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just hearing that south carolina governor nikki haley said she will support donald trump, but she doesn't want to run with him. she's taking himself out. what will john kasich do? we'll know in seconds. hello, i'm eric bolling and this is a fox news alert. we're waiting a major announcement from john case nick his home state of ohio. the gop candidate sb to suspend his campaign for the presidency after declaring for months he would stay in the race through the convention. kasich's departure comes less than 24 hours after ted cruz dropped out. giving donald trump a clear path to the nomination. trump is now the uncontested and is presumably the gop nominee. let's butt it that way. hey, kg, donald trump today was talking about taking the next step. starting to vet some vp, potential vp candidates. >> and that's the way someone talks, they're saying look i'm going to be the nominee of the
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party. i want to build bridges, bring us all together. i want to get the best and brightest that the republican party and the conservative movement have to offer. i like that, it's what business people do, it's called best practices, right? you're going to go and look and who knows how to handle the economy? he says he's great with jobs, he actually has some polling to show he does quite well against hillary clinton in that regard. who else can you bring on that's helpful and top-notch with foreign policy, national security? he also acknowledged that he needs to bring someone on that's excellent with governance, someone who has tremendous experience in the government sector to be able to help to run the country. that knows the ins and outs of how it actually works. because that's not something he's familiar with because he doesn't have a political background other than being a donor to campaigns. so then you look at somebody like a john kasich, or you look at somebody like a marco rubio and you have to be strategic as well in terms of you know who you pick. >> what about that? so mitt romney. 2012. he lost fairly resoundingly.
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but if you take back ohio and florida, and then add one more state in say michigan or pennsylvania, guess what, trump wins. >> yup. tall orders, however, because, it's not easy to flip those, especially with the registration, don't forget because of hispanic registration being up and the way the polling is, the democrats say that arizona and north carolina are both in play. so there's a lot to defend, republicans are going to have to defend a lot of states. hillary clinton will end up spending money in arizona when they didn't, they never thought they would actually be competitive in arizona, now they think they will be. all of those things kimberly said are true in the type of people you need and looking at the map, i think it's going to be quite jumbled. it's not going to look like the maps of the last four elections, it will be different. i think trump could actually pick up one of those states, i hope that he can. especially because i think that policiwise, those states deserve
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better. i also want him to say it's a really high bar. >> i'm worried about what you're saying and what you've pointed out on the show about hispanic registration. think it's a huge issue. which is why i think he's got to consider someone like susanna martinez or marco rubio. >> there's never been a republican president without winning ohio. does he go with the john kasich or worry about the hispanic vote and maybe a marco rubio. >> we're sitting here, waiting for kasich to come out and we know that kasich is going to suspend his campaign. the question on the table is why, as you point out, eric, this is a man, governor of ohio, he could offer something big in terms of helping to flip ohio for donald trump. but he's a man who said that donald trump plays to people's fears. he said he ran a toxic campaign. we know trump belittled him recently about his eating habits, while he was doing an
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interview. the question is why is he getting out? you said he was never going to get out before the convention. now we've had cruz get out and now kasich get out and we now the rnc head, reince priebus has said, we've got to come together. >> cruz, and rubio got out early because they may want to run some time, maybe 20, 2024. john kasich probably wouldn't run in 2020, or 2024. do you think he got out because he's looking at the vp spot? >> i don't know. it's possible, i can't figure it out. i would say that if i were donald trump, i would seriously consider somebody with a military background. somebody who has strong, you know, expertise in foreign policy. i would look at a john mccain. because that would, that would solve some interesting issues. as somebody who has, he's the only republican i know that's denigrated -- >> it might help you to win
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arizona. >> the other person, too, a wild card, allen west. allen west is a really interesting guy. military, black, kind of a, kind of a tough guy. that would be an interesting curve ball. and he's, an ideological conservative, which is what trump really needs. >> his qualifications are he's a black military guy? we've got a lot of -- >> but he's a war hero as well. >> okay. >> he's very bright and intelligent. i love jim webb. >> that was chris stierwalt's idea, not mine. >> you need to get the boat back on your side. >> i don't think a vp candidate, i don't think finding a vp candidate that has hispanic connections is going to erase the -- >> george lopez -- >> maybe. he's funny. >> you guys are making a joke out of this.
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>> can't get anything past you, juan. >> he has trouble with women. he has trouble with hispanics. >> susanna martinez. >> how about a muslim? >> we said that yesterday. the problem is we can't name one. >> ben carson. >> you know, you've been way ahead on this trump thing. you know, you get a lot of flack, i'm going to say you saw this coming way before anybody. >> i think that's true. but the second thing now is -- it's incumbent on people like you who saw it before and trump to bring the rest of the republican party along. you can talk about vps, but there's got to be a way you do outreach to people who have been alienated from trump. the pressure is on trump, not the rest of the party. >> if you listen to donald trump today, he did several interviews. hold on, john kasich is now
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approaching, the governor of ohio will suspend his bid to become gop nominee for the president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you all for coming. the first thing i have to do is to thank my great wife, karen. the fact that she has, she has endured my political career. and also of course, accentuated it. there's nobody like karen. she's charismatic, she walks into a room and people fall in
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love with her. you know, when she appeared on "anderson cooper" john weaver commented and beth hansen commented, if we had only run karen, we would have been a lot more successful. i happen to agree with that. you know, emmet reece showed up. they're unbelievable, they're just so beautiful and they've been so supportive. and they've traveled with me around the country as well. and it was always such a delight to have the family on the road. and as their principal had said, don't let education get in the way of learning. and i think that they learned a great deal. and of course i want to thank the worthington christian staff and buzz boden for their
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willingness and patience to kind of look after our family. it was terrific. our staff, nobody has ever done more with less in the history of politics than what the staff has done. i mean, it's kind of always been this way. it's been a mystery to me. other than to say that i like to think that they think that they've been part of something bigger than themselves. and we all want to be part of something bigger than ourselves. and i think we do it with, with honesty and integrity. and as a result, i, i think i know and i sure hope and pray that they, that i, that they feel that this experience, that they have had, in this, in this campaign has improved and in some way changed their lives for the better. and so i'm looking forward to being able to spend more time with them.
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the volunteers, just amazing. i don't know how many, 800 people we had, is it 800 people that went to new hampshire? people who went to michigan. people who were in south carolina. i mean i would show up places and there were like people i knew. and i'm like why are you here? and but they were, they were believers. and i could never thank them enough for the long car rides and in the snows of new hampshire. they knocked on doors and in the rain of south carolina, they knocked on doors. really gave of themselves. my mother used to always say -- never forget the volunteers, johnny. and they were always the ones that have given me the octane, the fuel to be able to carry out my purpose. and i want to thank the people who gave the money, the financial resources.
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we never had all the money we wanted, we were probably outspent by 50-1. but we were never, ever daunted in that. and we just got up every day and did the best we can and of course a big thaw goes to beth hansen. the campaign manager and did everything that she could possibly do. and my dear, dear friend, doug price, who -- [ cheers and applause ] >> we start getting into these names, as i mentioned, i think emma said -- well mr. doug, didn't you travel with my daddy for like a year and a half? and reece looked at him and said, how did you ever do that? but we had a great time and we're going to have a lot more fun in the future. and of course, the kitchen cabin
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cabinet, i look at joanne davidson and bob klafke and tim trapeppe, the only guy i know who carried more luggage than an entire circus crew, just unbelievable. i know i'm leaving some people out. but i want to thank every one of you. i visited these beautiful, beautiful towns in new hampshire. and people really counted me out in new hampshire. but when we hit our 100th town hall, it was, it was remarkable. those beautiful towns. i will never forget the people of new hampshire, we moved from new hampshire, you know the far east, all the way. to the excitement of california. even being able to sit in traffic in los angeles. it was a big part of, and i just love california and what it means to our country and the excitement that it breeds.
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i remember we were in the upper peninsula of michigan, never knew where it was, heard about it all my lifetime. i never knew it was actually located above wisconsin. and we landed and i remember everybody was looking at their phones and i said, would you all please put down your phone, because this is a winter wonderland. this is magical what we're seeing here. what the good lord has given us. to the energy of miami beach, florida. for one of the last debates. and you know it was interesting. they didn't think i could make any debate and i made all 13 of them. in fact won a couple of them. as for my beloved ohio, the people here i cannot tell you i appreciate the opportunity that you've given me to be a lead anywhere this state. the people of ohio have given me
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the greatest professional experience of my lifetime. i've tried to pay them back and last night in cleveland a woman, african-american woman said -- you made promises, and you kept them. and that's why i'm here tonight. because i believe new. that you brought our people together. it only happened because the people gave me a chance. and everywhere i went in america, everywhere i went in america, i told the people about our beautiful beloved state and held ohio high. i think gave people an impression from one end of america to the other, that ohio is a special place. and i expect we're going to have more visits as a result. i marvelled at my colleagues who held public office. they knocked on doors, they made phone calls. these were people who came from
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the legislature. when you're an executive and you have to deal with the legislature, it's not always peaches and cream. but yet, these legislators, the leaders, the speecher of the house, the president of the senate. some of my statewide colleagues like the attorney general, just incredible that they would have come out and honored me. frankly i was so humbled by the fact that, that they came. and they loved me. they encouraged me. the people of our country changed me. they changed me with the stories of their lives. we all remember that hug, in south carolina from that young man who had found despair and
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then found hope somehow and he just wanted to give me a hug. and the country marvelled. but you know, that was one of a series of these things that had happened. a gentleman showed up in new hampshire. he said, i don't think i warned my son enough about the dangers of a certain type of cancer and now he has it. and i'm blaming myself. and he put his arm around me and cried. and i said, sir, it's not your fault. you didn't do anything wrong, you're a great father. you come here all the way from new york to tell me about this. take the load off of your shoulders. he wrote us a letter saying that that little conversation made a difference and when we went to new york months later, standing at the
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rope line, was that man. he said i want you to know my son is doing much better. and i wanted to be here to thank you for taking the time with me. we were in a hall in michigan, and a woman stood up and showed a picture of her son who had taken his life. we talked about faith, talked about her son and where he was. and everybody in that hall embraced that woman and made her feel that she was not alone. stories like this occurred all across our country. and i think it's frankly because for whatever reason, god gave me
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the grace to make people feel safe and comfortable. came to these town halls, which were, they were absolutely magic. i've learned something, folks. everyone here, that we all need to slow down our lives. slow down our lives. and listen to those who are around us. let me be clear. we all know that economic growth is imperative to the success of our country. economic growth, gives people an opportunity to realize many of their hopes and dreams if life and without a job, the family is weaker, the community is weaker. the neighborhood is weaker, the state suffers and our country struggles. i can tell you that economic growth can be achieved by our public officials, if they just do their job. they have to ignore polls. they can't focus on focus
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groups. they have to overcome the fear of re-election or criticism. see the formula is simple and it works. it is common sense regulations that don't crush our small businesses, because that's where our kids get their work now increasingly, that's the fastest area of job growth. we know we need to lower our tax rates for individuals. and for businesses so they start investing in america, not some country located in europe and we need a realistic path to balance the budget. and nothing more imperative than a balanced budget amendment to the constitution to force congress to do their job. and we have to keep in mind that we have to shift power and influence from government back to the people wherever we live. and we have to begin to run america again from the bottom up.
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however the spirit, the essence of america. lice in the hearts and souls of us. you see, some missed this message. it wasn't sexy. it wasn't a great sound byte. but i saw a young lady. i saw a young lady in philadelphia, who came to me and said i'm a producer on a major cable show. and i watch your town halls and talk about the spirit of our country and my role. and she said, you've affected my life. you see, i believe we all need to live life bigger than ourselves. yes, we need to live life a little bit bigger than ourselves, we need to reach out to help lift someone else. because you know what? it comes to us naturally if we let it.
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you see, we are as human beings, kind of hard-wired to want to give someone else a lift, give someone else an opportunity, and when we reach out it's so interesting, and when we reach out and help someone else, you see what it does, is it opens us, ourselves to recognizing and receiving the help that we need in our lives. it's a virtuous circle. when we help someone else to rise, it opens us up to receive the things that we need in our lives, regardless of who we are. to paraphrase an old adage, i sought the greatness of america in her harbors, and in her rivers, and i did not find it. i sought it in her fertile fields and boundless forests, and did not find it.
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i sought her greatness, in her halls of congress. and i did not find it. you see, after this campaign, i see it in us. when we come together, when we lift one another, with our eyes on the horizon. throughout my campaign i have said the lord may have another purpose for me. and it said all the pundits atwitter. does that mean he's not committed? or he's not focused? or he's not energetic? it showed to some degree how little they understand about life. you see, i have always said that the lord has a purpose for me, as he has for everyone. and as i suspend my campaign today, i have renewed faith,
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deeper faith, that the lord will show me the way forward, and fulfill the purpose of my life. thank you and god bless. [ applause ] >> well that was john kasich, the 16. and final candidate to suspend his campaign against donald trump for the republican nomination. juan, your thoughts on this? you were listening to that, it was a fairly long speech, right? >> well you know, let's be nice to john kasich. he's a great guy, we had a great time with him here on "the five." he was supposed to have a news conference in virginia at dulles airport. he canceled that and switched to columbus for the 5:00 announcement. something happened, i'm not sure what it was. i think it's the pressure coming from on high among republican leadership. the so-called republican establishment i think has signed
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off and john kasich got the signal. >> i think what you saw, what a great guy. what a nice guy. >> i've always admired him. i remember on capitol hill my first day in, august of 1995, i had an opportunity to go to a meeting where he was there. and i was a pipsqueak, 23 years old and he was so nice to me and always remembered my name. i know people hear at fox knew him from your work here, but i knew him there and watched him on the balanced budget amendment and followed his lead and i've been a big admirer of his and his family and staff, they worked very hard with very little. didn't have a lot of resources, he was the last candidate to get in. and did fairly well. i mean he was the last candidate to get in and a lot of people never thought he would end up in the final three. >> greg, your thoughts? >> it really is like it's the year of the cat in which every establishment candidate has been spit out like a furball. he was, he was an excellent candidate, i didn't understand his campaign. i didn't understand why he, he held back for so long.
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and i think that that hurt him among the 17 candidates, never really got a firm footing. >> nevertheless he's the last one standing. he's a class act. he's super talented, he's an example of everything that's right and working well in politics in terms of his tremendous list of accomplishments. and his years of public service. and i think we're going to be seeing a lot more of john kasich and i certainly hope so. he's such a great representative of the republican party and the conservatives. >> let's not forget. he's still governor and the people of ohio want him back. >> they love him. >> they do love him. i think the last exit polls were saying that. >> did you come away from that, anybody, thinking oh, he's now vice presidential material? >> i think he is vpial material for anyone who would seek the nomination. >> we are ready to bring in fox news anchor chris wallace. an election cycle as unpredictable as there ever was. now the republicans have their nominee before the democrats. >> that's astonishing.
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i guess it was a month ago when ted cruz won wisconsin. and there was a lot of commentary about the, this could be the turning point. this could be the moment when cruz soars and trump begins to falter and a month later trump is the nominee and hillary clinton on the democratic side is still fighting bernie sanders. go figure. >> go figure. kg's got a question. >> hi chris, great to see you, thanks for being on the show. i want to talk about the party and what do you think is going to happen now going forward in terms of unity. do you expect and anticipate that we'll have some other big party leaders, important senators, coming forward to get behind donald trump eventual nomination? >> yeah, i kind of do. the worst mistake you can make in politics, is to make a straight-line projection and say because things are this way now, this is the way they're going to be two months from now or four months from now. you can see how dramatically in his victory speech last night donald trump was pivoting. it was lyin' ted any more.
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he was talking about senator cruz and what a strong, tough competitor he was. he talked a lot about the republican party and helping to elect republican candidates up and down the ballot. i expect we've been talking about the trump pivot and it hasn't happened. i think it's going to happen big-time now. it isn't like people are slid in the republican party going to love donald trump. but he is going to be the nominee. i think a lot of people are going to think it's better to stand with him than to tear the party apart. i do expect they'll certainly be some people keeping their distance. but i think we're going to see a lot of republicans getting on board what's called the trump train. >> juan? >> let's talk about the prospects of victory for donald trump, even today, you see people talking about the electoral map. is it possible for donald trump to flip enough states to win? the polls right now, latest cnn poll has hillary clinton up by about 10, i think, so beyond the margin of error, people have
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some questions has donald trump slightly ahead of her. what do you see looking at the polls and electoral map? >> i think right now, you have to say that hillary clinton is a solid favorite to be elect. forget the polls, it's really you look at mitt romney, who lost fairly decisively to barack obama. and you say, how many states could donald trump, first of all, can he hold onto the states that romney won and then what states could he flip? so in that sense, i think you have to be somewhat pessimistic starting out about trump. on the other hand, as i heard his message yesterday, which is basically, that america is tired of losing, we lose at immigration, we lose at trade, we lose in terms of how our allies and our enemies treat us, we need to stop spending billions or trillions of dollars overseas and start building it, start spending it building up america and the infrastructure. it's a very interesting unconventional message. not at all a typical
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conservative republican message, i could see it conceivably catching on and in places like the industrial north, the industrial midwest, pennsylvania, michigan, ohio. wisconsin. a lot of those states have not gone for a republican since 1988 and george h.w. bush, six presidential elections, do i think it's conceivable it could flip? yeah, i do. >> dana? >> i'm going to agree with you on that. i want to ask you, chris, about the democrats, i'm curious what you're hearing about how much heartburn bernie sanders is giving to the democrats and they have some priors coming up that he's likely to win. so this narrative is not going to be put to bed for them for maybe a few weeks. >> i think the key is how bernie sanders runs against hillary clinton. if he just stays in the race, and yes, it will be embarrassing, it's embarrassing, that she lost indiana. you could conceive of her losing california to bernie sanders. that wouldn't be good.
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on the other hand just like she won some states late against barack obama in 2008 and he still won the nomination and went on to win the presidency, i think she could. the key is, does he campaign against her? does he continue to talk about her untrust worthiness and goldman sachs and all of that stuff? if he does, that's going to hurt her. if he doesn't, if he just makes the affirmative case for himself, but doesn't take shots at her. she isn't going to like it, but i think she survives it and goes on with the nomination. >> greg? >> a broader question about the campaign itself. the chicken or the egg question. did the trump support drive the media, or did the media drive the trump support by diminishing real estate for other candidates? >> i get asked this question a lot. i have to say, think to a certain degree, if it becomes a vicious or virtuous cycle. depending on how you follow the trump campaign.
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whether it was cable, whether it was broadcast, all of us put on trump too much. i think to a large degree, it was because every time we did, it spiked the ratings, we in a sense following what the ratings were. which was the response to the public. having said that the fact that we did put him on so much it tomorrow the oxygen away from some of the other candidates. the initial impulse was if you put him on, you get ratings and we're in the news business. >> we're going to leave it there, chris, thank you very much. chris will be hosting special report right after this. much more to come on the fief. fresh off his upset in indiana, bernie sanders is pulling to vow off an even bigger upset. denying hillary clinton the nomination. can he do it? next.
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i understand that secretary clinton thinks that this campaign is over. i've got some bad news for her. >> i think we can pull off one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> hillary clinton may be shifting her focus to the general election. but after another primary upset last night in indiana bernie sanders still thinks he's got a chance to win the nomination and has this message for those who say otherwise. >> i think it is basically irresponsible and extremely undemocratic to say what, to the people of west virginia, kentucky, oregon, california, how large a state, that they should no have the right to cast a ballot to determine who the president of the united states will be? >> even trump is defending sanders. the presumptive gop nominee tweeting i would rather run against krikd hillary clinton than bernie sanders and that will happen because the books are cooked against bernie.
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so juan, bernie sanders, was it just monday or last friday that they announced his campaign was laying off a lot of staff? i don't understand -- it's like he has nine lives, maybe he is the actual cat. he keeps coming back and raring to go. >> i wish i could fully understand it. because you know, part of the argument is really intriguing, that the system is rigged against bernie and crooked hillary, to quote my friend mr. trump. is up to stacking the deck and preventing the man of the people, bernie sanders from winning the democratic nomination. when you look at the numbers, my gosh she's got more votes, she won more open primaries, she's got more delegates, she's got more superdelegates, but bernie persists, there's people in the bernie camp who just feel like, we're not excited about hillary. she's not a great candidate and she doesn't represent the kind of pulse of the far left in this
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country. they're just charmed by bernie sanders. i guess he wants to get to the convention and bring that energy. maybe i'm being nice to him. but i guess that's the best interpretation. >> bernie sanders spent $2 million in indiana and reportedly the clinton campaign hardly spent any money at all. do you think that was a mistake? >> for whom? >> for hillary. >> no, because the game is rigged on the democratic side. if you take out the superdelega superdelegates, 522 for hillary and 39 for sanders, she gets 93% of those. even though she's not winning 93% of a the vote, b the delegates. so it's rigged. the superdelegate game is rigged on the democratic side. bernie sanders won indiana and got 44 delegates, and she got 38 delegates, basically a wash on the democrat side because the numbers are so much higher. it was, they came away with almost the same amount of delegates. the system is rigged on the dem
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side. >> do you think that they invented this for this election? that's the system. >> i think it is the system. >> i think what happened is when the republicans changed the system and pushed these delegates away from unbound delegates towards bound delegates, towards winner take all competition states, and territories last election cycle, they changed it to become less rigged. >> less rigged? >> that's true. >> the republican side became less rigged. >> which is interesting now. it was less rigged. >> what do you think bernie wants from the convention? what's he going to ask for? >> everything. everything, i think the world is his oyster. why not? this guy is riding on such a high wave. i think it's going to continue, it's incredibly popular. he's friend frendly when you meet him in d.c. friendly, warm and nice, his wife is nice, she came on fox. thank you, that's normal. that makes sense, they're reaching out to people. that's good. i'm not into socialism. that's where you stop me cold. but other than that, think he
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has a tremendous amount of influence and power that they didn't anticipate. and he shouldn't get out. i think he should continue to run. the democratic side is so completely rigged, they should be protesting, going psychooutside. worse than like occupy wall street. worse than any protests outside. a trump event. >> they're saying i got to go. do you have any quick words? >> no. >> much more ahead. i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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24 hours. zero heartburn. ♪ donald trump is now the presumptive gop nominee and hillary clinton wasted no time taking shots at her rival. >> i think i know what it takes. and i don't think we can take a risk on a loose cannon like donald trump running our country. you know donald trump has said it's okay for other countries to get nuclear weapons. he has said wages are too high.
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i think when he says women should be punished for having abortions, that is, you know just beyond anything that i can imagine. >> do you feel like you know how to run against him? >> absolutely. i'm not running against him. i'm running my own campaign. >> she's taking shots. and using some scare tactics. greg? >> she's going to have to do better than that. what she said we all know, he is a loose cannon. that's why he's winning, that's part of his charm. she just basically called donald trump, donald trump. so i think, i think they probably have a lot to work with. and they're just holding on to it and it's going to be an incredibly entertaining next six months. >> and vice-versa, dana. >> the battle is joined, and so going forward, the electoral map possibly scrambled. i think there are new ads that hillary clinton's team was putting out today, her team 0 or a pac, that have a video mash-up
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of donald trump in his own words. it leaves nothing to interpretation, except for you're looking at his own words, it's not like they're masking it. he's going to have that to contend with as well. >> get ready for "game of thrones." >> it will be interesting. >> donald trump has said he's going to, appears to be going with crooked hillary. but i really think that this comment -- the coal mining companies out of business. she said i'm going to put coal miners out of business. she pinpointed the actual miners, that's going to be replayed over and over again. look what's going on in west virginia. bernie sanders is just cleaning her clock in west virginia over that comment. but if you expand that a little bit so what does that mean? if you don't like coal you're going to bury them. if you don't like oil, you're going to barry them. if you don't like a retailer paying $15 an hour, you're going to bury them, too. trump has a real opportunity to go after her on the economy. president obama said you didn't build that. you want eight more years of we're going to put the coal
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miner out of business? >> heavy-handed job-killers on the left. >> have you checked the employment rate lately? check gdp? continued growth and so much growth over the lastate eight years that people now say we're due for a recession. the most interesting the last few days on the hillary versus trump. trump had lunch with ed cline. who has written so much harsh books about hillary clinton. he's stacking up on negatives to go after hillary. hillary is known quantity. they know her negatives. >> more to come on "the five."
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while you can see clearly now. donald trump is the nominee for the republicans, presumptive they want me to say. so anyway, who is going to be his vice president? that's the real question. and we have a pro at the table. dana perino? >> i'm not a pro. i don't know. you get on the search committee. if you're on the search committee, that's how you become vice president. y know who it will be. this is what i was thinking today, however wins, bernie, hillary or trufr. it will be the oldest president,
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in maybe ever to take over. i would say for all of those things, governance, et cetera. i would bring some youth and vitality to this ticket. >> and here we have youth and vitality. >> i on behalf of a grateful nation and the gop accept the nomination for vice president of the united states. >> what about. >> here's some names. >> scott walker, marco rubio. kasich, palin. fiorina. >> the math, three states, flip ohio, florida and take michigan, you have a tie, goes to the house, republican wins, so florida, trump's second home state. i would say we got that locked down. michigan rick snyder would not be a bad choice, you flip michigan, you win. and ohio, because john kasich won it i would say snyder or kasich. >> snyder is very damaged. >> what happened to suzannah martinez? >> i got to hear the man of the hour. gregory? >> you know, if i were trump, i would pick ken wall. the actor from "wise guy" that
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way if they say, what about the wall? you could say i was talking about ken wall. >> i can't believe, i hope you believe them. it's fun to watch. one more thing up next.
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time for one more thing. a special one, kg? >> the u.s. military has identified the navy s.e.a.l. killed by isis in iraq
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yesterday. the american hero was special warfare operator first class charles keating iv from san diego. he was 31 years of age. keating first enlisted in the navy in 2007. he served three deployments overseas, earning decorations including the bronze star. the pentagon says the s.e.a.l. was part of a quick reaction force that moved in to rescue u.s. military advisers, from an isis attack. he was killed in a firefight. our thoughts and our prayers go out to keating's family and we are so very grateful to him and to all the brave americans serving in our military. >> amen to that. juan, you're up. >> well, amazing find, a 3 three billion year old diamond, the size of a tennis ball found in november in botswana. the price? you'll have to pay to charm kimberly, $70 million. 1,100 carats.
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its named "our light" and sothebys says it's the find of a lifetime. >> gorgeous. >> only $70 million? >> i think that sounds low. >> thank you, dana. here's a story that kind of aks me. i can't understand how this ever could happen in america. in this day and age. the flint water crisis. it was a failure at many levels of government. the poor people of flint, michigan are the victims. today president obama went to flint, michigan and drank the water this is tap water that's benefitered. they're filtering the tap water until all the pipes can be replaced. president obama is saying the water is going to be okay here. let's only hope and pray it is. because those people deserve a lot more. >> good for him. >> dana, you're up. >> i want to highlight a book that i'm very interested in. i've been reading it. it's called a different kind of daughter. it's by a woman named maria tuapaki. she's from pakistan, she's been
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fighting for women's rights there. she, she's a little kid, she took off all of her, she has has to wear all the clothing. she took it off and burned it, using kerosene that her father had and matches. and her father supported her and she went on to play in professional sports in canada. she's written a book, very well done so congratulations to her and her publisher. >> what am i doing? i believe it's something to do with an animal, and the animal might be consuming something. yes, what is that? >> greg's animal video. >> is that a snow leopard? i have no idea what that is. i don't know what that is. a cheetah, maybe? he's eating snow. which is i guess according to the producers, interesting. very exciting and i'm happy to have shown this. piece of tape to america. >> ass all we got? >> that's all we got.
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>> set your dvrs, you never want to miss another episode of "the five." i believe chris wallace is sitting in the seat. take it away, brother. this is a fox news alert. ohio governor onkasich is out of the race for the white house. leaving donald trump as the only republican candidate still standing. good evening, welcome to washington, i'm chris wallace in for brit baier. what a difference a day makes, after donald trump swept the delegates in indiana, ted cruz dropped out of the gop race last night. and this evening, kasich has followed suit. chief political correspondent carl cameron joins me to report on how a long, messy republican race came to a sudden end leaving the path clear for the most unlikely of gop nominees. >> some of the most busy 24 hours of the campaign


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