state holds the first-in-the south primary. george washington wrote that the truth will ultimately prevail where there is pains taken to bring it to light. we hope to shed some polite lite on the candidates' positions tonight to help voters make up their minds. so, gentlemen, please join us on stage. >> moderator: with us tonight, with us tonight are retired neurosurgeon, ben carson, of florida. senator marco rubio of florida. businessman, donald trump of new york. ( applause ) senator ted cruz of texas. ( applause ) former governor jeb bush of florida. ( applause ) and governor john kasich of ohio. ( applause ) now as most of you have heard by now, supreme court justice antonin scalia died today at the age of 79. he was the longest serving member of the court, appointed by president justice scalia was the court's leading conservative conservative, and even those who disagreed with his opinions regarded him as a brilliant legal scholar. please join us and the candidates on our stage in a moment of silence for justice antonin scalia. thank you. we will talk to the candidates about j
). >> moderator: all right, mr. trump, on monday, george w. bush will campaign in south carolina for his brother. as you said tonight, and you've often said, the iraq war and your opposition to was a cipe of your good judgment. in 2008 in an interview with wolf blitzer talking about george w.bush's conduct, you said you were surprised nancy pelosi didn't try to impeach him. you said, "which personally i think would have been a wonderful thing." when you were asked what you meant by that you said, "for the war. he got us into the war with lies." do you think president bush should have been impeached. >> i have to say, as a businessman i get along with everybody. i have business all over the world. world. in the audience. by the way, i'm a self-funder. i have my wife and i have my son. that's all i have. i don't have this. ( applause ) so let me just tell you, i get along with everybody, which is my obligation to my company, myself, et cetera. obviously, the war in iraq was a big, fat mistake. all right. now, you can take it any way you want, and it took-- it took jeb bush-- if you rem
penalty case. and you want my blessing? you know my position george, you evaluated her. i want your opinion as a psychiatrist. do you honestly believe that all these men raped her and each murder was in self-defense? no, i don't. do you think she's legally insane? she may have any number of psychiatric disorders. but she knew what she was doing was wrong. she just didn't care. and if given the chance, will she kill again? in a second. she is a calculating predator. i love a good fight. i can't believe that turned into a women's rights debate. we don't have the right to execute a woman just because she's a woman? the majority of the capital committee agreed with your recommendation. we get lewin to sign it, we make the world a safer place and you're labeled the enemy of feminism. hey, as far as i'm concerned this is a coup for women's rights everywhere. maggie peterson has the right to a needle in the arm just like any other cold-blooded killer. lewin: so, she should just take it like a man? to do with it. the fact that she murdered four people in this jurisdiction alone does. but sh
his way to the nomination. >> i thank god all the time that it was george w. bushed in the white house on 9/11 and not al gore. >> the world trade center came down during the reign of george w. bush. >> moderator: you still think he should be impeached. >> i think it's my turn. >> they lied. of mass destruction and there were none and they knew there were none. >> i am sick and tired of him going after my family.
george w. bushed in the white house on 9/11 and not al gore. >> the world trade center
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