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those margins were so big didn't effect that overall outcome, but if the supreme court and justice scalia and the vaccensy on the court and the president being able to appoint a new justice, arizona made it very concrete last night. miles and miles and miles and hours and hours and hours of concrete. it's disgusting. that does it for us tonight. now it's time for the last word with lawrence o'donnell. >> you have to stop breaking these sex stories. you got to -- come on. >> there's something disturbing too about the constant pictures of the governor of alabama with the corresponding information. it's the -- yeah. >> let's just say you broke my concentration on my homework here. >> i'm sorry.
i won't do it again until the next time. >> thanks rachel. >> thanks. this is not the first time the wife of a presidential candidate has been cut in the campaign cross fire. wait until you hear what john adams said about andrew jackson's wife. and paul ryan did something today that politicians never do, he admitted he was wrong, wrong about something very important, but first the biggest campaign story of the day has republican candidates for president behaving once again as if they are candidates for king. >> you talk about patrolling muslims neighborhoods. >> he doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. >> in the united states we may have radicalized individuals, we do not have radicalized communities. >> i just left a country that engages in that kind of
neighborhood surveillance, which by the way the father of senator cruz escaped for meamerica. >> it's wrong. it'sangerous. >> that's not going to help us defeat isil. >> everyone else says isis and it's like he did it to bother people. >> donald trump's foreign policy is bizarre. >> you would rule in the possibility of using nuclear weapons against isis? >> i'm never going to rule anything out. i want to think that maybe would use it. >> it does not have to be this way. >> there are over 17,000 state and local police departments in the united states of america and not one of them answers to the president of the united states. not one. the president cannot order any police officer in any one of those police departments to do anything at any time. you don't have go to law school
to know that, but ted cruz did go to law school, harvard law school, and he does know that and that's the big difference between ted cruz and donald trump. it's not a difference that matters very much, but ted cruz knows when he's inventing presidential powers that do not exist in the constitution and donald trump doesn't. donald trump has no idea that the president can't suddenly slap tariffs on automobiles and air conditioners from mexico. only congress can do that. donald trump has no idea that the president cannot order police officers all over the country to patrol and secure muslim neighborhoods. so when donald trump immediately agreed with ted cruz's impossible idea to patrol muslim neighborhoods, donald trump didn't know that it's an impossible idea. >> senator cruz came out today and said that he thought we should have police patrols in muslim neighborhoods in the united states. >> i'm okay with it. i'm okay.
we have to be vij anlt. we have to be careful. >> the leader of the single biggest police department in america was outraged by ted cruz's idea. >> i would remind the senator he lives in the united states of america. the statements he made today is why he's not going to become president of this country because we don't need a president that doesn't respect the values that form the foundation much this country. >> the nypd did tell ted cruz exactly where he could find over 900 muslims gathering every day, most of them with guns. right there, inside the nypd, which employs 900 muslims in a city that has more muslim residents than any other city in america. now some ted cruz supporters probably think if the nypd and other police departments around the country refuse to parole muslim neighborhoods, then president cruz can just order
the fbi to do it. never mind that presidents do not try to meddle in the specific deployment of fbi resources, all you really need to know is that the entire fbi, the whole thing, counting every agent and every field office everywhere in the country, in washington, d.c., the whole thing is about exactly the same size as one police department in america, the nypd. so it would take that entire fbi every agent in every field office everywhere in the country and every agent in washington to move to new york city to conduct ted cruz's muslim patrols just in new york city alone. so once again the republican campaign for the presidency spends the day spinning around an impossible idea. one day it's the trump plan to deport 11 million people. another day it's the cruz plan to abolish the irs and then the
donald trump dream to ban muslims from the country and the trump wall that mexico will pay for. today it's ted cruz's patrols that will never happen and can never happen. isn't it time for everyone to just admit especially interviewers of donald trump and ted cruz, that donald trump and ted cruz are not running for president. they are running for an office that doesn't exist in a government that doesn't exist. john kasich is the only republican candidate who is actually running for president of the united states. >> when brussels happened yesterday, i knew how to talk about it in a way that a leader should talk about it. it's not about patrolling neighborhoods. it's not shutting our boarders down. it is about having the intelligence worldwide. it is about bringing a coalition together of our muslim/arab
friends who find these actions as horrible as we do. >> joining us now an expert on isis and youth radicalization and a former counterterrorism officer. he ran the waterboarding program for the u.s. navy and has been waterboarded himself as part of that training. we're going to get to the torture discussion, which donald trump also through into the reaction of what's happened in brussels, but your reaction to this notion of patrolling and securing as ted cruz said muslim neighborhoods. >> there is a shameful legacy in the united states of having done this before. i mean we used to have the slave patrols, which would go around and try to round up slaves and keep people in line on plantations. we had the -- my great, great grandfather was a buffalo
soldier who served out of ft. sill oklahoma. he would go on indian patrols to keep indians on reservations. we rounded up the japanese during world war ii. these are things which should never be mentioned again in american history as a viable. it's never going to happen. he must have watched that movie where he thought he could hole up an entire muslim community. there's 6,000 muslim members fighting in the armed forces. is he going to consider them part of the enemy force. no one is going to carry out this operation and it's shameful that was even said. >> so let's just imagine for a moment the muslim patrol car driving down the street in some american city or town. what would ted cruz tell the officers to look for? >> thank you for having me lawren
lawrence. this is an excellent question that highlights how ludicrous this idea is to begin with because muslims happen to come in all shapes and colors. they are white, brown, black, they come from all different background. for example in my hometown in boston, if you want to go and patrol the muslim neighborhood, you will be patrolling a neighborhood where people are white and have blue eyes and many times are blond. it's -- this idea just like for me what i find outrageous is that for him to say these things knowing or knowing that he's saying them to cater to a certain like the most vial elements in american society and it would be even scarer if he actually believes these things. with ted cruz, i'm not quite sure whether he believes these things or he's just using them to whip up hate.
>> you know, hillary clinton said something today in her foreign policy speech and her reaction speech to what happened in brussels that was strangely close to the language that ted cruz used, we don't have it here right now, but she said something about we need to target the hot spots and included in that sentence was neighborhoods and it begs the follow-up question of what exactly did you mean by that and it may be one of those speeches that was kind of written by committee and these awkward words got in that sentence, but it was very unclear what she meant by that. >> was she talking about the united states? was she talking about in europe? was she talking in raqqah, syria, the isis headquarters. we have to be careful about this. we have to be careful about this
as a matter of defending and keeping safe our brothers and sisters who are fighting in the armed forces right now, our children and relatives who are deployed overseas. we have had a state of blue-on-green attacks where members of the afghan army turned on the u.s. allies and killed them. we don't know what caused those. i can't say if they were members of the taliban. if you create an atmosphere where hateful rhetoric is transmitted throughout the muslim world you may get incidents like this and you may get less cooperation in operations where we need to kill terrorists that need to be killed. >> hillary clinton condemned what ted cruz had to say about these patrols and stood firmly with her local police department, which is the nypd. i was referring to one small line in her speech today. >> donald trump has said maybe
nuclear weapons in the middle east. let's listen to this. >> you would rule in the possibility of using nuclear weapons against isis? >> i'm never going to rule anything out. even if i felt it wasn't going, i wouldn't want to tell you that because i want them to think maybe we would use it. so we're saying when we do these interviews with everybody, not me, and you ask a question like that and everybody comes clean and they're so honest, we need unpredictability. >> how would the region greet a president trump? here you have iran entering a deal not to develop nuclear weapons, you have pakistan that does possess nuclear weapons. what would the reaction be to an american president who says, yeah, i just might use nuclear weapons in the region? >> well, the reactions already in the region are quite interesting. donald trump is being greeted with a lot of laughter. no one takes him seriously
because a lot of people that i've been hearing is that gee, donald trump is saying all of these things. he doesn't sound very different from saddam hussein. we cannot believe that the american people can choose someone like donald trump to be their president. i get oftentimes besieged by this question and it's mind boggling to me that people like ted cruz and donald trump with their ridiculous propositions can be even anywhere near the presidency. let me share with you something going back to cruz's insane comments about patrolling muslim neighborhoods. look, i came to this country in the year of 2000 very much like ted cruz's father, fleeing for my life and i did not come to the united states because i was looking for the newest 18-inch
tv screen. i came to the united states because i read the constitution of the united states and i came for the promise of liberty, ekwalty, rule of law, all of the things that are not available in the arab world, all of the things that make america stand different from these places. so for me to hear this, yes i'm a proud americanuslim and my -- i cannot reason or even begin to take any of this seriously and frankly many things cross my mind when i first heard -- heard the comments, some of them i cannot say on live tv, but what i can say is that the gut reaction is like get lost you itdiot. >> donald trump wants legal torture. in donald trump's world he would like to be able to waterboard
and torture at will. >> it does not work. we have been entire system of schools -- >> wait a minute. donald trump's an expert on this and he says it does. he says it works. >> if you'd like me to waterboard him i may be convinced of them to show him it absolutely doesn't work. we have a system of schools which trained this, which the first slide in the resistance training course is torture does not work. it is a form of sadism and we're going to teach you what to do to defeat the enemy when they try to do this. the honor of the united states is at stake here. we are in a crisis of honor. general george washington set the standard for the armed forces in the treatment of prisoners and i don't think he should be overridden. >> thank you for joining me. >> thank you. coming up, the problem that belgium has in monitoring
terrorists. you will hear one mother's tearful story about her own story being radicalized and how the belgian authorities could not help her. also, it's all about delegates. can donald trump get the manlic number? if he doesn't get the magic number, what happens? two people who are going to decide how the republican convention works, two mecmbers f that rules committee will join us. and house speaker paul ryan did something today that politicians just about never do, very few ever do, he admitted he was wrong, but was anyone who should be listening really listening to paul ryan today?
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unfair there have been so many in the race. msnbc political correspondent steve cor knackie has mapped out the route to the presidential nomination. >> donald trump's magic number is 1237. where is he right now when everything is counted up he'll be at about 755. what's the pathway. it starts in the next contest on the board that's wisconsin, that's april 5th. let's say donald trump gets a narrow win there. a narrow win would probably be about 30 of the 42 delegates. if he gets that he moves to 785. he can look to the northeast. he has been killing it in this part of the country in states like this. he could legitimately take 280 more delegates from here if he does that, that bumps him up to 1070. he could look to indiana in early may. let's say he gets a narrow win there, 1100. the biggest prize on the board,
california, let's say he gets a narrow win in california, 100 delegates, it bumps him up to 1200. that would leave all of this real estate in here. if he could squeeze 37 delegates out of there, he would hit the nomin number and be the nominee. if you want to stop him, if you're ted cruz or anyone else, the first thing you have to do is beat him in wisconsin in two weeks. >> thanks, steve. coming up, how the rules might just determine who ends up with that nomination. two people who are going to decide what those rules wiare f the republican convention.
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republicans who ever dreamed it would come to this are endorsing ted cruz to prevent their worst nightmare from getting the republican presidential nomination, but john kasich isn't giving up. >> nobody's going to go to the convention with enough delegates. the delegates take it very seriously. and what they do is they think about two things. one, they think about who can win and they also think about this is a really crazy idea, who actually could be president. okay. they think about that as well. and i think that when you get down to that, particularly with the fact that i'm the only one that can beat hillary, i think that's pretty compelling. >> joining us now is randy
evans, chairman of the republican's national lawyer association and a member of the rules and debate committee of the rnc. also with us is curly member of the rules committee and an unbound delegate to that convention from north da cotta. what do you think of the case that john kasich made about they're going to think of these factors and they're going to stair at him and those polls in which he always does the best against the democrats? >> i think it's unlikely we ever get there. i think the pathway is there for donald trump to win. he's not that far away in the total numbers. he's only about 498 delegates. i think he's going to end up about 95 delegates short and are there enough unbound delegates to put him on top. i think it's the make or break
moment for the republican nominating process. if wisconsin breaks for senator cruz, then we'll know that the coalition of the establishment is starting to put together enough passiush back to deprive donald trump of the 1237 needed. if donald trump wins wisconsin you can pretty much expect that you're going to have a donald trump presumptive nominee going into the convention. >> you mentioned some things that people have been taking for granted during primary season that could be real problems at the convention, including that according to the rules, open primaries, the results of open primaries are not allowed. the republican convention doesn't accept the outcome of primaries like massachusetts for example where democrats, independents were allowed to reach over, get a republican ballot, vote in the republican
primary for donald trump who won massachusetts, so -- and what -- what might happen because of that variation from the rules that some of these states have used? >> in my wildest dreams i never thought i would be forced to defend the republicans' rights to choose the republican nominee for president, but it's come down to this i guess. i'm surprised to hear that the convention's been moved up to april. the vote that needs to be taken is the 1237, that has to be taken at the convention and we can't take it ahead of time. these estimates that are being bantied around by steve and everybody else are all estimates based on the primary rules of each state that may or may not stand up and they also include winner take all, but it's very possible that one or another the candidates in each of these states could be challenging at
many as 15 or 20 states that have a process where non-republicans can participate in the nomination process. so this can't be worked out and the number will not be known until the convention in july of this year. >> and randy, donald trump's principal challenger is a very sharp lawyer himself, ted cruz, who no doubt is going to stair at those rules about these so-called open states and what would prevent him from bringing a challenge to the result of those primarprimaries. >> it's precedent that has been established over years. as long as you can't vote in both primaries, so this is -- he is a great committeeman, he's brought this up at many meetings, it's been address had in and vetted, that's not the
process by which we would end up with an open convention. that's not to say if donald trump shows up without 1237 that a majority of delegates decide to open the rules up and we would have an open convention, not just as to the nominee, but as to the rules for picking that nominee. >> this has become a so-called established precedent just because these things haven't been close. you guys haven't gone into a convention since 1976 where it was even close with. i read your rule today. it says very clearly that you must be a registered republican to vote in a republican primary and you would definitely be according to the results of some of these states in absolute flagrant violation of that rule. >> well, it would certainly seem that way. i don't know how many ways you can read the same words. why would we have a rule that
says you have to be a republican to vote if we meant -- if we intended it to mean the opposite. that doesn't make sense. >> we'll be continuing this discussion probably right up until the eve of the convention. thank you very much for joining us. really appreciate it. >> thank you. coming up, msnbc's olivia sterns talks with a mother in the neighborhood with her son lived. this is a heart breaking description of how she lost her son to the islamic state. you really want to see this. it's a great school, but is it the right one for her? is this really any better than the one you got last year? if we consolidate suppliers, what's the savings there? so should we go with the 467 horsepower? ...or is a 423 enough? good question. you ask a lot of good questions... i think we should move you into our new fund. sure... ok. but are you asking enough about how your wealth is managed?
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this is my favorite restaurant in washington, the restaurant i've been to more than any other in washington because it is the cheapest restaurant closest to the senate office buildings that i used to work in. the crowd there is 99% is congressional staff and interns buying about 10 bucks worth of tackos and then leading up on the free chips. when paul ryan told an audience of house interns today that one of his first jobs in washington was waiter at this restaurant, he could not possibly have given a more vivid demonstration that just about anyone and certainly any one of them, could grow up to be speaker of the house. >> i first met jack where you
would expect, at the restaurant. it was true. i was waiting tables. i had student loans coming out of school. i had a few jobs an i was a waiter and i waited on jack. i didn't bother him that day, but i told a friend one day i would love to have the chance of worked for that man. as luck would have it such an opening came up. >> and as they say, the rest is history. paul ryan like jack kemp became a member of the house of representatives and he became the speaker of the house. he gathered his audience of interns today in the hearing room of the most powerful committee in the house, the ways and means committee and the only partisan par in his speech with about a 1981 tax cut that jack kemp pushed through congress in that room that the interns were sitting in. the interns paul ryan was
speaking to today are new to politics. many of them watching a presidential campaign closely for the first time in their lives so the most important thing that paul ryan wanted them to know today was this -- >> our political discourse, both the kind that we see on tv and the kind that we experience among each other, it does not use to be this bad and it does not have to be this way. >> he didn't mention any candidates' names, but everything he said about what is wrong with our current political climate applies to the front-runner for the republican presidential nomination. >> if someone has a bad idea, well why don't we tell them why our idea is better. we don't insult them into agreeing with us. we try to persuade them. politics can be a battle of ideas, not a battle of insults. >> there was one truly extraordinary thing that paul ryan said today, something that shouldn't be extraordinary, it
should be common place, a politician admitting he was wrong. we're all wrong about something at some time, but most politicians never admit that. >> there was a time that i would talk about a difference between makers and takers in our country referring to people who accepted government benefits, but as i spent more time listening, really learning the root causes of poverty, i realized something, i realized that i was wrong. takers wasn't how to refer to a single mom stuck in a poverty trap trying to take care of her own family. most people don't want to be department. and to label a group of americans that way was wrong. i shouldn't cast a large group of americans just to make a point. so i stopped talking about it that way. and i stopped thinking about it that way. but i didn't come out and say this to be politically correct. i say this because i was just wrong. >> you know, i said at the time
that i thought that's what i was seeing happen to paul ryan two years ago in a hearing about anti-poverty programs. he as chairman granted the request of democratic committee member barbara lee to hear from an actual poor person, something i had never seen before in a congressional hearing. this woman told paul ryan and the committee about her struggles living in washington, d.c. with her husband being paid $8.25 an hour and she being paid $10.88 an hour. as paul ryan listened respectfully, she testified at length about how her family could not make it without food stamps. >> i am not a number. i am not a statistic. i am not a food stamp recipient. i am an individual who lives in the inner city who just so happens to be struggling just as so many americans are
struggling. the food stamp program is very important to me and my family. no one wakz up in the morning and say have says we want to be in poverty. >> she changed paul ryan's mind about people who need government assistance. >> i was just wrong. >> take those words, i was just wrong and google them with any other politician's name and for almost all of them you will come up with nothing. paul ryan's by paipartisan audi loved his speech today and many of them were probably talking about it over chips at the restaurant, but was anyone else in politics who should have been listening to that speech really listening? joining us now, former rnc chairman and political analyst and also senior politics editor for the hufington post.
let's stipulate that democrats dearlily wish that paul ryan would translate his news understanding of the working poor into his budget proposals which he does not do. he's not there yet. and so that's the big gap that's going on here, but that was an extraordinary moment, but let's talk about what he said about campaigning in america today and what's happened to the tone of the campaign. every single criticism he offered seemed to be aimed straight at donald trump. >> first of all, you are just wrong. the restaurant is not that good. >> you with your fancy tastes. >> fair enough. now for the substance of the ryan speech, yeah, i think he -- well, first of all, he's clearly trying to differentiate himself and by extension the house republicans from donald trump who at a very basic level does actually threaten many of the people in that conference and
possibly, although unlikely paul ryan's position as speaker. i think that's the important context here. also it's a reflection of an incredible angst that's happening right now over what could mhappen if this man is at the top of the ticket. some of the rhetoric that we're seeing now is abnormal. campaigns have always been vicious and personal. there's been physical attacks and non-physical attacks, but what trump is doing is personalizing in a way that is uncomfortable for a lot of people and i think paul ryan is trying to steer it back a little bit. >> let's listen to what he said about the ugliness of our politics now. >> governing ourselves was never men meant to be easy. this has always been a tough business and when passions flare ugliness is sometimes inevitable, but we shouldn't accept ullyness as the normal we
should demand better for ourselves. we should demand better from one another. >> he does not sound like a republican who is bending to the wind of donald trump. >> the question is will the caucus that stands behind him bend towards him and the words that he said. i took the speech as not just being about donald trump, i know a lot of people want to focus on that, but there was a whole lot that could apply to ted cruz and the comments that he made recently just as much as yesterday about muslims and sort of policing them in their communities. how we talk about people, how we describe their problems, how we even pay attention to their problems is what ryan is trying to get the party to focus on. the test i think is the question that you asked coming into this segment, was anybody listening. were the people who will convenience in the congress this fall to deal with the issues that this country must face do
so in a way that paul ryan described. that jury remains out and in the heat of a presidential campaign it will be very difficult for them to do that given the passions that the grassroots level that will bubble into that caucus room in the capital. >> we're seeing in that speech some of why paul ryan did not want to be speaker of the house because he is saying this is the way i want this to work and clearly it's not working the way he wants it to work. >> and recall as a condition of him accepting that speakership, he was supposed to have a little bit of a leash from his more conservative freedom caucus members and i think what we're seeing now is that leash wasn't as long as he anticipated as my colleague has been reporting extensively. he's had a lot of trouble with those members when it comes to passing the budget. there's going to be trouble over the trade deals that paul ryan
does want to pursue if donald trump is at the head of the ticket and i think this is as much a concern about rhetoric in politics as it is about policy because if you step back and you look at what donald trump is advocating, they are vastly different than paul ryan. you can look at social security reform, trade policy, immigration, those are a different type of republicanism than paul ryan's advocating. >> michael, before we go, i can't think of a republican. of the house that agrees where donald trump on everything, the increase on spending, the disastzis iraq wa disaster. >> no, but here's the rub. i think at the end. day donald trump is going to have to realize as he may be beginning to that he's not going to need a paul ryan and a mitch mcconnell. they're going to need donald
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this latest dust up turns out to be a very old american tradition. i don't think we're going to get that ending here. these are healthy strong woman. we were doing the election coverage last night and i was watching on twitter this war break out. you saw it happen in real time. >> what happened last night is donald trump tweeted something saying lying ted cruz shouldn't have anything to do with this ad, it was a tweet, he better be careful or i'm going to spill the peebeans on you're wife. >> the ad he was explaining about was an online thing that one of those stop trump pacs done. >> it was not affiliated with ted cruz. >> yes. >> so this ad of showing -- >> it was a gq cover shot of 2000 you can see here. >> what we're doing to that picture right there is making it
seem stronger than it is. >> nothing is exposed in this photo. it's a gq fashion shot, but it says meet your next first lady or you could support ted cruz on tuesday. it was in yutah. it was intended to make utah women not vote for donald trump. we saw ted cruz win in utah. he won by a pretty wide margin, so donald trump tweeted this out, a story that nobody knew about it last night, everybody had been talking about brussels, nobody had seen that ad for the most part. suddenly the entire country had seen it if not the world because his twitter followers span the globe apparently so it blows into this much larger story. ted cruz says what are you talking about, i have nothing to do with this ad on twitter and what are you talking about with me wife here. >> his wife made an effective appearance where she's saying donald trump is terrible and will say anything and you really -- when you have the
trump campaign you don't want to see mrs. cruz standing up there doing what she did today. >> she was very forceful and strong. she said donald trump has said all sorts of things in this campaign and a lot of them haven't turned out to be true. she held her ground and this whole drama became much larger than it ever would have been, but let's take one quick thing. donald trump whenever the news has gone away from him makes it come back to him. >> he loves claiming victimization. >> he does. >> i don't think we're going to get the ending that we got in 1828. i think things are going to be okay. great to see you here in had studio, not on the tonight on "all in" live from brussels. >> how would you define a muslim neighborhood? >> the investigation continues in belgium as a call for patrolling muslim neighborhoods starts a political firestorm in ths.