exception? >> i think there are several of these. conveniently it is the african-american vote. there is a delicate dance tweelg between parties and state legislatures. when they are dominated by one party and they're working with that party -- >> and it is only evil when republicans do it. >> no. >> unfortunately we don't. it is time for "the five." hello. i'm greg gutfeld with kimberly, and a match box it's a hs her credenza. >> you don't know what that is? the lion's king got the lion's share. >> tonight is a turning point. it is a rallying cry. it is a call from the hard working men and women from wisconsin to the people of america. of the 15 candidates who started this race. a terrific talented dynamic field. five have now endorsed this
campaign. we've got the full spectrum of the republican party coming together and uniting behind this campaign. >> so how did trump lose this bad? the same reason he's been doing so good. make valid points and reach millions. but it is the same bull headedness that is resisting a change in the course. trump has earned the loyalty of many but he is squaunldering it. he keeps making supporters scramble and backtrack. has there ever been a candidate who needs so many volunteer spokesmen? and as brilliant a marketer as he is, he really misread how to scale his market beyond a narrow market. ignoring the guardrails of criticism. too many yes men ends in a sound no from everyone else. >> let's go to his concession speech.
oops, he didn't give one. rather than saying something him br and funny, he release ad weird angry statement. his message, nothing is ever his fault and he calls cruz a trojan horse. but that's someone who acts one way to get in and acts another way after like telling people you'll deport millions ask then winking at the press. his reactions are impulsive. wisconsin isn't the end and it could be a new beginning for trump. right now, old trump can't win the general. but maybe new trump can. he'll need help and not from the usual suspects. >> all right. is this a turning point for mr. cruz? >> that's what he called it. he gave a speech in which he finally started to say that he had a general election message. he ended by saying hillary clinton, here we come. he was able to take a deficit to
donald trump in february and turn that around to very significant win yesterday in wisconsin. a couple things i noticed in the exit polls. for the first time in the contests, cruz beat trump among noncollege degree holding and blue collar voters. they had all gone to trump. the other thing that cruz was able to pick up last night in wisconsin that he didn't have elsewhere was somewhat conservative. very conservative have mostly been with him. he also added somewhat conservative tom to his win. i don't know if he can keep it going but the momentum felt like it was on his side. >> i would say you hedged your bets. you're saying he could come back from this? he is still the front-runner. >> if he can do what he needs to do, get over 50%, that will be very strong positioning for him as well. pennsylvania, california, there's still a lot of play left
here. perhaps maybe a concession speech done in the right way would have been helpful but right now it is all about focusing on strategy. what you need to do going forward. in the meantime, there is still some carcass with some meat on it. he is picking it clean and getting more delegates and he is saying, that's what i'm going to do. that is his strategy. in the end, all the delegates will matter. it will be a numbers game down to the finish line. what i see with new york especially, if kasich and cruz can work together in some meaningful way to be able to prevent donald trump for getting the 50%, that will be helpful ultimately to cruz. >> what do you think? does he need to challenge his strategy? >> no. he's winning. so in your monologue you said he leaves his supporters needing to scramble and explain. do you realize 21 million votes
have been cast on the gop side? 8.3 million have been cast for donald trump? that means 8.3 million people, you just said, i guess say need scramble and explain. i think they might beg to differ with you. trump is getting 39% of the vote. cruz is getting 30% of the vote. trump is getting 45% of the delegates. cruz is getting 32% of the delegates. the guy is still winning and as kimberly astutely points out, i am a 19, he might end up with 95. all of them in new york. and a week later, 175 delegates. he is winning in every state according to real clear politics. so re-evaluate that after. so if he come out with substantially fewer delegates than what it looks like now, then maybe yeah. maybe you have to go very hard june 7th in california.
>> it's not that he needs the air time but i think it would have looked good. and he had a real message. his real message afterwards came in that, i guess it was an e-mail in which he said, he sent the letter out. he thought that cruz was not just a puppet but a trojan horse for the gop establishment. if he wants to make that case, he can make it. there is a lot to be said about the kind of super pacs that came in to support ted cruz in wisconsin. so i think there is a legitimate argument. it made it look as if his mouth had sour grapes in it and he was staying away from the cameras. i think the key point for me is it will be harder to get the 1327, the number needed to achieve outright victory before the convention. this makes it more likely we'll have an open convention. and then you'll be in for all kinds of shenanigans, as eric regularly points out. so what happened is cruz doesn't have a chance to win outright.
but he is now, he and the republican establishment succeeded in blocking, stop donald trump at all costs. stopped in wisconsin. i don't think they can stop him. i don't think they can stop him in new york. i don't think they can stop him in what they call a card here on the east coast. we did see today in polls ted cruz is up 20 points on national polls. so maybe people, maybe the two-thirds of republicans who don't vote for donald trump are coalescing. will cruz be that unity candidate? >> 70% are not voting for ted cruz. who are not voting for is such a misnomer. whatever. why say they stopped donald trump with 42 delegates when you have 300 delegates coming up in a couple weeks that are heavily in favor? that's the argument.
>> that is, the demographics in wisconsin should have been helpful to donald trump. >> why? >> the working class. >> they were the same demographics as michigan. if you look down. do you want to disagree with me? because that's accurate. >> wisconsin is a very liberal state. >> not among republicans. >> in michigan if you look at the income level. the number of people who were $100,000 or less annual salary, it is the same. evangelicals, the same. the a month ago, it was that they would do well in the rust belt states. that could have actually been true in wisconsin. but something did happen between february and last night. and trump had been up in the polls over cruz by 8 to 9. and that flipped in april. yes, that might show that you
need a change. when you're a lifelong republican, you've always voted republican. you want so much to win the white house next year. you're looking at electability. cruz won that last time last night as well. because rubio had won before. there was a report yesterday in politico that that were not just valid by the trump campaign about a lack of infrastructure and campaign stats in key states like ohio. which is a must-win state. you have to be able to run a good campaign in those key states and you can't turn it on in august. you have to be there every single day. if the election come down like it usually does, to ohio, you have to be in. there so i think there are changes that the trump campaign needs to make. and i think trace gallagher tonight has a report that there are rumors that there are staff going to be added. >> before you get to the
general. don't forget the hunt for those uncommitted delegates among republicans. so cruz is out there in that contest because he has the staffing infrastructure right now. he has people on the ground. they're going after the uncommitted delegates. trump is losing in states where he won the majority of the vote. he is losing delegates. >> there is a good reason to back and support ted cruz and other reasons to back and support ted cruz. our friends glenn beck, mark levine, are backing him because they like his conservatism. they like his message. that's the reason to back ted cruz and i would agree with that. this whole idea of backing ted cruz so youett get to the contested convention is the wrong reason to back ted cruz. you're dividing the republican party and it will only guarantee or seriously assist the hillary clinton poetus 45 by doing so.
who do you think hillary clinton would most want to run against now? just four months ago, january, february, the hillary campaign was saying we dome want to run against trump. now they've change their tune because it shows she would beat him by 11 points. theon person she would lose to, compared to cruz and even kasich. so i think there's a point to be made on the general election thing. if you are glenn beck or anyone, to say i want to preserve the chance to win. that would be another reason to support someone to beat her. >> to back cruz? >> is glenn beck -- are glenn beck and mark now considered establishment? it has become meaningless. >> i clearly defend -- >> the karl roves, lindsey
grahams, the other people who are high of long establishment in d.c. will back him. lindsey graham said he wouldn't help him if ted cruz was choking on the senate floor. >> you're talking about people coalescing with their nose pinched saying i'll do it. i don't want the alternative. >> why isn't that a good reason? it is a perfectly good reason. it is a strategy to get to a convention to have it convention. to have someone more electionable in a general. that may be happening. there are a the love articles written about this. this is a job that they'll use them to get them into the convention and then put forward someone else like a paul ryan or who knows? we have to go. hillary clinton lost again to bernie sanders who took some new swims at him today. the secretary versus the socialist. ahead.
victory. he is now more confident than ever that he can pull off an upset in clinton's home state of new york in two weeks. listen. momentum is starting there campaign 11 months ago. the media determining that we were a fringe candidacy. momentum is starting the campaign 60 to 70 points behind secretary clinton. within the last couple of weeks, there have been national polls which have had us 1 point up or 1 point down. i believe we've got an excellent chance to win new york and a lot of delegates in that state. >> today front-runner cast doubt on sanders' qualifications, arguing he hasn't done his homework. she's hoping voters would agree. >> i think that what he has been
saying about the core sloo in his campaign doesn't seem to be rooted in an understanding of either the law or the practical ways you get something done. and i will leave it to voters to decide who of us can do the job that the country needs, who can do all aspects of the job. both on the economic domestic issues and on national security and foreign policy. >> all right. can you fill us in? what are the democrats thinking? >> well, everybody is do you meaning delegates. republicans and democrats. and last night, sanders got 45 delegates. you hear all this talk. no, clinton got 31 delegates. so in terms of the absolute numbers, not much of a catch-up by bernie sanders last night. but what bernie sanders is talking about, momentum, that's very real. bernie sanders not only momentum in terms of winning, in terms of money. remember, he outspent hillary
clinton. i think by more than $1 million in wisconsin. he is coming into new york. he will appeal to those young people who are so passionate. what will happen to the minority voters? he lost them in wisconsin. but it is a very white and liberal, heavily liberal state. kimberly was telling me. the voters, they said bernie is about right. >> aept% -- >> we had it. i can pull it up here. we missed you last night on election night coverage. so voters thought he was just about right when it came to being liberal enough. 63%. 8% said he is not liberal enough. >> so scary. so scary. >> so that's present wonderful for dairy land. but it won't happen in new york. not with wall street right here. people think he is pretty liberal, if not a socialist.
so i think it is a different equation. the ads are coming in. the passion is coming in. you'll have all the hollywood celebrity times. it will be interesting. do i think he can win here? today is april 6th, my grandson's birthday. happy birthday, ely. but i don't think he can win here. >> does she have enough left over affection and appeal from her time as senator here? regardless of the other things she's done, do the democrats like her? >> she certainly has enough people that she's had influence with and developed relationships with. they'll come out to support her. she'd better not lose new york. i mean, that's a huge problem. how do you lose when you're a senator here? you saw what happened with marco rubio with florida. she has to do well here. that's why she packed up and left the cheese state and went to brooklyn before the votes
were even cast in wisconsin. she was leading the leaves there. she's got to attack him. she's got to go art of war and chop this guy up. he was supposed to be out of it already by now. it was kind of a joke. it was a saturday night live thing. not so funny anymore. he appears to have momentum and more stamina and in terms of the key demographic, he is motivated followers out there that want to be behind him. and he has more cash. >> should he change the way he attacks her? >> here's what i think is happening. although bernie sanders had a big win on the number of votes, he had very, very miniscule moving up. and i think it was 10. i think it was only ten additional, what i do know is she only needs 32% of the vote going forward. 32% of the delegates going forward. it is basically in the bag for her. especially when you turn to the northeast where the black vote
is much more substantial than a state like wisconsin. >> or california. i think bernie keeps playing the likable guy. and in the event, as unlikely it is a may be, if she gets indicted, he steps in and he's the hero. the democrat that no one can take down. >> interesting. let me ask you about national security. earlier today he was asked by a reporter what he would do if they captured a terrorist. what would they do next? and he said i haven't given that a lot of thought. >> this is not a priority. the problems in the world when it comes to progressive are within our own borders. everything, we are the cause of all the earth's problems. 73% of his voters are under 35 years old. they know about as much on economic matters as do i about
dunking a basketball. we talk about being worried about trump. you should worry about sanders. somehow this system is flawed. it is, maybe but it is the best we have. they think a free market is a thrift shop that sells vegetables. they have no knowledge on how the world works. sanders is a nice guy. he is fun to listen to. he symbolizes an ignorance about how the world works. >> who would have thought you're backing clinton? >> you know why? he doesn't want a virtual reality president. did you see the one with president obama? the economy is great. no threat from isis. i'm great. you need someone who is a realist who has thought about what we need to do as it relates to national security and foreign policy. >> and we would like to have bernie sanders here. >> big time. >> i would love to talk to him.
♪ president obama took some new swims at the gop candidate, specifically to get mexico to pay for a wall. >> i am getting questions constantly from foreign leaders about some of the wackier suggestions that are being made. it is not just mr. trump's proposals. you are also hearing concerns about mr. cruz's proposals. the implications with respect to
handing remittances are impractical. the notion that we'll track every western union money that is being sent to mexico. good luck with that. >> okay. the president frequently takes the opportunity to voice his criticism of the gop front-runner. >> they tell us that the person who made the statements doesn't know much about foreign policy or nuclear policy or the korean peninsula or the world generally. >> we have heard vulgar and divisive rhetoric aimed at women and minorities. at americans who don't look like us or vote like we do. as a citizen who will still be leading this office, i will not support somebody who practices that. >> can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering a state of the union address? >> i can imagine in a saturday night skit.
>> does it actually help trump rather than hurt him? what do you think? >> i don't think it helps trump by any means. trump is getting it from all angles, from democrats, from the competitors in the gop race, from the establishment. now you have the president of the united states trashing him. taking time. and i point this out. taking time out of a press conference he gave about taxes about, why company are leaving the united states to go to foreign countries where tax rates are lower. and what was lost in that whole thing, obama probably loved the question. it got, it didn't allow anyone to ask the real question. why would you punish companies that want to do this? when the smarter way to do what you're trying to do, company staying in america will be dropping our own tax rates so we're competitive rather than finding a way to punish them for doing so. it is ridiculous. if trump were smart and all the gop candidates were smart, they would say obama has it backwards. and he proved it at that press
conference. >> absolutely correct on the tax code. the corporate tax rate, president obama did a couple of budgets ago propose a 27% rate. it is now 39% which makes companies want to leave america and go somewhere else. that's not good for anybody in america. so obama proposed 27%. republicans proposed 25%. as i understand, i guess they couldn't come to a deal and i would assign blame to both sides. that problem could have been solved and they wouldn't have had to have that press conference yesterday. if write president obama my advice would be to do what we did in 2008. you draw a red line that you actually don't allow to be crossed. and you say i won't talk about the candidates. i'm not talking about the campaign. i am not going to do it. you have to be very disciplined. if you do that, you can hold the line. then in august or september, after there are clear nominees. if you want to campaign for the democrat, okay. but i wouldn't do it until then.
>> i won't comment on the primary process until there is a nominee. what do you think? is it beneath the president? >> no. the news is all about the campaign. more news about the campaign than about what's going on in washington. his numbers are actually up. i think he is like 49%. >> 52. >> his numbers are very good. >> his numbers are very good. and let's just go over the record. he was asked the question. he didn't bring it up. >> you. but you don't to have answer it. >> and secondly, what does donald trump propose? that we pull out of nato, that we allow japan and south korea to get their own nuclear weapons. he said that bush lied about weapons of mass destruction. he has the praise, and he praises vladimir putin. to me, are you kidding me? if you're a foreign leader no, wonder foreign leaders are going to obama and saying what's going on? >> can i say, do you know how many segments we've seen on his tax inversion plan that's horrible for business?
none. zero. >> are you changing the topic? >> no. he was happy to be able to get that trump question. we've done -- all i've seen the last two days are segments on why trump is the topic of conversation with the president. why not president obama's own tax inversion policy will drive companies even further away from america. >> i would say the current policies are driving them away. we have to fix it. >> if president obama condemned brussel sprouts, i would start eating brussel sprouts immediately. and i hate brussel sprouts. >> have you had them with bacon? they're amazing. >> no. i'll try it. everything with bacon is great. this is coming from an individual who, before he was president, was a community organizer. who palled around with reverend wright. so talking about donald trump is a little rif. there is a lot of arrogance about his criticism.
it is very dismissive. this is the guy who really did syria solid, speaking of red lines. hundreds of thousands of dead people and he thinks the syrian policy has been successful. so he has no reason to give any advice. >> done. there would be two president clintons in the white house if hillary clinton makes it there. but bill would get another title. first something. hear hillary list some options. you both have a perfect driving record. until one of you clips a food truck. then your rates go through the roof. perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
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just the right nickname for her husband if she's elected husband. >> if you win, when you window over. >> okay. >> what will bill be called? the first husband? first grand pa? >> first pop, pop? >> we should run a contest. some people have said first gentleman. that kind of fits. others have said, first mate. which i thought was kind of -- >> i like that. >> others have said first dude. >> first dude. >> that's what i would call him. >> yeah. >> i don't know. i was thinking something like the first ladies' man. or bill how are your kids, how's your wife? people who get nickname are usually in jail. i think hillary should be thinking about her nick nail. in jail they call tiny wlur really, really big. the best nickname for bill is bill. he is always in your drawers. >> i like the symmetry of first
lady and first gentleman. i think that makes sense to me if we're going to do this, america, that should be what it is. notice in this, this is "the view." they like her, they're helping her. she gets a chance to be charming. all the entertainment world is going to help her try to get to the finish line in november. all of them. >> that is the question. what is the first guy's name? what about the e-mail scandals? >> he will always be bill clinton, he will always be mr. president. i think people will refer to him as mr. president. >> if i were her, i wouldn't like that. >> give me something better than that. >> bill, because he's in your drawers? >> i can't say that. >> what you got? >> please don't provoke him anymore. his id is already fragile. what i would call him? i like first gentleman. yeah.
i think that's a good idea. it is appropriate. >> is he a gentleman? >> or not now. later. >> entitlement mania stweepg country. thanks in part to the social i have running the nation. case in point this young woman is demanding rick scott dish out more free stuff that as she sips the $7 latte in front of her $1,000 laptop. >> you don't care about working people. i'm not talking to you. you don't care about working peel. you should be ashamed to show your face around here. >> a million jobs. >> who here has a great job? you strip women of access to public health care. shame on you, rick scott. shame out, rick scott. you're an embarrassment to our state. >> a brat. >> what a loser. what a loser. you go to starbucks for lattes and she is a screaming hyena. i can't take it. i have no time for her. >> i think she was interviewed
later and she said this is the way you protest. >> i'm not a fan of that kind of thing. maybe because i don't like people screaming at me. i guess it went viral so it got a lot of attention. >> she is viral. >> you made a point earlier in the show about the toxicity of this notion that our capitalistic system is not a good one. that most of the people that are rt spoking bernie sanders, like 85% of young people love his message. who wouldn't love free college? but i understand there's some frustration. they feel like they should be getting more. she probably works hard in the job that she has. and they feel like they are entitled to more. >> she actually said, i don't know if you heard her. she said how dare you, rick scott, cut back on my medicaid. i want to buy obamacare. >> she is a jack as grane. you know those talking dolls, you pull the string. she is like one of those with the software inside so everything that come out is an
angry bumper sticker platitude. charming as a box of mud. >> she'll be front and central in the next sanders rally. finally -- >> mirror, mirror, on the wall. who is the fairest of them all? >> but now the fairest of them all, and she is in my opinion, is whining about how hard it is to be a pretty face in hollywood. she says, jobs with real gravitas to go people physically right for them and that's the end of the story. how many role are out there for gorgeous if'ing gown wearing eight foot model? i've been in the room and pretty people get turn away first. well, who wants this? >> this is crazy. didn't she just star in the mad max movie? she started in a ton of movies. >> she's talking about, she
wants to do more serious roles. she is not the first woman in hollywood to say. this if you remember jennifer anston, which he got that role, the good girl. and she was almost unrecognizable because of the way that they physically made her look so she could play this role. i'm not sympathizing with her i would give anything to look like that. >> oh, stop it. you're much better looking. >> she is not the first to say. that i'm not trying on give her a pass but i think she has a point. >> there is something interesting going. on it is bogus. do you know how you get an oscar? do you know what oscar bait is? beautiful woman goes plain. movies like monster, for example. average looking actresses can't do that. they can't go mayomebody hot to win an oscar. they have to actually be hot and then they have to go not. and then they get an oscar. this doesn't just happen to we will. i've lost a lot of jobs. my good looks have been a distraction everywhere i go. >> i was so going that way.
>> perhaps she got caught in an emotional moment in material of a statement she made. she's a very nice person, a good mother. i'm sure she's frustrated because she wants those roles. she is not lying. she is super genetic perfection. i think she is a very, very good actress. i really do. i've enjoyed the movies she was in. she was unbelievable playing the serial killer in monster. >> and that was a serious film. >> a ton of range for an actor. >> i thought she was great in mad max. she was no beauty in that movie. >> they're rapping me. do you see anything wrong this ad for gap kids? some have called it racist. we debate that next. en we askede when they actually did start saving.
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>> we don't just empower girl. we empower everyone. >> ad aims to empire but some say it does the opposite. they've taken issue with this photo. it shows four girl from a pre teen dance group. one of the white children uses the head of the african-american girl as an armrest. that positioning has drawn accusation of racism from social media. game has issued an apology to anyone that was offended. i got people laughing at this table. >> not me. >> yes, indeed. why you? >> it good to give props. it is bad to be one. they should arrest this girl for micro aggression. it is not about racism. it is heightism. the girl was short shelf used her as a shelf. >> she is older than her. >> how dare she! arrest her! >> in support of your position, take a look at this ad that ran last year. another gap ad. hey! this time it is the black kid
who has -- >> it is shortest. >> it is shortest. consistency. in my mind when i heard about this, i thought, there are so many real issues out there in terms of race in america, why this one? then i read something that said the images of black women, especially black girls. you 97 see black women held up as examples of beauty. >> are you kidding me? have you walk by a news stand lately? >> what's wrong with you, juan? what are you talking about? >> tell me. tell me what you're thinking. beyonce? oprah winfrey? >> kerry washington? >> michelle obama is on the cover of almost every magazine. >> i think she is the first lady. >> and she's beautiful. so there you go. >> i just think there has been an absence. you don't agree. >> i think gap should not have pulled the ad. i think that perpetuates racism. if they're saying that, leave the ad.
they had it the opposite before. these kids are being used as pawns over a race debate? give me a break. they think someone, an artistic director lined them up so the young black girl was under the white girl? is that what they're suggesting? >> that's exactly what they're suggesting. the larger contest is about beauty. >> there is no larger contest. >> i'm surprised that you said that. you're taking things back so far. and there isn't evidence to support that. some of the most powerful and amazing beautiful women in the world are women that are minorities, women of color. where have you been, juan? >> i've been right here. >> i think there are very few. especially dark skinned women who are held up as examples. what about even j. lo? >> if i'm wrong, i'm wrong. that's. that's what i think. one more thing next.
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missionaries. if anything, given them. they are given ringside seats to see some of the greatest things in the world. >> all i needed to do was help jesus save souls. and then i discovered as i read the word of god i was wrong. jesus wanted me to help save people. >> it is called living hope. i got to be interviewed for that but we didn't show me. i must not have made a very good impression. >> i have something very special today. on wednesday, i am a 13th, 2016, the leader of the u.s. house of representatives and the u.s. senate will present the congressional gold medal to the u.s. army's 65th infantry regiment. now the 65th regiment was a segregated u.s. army unit like the tuskegee army men. and they were really admirable,
courageous in world war i, world war ii, korean war. despite the discrimination they faced. these are the awards they got. one medal of honor, nine distinguished crosses, 250 silver stars, 600 bronze stars and more than 2,700 purple hearts. so i think this is very special honor and they were largely made up of puerto ricans so i'm very proud of my -- >> juan, can you help me? some updated delegate math. trump 43. cruz, 517. to get to 1237. trump has to get to 56% of the remaining. the nate silver at 538.com. the reason i put this up. in 2008 he nailed 49 out of 50 states in that race. and he got all 50 states in 2012. keep an eye on his webb. fantastic.
he has trump at 93% to get to there. >> he has been spot on. he has hike these interesting models that he puts together. >> the matrix. >> he puts together models. >> the inaugural reporter covered a murder outside of harrisburg, pennsylvania. the daughter of a form he reporter and she got the school for her website. but a lot of people then criticized her. here's hildy kate, a third grader, talking about the scoop and the reaction. >> i worked very hard. because of my work i was able to inform people that there is a terrible murder hours before my competition even got to the scene. in fact, some of these adult read newspapers were reporting
the wrong news. or no news at all. >> go, hildy! >> that was interesting. >> do i have time to make a phrase? i hear you. when someone says i hear you, that means i can't help you. "special report." wins in wisconsin reinvig trait presidential hopes of ted cruz and bernie sanders. we'll do the delegate math and tell you what comes next. this is "special report." good evening. welcome to washington. donald trump is looking to new york to prove and provide him a bounceback in the gop race. and hillary clinton is battling much hard he than she or her campaign expected at this point in the campaign. those are the dligs after big wins in wis wigs last night by