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sglt b >> the win giving trump 1047 delegates. >> for the democrats, sanders is at 1400 delegates, clinton 1,2. we begin with kristin fisher and ted cruz calling it quits. >> even the chairman of the republican committee is calling trump the presumptive nominee. we need to unite and focus on beating hillary clinton. he thanked ted cruz for making such a brave decision to drop out. >> cruz, i don't know if he likes me or doesn't like me, but he is one hell of a competitor. he is a tough, smart guy.
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he has got an amazing future. >> ted cruz was left consolatory. cruz had called trump a pathology cal liar and a fill lan derrer. when he dropped out he never mentioned trump's name. >> from the beginning i said i would continue on as long as there was a viable path to victory. tonight i am sorry to say, it appears that path has been foreclosed. >> cruz is already heading home to houston but kasich is refusing to drop out. his campaign strategist said tonight is not going to alter governor kasich's campaign. we want to win at an open convention. kasich in third cruz second,
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trump first. trump owon with 16 percent. it is hearted to believe that kasich has much of a chance especially there are now two candidates that dropped out that have more delegates than john kasich. hard to believe trump will likely secure the republican nomination before clinton. remarkable for someone who has been a politician for less than 10 months. dern knee sanders up setting hillary clinton in indiana vow to go fight in the finish to take on donald trump in the general election. will this win even put a dent in the delegate deficit? ryan is live with the latest on the democratic rice for the white house. >> bernie sanders claims an upset victory in indiana as he declares the race for the democratic nomination is not over, saying he believes last night's win will be one of many
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more over the next six weeks before the democratic convention. sanders won indiana's open primary by five points fueled by independents, whites and young schroedervoed -- voters. 83 delegates were up for grabs. sanders will get at least 43 clinton 37. while sanders won last night, he picks up very little ground. clinton holds a big mathematical edge. she has a lead and if you include the super delegates the party officials who can choose who they support the lead is more than double that. sanders beliefs he can convince super delegates to support him at the convention because he not hillary has a better shot of defeating trump. >> i think that as more and more delegates to the democratic convention take a hard look at what candidate is generating the
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kind of enthusiasm, excitement and voter turnout, that we need to make sure somebody like a donald trump does not become president. i think you will see more and more delegates concluding the candidate is bernie sanders. >> despite the laws clinton continues to act like the presumptive nominee continuing a fundraising pitch last night. donald trump is the gop nominee. chip in now if you agree we can't let him become president. a prolonged primary will laweak clinton while facing attacks from trump. >> brian, thank you. donald trump pretty much stealing the deal with ted cruz bowing out and suspending his presidential campaign. is there any scenario where trump is not the republican nominee? welcome kathy lynn taylor and former communications aid to the mccain, palin presidential campaign.
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good morning to both of you. it was a big night. talking about trump being the nominee is it officially over last night? >> it would the won't be officially over until the convention. we can draw up fantastic scenarios where trump is not will not nehm, b -- the nominee but he is. it is a quick march because there's a lot of states left. new jersey is winner take all. california, nevada, new mexico. >> california, new mexico, nebraska. important states that have a lot of delegates that get trump to the 1237. >> is there any real scenario where we will see a contested convention. >> i don't think anybody believes that. if you take all of the delegates from the other candidates ted
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cruz, marco rubio who has more delegates than john kasich, carly fiorina, jeb bush and remaining delegates and put them all together you barely get over the 1237. someone like john kasich would need more than 50 percent of those and get every single delegate out there. it can't happen. voters have made it pretty clear in a pretty decided way, that donald trump is their nominee. >> the convention is about bringing the repaub can party together. it was said last night we need to come together. the never trump movement is saying they are not going anywhere. there has been quite a devise. am can you see the party coming together? >> 2000 there was a huge divide. what happened as the general election went on closer to
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november the republican party coalesced around bush. the same thing will happen in this election. maybe some stay loud and oppose trump but most will become never hillary or never bernie. >> ted cruz dropped out last night but there's still someone else in the race. john kasich. why in the world is he still running? i want to pull up the polls. when you look at voters in ohio, 38 percent say he should stay. 49 percent say drop out. in march you had 49 who said drop out and 62 said stay in.
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o >> he is trying to be the cinderella team. he lasted a long time at a crowded race. at this point he has to make a tradeoff between the one percent off that something would happen to keep trump from securing that -- not even 1 percent quarter of a percent and the 99.75 percent he will be the nomination. he has an obligation and a reputation to uphold as being a sound good governor and politician. he needs to make that tradeoff now. >> couldn't every candidate make that argument? >> you have to have the decision to go back and govern. he has to look at the investment of tax payer dollars, investments in the campaign. that's the tradeoff that is starting to distort the wrong way for him. >> a lot of people are wondering why he hasn't dropped out.
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>> it is getting embarrassing for him. >> there is a reason they don't look at the campaign .001 percent go back to ohio which is an important state which has a lot of problems and come home as the polls show. >> people are going back to trump and coalescing around. >> kristin made a point, it is unprecedented and very impressive that donald trump that has gone to the point and the democratic ka candidates haven't gotten there yet. let's use that momentum and be part about the messaging and cease the day.
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>> he is going after hillary now. >> i think we will see like last night unpredictable but presidential trump. >> we have to leaf it there. thank you for being with us. >> it is 10 after the hour. ted cruz crushed in indiana. what was it about the texas senator that touched indiana state voters off. we have brand new exit polls overnight. next on "fox and friend first. what super poligrip does for me is it keeps the food out. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. just a few dabs is clinically proven to seal out more food particles.
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>> good morning. this is a live look at time's square in new york. this is the day for donald trump. a big win. en i invicto -- indiana victory makes donald trump the presumptive nominee as bernie sanders pulls off an upset beating hillary clinton. what led to the results. here again to break down the exit polls pollster and partner nick olanski. what was the most important thing to voters. >> 40 percent sadie con me and jobs were the important issue. 18 percent said terrorism. 11 percent said immigration. economy and jobs and government spending really important issues to them which usually have been playing to trump. this explains trump's big win last night. >> how worried are voters about
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the economy? >> 67 percent they were very worried 25 percent some what worried or 1 percent said they are not worried at all. i think the most important take away only 7 percent said they are not concerned about the economy. with this a very, very small number suggesting that all of the messaging on obama's administration saying hey guys the numbers are good the numbers are strong. it is not resinating with people. donald trump's message of making america great again is the priority. >> someone who isn't a politician that's what they loved about donald trump. >> tell us about the religious vote. >> donald trump got 50 percent of evangelical 43 percent for
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cruz and 5 percent for kasich. the number is growing and growing. a lot of people are saying how could this happen. early on we saw he have gel cal vote was going for cruz and people said it is most important someone shares my values but there was a shift somewhere along the way. that happened recently and it has been breaking for trump. >> what about the republican party, the campaign. do voters feel like that has divided them or united them? it has been pretty toxic. >> it has been a really toxic time. 40 percent say it energized the party. this is really important to understand. i think that, yes, it has been a divided party. 50 percent are saying they want an outsider. they want a new day they are expecting some division and that is important to understand.
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now cruz has dropped out. there is opportunity to come together on the republican side. there's a runway between now and the general election where there can be unity. if we can get the never trump movement to start rallying together saying we understand what the people are saying, there could be some energy. the division you can even see the tone in donald trump's speech last night saying he was a great spet tore. >> he cleaned it up didn't he? >> it was a complete pivot. donald trump now his job is to start uniting the party. we will see what will happen. certainly you saw the rnc came out last night with his statement saying he's the presumptive nominee and it is time to step in line. >> what about the democrats, how do they feel about their campaign? >> this -- 73 percent say the party has energized. 23 percent say it is a divided party. this is a fascinating number.
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this number is actually growing on the democratic side not drinking. i think the upset is indicative of saying this isn't over. obviously on the left they are more together than we have been on the republican side. but certainly they are not all together yet. they don't have a clear answer yet outside of the super delegates and bernie has no sign of going anywhere. it will be interesting to watch how things keep going on that side. i think they have to come together as well. >> over the entire campaign process it has been just something else. >> this year i think what has been so fascinating is because there has been so much attention on each primary, each primary mattered so much it really illuminated the process. people are paying so much attention and saying there has to be a better way. some of the exit polls you have seen there is such dissatisfaction with federal government with how things are done now. so i think we really are calling for change. >> thank you so much lee carter.
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>> from the beginning i said that i would turn on as long as there was a viable path to vic ti victory. tonight i am sorry to say that path has been foreclosed. we are suspending our campaign. >> ted cruz. i don't know if he likes me or doesn't like me, but he is one hell of a competitor. we will make america great again. we will start winning again p. you will be so proud of this country very, very soon. >> we need to make sure someone like donald trump does not become president. >> just 190 shy of the nomination. >> sanders is 1,400 delegates and clinton 2,202. we have tocfox team coverage wi what is trending for the indiana primary. bring in kristin fisher with the
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latest on cruz winning the race. good morning. >> good morning, ladies. hard to believe donald trump has practically clinched the republican nomination before clinton secured the democratic one. he won indiana by 16 p points. cruz 37, kasich 8. trump needs less than 200 delegates in order to reach what is needed to clin the nomination for the convention. >> together we left it all on the field in indiana. we gave it everything we got. but the voters choose another path. >> cruz dropped out after one of the ugliest days of the campaign. he tried to link his father to the assassination of jfk. he responded by calling trump a pathological liar or serial philanderer. he never mentioned trump's name.
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trump congratulated cruz for being quote one hill elf a competit -- hell of a competitor. >> this has been an amazing night. what ted did is a very grave thing to do and a great thing to do because we want to bring unity to the republican party. we have to bring unit. >> he made the remarks -- now the chairman of the republican national committee is calling him the party's presumptive nominee. others still one man is kind of in his kway that is john kasich. he is refusing to drop out. for trump the primaries are over. it is general election season. hillary clinton will be his primary target for the next seven months. seven months, abby. >> it is just getting
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interesting. >> a victory is coming and i think while the path is now and i do not deny that for a moment. i think we can pull off one of the greatest victories in the united states. i have confidence we are going to defeat donald trump in the general election. >> that is bernie sanders about trump. he still faces an uphill battle for delegates. what would a contested convention look like for the democrats? let's ask democratic strategists. thank you for being with us. >> we have spent so much time talking about a gop contested convention. yet here we are with bernie sanders still fighting. what would a contested convention for democrats look like? is it a possibility? >> it is becoming less and less of a possibility. i think bernie sanders will stick it out until the end.
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that's what supporters expect from him. hillary clinton is only about 200 votes shy of securing the democratic party nomination. i think it is going to be a delicate dance for the democrats. she needs to engage the bernie sanders voters. interesting statistics. 7 out of 10 voters in indiana were white and they voted for bernie sanders. 56 percent of white women voted for bernie sanders as well. these are obviously voters hillary is going to need. she has to find a way to engage them. >> that is what hillary clinton is trying to do to unite the democratic party. sanders is making that more difficult how is she going to do? >> exit poll after exit poll has
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shown they are engaged in the party. historically a contested convention made the nominee much better, much stronger on both sides of the party. bernie sanders has an opportunity here. he should fight for the progressive platform and the heart of the kem kratic party which is what he is doing. hillary clinton will have to ma take that on. >> hillary clinton is moving on to the next contest in west virginia where she was confronted by an out of work coal miner recently when she sad she will put people like him out of business. >> i don't know how to explain it other than what i said was totally out of context than what i meant. i have been talking about
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helping coal country for a long time. >> here's what she said back in march. listen. >> i am the only candidate which has a policy about how to brein economic opportunities renewable energy is the key into coal country. we are going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business. >> west virginia is coal country. th that>> how will this impact west virginia? >> i think voters have a long memory. they saw that comment occur back in march in ohio. we are coal company in ap plasia ohio. this is how people make their living. again this hose gabbing to how does she engage in the bernie sande sanders? his message about the economy in
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particular the fact that she hillary clinton has created this ak cripple moan knee with the folks in coal country is going to weigh heavily on her and potentially cost her west virginia. >> it was a real moment we don't often see wifrom hillary clinto to say it was taken out of context. i didn't mean to say that. she was responding to a personal emotional comment from someone who lost his job in coal. >> i agree with you. you don't see that much from elected candidates at all. i commend her for bringing that emotion to the table. she said it herself. these are the voters she will have to work very hard to bring over to her side. it is going to be an uphill battle. i agree with capri. west virginia is going to be in the clinton -- i am sorry in the sander's camp. she is not running -- if she isn't the nominee she is not
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running against herself. we have donald trump who looks to be the presumptive nominee. that is going to be an interesting battle, because donald trump has fielded his campaign with xenophobic racist and violent rhetoric that has divide the country and made it less secure. you want to remember that as well. >> hillary is running against hillary and trump is running against trump. hillary has a long way to go. >> thanks, abby. jackie, what's coming up? >> it is 38 after the hour. ever wonder what ted cruz looks like shirtless? how about bernie sanders. i don't know about this. maybe not. when we come back clayton morris is back with what is trending from the indiana primaries. shirtless or not, you are not going to want to miss it.
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>> new york city mite be another crummy rainy day today. welcome back to "fox & friends first". it is a big night for republicans and democrats. busy night on social media with the hashtag indiana primary trending on facebook and twitter. co host of fox and friends clayton morris with our social media break down. clinton you have been up all night trolling through the internet. right? >> that's right. good stuff. the new york post is smart. they are famous for their covers and headlines. i am sure they have a whole division devoted to coming up with headlines.
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they were smart. usually we don't see their covers the night before. this was being shared all over twitter and facebook last night. hoosier daddy. the cover of the new york post. call it a knockout hoosier daddy trump 2016 from jeff. v smack 44 had this to say. indiana had something to say to ted cruz, hoosier daddy. donald trump is your republican nominee. it was making their rounds on facebook and twitter about the indiana primary. free lunch kasich. why is governor kasich still in the race? people putting out different ideas and means to figure it out. this one from florida with trump thinking he wants to go to california for california's great sushi out there.
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indiana was feeling the burn because hillary clinton lost of course. she tried in an attempt to get the celebrity buzz in her move to indiana. she tried this in indiana on parks and wreck. i don't know that it helped. watch this. >> what kind of president would leslie nelson be? >> she would run out of gas really fast. i think they woushe would go fu ahead lot of changes and she would have to take a month nap. >> bernie sanders campaign rubbing it in a little bit. thanks pawn knee she is not a hillary supporter after all i guess. she is making it on the buzz right now. now that she is out of the race this is what she could be doing instead of harrison jones. ted cruz is indiana jones but it
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didn't pan out too well for him. then also bernie sanders. indiana burns. >> the sky is the limit really for them. >> he's looking good clayton. >> sushi is good in california. i don't blame him. >> california beats the kitchen p. >> thanks as always. 50 minutes to the top of the hour. your child is swimming in a pool with friends and is suddenly drowning. what do you do? the life or death decisions that could save their life. >> first let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on "fox & friends." >> you two ladies have done a great job. let me tell you what's coming up for the next three hours. the person has been nominated in the republican party since wilkie. donald trump made history he
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will join us live after becoming the presumptive nominee. to analyze her monday king will join us to take his case in the race and other gop standouts will be weighing in on what this all means. also we will end with country music star american idol winner scott mccreary will be here. for fun we have the best cars of the summer on our plaza. it will be all about politics and impact of the trump victory and sanders in indiana. don't miss a minute. ♪ (music plays throughout) ♪ uh oh. what's up? ♪ ♪ ♪ does nobody use a turn signal anymore?
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>> five minutes to live. this summer someone will die every minute from drowning.
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this woman became submerged under water her 5-year-old pulled her from the pool and saved her life. if it happened to someone you know would you know what to do? we are live from nassau community hospital with the life or death decisions that could make all of the difference. good morning, that could make all of the difference. good morning, doctor. >> it's actually the number one cause of unintentional death in children 1 to 4. everyone pay attention to this. right outside this wall is baywater. we're right on long island's beaches. this is where drowning is occurring and today we're honored to be joined by dr. joshua kooger who is the chairman of emergency services here. he's also former physician for military special ops and he sees a lot of drowning and drowning victims. >> good morning. it's good to be here. >> what do you do first when you
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come on the scene if you are not a physician? what did you do if you see somebody that's submerged? >> that's a wonderful question. summer months, we'll see drowning victims both at the poolside and beachside. most importantly we stay calm and make sure the scene is safe. the most important thing to do is to make sure they are safe so they don't become another victim. >> how do you make sure they are breathing properly? >> the first thing you want to do is set the vic and you want to open their airway. you want to look at the patient if their chest wall is breathing or air is moving out. we want to put them on their side. the most important thing is airway. what we do is we simply thrust the jaw open and that in and of itself will relieve the tongue off the back of the throw -- throat and allow the person to
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breathe. >> in the hospital or ambulance, what did you do? >> they are trained at different levels. at the very basic level, they will support the breathing of the patient to continue to help them bring them to the hospital. at the advanced life support level, we have very sophisticated machinery now in nassau county one of which is a bipap machine or c-pap machine. it stands for continued positive air pressure. this machine can actually push the fluid away and allow the air sacs to exchange that oxygen. >> now you are in the hospital, that's where i understand more than half the time serious complications ensue, brain damage, even death. what can you do in the hospital to stabilize the patient and get a better outcome? >> certainly, as we get into the hospital in the continuum of air continues, the patient is
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obviously changing. their respiratory status may be getting more compromised. time is not on our side. we have more sophisticated tools. we may use the bipap machine and bridge them in fact they are breect -- breathing. if they are becoming more labored, we may do intubation. it's very neat. we're going to have them open their mouth and we can see right down into their airway and pass the tube and breathe for them as we put them at ease. >> a lot of time with heart problems as well, rhythm problems? >> absolutely. we see a lot of these same modalities, these same tools being used for people with heart failure which is a similar phenomenon with fluid on their lungs. in addition to people with arrhythmias. >> brain damage? >> certainly, ventilation or proper oxygenation to the brain
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is very important. >> if there's one thing you want to tell parents out there to keep their children safe, what would that be? >> the most important thing and i believe this personally is prevention, make sure your children are safe around the pool area, pool areas are safe. swimming lessons and comfort around the water. >> life jackets. >> life jackets are important but they are not a substitute. and they are not always available and a child may be curious. waterproof your child by putting them in the water and not be afraid of the water. >> this is very important. be very careful for your kids. doctor siegel i have a 7-year-old and 4-month-old at home. at what age should i be putting my child in swimming lessons? i started at 1 1/2.
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>> they want to know when you just start emersing your children in water or getting them trained. how can you start this idea? >> right after birth, literally right after birth, you can get your kids water trained. we're all born in water, so we're natural swimmers and we know how to breath hold. there's a reflex to hold your breath. kids can do that at a very early age. >> my father dove into the pool and saved my life at the age of nine months. he was trained in the navy. i'll never forget that. >> thank you. >> such important stuff. >> especially for the summer. >> send your questions about do you think and secondary drowning on our fox and friends facebook page. they will be there to help with all your concerns. dr. siegle's five minutes to live series. he will be back with life-safing advice on what to do during a
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>> sanders continues to push toward a contested convention. >> now that cruz is out, who do you want to see in the general election? log on to "fox & friends" facebook page now. >> what a night it was. >> "fox & friends" on right now. have a good day. ♪ ♪ i think that while the path is narrow and i do not deny that for a moment, i think we can pull off one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> we gave it everything we've got, but the voters chose another path, and so we are suspending our campaign. >> what ted is a great thing to do because we want to bring unity to the republican party. we will make america great again. we will start winningroud of th country very, very soon. thank you all.


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