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the show. what am i saying? of course it's going to be cute. that is it for us tonight. be sure to follow me on twitter and zbram and facebook, tell me what you think. thanks for watching, and remember, i'm watters, and this is my world. right now on justice, should cruz crews on? should kasich quit? >> am i sitting and crying and whining in a diaper that the system is unfair. >> tonight we analyze the race with the focus on those unbound delegates. what's in it for them? plus -- >> the race is absurd. >> i'm on the move, even stopping at a busy diner to get your take on who should go and who should stay. what do you think of donald? >> i have got to say i have got a sbeet spot for done. but he is a bit off the charts. crazy, but i like him.
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>> justice starts now. breaking tonight, we're just days away from yet another super tuesday. it's a battle for the east, and the stakes couldn't be higher. hello, and welcome to justice. i'm judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us. gop front-runner donald trump wrapped up a busy day campaigning in connecticut where the state unemployment rate is higher than even the national average. it's one of five key states set to go to the polls just three days from now. and joining me by phone from the trump campaign is the executive vice president of the trump organization, donald trump's son, eric. all right. good evening, eric. >> it's great to be on, judge. >> all right. eric, your father is storming through the east. he has got several states. and he has got a win in -- on tuesday, and it appears that he is doing quite well. do you think that donald trump has a chance to win before the convention with bound delegates alone?
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>> oh, there is no question about it. i think we are going to blow through the 1237. we're still on an amazing high from new york. our people really came out and voted in full force. obviously on tuesday we've got pennsylvania, connecticut, rhode island, delaware and maryland. and i think we are going to do amazing. i mean, every single one of the polls has us with double digit leads over cruz. it is a funny, coming into this contest on tuesday cruz is actually dead last in most of the states. so i think by the end of the night on tuesday i think we are going to have you know, 400, 450 delegates more than cruz. and i think for all intents and purposes that's really going to enit. >> you are right, connecticut, pennsylvania, delaware, maryland, donald trump double digits in all of them. what if there were to be a floor fight? eric, do you believe that your father can win a floor fight? >> i really do. i really do. i can tell you i was in pennsylvania yesterday. i mean, just the spirit is so high. and you know i spoke to some of the delegates. just the spirit so high among
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people. people are really jumping on. and they see what he is doing. amazing well. i think there was a floor fight, i would he would win. i don't think there is going to be a floor fight. i think we are going to blow through the 1237. in fact i think we'll have many more. the polls in indiana look incredible. the newest polls in california, really rival our perform an in new york. >> yeah. >> judge, i think we are going to blow through and i think we are going to take it all the way. >> all right. >> i think cruz has really had his last stan. >> this week the rnc meeting in florida. and a couple of thing came out of that. one is that they are saying that the rnc is not going to change any of the rules. and then they also -- what came out of that meeting is that donald trump is going to be raising money for the rnc. you know, did your dad cut a deal? was this a quid pro quo? how did that come about. >> the rnc also said they have to stand behind the front-runner. they have to stand behind the front-runner. they have to band together and
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the party has to unite. i think the party will do that. the reality is the sooner we can turn our attention on hillary the better the chances the republicans have to win the election. we need to tart doing that. if we are going to be 400 delegates ahead we need to start doing that tuesday. >> let me talk about paul manafort, the convention manager says we are going to be seeing a kinder gentler donald trump. i want you to listen to your dad's response. >> he said, you know, donald my be changing a little bit over a period of time. and maybe he'll tone it down. i sort of don't like toning it down. we keep -- i'm going the talk about that in a second because it's interesting. isn't it nice that i'm not one of these teleprompter guys? >> what do you say to that eric? >> it is what makes him so special. when you look at the turnout at the polls you have two and three times as many people coming out to the ols to vote. that's because that's him, he is
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larger than life and bringing personal into politics. frankly, i think a party should embrace that. you want people voting. he is growing the party. if you look at pennsylvania they had 180,000 democrats and independents that switched over to the republican party so they could vote for somebody. it's about time we grow our party. >> why did paul man for the say that. >> there is a time when he will become serious. when we get the ned he will be serious and he is going to be an amazing president and command respect. at the same time he wants to have energy and do what he does best. you know, he is going to bring a lot of people into this party and he is going to excite a lot of people. you know, judge, a lot of people in my generation -- i'm 33 years old. there is a lot of people in my generation who wanted nothing to do with politics. i talked to my friends. they are saying listen this is the most excited we've been. we love it. we are watching it. we can't take our eyes off the tv. that's solely attributed to what he is doing. >> no question.
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a quick question before we go. casic and cruz, how do you get them out of the race? >> i don't know. if they would do what's right for the party they would drop out. you had cruz no long ago tell case wassic to drop out. there is no path to the 1237, no path for you. now there is no path or cruz. he would need to win 107% of the remaining delegates. it's as hypocritical as it comes. come tuesday we are going to be 400 delegates ahead. the sooner they drop out the sooner we can turn our attention to hillary and the better the party will be. they should do it and do it quickly. >> eric trump thank you for being with us. >> thanks so much, judge. great being on as always. joining me is jeff buhly, general council to the republican state republican committee since 1991. former counsel for romney for president campaign as well as working in florida for the rnc or whatever that was.
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but you've been in a lot of presidential races. >> all over the place, yes. >> all over the place. all right, jeff. you see donald trump getting to 1237 before the july convention? >> well, look, it's quite possible. but the real question is, what if he doesn't? and then, what are his tactics that he can use at the convention to get to 1237? and there has been a lot of articles and a lot of press lately about, well, what would the role of money and mr. trump's wealth play at the convention? >> let's talk about that. assuming that there is a contested convention, you've got all of these delegates, some of them bound, some of them unbown. the rules are crazy in terms of when they become unbown. eventually most of them become unbound by the third ballot possibly. >> right. >> how does a kasich, a cruz or a trump go to a delegate and say forget about what your state said, what you are sworn to do,
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i'm your guy. do i buy you din center do i send your kid to college? what are the kids. >> on the first ballot there are 160 or 200 delegates that will be unbound. on the first ballot those delegates will be the target. first and foremost is going to be politics. most of these delegates are local -- are state or local leaders. and while they obviously want to elect a president of the united states, their primary concern is what effect is this presidential going to have on down ballot races? it's going to come down to old-fashioned political lobbying and political strategy. and i would expect some lavish fund-raisers and lavish strategy session boos at this presidential candidates bringing in the local delegates and convincing them they are the best for the party and for the country. >> what amazes me is you have got these people actually running for delegates who don't even know who they are going to be supporting and they are
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competing and they are going through all of these shenanigans. why would someone want to be a delegate. >> i would like to hope it's for god and country. >> bleebl it? >> in some cases, yes. but you know that raises a good question. what could be the role of money in this process. so what could be the role of money? first i'd say here's two dead cat facts. first is that this convention, if mr. trump doesn't have one, two, three, seven going in will be one of the most highly watched and scrutinized events in modern political history. two we live in an era where prosecutors and courts are vigilant and watching and trying to enforce an open, transparent and fair political system. >> you see this as a scenario where nobody is going to cross any lines. but there are no lines, are there? >> there are lines. they are bribery statutes, prohibitions for offering jobs in administrations. >> i was a delegate because i
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was an elected official years ago in a presidential convention. as a public official what it is $75 -- >> well in new york it's now 15. when you were there it was 75. it's been lower. there are federal laws, state laws, there is a lot of laws. >> but i was a public official. what about the delegate who is out in kansas and says -- >> the bottom line is they still can't exchange their vote for cash. they still can't exchange their vote for lavish gifts. they can attend a political rally or fund-raiser. here is what i fine interesting. what is legal is that most delegates only have expenses related to attending the convention. those delegates do not -- if they only spend money on antiing the convention are allowed to get contributions and raise money to that affect and they do not have to form and file political committees with the federal election commission. they do, however, can only raise money from federally permissible
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sources which means individuals and federal pacs, no corporations, no labor unions. and here's another kicker. there is no contribution limit to them. so you ask, okay, so how can they go about getting money? >> wait a minute. there is no contribution limit to -- >> the delegates. >> the delegates? >> right. >> but if someone gave them a contribution that was over and above what they would need for normal conventions expenses. >> what if say i want to have a $1,000 bottle of wine. >> that's a gray line but it is a line that a prosecutor could draw. what do they need beyond subsistence. >> what makes you think they are going to be closely watched? you can't watch every delegate. >> you cannot watch any delegate. but it's the campaigns that are going to be to watch themselves. these are all very sophisticated organizations. they all have top flight legal counsels out of washington. and they know what they are doing. but there is one opportunity that i believe is lawful. that's what i was getting back
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to on these political committees. in the past, big donors never gave to delegates for two reasons. one, conventions were coronations. and two, every donor had a two-year aggregate limit of $42,000 and change that they could give to all federal candidates, u.s., senate congress delegates in a two-year period. but in 2014 we had the inmccutchen case which struck down that aggregate limit. now big donors can give to delegates without running into a cap. this is going to be the first convention post mccutchen. and either side -- >> you are being very legal here. bottom line? >> it's an opportunity for big money. >> an opportunity for big money, which might explain why all these people are running to be delegates and getting 250 signatures and fighting to make sure the signatures are legal. >> yes. >> contested convention? yes or no? >> i will say yes. >> i will say no. jeff, my oepd old friend thanks
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for being with us tonight. >> thank you, judge. what do these unbound delegates expect in exchange for their support? i'm talking to a potential one tonight and i'm going to ask him. next, john kasich, no chance, no path to get to 1237. so why is this man still in the race? i think i know the answer but i'm going to ask charlie black, a john kasich strategist and a long-time republican insider. plus -- >> it's probably going to be between trump and hillary. >> uh-huh. >> it probably will be. >> do you want to let us know? tough decisions in a local diner after i stop in to serve up some street justice. >> and i ask who should stay in the race and who should go. justice rolls on in a moment. p?
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brand-new fox news polls out of two major states that could make or break the republican nomination. donald trump with a significant lead in both indiana and california. so is it time for cruz and kasich to get out? join meeg now is chairman of the prime policy group and second quarter campaign strategist, my
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friend charlie black. good evening charlie. >> good evening, judge. >> your candidate is mathematically eliminated and no way to win unless there is a contested convention. do you agree? >> there is going to be a contested convention. so nobody is mathematically eliminated until somebody gets to 1237. >> let me ask you this, trump is short 390, cruz about 678, and kasich, 1090. >> well, here's the thing. mr. trump has a lot of delegates that will be bound to him on the first ballot. some on the second ballot who are not for him. so when they are released, they are no longer bown. trump is going to loose up to as much as half of his votes. trump is not going to be the nominee. it will then turn to a contest between cruz and kasich. most of the uncommitted delegates and a lot of the trump delegates are party regulars. like you described earliering they are elected officials or people who have been involved in
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the party for a long time. what they want is somebody who is qualified to be president and who can win. >> then why is donald always winning charlie? >> he is not always winning. he has gotten 37% of the total votes cast in the primaries. >> yeah, but that takes it from 17 or 16 down to 3. but my question is, he killed it in new york all right? and then he's going to kill it in california. he's up like 23 points in california. no. 27 in california. >> well, there hasn't been a campaign run in california yet. and there will be a lot of those congressional districts where kasich especially will be competitive just like he was in manhattan. he won manhattan. >> one. >> and there will be some were wruz is competitive. look, both kpruz and kasich are going to get more delegates before the convention. so is trump. but he is not going to have 1237. and the uncommitted delegates are largely unavailable to him because they know he cannot win the general election. >> all right, let me ask you
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this. there is -- i think there was a republican congressman from pennsylvania that was talking about the pennsylvania primary. and take a listen to what he said. >> violent, there is an open contest the delegates must advance not only the candidate who shares their values but one who the most electable in the fall. and we all know that governor kasich matches up best against hillary clinton, particularly in swing states. >> okay. so now there is another kasich supporter. he says particularly in swing states that kasich is so strong. then i looked at the swing states, charlie. kasich lost colorado, florida, iowa, new hampshire, nevada and virginia. the only swing state he won is his own, ohio. >> well, in the primaries -- in the primaries, judge, what you are talking about is if you look at everybody's general election polls, and kasich is ahead with far more than enough electoral votes to win the presidency.
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he is on average ahead of hillary clinton ten points nationally for the last six months. trump is an average of 11 points behind her. and cruz is also behind her. so people -- the delegates take their responsibilities seriously. nobody is going to buy them or wine and dine them and get their vote. >> okay. >> they are going to figure out that john kasich is the winner and also would be a good president. >> let me ask you this. it sounds to me like what you are saying is the primary is different from the general election. >> of course. >> you are almost assuming if he can win the swing states in the general election that he can't win in a primary election, it's almost like you are saying the democrats are going to come over to kasich. >> as a matter of fact, some democrats will. but a lot of independents and moderates and a lot of minority who will not vote for trump or cruz will vote for john kasich. look at what he has done in ohio. he won by 30%. he got 26% of the african-american vote and almost a majority of the hispanic vote
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in ohio. yes, he can win the general election. >> that's his own state. nowhere else. >> look at the polls. >> i have got to tell you charlie, look you are smarter than i am with this stuff, and i know you have follows. >> don't start that on me. >> i know they are your thing. i say to myself jeanine, how do you get up every morning and say i'm going to be president when you have only won one state. it is a like mirror mirror on the wall make me the most presidential of them all. how does he get through it psychologically when you want win. >> he will win the general election. 80% of the delegates can vote their conscious and they will ask who can beat hillary clinton. that's john kasich. he can win the nomination. then if you look at all the national or state by state polls done in the last six months he is the only one that beats clinton. we're ready. >> i can tell, charlie. charlie black thank you for joining us tonight. >> thank you, judge. >> all right.
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and my political panel is next. plus, the people voted for him fair and square, but they are out to stop him. i go one on one with a pollster for the stop trump super pac. why would someone want to stop the people's choice and even admit to it? you are not going to want to miss it. it's all ahead. plus, street justice. stay with us. ine.
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u.n. security resolutions. now back to judge jeanine. the countdown is on to yet another critical super tuesday. it is a battle for the east as the fight for delegates continues. i'm going to ask my panel who they think the winners and losers will be. marianne naush and boris epstein. let me go to you marianne first. the math make it impossible for bernie sanders to gain any ground and secure the nomination before the convention. but what's amazing, he has raised almost as much as hillary, that he has almost as much money on hand as hillary, that he is continuing to stay in to the convention. he is just hurting her. can't you guys get him to quit? >> well, i mean, money can't buy you love or votes in some cases. that's the case here.
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hillary clinton leads him in every other measure. >> what in politics reflects people's belief in a candidate, especially when it's little contributions. you know that. >> absolutely. but those contributions aren't matched in votes. already hillary clinton has almost 3 million more votes than bernie sanders, 300 plus pledged delegates and super delegates. hillary clinton leads in every contest in every measure aside from the money part. and she has twice as many delegates than barack obama that over her in 2008. i think that tells you everything. bernie sanders is a cause candidate. he doesn't want to leave this race. he is saying in through june 7th at least. i think the question is at the going to continue to attack her rather than make his points about his causes? >> let me ask you this. a third of his supporters -- and he has a lot of them marianne, say there is no way under the sun they are voting for hillary. and he is not promising to push them, saying unless and until
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hillary, you know, tells me what she's going to put on her platform, antiwall street and all that other stuff, i'm not even going to tell my followers to vote for her. >> right. and i think that's a mistake by bernie sanders. and it's stark contrast with how hillary clinton conducted herself when barack obama wrapped up the nomination. that lost month going into june 7th, she didn't do that. >> millenials could care less about the last one. >> they didn't vote last time. >> the fact is sanders has to try to help bring them over. if not, hillary clinton has the win them over. >> i don't think he is going to do it. do you? >> i don't think he is going to do it either. it's easy to bring in the establishment like she did in '08. harder to bring in the millenials. she is the quins quintessential establishment candidate. she has been so long. if sanders doesn't push for her, these people will stay home or come out for donald trump. >> it makes sense they would come out for trump only because
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of the fact he is an outside establishment candidate. let me ask you this. let's tack about v.p. would she ever pick sanders as a vp candidate to lock that millenial vote up? marianne? >> i'd ano. >> no. that's okay. i doubt that. i think you've seen in the boston globe and the "new york times" today a long list of possibilities. you could see elizabeth warren would be appealing to sanders supporters. amy cloeb chart charred, shared brown. >> is america ready for two women, president and vp? >> i hope she picks one. that would be great for news go ahead marianne. >> people said the same thing when bill clinton picked al gore. two white southern males. that's the model. barack obama took a different
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model. >> i think she is so flawed it doesn't matter who she picks. there is going to be fraegs on her in the general, benghazi and the e-mails and everything else. trump is going to crush her on that. >> guys i want to show you a couple of screens. possible vp pick based on the delegate map. i did this this afternoon. now, if trump adds kasich, he gets to 993 delegates right away, before this tuesday. and of course if cruz adds rubio, he gets to 730. now i'm going to go to you boris. do you think there is a chance trump would pick kasich? >> of course there is a chance. and kasich hasn't gone that hard after trump and trump hasn't gone that hard against kasich. there has been a koordiality between the two. kasich has done well in his home state. it is the only state but he brings ohio with him. he would be a strong pick for trump. >> like i said, two women for hillary, you have got two white
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males for done. >> they are different. >> let me go to cruz and marco. do you see thatas as a possible? >> sure, i'd like to be in the room when they decide who the president and the vice president is. marco is still holding on to his delegates. it's possible but they still don't win -- they could add two of them each and they still don't get it. >> let me go to you marianne. what do you think hillary's v.p. choice is going to depend on? she will make it after the republicans go to convention and she knows who she is running against, right? >> possible. or she might pick it ahead of time. i don't think anyone knows. people don't vote for president based on vice president. but it helps you make the case against the person you are running against. who is the best person to do that? on the republican side maybe kasich because you can't be a president as a republican without ohio but ultimately donald trump would have to win ohio. i think hillary clinton has better shot at that. i think hillary clinton is going to look and see who is the best
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partner she could have in this endeavor that could help prosecute the case against the republicans. and i fully expect that to be donald trump. and he can pick whoever he wants as vice president because he is not going to need their delegates. i degree with eric trump that he is going to hit 1237 on june 7th on his on. >> i happen to agree. trump gets to 1237 before the convention. >> absolutely. sweeps on tuesday. he is leading in indiana, a pleasant surprise. doing well in california. gets to 1237. if he is 25 short, six weeks between the last primary and the convention, plenty of time to get those delegates on his side. >> here's the thing. carson has nine. bush has four. huckabee has one. came out for, appears -- i don't think he endorsed for trump as carson has. >> carson endorsed. >> he can collect collect crumbs along the way. >> and 150 unbown. he can get 25 or 30 from those, too. >> what does he do to get them unbound. >> you make the case that tur
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best candidate to face off against hillary. you don't have wine them and dine. he has a better chance of getting 25 or 30 than cruz does, who needs 600. pennsylvania delegates may play a major role in who ends up being the republican nominee. joining me now is a pennsylvania delegate candidate chris vogueler. chris, why do you want to be a delegate? >> first off, judge, thank you for inviting me on this evening. >> pleasure. >> i want to be a delegate for a number of reasons. first and foremost this is going to be a very important election, one of the most pivotal i think since 1980 of what direction this country is going to go in. are we going to continue down the road of the past eight years and barack obama? obviously, i think we cannot do that for a number of reasons. >> but aside from that, you are running to be an unbown delegate in pennsylvania. and as a result, you don't have to go the way your state goes.
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number one, why do you think you are a better judge of who a president should be than the people who voted in pennsylvania? >> well first off, i definitely wouldn't say per se that i am more of an authority than any of the other voters of our district, which i'm running in the first district. the criteria that i have said publicly is that first and foremost i'm going to seriously consider how the district votes as to what my decision may be. >> but you may go against the district. you say first and foremost. what else do you need to know about these candidates that we don't already know? now why? why do you want to do this? i know it's important. >> well, one of the reasons i ran for delegate individually was that i feel that our district is split between philadelphia and delaware county. people that were interested in running for a delegate, none of them came from my part of the city and the part of the
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neighborhoods -- i live in a middle class row house area which comprises most of the district. and you know, some of our issues locally are very different than someone that lives in pittsburgh or lancaster. so i mean i wanted someone who is actually a urban republican from the city of philadelphia to have their views brought forth at the convention. >> all right. so are you voting for the majority? are you voting for yourself? >> in what way voting for -- >> in other words, by not following, you know, the choice of pennsylvania, and by, you know, going back to a smaller area you're now saying you are not -- that your vote is something that will depend upon what serves a few people rather than a majority of the people. >> no, that's not what bim' saying necessarily. what i'm saying is that i'm going to seriously consider the vote of the first district
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republicans. that is who is electing me and my fellow delegates to the convention. those are the people that are choosing to send us to cleveland. why someone is voting for president in the first district in say my neighbor of mayfair could be very different why someone is voting for president in lancaster or allentown. i respect my decision why but i think that i should serve my constituents first. >> chris vogueler thank you for being with us and good luck. >> thank you. next i take on a stop trump pollster. plus, should cruz keep cruising, should bernie say bye-bye? >> bernie should say bye-bye. cruz you this sail along and it should be clinton and the donald. >> is it time to clear the way for the front-runners? i take it to the streets
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less than three days away from super tuesday battle for the east, and the question remains, how far will the gop establishment go to stop donald trump from getting the nomination? take a look at this clip from showtime's series the circus of some republican insiders talking strategy and see what you think. >> what are you doing or plan to do to stop him? >> he is working -- >> exactly. >> what are you doing? >> we're working on it. >> we were effective in iowa. that was now knock him into second. >> none of us know who you are talking about. >> our principal. >> katie packer, pac. >> who what is your roll in that pac. >> polling. >> joining me now, ed geek.
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how are you doing to do it. stop trump? >> we have been doing it. >> doesn't look that way with the numbers. >> it does. i have to loek look at the overall numbers. and not looking at it as an establishment but as a pollster. one of the interesting things about this election, when it started we had two candidates with almost universal name id, one was hillary clinton. one was donald trump. both of hymn them had a 55% unfavorable rating before this campaign started. today hillary still has a 55% unfavorable rating. today donald trump has a 65% unfavorable rating. and 53% feel that strongly. we have two flawed candidates, one of which has become more flawed when you look at the general election. >> all right. >> that's a major concern. >> okay but listen, ed, you have been a republican party insider for many years. and i mean, have you ever worked
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against a republican to stop a republican? don't you work for candidates? >> i always work for candidates. but in this -- >> who are you working for now? >> i react like -- if you look at the republican voters, when trump first jumped into this, he had a third of republicans that really liked what he had to say. they liked his style. >> you are not answering my question. >> i'm going to answer your question. >> okay. >> there was another 30% that had a visceral reaction. they didn't like his bullying nature, his crassness, his coorsness. i was one of those. >> okay, okay. >> i was one of those. when i look at the polling numbers and what i see today is the third that had the initial reaction against him are now just as intense as the third that liked him in the beginning. >> who are you working for? >> that is a problem for the republican party. >> who are you working for? >> who am i working for? i believe strongly that trump is the wrong person to be nominated and i'm doing everything i can
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to stop it. >> okay. but don't you feel that as a party establishment insider you are looking to do nothing more than disenfranchise the american voter and keep the establishment train running? >> you are not hearing what i'm saying -- there are as many republican -- i'm not talking about the republican. i'm talking about everyday voters out there. >> everyday voters who voted for trurch. >> today there is many republican voters that strongly dislike donald trump as strongly like donald trump. you get outside of republican voters to independent voters and democrats, he's off the chart. >> okay. >> this is not about the wooem people's will. >> are you saying he can't win and therefore you are going to tell us who can win? >> my analysis of looking at the numbers he has dug himself just such a deep hole -- he can talk about i can change or i was kidding in the primaries as some of his handlers have said. but the bottom line is, these people have taken a look at his
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character, they have decided they don't like it and they are not going to be easy to move back in his column. he is in deep trouble. >> california, he is aby something crazy like 27 points. >> first of all, the most credible poll that -- in california is the field poll. they have it at only seven points. we did a poll in indiana. we have him at dead even. you are going to have polls all over the place. the bottom line is each of these races coming forward. look, in terms of our polling we had him winning by 57% three weeks out of new york. all the polls were closer. we use voter lists, we get down and drill to the who the voters are. >> that's over our head. bottom line, trump is winning but you don't think he can win? >> he still hasn't broken 38% n. a business model if you add -- >> we have got to go. >> okay.
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has won one out of 38, well, cruz has only one what? ten or 11? i have won 22 or 23, millions of votes ahead. i think they both should get out. what are they doing? >> so is donald trump right and should bernie sanders say good-bye, too? i visited several out at a new york city diner, take a look. >> i'm looking at his french fries and they look fantastic, should bernie sanders get out? >> bernie sanders should keep on. >> what do you say to people who say that there is no way bernie sanders can make it? >> just because he can't win the nomination straight out doesn't mean henfluence the party. >> the race is absurd.
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>> why? >> we don't really have any candidates that represent the american people well. >> i like john kasich, but i think he needs to drop out. it needs to be cruz and trump. >> go bernie sanders. >> you like bernie? >> what do you think of donald? >> i have to say, i have a sweet spot for donald, but he is a little off the charts crazy. >> probably between donald and trump. it probably will be. >> do you want to let us know? where are you from? >> the u.k. yuccorkshire. isn't your country one that wanted to ban donald trump? >> i think one of many, i think one of many. >> should bernie get out of the way and let hillary run? >> what about john kasich. >> they should got out of there.
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>> bernie is for us. >> should cruz keep cruising? should bernie say good-bye? >> bernie should say good-bye, cruz should sail along, and it should be clinton and the donald. >> where are you from? >> napless. >> napless, florida? >> napless, italy. >> you don't know donald trump? >> a, yeah, for president. >> what do you think? >> i don't like. >> but the fact that bernie can't make it mathematically, what is the point of him staying in? >> i think it's just the principles, the things he believes in. >> you're from paris? do you know donald trump? >> what do you think of him? >> he is a good speaker. >> yes, and what about hillary? >> she is too. >> what do you like better? >> hillary. >> why. >> because she is kind. >> you think she is kind?
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greg gutfeld is next, see you next week. not to be. that's it for us. julie banderas is next. >> this is a fox report. donald trump, and ted cruz and john kasich sweeping across the rhode island, delaware and connecticut and pennsylvania. some are considering it a make or break day. at stake whether donald trump can get enough delegates before the republican convention in cleveland. trump is out front and the only cand daut that could reach the number. ted cruz warning


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