the speed limit and sped up when troopers tried to stop the car. now the ugly. this 800-pound gator met its demise at the hands of florida's farmer who said it was eating his livestock. he will donate the meat to charity. sounds good. thank you very much for joining us. i've been here since 1:00 a.m. i'm out of here. >> a trooper. >> "fox & friends" starts now. >> have a good day. she is out of here, and we are in here. good morning. it is wednesday, it is april 6th, i'm ainsley earhardt. the front-runner falling behind in wisconsin. ted cruz dominates donald trump declaring the race has been reset. >> tonight is a turning point. it is a rallying cry. it is a call from the hard-working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. >> so it is a contested convention now -- is a contested convention now inevitable? on the other side, hillary clinton, the front-runner, got
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berned in wisconsin. >> please keep this a secret, do not tell secretary clinton, but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. [ applause ] >> oh, bernie. she knows. so how worried should hillary be ahead of her home state? the latest home state primary. >> wow. hillary's authenticity problem gets cheesy, literally. the memes going viral. we'll share it because we have three hours to fill, and the other anchors have left the building. mornings are better with friends in steve's hands -- >> no, no, no, no, no. well, live from studio e, as in election, it's your post-game show. a lot of you went to bed not
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knowing what happened last night. we're going to explain it to you right now as we get to our top story. an underdog upset in the wisconsin primaries. >> senators ted cruz and bernie sanders celebrating big wins. the losers of the race had very different reactions to those results. >> and to prove it, we've booked mike tobin live in milwaukee with more. hey, mike. >> reporter: good morning, gang, on a rainy wednesday morning. everyone is still in the fight. senator ted cruz insisting that he defy the media and pundits who had predicted that wisconsin would be perfect for trump. he insists that he's on his way to 1,237 delegates before the convention. >> tonight is a turning point. it is a rallying cry. it is a call from the hard-working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. of the 17 candidates who started this race, a terrific, talented, dynamic field, five have now endorsed this campaign.
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[ applause ] >> reporter: donald trump not magnanimous this morning, issuing a terse statement that reads in part, "ted cruz is worse than a puppet. he's a trojan horse being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from mr. trump." on the democratic side, bernie sanders riding his momentum, racking up his seventh win in eight contests. >> i don't know if the audience here knows it -- i don't see any tvs here -- but it has been projected by i think all of the networks that we won in wisconsin! [ applause ] >> reporter: the hillary clinton campaign had predicted that she could lose in wisconsin. she was considerably more gracious than mr. trump, issuing a tweet that reads, "congrats to bernie sanders on winning wisconsin. to all the voters and volunteers who poured your hearts out into
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this campaign." back to the republican side. a chief strategist for governor john kasich issued a statement saying that this means that none of the republicans will reach the magic number of 1,237, and we're headed for a contest in cleveland. back to you in new york. >> all right. >> thank you, mike. >> thank you very much. >> amazing to see. to recapping, amazing to see the difference in reaction. i think donald trump and hillary clinton legitimately could say wisconsin was going to be tough for both of them. meet you in new york where they're supposed to dominate. now -- i think that donald trump, i think the anti-trump movement's getting to him a little bit. >> yeah. well, look at the polls. people thought it was going to be closer than this. some people were reporting it was going to be neck and neck because democrats were able to vote. trump's getting a lot of the democratic vote. but it wasn't as close. >> trump knew going in that wisconsin was one of his worst states. i mean, wisconsin is a lot like iowa. that's why scott walker, they thought in the beginning, would do so well in iowa. wisconsin is so much like iowa. who won iowa?
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ted cruz. meanwhile, it should take a look at the delegates. trump has 740. ted cruz has got 514. john kasich is still technically in fourth place. marco rubio has about 160 delegates, and john kasich, who is still in, is at 140. >> charles krauthammer was on fox and talking about his predictions if there is a contested convention. take a listen. >> he has tremendous power over his troops. if he decides to stand up and walk out, 1,000 will walk out after him. if he decides he's going to make real trouble and it will disrupt the convention, i don't mean with violence, but i mean protests, demonstrations, boycotts, you could see that. it will be up to him when he feels it's in his interest and when he feels because he reacts viscerally in many ways, when he feels he's been cheated. and if he does, all hell will
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break loose. >> i mean, for him to feel cheated is -- is one thing. i think as he heads to new york and sees if he can keep the momentum here, i think for donald trump, he's got two weeks to have a somewhat quiet week. the last two weeks i think leading up to this were tumultuous between the policy papers, between the interviews that he put out, i think that it was a blizzard. i think it's time now to bolster up his staff and start matching the other staffs because ted cruz has been so organized. it reminds me of barack obama in 2008. >> well, trump said last night that one of the things he worried is the republican establishment is going to try to poach the nomination from him and hand it to somebody else. meanwhile, you have newt gingrich who says at the convention he thinks the party's going to come together. >> the washington insiders are different. they are -- >> they want the contested convention. they want the chaos -- >> they're not going to get it. >> they're not going to get it?
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>> look, i don't have -- >> neither donald trump nor ted cruz will be the nominee -- >> yes, i don't know how to say this to my many good friends in washington sitting around in a variety of bars tonight celebrating. guys, i got to tell you, it ain't going to work. >> a hint happening? >> it ain't happening. you're either going to get ted or donald. live with it, and either one of them can beat hillary. and that's good for america. >> he's not the only one who said that. yesterday, priebus said that the winner is running now. he said in the bylaws, if you're up there, you've got to have won eight state. john kasich has won one state. marco rubio has a bunch of delegates but hasn't won -- >> what if you got g one -- if you go one ballot, two, and you're not at 1,237? then i think they've got to decide -- they're deciding, i understand, the rnc meeting in new york this week to decide what these rules are going to be down ballot. >> yeah. the likelihood of a contested
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convention pretty high at this point. we want to know what you think. write us, friends@foxnews.com. i have michelle cline who follows me on twitter, she says we need candidates to pull together. write us. >> all right. >> tell us, too, if you think it's going to come from the big three, or are you looking for somebody to come from the outside. >> that would be a disaster. let me say it. on the other side -- this really is the headline. remember, hillary clinton was supposed to be inevitable. she was going to be it from the get-go. this guy from vermont by the name of bernie sanders has stood in her way. she has now lost seven of the last eight primaries. keep in mind, she is the front-runner. casting to doubt her appeal to independents and her ability to energize voters. she lost to barack obama in wisconsin by 17 points in 2007. you know what, yesterday bernie sanders won the under 30 voters by a margin of 5-1. and he knows that -- he has got
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her on the ropes. >> this campaign has won seven out of the last set caucuses and primaries. with your help on saturday, we're going to win here in wyoming. then we are headed to new york. [ applause ] >> please keep this a secret. do not tell secretary clinton. she's getting a little nervous, and i don't want her to get more nervous. but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. [ applause ] >> speaking of delegates, look how close it is. look at clinton and look at sanders delegates, including the superdelegates. clinton has 1,743. bernie has 1,056. still got a long way to go. in california, for instance, there are 546 delegates including the superdelegates, up
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for grabs for the democrats. yesterday bernie won the blue-collar vote, the rural, and benefited from the fact that wisconsin is an open primary and independents and democrats can vote across party line. he got a big independent vote. independents made up more than a quarter of the democratic vote, and sanders won them by 40%. if you're going to be the president of the united states, you've got to win independents, and bernie beat hillary on that count in wisconsin. >> the younger generation likes him, brian. >> 73% gave him the vote. keep in mind, too, how close it would be without the superdelegates, many of which can flip if they feel the momentum's going the other way. about 102-delegate difference going into new york where they debate on the 14th, where bernie sanders was born. where hillary clinton is now -- headed from a 12-point lead to an 8-point lead. even in single digits, you could take it as a victory for bernie sanders. >> absolutely. on the democrat side as bernie sanders says, it looks like it is rigged by the establishment in favor of hillary. >> and the billionaire class.
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we hate those people. >> there you go. let's hand it over to heather. but a great job -- >> thank you. >> welcome home. is this home, is wisconsin home? >> both home. always a midwesterner. it was hard to find hale supporter in wisconsin. bernie sanders, but not hillary clinton. a couple of news headlines at ten minutes after the hour. incredible video of a narrow escape in the middle of a raging wildfire in oklahoma. take a look at this. >> he needs to get out. >> i know he needs to get out! >> he can't get out. come on. >> goodness. there was a man inside that, running inside a van, moments before the flames consumed the road grader. he was digging a fire line and got stuck in a ditch. the news crew drove him to safety. those are the ones who spotted him. the out-of-control wildfire has burned tens of thousands of acres in oklahoma. glad that he is okay. one of the world's largest messaging services is now completely private. it's called what's app, operated
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by facebook. it's providing more than one billion users with end-to-end encryption. all messages, photos, and videos can only be read by the sender and receiver, blocking all third-party access, including the u.s. government. this decision comes on the heels of that very bitter public battle between apple and the fbi about customer privacy. and an insane case of road rage near miami turning very dangerous when a driver tries to run a motorcycle off the road. watch this. the motorcyclist claiming that the car cut him off and then went after him. wow. the car is seen swerving, trying to run the motorcycle off the road for several miles. even at high speeds. driving against traffic. really? the motorcycle eventually outran that car thankfully, and amazingly, no one was hurt. crazy in florida. >> whoa! >> wow. unbelievable. and then some sports to tell you about this morning. a four-peat for the uconn women's basketball team. watch this. >> jefferson -- gets it up in
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time. she drills the three! >> oh, nice. the huskies go undefeated winning their fourth consecutive ncaa title. they cruised by syracuse orange 82-51. guess we can't say orangemen, can we? the 11th championship for coach gino ariama, passing the legendary john wooden for the most by any college basketball coach. ladies, job well done. those are your headlines. i'll see you soon. >> the most dominant team in sports. >> seriously. >> all right. 13 after the hour. coming up, terrorists streaming into europe posing as immigrants. now we've learned they're impossible to track. the shocking new problem in the war on terror ahead. and with cruz's big wisconsin win, is a contested convention all but certain for the gop? our next guest says yes. not so fast. a deal could be made before cleveland. >> nice. >> needed something else to say besides yes. los angeles police confirmed yesterday that they had to
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it's official. wisconsin is cruz country. the texas senator winning yet another state over donald trump and gaining on the front-runner in the delegate count. is a contested convention all
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but certain? with trump coming in number one and cruz number two. joining us now is political analyst scott rasmussen, founding president of the digital news service sterk. welcome back. first off, what do you take from wisconsin? i look at the distance of the win -- this a substantial volcano. >> right. this was a big win, 13 points. bigger than projected. it suggests that a lot of people who do not want donald trump as president or as a republican nominee are coalescing behind an alternative. it's also a tribute to scott walker, the wisconsin governor who strongly backed ted cruz. for whatever reason, donald trump attacked scott walker in his home state. didn't make any sense at all. >> he ended up winning the district, donald trump, which is odd because he's a rock star there. one thing cruz has, an impressive organization, we're seeing it in the acquisition of unbound delegates where? >> right. north dakota, 28 delegates at stake. ted cruz picked up between 18 and 26 delegates -- >> that was just a few days ago.
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>> couple days ago. donald trump got one. we're seeing the name is colorado. six scleelected, all cruz supporters. we'll see the same in wyoming. remember, in what i call the primary of the unbound delegates, there are more delegates at stake than in any individual state. twice as many as california. >> looking ahead, two weeks, no debates in between, donald trump needs 50% in new york to be dominant and get all 95 delegates. >> don't know if he can get there. we'll see how much last night's results affect new york. after new york, it goes to other northeastern states. donald trump will have a couple of good weeks. after that, the map looks very bad, and it could be that ted cruz will win heavily down the stretch in places like south dakota, montana, and i expect he would win california, as well. >> he would -- even though donald trump currently is up by eight in california. >> yeah. but what we're seeing is a shift in all of the numbers. look, the reality is nobody is going to have 1,237 pledged
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delegates going into the convention. there will be a lot of dealmaking and talk beforehand. the nominee will be ted cruz or donald trump. all the other talk is fantasy. >> donald trump might have the bigger name, maybe the better message and presentation. the better organization, cruz is better organized. are you seeing that? >> yes. >> if so, do you think that donald trump could get up to speed quickly? >> he brought on paul manifort to run his delegate effort. a veteran who has a great history in the republican party. he's starting from so far behind, i don't know if he can get there quickly enough. >> wow. so it's going to be interesting to see. you have hillary with 740 employees and donald trump with 95. >> and look, face it, you have to say the chances of donald trump being the nominee is below 50%. a big shift. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> an exciting time. ten minutes before the bottom of the hour. ahead, the race for the nomination could come down to one thing -- what women want, the fascinating results from
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some quick wednesday headlines. a man is thrown from his suv during a dramatic police chase in missouri. dash cam video caught the jarring crash. in seconds, a police officer is forced to go from law enforcement mode into lifesaving mode. he find the suspect not breathing in a ditch and starts cpr saving his life. in the hunt for this morning, it's on for how a popular tourist helicopter crashed in tennessee killing
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five. the group on a sightsee ride in the great smoky mountains in a chopper built by smoky mountain helicopters. investigators believe just 12 minutes into the flight, the chopper hit a ridge and burst into flames before crashing. the fire destroyed the wreckage complicating the investigation. the ntsb says it could take up to a year to get the answers. ainsley, over to you. >> thank you. bernie sanders and ted cruz coming out on top in wisconsin. how did they win? here to break down the exit polls is pollster and partner at milansky and partners, great to see you. >> you, too. >> this is fun to look at. as republican women were interviewed as they exited the polls in wisconsin, what did they say? >> they went for cruz. this is fascinating to me. ted cruz has not been the candidate of women. what this says is ted cruz has been a candidate -- chameleon candidate. once an outsider, then he's become an insider. he's got all of the insiders coming to support him. now he's the candidate of women. been out on the stump talking
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about how he's a champion of women. he's really been capitalizing on trump's moment of going against women. and here he is with getting 48% of women went for ted cruz. >> wow. what about the very conservative, they were asked if you consider yourself conservative, who did you vote for? what did you find? >> 65 went for ted cruz. this is a high number though not surprising. the field was narrowed. this was not unexpected. >> all right. who did the late deciding democrats vote for? >> they went for bernie and went in a big way. 65% went for bernie sanders. and this should be concerning to hillary clinton. what this suggests to me is that the momentum is shifting to bernie sanders. i think hillary's likely still going to be the nominee. when you see six of the seven last states went for bernie sanders and late deciders, that means people are asking conversations and saying, gosh, what's going on? who do i like? i like bernie sanders when i'm paying attention, listening to the message out there now and having conversations. that means trouble for hillary clinton. >> this is pretty fascinating.
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republicans were asked what your feel regulars if ted cruz is elected. then they were asking if trump was. what was their response for ted cruz? if he wins? >> if he -- this is interesting because 60% say they're optimistic. 40% say they're concerned or scared. the complete reverse is true if it's donald trump. 40% are optimistic. 60% are scared. what this suggests to me is that donald trump has a ceiling. it's about 40% in wisconsin. he got 35% of the votes which means he got almost all the votes in wisconsin that he could have. what he needs to do if he's going to move forward is start surrounding himself with people and showing that he can overcome the things that make him scared. it means aligning himself with people, what are the fears about? is that he's too impulsive, that he doesn't have the experience? is it that he's not deep enough on policies? he's got to start surrounding himself with people beyond chris christie, beyond carson, that will make him seem more well rounded. i think looking toward new york and the rest of the races that are going to come, we'll have to start seeing a more well-rounded
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candidate if he's going to break through the ceiling. >> new york will be interesting. we've been saying that wisconsin is cruz country. new york, donald trump's from new york, hillary clinton claims this is her home state. and so does bernie sanders. >> yeah. you know, i think that we've got to see hillary and trump win big and win big in new york. >> right. this could be a turning point. we'll see what happens in new york. thanks. >> coming up, donald trump losing wisconsin with the types of voters he's used to winning. is he at risk of losing his base? our political panel is on deck and ready to answer that. and the p.c. police meet the fashion police. why this gap ad has so many people mad. the company actually took it down. that's next. first, happy birthday to our friend candace cameron burre. she is 40 years old. >> you can do this. by the way, this finger -- it's 90% of parenting.
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a bad night for hillary clinton. it was a bad night in the democratic primary, and it was an even worse night for her in th let me just say, hillary, get ready, here we come. >> i think the people of this country are tired of establishment politics and establishment economics. i think the people of this country are ready for a political revolution, and if you ignore what you hear on corporate media, the facts are clear.
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we have a path toward victory, a path toward the white house. >> are we corporate media? i don't know. ted cruz and bernie sanders winning the badger state. 48% to cruz, 38 -- john kasich in it, 14. bernie sanders beat hillary with 56% of the vote. here for reaction, our political panel, the "washington examiner" contributor lisa booth along with matt welch, editor-in-chief of "reason" magazine and democratic pollster, lisa tarkoff. hillary clinton had another bad day. she's lost seven of the last contest. yet, the democrat establishment is squarely behind her. she's the one. >> yeah, and she's had a string of bad nights. this is a problem for hillary clinton. look, the delegates, the superdelegates aren't on bernie sanders' side. but the enthusiasm is. this is a problem for hillary clinton. what bernie sanders has been able to do is bring hillary
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clinton to the left. name an issue, and hillary clinton has flip-flopped on the issue. when it's criminal justice reform, when it's goirj, literally name the -- gay marriage, literally name it, and she's been on it. this is about principle for bernie sanders. for hillary clinton, it's about winning and not principle. >> matt, what do you think about bernie's big win? >> it makes new york really interesting. you talked about how it's pulling hillary clinton to the left. she was with governor cuomo this week touting a $15 minimum wage. that's bernie's issue, not hers. she's grabbing at any desperately. if she doesn't get new york, bernie has still some kind of path to winning at least a plurality of non-superdelegates. that puts the democrats in a bind. what happens if he gets this many more delegates, but the superdelegates win the day. what happens if the democratic party has to go un-democratic to decide who gets the nomination? >> it's rigged! >> heard that before.
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jessica, one of the things that works again hillary every week, every contest, trust worthiness. >> the number-one issue. >> bernie in the 80s, she was in the teens. >> won 82%, absolutely. the number-two issue was does the candidate care about people like me. while she wins the right experience question, that was only 10% of people said it was the most important issue to them. in contrast to what lisa was saying, the enthusiasm, it is with bernie. i would say the momentum is here. we never talk about the fact that bernie is winning open contests. in new york, it's only democrats voting for her. democrats love hillary clinton. i would add he doesn't highlight the fact that his message is not resonating with minority voters. i mean, the ratio, polling over 70% of the african-american vote time and time again. when he says this is a message for the country, it isn't. i think that's important as you move into the diverse states. >> let's talk about donald trump and ted cruz. and last night, ted cruz won
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substantially in wisconsin. donald trump knew going in wisconsin was going to be one of his worst states, and he was right. >> wisconsin was a mixed bag for donald trump. the ted cruz campaign to their credit did a good job about making wisconsin a referendum on donald trump. if you look at the polling, the majority of republican voters were concerned about a donald trump presidency. and three quarters went to ted cruz. he did a good job making this referendum on donald trump, and he also was a testament to the organizational structure of his campaign. however, i think it's important ton overstate it. then you head into new york on april 1th in a series of northeastern states where donald trump could do quite well in. >> and it's not just new york that looms large, your home state of california, the two big states could actually throw this into complete chaos. >> yeah. god help the rest of the country. there's a reason why both states push through a $15 minimum wage this week. since these states are in play,
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you're going to see weird policies coming through. it will happen more on the democratic side than the republican side. the fact that these places matter, and my liberal friends thinking that california and new york might push donald trump through to the finish line, it's going to make their heads explode. >> jessica? >> my head's exploding for sure. no, i agree with what everyone said on the panel. i would add that i thought the most interesting exit poll on the republican side was at 62% of gop voters said they would back donald trump if he was the nominee. and the rest didn't. 10% said they would break for hillary clinton. similar for ted cruz. these are still not palatable nominees. i don't think john kasich can pull it out. these guys are not -- they're not popular in a way that you want going in with a general election. >> hillary clinton isn't either, though -- >> but people are energized, people turning out in great numbers. hillary's voters, according to the exit polls, she won 65 and older by 20 points.
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bernie won 30 people under 305-1. >> which is ironic. he's 74 years old. and if -- if he was to win the general election, would be the oldest president to serve in the united states. >> his message is potent. free everything. >> yeah. everyone loves santa claus. >> i think it's not just that. i mean, when you look at the fact that bernie sanders isn't winning his own generation, which is incredibly strange -- i was talking to my baby-boomer father. he was like, why is this happening. it's because we lived through mccarthyism, we lived through the vietnam war. we know that we want practicality at this point. i know it's not sexy to say, hey, i'm the practical candidate, but she is. she has the right experience for the job. i think at the end of the day that will resonate. she has over 2.5 million more votes than him. why doesn't that count for something? >> the republicans have a problem that hillary clinton doesn't, the stay-at-home problem. if either of the republican front-runners wins, there's going to be a lot of republicans who stay home or vote third party or vote for hillary clinton, god help them.
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hillary clinton, if she wins, the sanders voters will come along. >> they will show in. >> matt, a question. why is john kasich still in the rac race? >> god knows. i think he wants to win the badge of i stayed in longest, i didn't quit. >> perfect attendance. >> he's going to play a key role in new york because in new york -- >> he'll do better here than ted cruz. >> it matters how well you do at preventing donald trump from getting 50%. enthused prize he'll serve a purpose hoo -- that's the prize. he will serve a purpose here. he hadn't won a contest since ohio. >> stick around. come back in a couple of hours. >> we'll be here. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. heather joins us with the news. >> reporter: good morning, good morning to all of you. a terrifying new report to tell you about this morning that confirmed some of the thins that protesters have been fearing. terrorists taking advantage of the syrian migrant crisis and then passing through security gaps along the european border. in the report, the e.u. reveals
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that it has no idea how many migrants have crossed into europe and that there's really no way of tracking them. another big fear, the staggering number of europeans who have traveled to syria to join isis and who are now trying to get back into europe. back here at home, this had an official campus, a crest, and even scoot president. the university of -- even a school president. the university of northern new jersey was a total fake from the very beginning. the feds creating the school three years ago to bust a phony visa ring. now 21 people are under arrest. they're accused of taking money to help more than 1,000 people illegally obtain student visas. officials say none of the so-called students appeared to pose a threat to the united states. many of them, perhaps not all, will be deported. and do you think that there is anything wrong with this ad? well, the p.c. police does. and they are now calling on gap to pull this kids' ad. the photo was taken for ellen
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>> what do -- >> you can eat it. >> why couldn't you put the alligator in the zoo? probably 100 years old. >> it's wild. but it was eating all of the cows. one at a time. >> get new cows. get new cows. >> yeah. new cows. >> do you want the alligator? should we arrange for that? >> not anymore. he's dead. >> there are a lot of gators in florida, maria. >> reporter: back yards, roads, if you have a pool, it's likely in your pool. yeah. a lot gators across florida. we want to head farther north and talk about michigan. out there, we have a storm system that's rolling through early this morning and bringing in snow. it will be accumulating with several inches that are expected. we have winter weather advisories in effect. and they also include minnesota and wisconsin this morning. temperatures ready of the system across new england are cold. even in new york city, you're at 30 degrees, chilly. 20s for you in boston and burlington, in the teens. you factor in the wind, and some areas feel colder than what the thermometer reads. across parts of the southwestern
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a quick look at political headlines now. our democracy is being stolen. that's what former u.s. attorney general eric holder tweeted out yesterday. he was angry over new voter i.d. laws and long voting lines. twitter users pushed back saying massive voter turnout is a good thing for democracy and i.d. laws are common sense. would you eat ice cream named for hillary clinton? one democratic senator is pitching that idea. california's barbara boxer wants ben & jerry's to make historic raspberry chocolate. this is what it would look like. she even showed it jerry himself. boxer says he'll use his best ice cream judgment. >> he was a sanders guy. >> right. let me tell you what else is going on. it has been donald trump's campaign promise since day one. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern poureder, and i will have -- border, and i
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will have mexico pay for the wall. >> people saying, how would you do that. he's vealing that. and president obama -- he's revealing that. and president obama speaking out on that. >> and peter doocy live in d.c. with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that's right, the thing that made trump so popular initially with primary voters, the wall between the u.s. and mexico, not such a hit with president obama who admit at the white house yesterday he is very familiar with the finer points of trump's plan to make mexico pay for that wall by making it illegal for immigrants in this country to send money to relatives south of the border. >> the notion that we're going to track every western union bit of money being sent to mexico, you know, good luck with that. >> president obama then took his critique a step further, guessing that if people in mexico stopped getting money sent to them by relatives in the states known as remittance s, then the mexican economy would crumble, and even more mexicans
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would enter this country illegally. we also learned yesterday that president obama is apparently talking trump with a lot of world leaders who he says are constantly calling to ask him questions about his proposals that they have heard about. the president said he thinks ted cruz has draconian ideas about immigration but did not mention the other republican running, governor john kasich. the president's remarks about his disagreements with donald trump came just minutes after the president announced new steps his administration is taking to stop american companies from setting up shop overseas for tax purposes. that is somewhat ironic because stopping those corporate inversions is a centerpiece of the trump platform. back to you. >> thanks. one of the reasons why he would stop it is he would stop it because he's going to lower the corporate tax so people wouldn't have an incentive to move over. that would be interesting, rather than punishing people for doing it. >> that should be the top of everyone's list in my opinion. small business, my friends that have small businesses, it's very
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well, it was a very busy night for social media with #wisconsin primary trending on both facebook and twitter. >> what else is trending? clayton morris has the breakdown. you had something ricochetting, votes were being stolen. >> yeah, a fake news story. you say, wait a minute, "breaking bad" is coming back to television? no, trump supporters in wisconsin were seeing their votes switched by mysterious operators over to ted cruz. so the people were panicking and calling up local stations and calling police departments and saying, wait a second, i learned on facebook that my vote was switched to ted cruz. that did not happen. it was a fake news story. one of the abc affiliate said they were flooded with phone calls and they said, no, this is a fake news story.
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it's called united media publishing, fake news site. ignore it. >> like the onion. >> not a reason to call 911. >> no. but cheese might have been last night. >> it's the dairy state. >> of course. so everyone was comparing the candidates to different blocks of cheeses last night. they put up bernie sanders as a block of cheese next to hillary clinton as an imitation choice for cheese. >> cheese whiz? >> today is your day, wisconsin, make a vote for bernie sanders. this was retreated and shared all over social media. >> what is your cheese of choice? >> cheese whiz. directly from the cow to the canister. >> when you're 5 years old that's your favorite. >> anything kraft i like. >> comparing the candidates. last night, donald trump had a bad night not only in wisconsin from the delegate count and voting, but also for supporters checking on social media -- look at this. this was the first time in the entire caucus or primary season that donald trump lost the google search trends last night. >> in wisconsin.
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>> in wisconsin. to ted cruz. but it is a harbinger of things to come in the northeast states. people jumping on social media were more interested in finding out about ted cruz in wisconsin than they were about donald trump. >> that's the question s this race a turning point? we have to see. >> he did -- he did peak at 8:00 p.m. and then donald trump went back back back up again. >> i was surprised it was called so early. >> right. >> it was pretty easy. >> all right, clayton, thank you. >> i left some cheese whiz in the greenroom for you. >> you seem like a velveeta guy. >> anything spreadable. >> he said that donald trump could win wisconsin thanks to his silent majority, but that didn't happen. is trump losing his base? or is this just one fluke of the race? we'll talk to sean duffy. he'll join us live in the next hour. >> and charlize theron complaining about not getting good roles in hollywood because she's too hot.
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nothing works faster stronger or longer what pain? advil. good morning to you. it's wednesday, april 6th. i'm ainsley earhardt. the front-runner falling behind in wisconsin, and ted cruz dominates donald trump declaring the race has been reset. >> tonight is a turning point. it is the rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. >> so is a contested convention now inevitable? meanwhile, on the other side, hillary clinton got burned by bernie in wisconsin. >> please keep this a secret. do not tell secretary clinton, but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> oh, man, if that happened, her goose would be cooked. how worried should hillary be ahead of her home state -- latest home state. >> her goose would be burned. >> absolutely. somebody help. this is an emergency. charlize theron devastated, no one in hollywood will hire her because she's just too hot and tall. >> hmm. breaking news. >> please -- >> get the violin. >> exactly. mornings are better with "friends." >> good morning. if you are just waking up and you don't know the results, we have them for you. let's get right to that top story and an underdog upset in the wisconsin primary. >> yes. spoiler alert. if you're wait -- if you're taping the show and you want to
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watch it later. senator ted cruz and bernie sanders celebrating big victories but the losers had different reactions to the results. >> mike tobin is live in the capital of milwaukee, wisconsin, with the very latest with the very latest on packerpalooza. >> reporter: good morning, gang. the immediate result of the upsets last night is that everybody including governor john kasich is still in the fight. senator ted cruz insisting that what he did last night was defy if media and -- the media and the pundits and he said he'll rack up the 1,237 delegates needed before the gop convention. >> tonight is a turning point. is the rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. of the 17 candidates who started this race, a terrific, talented, dynamic field, five have now endorsed this campaign.
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[ applause ] >> reporter: donald j. trump issued a terse statement that reads in part, ted cruz is worse than a puppet he's a trojan horse. being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from mr. trump. now over on the democratic side, senator sanders riding his momentum racked up his seventh win in eight contests. >> i don't know if the audience here knows it, i don't see any tvs here, but it has been projected by i think all of the networks that we won in wisconsin. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: now the hillary clinton campaign predicted she could lose wisconsin. she took a much more gracious approach than trump, tweeting as follows. congrats to bernie sanders on winning wisconsin. to all the voters and volunteers who poured your hearts into this campaign. and here's little election
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nugget, tiny little efrahm, wisconsin, voted last night to allow booze. >> there you go. times they're achangin'. >> bring in the distillery and some of milwaukee's best. >> there you go. you know, okay, so donald trump finished second yesterday in wisconsin. he knew going in that wisconsin was one of his worst states. surveys in fact going back into the fall showed for the most part that he had support in northern wisconsin but in the reddest counties around milwaukee, not so much. and when you look at the various issues, i mean, what is he number one on? immigration. that finished at only 5% according to the exit polls. you know, also trade and immigration, not big in wisconsin. wisconsin voters said they're concerned about government spending. the economy. and terrorism and on those issues they felt cruz was number one. >> he said he didn't expect to win, he thought he might, but he
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knew he was behind. it was like iowa and wisconsin. cruz won iowa and cruz was supposed to win wisconsin. cruz won by 13 points. the gap was a lot wider than what we were all predicting it was going to be. the question is is this an indication going forward into new york in two weeks or is it just the fact that that's cruz country? >> one off? >> and trump didn't have the smoothest week and it wasn't a state built for him. ted cruz got a republican governor, governor walker with his huge machine. as someone brought up yesterday, i forgot who, if cruz gets the nomination, that was the pairing. >> that was rudy. >> yeah. still a substantial lead for trump 740 to 514 and kasich at 143. he's still trailing marco rubio, so scott rasmussen said let's look what the map has coming up and long term. not that smooth for either
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candidate. >> after new york it goes to other northeastern states. drumg will have -- donald trump will have a couple of good weeks but after that, the map looks very bad. it could be that ted cruz will win in south dakota, montana, and i expect he would win california as well. the reality is, nobody is going to have 1,237 pledged delegates going into the convention. there will be deal making and talk before hand. but the nominee will be either ted cruz or donald trump. all the other talk is just fantasy. >> if you add up all the numbers, trump could pull this out if he gets all of the votes from here on out going into june 7th. >> all the delegates, yes. >> in the 60s -- i think ted cruz might be above 100%. >> 100%. because i added up his numbers, even through every single primary we have left, he can't win. >> and she did it in long hand. >> god bless her.
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>> i did. carried the one. >> can you work on my taxes after the show? >> absolutely. so we asked you, were you cool with the idea of a contested convention? >> were you cool? >> that was the question. herb said this about it. contested conventions are more the rule than the exception. ronald reagan had a contested convention. abraham lincoln had one as well. i heard a statistic i want to say it was on rush limbaugh last week when i was driving around in the car. i think he said of the last ten contested conventions, the people who were the front-runners were only nominated -- i want to say three times. three out of the ten. >> correct. that's correct. >> and steve asked are you cool with it, i said are you groovy with it? if no candidate gets 1,237 it goes to the floor vote. that's the rule. trump doesn't get to demand his own special rules. that's the rule. >> he's right. >> branded in politics, he says it all the time. he can set up an organization. he does it all the time.
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he has some time to set up the organization which he's beginning to do to accumulate delegates along the way and of course in july when we go to the convention. >> so then i asked frank, is this awesome or just a bummer? and he says if the gop wants to keep me in the party then don't fool with cruz or trump getting the nomination. >> okay. >> thanks to all who wrote in. >> so regarding the candidates, you know, and the people who did the voting up in the dairy state of wisconsin, we had the exit pollsters out. and they asked some people out of the polling places who did you vote for and stuff like that? of the women on the republican side, 48% of them voted for ted cruz. donald trump, 35, john kasich at 15. >> i wonder why that is, is it the michelle fields thing that played in there? is it what abortion? or is it just women in that state, they really like ted cruz? i mean, who's to say -- they changed their mind after that. >> next time you go with the
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clipboard and ask them. >> i'd love to do that. i'm fascinated with all this. >> she'd ask you everything. we have this question on the exit polls how worried are you in the direction of the nation? 65% very worried. 29% somewhat worried and 1% freeze get out of my way. >> then they were asked about the feelings about the way that the federal government was working. 56% was dissatisfy and 32% said they were angry. 8% satisfied but not enthusiastic and 2% enthusiastic. so that was like more than 80% saying they weren't happy with the direction of the company. >> i think the headline there is what 2% are enthusiastic about the way that the government is working? >> good point. >> high fives, everybody. >> so this really is the big story. donald trump knew going in that wisconsin was not good for him. hillary clinton is the front-runner on the democrat side. you pick up the papers in new york city she's the one who's going to be the one. she's lost seven of the eight contests to the socialist to
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vermont. >> can you imagine if elizabeth warren was running? who has the same ideology as bernie sanders? she'd be losing right now. >> you know what, bernie sanders is getting the message to his voters and the public in general. hillary clinton has got a problem. him. >> this campaign has won seven out of the last eight caucuses and primaries. with your help on saturday, we're going to win here in wyoming. then we are headed to new york. [ cheers and applause ] please keep this a secret. do not tell secretary clinton, she's getting a little nervous and i don't want her to get more nervous. but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. >> and by the way he won -- >> he's right.
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>> with 56% of the vote as opposed to hillary clinton's 43% of the vote. they'll debate on the 14th and of course -- >> i know this is so different. look at the super delegate count. >> because of the super delegates. >> the super delegates in the darker blue on her column. >> right. that's true. all right. this reminds me though of 2008. i thought she was going to do well and then barack obama comes in. people didn't know much about him and then he obviously wins. i wonder if that's going to happen here. >> for her it was deja vu all over again because barack obama beat her in wisconsin by 17 points. now the socialist from vermont beat her a lot. >> who's earning a lot of money from people around the nation. hi, heather nauert. >> hi, brian kilmeade and hi, steve. >> good not to work to serve breakfast first. >> exactly. i have unbelievable video to show you of an out of control wildfire as it burns in oklahoma and this video shows one man's narrow escape from the flames. watch this.
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the folks do i don't care about ideology, i care about my family, i care about america. leave the ideology aside and fight for me and our country. and that's why you see him getting so much support. not just in wisconsin, but across the country. >> that was republican congressman sean duffy of the state of wisconsin, referring to the so-called silent majority supportering donald trump in wisconsin. so were they last night and what do wisconsin's results mean for trump going forward? joining us right now is congressman sean duffy of wisconsin. good morning to you, congressman. good to see you. what do you make of -- >> good morning, steve. >> what do you make of the result for donald trump yesterday in wisconsin? >> well, if you look at the wisconsin map, he did very well in central and northern and western wisconsin like we anticipated. but we're more rural part of the state. so that wasn't enough votes to carry him across the line. if you look at the wisconsin map, it's the eastern side of
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the state, the more popular side of the state that ted cruz won. this is the home of the wisconsin conservative talk radio. the guys that are part of the never trump movement. and they were -- i mean, really effective in talking about how donald trump wasn't a true conservative and ted cruz was the only one left standing who would carry their conservative principles and ideas to washington should he win. that's how the map kind of broke down. and -- >> okay. >> steve, there's another point in wisconsin. that's a little more wealthy part of the state that eastern side. >> yep. >> our part of the state, they have been left behind in this obama economy. they're concerned about their family and their economics and their paychecks and i think that's why they looked to donald trump and his strong leadership and his ability to lead the economy forward and improve their financial standing. >> okay. going forward, sean, what should trump learn from what happened in wisconsin as he goes forward into pennsylvania and new york state? >> well, if you have a popular
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governor and his reforms are popular, don't hit him. that's stupid. we love scott walker and we love scott walker's reforms. i think that was the biggest point here in wisconsin. that took trump down, which was, you know, he attacked the successful reforms of walker. but moving forward, he has to -- he has to broaden his base. you can't exclude women. stop hitting megyn kelly. stop attacking the female population. you have get more than 35% of the female vote. and you have to broaden your base outside of those who make less than $50,000 a year. you have to broaden your appeal. and donald continues to tell us that he's going to do that. but now is the time. if he's going to actually be successful moving forward. >> right. >> i thought one of the more interesting stories last night was bernie sanders. i mean, he won -- >> lot. >> -- he won all but three counties in wisconsin. the fire and the bern is with bernie moving forward and hillary will have a tough convention. >> you're right about that.
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it is time for your news by the numbers. the delegate addition. here's where the gop race stands going forward. there are 18 states and a total of 810 delegates up for grabs for the republicans. the next contest -- colorado followed by wyoming and then new york. 1,237 that's the magic number needed to secure the republican nomination and there were some crucial states left including the 95 delegates that are up for grabs in the empire state.
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then that's california with 172. brian and bo? >> thanks a lot, ainsley. 24 after the hour. when it comes to bringing down terror groups former detective extraordinaire bo dietl has been under fire for excepts like this. >> these are the same attackers that attacked six months ago in paris. they're within the same block radius. all they had to do was put surveillance on the people over there and they would have found out what's going on. they could have sent in undercovers in there. a lot have criminal record, that these little punks. >> bo dietl said his comments are being misrepresented and he said muslims are the best anti-terrorist deterrents. if you want to crack down in the muslim neighborhood your best asset is? >> the muslim americans. it's the same thing, if we're infiltrating the italian mobsters hanging out in the italian restaurants detain
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undercovers. if i look for the old irish running guns back to ireland i look at the irish. everybody gets politically correct, it's like screeching chalk on a blackboard. don't use the word muslim american with terrorism. that's baloney. the fact is, listen, over in europe we're talking about it now. people are coming into the country through the southern border, people are here. i want to know from the good muslim americans what's going on in the community. and i want them to interact with the police and love the fact that you have more police speaking arabic. uniform -- why not put undercovers to talk to people in communities. hey, you see anything suspicious, see something, say something. why is it fricking politically uncorrect to report these things? >> ted cruz said i want to increase patrols in muslim neighborhoods. >> the way it was said it makes everybody cringe.
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i'm not looking for watchdogs all over muslim communities. i'm looking for te interaction we have when looking for gangs up in east harlem or motorcycle gangs up in the bronx that are causing all kinds of selling guns. you put undercovers. what are you going to use? going to use bo dietl? no, use an african-american or a hispanic to infiltrate. the same with the muslim neighborhoods. if that's a possibility of -- there's a possibility of something happening, where is it going to happen? the blind cleric before 9/11, the first attack in '93 -- >> he was going to blow up all the tunnels. >> i spoke to ray kelly -- with all due respect to bratton, i want to stop before it happened. kelly said there were two incidents where they had interaction, cooperation of two attacks and they stopped it. come on, let's be real. it's coming here. >> you talked about here we go because you have the commissioner of police taking on ted cruz directly as if he was
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running for office. he says i don't want to put my guys who have a muslim background in to mosques. >> why is that? because of the big bird mayor and his today toward anything -- he's progressive. he doesn't want to hear the word muslim terrorist. these are terrorists. if there are catholics blowing up synagogues these are going to be catholic terrorists. terrorist is not a dirty word. if you're a muslim terrorist you're a muslim terrorist. >> you wonder if this commissioner is being held hostage by this mayor, give up his beliefs? >> i don't know. i like bill bratton, but all i can say it's not all about the machine guns in front of penn station and all that. but it's about stopping it before it happens. >> bo dietl, getting some backlash and setting the record straight. read more about it on foxandfriends.com. >> i don't care about the backlash. another crushing blow for hillary clinton. is the inevitable nominee entering panic mode? tucker carlson is here and he
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(doorbell) what's that? swiffer wetjet. so much stuff coming up. this is amazing woah. wow. now i feel more like making a mess is part of growing up. stop cleaning. start swiffering. z . bernie sanders and hillary clinton are meeting for another debate next thursday at the brooklyn navy yard. bernie said he chose it because of the history and hillary likes it because it's poorly lit and close to the east river. [ laughter ] >> the battle for wisconsin, packer packerpalooza, we bring in tucker carlson. you did a great job. >> comfortable here late at night. >> speaking of comfort, how comfortable is hillary clinton right now? you've got bernie sanders, he's
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won seven of the last eight contests. >> it's a remarkable story. and not a strong candidate either. actually, not a guy grounded in the details even of his own programs. he's selling something that i think a lot of conservatives imagined died back in 1991. that's socialist ideology. yet, he's clearly an effective insurgent. here's the problem mathematically. he's much closer to hillary clinton in delegates than most people understand. if you take out the super delegates who are fundamentally a nondemocratic, undemocratic part of this contest, their evidence of the system is rigged, which it is on her behalf, he's fewer than 300 away from her. so we're moving to a crisis of legitimacy on the democratic side and democratic voters may say wait a second. >> the super delegates in her column, they're the darker blue there at the top -- >> they're not so far apart. so at what point do bernie voters realize this is going to be stolen from them in the democratic establishment.
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>> wake up and smell the socialism. >> what i found was interesting, the way that the losers handled the loss last night. hillary clinton congratulated bernie sanders, but then bernie sanders said this in his speech about her. >> this campaign has won seven out of the last eight caucuses and primaries. with your help on saturday, we're gonna win here in wyoming, then we are headed to new york. [ cheers and applause ] please keep this a secret. do not tell secretary clinton, she's getting a little nervous, and i don't want her to get more nervous. but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. >> so some happiness, some pat -- patting each other on the back. so now we look at 1,745 to 1,056. let's look at donald trump.
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there were a couple of polls that showed he was closing the gap from ten to five and one poll said he'd win by ten. he lost, extremely disappointed. here's the statement he released. he said this. ted cruz is worse than a puppet. he's a trojan horse being used by the party, by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination from mr. trump. so that was through a spokesperson. your reaction to his reaction? >> well, i think it's -- it was an odd response. i mean, moments like this call for a magnanimous response, an acknowledgen't of -- acknowledgement of reality. we're going to beat this man in the next state. that's boiler plate for a reason. you say that in order to reassure the voters you understand what happened, message received. i think the trump campaign is giving the sense they're not sort of in tune with what's happening on the ground. there does seem to be self-sabotage going on in the trump campaign. i don't know if it's intentional or not, i'm not a freudian psychiatrist, but something
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going on. >> they knew that wisconsin is not the best state. it's like iowa, that's why scott walker was expected to do well in iowa and he didn't and cruz won. >> coming off two of the worst weeks any candidate i have ever covered ever had. all of that came from the trump campaign. here's the message -- is it republicans are really angry at their political leadership. >> in washington. >> exactly. and if the parties were the officer corps, they would be fraged by their own troops. what's the response to that? republican leaders are still talk about a fresh face, maybe paul ryan will do it. do they understand the gravity of statements like that how counterproductive those are? those are confirmation for the voter that his party has no respect for him. hates him. doesn't care what he thinks. we have 50 state elections and the republican party are saying they don't matter. >> donald trump is still winning but maybe this is an indication
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of what we'll see in the next election. what's your recommendation to him going forward? what does he do need to do differently? >> he's still the prohibitive front-runner. reassure the voters one, that you take this seriously. that you want to win and govern once you do. and two, that you are evolving. candidates change, they need to change. they need to show they're learning and bearing down. learning things. i mean, these are important qualities that voters expect. >> what about the reports that his organization is too lean and there's infighting, too many people getting fired and let go and not getting hired? >> from what i have seen that's true. they are shedding staff when a conventional campaign would be bringing people on. they are an unconventional campaign, and it's worked at this point. when donald trump acknowledges look, i'm at this place because i talked about things nobody else would talk about. i spoke for people who had no voice. that's all true.
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he stop doing it about two weeks ago and began to talk about himself or picking the pointless fights with peripheral fights that got him nothing. get back to the core issues. >> last night was a good night for ted cruz but going forward you've got pennsylvania. you've got new york, you've got delaware, places like that. looks like trump right now is leading. and actually in those states john kasich who many say probably still shouldn't be in the race he'll come in second. >> kasich may come in second but the kasich campaign itself is one of the reasons this whole season happened in the first place. there is no plausible path for john kasich to get the nomination. >> he's the spoiler. >> only by fiat, by appointment, when a bunch of people sit in the room and say, john kasich, you're the man. that's deeply insulting. stop promoting john kasich it offends people. >> what's your advice to john kasich? >> my advice to -- far be it for me to give advice, he could be the nominee, no he couldn't. if this is a democratic process. >> what's your advice to us,
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because we're supposed to toss to heather. do you think we should or keep it here? >> tossing to heather is always the right choice. go ahead and go. >> let's do it democratically. who's in favor of tossing to heather? >> i am. heather nauert, you're a total star, a scholar and an athlete. >> do not drop out, we need you. >> okay, good morning. thanks, tucker. i have some serious news to bring you, coming out of europe right now. a terrifying new report that confirms some serious security lapses along the european borders. the fear that the terrorists are crossing into europe to plan future attacks. a new report from the e.u. reveals that it has no idea how many migrants its member states have actually taken in and they say there's really no way of tracking them either. another big fear is the staggering number of europeans who have travelled to syria to join isis who are now trying to get back into europe. well, back here at home, there is just one way to explain
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how an indianapolis man was able to walk away from this alive. watch. >> i was extremely lucky, man. the timing i think just really helped me. >> wow. lucky and timing. that was 38-year-old mike ford. still in shock after this enormous chipotle sign came crashing down on his top of his car. he somehow managed to walk away with just a gash to the back of head. he said he was leaning down at that exact moment that the bricks fell on top of him. had he been sitting up it could have been worse. glad he's okay. and talk about a bombshell crime. look at this sexy gal right here. a bikini model now facing charges in a $2 million identity theft ring. let -- let's keep watching that. her and her boyfriend are accused of opening up 40 american express platinum cards
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and used them to bank roll trips and fancy shopping sprees which included these bikinis. >> and she almost got away with it. >> yeah. >> all right. and this one is one of hollywood's leading ladies and she is hot. >> wow. you look amazing. and maybe a little uncomfortable. >> i looked like jane austen threw up on me. >> that's charlize theron and she said her good looks are costing her jobs. the oscar winning actress telling british "gq" that pretty people get turned away from roles quickly. >> so wrong. >> yeah. the internet though begs to differ. one twitter user calling her a pretty people activist. another one saying, i suspect it's even harder on uglier actresses. ouch. another one out the door with theron's last remaining fans.
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>> she's been in meetings with the casting directors and they say, we can't hire her. >> she's getting endorsements. >> we have a dr. keith ablow segment coming up. she should call in. >> help me, i'm too attractive. >> all the guys they loved the two stories. they usually -- maybe you're talking a little bit during the headlines, but not today. all eyes on the monitor. >> didn't she win an academy award as a monster, right? >> no "monster's ball" that was halle berry. >> it's called "monster." coming up -- >> where's kevin mccarthy when you need him? >> we're talking about donald trump. he's the leading current candidate, but there's a major curveball that could stop his nomination. and we didn't see this coming. the scandal plagued ex-attorney general held in contempt of
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delegates. those are those delegates who are not by law by party rules having to vote for the person who wins that particular state. and there's about 143 spread around the united states in the republican race. on top of that, there are about 80 rubio delegates who may be unbound as a result of marco rubio stepping out of the race. then perha others. so bound delegate means you have to vote for the person to whom you're pledged for, but in a lot of states, like pennsylvania, like we were talking about before we came on, people will elect a person in that state, donald trump, cruz, john kasich, but all of the delegates are not committed to vote for the person who actually won that state or that district. they make a personal determination at the convention. so there's a lot of movement here. so for cruz, and for trump and
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even kasich in a remote sense, they need to be working on these so-called unbound delegates, people who are not committed to begin with or uncommitted as of the second ballot. it's a primary race, but it's really a secondary race. what happens on the second ballot if you don't win on the first ballot. >> i wonder how often does that happen? if someone who is unbound go into the convention and vote for the candidate that their state didn't vote for? >> well, that's a very interesting issue and a lot of cruz and trump supporters are concerned and upset. is this going to be a reversion to old time politics in the republican party where the so-called establishment, the so-called elites dictate the so-called unbound that they better vote for someone who is acceptable to the washington elites, who's acceptable to the state capitals, who may not be inclined to vote for trump or cruz. and then there's some third person surprise that comes in at
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the time of the convention. so trump and cruz need to mind their ps and qs in terms of working on the unbound delegates and becoming more palatable to the elites, the establishment, the people who run the parties so they can win on a second or third or fourth or fifth or sixth ballot. >> you know, it's going to be an educational experience for all of us. >> you can study it all day. a little nugget. >> thank you for clarifying this for us. peter johnson jr. do you ever hand your kid an ipad to distract them and get them to stop crying? we want to answer no. are you normal or are you nuts? dr. keith ablow is here to answer that next. but first on this day in 1984, kenny loggins was topping the charts with his hit "foot loose." you do all this research on
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am i normal or am i nuts? >> it is normal, and who is nuts? it's the question that we all ask ourselves every now and then, right? >> luckily, we've got psychiatrist and fox news medical a-team dr. keith ablow, joining us live from boston with some answers. good morning. >> do not go alone into the dark night i like to say. i'm here for you. >> how poetic, thank you very much. first question, ainsley. >> all right, the first is my 3-year-old is already addicted to my iphone. he can sit and play games for hours. i'm uncomfortable about it but the games are educational and his reading skills are now pretty advanced. >> at 3? >> what should i do, is this normal?
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>> well, the situation -- we're not going to tell you what the 3-year-old is. the mother is nutty, okay? and the situation is nuts. how did we get to a place -- we got to a place with three hours on an iphone playing games is defensible? this is the personalizing we know for sure, the studies are there, you play games for three hours a day as a kid, you're more subject to anxiety, more subject to depression. have less interpersonal skills. we know these things are addictive. and so the bottom line is, get the kid off the iphone. get a puppy. go outside. >> exactly. >> right? play some lacrosse, football, whatever it is. tennis. >> put down the phone. >> put it down. it's bad stuff. really is. >> all right, here's another one. my in laws gave my kids used toys for their birthdays. while they gave their other grand daughter a generous cash gift. my children are the better
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behaved ones who visit them and the other kid is a brat. normal or nuts? >> totally, totally nuts, right? i mean, these grandparents apparently are trying to convey a message. either they're upset with this person writing in or they're upset with the spouse involved. but they're trying to deliver a message. take the message. you know what? it's such an outrageous dichotomy, it's such a difference that you should say, listen, here are the toys back. we know where the goodwill store is. >> whoa. >> right down the street, we'll go ourself, thank you. on the way out the door. >> i don't want a used eagle eye gi joe. thanks. this political season my sisters are at each other's throats. they can't be in the same room without screaming at each other. are they normal or nuts? >> i know the answer.
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>> totally normal. this is for all the marbles. we may be deciding whether we're gutting a country to speak of. people should be screaming at, not physically, metaphorically. >> totally normal. >> totally normal. >> good to see you. if you want to be a trump supporter, do it at your open peril in california. >> what? [ bleep ]. what [ bleep ]? >> put your sign down. >> dude, just vote for trump. >> didn't like the sign. so where's the tolerance? the social media experiment that turns dangerous straight ahead. you scream, i scream, we all scream for hillary clinton flavored ice cream. what does it taste like? >> what? ♪ ♪
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you and to your family. it's april the 6th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt and the front-runner falters. ted cruz soars through wisconsin, knocking off the gop front-runner, donald trump in that state. >> tonight is a turning point. it is a rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women of wisconsin. to the people of america. >> okay, so the pressure is on. can trump regain his footing or is a contested convention now just inevitable? and the front-runner in trouble on the other side as well. hillary clinton gets burned in wisconsin. >> please keep this a secret. do not tell secretary clinton, but i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. >> should hillary be worried ahead of her home state primary in new york? and who saw this coming, the scandal-plagued ex-attorney general who defended voter
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intimidation tactics and spied on reports before he was held in in context of congress and then he weighed in on the election. i can't wait to hear it. because this day, the day after the primary in wisconsin, are better with "friends." well, you know what, we thought this morning things could be clearer, but that's not the case. today, we're talking chaos. let gets to to our top story -- let's get to our top story, underdog upset on both sides in wisconsin. >> both ted cruz and bernie sanders celebrating big wins, but the losers had different reactions to the result. >> mike tobin made note of that mike, i'm going to toss to you in milwaukee. >> reporter: well, on a rainy wednesday morning the upsets
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means that everyone is still in the race. senator ted cruz saying that he defied the media and pundits who predicted that wisconsin would go well for donald trump. he says he's on his way to get the 1,237 delegates before the convention. >> tonight is a turning point. it is the rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women of wisconsin to the people of america. of the 17 candidates who started this race, a terrific, talented, dynamic field, five have now enforced this campaign. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: donald j. trump not magnanimous, and part of the statement reads as follows. ted cruz is a trojan horse being used by the party bosses attempting to steal the nomination mr. trump. on the democratic side, senator sanders riding his momentum, racked up the seventh win in eight contests. >> i don't know if the audience
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here knows it, i don't see any tvs here, but it has been projected by i think all of the networks that we won in wisconsin. >> reporter: now the hillary clinton campaign predicted she could lose wisconsin and she took a much more gracious approach than trump tweeting as follows. congrats to bernie sanders on winning wisconsin and all voters and volunteers who poured your hearts into this campaign. back to the republican side, a chief strategist for governor john kasich said that the results mean no one will get the 1,237 delegates and we're headed for a contest in cleveland. back to you in new york. >> thank you very much, mike tobin, live on the streets of milwaukee. all right. i looked at the real clear politics surveys over the last six months or so, because remember six months ago scott walker was way ahead in his home
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state for a long time and then it switched and started to get kind of mixed up. ben carson won for a couple of weeks, donald trump won for a couple of weeks and ted cruz has won for a month or two although as brian pointed out earlier there was that outlier poll by arg, the day before the polling that showed that donald trump was up by ten. that was not accurate. >> right. >> yeah. 51-38 was the difference. >> you might be waking up and saying wisconsin is small state, doesn't really matter, but it does really matter going forward. is this an indication of what we'll see in the next states to come? you know in new york, there are a lot of delegates up for grabs. there's 95 republican delegates then in june, 172 delegates in california. look at the count right now. donald trump's got 740. cruz has 514 and kasich has 143. >> what donald trump has to do, this is a home game for him. bernie sanders and senator hillary clinton, they all live in new york. that's where the circus stops. although they're going to wyoming on the democratic side to do a caucus there. so i think that it's very
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interesting to see if donald trump can get over 50% and walk away with all 95. if he wins new york and under 50% he'll be dividing up the delegates. >> plus, wisconsin is much different than new york. wisconsin is a very conservative state. new york, more moderate. >> 100%, yeah. >> but the congressman sean duffy from the great state of wisconsin was with us a while ago. he had essentially a checklist for donald trump on how to win going forward. the congressman said this. >> he has to broaden his base. you can't exclude women. stop hitting megyn kelly. stop attacking the female population. you have to get more than 35% of the female vote and you have to broaden your base outside of those who make less than $50,000 a year. you have to broaden your appeal and donald continues to tell us he's going do that, but now is the time if he's to be successful in moving forward. >> he said, don't go after our governor either. he went after scott walker.
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>> he went after nikki haley in south carolina and this didn't hurt him. >> right. but scott walker would have won -- what your point you said before. scott walker even though he didn't last past iowa if you put him into wisconsin he would have won. that's how popular he was. are you all right? >> there are people waving behind you. >> okay. >> he was not listening to what you were saying. >> remind me to give him more ritalin, because we have to get him focused. >> there's somebody jumping up and down behind you. it's hard not to notice. >> we worship, you oh, brian. >> bernie sanders is jumping up and down, and he goes i won seven of the last eight. >> he was excited. as he should be. out of the last seven elections he's won six of them. clinton has 1,743 and clinton
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has 1,056 and california, 475 democratic daepgs are -- delegates are up for grabs. so they're very close. >> do you know who has the energized voters? the under 30 voters. he won 5 to 1. hillary won among african-americans but they only make up one-tenth the population of the great state of wisconsin. bernie also won the blue collar, the rural. and he benefitted from the fact that it was an open convention where independents and even republicans could vote for somebody else. and he won a quarter -- more than a quarter of the democratic voter and he won 40% of the independents. >> he points he does better against donald trump than hillary clinton head to head. tucker carlson said this before he left. >> he's clearly an effective insurgent. but here's the problem mathematically. he's much closer to hillary clinton in delegates than most understand. if you take out the super
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delegates who are fundamentally a nondemocratic, undemocratic part of this contest, their evidence is rigged on her behalf, he's 300 away from her. so at what point do the bernie voters wake up and realize this is going to be stolen way from them by the democratic establishment? >> so funny because that's what's people on the republican side are saying, look, if it goes to an uncontested convention, it might get stolen from donald trump or ted cruz. >> i wonder if she's worried about it, like in 2008. >> they have to find some way, hillary clinton to get her win and keep bernie sanders involved. because he's only -- as she points out now, he's -- he's only been a democrat for ten minutes. he's normally an independent who caucuses with the democrats.
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>> they haven't paid a lot of the taxes, and he wants 90% of your paycheck. >> he's going to give you free everything. who doesn't want free everything? we all want free stuff. >> at least a discount. >> it's just not possible. let's hand it over to heather nauert. >> good morning. we were in wisconsin, all the democrats were behind bernie sanders. i didn't find a single one for hillary clinton and that's interesting. i have some headlines to bring you. did you know our democracy is being stolen? that is what former u.s. attorney general eric holder tweeted out. he's angry over new voter i.d. laws and long lines. twitter users are pushing back. voter i.d. protects against our democracy. and wisconsin saw the largest voter turnout since 1980 yesterday. nice job there. one of the largest messaging apps is making ittizier for -- making it easier for terrorists to communicate. whatsapp has more than 1 billion
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>> the huskies going undefeated, winning their fourth consecutive ncaa title. they cruised by the syracuse orange 82-51. it's the 11th championship for the coach gino our? ya. well done. those are your headlines. >> ladies, uconn do it. year after year after year. that's great. >> elementaall right. the polls predicted that cruz and sanders would win, and they were right on the money. this is part of a greater trend against trump? larry sabato looks into his crystal ball coming up. >> he's a doctor. and you scream, i scream, we all scream for hillary clinton's ice cream. and one member of congress wants to make it a reality. who says they can't get anything done? i have asthma...
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director for the university of virginia division of politics. he's getting this morning because his crystal ball predicted that donald trump would get 35% in wisconsin. we'll go to the tote board, you were right on the nose. how'd you do it? >> well, we used demographics instead of polls for one thing. you know, we're at the point in this contest, in this gop contest, and even the democratic one, where we have a pretty good idea of which groups from state to state vote for which candidate. and if you plug in the numbers of the percentages from each of those demographic groups you can come reasonably close to the percentage that each candidate is expected to get. and trump got exactly what he was expected to get and we'll do the same -- will do the same thing for forthcoming primaries. >> on the democratic side, bernie sanders beat hillary clinton by close to 13% as well. you saw this coming too. >> yes. well, wisconsin was going to be -- i think inevitably a good
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state for bernie sanders. it's perfect for him. it's very substantially white on the democratic side. the voters on the democratic side are very liberal. there's even a socialist tradition in some of the cities there. you know that, steve. you have looked into living in some of those cities for that very reason. >> yeah, funny. this is -- you know, as hillary clinton wakes up, this is a bad spell for her. she has lost seven of the last contests to the socialist from vermont. she is supposed to be the one who is a slam dunk. >> you know, i assume that somebody in her campaign is analyzing why it is that with all of her advantages, she cannot shake a 74-year-old socialist. this is bad news. now, in addition to that, and i think this is the really important point, it's not that
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he's not going to get the nomination, steve, he is not. she is. but the more delegates what these gets, the more primaries that he wins, the more demands this large group of sanders delegates is going to make before and at the convention. demands for platform planks. i have already heard some of the sanders delegates are going to insist that sanders be the vice presidential candidate. how is she going to deal with this? is she going to leave philadelphia limping or with somehow a united party? it's a big problem. >> absolutely. that's a problem. because he would -- she would never make him the vice president. not in a million years. >> that's right. >> let's look ahead to new york. this is where bernie sanders was born here. hillary clinton is the -- is a former senator from here although she's really from another state. arkansas and also illinois. but this is where donald trump was born and this is where he got famous and made all his money. >> yeah. we have all of these home grown
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candidates coming in in new york and my guess is that clinton will end up beating sanders. on the republican sidei think it's a question of the margin by which trump wins. our early projections are that he will get over 50% of the vote and be able to get all of those delegates. but cruz has gotten new momentum coming out of wisconsin. can it last two weeks? you know? this has been a ping-pong battle all along. and it probably will continue to be. plus in our age, two weeks is an eternity. you know, this crazy race there are bound to be other things that happen in between this primary that happened last night and new york's in two weeks. >> larry, real quickly, it does look as if donald trump may fall short of that 1,237 number of delegates. which means it's going to be let's make a deal in the weeks before the convention. >> and you have just said what a lot of analysts forgot to say last night and this morning.
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we're focusing now on the six weeks between the end of the primaries, june 7th, and the beginning of the republican convention on july 18th. in my view, that's when the decision's going to be made. delegates that are unpledged will be wooed, deals will be made. that's shocking i know. maybe tickets will be formed. that may be how some delegates are moved. >> stand by for the wooing. all right, larry sabato joining us live from virginia, thank you. >> thank you, steve. >> all right. always a pleasure. coming up, if you want to be a trump supporter you might have to do it at your own peril in california. >> what? >> [ bleep ] the sign down, man. put the [ bleep ] sign down. >> dude, just vote for trump. >> dude, he doesn't like that sign, where's the tolerance here? the man behind that social media experiment that turned violent. and the pc police meet the fashion police. gap forced to pull this ad because some say apparently that is racist.
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some quick headlines for you. insane road rage near miami. look at this. where a car tries to run a motorcycle off the road. >> whoa. >> the car is seen swerving trying to cut off the motorcycle for several miles. even at high speeds and driving against traffic. the motorcycle eventually outruns the car. amazingly no one is hurt. a man is thrown from his suv during a dramatic police chase in missouri. dash cam video caught the crash and in a matter of seconds the police officer is forced to go from law enforcement mode to life saving mode.
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he started cpr and he saved the person's life. all right. lately we have seen more and more trump protests get out of control, so who are the real aggressors here? we may have some answers, finally. look at this youtube social experiment to see how people react when faced with a trump or a sanders sign. >> hey, man, [ bleep ] you. you're getting pretty violent. >> put the [ bleep ] sign down, man. >> dude, just vote for trump. >> [ bleep ]. >> just vote for trump. all you have to do is vote for trump. >> [ bleep ]. >> why? >> [ bleep ] racist. are you a racist? >> i'm not a racist. i like his economic policies. >> you have to vote for donald trump. >> thumbs up. as soon as i put up that bernie sign, the middle finger goes to
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thumbs. >> and joey salads is joining us from los angeles. you went out with the sign that said trump. you didn't provoke anything. you held it and you got what kind of an answer? >> people freaked out on me. >> why? >> they gave me a lot of middle fingers. they tried to assault me because they think that trump is racist and a bigot and a fascist and that was the main answers i got from these non-trump supporters. >> where were you? >> it was in north hollywood. >> were you fearful? i'm watching these videos and i'm thinking, oh, my gosh, you're putting yourself in a very dangerous situation. >> by holding a sign. >> i know, by holding a sign. so many people went after you. were you scared? >> i wasn't scared because like two months ago i got in the ring with a bull and i got hit by a bull, so this is nothing. >> but then at the end of the video, you do say, all right, enough is enough. i'm done with this. >> yeah.
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>> oh, yeah. i mean, it was fun and all to a certain extend just because it's an adrenaline rush. kind of like a thrill, you know, doing these videos. but, yeah, i just felt like at that point i had all the footage i needed to make a point. >> well, the footage tells the story. my analysis of it is it's not the trump supporters who are the agitators and the troublemakers at these event, it's the anti-trump people causing the problems. that accurate? >> yes. i did this video randomly on the street, just to get the passersby reaction to a trump supporter. and the reason why i came up with this video is because i see all on the news that anti-trump protesters are blocking streets. holding up ambulances. stepping on flags. crashing trump rallies and then the trump supporters get blamed for everything. it makes no sense. >> what's your message to donald trump? >> keep doing what he's doing. >> but what about the division
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here? because the other flip side, the analysis, some people could take from this video is a lot of people don't like him. >> oh, yeah. a lot of people, they hate him. but i feel line -- i feel that come from the twisted headlines and the media warping whatever he says into something negative. i don't want to say it, but there's a lot of dumb people out there who don't read past the headline and they don't create opinions for themselves. >> like the guy who said he's racist and you asked why and he couldn't give you examples. >> yeah, i got called racist by plenty in this video and i have plenty of black friends. i'm no racist. >> well, we were able to gauge the reaction. joey salads, thank you very much. provocative. >> thank you. coming up on a wednesday, the front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton turn out to be losers last night in
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establishment politics and establishment economics. i think the people of this country ready for a political revolution. and if you ignore what you hear on corporate media, the facts are pretty clear. we have a path toward victory. a path toward the white house. >> all right. ted cruz and bernie sanders, winning the battle in the badger state last night. final results for gop 48 for -- 48% of the vote for ted cruz. and donald trump took 35% and kasich with 14%. on the democratic side, bernie sanders beat hillary by 56% of the vote. so he's on a bit of a roll. not unexpected for either to win. here to react and find out where we go from here is our panel.
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lisa boothe and matt welch he works for "reason" magazine. he's been up all night and jessica tarlov. let's start with bernie sanders. we know about the super delegate and the delegates. how much is bernie sanders pumped up right now? >> so much of the momentum is with his campaign, but the numbers aren't with him and the math isn't there. and what they're doing now, they have made it clear their strategy is to deny her the nomination with delegates and then try to get super delegates to switch for him. as happened in '08. but it's a different story because barack obama came in as the front-runner and bernie sanders is never going to be the front-runner in this race so i think it's a much more difficult argument to make. >> "the new york times" said they blew it -- >> i have no idea why they allowed that to happen or had the conversations. they were lamenting what could have been. >> while they were in the middle of a race. >> well, they're doing better
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than they ever have been doing. it made no sense. >> like the mets talking about what went wrong, they're 1-1. matt welch, let's talk about this because bernie sanders not only has a lot of power come the convention he's barely a democrat. he's been doing this for a few weeks. he's an independent. >> well, this shows what we have come to see in american politics over the last four, eight, ten years which is that the market share of both democrats and republicans, people who self-identify as both, has shrunk during this time. that's a palpable -- people who self-identify as democrats is up around 75 right now, that creates instability and dynamism there so people who are perceived as outsiders have a good chance inside the parties. >> hillary clinton cannot start thinking for the -- about the november, because she's still got to spend to beat bernie sanders. that's not good.
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no matter how you spin it. >> what we're seeing is the liberal enthusiasm is with bernie sanders and the liberal establishment is with hillary clinton. he's gotten seven out of the last eight contests and for trump and hillary clinton is about changing ting thor narrat because ted cruz tried to make wisconsin as a referendum on new york and similarly for hillary clinton coming off the string of losses she needs a strong showing in new york to try to change the narrative as well. >> right. that's absolutely true. but keep in mind, i thought it was interesting that ted cruz went more after hillary than after trump. usually we got personal. not this time. >> seems like he's trying to give the perception's going to be around in the general election. he's trying to galvanize the forces and say, i'm the anti-trump candidate. >> i know people want to look at what the next speech is sand the next primary is. but i want to go behind the scenes. matt, there's a sense that the infrastructure is not there for donald trump. that when he leaves the state he doesn't leave an infrastructure behind. and trying to get delegates he doesn't have a group yesterday. they are too streamlined. too late to bulk up?
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>> it's never too late to bulk up, but he manages his own brand. he does that very, very successfully but that's a limited skill. every stray delegate is going to ted cruz. they're organizing to get them. so that makes new york potentially trump's waterloo. right? because trump if he doesn't get to 1,237 i don't think he gets this nomination. that's not true for ted cruz. if ted cruz gets a plurality, but not 1,237, then he becomes the choice of people who don't like trump. >> but there's still a few months until july and we still have a guy with 1 billion bucks who the write the checks to get the top people in to organize on the delegate side. >> and brian, look at someone like donald trump and ted cruz, someone like lindsey graham part of the establishment has said that picking between the two of them is like getting shot or poisoned. so i think the support going to be interesting depending on what happens with cruz or trump. >> reince priebus i know on the -- reince priebus he said, stop the paul ryan talk.
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the candidate will be one of the three. is that smart to do? >> i think it is. we were talking about this earlier, i think that he's correct actually and i tend to not think that he's usually going to be right. i believe it will be ted cruz instead of donald trump. >> wow. that would be because more than likely he's not the front-runner going in. you agree? >> yeah. no way you can have some outsider come in. there would be a massive revolt. there will be a massive revolt, but it will be even larger if it was a third person. >> at least it doesn't have to be a mass revolt. >> the republican party is engulfed in flames and you're adding kerosene to the fire if you bring in a white horse. >> you guys okay, do you need a permission note? i have to toss to heather. great job, panel. >> thanks so much, brian. good morning. got a tragic story to bring you. it shows an officer's restraint. he dared the officer to kill him. watch this. >> i'm going to pat you down.
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>> kill me, kill me now! >> shots fired, shots fired. get down! get down! >> oh, wow. dramatic. well, this ohio police officer is now being praised for his restraint. a murder suspect pulls a knife on that police officer and then tells that officer repeatedly to use deadly force to kill him. the officer firing one shot, he wounded the man. and amazingly stands his ground for two minutes until backup arrives and arrests the suspect. the officer did what he was trained to do. would you eat an ice cream named after hillary clinton? one democratic senator is pitching the idea. california's barbara boxer wants ben & jerry's to m
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raspberry chocolate ice cream. she even showed it to jerry himself. boxer says jerry assured her he'll use his best ice cream judgment, but remember they have already made a flavor for bernie sanders. they have bernie's yearning, really? okay, i think i'll pass. a teenager's quick thinking saved his basketball coach's life. baseball rather. the coach in arizona started to have a massive heart attack and stopped breathing and that's when the 13-year-old nathan boxer jumped into action. >> okay. you need to wash your hands and start pushing on his chest. >> what a brave young guy. the coach isaac heinrich will make a full recovery. he posted this picture on instagram calling bowyer his guardian angel and he thanked god for guiding him in life. do you think that's anything wrong with this ad? the pc police are upset about it and they are now calling on the gap to pull the kids' clothing
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ad. the photo shows a black girl next to the white girl and the white girl is resting her hand on the top of the black girl's head and they're adopted sisters. they were called racist and gap apologized. the photo is still up. here's an ad from july 2015. nobody thought this was a problem when the rules were reversed. what do you think of that? and those are your headlines. >> you know what, heather? we have a million folks on the e-mail machine. kareem says, as an african-american, i'll admit i'm offended that this picture is even an issue. move along. >> sylvester says, pictures tell stories too. it's either an innocent photo pose or an indirect way of showing suppression by one race on another race. >> okay. what else do you think? e-mail us at foxandfriends.com. it's been a centerpiece of his campaign since day one.
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either clinton or sanders, he says it's because he hasn't had a chance to study either of their positions too closely. but, he has apparently had time to study donald trump's plan for building a border wall between the u.s. and mexico. especially how to pay for it. in part, by establishing a new rule that would outlaw remittances or the wiring of money from immigrants in the states to relatives back home in mexico until mexico writes a wall for the full construction costs somewhere between 5 and $10 billion. after reading up on trump's plan, the president is calling it half baked. >> the notion that we're going to track every western union, you know, bit of money that's being sent to mexico, you know, good luck with that. >> the president predicted that if he's -- if the cash transfers become illegal, it would be so bad that more mexicans would get
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desperate and more would end up sneaking across the border, exasperating the immigration crisis here. and world leaders he said are questioning him about wacky proposals put forth by donald trump and ted cruz whose immigration ideas he called draconian. he singled out cruz and trump, but john kasich's name did not come up as the president stepped into the briefing room to comment on the republican primary process yesterday. back to you. >> all right, peter, thank you so much. >> he loves talking about republicans. and the wall. and mocking them. >> yeah. that's an interesting proposal though. i mean, if you were to turn off the money from this country to that country, what would happen? >> it would be -- they would definitely get their attention and he talked about who would pay for the wall and how mexico would pay for the wall in "the washington post." >> i read something else he's
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asking for a one-time only payment of $10 billion from mexico and we'll let the transfers continue. >> like a balloon payment. >> we know what mexico thinks about this. remember what he said? >> the ex-president -- >> the ex-president. >> all right. meanwhile coming up on a wednesday, trump is man with a message so where did he go wrong in wisconsin? the exit polls may have an answer. and nothing wrong about bill hemmer. he worked all night, he was on his board looking at wisconsin. how are you? >> we're still standing. martha wrote this, i'm going to read it. wisconsin in the rearview mirror, bernie sanders and ted cruz are looking ahead. we'll show you the numbers, how it shakes out with byron and wallace and stirewalt on the campaigns. where are we today, america? don't move, we will join you next.
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we have been talking about cruz and sanders. their big victories in wisconsin all morning long. but why did voters cast their ballots the way they did? and what will this mean for the path ahead? pollster and partner at maslansky & partners, lee carter, she is here to break down the exit polls. when folks are walking out of the polls there in wisconsin, you were asking them questions and -- or someone was. >> yeah. >> they asked them about the women voters. what do women -- who do women vote for and what did you find? >> women voted for ted cruz. no surprise here, but it is surprising if you imagine six months ago that we were talking about women voters going to cruz, everybody would have laughed you off the stage. because they would have said there's no way, ted cruz was one of the least likable candidates
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by women. now he's done a huge pivot. he's really started to message to women. he's a champion of women, he's brought on all kinds of stories about his mother, about his wife, about what he'll do for women, what women mean to this country and what we'll do for them. it's been a phenomenal turn around. of course he's benefited from what trial has done over the last two weeks, the abortion thing, and the michelle fields, those have hurt him. but to take home 48% of the women's vote is a surprise to cruz. >> it's surprising to see what trump will do to get that woman vote back. >> it is. >> what about political experience? when people were asked if political experience means anything to you, who did they pick? >> 68% of people said experience matters, and they went for cruz. he's only 45 years old. he's very much like obama was in 2008 and a lot of people said somebody with that kind of
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experience doesn't have enough, a junior senator. that's what's gotten to ted cruz and people said that's the experience we're looking for. the experience is important. that's not a lot of the electorate. >> a lot of people are anti-establishment. we have seen that over the last few months. when they asked which democratic candidate is honest and trustworthy, what did you find? >> this is a big problem for hillary clinton. when you look at the numbers 83% said honest and trustworthy, sanders. only 16% went for hillary clinton. it has been state after state after state. we have seen this number, 80% for sanders, 90% for sanders and hillary has low numbers here. it's an issue she's got to address. at the end of the day if you want to be motivated to go you have to trust somebody to pull that lever. >> lee carter, thank you for being with us. very interesting. stay with us. we have more "fox & friends" coming up. allergies with nasal congestion?
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will hire her. apparently because she's too hot, too attractive. and she's too tall and blonde. we asked you what you thought and you said this. >> safa said life is hard for her and maybe we ought to start a kickstarter fund for her. >> help the pretty. bill: where are we this morning? senator cruz calls it a turning point. with his win in wisconsin, is it enough? martha: ted cruz won the badger state by 13 points. ted cruz will pick up the lion's share of the 42 delegates, making donald trump's road to the nomination

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