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tomorrow night, stay with fox news channel "the five" is coming up next. you don't want to miss it with our friends. thanks for being with us. see you tomorrow night. >> hello everyone, it's midnight in new york city and this is "the five". >> this is a fox news alert. thanks for joining us on this special late night edition of "the five" for the battle for indiana. donald trump says wins the indiana primary and ted cruz drops out of the race. here is trump reacting to his victory in the hoosier state. >> i have to tell you i have met
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some of the most incredible competitors. and ted cruz is one hell of a competitor. he is a tough, smart, guy. he's got an amazing future. so i want to congratulate ted. this country which is very, very divided is going to be one beautiful, loving country. and we're going to love each other and cherish each other and take care of each other. our thing is very simple. it's make america great again. we will make america great again. we'll start winning again. and you will be so proud of this country.
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very, very soon. >> i said i would continue on as long as there is a viable path to victory. tonight, i'm sorry to say it appears that path has been foreclosed. we left it on the field in indiana. we gave it everything we've got. but the voters chose another path. so with a heavy heart, but with boundless optimism for the long term knew tour of the nation but i am not suspending our fight for liberty. >> ted cruz taking the high road with boundless optimism, being
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positive about the future. and dana, welcome back to "the five". >> i think on two things i would say donald trump seems impressed by the what he has. so that is an interesting thing to see, and then, for ted cruz, that that is not aven easy speech to give. those people didn't think he would make it to final three. he ran a good organization. they spent money well and raised a lot of money but so organized.
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>> we learned a lot. we learned a lot about the process ted cruz said he was getting unbound delegates and it woke trump up. and those bell gits started to move back to trump. it's been a very, very wild, learning experience. >> ted cruz people on the ground game -- >> absolutely. >> they're up for grabs towards hillary. take the best people from the camps. >> it's like an all star game.
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or pitching. so you've got to, there is a tremendous amount of talent. you have 17 talented touchdowns. so people should be willing to come up, stand up and serve. >> right. i think donald trump stopped everybody. i mean, i never thought he could win but i think right now what is going on is cruz gave a good speech but never said now i throw my lot in with the prufrpt tiff nominee, marco rubio, still out there. i was watching rich laurie can't bring himself to say. and you hear about people like
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john mccain's aide, mark salter saying i'm with her, talking about hillary. hearing about lindsey graham. i i think the party is in shock. right now, tonight i think it's too early to talk about everybody gathering. >> right. and a tweet you can see there on the screen. >> that you're just talking about. >> yes. how? just unbelievable. >> i feel bad for carly. the shortest vp candidacy in the history. >> it is. >> like cruz got shellacked.
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i feel kind of bad for him. he saw the handwriting on the donald trump wall. >> he tried everything he could. >> do you know what i'm going to do? >> i'm going to double up efforts to be extra critical to trump because my country is at stake. and that is important. >> i know that that is impossible. but i want to -- >> lower or raise the bar. i'm not sure. just hang out at a bar. >> you better be careful. fellow republicans will call you a rhino. >> i'm okay with that. >> turns out mineos are more
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conservative. okay. >> what reasons why it needs to be uniting time right now. and hillary clinton you're going to end up with supreme court judges that be very liberal. we don't want that. if you want to work for mccain or lindsey graham and you don't like trump, for the good of the country, you can't unite behind the guy that is not hillary clinton. >> that is part of the reason tonight. you want her or you don't. or you do not. >> you could turn that back on your self, kimberly and go why
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don't you nominate someone that can beat her? >> that is what i think the people have done. >> yes. >> if there is. >> no they're changing. >> only with respect to hillary clinton. and can you imagine having a candidate more beatable than hillary clinton? >> yes. donald trump. >> no. no. if you go to a campaign with a criminal investigation with the fbi deservedly so for complete misuse with the e-mail server,
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that should matter. >> with democrats showing 20% decrease and we know what is going on with hillary clinton and bernie sanders interest is a chance to bring bernie sanders people. the reason is that 5 or 6 swing states that are going to judge the election that means druch has a chance of winning pennsylvania. >> coal industry, pennsylvania. >> yes. >> donald trump locked down pennsylvania. with every county there is a chance a republican with win pennsylvania. >> this is released to everybody that you don't care. as a conservative, you don't need me in new york in general. just in general.
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>> are you ready to take it any other place? >> no. that is what you mean. >> i'm kidding. when you look at the exit polls, republicans in indiana only 11% say what is more important than winning. they have anger at the establishment. so i think republicans may be looking at 1984 and the senate going, the house going and maybe a third party for that. >> if you're predicting it. >> you have a better chance of that. he can win 3 or 4 states and hillary clinton still wins the
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election. >> i think hillary clinton got twice the number of votes as any republican voters out there in pennsylvania this past primary. so if it does come down to a certain state, interest is ohio and another thing is that as a leader of the party that is his job. that is what he is supposed to do. there is a group that didn't have a lot of affection for the party anyway and has been against the trump candidacy and
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they are the people that may nef come home. that could be made up for voters but there are conservatives that do feel alien yated. >> that is a message. >> as much as i like ryan, he's got a very difficult job, it's the candidate's job to try to bring them home. he's not going to be able to that from the rnc. no way. and saturday night -- >> yes. >> so -- >> let's do this on high. 1 to 2:00 a.m. >> it kills people, further. >> okay. guys anyway. >> please. >> do it right now? >> sdrufrp closer to general
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election after tonight's victory. campaign carl was at the rally tonight. go home, greg. he will join us with the scoop on the buzz behind the scenes up next on this special late night edition of "the five". i wanted to know where my family came from. i did my ancestrydna. the most shocking result was that i'm 26% native american. i had no idea. it's opened up a whole new world for me.
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this is a some unbelievable day and evening, and year, and never have been through anything like this. but it's a beautiful thing to watch and a beautiful thing to behold. and we're going to make america great again. >> the people of indiana have been incredible. i started as you know, not very long ago. about six weeks ago and i was told i had a 20-point deficit. and i went there and i worked very hard and campaigned and i made speeches and met lots of incredible people. incredible people. you don't get better. the crowds got bigger and bigger. we had a tremendous victory tonight. >> that is donald trump becoming if you say it every time, the prumentive g.o.p. nomination. and forcing ted cruz to drop out of the race. campaign carl was at trump tower, thanks for joining us. gives us a sense of did they see
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that coming? >> trump saying cruz is going to drop out? >> yes. mr. trump said he was surprised by it. they had a good explanation it's coming. and i tried to not say that that was what is coming but that is all we've expected. and cruz said for the first time, i have always said that i'll continue as long as i have a viable path. that is the first time he said he would always continue as long as he had a viable path. and that pretty much telegraphed this is coming. >> picked up the hits earlier. >> yes. yesterday the staff started getting very bummed and i mean, dana you know this. it, when you live on the campaign trail with reporters and we see each other every day, after a while, we can read you when you don't want to be read. >> by communicate with our eyes.
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>> yes. so carl, what is up with kasich? >> his advisor said we go all the way. and it's a little curious to what outcome that brings unless he's going there because he wants to be available for vice president. and he does have a certain attraction. the only time that happened and so, he brings that and he is a guy that tried to be nice in a republican party that isxd accud of being inw3 its own internal fighting he was talking to people who weren't republicans saying we can bring you into this process as well.
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>> let me close the door here. so there is no way kasich blocked -- >> he was not going to be -- >> do you think it hurt cruz more? >> and what about this super pack? >> never trump as well. they had any money left? >> it's hard to imagine they're going to get more and what little money they've spent didn't help cruz that much. and results would be to support that. >> numbers show and tell the tale. nobody likes to be prayed. and going to vote for you?
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i don't think that helped cruz at all. there are 4 or 5 different things. and at least he tried.çó he ran a great campaign at the end of the day. >> does he say it's getting too close to home? >> maybe one day, maybe one hour story. >> i'm going to presume this into the end. >> we do have a question about rubio. >> where do you see this going? >> by the time the convention is over, it's all by if they're not entirely united privately, it will be so publicly. >> what about the rubio camp? >> the rubio camp?
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as in people in it? >> rubio could be back and run in time to be president in four years. >> what does he bring to the ticket? >> his command of foreign policy terrific. and there is a shortage of governor that's would be a good executive experience and a experienced outsider. >> i'm going to ask a question.
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i read a story this morning about the deficiencies in the current situation with the trump campaign about a national head to head race with hillary clinton and how they're going to try to fix that. but what happens tomorrow, are you, or not on the train? >> it's the situation. >> how much will he help them? >> where they are. there are places where trump can help republicans. >> how much of his own efforts will we extend to try to help them? >> more than barack obama which is almost none. and probably not as much as
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george w. trump has capacity to extend the party. they're both going to start whether it's hillary or bernie and trump they're both going to start at the popular vote. there is about 4 to 8 states. >> can i can you? this is going to cause trump for the republicans somewhere, i say a billion dollars. to a billion dollars. where is that going to come from? >> i got e-mail today. and someone thought i was suggesting there is a conflict in the primary process and there isn't. and this campaign, the republicans will be another million dollars or so it will be
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$9 billion spent over all. >> wow. >> the campaign has to kick in money. donald trump doesn't have that much cash lying around. >> he has to start raising money. they've talked about this probably. they haven't talked about how and when or how to keep that not bought and paid for image. >> not super pac money? >> just get rid of the balloons. they must spend $100 million on balloons. get rid of that. >> at the conventions you mean? >> everywhere. birds kill birds. >> you're an odd human. >> this is going to be the best television ever.
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and trump says he's going to take over. >> that means you're fired. >> trump news network. >> he said less balloons. >> fewer balloons. >> thank you. >> bernie sanders scores a major upset victory over hillary clinton. his message to her, after his big win, coming up, when our special late-night edition of "the five" returns. ♪ 3, 2, 1
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i think we should've taken a tarzan know where tarzan go! tarzan does not know where tarzan go. hey, excuse me, do you know where the waterfall is? waterfall? no, me tarzan, king of jungle. why don't you want to just ask somebody? if you're a couple, you fight over directions. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. oh ohhhhh it's what you do. ohhhhhh! do you have to do that right in my ear? secretary clinton thinks this campaign is over, i got bad news for her. tonight we won a great victory in indiana. there are more delegates and
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thook at the candidates that we need to ensure someone like donald trump does not become president. >> that was bernie sanders reacting in the democratic party tonight. will his victory impact the 2016 race is the dnc irritated? >> it's a new day and lots of democrats are worried about the fact that you can see republicans begin to unify. if he had the opportunity to catch up, then, he'll catch up. and so, what you see is right
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now, you know, a lot is bernie hurting hillary? 57% say yes. 70 plus percent said we expect hillary clinton to be the nominee. and so people were voicing their anger. >> so you know, i'm thinking about this and borny sanders shouldn't give up. i think it helps the republicans that bernie stays in the race. it makes it psychologically easier than to say okay. let me think about who i might
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choose. i don't think they're all going to obey the effect to get on board. >> but mathematically he can't win. >> unless super delegates jump and they're not going to jump. i love the fact -- i hope he stays in. >> stay in. bernie burn. >> they're inciting this big fight and knocking each other out. and the more there is an opportunity to take that. >> you like the bern. >> i do. and that went on forever. i don't think he's helping her. but -- for a different reason. he's not testing her. it should be like the gym. the gym for hillary. coming after with the kinds of
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ideas that trump would go after. i think he's going to be unprepared when she has to go up with a trump. >> it's priming supporters to go through hillary. >> yes. >> so it keeps knocking you out. >> you know, she has -- >> the gym she's got. >> in fact, she has a 300 delegate lead. >> not suggesting -- >> what she loses in indiana, it goes wow. is she everything she thought she's going to be? >> why is he getting so much
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money? >> it's money and he is more likable than her. >> it's not hard to do. he's in the that likable. >> yes, he is. >> i disagree with everything he says but find him likable. >> he wasn't crazy, he was nice. he took pictures. >> cranky old guy? >> yes. >> cranky. cranky old guy? >> yes. >> okay. >> that is terrible. >> ahead, who is going to be the tougher opponent for donald trump? hillary clinton or bernie sanders? that debate and more coming up on this special edition of "the five".
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hillary clinton hitting the trail in west virginia. and monday, clipt ontried to clarify her remarks slamming the coal industry. >> i don't know how to explain it what i said have been out of context from what i said. i did put out a plan last summer. and it was a misstatement because what i was saying is that the way things are going now, we'll continue to lose jobs. that is what i meant to say. >> what she? >> i'm the only candidate which has a polly about how to bring economic opportunity using clean, renewable energy into the country because we're going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.
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>> it's going to be hillary clinton and i watched her when she was talking about the miners as if they were just numbers and she'll never let them work again. the miners in west virginia and pennsylvania, ohio, and all over are going to start to work again. >> proud to be miners. >> that is a really important issue. i don't think, i watched and to me, it's not out of context. and it's backed up by policy that resonated coal country. and their goal is get coal and
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possible ways to be able to do that. i like what donald trump said today. and this is bigger than that and a national security issue for the country. if you look at some communities they're corrupt and her solution is not jobs but a hand out. she offered a $30 billion hand out. they'd prefer to have the jobs. >> people want to work. they're hard working and proud american that's want to earn the dollar to pay for groceries and put food on the table, gas in the car and lunch in a kid's lunch box. when she does it. it is so insulting. to crush your spirit and your life. that guy says i don't want a hand out. i want to work.
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i want my job back. >> hit said she has a plan in terms of clean energy. and reality is that those coal jobs are out of date. >> that is not true, juan. >> they are. >> president obama put in policies that killed the industry. >> on the economics of it, it's the cheapest source of fuel we have. tesla is a coal car. the coal industry is a $65 billion industry in america. now, it's under $5 billion. >> on the politics of it, ohio becomes likely g.o.p. and again, that is pennsylvania with
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tens of thousands of coal jobs. those people are not going to let her take over. >> i have to tell you, hillary clinton is pro fracking. this is a controversial stand. guess what? you can't go out of business if it's not economic. >> it's not, juan. >> that is a way to get jobs for you. here is my plan to help. >> they want to pay for it with american waffles. >> enough now, kimberly. >> stop. >> put miners back to work in america! >> yes. >> direct directly ahead, brand new fox news exit polls breaking down how donald trump won tonight. stay tuned. if a denture were to be
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and voters with no college degree, they were more likely to support trump over cruz by 25 points. what do you take away, eric? >> i want to go to the other side, what about women? what about voters with higher education? i'm curious. his weakness or achilles has been the female vote and hispanics. i'd like to see. >> clearly, his strengths continue to be men, people without a college degree. and people who want an outsider. it is consistent. >> encompassed within those numbers i'd like to see a breakdown of the people who say they want to see an outsider. where do they come from? it is just men? it has to be a mix of people.
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i'd like to see how that is. we have seen tightening in the national polls as of recent showing him ahead. like rasmussen. >> you mean with hillary, the general election. >> this is about republicans. >> it is also looking at a base of support, of people who are likely to support him and for what reason. the model, that paradigm can be seen as who he needs to target and be on message with to pull votes. >> we know a large number of republicans in en iindiana saidy would be concerned and scare and some said they wouldn't vote for him. that's part of the story. >> i think anytime you have a disruptive canada, this is completely different and new. those who voted for him are a lock for him. the midwest is probably fine. republicans can rest assured.
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>> looks like a will smith movie or something. >> pretty cool. >> that would have been loud. >> he's always in to saving the america, the alien robots are coming. for you, greg. >> fine. dana. >> you know how president obama has wanted to make america like europe? i'm going to agree on one thing. u.k. employer, this is not mandated by the government. this is their decision, are offering paw-ternity leave if they need to take the dog to the vet. i'm talking outloud and know everyone is going to make fun of me. >> personal day. >> that is jas er.
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never took a day off for him, by the way, but i would have. >> that is a personal day. >> now you can call it a paw-ternity day. i will eat a dog before i do that. >> greg's fashion news. >> not often in politics you can see someone truly fashionable. look at this fella. pretty impressive. there he is. yes. he is incredible. you know, it's important when you show up at a rally to dress the role. he certainly did. good for you, sir. you are my fashion news winner of the week. narrowly beating bill o'reilly. >> earlier, i had the privilege of getting a copy of the book n. the arena he brought it for us. congratulations on your launch. it is a fantastic book and i encourage you to buy it, download it. go to your local store. a great republican. how one speech can invigorate
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america. for anyone who wants to get involved and engaged in the country, read it. it is fantastic and he is a decorated war veteran and personal accounts in there, as well. well done, pete. congratulations. >> good job. >> so i went main stream and everything like that. a new one, the same people that do coachella it is for classic rock. it is in november. neil young, the who, rolling stone and affectionately nickname old "discoveroldchella. >> are you going to take peter? >> i'd definitely take him. >> they have ta path for your scooters. >> that's it for us. thank you for watching. >> stretch. too early. >> is there no end to this? okay. we'll talk about melania trump
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who looked fantastic tonight. that dress was killing. apparently matthews liked it, too. we will be back at 5:00 p.m. eastern. ted cruz suspended his presidential campaign. the texas senator saying he's calling it quits since there's no longer a path to victory.

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