it is one thing helping bernie sanders. whether hillary clinton can capitalize on it is anyone's guess. i think republicans ignore this at their own peril. and why, assuming these are all democratic votes anyway hurts them, their message and their party. more on this tomorrow. hello, everyone. i'm dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." donald trump's campaign steps up the congressional outreach holding the first in a series of meetings of lawmakers to help him win the nomination. the front-runner meanwhile is continuing to rail against the rules he says were changed to keep him from becoming the nominee. >> for example rules were clearly established ahead of time. when people say that, the rule are the rules. how do you respond? >> i respond by saying they changed the rules. after i got in, they changed the rules. i joined and then they changed the rules and took it away from
the voters. i would have won in colorado. >> do you think they can that because of you? >> i think so. they saw that i did very well in colorado. it is a crooked system. what are you going to do? in the meantime i'm winning. >> you were at war with the gop. are you? >> i'm not at war but i want to make it really a process where the votes count. >> ted cruz dismisses trump's allegations and points out the establishment is not behind him either. >> anyone who knows anything about washington knows that the establishment is not rooting for me. that they have been battling me every day i've been in the senate. but the rules simple. the way you get elected is that you win a majority of the delegates in elections. what donald is unhappy about is in the last three weeks, there have been a total of 11 elections in four states and we've beaten donald in all 11 elections. he is unhappy about that because he is losing at the polls.
i think he thinks he wins by attacking the voters. >> i was thinking today about colorado. i grew up. there that was a reliably republican state 90 whole growing up. and then they voted twice for president obama. so it is now considered a blue state. maybe kind of purple. any republican, whoever it is, they need to win colorado because they have to flip those states so they can get to the 270 electoral college votes. i don't think colorado will change anything that happened and if trump is thinking he wants to win colorado, it is probably better to get a better operation than he had. >> i think trump is pointing out, i said this yesterday. i don't think he is right about the individual states rigging the game against donald trump. i think the rigging is when you take aggregate. when you go to the rnc and they have the ability to change the rules late in the game and basically put in who they want. you wonder who the delegates on
the rules committee. i pointed it out yesterday, they said if trump gets 1100, he'll be the nominee. i'm not sure that's the case. and another said a couple weeks ago, the misinformation by the media that voters think they're the ones picking the nominee. they're not. it is the delegates. that's a problem. the process is a problem. because the voters are not. in colorado, whenever they did it, october or november. whenever that was. they took vote away from the people of colorado and said, these are the delegates. we're going to elect these delegates. 600 or 800. and of that, they whittled it down to 33 or 34 and they would represent the whole state of colorado rather than the people of colorado voting. i think the people of colorado, the republican people of colorado would like their vote to count for something and i think that's what trump was pointing out. and i would tend on agree but after the fact. too late to be complaining about it. >> we don't need to go into all the details of colorado. i just understand the process a little differently and when
colorado changed its position, it was august. at the republican committee to the very establishment that everyone is complaining about. kimberly, let me go to this the, what do you think about the other news that trump will be in washington meeting with congressional matters? seeing if he can gin up some support on that side? >> sounds like a good idea to me. sounds like putting forward a strategy, maybe some of the new people that he's brought on board that are saying we need to reach out and make sure that they're olive branches instead of fire sticks poking at every uchbl with i want to see the party come together and support the person that should get the nomination and have the most delegates and move forward. so let's see what happens. i think they need to do a little more of that outreach. perhaps this is the first test. >> what do you think about the strategy going forward? >> do you know what he's like? he is like, you know when you go
to the gym for the first time and you don't talk to anybody and you start using the machines but you don't know how to use them? and you end up hurting yourself? trump found out after being at the gym a few months, maybe hire a personal trainer. maybe go to washington -- >> it makes it more efficient. and now you can do the arm curl. that's what i do. i screw up because i never go talk to somebody. so i think it is good. i have to go back to what cruz said. >> i have pictures of you at the gym. >> i have pictures of me. >> is this your gym in d.c. rest? >> yes. this is the second day i will compliment ted cruz. he did get no help from anyone. you know his personality. >> we talk about that quite a bit. but now clearly, he said the
establishment is not in his corner. they are. lindsey graham said he would put the plug back in. the establishment wants to keep donald trump from getting 1237 so they can do what they're going to do with the rules committee. and we don't know what they're going to do. >> i don't think they have to do anything with the rules committee. the rules are there. >> the rules stay the same. marco rubio can't be in there. if they stay the same. >> i know rules are rules but what about one man one vote? what is with it this caucus? why not have primaries? why can't we have a primary? i'm a member of the republican party in new york state. i will be voting next tuesday in simple process, an honest process, nobody can deny my vote. in colorado, i am confident, the
people you grew up with had no say in that process. which is ted cruz getting 34 of the 34 delegates? is that the republican -- >> this is a party process. the party gets together. >> the party stinks. >> you can have that opinion. the only person who can say that is trump but he's winning. >> most people think the organized political system stinks. you missed the attraction of sanders. >> we talked about this quite a bit. people come on twitter and facebook. this process will hurt ted cruz as much as it will hurt donald trump.
they can take it away from trump or cruz. >> i think people are worried with the wrong thing. is goal is to get to 1237. i think the agitation is everybody realizing, nobody is getting to 1237. that's the number, the majority. on the representational issue, the electoral college is what it is. look at that 2000. we have a representational government for a reason. there is a movement that wants to change and not have an electoral college and just go to a straight popular vote. that's not the system that we have right now and it is one that i think would be bad. the founding fathers had it right when they set it up the way they did. ? we will be talking more i'm sure about how aggressive the trump supporters have been. how aggressive the sanders supporters have been. bullying, cajoling, late night phone calls and so forth. you remember, and i'm sure you do. in 2000. november 2000. the brooks brothers brigade. congressman john sweeney in new
york. george w. bush called him congressman kick ass. he went down with 100 thugs all dressed up. they physically stopped the recount of the vote in south florida. this is not new hard elbow politics. it is not -- >> the brooks brothers suits? >> yeah. the brooks brothers brigade. look it up. >> that was the fight in the recount. that wasn't a suggestion that there should not be an electoral college. even the democrats were arguing that at the time. >> electoral college. >> i don't vote on any bills. they represent us. it's helping him. >> so is cruz. but trump is about 20% -- >> what happens if trump doesn't have 1237? there's a rule for that. what happens in the second
ballot when the trump is 1132. and then 1145. and then the sand pile is washing away. what will his people do? >> they did that with abraham lincoln. >> let's say you get on 40 ballots. >> here's what happens. at some point even though the rules committee is going to be, i guess, populated by mostly trump and cruz delegates, they have the most. allegedly it will be more than half. if they make the rule that only someone with a trc can be nominated as president, you bodies it would stop there. at some point, there's 112 delegates on the rules committee. but one overseer and that will be reince priebus. that man right there that call for a rule change after 40 votes. >> after 40 votes. >> after 40 votes, everybody might ask them to.
>> no hung jury. get to a number. get your number. >> to become the republican president, if i'm not mistaken. people do get tired of it. >> if it's down to you and me at the convention. >> i'm walking out. >> and geraldo's case, you and i will set the rules so that only you or i can win. >> i have a better scenario. >> the ten times that you're talking about, there was someone else that could come in. >> my scenario is i take my 1,200. i walk. i'm trump, i see what's going. on i walk. >> third party run? >> in the meantime hillary clinton runs away with the presidency. >> all five presidential candidates are their final pitches to voters and we are
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♪ yeah, you'll just have to miss it! ♪ ♪ we can't let you download... uh, no thanks. i have x1 from xfinity so... don't fall for directv. xfinity lets you download your shows from anywhere. i used to like that song. i. bernie sanders only has five more days on convince new york voters to pick him. >> when i look out at the thousands of people who are here tonight. i think we have a surprise for the establishment. i think that if we have a large voter turnout on tuesday, we're going on win this thing.
>> sanders got some unsolicited help from conservative super pac american cross roads. they put out this dramatic attack ad depicting his opponent as a modern day richard nixon. >> what i have stated from the beginning to be the truth has been the
truthful. >> i want people to understand what the truth is. >> i am confident the american people will come to realize i have not violated the trust. >> i am confident at the end of the campaign people long they can trust me. >> the entire story is there. >> i turned over everything i was obligated to turn over. i want those e-mails out. >> i home i haven't let you down. >> i'm sorry. i take responsible. >> now for more on the dramatic race, let's bring in chief white house correspondent ed henry who is live in brooklyn.
hello, ed. >> good to see you. >> we were at some joggers. >> i think it is important you mentioned the context of the general election in terms of the american cross roads act as a group who will undoubtedly be pounding hillary clinton as a democratic nominee, talking about the e-mails. that's a stark contrast to what we will see tonight. very few debate moderators have pressed hillary clinton on that e-mail issue. there was a little hint from the sanders camp pay that you had both these candidates on the picket lines with striking verizon workers and the sanders camp was saying, wait a second. it turned out hillary was with the workers yesterday.
but she gave a paid speech for 200,000 for verizon. that may come out tonight. >> that's what you call an invent truthful. >> it is interesting that hillary does have something in common with nixon. 9/11on had a dog and she married one. you've been in brooklyn for a if you hours? have you tried any artesian yogurt or gotten anything pierced? >> i will tell you a funny story. you're very funny. >> stop it. >> the new york post had a great story saying there are so many people in brooklyn who don't have cable. they can't watch the debate so they are flooding local bars in brooklyn. the hipsters saying please show the debate. normally they have the mets game. the brooklyn hipsters are saying give us the bern or give us
hillary. >> that's interesting, ed. >> that's interesting. since they don't have cable and they're be plugged into the practical side of life, do you think they'll show up at the polling places next tuesday? easy to hang around with your pals. what about turnout? any idea what turnout does? >> well, i think like you, they transcend cable and they're big on the internet and on the streets as well. >> that would be great on "dancing with the stars." >> oh, feel the bern. >> i'll defend you all the way. >> i don't care what anyone says. maybe there's a little criticism but i thought you did a great job. >> he's our star.
i was talking earlier, people were saying, bernie, bernie. they might not have cable but they go to the rallies and they're excited about the campaign and the debate. it is do or die for bernie sanders. he's won at least seven straight contests but delegate math, he is behind hillary clinton. >> one of the things when they're debating, whether they will have this debate or not, one of the issues. wall street cuts right across the lower tim of manhattan. how does bernie sanders say there? hey, you're the one. a speech for verizon, you're the one who talked to goldman sachs. how does she defend that? what is her comeback? >> she just did an interview that emerged with some philadelphia journalists. after new york it will be the pennsylvania primary at the end of april. and some journalists pressed her about the wall street speeches
and said where are the transcripts? and hillary clinton got a little frustrated. she said why don't you ask bernie sanders about why he hasn't released his entire tax returns? why are you coming after me? i think we put that together with the green peace activists a couple weeks ago who got her on a rope line about contributions from the oil and gas industries. she's gotten frustrated with the attacks and the fact bernie sanders is still around. she thought he would be gone by now. >> so this is a debate she didn't think she would have to do. he has her on the run. bernie sanders can be aggressive when he is not around her. not in person. has been effective. when he gets next to her in a debate, he tends to pull his punches. do you think he will pursue the line of attack he's been pursuing or does he take a pass on it?
>> a good question. i think he knows if he doesn't bring his "a" game tonight, time is running out. he will have to step it up. i hesitate because we've heard this before. there's been pre game hype. the gloves are coming off. every colorful metaphor there is. you're right that he walks up to that line and pulling back. i can't say with certainty. we've heard it before. i think part of his hesitation is that among hard core democrats, they want to take her on policywise but not necessarily pushed on the honest and trustworthy question. the democrats are getting nervous about these two coming together. this has gone on longer. and it's gotten a little nastiy. everyo everyone talks about the
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like most on the left bernie sanders demonizes big business. verizon outsources and makes a profit which in left speak is theft. having no idea that wealth is created and shared, they assume it must be stolen from some mysterious finite pie that has existed in the universe since the big bang. one company always he is cams their wrath. apple. when asked if apple is hurting america, he said no.
he knows how loved apple is. they're conveniently abstract. you can't put verdictize only in your pocket or show it off. so to act like they're the big invisible daddy who never loved you. the iphone is part of who you are, a status symbol in your pocket like a friendly little robot baby. and activists only protest stuff that doesn't enhance their identity. apple outsources like crazy but who cares when you're tweeting pictures of your gluten free socks. it is like protesting the police. college kids don't own anything or run a business so it is fun to heckle the men in blue. so they protest the communities the college kids don't live in. but let's say they protest apple. in a year the apple would cost more than a pre owned prius. there goes the trim to bernie man and you're going to instagram the whole thing. do you know what i noticed? no one ever protests fossil
fuels in a harsh winter. like when you have to heat your dorm. >> it is convenient. liberalism, convenient, progressivism, convenient. like women, hillary clinton happy to take money. at the same time she'll show up and say i'm all about we the people, the workers. let's fight back and then give whole ant-corporate thing. you really see the hypocrisy but somehow if you're liberal you get away with it. and there is this sort of loose relationship with honesty and integrity and ethics. because anything goes to get it double. >> another one. with the left talking about outsourcing, it is about protecting workers. if the right talks about outsourcing, it is bigotry. >> not only that. think about those who love their i-known but are ticked against
at&t. you want salaries raised. guess how much your plan will cost when that happens? it will go up. don't complain about it. be consistent. if you're mad at verizon and at&t, be mad at apple too. >> when you see the energy like the washington square, demonstration for sanders. you cannot help but be impressed. he squeezed 27,000 into washington square park. it is in the midst of nyu, granted. a very hip community. but that energy, that vibe is real. so it is hurt hillary clinton. she has all of these psyched kids. the occupy forces, the black lives matter, they're all of these different groups questing
for years for a cause. now they have a cause. and the 74-year-old guy from vermont. >> but the cause is the same. it is wealth, corporation. then they get older and get married and have kids. they realize profit is not a bad thing. >> i admire the ceo of verizon who pushed back. in the wake of the coverage from bernie sanders and socialism, he was able to push back very effectively. the reason they would go after verizon and not apple has to do with progressive politics at the corporate level. and there was a great piece yesterday talking about how progressive politics is now infused at the ceo level in some companies and apple is one of them. with tim cook fighting back against the fbi in regard to the terrorism investigation that they were doing in san bernardino.
the other thing is what verizon is talking about is progress. technology is coming. the bigger issue brs, hillary clinton, trump, whoever it is, will have to deal with it. this is coming no matter what. guess who likes to use automated stuff? young people. they like at the mcdonald's that they can order by ipad. they would rather call verizon than phone tree. >> sorry to be the skunk at the garden party. >> coming up. >> we'll have a robot replace you. >> fine. russian war planes in the china sea. the white house reaction ahead. ♪ i could get used to this. now you can, with the luxuriously transformed 2016 lexus es and es hybrid. ♪
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constitutes creepy. that's creepy. that's creepy. the russian war plane flying extremely close. multiple time in the baltic sea this week. so close for the russian aircraft they created waves in the water near our warship. the kremlin denying any aggressive behavior saying the pilots were checking out our ship and were complying with safety regulations. the white house as you might expect says otherwise. >> the incident is inconsistent with professional norms of militaries operating in proximity to each other. in fact there is a bilateral agreement between the united states and russia that dates back to the cold war that governs zts exactly like this. this incident is specifically contemplated by this agreement. the u.s. has raised our concerns
with the russians. >> you can raise concerns but it is like top gun. they're just showing off. the plane was not armed. i don't think it is a big deal. >> i'm glad we sent a formal explain. they said, if you don't respond putin will not be invited to obama's birthday party. there will be face paging, a jugler and a real live cowboy. putin knows the state of our affairs. he knows we're in disarray. one of these days, we have to take his frisbee. >> far more stuff than this to me is that putin is snubbing us on the nuclear proliferation conference, not showing up as the big gap in our ambition to stop the proliferation. >> so in syria, he took the ball away from president obama and said i've got this year and kind of left there feeling pretty good about himself.
i think the russian people liked it. then the nuclear proliferation summit. now this. this happen over two days. 11 time they buzzed the ship over two days. i think the second time you say, you dit again. i don't care if you're armed or not, we'll knock it down. you get nato involved. have nato say we are going to do this and we have the support of nato to do it. you can't have russian migs or whatever -- >> su 24s. >> you can't have them buzzing our ship. >> that was an aegis class destroyer. they could knock them out with their eyes closed. isn't it easy to overreact? >> i think that's true. our military is so professional and they exercise a tremendous am of restrain and i like captain hoffman who. you don't get on kill people because they are annoying. that was his theory.
i was excited to hear that. >> it's not just that russia was dismissive saying no harm done. it is what not they say to us that matters. it is what they say to their domestic audience which is a very different story. he is trying to -- putin is trying to shore up his credentials among his people so they think as he big dog in the world. >> with the price of oil plunging, poverty rates going up. >> he is still his best advertising. >> here's my question. what if the plane was an iranian plane? would we be so cool, calm and collected? >> no. i would hope that we would not be. i think we need to do something to to have let them know that it is not okay to routinely do it. what about the one time when it is armed? i think they were entering into dangerous territory here. if it becomes too complacent.
you have china doing the same thing. they're developing anti-carrier missile that's are so powerful, they call them carrier killers. they can knock out one of our destroyers. we have to be a little up on this. it is not so much about hurting people's feelings. because there is strength in appropriate diplomacy. >> you need a commander-in-chief who will -- >> i don't like your planes flying over. let's have some chicken soup.
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>> 60 points! >> i can't believe it has come to an end. you guys will always be in my heart. and i sincerely, sincerely appreciate it. no words can say how i feel about you guys. thank you, thank you, from the bottom of my heart. i love you guys. what can i say? >> all right. now kobe bryant will be mentioned with the all time greats. >> and some would say he is one of the top five all time players. i don't even think he is in the top five of the lakers. when you think who played for the lakers, magic, wilt, i'll even say research in. do you remember when research in played for the lakers? >> better than kobe? >> yes. better than kobe. james worthy.
kobe should get a franchise. >> how about a state franchise? >> a terrible joke. >> i'm going to say srgs 60 points a lot? >> he hogged the ball. you worked on that. let me try. >> i didn't think it would go this badly. okay. listen. i love michael jordan. eric jordan, put them on. that's what winners wear. that was a joke. hug it out. i saw jordan play. love it. love it. golden state warriors right now. kimmel loves the man on the street. last night, roll it out.
he hit the l.a. streets to final out what americans, let's say angeles. >> captain america, hawkeye, the hulk, ironman. obama, george washington. >> wow! >> jackson. abe lincoln. thomas edison. >> they must have edited that. hello. obama? clinton? this is not that hard to do. >> the first and the last president and miss the other 43. >> do you know what it does?
after spending my life in public life in news and information, you think what the hell have i been doing? this is the young, not all young. there are some people there of some age. that there's such little knowledge about such basic sthings very daunting. >> yes. you put out so much great historical work. >> okay. well, gangsters and now we're learning. >> sxin sane aisle ems. >> i would have been the exact opposite. i cannot name a single avenger. >> me either. >> is captain america an avenger? >> i don't know. >> i have one of the costumes. the black leather onesie. >> wear it on the 11:00. finally, remember the old show, kids say the darnedest things? last night there was a town hall
featuring the cruz family talking about family time. and he admitted he recently dressed up in a pink boa and let's legal her break some news. >> there are moments of humility. being the faefr daughters instills in you. a couple days ago i was back for caroline's daddy/daughter picnic atchool which featured all the dads running and playing games. >> my favorite. >> your favorite was that she got to dress up daddy in like this pink boa and these big goofy looking underwear. >> and it was videotaped all the time and now it is a class video that they're sending out to all the parents. >> an adorable moment. >> that would be a great job on television to interview kids. because i love it. do you know who loves it?
steve harvey. >> she just trolled her dad. she said if you're going to use me on this show i'm going to show you what i can do and you will never forget this. she is adorable. >> when will we see this video? >> interesting. somebody is going to put it out there. get me that video! my head in a pink boa. >> i love the trump family. not that we were talking about them. >> so you have daughters. >> every year i make a fool of myself. >> just every year? >> i have tweets. pictures of you that say otherwise. >> all right. >> one more thing is next.
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with alec baldwin. they filmed it in japan. and mr. baldwin is very agile in his performance. this is oscar bait material. this poor guy got loose from the zoo. his name is cha-cha. they ended up shooting him. he does fall but he is fine. he's fine. that was a tranquillizer gun. >> what did he do when he came down? >> am i a scientists? >> you kind of owe it to the story to finish. >> i don't owe anybody anything. >> now it's time for this. dana's corny joke of the day. okay. kimberly. i'm counting on you. >> i'm going to work it up. >> why does the chicken fall into the well? >> because it couldn't cross to the other side. i don't know. >> anybody? >> because it couldn't see that
well. what did the fisherman say to the card magician? what did the fisherman say to the card magician? >> all hands on deck? >> pick a cod. >> come on. that was funny. geraldo. you have to get this. why don't you play cards in the savannah? why don't you play cards in the savannah? because there are a lot of cheetahs. >> i attended a retirement ceremony on friday. of a great american soldier. the american spartan, general john f. campbell. and i think you have some video of that ceremony. i've watched this guy for 13 years. i watch him go from a colonel.
a great american hero. retired. >> that's it for us. >> really special one more thing at 11:00. special report is next. this is a fox news alert. donald trump widens his lead. bernie sanders shrinks' clinton's. new fox news polls show the heat is on. texas senator ted cruz. trump has jumped to an 18-point lead over cruz nationally while ohio governor john kasich is now within 2 points of cruz according to the latest poll. cruz' support has dropped from 38% in march to just 27% this month. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are running neck in neck nationally. clinton is down from last month to 48% while sanders is up. putting him within 2