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hi, friends. good morning, sunday the 1st of may, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. now to a fox news alert. trump supporters are screaming mad after another delegate grab by ted cruz. >> no, no, no! >> and now a lawsuit in the works. we teal you what happened -- we teal you what happened in one state. and president obama has been waiting all year for this moment. >> free press is central to our democracy and -- nah. i'm just kidding! you know i've got to talk about
trump. >> just how far did he go at the white house correspondents' dinner last night and where was donald trump? we have the latest. stay tuned. besides the election it might be the biggest story of the year. kelly ripa takes a cheap shot at michael strahan. >> i want to get your take on it. because i don't have a take on it, but i want yours. so you have gotten divorced. >> this morning, there are major developments from behind the scenes. we have got team coverage. let's say kelly be watch her back. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> oh. ♪ ♪ ride my bicycle, my bicycle i want to ride my bicycle ♪ ♪ i want to ride my bicycle with yoga pants ♪ >> we've got them. >> yesterday, we had pancakes on the plaza. so today we have to bike.
>> we're kicking off national bike month with the bicycle class. we'll learn how to do it properly. the craziness continues on "fox & friends." but we have outdone ourselves this morning. stay tuned for that. >> we have a big vats of coffee, but it's gone. all the cyclists. it's gone. so many yoga pants -- >> they ate every chocolate croissant this morning. just kidding. well, storms will continuing to wreak havoc on the southern plains. >> here it goes, oh, my. >> holy smokes. six people killed in texas after severe flooding including a great grandmother and four great grandchildren. the bad weather also affecting louisiana, forcing one of the world's most famous music festivals to cancel part of the program. however, organizers say it will
go on today. rick reichmuth is here. >> i don't think it will go on either. here is louisiana, a lot of rain. think about it, we have been talking about this for months. all the flooding across parts of texas and louisiana. the big flooding we have on the mississippi river, the same spot getting it again. all of this broader system now bringing a lot of rain into the northeast. kind of a washout of a day, a good day to stay inside and catch up on netflix or something. we'll continue to watch moisture here across this southern stream here, across parts of texas. look at this future radar. this is where we're sitting right now. some of the thunderstorms are sitting and not moving anywhere at all. throughout the day today, when you see those reds that's a lot of rain. we'll deal with it until around 6:00 p.m. tomorrow before this is out of here. that means some spots are going to see maybe another five to eight inches of rain and i wouldn't be surprised to see a couple isolatereas that will see more than that. so the flooding concern across
parts of the south, guys, today into tomorrow is very dangerous for a lot of people. >> you were warning us yesterday. thanks. >> you bet. on to a fox news alert as we start your headlines. police in los angeles and across the united states, looking for violent may day protests after horrific scenes played out last year. police officers and protesters clashing as demonstrators riot. anti-trump protesters smashed a cop car and left one of the supporters bloody in the face. more of the same possible this afternoon as thousands are planning an immigration rally in downtown l.a. to protest trump's controversial comments about muslims and also mexico. and another fox news alert apple agreeing to put its best tech experts on the case of the two missing boys who vanished last summer off the coast of florida. analysts will check for evidence
on an iphone, hoping it can provide some answers about what went wrong when the boat capsized. the boat and also an iphone were recovered last month. both of the 14-year-olds were skilled boaters and they ran into bad weather before disappearing. also this morning a potential line of attack for republican candidate trump falling in his lap this morning. heidi cruz now saying her husband is an immigrant during a speech last night. well, ted cruz is an american citizen born in canada to a cuban father and a mother. she said since he's an immigrant it will help to unify the republican party. daniel berrigan, a peace activist has passed away. he burned the draft papers protesting the vietnam war.
he was known for his poetry. he reportedly died in new york saturday. he was 94 years old. those are your headlines. all right. well, whether or not you like the president, where you come down on politics it's hard to i think that president obama is not a good comedian. i think he's timing up at the white house correspondents' dinners year after year shows up the past presidents. he goess right after the -- he goes right after the opponents. remember donald trump sitting in the audience and he went after him. he went after hillary clinton and last night he went after everyone. listen. >> it is an honor to be here at my last and perhaps the last white house correspondents' dinner. i do apologize. i know i was a little late tonight. i was running on cpt which stands for jokes that white people should make.
this material works well i'm going to use it at goldman sachs next year. earn me some serious tubman. hillary once questioned whether i'd be ready for the 3:00 a.m. phone call. now i'm awake anyway because i have to go to the bathroom. bernie, you look like a million bucks or the put it in terms you'll understand, 37,000 donations of $10 each. i know you're distancing myself from you. that's not something you do your comrade. bernie's slogan feel the bern has caught the attention of young people. ted had a tough week. he went to indiana. hoosier country. stood on a basketball court. and called the hoop a basketball ring. what else is in his lexicon? baseball sticks? football hats?
but sure, i'm the foreign one. you know i've got to talk about trump. you have a roomful of reporters, celebrities, cameras. and he says no. is this dinner too tacky for the donald? he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. ms. sweden. ms. argentina. ms. azerbaijan. that's one area where donald's experience count invaluable, that's closing guantanamo. he knows a thing or two about running water front properties into the ground. >> obama out. >> there it was. the white house correspondents' dinner. for where a city that loves itself celebrates itself and the white house press corps get together with the president and lots of famous people from los angeles. larry wilmer?
>> yeah, his jokes weren't funny. whoever wrote president obama's jokes he was good. >> and don lemon, he flipped him the bird. >> we see the comedians go on after obama and they flop. he's going after opponents. >> look, i mean, part of the difference is the comedians are out of place. they don't understand washington or know anything about politics. they're not willing to really put a hard edge on its. obama has a mean undercurrent. in the last few years there's score settling going on, but it's real. >> because he owns the microphone for the whole night. they have to look diminutive. >> certainly a dig at hillary clinton, when he said i was running on cpt, which is colored
people time. he says but it was actually standing for jokes that white people should not make and of course hillary clinton had put that out there a couple of weeks ago. was under fire for that. then yesterday, we brought you the story about her saying that she's dealt with men going off the reservation and take a listen to this. because it's under fire this morning. >> remember, i -- i had a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation and the way they behave and how they speak. i'm not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me. >> two racial slurs in a couple of weeks. >> did you hear the racism in that? actually, i didn't. but nina turner did, a former member of a pro clinton super pac, a hillary fan and she calls her out for being a bigot. >> as a historian i would
caution any of us in this country to talk about anybody being off the reservation. let us not forget that the colonists stole the land from our native american brothers and sisters and the government put them on reservation. so they have to be careful. >> it means that the revolution consumes itself. once you start the political correctness thing it will come back and bite you and that's what's happening. >> you predict this yesterday. >> well, actually it was a story, i had seen it. >> it's possible to believe this idea. >> okay, you're going to hear from some liberals who are going to complain about making that comment. overnight this develops and here we have -- >> damage control. >> damage control, because hillary clinton asked her national political aide amanda renteria to post this on social media. divisive language has no place in our politics.
hillary clinton meant no disrespect to native americans. >> this is trail of tears for hillary clinton. the sge vice -- divisive language, it was stupid, along gender men. off the reservation. hillary clinton didn't mean anything bigoted by it. spare me. >> hillary clinton said, look, republicans have their big tent. we have our big tepee. she didn't say that. there's a whole "seinfeld" episode -- it's ridiculous. coming up, 12 minutes after the hour, a fox news alert. breaking overnight, trump supporters outraged after another huge delegate grab by senator ted cruz. now there may be a lawsuit in the works, but is it too little too late? a live report from washington, next. then a mother and daughter found alive after four days lost in the wilderness. a wonderful story. how a sign made out of sticks
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55 delegates selected to attend the national convention are actual trump supporters. instead like we have seen in several other states a majority of the delegates selected are supporters of ted cruz. who's been lining up delegates that will vote for him if what's a contested convention. trump supporters were furious after the results were announced. and they're now threatening to file a lawsuit. >> we will be filing a lawsuit. there's some sort of collusion between the cruz and kasich campaigns. our slate button was checked more than any other. and yet, our people are not getting in. our people that we submitted in many cases, the names were not showing up. so we are very unhappy. >> and by state law t 55 delegates are bound to vote for trial on the first ballot. if he doesn't secure the nomination by reaching 1,237 those delegates from arizona can vote for any candidate on the second ballot. which is now what ted cruz is banking on.
>> we are all in. we are going to be competing for all 172 delegates in california and all 53 congressional districts. it is going to be a battle on the ground. district by district by district. >> donald trump the prevent that from happening by winning in indiana and then he clears the path to reach the 1,237 delegates needs to clinch the nomination. back to you all. >> the cruz campaign said trump is whining. they have been working on this for weeks. it's the pattern, they have been laying the groundwork for a number of weeks. >> it is happening not only in arizona but a bunch of other states. i think the same thing happened yesterday. >> it did. now, these are the percentages of what happened for the actual vote. that's in virginia. but senator cruz secured 10 of
the 13 delegates we are told. let's look at missouri. donald trump did well there too. he had 40.9% of the vote there. but senator cruz has secured 18 of 24 delegates there. >> so we'll get a lot of e-mails about this, saying those are the rules, those are the rules. you know, don't whine about it. i get that, those are the rules and everyone knew. fine. but why are we defending the rules? if the candidate get wins the vote, why is it a good idea to award somebody else the majority of the delegates? i would like to know the answer to that. >> the cruz campaign said these are the rule of course as you point out. since the fall they have been meeting with these at large delegates at dinners, taking them out and talking with them. >> what's the point? >> so that at the convention he can lock up on the second ballot. >> but what's the point of the rules? to ignore voters. it's inherently undemocratic and infuriating to people.
this is one of the reasons that trump is winning by the way. a lot of people are voting for trump, they don't like him or agree with him, but they're voting for him because they're mad about stuff like this. >> and it can be moot on tuesday. he could win 1,237 and then the second ballot the whole thing would fall apart. so more on that throughout the show. this weekend ads like this are saturating the airwaves in the make or state break of indiana. >> neither trump or hillary clinton will fight the system because they are the system. ted cruz is a conservative. >> so which ads are working and which ones are flops? lee carter with what could be the deciding factor in this week's race. then election aside, it might be the biggest story of the year and one of our favorites. kelly ripa rips into michael strahan. >> i want to get your take on it because i don't have a take on it. but i want yours. so you have gotten divorced.
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>> the latest tape, video showing a younger bin laden walking down a mountain. enemies of osama bin laden around the world greatly encouraged by the arrest of khalid sheik mohammed, the chief operating officer of al qaeda. >> the problem is this is a dark side of the moon and they're brutal. that entire region is made up of murderers, cut throats, drug runner, extortionists. that's where bin laden has the strongest allies. >> we have to keep him alive. >> the white house is looking to double the bounty on his head from 25 to $45 million. >> will the lure of 50 million bucks net bin laden? >> we're getting 16 tips a day on bin had. >> osama bin laden, there are reports that he has died. >> there's report out that says bin laden is in bad health. >> the ever exclusive osama bin
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>> osama bin laden. >> the leader of al qaeda. >> shot in pakistan. >> shot in the face. >> he's dead. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. we can say to those families who have lost loved ones in al qaeda's terror justice has been done. >> and the man in that compound who pulled the trigger looked osama bin laden in the eyes before pulling the trigger. and he's going to be an exclusive interview with us, rob o'neill and geraldo will be here as the man who break the news to the world. osama bin laden's, the most wanted man, dead. >> we all remember where we were on september 11th. i think we all remember where we were when we heard that osama bin laden is dead also. we were just watching that fox news alert, seeing geraldo report it again, you get chills. >> it was great. i was out of the country and thinking, i can't wait to get back.
>> what was the response overseas? >> it was great, actually. i was in europe, which you think is anti-american, but i think everyone was impressed. that the united states did that. >> so rob o'neill, geraldo rivera will be joining us later in the show. coming up here, a football star's death shocked the sports community and now his doctor can be facing criminal charges. details straight ahead. and then ted cruz and carly fiorina taking to airwaves in the state of indiana. >> he's tested, trusted and ready to lead. i'm honored to join ted cruz as his running mate. >> i'm ted cruz. >> and i'm carly fiorina. >> we approve this message. >> the last stand for the cruz and the fiorina campaign. will it be enough on tuesday? lee carter has a breakdown of which ads are breaking and which aren't. go ahead... leave the competition behind. lexus gs 350 and 200 turbo. there's no going back.
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house correspondents' early bird dinner. hey, i appreciate it. keeping that applause going all the way. >> there's larry wilmer. >> and the internet went nuts over bernie sanders not wearing a tuxedo. >> he's a man of the people. >> he couldn't rent one? >> he's got one suit. >> everybody loves bernie. >> it's insensitive when wall street is destroying america for to criticize bernie sanders for watt wearing a tuxedo. to look like one of the overlords crushing this country. >> my dog baxter wore a tuxedo to my wedding. >> you looked great. >> we'll show you more of the white house correspondents' dinner. who did better? obama or larry wilmer? >> i think he used a bad word. >> al sharpton is not impressed.
>> we'll talk to geraldo about that. coming up, some stories in headlines. a story of survival, a north carolina woman and her daughter rescued. she was visiting her daughter in new zealand and they went hiking and they never checked into their hotel, so search crews were sent looking for them. they were saved thanks to this makeshift help sign they made of trees and shrubs which rescue crews spotted in the air. they rationed food and huddled together for warmth. junior seau is facing charges. junior committed suicide while on drugs given to his doctors. the doctor said he was unaware of him suffering from depression.
and there was a fiery exchange at a taco shop that got the manager canned. former arizona taco manager going off on a customer that filmed the whole thing. take a look and cringe with me. >> this guy right here, he just called me a [ bleep ]. because you'd still be [ bleep ] -- my dad is a [ bleep ] owner. good luck with that. where are you going to post it? youtube, nobody will see it. >> well, you're seeing about it. they argued about missing sauce packets for three minutes before the customer drives off. the restaurant chain calls it appalling. and two can play this game. michael strahan is plotting revenge to get back at kelly ripa for this unscripted divorce dig. >> there's a great article in the paper, i want to get your take on it, because i don't have a take on it. so i want yours. so you have gotten divorced. anybody here like gotten divorced? anybody? some people, you have.
okay. >> sensitive subject. well, strahan has two weeks left on the show before he transfers over to "good morning america." sources say he's not letting that dig go without hitting back. what are the sources though? >> we'll see. who knows? i bet they're loving this for the ratings. people want to tune in to see what the heck will happen between the two of them. rick reichmuth set it on the tivo. what are you doing outside? >> well, you have the bikes out there. one of them pointed out it will rain today. i'm right between the tents. that's where all the bikes are. don't get in these spots because you'll get rained on. let's talk weather. maybe you're watching on the treadmill. if anna wasn't working, i guarantee that's how she'd be watching us. we will see warmer temperatures
and today across the northeast into the mid-atlantic. pretty much a washout. i won't rain all day, but pretty much all day and all night and into tomorrow morning as well. down across the far south, get ready for more flooding especially across the i-10 corridor towards louisiana and into the northern plains, remaining showers. all right. tucker, send it to you inside. >> oh, rick, you look great. >> thank you. thank you. well, to politics now as the race for the hoosier state, that's indiana, heats up. the anti-trump movement is spending millions and millions on television ads to take him down. but will it pay off? pollster lee carter joins us now, to put the latest to the dial test and tell us how trump is doing in the face of it. great to see you. >> great to see you. >> what are they putting up against him? >> a lot of money and interesting ads we will see right now. the first one, let's take a look
at the carly fiorina ad, jobs, freedom and
security. >> jobs, freedom, security. they feel out of reach because corrupt politicians have sold us out to the insiders. neither hillary clinton or donald trump will fight the system because they are the system. the ruz is a conservative. constitution who's taken on washington and won. he's tested, trusted and ready to lead. i'm honored to join ted cruz as his running mate. >> i'm ted cruz. >> i'm fiorina. >> we approve this message. >> did it work? what grade? >> a "c" overall. i liked the pivot he's made from constitutional conservative to jobs, freedom and security because jobs and security are the top issues to the voters. he's made this pivot since wisconsin, but he's saying we're the real insiders and trump is
everybody knows that trump is the real outsider here. it doesn't work. >> next scam, this is by the our principles pact. >> reports are that trump lured students with seminars and then trump touted his so-called professors. >> he's are all people that are hand picked by me. >> the truth about trump university -- donald trump made millions. while hard working americans got scammed. donald trump belongs in 3:00 a.m. infomercials, not here. learn more at trump questions.com. our principles pact is responsible up. >> i kind of like that, seemed very specific. what did you think? >> most people will tell you they hate attack ads but i give this a b-plus. this one in particular is effective because it goes at the core of what people like about trump, he's a successful business man. they say he's preys on americans, so it puts into
people's minds about whether or
not he would be a good president. >> so the donald trump campaign has their own ad. it includes donald trump jr. >> many people think of my father as a tough guy and he is. we had to know what we were talking about before we brought him a proposal, but it's that toughness that i want renegotiating trade deals with china and mexico and keeping me and my family and your family safe. my father will make an incredible president. >> his kids are articulate. >> amazing spokes people for him. people gave this an "a." this shows a side of trump they didn't expect more. very, very effective ad for donald trump. >> you told me two years that trump had impressive children, i
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u.s. naval reserve officer amber smith. a former helicopter pilot. good morning. quite the panel this morning. >> good morning. >> well, thanks for joining us, ladies. you think this is a good or a bad idea, penny? >> it's a bad idea. it's one thing if you choose it, another thing to force the women to do it against their will. by the way, anna, this is a republican messup, they have to fix it. >> amber, you're on the other side of the coin. what do you say? >> no, i think that it's the reality of a decision that was made by a secretary of defense, ash carter, in 2013 prior to him lifting that restriction to allow women to try out for the special operations roles. the selective service was a male only obligation. in 1981 found that supreme court found that selective service requirement was constitutional because that women were prohibited from serving in those
combat roles. there was a 1994 review that found the same results. and now that that role has been -- or that restriction has been lifted, it now is essential giving special treatment to women which women in the military do not want and so it's basically what we're talking about when it comes to equality. it means all the way across the board if women are allowed to try out for these positions, they have to sign up for the selective service as well. >> i guess you're saying you can't pick and choose when you want equality and when you don't. morgan, you're a bit on the fence. why? >> i'm not really on the fence. i think we're conflating two issues. no one has been drafted since 1973. and that's actually a bipartisan commission in the senate that's being formed to look at totally redoing the draft which i think is important. if we were to enter a world war iii apocalypse, we need to call
our men and women up. there's plenty of roles in the military, intelligence, support, many ed cal. there's plenty of ways that men and women in that world war iii type scenario could serve our country and it doesn't have to be in the quote/unquote combat role. >> when our guest said you can't pick and choose equality, what do you say to that? >> we can be for equality but not lose common sense in this. you know, the years that women -- 18 to 25 are peak child bearing years. and let's remember in world war i and ii the important women -- important work women did at home. someone has to keep the home fires burning. remember the greatest generation went to work in factories and did important work at home. let me just say one last thing. only 15% of women that are in the military, of all of the people in the military, 15% are
women. women don't generally choose that. let's do what they want, not force them against their will. >> thanks for the spirited debate this morning. >> thank you. 11 minutes before the top of the hour. the latest on the breaking news that the trump campaign is going to sue the ted cruz campaign. and a new movie hitting the theaters. >> mother's day, i start thinking about how i haven't talked to mom. >> you haven't aged that much. >> thank you. >> that much. is "mother's day" worth your money? kevin mccarthy's review and interview with jennifer aniston and jason is a dike us. om new yk to miami. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved
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just listen, go to school without any underwear. >> it's called free balling, mom. >> well, it's mother's day right around the corner and director garry marshall's newest film could be the perfect way to celebrate with the whole family, but will the star studded movie rise to the occasion? >> joining us with his review is founder of nerdtears.com, kevin mccarthy. we'll talk about this first and then talk about "captain america civil war." >> good morning. the short answer to your question, anna, no, the movie is awful. skip it altogether. >> looked pretty good. with the previews -- in the trailer. >> i love garry marshall, i loved "pretty woman" and "mork and mindy." but i think the writing is bad, the editing is bad. the performances are fine. i mean, the cast -- i mean, it's a big cast, right?
and julia roberts' wig is the worst i have everyone seen in a movie. i gave it a 1.5 out of 5. skip it altogether. i'm very surprised this entire cast ended up in. >> watch the jennifer aniston part. >> you can't review -- you're not allowed to review "captain america civil war" yet because it's under embargo, but i'm hearing this is marvel's best movie ever. you got to sit down with the cast. >> the movie is amazing. i'll be reviewing it this coming thursday. i'm wearing a captain america tie bar right now. i sat down with chris evans and clayton, dude, we saw that moment when they're passing the shield back and forth while fighting iron man. that blew my mouth. i talked to chris evans about how they did that shot exactly. watch this. it's awesome. >> congratulations. i have been reading month -- been waiting months to ask this question. when you and buck are passing the shield back and forth, how are you filming that? >> it's cgi. too impossible to try to
navigate actual throws like that and get the shot that you need. that's the tricky part of the shield in general. you know, sometimes you have the full real heavy shield. sometimes you have the foam shield. if you have to hit somebody in the face and somebody there's no shield when you have to do acrobatic things with it. during that one, it was a lot of miming. really tricky to go back and watch play back. maybe i threw too soon and he caught too late. or -- >> oh, wow. >> you have to make sure even in your miming of the exchange that the timing is still there. that was one of the trickiest scenes in the movie. >> it's mainzing scene and the movie opens up thursday. we got to talk about it on text message, i can't wait to nerd out with you about it. >> so amazing. >> i can't wait. >> we are up against a hard break. >> come back on thursday with the actual review. >> and he's going on the date night with a wifey. call him the comedian in chief.
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you know i've got to talk about trump. >> he's just kidding. how far did he go last night at the white house correspondents' dinner and where was donald trump? not in the house. we have the latest. one of the scariest crashes you will ever see. >> oh, boy. wow. oh, hang on there. sidney freegal into the wall. top end. over and over. a wild one there. >> the most incredible part -- the driver was able to walk away. "fox & friends," hour two, starts right now. ♪ >> my favorite month of the year. >> oh, turning up the music, turning up the heat and clayton is excited about the yoga pants today. >> yoga pants and national bike month. they go together like peanut butter and jelly. jack lalanne is gone, but his
spirit continues here on "fox & friends." >> we have the 50 stationery bikes outside. the ladies and the gentlemen out there, they're getting a full body workout. it's not just for your legs any more. >> we tap back as we say in cycling. >> do you want to do the square with me? >> what is tap back? >> you do, one, two, one, two. >> i like it though. it's fun. >> i thought you were joking. >> no, my wife is an enthusiast. >> so we'll get tucker out there. >> we'll try it as well. >> what is it called? >> cycle bar i think. is that correct? >> they were kind enough to get all the bikes here. >> wait until you see this. on to a fox news alert. a desert storm is erupting over arizona's gop convention. >> no!
>> well, now trump's campaign is threatening a lawsuit over the so-called rigged voting system. >> garrett tenney is here in washington to explain what's going on. >> reporter: good morning. trump's supporters say they got cheated and ted cruz's supporters say it's solid strategy and grass roots act upvism paying off. back in march donald trump won nearly half of the vote in beating ted cruz by more than 22%. but yesterday at the state party convention, only a handful of the 55 delegates selected are actual trump supporters. nearly all of the rest are supporters of ted cruz. they were furious after the results were announced and are now threatening to file a lawsuit over the election. >> we will be filing a lawsuit. there's some sort of collusion between the cruz and kasich campaigns. our slate button was checked more than any other. and yet, our people are not getting in.
our people that we submitted in many cases the names were not showing up. so we are very unhappy. >> reporter: now there were some technical glitches there, but the state party says that that wasn't the result here. they say really though all this this is it amounts to a strategic victory for ted cruz. by state law they're bound to vote for trump at the national convention on the first ballot. if he hasn't reached the 1,237 delegates needs to secure the nomination though, they can vote for whoever they want at the contested convention. which is why ted cruz has been working so hard across the country to have his supporters selected as delegates including coming up in california, the biggest prize in the entire primary. >> we are all in. we are going to be competing for all 172 delegates in california and all 53 congressional districts. it is going to be a battle on the ground. district by district by district. >> reporter: again, none of this
will even matter if trump wins enough delegates to secure the nomination and he could be well on his way to doing that this tuesday in indiana. >> this could be moot on tuesday because it's winner take all in indiana, then it's over. he could move on the 1,237 delegate count. the second ballots, where these at large delegates are being wooed with dinner and wine, it could be moot. >> but it could spell trouble for trump, because he has no blueprint for a contested convention. senator cruz is working hard on this. and for picking a running mate and running a general election. and also in virginia and in missouri, let's look at the polls that came back, the primary results from march 1st. that happened in virginia. donald trump took 35% of the vote. yet, senator cruz got 10 of the 13 delegates there. then in missouri trump got 41%
of the vote. but cruz yesterday got 18 of the 24 delegates. >> so you win the state, but lose the delegates. i know these are the rules and we're getting endless lectures about the rules and abraham lincoln did this in 1860, but why are we defending the rules? they're designed to disenfranchise the voters. but why are they good rules? what is the cost of defending this nonsense in public? it says to voters we don't care about you, we don't like you. is that good for the republican party long turn? no. why are people defending this? >> why are people just learning about this? >> yeah. >> let us know this morning, weigh in on the facebook page. do you agree with the rules? is there whining on both sides. >> by the way, people are voting for trump because they're so annoyed by these rules. i think. >> yeah. let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org. >> last night we stayed up late. we had to. >> going back to 1921 when just 50 people would gather in the room in washington, the white house press corps would meet
with the president. it's a long held tradition. but perhaps no commander in chief has had a better timing of comedy, getting up in front of his opponents so to speak and going right after them than president obama. listen. >> it is an honor to be here at my last and perhaps the last white house correspondents' dinner. bernie, you look like a million bucks. or to put it in term you'll understand, you look like 35,000 donation of $27 each. i am hurt though, bernie, that you have been distancing yourself a little from me. that's just not something that you do to your comrade. you have to admit it though. hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for facebook. you know? dear america, did you get my poke? is it appearing on your wall?
i'm not sure i'm using this right. love, aunt hillary. ted had a tough week. he went to indiana. hoosier country. stood on a basketball court and called the hoop a basketball ring. what else was in his lexicon? baseball sticks? football hats? but sure, i'm the foreign one. you know i've got to talk about trump. got a roomful of reporters, celebrities, cameras and he says no. is this dinner too tacky for the donald? in fairness, he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. ms. sweden. ms. argentina. ms. azerbaijan. there's one area where donald's
experience could be invaluable and that's closing guantanamo. because trump knows a thing or two about running water front properties into the ground. obama out. >> that was good. hey, he's got good timing. he is absolutely good at that. here's one of the differences, he's better than previous presidents, i agree with you. i have gone to these for 25 years. he's on the guy who has no self-deprecating humor at all. even clinton -- even during the height of monica and mock himself at that. bush was a master of that. his timing wasn't as good. >> there was one good about his age. >> right. >> going to the bathroom. >> there was that one about the bathroom, at 3:00 a.m. and how michelle never ages. let's look back at old pictures. >> yeah. >> she didn't. she looked beautiful. then the last one was him as a skeleton. >> pretty easy on himself i
noticed. >> george bush used to make fun of himself a lot. rick reichmuth has deadly weather, and look at this. >> here goes the cover, oh, my. >> wow. six people killed in texas after severe flooding hit including this great grandmother and her great grandchildren. bad weather also affecting louisiana forcing one of the most famous music festivals to cancel part of the program. however, organizers say the event will go on today, although rick -- >> what do you think about that? stevie wonder and snoop dogg had to cancel their acts and several others. do you think it will go on today? >> i think you'll say we'll keep it going because you have so much economic activity going on with that, but hard to imagine up. this is what louisiana looks like right now. along interstate 10, there's
heavy thunderstorms and in fact, they're severe and hail and we have strong winds with that one. now, this rain, take a look what happens over the next 12 to 24 hours, across parts of louisiana. incredible amount of rain is going to fall. i think we might see isolated spots and see more than that. certainly a big flooding concern across parts of the south. we'll see that as well. over across parts of the carolinas where we'll see maybe four to six inches of rain in some isolated spots. brought snow across colorado and now we're getting across parts of the east coast. very heavy rain, mid-atlantic, throughout the northeast. get ready for a washout. a day to catch up on your dvr. cold and dreary. >> unload your dvr, ever do that? >> i don't have one. >> i love -- >> netflix. >> all right. 11 minutes after the hour. on the fox news alert and the headlines we're following for you. police in los angeles an
seattle, prepping for violent may day protests. last year, many clashed over workers' rights. some marches are turning to riots like this one outside a trump rally in california. trashing patrol cars and fighting supporters. thousands plan an immigration rally in downtown l.a. to protest trump's proposals. moments ago, the brussels airport opened for the first time. it received extensive damage in the attacks. the airport will be back at 100% capacity by the middle of next month. 32 people died in the attack at the airport and also the subway. and bill clinton scoffing at the criminal investigation of his wife hillary's handling of classified information when she was secretary of state, calling it a game. >> they said now we want to see
your e-mail, fine, she said. they don't belong to me, they belong to the state department. so everyone is breathless about this. look, this is a game. >> well, that game involves thousands of seized e-mails from her unsecured private server including 22 deemed by the state department as top secret. those are your headlines. what's coming up? >> we saw a lot of big endorsements from bobby knight and carly fiorina,ly will they move the needle? we'll go to indiana. and civil rights groups are demanding a change to park rangers uniforms because they're quote, threatening to hispanics. according they like the i.c.e. uniforms. we'll bring you the latest. (war drums beating)
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all of a sudden, indiana's going to have such an unbelievable impact on the decision, on who it's going to be. we're going to do great here. >> this election will be decided by the midwestern good judgment. the common sense of the hoosier state. >> well, indiana's primary may serve as a pivotal moment in choosing the republican nominee. the senator ted cruz, does he enough momentum to overcome the trump? >> and carly fiorina and bobby knight made an impact with their endorsements? >> well, we are joined by the raid year show host who has his ear to the ground. so we put up a poll yesterday
that was an outlier. boy, was it. it had cruz up around 16 points. here's the rcp average which is the aggregate of all the different polls. it's got trump up by twoish. what's the sense of where this race stands this morning? >> first of all, great to see. that two number, that 2.3 is the real clear politics average. you have three different polls. the one you're talking is from the mike down center out in ft. wayne. a reputable outfit, they have cruz up by 16. and then the other one has trump up by nine and clout has him up by two, a margin of error by five. that's indiana. this is a jump ball state. a state that hasn't made a decision yet and won't make the final decision until tuesday. this is the state that will go down to the wire. it will not be determined before hand. >> you mentioned a couple of basketball references. jump ball state. >> we love our rings here.
>> we saw ted cruz talking about rings will that hurt him. and bobby knight threw his support to donald trump. is that going to decide it? >> not at all. bobby knight is a great endorsement. it's fun. bobby knight, you remember the good old days. then in the end you still have to wonder about how you'll get a job, what your taxes are and what you'll do about isis. bobby knight won't solve these problems. it's fun. it doesn't hurt. but it won't skip the scales. the carly fiorina conversation is a much different one. first of all, the idea that you're picking a vice presidential running mate, you're not anywhere near the nomination is peculiar and odd. we're taught about reagan and schweik schweiker. and he was closer at that moment. it is not going to put him over the top. i think cruz had the same basic chance he had before fiorina. but there are some people who will tell you that they were
carly fans and now they have reason to vote for cruz when maybe they would have been that percentage that would have gone to kasich. so you're seeing a touch of that. but again, we're still jump ball. we're still waiting for tuesday to decide. >> all right. great, tony cats, thank you for your time. >> see you tuesday. you'll be up late. 20 minutes after the hour. we know the dangers of texting and driving. >> everyone loves the picture i posted of you. >> but when we come back, meet the two young men who came up with an idea to prevent their fellow teenagers from texting behind the wheel so incidents like that don't happen. and speaking of crashes, this one, terrifying but the driver of this car walked away. no texting involved here. if you need advice for your business, legalzoom has your back. our trusted network of attorneys has provided guidance to over 100,000 people just like you. visit legalzoom today. the legal help you can count on.
we've got some quick headlines for you. first up, this morning the parents of murdered aid worker kayla mueller calls out the white house. they're encouraging americans to let the government and the president do more than just talk. and the hunger strike in california is failing. the frisco five who are now on day ten of their fast are protesting what they call racist actions by the san francisco police department. police chief is still refusing to resign. he's ordered all officers finish an anti-harassment class of course within the next month. clayton? thanks, tucker. we know the dangers of texting and driving. >> mommy, i forgot my crystal bracelet. >> oh, that's okay. it will still be there when we get back. oh. everyone loves the picture i
posted of you. >> horrifying. well, one in three adults have admitted to sending or receiving text or e-mails while driving and that is growing as more tech savvy teenagers hit the road. our next guests have an inspiring public address announcement they directed and edited. i'm joined by matthew post and john corpsileti. grand prize winners of the drive 365 challenge. nice to see you. let's look at the commercial that you shot. you guys directed this. shot it with a dslr and you edited it. >> right. >> you guys are 16 years old. >> did you know that beluga whales weigh two tons? >> the reason that matter is because it's the same weight of
this. for example, if you were doing 40 miles an hour in a giant beluga whale, you would not take your hands off the wheel. you wouldn't be reaching for your cell phone and you would not be cranking the music as loud as possible. there's a lot of beluga whales on the road and they're pretty big. really big. like two tons big. you have a lot of responsibility driving something that big. so please, drive smart. do it for the whales. >> do it for the whales. and do it for the kids. great to see you guys. >> exactly. >> congratulations. you get to divide the $15,000 among ourselves from toyota. how did you come up with the ideas of the whales? >> when john and i took the driver's education class, it was crazy how casually people were talking about driving the giant me tall contractions. >> it was something we were in. >> it's not something we'd think about. >> yeah. it an an obscure idea. >> well, it's powerful.
this idea that you're getting behind the wheel. your generation is growing up for text messaging. for my generation it invaded later. i think we have a big problem with it. what is it like to deal with it? 16 years old. you're on learner's permits right now. >> it's not easy. it's something we have at our side. something that is always constantly, you know, buzzing and being a distraction to us. >> are you turning them off when you get in the car? what is the response of your friends? >> my friends have talked about how enlightening this kind of comparison is. to keep it in perspective how much spochbts -- responsibility driving is. i would hope that all of my friends already turned off their phones when they got in the car. >> we hope. >> that's been the response from toyota? you won this big competition. >> they have been really happy. i mean, they're happy to have people to make videos that are extremely passionate about the topic and it's relevant to them. we're teens, we're under like
constantly under the process of using our phones and things. >> and toyota and discovery have been great. great that they sponsored the teen drive 365 video challenge because teens are often the best people to talk to other people about this incredibly important issue. >> right. we don't want to hear from parents a lot. >> yeah. >> teens are saying, there's time to text, not now behind wheel. well, congratulations. how long do you get your license? >> hopefully by this summer. >> this summer is when we're getting them. >> what do your parents say about this? >> the video contest or my driving? >> well, both. >> they're two different things. >> how's your driving? >> my parents are more positive about this contest than my driving. >> well, great thing that you did. i love that you edited this and put it together. coming up here on the show, it was one of the most defining moments of george w. bush's presidency. watch. >> i can hear you. the rest of the world hears you.
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>> is dead. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. we can say to those families who have lost loved ones, al qaeda's terror, justice has been done. >> that was the fifth anniversary of the death of osama bin laden and our exclusive interview this morning with an what who shot osama bin laden in the face. rob o'neill. nice to see you. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> so we're just watching that montage. you said of geraldo announcing the news to the country, you said you watched that live in pakistan. >> we did. well, no, in afghanistan. >> right. >> we brought bin laden's body back to the bagram airfield, he was laid out and getting the dna test done as we were going over the other intelligence on different tables showing the cia and fbi the stuff that we found. he was laying right there. they brought us sandwiches. fox news was on like i said, on the 70 inch flat screen. we're still in our uniforms. we watched geraldo slowly get to
it. finally figuring it out. nonconfi nonconfirmed, osama bin laden and then he confirmed it, wow he's fast. >> there's osama next to you? >> next to us. the president said tonight i can announce to the american people and the world, the united states conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. i heard him osama bin laden. i looked at osama bin laden. i thought how in the world did i get here from butte, montana. >> well t world is a much safer place because of you and your comrades. for years you remained anonymous. you say this is -- this is one of the moments where you decided you were going to come forward and let america know who pulled the trigger and killed osama bin laden. let's watch. >> the devil was killed. >> i wanted to bring them closure. >> that was at the 9/11 museum.
you hadn't released your name. you had some victims' families there. >> i had some friends that worked at the memorial museum. they asked if i would donate something and i donated the shirt, the one i wore into bin laden's bedroom. as part of it, i got a tour of the place before hand. i actually asked some my friend peter doocy to bring a camera crew to get footage of it for historic's sake. that was the first time i told this story in public and to see the reactions aed on the have family members -- and to tell family members say that was a closure, to have a face that says, yes, say him dead. >> let's get this straight. they were standing there and you said, i killed osama bin laden. >> no. there were families there. they wanted to hear a story. so i started to tell my story of why i was here, why the shirt was here. just to see the reaction. >> what kind of look came across their face? >> people would put their head
in their hands. i could see everyone reliving the worst nightmare, the worst part of their lives. i kept going and going. i explained how i went into the room, he was standing three feet in front of me, he was a threat and i shot him. just to they i helped them -- there will be never be closure but i helped with the healing process. >> why do you think it's important for america to know you're the one who did this? >> it doesn't matter that i did it, but i'm the face of the team that did it. just the closure. tucker and i were talking earlier, especially now as time go on, conspiracy theorists. five shooters, jfk, we never landed on the moon, bin laden died of kidney failure which is nonsense. i hope more of the guys will tell their stories. there's 23 different stories to the mission. >> on twitter this morning you're getting some haters. >> of course. >> sure you really --
>> can you imagine that. >> he died of kidney failure long before you were ever there. why is that total garbage? >> it's total garbage because he never had kidney problems. he never had a dialysis machine. that's not something you tell them, he has a dialysis machine, hey, i saw the dialysis, the analyst can be like no, you didn't, he didn't have one. >> you sat on this couch, not did i know that was false. >> yeah. i want to link up the guys that said he died in 2001 of kidney failure with the guys who say he died to let them fight it out. the truth is in the middle. >> it's brilliant we made this up. >> we have smart men and women. the team who went in to kill bin laden is the end of it. there's a huge team behind it, everybody from intelligence to the people who flew us in there. all part of the american team that got us there. we're a lot smarter than the enemy. just a question of whether we want to take the gloves off and fight them. >> it's important that we record
what actually happened. it's wonderful you came forward because it conclusively proves it happened. >> it happened. and the greatest team assembled followed by another great team behind us, brought in by the four greatest history of pilots. the intel it's historic. a lot of the people involved don't want credit for i. i have never seen a team assemble like that. >> rob o'neill, thank you. >> thanks for having me. 39 minutes after the hour. a story of survival. a north carolina mother and daughter being rescued after being lost for four days. carolyn lloyd was visiting her daughter rachel in new zealand. they went on a hike, but got caught in rugged terrain. when they checked into their -- when they never checked into their hotel, search crews were sent looking for them. ultimately they were saved thanks to this makeshift help sign they made of trees and shrubs. rescue crews were able to spot
it from the air. the pair survived by rationing pea nuts and huddling together for warm. a heart stopping moment on a texas racetrack. >> oh, wow. sydney -- hang on there, sydney freegal into the wall. top end over and over. a wild one there. >> race car driver's corvette going airborne after slamming into the wall at the royal purple raceway. he only had a broken arm luckily. can you imagine? and park ranger uniforms are apparently threatening to some latinos. well, that's the word from civil rights groups pushing to change what park rangers wear. they say that the clothes look similar to border control uniforms and are asking for an executive order forcing government agencies to make changes that would be quote more inclusive. an unlikely pair in california. this dog and humming bird duo have become inseparable.
the dog is named rex saved the bird after it fell from a tree. now that hummer is back in good health, they have left windows open so it can take off. but so far, the hummingbird is sticking by hid buddy's side. an odd couple. those are your headlines. >> thanks, anna. coming up, hillary clinton's attack on donald trump backfires. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation and the way they behave and how they speak. >> now even fellow democrats say that's a racist comment. details coming up. and who needs human workers, you and me, when it's more cheaper and efficient to employ robots? one major retailer making a big move to cut hue map beings from the work force. that's coming up. thousands of people
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welcome back. 44 minutes now past the hour. some quick headlines for you. want to be a mega millionaire by wednesday? go out and buy a powerball ticket. the jackpot as reached $348 million after weeks without a grand prize winner. and it's the future of minimum wage jobs. target in san francisco testing out this robot on store aisles to help manage inventory. the robot scans items to see if they have been misplaced, mispriced or understocked. tucker? hillary clinton under fire this morning for using what many professional victims on the left are calling a racist phrase. listen. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation and the way they behave and how they speak. >> the phrase off the reservation is drawing attacks
from opponent, even some democrats for being offensive to american indians. and this is clinton's second gaffe in as many weeks. remember she was involved in the now famous cpt joke. joining us for the he action is the great molly hemingway from the federalist. great to see you. this is a trail of tears for hillary clinton. >> tucker this is a phrase that not just progressive activists but progressive media and mainstream media have declared completely off limits. they say it's racist and unacceptable to use and hillary clinton has used it. you see that democrats are speaking out against it. but i notice a subtle reaction from those on the left. i think it does speak to the hypocrisy of the politically correct left. that they -- that this is not about trying to get people to speak more civilly. but just about trying to control people's speech because they're not complaining that much about hill lie hilla hillary's use of this phrase. >> i'm fascinated by her
response, which is to gravel and apologize. her campaign did in a statement. hillary clinton is disliked by people because she seems false and robotic. shouldn't she say, settle down, it was not meant to offend you, stop it, why wouldn't she say something like that? >> the fact she didn't personally apologize but had somebody on the campaign say it, suggests that she doesn't think it was a major problem. you're right though that this is the second racist incident she's had in a couple of weeks. what we would call racist on the right if someone on the right had made use of the color peo e people's time. >> i think it's hypocritical, but most reporters will vote for hillary clinton. so it's not surprising. shouldn't the people on the right say, you know what, we won't apply the same dumb
orwellian standards to the left as the left applies to us, of course it wasn't racist, lighten up america. shouldn't conservatives say that? >> they should say that. also though that's why we see the double standard able to perpetuate. when someone on the right does someone, if you criticize president obama the media say you're motivated by nothing other than racism. not like you actually have a problem with his executive overreach or his foreign policy. and the left enables that. but when liberals make racial or race tinged statements, the right won't beat up on him or her and it enables the double standard to continue. >> i want to play a clip from nina turner. i want to play this because it will make you feel sorry for hillary clinton given that people like this are in charge of the standards and practices on the left. here she's is. >> as a historian, i would caution any of us in this country to talk about anyone
being off the reservation. let us not forget the colonists stole the land from our native brothers and sisters and the government put them on the reservation, so we have to be careful with that type of language. >> you can't use the phrase because america itself is illegitimate. it shouldn't be a country in the first place. therefore, you can't use this phrase. that's what she's saying. >> it's not even -- what she said was not even that out of line from what you hear a lot of on the left from the speech controlled and these attempts to control what people can and can't say. it's a deeply anti-american ethos not only in that particular statement, but this attempt to control speech as well. >> interesting. so hillary clinton herself is off the reservation by the standards of the left. i for one applaud it. molly hemingway. great to see you. >> great to see you. coming up, michael bloomberg booed by liberals in college. wait, isn't he a liberal? he shows up and takes on
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we do a lot of biceps with these. we do chest presses. tiny moves. >> this is only probably a couple pounds, you certainly feel it by the end. >> in four to five minutes you feel the burn. that's what we're going for. a little workout. >> why is spinning such a good workout? how many calories can you burn? >> 450 calories a class. it's a great way to burn calories but more importantly the american heart association is very excited to be working with cycle bar on cycle nation, a way to promote cycling to reduce risk for heart disease and stroke. >> if people want more information about the american heart association and their pop-up events that you guys are doing, where can they go? >> go to cyclenation.com. >> you can go to foxandfriends.com for more
information as well. we'll get on the bikes to see who can go the furthest the fastest. back to the studio. coming up, take a look at this flash flooding causing havoc across the south. >> dang. my gosh. >> holy smokes. and the storm threat is not over. latest at the top of the hour. and then remember the teen who carried his younger brother with cerebral palsy for 57 miles on his back. he just did something more amazing. stay tuned. so you like to walk. but not just walk. speed walk. or you like to bike.
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good morning. top of the morning to you. it's sunday the 1st of may, 2016. trump supporters up in arms after another big delegate grab by senator ted cruz. there are rumors a lawsuit may be in the works. we'll tell you what happened in one state that may have a huge impact on the presidential race. president obama has been waiting all year for this. >> free press is central to our democracy and -- i'm just kidding. you know i've got to talk about trump. >> you knew he didn't mean it. now he admits it. we'll tell you what else he said at last night's white house correspondents dinner coming up. >> beside the election, it may be the biggest story of the whole year.
kelly takes a cheap shot. >> so you have gotten divorced. >> this morning major developments from behind the scenes. let's just say kelly better watch her back. "fox & friends" hour three starts right now. ♪ >> this video makes me want to cry. last summer this teenager became famous for carrying his libl brother with cerebral palsy on his back for 57 miles. wait until you hear what they just accomplished. >> they'll join us live to talk about it. >> he ain't heavy. that's my brother. that's so nice. good morning. welcome into "fox & friends" on this sunday morning. we have a lot to get to right now. >> we're going to get to that
fox news alert where a desert storm is erupting over arizona's gop convention. >> trump's campaign is threatening a lawsuit over what they called rigged voting. >> reporter: good morning. you saw there trump supporters not happy in arizona yesterday. this was another win for ted cruz in the secondary battle for delegates which in the end might not even matter. yesterday at arizona state party convention, cruz won more than 40 of the 55 delegates despite losing to donald trump in the state's primary by more than 22 points. trump who won arizona's primary in a landslide with nearly half of the vote only won a handful of the delegates yesterday. all of the delegates are required to vote for donald trump at the national convention on the first ballot but after that, they can vote for whoever
they want. that's why ted cruz has been pushing this grassroots strategy at state conventions across the country in hopes that the race goes to a contested convention where this strategy could pay off. cruz said he plans to do this same thing in the race's biggest prize coming up in california. >> we are all in. we are going to be competing for all 172 delegates in california and all 53 congressional districts it's going to be battle on the ground, district by district by district. >> this strategy by cruz has been amping up the pressure on donald trump to secure the nomination outright before the convention by winning 1,237 delegates but trump's campaign also isn't taking any chances and is fighting the delegate selection process in arizona and elsewhere. and now is threatening a lawsuit over the results. >> we will be filing a lawsuit. there's some sort of collusion between the cruz and kasich campaigns. our slate button was checked
more than any other and yet our people are not getting in. our people that we submitted in many cases the names were not showing up. so we are very unhappy. >> none of this will matter if trump does win the 1,237 delegates he needs to secure the nomination and winning tuesday's primary in indiana will give him a clear shot at making that happen, which is why ted cruz has been all in in that state to prevent it from happening. >> appreciate it. >> it's happening not just out there in arizona but in virginia and missouri where donald trump earned more of the votes, more percentage of the total voter pool and ted cruz getting more delegates. >> those are the rules but why defend the rules? that's my question. why is it a good rule? i don't think we should change rules midway. i'm not saying that trump should be the nominee because he got more votes. but these rules are fundamentally nondemocratic. depu deeply offensive to republican
voters. >> everyone is scrambling to find experts and how will this add up? i don't understand. he won overwhelmingly in arizona and he loses the delegates. 40 out of 55 go to somebody else. >> people are voting for trump because of this. i'm totally convinced. they may not like him but they say i'm voting for the guy to send a message. >> donald trump was not in washington, d.c. last night. in years past donald trump would sit there and take barbs from president obama as he would zing him with his jokes. he was not there. bernie sanders was there last night. president obama in his final white house correspondence dinner going after everyone including hillary clinton. listen. >> it's an honor to be here at my last and perhaps the last white house correspondents dinner. i know i was a little late tonight. i was running on cpt, which
stands for jokes that white people should not make. if this material works well, i'm going to use it at goldman sachs next year. hillary once questioned whether i would be ready for a 3:00 a.m. phone call. i'm awake anyway because i have to go to the bathroom. bernie, you look like a million bucks or to put it in terms you'll understand you look like 37,000 donations of $27 each. i am hurt, bernie, that you've been distancing yourself a little from me. that's just not something that you do to your comrade. bernie's slogan has helped his campaign catch fire among young people. feel the bern. hillary's slogan has not had the
same affect. let's see this. ted went to indiana. hoosier country. stood on a basketball court and called the hoop a basketball ring. baseball sticks? football hats. sure, i'm the foreign one. you know i've got to talk about trump. a room full of reporters, celebrities, cameras, and he says no. is this dinner too tacky for the donald? in fairness, he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. miss sweden. miss argentina.
he could close guantanamo because he knows a thing or two about running waterfront properties into the ground. obama out. >> he drops the mike. >> he loves doing those. he's very good at it whether you like him or don't like him, he's spot on with his timing as a comedian. >> obama must have had amazing writers. his delivery was good. pretty on point. >> he goes after everyone. >> al sharpton isn't happy. >> clinton, famously thin skinned went after himself at the height of monica. he made fun of it. obama never seen him do that. >> only thing he did last night was about his age and 3:00 phone call with hillary clinton.
he had to go to the bathroom and then pictures of how he's aged over the years. >> he goes easy on himself. >> george w. bush went after himself. let us know what you think. we put up more clips for you to weigh in on this morning. we have other stories we're following. we'll start with this fox news alert on this sunday morning. police in los angeles and across the united states prepping for violent may day protests after horrific scenes like this played out last year. protesters and police clashing from new york to los angeles as demonstrators battle in the name of workers rights. some marches turning to riots earlier this week like this one in california when an anti-trump protester smashed a cop card a left a supporter bloody in the face. more is possible this afternoon. thousands planning an immigration rally in downtown l.a. to protest trump's controversial comments about muslims and people from mexico. apple agreeing to put its best tech experts on the case of
those two missing boys that vanished last summer off the coast of florida during a fishing trip. they'll look to get anything they can off the water-logged iphone hoping to provide answers about what went wrong with the boat. the phone and capsized boat were found last month. they were both skilled boaters and ran into bad weather before disappearing. a potential line of attack for donald trump falling in his lap from heidi cruz saying her husband is an immigrant during a speech last night. >> he's an immigrant. he's hispanic. we can unify this party. >> courts ruled that ted cruz is an american citizen born in canada to a cuban father and american mother. new controversy this morning surrounding commencement speech. former new york city mayor
michael bloomberg getting backlash and praise after making these comments yesterday. >> a micro aggression is just that. micro. in a macro sense one of the most dangerous places on a college campus is the sight space because it creates a false impression that we can isolate ourselves from those who hold differ>> along with micro aggre and safe spaces, he hit on candidates' extreme partisanship and intolerance of others views. those are your headlines. surprised to see that. >> tons of boos for it. >> good for him. >> we have extreme weather to get to. rick was warning us about deadly storms. take a look at this video. >> here goes the culvert. >> wow. six people killed in texas after severe flooding hit including a
great grandmother and her four great grandchildren and bad weather affecting parts of louisiana affecting one of the most famous music festival to cancel part of its events yesterday. rick will have a final word as he always does on this. good morning. >> think about how many times in the last year we talked about flooding in south texas, louisiana. it's been such a rough year. more of it going on right now. you see interstate 10 right now all of this red that's really very heavy rain and thunderstorms going on and they're not moving very quickly at all. look at future radar. we see this all day long into tonight and then it builds up again overnight and into tomorrow across this area. we're not completely done with it until maybe monday into tuesday. monday night into tuesday i should say. take a look at this. some spots will see maybe an additional 8 to 10 inches of rain in some isolated spots and flooding concerns there. the same storm system moving into parts across the east. we'll watch for a flooding threat across parts of the
southeast as well. turn around behind you. >> in honor of our biking. >> trying to keep bikes in sight. >> blew through a red light. bikers can do that. >> i've seen anna on a city bike driving on the sidewalk. knocked down a hot dog cart. coming up here on the show, he wasn't there but donald trump was all of the talk we white house correspondents dinner. chris wallace sits down with the donald ahead of the indiana primary and joins us next. you heard black lives matter. bradley cooper's girlfriend says hot lives matter, too. ♪ can't touch this my mom loves giving me advice. she even gives me advice...
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>> i have spent years meeting with leaders from around the word. miss sweden. miss argentina. there's one area where donald's experience could be invaluable and that's closing guantanamo because trump knows a thing or two about running waterfront properties into the ground. >> president obama praising donald trump's foreign policy and business tactics in the front runner's absence at the white house correspondents dinner last night. >> chris wallace will be talking to trump later today and joins us now with more. were you there for the big nerd prom last night? >> i was indeed, which is why i'm a little bit under the weather this morning. there's a reason that you don't stay out late at night and drink
before you do a sunday show. i thought the president was very funny. it was really interesting. everybody was waiting to see what he was going to say about donald trump. he famously took him apart back in 2011 and the funny thing is he went through a series of jokes and he started -- these things always end the same way with get very serious and talk about the role of the press and he did that for about ten seconds. i know you want my trump material. he proceeded to unload on trump for about four or five minutes. >> all eyes of course on indiana. you have a big interview this morning. the man himself donald trump will be sitting down with you on "fox news sunday." ted cruz seemed to suggest that everything stops in indiana. back room deals with delegates and so forth could come down to that. do you buy that argument? >> indiana is important. we'll talk at the top of the hour to donald trump but we're also going to be talking to ted cruz. cruz has had a remarkable week. some people say it's been
daring. some people say it's been desperate. i guess it's been a little bit of both. he made the deal with john kasich. kasich would stay out of indiana. cruz will stay out of new mexico and oregon and then really a stunning move when he named carly fiorina as his running mate three months before the convention. we'll see whether it all worked or whether it had no affect at all. trump even if he wins indiana doesn't clinch the nomination but effectively in terms of momentum and in terms of the view inside the party, if he n wins indiana on tuesday, everyone thinks this is over. >> conventional view in d.c. seems to have shifted to the idea that he's probably going to be the nominee. you have seen stories about how washington establishment figures are making their peace with that. do you think that's real? >> i do, tucker. not happily in some cases but there's a growing sense, look
he's 430 delegates ahead of cruz and he's going to go into the convention win or lose in indiana with well over 1,000. that doesn't means he deserves the nomination but the idea that the guy that wrote the art of the deal isn't going to be able to get 50 or 100 more delegates over the course of six weeks between california and cleveland seems unlikely. people i think feel whether we like him or not, we don't want to have open warfare with a nominee. >> chris wallace live in washington d.c. thank you so much. we'll check our local listings to tune into "fox news sunday" and watch you and congratulations on 20 years of "fox news sunday" to you and all your producers. >> congratulations. >> he doesn't look a day over 19. >> coming up on the show, a mother and daughter found alive after four days lost in the wilderness. how a sign made out of sticks saved their lives. who could forget the teenager who carried his younger
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we have quick headlines this morning starting with a fatal accident involving a duck boat in the city of boston. a 29-year-old woman died after being hit by the sightseeing vehicle while driving a motorized scooter. a man riding with her suffered minor injuries. both were wearing helmets at the time. none of the 30 people on the duck boat were hurt. and nowak situations of negligence for administering harmful drugs to junior seau.
he was suffering from a brain condition linked to trauma from concussions during his years in football. 16-year-old hunter made big news last summer when he carried his little brother, braden, who has cerebral palsy on his back for 57 miles. the two appeared on "fox & friends" last year telling us how the whole idea got started. >> a year ago my mom had a dream that i was carrying my brother to raise awareness for cerebral palsy. >> what did you think about it when hunter asked but this idea? >> i thought it was crazy. >> but this year the brothers committed to a third and final walk. this time nearly doubling last year's trek. hunter carrying braden for 111 miles over the course of five days. but it was that last half mile that meant the most as braden walked it all by himself. hunter and braden join us now.
good morning, boys. thanks for being with us. >> thank you so much for having us on. >> what an inspirational story. braden, you walk in on your own at the end. that last half mile. what was that like for you? >> that was so cool. one, i was happy that it was the end and happy that i was walking and i felt nervous but i felt really excited so i wasn't sure what kind of emotions i was feeling. >> what were people saying to you when you were walking by. looks like a ton of people out there to support you. >> you can do it. you can do it. let's go. you can do it. encouraging words. >> hunter, why did you decide to do this 111 miles. 57 is a ton having your brother on your back. why did you want to up it to 111. >> you know, it was just crazy thinking about it. we've done two walks before and we've had so much support, so
much awareness that we've been able to raise and we wanted to go even further and push ourselves to a little bit farther in those limits. we wanted to tell more people and we thought we're going to have to reach a new area. we'll have to walk a little bit farther to go able to reach more people. also for the story just to be able to tell a bigger story. we're doing a bigger challenge and really the challenge is nothing compared to what braden has to face every day. >> what do you face every day? >> i face a lot of therapy. >> what do you do at therapy? >> stretching mostly and standing and things like that that most people can do but i just need to work extra harder in order for me to do them. that's why i work on therapy. >> why do you want to help other
kids? you're trying to raise money for cerebral palsy research and why do you want to help other people in the same spot as you? >> because our goal is to win this and if people know about cerebral palsy then people like doctors and biomedical engineers can help people, other kids and other people with cerebral palsy. >> 111 miles. it took you how many days. where were you eating and where were you sleeping? >> six days to complete. we would start and end each day at every high school. i want to reach high school students because we're the next ones into the world. so it would start and end at a high school and we would drive to eat dinner a place in the area and refuel and then we would stay the night in a hotel.
>> what's the goal? what's the biggest goal of this? >> our goal is to inform the world and challenge the world at all levels to take the necessary steps toward inclusion. >> we want everybody to support you. head to facebook.com cerebral palsy swagger. 29 minutes after the hour. this is what's coming up. election aside it may be the biggest story of the year. kelly ripa takes a cheap shot at michael strahan. what do you think. >> i want to get your take on it. i don't have a take. yours. you've gotten a divorce? >> was it a dig and on purpose? many say so and also reports that kelly better watch her back. can you spot the hidden dangers around your home that could hurt your baby? we'll break down what every parent needs to know coming up right after the break. don't go anywhere. you're watching "fox & friends
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month this morning. >> we have 50 stationary bikes on the plaza but they're going real fast. listen to good music. deejay out there. a great partnership with the american heart association. lovely ladies from cyclebar. it's a total body workout. not just for your legs. >> they've been doing that since 5:45 this morning. >> i got a total body workout just watching. >> you thought it was international workers day. that is a soviet holiday. here it's national bike day. >> are you tired because you've been biking through my mind all day. >> this is the five borough bike race. celebrating bikes today on the show. first this -- >> news headlines and we'll start with an incredible story of survival. a north carolina mother and daughter rescued after getting lost for four days in a new zealand forest. carolyn lloyd was visiting her daughter, rachel, attending college there. the pair went on a hike but got caught in rugged terrain and when they never checked into
their hotel search crews were sent looking for them. they were saved thanks to this makeshift help sign made from trees and shrubs. the pair said they survived by rationing peanuts and huddling together for warmth. hillary clinton's campaign backtracking on a racist remark about native americans. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. >> instead of clinton apologizing, one of her aides taking to twitter to calm the critics saying about the use of an expressipression today that some very offensive root, divisive language has no place in our politics. michael strahan is plotting revenge to get back at kelly ripa for this unscripted divorce
k gig. you have gotten divorced. anyone here gotten divorced? anybody. some people. okay. >> there are some reports that because strahan has two weeks left on the show before he transfers over to "good morning america" that it may not be pretty. sources say he's not letting that dig go without hitting back. we'll be watching. bradley cooper's girlfriend is saying hot lives matter, too. a stop and frisk vogue caption shoot. she's patted down by an nypd look alike in new york central park and then kisses the cop.
are you there? there he is. >> i'm here. you guys have been on these bikes for like 3 1/2 hours. >> yes, we have. >> you're not even sweating. you have your tension turned way down. that's the only way i could make it through a spin case. turn up your bike and then i act like i do but i actually don't really turn it up. that's the trick to spin. look at the weather maps as you wake up this morning. here's your view across the northeast into the mid-atlantic. it will be rainy tonight and into tomorrow. kind of a washout across much of the east. across the southeast, heavy rain across southern louisiana. get ready for more flooding. some of that could be very severe. we've seen so much flooding this week. a little bit more going on. same over toward the carolinas. across areas of the northeast, rain will continue to linger especially across parts of iowa into illinois and you get the idea there. kind of a gloomy day as well.
all right. sending it to you inside. >> thanks, rick. parents are constantly trying to keep their children out of harm's ways but the biggest dangers could be before your very eyes. how do you avoid these hazards around your home? quick fix and baby proofing tips. mindy, nice to see you this morning. >> nice to see you. >> we think about the baby. but really you have to do baby proofing around the house. >> this looks like an innocent room. it's not for a little guy like callan who will be pulling to stand soon. you want to put guards around your corner. they are soft. you can put them on table tops. there's long ones that you can do all of the way around so when they pull to stand they're okay. >> kids have a tendency to find sharp corners. they want to slam their heads into them. >> you have this mirror in your house and looks beautiful. a child can pull on this and pull it down. kids go to the hospital for furniture tipovers 40 kids a day to the e.r. for tipovers.
put a strap like this on. attach it to the wall and mirror and will stay put. worth doing. >> let's move over here to blinds. we had one of these where they could constantly come down and pull on it and yank it and throw it. >> obviously the worry is when they make a circle and they can be a strangulation risk. there are gadgets you put them in to keep it separate and safe. you'll put them in. the other option a lot of parents will tell you is go cordless especially in the baby's room. that's also peace of mind. >> let's move over here to the television. >> right. televisions look so light weight and easy. again a baby can tip this over easy and you would think it's a smaller tv but big tvs are even a huge risk and so again you want to use, it's like the one for the mirror only it's made for a tv. it's strong enough. you're going to attach it to the tv and then to your wall or you
can wall mount your tv. today people wall mount tvs because they look pretty that makes safety experts happy because it's very safe. >> okay. what about some of the wall outlets? kids love -- my son never did this but my little girl would stick her finger in an outlet. >> see what happens. >> this would be fun. >> again, this is a great thing to use. you'll put it in any outlet you're not using. you get the vacuum cleaner out. pull it out and put it back in when you're done. >> added bonus along the outside walls no cold air comes in. sometimes there's a breeze that comes in. heat loss. i'm saving you money on your electric bill. finally, some of the laundry pods. >> laundry pods, calls to poison centers have gone up 17% of these. they look like candy to kids. they're cute and squishy.
this will go straight down. you want to keep these locked away high up on a shelf or in a childproof cabinet. don't leave them out with laundry. keep them away from these little guys. they'll think it's candy. it's not safe. very important. >> he's the most well behaved child we've ever had on the show. thank you so much. pleasure. >> great to be here. >> you can find all of these produc products. coming up here on the show, police in los angeles are bracing for more violence as activists promise to continue rioting against donald trump. who and what are really behind this rally rage? a race car sent flying through the air during a race as a stunned crowd holds their breath. the driver walked away though. i know what i can expect from usaa
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more violence this morning as activists promise to continue rallying against donald trump. this comes after rallies where trump supporters say they were roughed up. who is behind this? what is this all about and why is nobody saying anything about it? our friend larry elder joins us now with his reaction. it's great to see you this morning. so what is -- who are these protesters who have become rioters? >> i think most of them are people who are legitimately angry at donald trump for saying i'm going build a wall and make mexico pay for it and deport 11 million illegal aliens. now there is some speculation that some of these people are being paid by outside agitatoag. most of the people who are out there protesting and waving mexican flags are upset at a man they perceive to be racist.
>> i got to say, i'm old enough to be shocked they are waving mexican flags at a rally in the united states. i don't know if you can see it it we ran video of rioters jumping on a police car kicking in windows. why did police not do anything about that? >> it's a delegate balance. you overreact and you're accused of police brutality and if you stand back like in baltimore, you watch your city burn. in regard to the mexican flags. there was proposition 187 some years ago that would have banned illegal aliens from getting educational benefits and health care benefits and my mother was on the fence until she saw agitators the day before the vote waving the mexican flag. if donald trump wasn't paying these people to wave the mexican flag, he ought to because it lends fuel to the fire that the borders are porous and that mexico is notheir best. >> the idea that these people are not representing america when they're out there doing
this. do you know the irony of people who come out to protest against "hate" and then begin rioting and kicking in windows of police cars. >> irony is not lost on people. the idea is that california is a left wing state open-minded and tolerant until you say something that ticks them off. the idea that someone can't have a point of view different from yours and you'll block them from getting to and from the arena which is what they did is outrageous. it offends americans and all it does is garnish support for donald trump. they have no idea what they're doing. >> exactly right. i'm a native california and i grieve for the state. i hope it's not as out of control as it looks. great to see you this morning. >> my pleasure. another fox news alert this morning. breaking right now in our nation's capital, hazmat crews being dispatched to the scene of a train derailment. stay tuned for that. you need a gift for anothmos
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good morning. convention chaos in the desert. trump supporters outraged after a delegate grab by senator ted cruz. and now word there's a potential lawsuit in the works. the breaking news from overnight. and then did president obama just endorse donald trump? >> there's one area where donald's experience could be invaluable and that's closing guantanamo because trump knows a thing or two about running waterfront properties into the ground. obama out. >> we'll be honest. it didn't look exactly like an endorsement. it was part of last night's white house correspondents festivities. we'll tell you what happened. stay tuned. >> do you like to hug your dog like these people? your dog hates it. >> no, he doesn't. >> we have proof.
stop smothering your dog. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. a big debate around here. ♪ >> cyclebar helping us celebrate. it's may 1st. national bike month. cycling on the plaza. >> good morning, everybody. we are celebrating national bike month out on our plaza. behind us also we have the five borough bike tour going on. all bike all the time. >> all ladies from cyclebar, great people. >> it's an entire body workout. >> i was standing off the set with them talking and donald trump walked in who is going upstairs to his interview with chris wallace and trump meeting
the ladies of cyclebar was one of the coolest thing i've seen in a long time. >> some of these ladies look like they belong in the miss universe pageant. >> i know mr. trump is watching. if you would like to come down, we have an extra cycle bike down here. >> you can hang out on the couch. >> he may want to work out frustrations and anger over what happened in arizona yesterday because they're upset, the trump campaign furious this morning about some of the election results. you remember he crushed ted cruz in the primary so he won more votes, right? they held their state convention yesterday and cruz ends up winning. explain that one to me. >> if you can imagine, the crowd is not particularly happy. let's listen. >> you can hear them chanting,
booing yelling trump, trump, though delegates were voting for cruz. >> he won 47% of the vote in arizona and the same thing happened in other states including virginia and missouri also on saturday. i know the cruz people think these are big wins for them. my theory and i think it's right is that watching this on television is driving a lot of people counterproductively to the donald trump campaign. the response is those are rules. that's true. trump should know the rules. true. it's happened before. true. it doesn't mean people like it and understand it. it doesn't mean that the republican party officials should defend rules that are clearly designed to prevent voters from mattering. why are they defending that? >> the cruz camp calls them whiners and that the system is rigged. jeff dewitt and trump supporter
and campaign chair had this to say about it. listen. >> we'lli inin inbe filing a la. our slate button was checked more than any other and yet our people are not getting in. our people that we submitted in many cases the names were not showing up. so we are very unhappy. >> you can hear the fury in his voice. >> it's the electronic system. there's according to jeff dewitt and others voting glitches and even if you had signed and pulled the slate button for the trump campaign, that it wasn't showing up for them. >> that's a different story than the ground game and organization that cruz has put into place so much across the country and would be better served on a second ballot than a first. >> and even jan brewer says i put my number down and it didn't show up. there's an electronic problem
here. i get that a lot of people are concerned about the idea of donald trump being the republican nominee. he will take the party to places he hasn't gone. he may not know that much. i understand that completely. if you want to beat trump for the nomination, get more votes to vote for you. this is again a counterproductive way to win because it's driving people who wouldn't be supporting trump to trump. they don't seem to get it. >> so out of touch with republicans in d.c. i like them. they're my friends. they don't understand what's happening in the country at all. >> outrage we're showing you is video from arizona but it happened in virginia and missouri. let's look at the numbers from the primary that was in virginia because donald trump won the majority of the vote there. let's see what he got. virginia was 34.7%. now we're looking at arizona. if we look at virginia though, which happened on march 1st, 34.7% went to donald trump but cruz has taken 10 of 13 delegates our producer tell us. if you look at missouri, trump had 41% of the vote.
but cruz got 18 of the 24 delegates. >> he did better with some of these other delegates the states with delaware and maine and arkansas. >> representatives in some cases weren't elected to be the representatives. the delegates in cleveland in july. it's a simple question. what's a better way to choose? i know this is a constitutional republic and hedge against mob rule and demagogues and i get this. we're moving toward something -- i don't think there will be a contested convention. it's not in anybody's interest. they'll figure it out in the six weeks between california and cleveland. >> it may be figured out on tuesday with the indiana primary. winner take all state. if donald trump cleans up there, could it be the end of the line for the cruz camp? >> donald trump not at the white house correspondents dinner last night. he was there last year and the
president took jabs at him. he was not there last night. he hit on a lot of the candidates including hillary clinton. we're going to bring you highlights. let's listen. >> it is an honor to be here at my last and perhaps the last white house correspondents dinner. bernie, you look like a million bucks. or to put in terms you'll understand, you look like 37,000 donations of $27 each. i am hurt, bernie, that you've been distancing yourself a little from me. that's just not something that you do to your comrades. you have to admit it though. hillary trying to appeal to young voters is a little bit like your relative who just signed up for facebook. dear america, did you get my poke? is it appearing on your wall? i'm not sure i'm using this
right. ted had a tough week. he went to indiana. hoosier country. stood on a basketball court and called the hoop a basketball ring. what else is in his lexicon? baseball sticks? football hats? but sure i'm the foreign one. you know i've got to talk about trump. you got a room full of reporters, celebrities, cameras, and he says no. is this dinner too tacky for the donald? in fairness he spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. miss sweden. miss argentina. there's one area where donald's experience could be invaluable and that's closing guantanamo because trump knows a thing or
two about running waterfront properties into the ground. obama out. >> very funny. >> good. >> very funny. it's always a tough act to follow. when other comedians have got up after president obama, i don't even recall who did it last year, no one remembers them because he's so good at what he does in these moments. >> the guy who followed president obama this year underfire this morning because he used the n word at the end on his way out. even al sharpton is not real happy with him. whoever wrote president obama's jokes maybe should have written his, too. obama's were good. >> don lemon from cnn who i personally admire, gave the finger to larry wilmer last night on camera. all of his jokes are aimed at other people. i've never seen this. many years of watching these dinners and going, obama is the only one who is not self-deputy
ri -- you watch bush and clinton. obama does not ever really joke about himself. >> a couple times he joked about his age and how many he aged during the presidency. that's typical of every president to your point. >> or every middle-aged man. >> bill clinton said in eight years i have given you 20 years of material to work with. >> can you imagine obama saying that? >> go to our facebook page and weigh in. >> get on social media. a lot of news anchors were there last night and looked like they had a great time. ten minutes after the hour. other stories making headlines starting with a fox news alert. crews are on the scene of a train derailment in d.c. hazardous materials spilling out of overturned cars. fire department says at least nine train cars came off the tracks around 7:00 this morning. they say at least three are leaking chemicals.
no word on what kind. several roads in the area are shutdown. no injuries have been reported. in another fox new year's alert, police in los angeles and really across the united states prepping for violent may day protests after horrific scenes like this played out last year. protesters and police clashing from new york to los angeles as demonstrations were battling in the name of workers rights. some marches turning to riots earlier this week like this one in california when anti-trump protesters smashed a cop car and left a supporter bloody in the face. more of the same is possible this afternoon. thousands planning an immigration rally in downtown l.a. to protest trump's controversial comments about muslims and people from mexico. new this morning, the parents of murdered aid worker kayla mueller call out the government for not doing enough to stop isis. the muellers encouraging more americans to speak it out to get
the government and president to do more than just talk. and a line of attack for republican candidate donald trump -- i guess we're not going to show that -- heidi cruz mentioned -- are we going to show it now. >> let's show it. >> no, we're not going to show it. >> i'm going to tell what you it was instead since we don't have it there. heidi cruz mentioned the reasons why ted cruz was great and understand the plight of americans and in that said he was an immigrant and of course it brought up the whole canadian thing. >> the fact that he's an immigrant. we'll talk more about that. have we wet your appetite for the next 48 minutes of the show? we hope so. we have hillary clinton's attack on donald trump. turns out it backfired. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. >> did you catch the racist phrase in that? many on the whack job left did. we'll tell you what they're
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experience dealing with men who sometimes get off the reservation in the way they behave and how they speak. i'm not going to deal with their temper tantrums or their bullying or their efforts to try to provoke me. >> that's racist because -- >> yesterday when we were talking about it, we saw a couple things with it. one, she's pitting men against women which she's trying to play the woman card that she continues to play and play and play and play and some people say was she going off the reservation, who was she talking about? her husband? is that what she was talking about. well now even the left are calling the pc police saying that off the reservation is a racial slur and here's some people on the left saying that very thing. listen. >> as an historian i would caution any of news this country to talk about anybody being off the reservation. let us not forget that the colonist of this country stole
the land and government put them on reservations. we have to be careful with that type of language. >> america itself is illegitimate so when hillary said was unacceptable. this is what happened when you set in motion what you see coming out of the obama white house that you're a bad person if you misspeak. just stop. >> lighten up. >> phrases that people have been using for decades. i get that sometimes maybe those things need to be revised over time and we need to assess culturally where we are. at the same time, i don't think she was thinking of that and wasn't thinking of the plight of native americans. >> now her campaign is on damage control and amanda, one of the clinton's national political directors says this. divisive language has no place in our politics. hillary clinton meant no disrespect to native americans. she wants this election to be about lifting people up and not
tearing them down. >> when she said was divisive because she was pitting men against women. far be it for me to defend hillary clinton. conservatives say they've done this for years. it's nice to get back at her. it's wrong to attack people for saying something that wasn't meant to be offensive. people should have freedom to say what we think. we're all under this cloud afraid to say what we think for fear of being punished. >> that's why donald trump is doing so well. >> you come out and say that's racist. that just ends the conversation. no one is having a broader conversation what does it mean to be racist. what does it mean to be sexist? can you define that for me? >> defining terms would disempower the accuser. if you had to define what you meant, you would be silly. i'm calling you a name and demanding you be quiet. >> joe biden got in trouble for talking to that one owner of the dunkin' donuts restaurant saying
i know a lot of native americans that own dunkin' donuts restaurants. you do a great job. that was seen as racist. >> he should be executed. now i'm defending joe biden. when we come back speaking of principles, geraldo rivera joins us on all of the news of the day. you would be insane to miss that. so don't. do you like to hug your dog? >> more than you know. >> these people do. we do. turns out your pooch may hate it. what dog owners need to know. we'll show you coming up next. >> why do you hate your dog so much? (war drums beating) fight heartburn fast. with tums chewy delights. the mouthwatering soft chew that goes to work in seconds to conquer heartburn fast. tum tum tum tum. chewy delights. only from tums.
>> you at home, stop hugging your dog. some researchers say that hugging your dog stresses them out. >> here to make heads or tails of this, one of our favorite veterinarians. good to see you. >> they are getting hugs right now. >> these are your dogs? >> this is my dog. this is one of my friend's dog. the big thing we worry about is making sure people don't get hurt or bitten by their dogs if their dog is uncomfortable. today on american hospital association facebook page, i posted an article that all dog owners and especially people with children should read. i want to touch on this study. this researcher went online like we all do and looked at pictures of animals and specifically dogs being hugged by people. he found a random sampling of 250 dogs and most of them were
showing signs of distress. now, people don't know these signs. i actually brought pictures along. let's look at the first one. the first one we have a little boy holding his chihuahua. you can see the whites of the dog's eye. half moon signs of distress. ears pinned back. next one is golden retriever sitting on a couch. he looks comfortable though you notice he's not looking at the woman beside him. maybe someone called his name or he might be uncomfortable. dogs avert their gaze to avoid conflict. so directly looking in a dog's eye can be stressful for them. >> like when you come home and your dog has been in the trash and won't look you in the eye. >> licking lips. >> in context of food being around, maybe they're hungry or maybe they're nauseous, but if there's no food around, this dog is showing that he's uncomfortable by licking his
lips. he loves his girl but maybe he's uncomfortable in that position. >> what if dogs lick you and won't stop? >> especially if you put something like lotion on. or you've been eating bacon. >> cover yourself in bacon for sure. >> that's daily thing for me. >> and last one we have is subtle. look at the dog's feet here. when dogs are comfortable they have all four feet on the ground. this dog is lifting one of her paws up. that means she's not quite sure what's going to happen next. do i run away. do i have to get down off the couch. these subtle signs are indications that the dog may not be comfortable with the way you're holding them. it's okay to pet your dog, love your dog, but when it comes to children, and especially dogs you don't know, be careful to watch these subtle signs. >> whatever you do to calvin, calvin likes. >> he's being submissive. he's comfortable here. he comes here a lot. zipper over here, her ears are nice and forward. she's having great eye contact with everyone. she's very comfortable here.
>> what about dogs snouts their noses? >> don't stick their hands in their face. we can have bites to children and we have over 2 million children that are bitten every year. most of them are by dogs that child knows. >> i was reading an article about this yesterday. there's a difference in going up and giving your dog a pet and then hugging them. >> they feel trapped. they can't escape and the primary way of protecting themselves is to avoid conflict. biting is the last thing they want to do. >> it's hard to pull back and stop smothering your dog. >> thank you. >> great to see you as always. when we come back, geraldo livera will be on the set with news of the day. there he is. come in and hug the dogs and an exchange at a taco shop gets the manager canned. >> this guy right here, he just called me a [ bleep ].
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look at who he ran into. >> the leading candidate, the probable, the inevitable republican nominee. >> good to see you. thanks for sticking around. >> you have news, we were just talking to you. we put up a bunch of polls from indiana. you say there's a new one that suggests you're doing well. >> there are a couple that have me up quite a bit. i'm going there right now leaving for indiana right now. i think we're doing really well, yeah. it looks good. do you have polls that say otherwise? >> some have ted cruz up by nine, you up by 15. it seems to be a jump ball situation right now. >> it could very well be. i think we're doing really well. in new york i was supposed to win by 50%. i ended up getting 62. then we won pennsylvania, maryland. we won everything. everything on the east coast.
we won a lot. now we're over 1,000 delegates. 1,004. that's a lot. and we're going to go for the final push. >> the bobby knight thing was really big. i thought that neutralized the governor pence quasi endorsement of ted cruz which would have had a lot of impact otherwise. >> the governor is a nice guy. a lot of pressure put on him by his donors. he was nicer to me. everyone thought he gave me the endorsement because he started off donald trump. i really want to thank him. and then he finished with me and somewhere in between he said he'll vote for cruz. you could see that was not a really loving endorsement. >> i want to ask you about arizona. a republican convention there. you won that state. it looks like senator cruz wound up with more delegates than you. the suggestion is that you're going to file a lawsuit? are you? >> it doesn't matter. i'll win on the first ballot. we're already over 1,000.
we're 1,004. i need not too many now to get and we have a lot coming in. indiana will be big. i hope to win indiana. i'm going there now. i'm going to make five or six speeches in the next two days. we'll do great in indiana. everybody dislikes cruz. he doesn't have a senator that likes him. his all-time favorite senator is jeff sessions, from alabama. an amazing guy. he's supporting me. he just came out and endorsed me. cruz has something going on with him. something off. >> what if you're 20 short and they try to screw you? >> i have 4 million votes more. nobody ever talks about that. you say i just saw on your show that i have a record. i'm over 10 million votes. by next week it will be the biggest in the history of republican primarieies and afte california, 5 million more than anybody had and i'm up for 400 delegates or more than that and wouldn't it be ridiculous if you
don't get in the first ballot and a guy with 5 million votes left? >> mr. trump, there's a report on the hill this morning that if it goes to a contested convention, your campaign doesn't have a blueprint on how to handle that and also not for picking a vice president or for funding a general election campaign. how do you respond to that? >> vice president, i don't want to think about that. >> i thought you told me. >> other than geraldo. geraldo would be great. i would get that spanish vote in two seconds. wouldn't that be good? we have tremendous -- everything is just going. we're not really playing for the second. whenever you read that stuff, they try to make it a big deal. we have a lot on the second but we don't want the second. we want to win it in the first ballot and i think you will. >> do you buy senator cruz's argument that on tuesday would be the line in the sand. indiana for him, it's all in. you have to win that. >> he's got to win. he has no path to victory. if he won indiana, he can't win.
what does he need? 120% or something. you can't get 120%. the only way he can win is if i don't get the required number and then he goes and gets because he -- i guess you could use the word bribe or maybe a lesser word but he takes everybody out to dinner. they take them to hotel rooms and you try to buy the election. put yourself in the rnc position where trump has by that time 5 million or 6 million more votes. trump would have 500 to 600 more delegates and now we're going to lift up the hand of a guy that bought lunches for people in the second ballot. when you hear this, tucker, they are only talking about second or third or fourth ballot. we're not playing that. we won't get there. we'll get there -- there's a scenario under which i reach 1,400 pretty easily. so for him, it's imperative to win. even if he wins, in my opinion he can't win. if i win, it's over. indiana. and i love the people of indiana.
and i think tucker has been very nice to me. i have to tell him. i always deal with him by telephone. he's been very nice. you know what, he's been very professional which is hard to believe. >> coyou could have dumped your campaign manager like a hot potato after the allegation that he pushed that woman. >> it was in my club. i have security cameras. i saw the camera. now, her police report said thrown to the ground and i said, man, what happened? why did you do such a thing? i was in the group. i said, wait a minute, that was one grabbing me. maybe i should file a report. she was grabbing me. that's when i was looking down. she was a slightly -- she was terrible i think. she filed a report that she was almost thrown to the ground and then thrown to the ground.
so when i got the camera, i looked. i said he didn't do anything wrong. once the police saw the camera and everybody saw the camera and i stuck with him. now cruz said he should be fired immediately. i said how do you fire a person before you know what happened? i will tell you, i was going to fire him based on the reports. fortunately we had a camera that was a great camera in the ske ceiling. i said don't we have a good camera system here? the best. he didn't actually even hit her. he ran interference. she was grabbing me. she broke through the secret service. wasn't supposed to be there. the press conference was over. he walked because she shouldn't have been doing. she put weapon in her police report. she put teeth, fists and feet. he didn't do anything. now, it would have been very easy for me to do the politically correct thing. this guy should be fired
immediately. that's a lack of loyalty. just like i was loyal to him and i was right and now i'm getting credit for it. i was right. i'll be loyal to the american people. we'll defend the american people. >> you showed your loyalty there. we want to get your take on video. we haven't heard you respond to this. heidi cruz laying out why america should vote for senator ted cruz and why her husband is great and one of the things she said is quite interesting. let's listen to this line. >> ted is an immigrant. he's hispanic. we can unify this party. >> he is an immigrant. >> did she get that from you? >> i assume she's saying he's an immigrant from canada. he lived in canada for the first four years of his life. i assume she's referring to one of your areas of the world, right, geraldo? >> you mean the hispanic world? >> i think that's it. that's what i think she's referring to. i'm not sure. he lived in canada for the first four years. and he's not going to get it.
he's got no chance. nobody likes him. people don't respect him anymore. we call him lying ted for a reason. nobody lies as much as him. i've never seen a man hated as much as him. democrats will bring a lawsuit that he's not a naturalized citizen. >> you say he has sensitivity for people's problems that you don't because -- >> she's saying he's an immigrant. don't put your beautiful spin with your silver tongue. he's been doing this a long time. >> it's gold plated. >> did you watch the white house correspondents dinner? >> i watched pieces. i don't like being there and being the stupid person sitting there and you can't respond. >> here's what the president said about you in case you missed it. >> he has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world. miss sweden.
miss argentina. there's one area where donald's experience could be invaluable and that's closing guantanamo because trump knows a thing or two about running weaterfront properties into the ground. >> you weren't there. >> now you can respond. >> so i borrowed a million dollars years ago. i have a net worth now that is well beyond $10 billion. i do have a lot of waterfront properties and they are doing great. whether it's in los angeles where you know or along the potomac river or on the atlantic ocean and i have a lot of them. scotland. and it's only joking. >> what about the first charge? >> i haven't done that. i promise. see the camera. i promise. i've been a very good boy. i sold miss universe. i bought it for $2 billion. it was very sick. it was owned by madison square
garden corporation and paramount pictures. i made it good. i sold it for a tremendous amount of money. great deal. i didn't want to sell it but i thought owning miss universe when i was running for president is a bad combination. >> hillary clinton has been putting out these hillary cards now. you have been going back and fort on playing the woman card. she on an interview on thursday night was responding to the question about how she would deal with a tough general election with donald trump and she says, look, i'm used to men going off thereservation. i know how to handle them. >> i thought it was a terrible person. i am used to dealing with -- what was the word. she used a certain word. men off the reservation. i said to myself that's a horrible expression. now, if i would have used that expression in the opposite form, it would have been a front page story. she uses it and gets away with it. a demeaning remark to men in my opinion.
i don't know was she referring to her husband? i think she was referring to her husband. >> i think she was, too. >> you made the point that she's running -- the core of her campaign is the idea that she's a woman and you're not. is that enough to run on? >> i don't think so. i'll give security and strength and bring jobs back from china and japan and mexico which is the new china. it's absolutely killing us. we'll have strong borders. i'll do things she can't do. i'll say this. she doesn't have the strength or the energy to be president. >> she thinks that is something that will work for her because your disapproval ratings with women not so hot. >> i just won all of these races all over the place, every exit poll showed that i was number one by far with women. >> with republican women. >> we know -- >> if i had the right person, it would happen in a minute. >> anna martinez? >> not necessarily.
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dead and buried at sea. >> is dead. >> the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden. we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al qaeda's terror, justice has been done. >> we are back now with geraldo rivera to talk about this fifth anniversary of osama bin laden's death. we've all seen the video. whether you watched it live or saw it later of you announcing the death of osama bin laden. i want to know behind the scenes what was happening? how did you learn about it? what was going through your mind before you made that announcement? >> if i could say how personal i took 9/11 and i lived in middletown, new jersey. we had highest per capita casualty rate. i was stuck on the coast. i was talking to my 6 year old
when i finally got him on the phone. she said, daddy, we know people who were killed. i took it very, very personally. then i came to fox as a war correspondent and chased him for ten years. we were in washington for the correspondents dinner. ironically donald trump was being lampooned by president obama. obama was a brilliant actor because he didn't let on at all. that was april 30th. that's the day they were going to get bin laden but they called it off because of weather. they went the next day. just imagine. obama is going through -- the president is going through his comedy routine when all of this is going on. i'm in washington for the correspondents dinner. i might as well stay in sund sunday -- in washington for the sunday show. we got word that the president would speak at 10:00 p.m. eastern time. what could that be on a sunday
night? 10:00 p.m. eastern time. it was about qaddafi. it's not that big of a deal. with all due respect to north america and all the rest of it. it wasn't like an earth shattering thing. it couldn't thing. it couldn't be war. we would have heard of an atomic explosion or terrible attack. then the internet started buzzing. all the bright kids. we had my staff there, my brother craig there, craig hart there. as we're getting these, you know, different kind of theories, the light bulb went off in my brain, what if it's osama bin laden. it wasn't two minutes before that, our senior capitol hill court reporter, he heard it.
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went down 60, 70 miles from where we lost him. >> that was geraldo. 3:09 in the morning after learning about the shooting of osama bin laden. what happened here? you left the studio. >> left the studio, right there, the washington team took over at midnight. we heard about what was this spontaneous demonstrations in front of the white house and times square. i went to running to the white
house. i couldn't get to my crew. i didn't have any credentials. i went into the white house entrance. i said to the secret service guy, you have to let me into the white house to get to where craig and the crew were to where the this crowd was. the secret service escorts me, and i'm with craig and this spontaneous demonstration was unbelievable. it's better than times square. the entire people were there, expressing their patriotism, their relief, the fact we got this guy. the terror mastermind. i got a call from bagram air base, general john campbell, commanding the 101st airborne in bag rom, they lost seven guys,
and they heard this watching fox news. rob o'neill tells us the s.e.a.l. team guy who killed bin laden, as they bring bin laden's body to bagram air base, they have a 70-inch flat screen tv in that room and they're all watching fox news. they're watching fox news, bin laden is dead, bin laden is dead. and there's dead bin laden. i'm telling you, nothing can ever top that. >> they were eating sandwiches and watching you with bin laden's -- >> an amazing image. >> on this fifth anniversary of osama bin laden's death, we appreciate you joining us to share your thoughts with us. be good. text mom. boys have been really good today. send. let's get mark his own cell phone. nice. send. brad could use a new bike. send. [google:] message. you decide.
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>> one minute you have dogs. the next minute you have presidentials candidates and -- >> greatest show in the world. >> see you next weekend. >> bye, everyone. hi, everybody. good morning. happy sunday. i'm maria bartiromo. welcome to "sunday morning futures." all eyes on the hoosier state. how significant is this primary? former house speaker newt gingrich as well as legendary basketball coach, bobby knight. chaos in california as protesters hit the street. and today marks five years since the death of osama bin laden. but even with the al qaeda leader gone, his terrorist network is