where it belongs. in the citizens, in the hands of citizens of this nation, small businesses. communities and states. that is why having a constitutional conservative in the white house matters. because a president, in order to fix what ails us must restore our constitutional balance of power. >> our entrenched political system, our system of crony capitalism, it works if you're a big company. but it doesn't work if you're a small company. it works if you're wealthy or powerful. or well-connected like donald trump or hillary clinton. just as a for example. but it doesn't work for the rest of us. ours was intended to be a citizen government. and now we must restore, and a president ted cruz will restore power back where it belongs in
the hands of citizens. and communities and the states of this great nation. >> what is at stake now is the future of our nation. the potential of our nation. will this be a nation where every american regardless of their circumstances, has the opportunity that comes from their god-given gifts? be one nation indivisible, under god, with liberty and justice for all or not? our country is being taken away from us. by the elites, by the crony capitalists, by the special interests that have captured both parties. they are taking away, not only what we treasure about this nation, but what has made this nation great. what has made this nation a place of possibility for so many
people. my fellow americans, people of indiana, it is time we must take our country back. >> this is the fight of our time. and i believe ted cruz is the man to lead that fight. and i am prepared to stand by his side and give this everything i have, to restore the soul of our party, to defeat donald trump, to defeat hillary clinton, and to take our country back.
>> and so my fellow citizens, you must stand with us. you must fight with us. we must restore the potential of this nation. we must restore what has made this nation great for so many people. regardless of their circumstances. so the possibilities of this nation, the opportunity of this nation, the rights and liberties of this nation can extend to every american. ladies and gentlemen, this is the fight of our times, ted cruz is the man to lead that fight. i will stand proudly by his side. i want to you stand with us as we fight. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back the next president of the united states, ted cruz. ♪ ♪
♪ this is a fox news alert. ted cruz making an unconventional move. announcing carly fiorina as his vice presidential pick. before even securing the gop nomination. i don't even get to introduce my co-hosts, but they're here, kimberly, juan, eric and greg. it's in his contract that he gets introduced. joking. so we were here last night. we were here this morning. >> we're alive. >> we love doing that show. >> tales from the crypt. >> that's why we're in the news business. what do you make of this news by ted cruz today? some seeing it as a little bit of unprecedented or unconventional. >> i'm sure some people are super excited about it. carly fiorina, i like her very much, she's smart, talented. highly capable and a great role model for conservative women and
someone who can take on hillary clinton. i'm sure there's people clicking their heels, clapping their hands. super excited. but it's almost like did i miss a couple of weeks, a couple of months, this is what's happening at the convention, right? so it's definitely putting the cart in front of the horse, that's for sure. but i thought it all went well. the singing freaked me out a little bit. a little -- >> in case you didn't see it, there was a little singing at the beginning of the speech. >> a little children of the corn that was the only part. president obama can sing quite well. >> she can deliver a very good speech. >> she is well-liked by conservatives. >> she's been helpful to them. >> if you want to change the subject. i guess this is the way if indiana is in fact cruz's alamo, you play the cards you have. and this was probably his best card to play. >> i understand why carly said yes to this. i get that. but what a desperation move for ted cruz to do this. on the heels of other desperation moves, of hey, let's
team up with kasich. who picks a vice presidential nominee or candidate when you just lose six races in a row and get slaughtered six times in a row. it seems like he's trying to pull anything out to maybe hold on to indiana and who knows, it doesn't mean ted cruz would keep carl y fiorina as his vice presidential nominee if he is nominated. jeb bush bowed out with class. mark mark bowed out with class. it's probably time for ted cruz to do the same. >> he's not going to do that. so he's -- saying, in this move, i think greg he's saying we're trying to win a majority here. they still think if they can win in indiana, they can deny donald trump to getting to the 1237. >> the media cycle is like a leprecha leprechaun, everybody is trying to capture it, while donald trump is on every network eating their lucky charms. >> tasty.
>> the stunts and they are stunts, because we've seen a lot of them, they're forcing people's hands. so they're sometimes making choices that they don't have to make. it's like buying something because it's on sale. and i think that's what kind of feels like now. and registering for a wedding gift when you're not getting married. it seems a little bit premature. >> except if you know it's probably bound to happen any minute. >> it's wishful thinking. i will say she is a good choice. for all the reasons you mentioned. and for a couple that you didn't. which i've always been talking about. which is i think she's the strongest person when it comes to cyber warfare, artificial intelligence, and technology married to terror. this is somebody that in any administration you should grab and take her brain, because i really do think she probably is on top of this stuff more than anybody. so i think that's valuable. >> can i maybe suggest two others that maybe even more valuable? suzannah martinez or nikki
haley. but you're not going to get two sitting governors latching on to a campaign unless something goes on at the convention. >> let's get your take on it, juan. >> why would you say that about ted cruz? >> which part? >> you said he would ditch her the minute that he had -- >> he could. >> i don't know where you get that from. because i think he's a man of his word, he said that's his vice presidential pick. >> you're on the trust ted bandwagon? >> well no, but i'm saying, if you saw donald trump say this is my nominee. i wouldn't come out and immediately say, i doubt him. i think he's -- i think you know what, you got to trust people at some level. i think this is his moment. this is his move. let's give it some celebration. but i will say i agree with you, that when it comes to like someone like susanna martinez, nikki haley, joanie ernst, these are republican women that i really think have political experience, they would be tremendous addition to any gop
ticket. >> you like them? >> i do. let me just say this is quite different than sarah palin. now see i think sarah palin is a model for this kind of push. where you know, 53% of voters in 2012 guess what, they were women. obama won and i think it was plus 11 over romney. so you got to make a move there. now obviously donald trump has a big problem with women. so that's why ted cruz decides, hey, i'm going to bring out a strong, conservative woman with a track record in terms of -- >> the woman that was targeted by him when he deny graded her looks. >> and also on the merits. i think she stands up as a good vice presidential choice. and by all accounts they get along very well. she was a keynote speaker at cpac and talked about the importance of constitutional conservatism. i think she and ted cruz align very well. i don't think it's just the woman part. >> they'll be able to split up in the state because she can get
a crowd on her own so they'll be able to cover a lot more ground. i admit it's a last-minute desperation move. but not a bad one to play. >> juan points out john mccain picked sarah palin. you know what the date of that was? >> it was august. late august. >> he went there. he was already the nominee. he knew he had two things to cover. he had to cover the women vote. he had to make sure he closed that gap a little bit and also that he could be nonestablishment outsider type. so that's what sarah palin -- >> she was the governor. >> what does carly bring that ted doesn't already have? >> that ted doesn't have? >> gender and business experience. >> she has been the target of trump slurring her and calling, you know about her face she had to fire back this represent as segment of republican who is don't like donald trump and she strongly conservative. she, nobody is doubting carly fiorina's strength as a businesswoman and as a
conservative. >> nor am i. i'm sorry, greg, doubting her strengths as a businesswoman. i don't know about her conservatism. i think the names i mentioned, nikki haley and susanna martinez would be so much better for ted cruz. >> why? >> planned parenthood. >> seated governors brings the female vote. susanna martinez brings the latin american vote. >> so we just went through six months being told that we don't want governors as presidents, now we want them as candidates? i think cruz learned from the master, he learned from donald trump. when something happens that could hurt you, you have a major announcement the following day, it's your alka-seltzer to that hangover. i thought it was, we never really questioned it when donald does it. i do feel it was definitely done because he had a bad night. >> do we have time for this sound byte? donald trump did comment on it earlier today. let's listen to him. >> i think it hurts him, first of all, he shouldn't be naming anybody, because he doesn't even have a chance, all right?
he doesn't have a chance. he's millions of votes behind. he's got no path to victory and he's naming a vice presidential candidate. i guess that's cute. it's not going to help him at all and he shouldn't be naming anybody now, it looks ridiculous, he's not going to get the nomination. >> one of the things i thought he could have done is say look, carly fiorina would be on anybody's short list. and leave it at that. >> but to bring up her height? >> i thought at least he didn't call names or say anything bad. he said okay -- >> your bar is so low, kimberly. >> he didn't make fun of her face, so there's progress. >> it was, you can't denigrate. what dana was saying, on anyone's short list. proud conservative woman. role model, those are the types of things you should say that are true. and you want to unite if you're certain that you're the
presumptive nominee, then you take that opportunity to build the tent and try to bring everybody in. because you know, the world is listening. >> wasn't it wonderfully effective? the news cycle, we're giving it live coverage here. obviously we're not talking donald trump. >> we're about to. >> i will say this, though from a democrat's point of view, she has some liabilities. the planned parenthood video gaffe she did. >> i don't think -- i back her up on it. >> conservatives will back her up on it. >> and we are going to talk about donald trump next, he's doing a town hall with greta tonight. and ted cruz and his running mate carly fiorina join megyn kelly on the kelly file tonight. ahead trump gave his first big foreign policy address. saying he's not changing but starting to show a more presidential side. is he? you decide, next. if a denture were to be
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said directly in front of a series of american flags, trump read from the teleprompter. something he's only done a handful of times. the speech hit on a wide away of foreign policy topics, even touching on north korea and china. then trump took some shots at the current potus. >> my foreign policy will always put the interests of the american people and american security above all else. it has to be first, it has to be. that will be the foundation of every single decision. that i will make. if president obama's goal had been to weaken america, he could not have done a better job. the legacy of the obama/clinton interventions will be weakness confuse, and disarray. a mess. we've made the middle east more unstable and chaotic than ever
before. >> and many of trump's supporters are drawn to the businessman because he talks a tough game for america and here's some of that tough talk. >> i will not hesitate to deploy military force when there is no alternative. but if america fights, it must only fight to win. i will never send our finest into battle unless necessary, and i mean absolutely necessary. and will only do so, if we have a plan for victory with a capital "v." >> kg, a lot of people who don't like trump said he wasn't specific enough. but you pointed out, you picked something you have specific there. >> he said he would only engage in military intervention, military action when absolutel necessary. and no other means available. think that's an important distinction for a nation that is also concerned and war-weary. he coupled that and followed it up with the point that he would only go and win and have
victory. versus make a half-hearted commitment like we saw with the lack of status of forces agreement, which ended up squandering victories in places where we had stabilized regions, only to see themasunder. and that's i think a significant thing that people who have knowledge of the region say that's integral, important and must be included if you're to have success. >> dana, did he hit on the tomics you wanted to hear? was he in-depth enough? >> i thought it was interesting that when this series of speeches was announced, it said that he's going to gel get deep on policy. then they pulled that back this morning and said there's not going to be details. i don't think can you give details in a foreign policy speech until you are president, you can talk about your knowledge or your approach, i think a lot of what he said today will be popular with some people. they want a mix of isolationism
and a pull-back and making sure that america is first in line. which i actually think most presidents agree with that i think there was some contradictions in the speech. if you're in the foreign policy world and saying how can you say that when you said this in 2003. i don't think that necessarily will matter to his supporters. we don't have the tape, but i'm sure you can find it. it's a mild criticism of the white house. so donald trump gave a speech today with the teleprompter, that's unusual for him. there was i think a couple of words that he said that were maybe mispronounced, one of them being tanzania. who cares? at the white house today, when asked about it, the press secretary went ahead and took a whack at donald trump from the podium. i think there's a democratic national committee that exists to be that person. the white house podium is not the place for txts i think it's a dangerous road to go down to have president obama, who will campaign heavily for hillary clinton, i get that.
i just think that americans at large would be better off if the white house stayed out of it. >> do we want to make fun of somebody who use as teleprompter in front of fifth graders. >> especially when the guy you are working for thought there was 51 states. >> it's a dangerous road to go down. i would encourage everybody not to do that from the white house. >> after the speech, ambassador bolton, well-represented guy around here, fox contributor. >> great mustache. >> he used to be the red eye ambassador. >> one of the things in the speech -- >> there was good things, great things and not so great things. it was good, but not good enough for me. i'm a jerk. and as a jerk you always have to be hypercritical, because you want more. the things i felt he was all over the place on was libya, iraq and syria as an isolationist saying we didn't do enough. syria is a contradiction, libya
he was for going in and getting rid of gadhafi and now it's a mess and he wanted the first bush to go in and get saddam, but not the second bush, so a lot of hypocrisy there. he mentioned the video. he mentioned who, the video that benghazi was blamed for. that's a first. to put that, put that kind of impact up there. he -- not only called out radical islam, he compared it to the cold war. and that something that we've been talking about for a long time and i think that's really important. to me it is as bad as the cold war. and as communism. and him saying that that's very important, putting that as a priority over climate change, is incredibly important. he mentioned cyber warfare, artificial intelligence, national missile defense. i want more of that. and i want a lot of it. he did say false song of
globalism. which i don't think he wrote. and i didn't like it. >> he's not john kerry, which is good. >> what about the -- >> he mentioned robots. >> what about the teleprompter. i listened to the speech. i like him when he ad libs, you can do bullet points, i didn't like the reading of the teleprompter. >> it reminded me of a sports car on a governor. when you put a limit. he wants to go, but he's not allowed to because of the prompter. >> you know i don't have any problem with teleprompters, most politicians use teleprompters, i think with donald trump it's contrary to the spirit of donald trump, which is that he's spontaneous, he says what comes to his mind, it's like stream of consciousness, at times it's quite entertaining. and today there was almost i would agree with greg there was something limiting like you couldn't feel the horse get into his stretch. i will say this, he says unpredictable. i'm not telling you what i want to do -- well wait a sect second wlaxt we do know about donald trump is he says let's get out of nato.
and korea, let's, you know, we should stop helping them out. what about when he says, let's build that wall. mexico will pay for it. we don't like trade. so he is at a deficit. he goes into this trying to explain all the reckless things that he said before and the clinton camp comes out and says just that. you can say he's an isolationist. he didn't mean it he's reading from a teleprompter. but he scares a lot of people. >> can i add one more thing. isn't it amazing how people with similar beliefs see him so differently? like ann coulter said it was the best speech since george washington. >> what? >> that's what she said and andrew mccarthy, they have a lot in common said it was incoherent. it's interesting how people look at trump and they see something completely opposite. from people that they actually agree with. >> i want to leave it there. as hillary clinton been playing the woman card to win votes? trump thinks so. they went after one another on
has the general election battle begun, hillary clinton and donald trump went at it last night over the so-called woman card. >> mr. trump accused me of playing the quote woman card. well, if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card -- then deal me in. >> i think the only card she has is the woman's card. she's got nothing else going. and frankly, if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she would get 5% of the vote. the only thing she's got going is the woman's card. and the beautiful thing is, women don't like her.
>> are you reading your notes? >> we've got a surprise. both candidates have struggled in the past with female voters that all changed last entitle. because according to fox news exit polling in three states, trump won 55% of the female vote in connecticut, 54% in pennsylvania, and 50% in maryland. clinton fared even better with women in those same states, 57, 60 and 68%. the match-up, he greg? >> this america is going to be looking forward to this debate. if they become the nominees. this is fraser/ali, holyfield/tyson, jay-z/beyonce. but -- this could be pay-per-view. not that i'm saying it should. you doesn't want to give donald any ideas. it's one of those things when you're walking down the street and it's the super bowl and you can hear people yelling and screaming in bars that's how big it's going to be. about the whole issue, gender
issue, women harder on women than men are on women. research that drives feminists nuts is that women prefer male bosses, there are studies that show that women are not obsessed with gender issues as women politicians and activists wants to you believe and it's sexist to think that women aren't worried in national security or borders or any of the larger issues that aren't just pertaining to some kind of mythical claim about wage inequality. >> all right then. >> what do you think about the polling numbers, did much better with women. that has been an area of discussion and concern. >> that seems to be the trend. earlier he was doing worse in the last couple of races, he seems to be solidifying a little bit. can i push back on -- >> jay-z/beyonce? >> tyson was, everyone thought tyson was going to win. >> you're thinking of ali
spinks. spinks and tyson never fought, right? you mean buster douglas. >> when buster douglas wasn't supposed to win. he came in, he was out of shape and he beat tyson and everyone was like, anyway, that would be my analogy. you know what women care about, and these are the exit polls, they care about jobs and the economy number one and national security number two. if you apply those if it's a trump versus hillary clinton. one of them has a proven record of creating jobs and is a successful businessperson. the other one has proven the ability to take money to use it nefariously, possibly. and national security. does anyone really think hillary clinton, hillary clinton is going to be tougher on foreign policy, in foreign policy on foreign countries than donald trump when we know what happened in libya and in benghazi? anyone think so? if they do, vote for her. >> who has more experience?
if i said to you, who has more experience? >> in business? >> in foreign policy. >> i said tough. >> i don't know about tough, but i want effective. i don't want to send americans out to die for no reason. >> is hillary clinton effective? >> you can read her emails and find out. >> the most effective argument trump has raised so far, is one that raises questions in my mind. he said she doesn't know the stamina. does he know something about her health. is there something wrong? on the democratic side, lots of interesting static for example, jane, you know -- chas his name, i'm forgetting sanders, sanders campaign now letting people go, pretty much that game is over. but sanders' wife saying clinton needs to release these paid speeches as the reason that sanders isn't releasing additional tax papers and they you have rosario dawson raising the monica lewinsky thing.
they're attacking her in a very intriguing way, eric and by the way yesterday, remember, when it comes to republican women, republican women, 46-50 on trump. he's under water with republican women. >> like, sea world. thank you for that. dana, what do you make of the poll numbers, you've been following throughout this election primary season. the exit polls. >> the numbers are a little bit bet anywhere the northeast with republican women. last night there was about a 10% turn-out in four out of five of those states, republicans haven't been able to win these northeastern states in a really long time. i think if he could, if donald trump could flip pennsylvania, that would be, that's like the big pick-up. that would be a really big one for him. it's difficult when you look at the actual numbers of registered democrats to juan's point earlier. obama won women by 11 points. and that is a significant deficit. i've always said i don't think that republicans should underestimate the power of women having a chance to vote for the
first woman. but i also think that democrats should not overestimate that power. and it might just equal itself out. >> so interesting. >> next, a stunning new effort by clinton's camp to stifle free speech online. back in a moment. ♪ every auto insurance policy has a number. but not every insurance company understands the life behind it. those who have served our nation. have earned the very best service in return. ♪ usaa. we know what it means to serve. get an auto insurance quote and see why 92% of our members plan to stay for life.
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have to ask you to leave. >> this is free speech. [ screaming ] >> i can't understand what she's saying. >> i see a future in customer service for her. charming. it's easy to mock her, she's a victim of a cult-like indoctrination by the new campus religion of safe spaces. she claims blocking speech is actually a version of free speech. it's not a bug in the system, it's now the system. the result of the left's long free reign over campus brain matter. consider what passes for expression in the modern media. where such minds end up, a writer for the "guardian," the british liberal fish wrap claims correcting grammar is now racist. >> it doesn't take much to see the power balance when it comes to grammar snobbery. the people pointing out the mistakes tend to be older, whiter or academic. all too often it's a way to
silence people and that's particularly offensive when it's somebody who might already be struggling to speak up. >> expecting quality conversation from a minority is expecting too much. sorry, doesn't it make you the writer, the actual bigot? after all your expectations of nonwhites are so low, she's guilty of activist privilege, an arrogance that allows you to decide who can or can't handle standards. the virus is spreading, during centuries of progress, as we excuse reason from the table of discourse, the campus, once of a exchange of ideas, is now a day care center for outrage merchants, gurgling vitriol. making them excellent candidates for positions the "guardian." >> that event at amherst, it was probably meant to be a bit provocative. >> wherever steven crowder goes.
>> and milo. >> christina is a very, very smart woman. >> they should be lucky to have people come to their school and speak and get up there. >> new ideas. it's scary. >> put them all in a little safety crib with high rails, scared of ideas, scared the free speech. it's so rude. what about manners, let's bring back manners. >> that's the point manners, grammar, racist, juan. imagine if, if somebody told your kids that you know, you don't need proper grammar because that would be racist. >> couldn't get that check from me. not paying that tuition. that's craziness. but you know, i think there's an interesting kind of different view of the world, gregory, which is i saw in the research we had today, that 80% of american college students think free speech is well protected in this country. they don't see it. they think this you know microaggression triggers inviting people like that. in essence is feeding bigotry and hatred on campus.
one group of students on campus who feel oftentimes intimidated that their free speech rights aren't heard and that's black and latino students. >> the enlightenment has come full circle. so the "guardian," the copy editor who checks spelling and grammar is a total racist? >> they should fire him. >> and just print it the way it is. >> yes, exactly. >> that's true. it would save toech time. >> everyone needs a good copy editor. >> i thought that was a very good monologue. >> i would like to talk to dana and get your last thoughts on this. >> i remember the saying from the no child left behind campaign. which was that the soft bigotry of low expectations is what creates a further divide so if you're worried about inequality, one of the things that you should want is standards. that everybody has to meet the same standards, that they should be aggressive ones and you should give people the tools they need and education they need in order to meet them. >> racist.
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it's the big election news everybody is talking about, ted cruz naming carly fiorina as his vice presidential pick. final thoughts around the table. let me begin with you, dana. it looks to me like this is a desperation move and you've also got now people like last stand, you know club for growth. our principles pac pouri iningiy into indiana. is this it for the republican establishment? >> in the new england states, trump swept, he won every county last night. but in wisconsin he was denied. in indiana if that is your last stand and oar going to play your best card, i think that ted cruz played his best card with carly fiorina. i don't think we'll know enough because there's not a lot of polling out of indiana. there might not be between now and tuesday. maybe there will be some over the weekend. we'll see if it has an impact.
if you're going to play a card, i would play this one. >> if you missed it, carly fiorina gave a strong speech. i thought it was effective. but you know, there was a moment, wasn't there, kimberly? >> there was some singing and she has sang before at a couple of other things, what was interesting, because she's a fantastic public speaker and very well prepared, i think gives a great speech. great on the campaign stump. but this, when way doing politics and -- >> shall we show it? >> one second. no hats and don't sing. >> here's the video. ♪ i know two girls that i just adore ♪ ♪ i'm so happy i can see them more ♪ ♪ 'cause we travel on the bus all day ♪ ♪ we get to play ♪ we get to play >> what do you think, gregory. >> very sweet about his daughters. but yes. >> gregory, what do you think? >> you should never come to me for a response. >> what do you mean? >> because, i'm just going to
get in trouble. you're supposed to say nice things and i'm going to say something really bad and people are going to be mad at me for making fun of a woman singing to kids. when i should just say, it was beautiful. >> how boring. >> i think cruz wanted to steal trump's thunder. i think maybe he nabbed a brisk breeze. >> i think he's taken away the whole afternoon news cycle. >> you can have no regrets, you can put it all on the line. i don't think it's going to hurt him. >> what does it do? what's the upside, eric? what's the upside? >> i trash the idea of the whole a block. >> i'm asking you. >> the reverse your way of thinking. >> carly fiorina gets to stay in the public domain. she gets to talk. >> does it help ted cruz with women? >> no. >> the boys don't want to be called. >> meg whitman would help him with women more. nikki haley would help with women more. the only thing that she's
bringing to the race is the fact that she's a woman. >> she should have been caitlyn jenner. the ideal vp pick. >> someone that actually ran in california and did very well. >> lots of great republican women, susanna martinez, nikki haley, joanie ernst. >> we did also just say that the most important issue for women is jobs and the economy. it's something that carly fiorina speaks well to. so if you're looking for me to sum up on a high note, i would say that. >> that was a higher note. >> america's sweetheart ends on a positive note. one more thing up next. you both have a perfect driving record. until one of you clips a food truck. then your rates go through the roof. perfect. for drivers with accident forgiveness, liberty mutual won't raise your rates due to your first accident. liberty mutual insurance.
that's why we make more e-commerce deliveries to homes than anyone else in the country. here, there, everywhere. united states postal service priority: you . time for one more thing. juan williams is first. >> you know there are puzzles in life and this one is puzzling me. the russian defense ministry announced they're buying five dolphin, three males, two females, they got to have their teeth, they paid $26,000. $5,000 apiece and they're going to send these five dolphins to crimea. part of the ukrainian peninsula that was annexed by the russians in 2014. but why? what do they need these dolphins for? i got to say dolphins are no strangers to use in military affairs, u.s. and soviets have trained them to find mines, to intercept underwear spies, maybe
even to carry you know, explosives. but we don't know so if you have an idea, if you know why, the russians are buying dolphins, let us know. >> here we go. >> keep it clean. >> every once in a while on one more thing we talk about teampeople that inspire us. i want to do it with a friend of mine named lauren jarmin, friends of lisa and charlie daniels, i met her in south carolina. she was diagnosed with a very rare disease called myasthenia gravis, which means grave muscle weakness. she was diagnose right before her wedding. she was on a ventilator, they weren't even sure she could walk again, since then she and her husband, dave, have a little girl and she's going to be in a walk and probably going do run, which is remarkable this saturday, april 30th in columbia, south carolina. to raise awareness about this disease. because they want to try to find more treatments and to be able to be like lauren and to beat it. so congratulations, lauren and
check out that website. >> god bless her and her family. >> great people. actually you had drinksed a their house in south carolina. >> i have no memory. >> gutfeld. >> greg, celebrity corner. you know i don't condone heavy drinking, so i'm very upset when i see something like this visibly inebriated members of the group one direction, who had too many zimas one afternoon after a local trip to the applebees, can you see these band members wandering around. clearly they have no idea and they almost wandered into traffic. it would have been a problem for their fans. >> what is wrong with them? >> they're drunk. >> they're baby ostriches. >> one direction. >> what is a zeema? >> i love zima. >> only at this table. all right. mine is a happy moment. someone want to see a happy moment? indeed, we shall. so this is really cute. this is a moment that a dog is
reunited with her owner after seven months apart this is great story, because 2-year-old sandy was originally from mexico, was adopted by the owner, maria, at the san diego border taken to scotland. she moved back here to the states, couldn't take the dog, now watch this. [ laughter ] >> aw. that's a moment when they're reunited, the own certificate hiding in the bedroom and the dog comes and find her. >> dogs can tell. >> let's clear up a couple of things. every time you say something wrong especially with regards to sports, it was alley leon spinks in 1978 it was mike tyson michael spinks in 1988. tyson/douglas, a massive upset. widely seen as maybe one of the biggest upsets in boxing
history. >> jerry quarry fight. >> with aliali? >> that was hilarious. "special report" is next. this is a fox news alert. i'm bret baier in washington. ted cruz is trying to resuscitate his presidential campaign tonight with time and states running out. the big news today? that former presidential candidate and businesswoman carly fiorina would be his choice on a possible gop ticket. now, the question, will the move move the needle? in must-win indiana for cruz? the cruz announcement comes as donald trump celebrates a huge delegate haul in tuesday's primaries and begins his effort to try to establish his foreign policy credentials cliff political correspondent carl cameron is here. good evening, carl. >> ted cruz is