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coverage of those big new york primaries. and that's it for today. have a great week. and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." we are entering a critical new week in the race for the white house. the candidates fighting for support less than 48 hours from the new york primary, as republican party leaders are gearing up for a big meeting this week, which could determine how a contested convention would play out. the convention rules committee is going to get together for several days. and earlier today, rnc chairman reince priebus urged them to "take it easy." >> i don't think that it's a good idea for us next week, before the convention, to make serious rules changes or recommendations of changes right now. i think we're in a politically charged agreement. i think it's too complicated.
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i think the rnc rules committee going forward with making rules amendment suggestions is -- it is not a good idea. >> it is politically charged all right. donald trump blasting the republican primary process, calling it crooked in a rally in upstate new york, but his campaign manager seemed to sidestep the entire thing on fox news sunday, calling trump the presumptive nominee. opponent john kasich responding to trump's complaints, trying to wind himself into getting an a, his words. and ted cruz continues to make his case after sweeping all 14 delegates yesterday at wyoming state convention. a lot at stake in new york in terms of dell got count. take a look. 95 up for grabs for republicans. 247 for democrats. we have fox team coverage. we'll begin with john roberts live in staten island, where donald trump had a huge welcome
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today, huge, john. >> absolutely huge. donald trump really had the arena to himself. he had hundreds of people there. they had perfectly good seats to sit in. they were on their feet for the entire time that donald trump was talking about 30 minutes. at that speech, at a press conference earlier, he said he can get to the 1,237 delegates necessary to win to nomination before the convention. ted cruz and john kasich are trying as hard as they possibly can to stop him. at that press conference that he had prior to his speaking engagement here today, it was the first time that he's talked to the press en masse in a number of weeks. he talked again about this idea of the delegate selection process in his words being rigged. the people's votes aren't being counted. it's the party bosses who are really deciding who the delegates are going to be. particularly places like colorado and in wyoming where ted cruz got 14 delegates
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yesterday. yesterday in syracuse, donald trump suggested that the rnc was going to be in for a "rough july" if it didn't do something about the way the delegates were selected. he was asked about the press conference. here's what he said. >> you're going to have a very, very upset and angry group of people at the convention. i hope it doesn't involve violence. i hope it doesn't. and i'm not suggesting that. i hope it doesn't involve violence. and i don't think it will. but i will say this. it's a rigged system. it's a crooked system. >> the chairman of the republican national committee reince priebus has spent as much time as possible on television in the last few days, beating back against the accusations that donald trump is making. i spoke with him earlier this weekend. he told me basically the rules are the rules. here's priebus. >> well, i mean, the rules are clear. and they've been put out for
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about 160 years. the rules are clear. it's up to the state to set the rules and they've done it. so it's something we need to move on from complaining about the rules, i think. some people might not like the way that it happens, but they could pick a nominee any way they want, as long as people agree on it. >> so we're talking about the rules system as we go into the convention. right now, two people both are benefiting, right? i mean, donald trump is still winning, even though he doesn't like the system. ted cruz picking up more delegates this weekend. >> he picked up another 14 as he mentioned in wyoming. you alluded to this. there are several committees, standing committees at the republican national committee, one of them is the standing rules committee. there are a number of members of the committee who want to introduce potential changes, or at least recommendations of changes for the convention. one is to switch the way that
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the rules are considered. to bruce ash, the chairman of the standing rules committee, he wrote a letter to that committee, that they weren't being treated fairly by the rnc because the suggestions were not going to be considered. one of the considerations that they're worried about, and this is according to bruce ash, in this e-mail, that the presiding officer at our convention could unilaterally reopen nominations to allow a candidate to be nominated, that is viewed as more acceptable, which is exactly what rank and file republicans across america fear. he also went on to say that he believes the way the rnc has been dealing with this is a "breach of trust." what some of the members of the rules committee want is to give more power to the delegates. so that any changes that would happen at the convention have to be approved by a majority of the delegates. that is something that the rnc is saying right now, we don't want to consider this at all. let the rules committee handling
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it in a couple of weeks after the convention. no question, we're hearing more and more about this, harris, and it's quickly becoming a big issue. >> it's so interesting. i don't know that we would be talk about this if it hadn't been for americans across the country. and donald trump also picking up that they didn't feel like their votes were counting in places like colorado, where they're just not part of the system. that's how they wanted to change it several months ago and that's how it stood. >> yeah, and here's the deal, too, harris. since 1976, it hasn't really mattered. because the nomination process has been long before now, in most years. went a little bit longer in 2012. but nobody thought it was ever going to go this long, and the way that they had designed the primary process, the rnc was just speed it up as opposed to slow it down. the way it's going now, harris, the most important state in this whole process looks like it's going to be california on the very last day of the primaries. june 7th. nobody could have imagined that. >> okay. we'll be watching all of it.
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john roberts, always good to see you. great skyline behind you there. >> thanks, harris. >> let's get to the democrats now. hillary clinton, bernie sanders kicking their campaigns into overdrive as we count down to tuesday's new york primary. clinton surprised supporters as our producer on site told us at a get out the vote rally in washington heights. her campaign has admittedly been working on ways to make her more relatable to voters. how about some dance moves? she's been working to break sanders' winning streak. he's won eight out of nine state contests so far, even though clinton leads in convention delegate count. and the super delegates, blah blah blah. she still picks up steam in a victory in new york, if it happens where she was a u.s. senator for eight years. not too far from the dancing that you see going on there. bernie sanders was burning things up. held a star-studded get out the vote rally of his own in brooklyn. according to sanders' communications director, this rally was the biggest ever for the campaign, with more than 28,000 in the crowd. while they were screaming at each other a few nights ago at
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the debate, today the two agreed on this. they're tired of all the negativity in the 2016 race. >> we do not have to make america great. we are great. and then we will become even greater. and we must stand against the hatred and divisive rhetoric that is pitting people against one another. >> you know, i've become a little bit tired of being beaten up by the negativity of the clinton campaign. and we're responding in kind. >> bryan llenas is live in our new york city newsroom. >> hi, harris. they can say they're sick and tired of a negative campaign, but both candidates making last-ditch efforts to win the pivotal primary in new york on tuesday. and it is personal. the brooklyn born bernie sanders versus the eight-year senator hillary clinton. and thursday night's fiery
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debate has seemingly led to jabs and intense campaigning today. the five boroughs in new york city make up more than half of registered democrats in the state. and clinton today in staten island for a rally, she danced in washington heights, as you mentioned, harris. hispanic neighborhood. she went to brooklyn and to mount vernon, where she continued to characterize herself as stronger than on guns than sanders is. both going after each other on the sunday shows also. >> i just have to underscore, i think their campaign is trying to make something where there is nothing. the people who are behind the fight for 15 support me, not him. >> i have said at the beginning of my campaign, we need to raise the minimum wage to 15 bucks an hour. that is kind of the difference behind the way we do politics. i'm trying to set a high bar. i'm trying to be a leader which says let's go, let's move in the direction we have to go. >> sanders visited a church in harlem and then went to a
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concert rally in brooklyn for the campaign's biggest event so far. more than 28,000 people, they say. all day, sanders railed against clinton's dependents on campaign contributions from the wealthy. >> i think we need a candidate now who has the track record, the agenda. >> sanders also releasing an ad this weekend, attacking clinton for spending two days at two george clooney fundraisers in california, where she raised millions at dinners where two tickets cost $353,000. there are 247 delegates up for grabs tuesday. sanders hoping for a big upset win that could turn this race on its head. clinton, she's up double digits in the polls. >> harris? >> even the hollywood stars. george clooney this weekend called in an obscene amount of money that she picked up. didn't he give some of that? i know hillary clinton has
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responded to donald trump's new nickname for her, which is crooked hillary. >> that's right. first it was low-energy jeb bush. little marco rubio, lying ted cruz, and now donald trump calling clinton crooked hillary yesterday. she responded today. >> he can say whatever he wants to say about me. i really could care less. i'm going to stay focused on the issues. because there are stark differences. >> speaking to a crowd today in new york. clinton was noticeably fired up, telling a diverse crowd trump has offended everyone, every one of us, she said. harris? >> thank you. fox news is america's election headquarters, and watches for extensive coverage for the battle for new york. we're live with in-depth analysis and up to the minute results on the republican and democrat races. so you've got to watch for it all. so as we do each sunday, our fox news political insiders will join me at the bottom of the hour right here at home base. on tap for us tonight, the republican convention rule makers who could be the ones that ultimately decide who
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becomes the nominee. how exactly do you get on that committee? we'll talk about it. and bernie sanders says he's sick of getting beaten up by the hillary campaign. it's time to fight back. but could a nasty primary battle hurt hillary clinton should she get the nomination and go forward to the general election? and did you hear about this? a russian fighter jet flew dangerously close to a u.s. spy plane. just days after more russian jets buzzed an american destroyer. the pentagon says it appeared to simulate an attack. what is russia up to? stay close. it's true what they say. technology moves faster than ever. the all-new audi a4, with apple carplay integration.
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the response, the damage is spread out across hundreds of miles. search efforts continue for people who may be trapped under mounds of rubble. we'll keep you posted as we learn more on that. russia is messing with us. this is how our military officials are describing the latest move they just made. a russian fighter jet performed erratic and aggressive maneuvers as it flew within 50 feet of a u.s. spy plane's wing tip. that happened thursday over the baltic sea. the pentagon says the air force plane never entered russian air space. this comes only days after a pair of russian fighter jets flew dangerously close to a u.s. navy destroyer in the very same area. kristin fisher with the news now in washington. kristin? >> harris, u.s. defense officials say there's no question that these two russian jets came dangerously close to a u.s. spy plane. their wings were just 50 feet apart. imagine that. a pentagon spokesman says, "this unsafe and unprofessional area
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intercept has the potential to cause serious harm and injure to all crew involved." he goes on to say the actions of the single pilot had the potential to unnecessarily escalate tensions between countries. it's especially true when you take into account just two days earlier. and this incident was caught on camera. watch as two russian jets come within 30 feet of a u.s. navy destroyer. fox news military analyst general jack kane believes this kind of aggression will only continue unless there's consequences. >> you've got to create a deterrence that will stop this kind of behavior. and we're not doing it. and by that, i mean the deterrence has to be with troops and aircraft on the ground, making certain that putin knows that eastern europe is hands-off. and if he moves on it, the united states and nato is going to respond. >> so there's now been two incidents, just two days apart involving russian jets getting far too close to u.s. military ships or aircraft. the pentagon says it is very concerned. harris?
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>> i've been reading some of russia's response. it gets this from me -- hmm. >> right. the russian military admits that it did scramble fighter jets after spotting a high speed target heading for its borders. but they deny that any aggressive maneuvers took place. they say any reports that suggest otherwise are "not consistent with reality." >> thank you very much. marines apparently don't have what they need to fight a war. is that true? >> imagine taking like a 1995 cadillac and trying to make a ferrari. you're trying to make it faster, more efficient. it's still an old airframe. it's constantly breaking. >> why is our great military using 30-year-old planes in combat zones? fox news takes an in-depth look at our nation's preparedness to face our enemies. and president obama's approval rating has been steadily climbing as of late. what is behind the trend? the fox news political insiders
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i was tweeting about this earlier. stay glued to the story. senior u.s. military leaders are warning extensive budget cuts are having a lasting impact on america's defenses, and in turn emboldening our enemies. consider this. the average age of a marine fa-18 hornet is 24 years old. older than most of the marines who fly and maintain the planes. fox news national security correspondent jennifer griffin traveled down to two marine corps air stations for this exclusive firsthand look. >> this is when the landing gear door came off, this is the hole that it made in the intake on its way down to the engine. >> mike malone is a maintenance officer for a squadron of f-18 hornets preparing to deploy into
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combat overseas. this particular jet bombed moammar gadhafi's compound in libya in 1986. it's still flying. recently when the marines needed a part for this plane, they tried to cannibalize the hinge from a museum jet on display. >> it's very old to be flying for an aircraft. these were designed to fly for 6,000 hour. >> the marines are extending them to fly 8,000. budget cut that reduced the force and wars that were supposed to end but didn't are making it harder to patch these old planesing to. >> imagine taking like a 1995 cadillac and trying to make it like a ferrari. you're trying to make it more efficient, but it's still an old air frail. >> we don't have enough to do the aided work. >> sometimes it takes them 18 months to get parts for these early model f-18 jets whose production was halted in 2001. this f-18 has to deploy again in
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july. >> where are the wings to this plane? >> that's a good question. they're on other jets. >> colonel harry thomas, call sign crash, deployed to the pacific with ten jets this year. only seven made it. a fuel leak caused his f-18 to catch fire in guam. instead of ejecting, he landed safely, saving taxpayers $29 million. back home in buford, south carolina, skin cracks forced this f-18 into a hangar. >> they're in another airplane somewhere. >> so basically, you had to cannibalize this plane to get other squadrons airborne. >> yes, ma'am. >> will this plane ever fly again? >> we plan to have it flying by the summer. >> colonel crash thomas has deployed six times to iraq and afghanistan. right now, only two of his 14 planes can fly. his marines deploy in three months. >> we're an operational squadron. we're supposed to be flying jets, not building them. >> most frustrating is that his pilots aren't getting the flying hours that they need. training time in the air is down
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more than 15%. >> you're supposed to have 15 hours, right? >> this last 30 days, our average fly time for a pilot was just over four hours. >> what do you think is causing this backlog? >> the money. everything goes back to funding. >> the u.s. military spending has declined from nearly $700 billion in 2010 to $560 billion last year. automatic spending cuts began in 2011. delays in the state of the art joint strike fighter, which is slated to replace the f-18, but has been plagued by cost overruns leading to a perfect storm. many highly trained mechanics left for jobs in the private sector. >> quite honestly, it is coming on the backs of our young marines. my marines over there are the ones who are working 20 to 21 hours a day. and the likelihood of a ground mishap, or them making a mistake under the pressure to perform is where i see the bigger safety risk. >> commanders are seeing an unprecedented level of stress on the force. you can see it in the faces of
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the pilots. but especially in the faces of the maintainers. >> we have to get the aircraft in the air for the troops in combat. >> colonel sean salene oversees nine squadrons, including these super stallions, the workhorses of the marine corps in iraq and afghanistan. >> there was no time to catch our breath. >> of these 147 helicopters, only 42 can fly right now. just 27% of these super stallions are mission capable. >> so you can really see how much stuff is in here, and how easy it would be to miss some small, minute detail that could eventually potentially cause a fire. >> lieutenant general dog davis ordered the marine corps to refurbish all of these helicopters to their pre-war condition, fixing the chafing wires and jerry rigged fuel lines that were repaired to keep these birds flying. davis overseas marine corps
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aviation and is losing sleep over it. he has two sons who are marine pilots. >> the biggest thing is, right now after 15 years, and deploying around the world. we don't have enough airplanes to make sure that the marines are ready to go out the door. >> are you losing guys from exhaustion? >> absolutely. i mean, there's only so much you can look a marine in the eye and at some point say i want you to do one more for america and apple pie, and at some point, that gets old. >> pablo brown's squadron deploys to the middle east in the coming days. at marine corps air station, buford, south carolina, jennifer griffin, fox news. >> more reporting, too. stay tuned after the "fox report." bret baier anchors "rising threat: shrinking military." it includes interviews with president obama's first of three secretaries of defense. that's tonight, 8:00 p.m. eastern, 11:00 p.m., right here
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on the fox news channel. two opportunities to watch great stuff. next, the political insiders. they're going to set right next to me. all three of them in town. we'll talk donald trump's campaign. his claims the delegate system is crooked. so on and so forth. >> we have to win by big numbers. because we have a system that's absolutely rigged. we have a rigged system. we have a system that's crooked. >> and we'll have more on the republican race in new york and what to expect when the rnc rules committee meets for several days this week. and the race between bernie sanders and hillary clinton on the democrat side getting nastier with the increasingly bitter tone. will it hurt the eventual democrat nominee? and remember, we love it when you chime in. i'm already looking at some of your tweets. so hit us up on twitter and facebook. we'll be right back. here's the plan. you're a financial company that cares, but your logo is old and a little pointy.
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bottom of the hour. let's bring in our fox news political insiders. john leboutillier, pat caddell, and doug shoan. gentlemen, let's pop up the real clear politics averages. going into the primary here in new york for the democrats and the republicans.
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democrats first on your screen there. hillary clinton still leading by double digits. let's go to the gop race here in new york. i'm curious to see if there are any surprises in all of this. >> no. i think the polling has been quite consistent for quite a while. hillary and trump both heavily favored. both way over 50 in almost every poll. >> all right. we heard from corey lewandowski with donald trump's team this weekend. saying he challenges -- well, let's have him say it himself. watch. >> as you look at the electoral map, i challenge you and anybody else to tell me a state that mitt romney won, and that mitt romney lost, that ted cruz can win. he can't do that. donald trump is the only person that's going to be able to expand the map and beat the democrats come november. if the party wants a winner, they need to support donald trump. >> donald trump has winded his back. what does that mean for ted cruz and john kasich? >> he doesn't have wind at his
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back, which is why lewandowski is saying what he does. here's where we stand, harris. donald trump is probably going to win a big victory in new york, potentially pennsylvania as well. but he's unlikely to get to the 1,237 he needs. and all the fights, and we'll get to it over the years, and the seating of delegates are working against donald trump, potentially ted cruz. but certainly not donald trump, and donald trump has got the wind not at his back, but in his face. >> all right. pat, before i get to you, i want to read this from deborah. ted cruz won 66.6% of the vote. she's talking about ted cruz in all of this. what are your thoughts with the competition right now against donald trump? >> well, i mean, i think there's the large competition, not only has he got cruz in kasich's camp. he's got most of his party now, or a lot of the party insiders,
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political insiders against him. you know, i think first of all, i think that trump has had a better two weeks than he had had the last two weeks. he's not out there talking as much. or tweeting as much. he seems to take the political insiders' advice and someone took his phone away. >> whatever we said in a couple weeks. >> he's reading notes at speeches. he's -- and he's got an issue he's using. which is the rigged system. which goes right to the saliency of what his voters believe. i think the question is whether he comes in short 50, 150 is different than coming in short 50. there are a lot of unbound delegates. people that don't want to blow up. that's what remains to be seen. i think he's running better. i think cruz is a better candidate than he's been. no one in new york pays attention to him here
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unfortunately. >> mindy writes on twitter, unfortunately the public was not privy to how corrupt our system was until this important election. we the people vote. i want to get your thoughts first on that tweet. but also, donald trump saying that it's rigged. that it's crooked. but he's still winning within the system. >> so here's the thing. i think that we have been saying for the fif years we've been together that the american voter feels that the political and legal and economic system is a rigged game. it's rigged by the rich, by the big businesses, big government, big media to help each other, and the little guy feels left out. that's that. what trump is saying sounds like that, but he's actually saying the rules in each state to pick delegates. that is a rigged game. in fact, it's really not rigged. it is the way it is. he's got 37% of the vote up until today in all the primaries. he's got 45% of the delegates. is that rigged?
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>> let me explain why the democratic party is rigged in a different way, but just as much. >> super delegates. >> super delegates. and we'll get to that. the republicans are this. unlike the democrats, candidates do not get to pick their own delegates. they are picked in many cases, in some states like connecticut, they do. most of these states are being elected by party insiders, state parties to be ghost delegates. they will vote for trump. many of them are trojan horses who will vote against trump on credentials. and on platform. and on rules. those are things that will determine the outcome. there is the reason. this is a dangerous thing. and it is rigged this way. when montana and colorado decide that the voters don't have a right to have a say, the voters go, this is our country, our
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democracy. they may be the rules, but it is the same rules as you just said, john, that people believe in both parties, rigging politics against the people. >> i want to drill down on what you just said. that is a salient point. what you're saying is that this rules committee also is filled with the same delegates that will vote along with the voters are saying in that first ballot at the convention. they're also capable of changing the rules and capable of voting the way they want to past that first ballot. >> here's what to me is the simple conclusion we reached from all of this. that donald trump is going to probably have less support in the actual delegate vote than he has gotten through the process and what he feels -- >> do you think it's rigged? >> it certainly is not a fair process. but he believes it's rigged. he will have people -- he has already said, in the streets, protesting. paul manafort and roger stone
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will bring people. that has a key dynamic. >> when i ask you if it's rigged, you say it's not a fair process. i think those two should have an equal sign between them. >> well, pretty close. >> one other. >> hold on one second. i promise we'll come right back. i have a big question. sounds like the rules committee is very powerful. how do you get on it? we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ take on the unexpected. the new 2016 nissan altima. built to stand out. this just got interesting. why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom?
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holding on to power at all costs. a majority of republicans believe of voters, the base, that they've been sold out by their leaders. the answer is they have been. and by the way, all this talk about rules go back to 1860, we didn't have primaries before 1912. this is the 21st century. people are rising up this year in both parties to take back their rightful sovereignty. >> who are these delegates? >> the delegates are party insiders. they are not the people and the party insiders are controlled by political leaders. the elites pat spoke of, not ordinary people. >> i want to ask doug, how do you change that? >> not too easy to change it, unless you were to go to the streets, or go third party. both are very difficult. that is what should have happened. >> donald trump is a grown-up. he could have read these rules last year when he decided to run as a republican. and he could have said, this is no good. this thing's not going to work. i'm going to run as a third
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party independent candidate, run against both parties for being rigged, and he'd be doing much better than he is -- he's struggling in the republican primary. >> if you look historically, how has a third party ever done? >> well, it doesn't matter. the country's never been like this. >> in 1992, before he decided to blow up his campaign, ross perot was number one. he had done something no third party candidate had done. he was running first in the polls. he was running ahead, and i tell you, 1992, is nothing compared -- >> that was a sitting president. >> donald trump's argument is very simple. more votes, more delegates. where is the nomination? >> 62% of republicans are saying, the person -- including in wisconsin. said the people who have the most delegates should be nominated. >> i want to get to two things. judith says on social media, it's going to be up to dissatisfied voters to let their
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states know they are not going to kol rate this. you guys have been saying that for two years. how do you get on the rules committee for the gop convention? >> so right now, each week there are conventions picking these human beings that are going to be the delegates, right? so they just did wyoming yesterday. they picked two from each state. believe it or not, there are 56 states. puerto rico, guam, the marianos. there are six of them. >> states and territories. >> so two times 56, 112 people will be on the new rules committee for the convention. begins one week before the convention adjourns. that is the rules -- >> is that what they're meeting about? hold on one second. is that what they're meeting about this week? >> no. because the new rules committee has been picked yet. >> what is the meeting about this week? >> they're thinking about the rules of the committee leading up to the convention. >> the rules are very simple. deny donald trump. >> you guys don't even parse that anymore. >> it ends up to one conclusion.
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stop trump period. >> does that help kasich? does it hurt cruz? >> let's get to cruz. pat and i were in the dream room discussing this. if cruz thinks that this stop trump thing that's being done by the republican party is going to benefit him, is he in for a rude awakening? >> that's the one you say you have to win eight states. a majority in eight states of delegates to be able to be nominated. if that's the case, he can win. he and trump have an interest in that. however, let me just tell you. they can change that rule on the fourth ballot. and there are no delegates. >> his path to the nomination is stop trump on the first ballot. and ted cruz wins on the second or third. >> all right. i am so fortunate to have you guys here with all of your experience on international affairs as well. you've heard about russia and what they've been doing with their jets and our military the last few days.
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we just keep it cooking. you know what i'm saying? let's cook some more. we talked a little bit republicd their delegate count and how they get to the convention, what about the democrats? >> the democrats have super delegates, which i was there when it happened. in order to make sure bernie sanders could never be nominated, no outsiders from the grassroots. bernie sanders and all the press and i must say the maintraem press and all political people screaming he's going to get out. he's running a movement that represents the future, the youth and future of the democratic
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party and this is going to the convention floor, mark my words. >> he stays in. >> what was this? >> 44 million a month is what he's out. >> he's raising. >> that's amazing. >> people throwing $1 bills at her. her speeches she won't release all of this stuff and yesterday mr. clooney on "meet the press" for ten minutes explaining why it's be seen the fund-raisers. he gave her $370,000. and then he said but we're good people. bernie sanders protesters throwing dollar bills in hillary's limousine in san francisco and l.a. >> don't you think it's telling that after the debate in brooklyn they both left the state. bernie sanders went to the vatican and met with the pope for five minutes. hillary went to san francisco and l.a. to meet with george clooney. now which figure is -- >> paid $300,000. >> do you think it's that big of a deal? >> they're crooks.
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>> a speech 225 to verizon. they're on strike here in new york. >> there is a by mike isikoff saying she's been using that money to loan to her campaign so that she could support the campaign. >> now is there any proof of that? that is a huge charge. >> it will not be -- the press will not cover it. >> i will give you something last night from a major bundler, had din we are him, he said all day wednesday, as soon as the polls are closed in new york, guess what's happening? major bundlers, getting together to do what? raise more money for hillary. >> secretary clinton. so it's going to get even more, money, everything. she is such a -- >> call her dark money. >> money there's' not even attributed to -- deborah wasserman, the found -- >> you know it's not like a good nonprofit where you can do your dollar matching to what your dollar is buying.
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>> of the five people left running for president, there's an odd thing that's happening as a lot of people really like bernie sanders. even if they don't agree with him, he's the most likeable of the five and he's the most sincere of the five and most straight. >> i do not agree with his policies but -- >> in looking at polling this weekend bernie and john kasich are the only two with net positives. donald trump and the hillary clinton are leading. i want to talk about russia as well. so we've seen provocation. i don't know, is there any other word you would call having russian jets buzz our warship and then come back for more, getting 50 feet off a wing tip of a u.s. air force plane. >> this is a planned provocation. i have dear friends the coast of which this incident occurred. kaliningrad turned from a beach
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resort to military installation. the people have been told expect war, it's coming. the russians have a strategy of provocation, destabilizing europe, taking over effectively parts of syria, creating the refugee crisis, facilitating the iranians n s not reigning in t north koreans, so our world in a dangerous point and where did the president if go? to argentina and before hand to cuba. >> what is the significance of that, pat? >> the significance of this that the world is blowing up around us as bill clinton reminded us web he left office it wasn't like this. >> he minded us two weeks ago. >> he trashed obama. >> he trashed obama. >> he did and nobody covered it because it would have hurt hillary's narrative in the press. i am tired of what the american people not only have to face politicians and people out for
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themselves but a press decided they will not represent the american people. but what happened in that airplane, the fact that they let planes get that close to carriers because the doctrine of barack obama is to surrender at every point. >> hold on, hold on. >> whether it is our boats, or whether our sailor, taken, they should have shot those planes down the second time. you're intruding on territory. what we have following our show tonight a stripped down military. >> you're talking about that pictu picture. >> hillary clinton and my party has done this. >> we'll be right back. unleashe. quite like the human foot. introducing the 255 horsepower lexus is 300 all-wheel-drive. with twenty-five percent more base horsepower. once driven, there's no going back.
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we actively manage with expertise and conviction. so you can invest with more certainty. mfs. that's the power of active management. pretty sure we were talking about our place in the world and russia with our military. >> i want to build on what tug and pat said, why are they buzzing these ships? the real reason they know obama will do nothing, they wouldn't shoot the planes down because we don't want to be seen as having
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a war with russia. the message is to lithuania, latvia, estonia, maybe poland, america will not stand with you, therefore nato will not stand with you. you're all alone and we the big bad russian bear with putin we're going to come in and take what we want. that's that. on the iranian thing we had a bad development this week, one of the key iranian leaders said you know something? we may not follow through on this nuclear deal now. we don't really like what we're hearing out of america. well, guess what? they've already got $150 billion, the sanctions are lifted. >> they can paint it all they want. >> and one very simple analogy i would make to close. we have political discord at home. we have weakness overseas. we are perceived as lacking a mission, core values and a strategy. >> all right, so engrained in our memories is the picture of our marines in the hands of iranian soier soldiers on their,
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captured. that's a weird and wrong message of capitulation around the world. >> they seized them and there was no penalty for it. >> have a great week, we have to go. as hot spots arise around the world, our military is powering down. >> most of you in the army know is that the army is reducing its size. >> i worry about the capability and capacity to win in a major fight. >> with the armed forces getting new marching orders -- >> male rotc cadets were pressured by the military to walk around in women's high heels. >> i found that entire incident just kind of bizarre. >> is the new u.s. military ready to face new threats? >> you're sending the message to the rest of the world you're basically retreating. >> fox news reporting.

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