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good evening, i'm antonio mora, this is al jazeera. >> now the people of florida can't stand him. he couldn't get elected dog catcher. >> there we go. >> donald sh learn not to interrupt, it's not complicated. count to 10 back on the debate stage, more mud slinging by the republican candidates. we are learn more on the plans for health care, i.s.i.l. and the economy. >> donald trump lacks it. >> mitt romney stakes on donald trump. and the and a vucial hearing?
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-- and seizing houses. who donated them. and why have they been taken away. the republican presidential candidates had a loud and contentious debate at the fox neater, coming hours after the 2012 republican nominee made a plea for the g.o.p. to fight donald trump's momentum. the stage was set for the concept by the super-tuesday victories, and ben carson's entry to the race. no surprise, diane, a lot of fireworks between donald trump and marco rubio. >> wow. donald trump was really on the hot seat tonight. not just with marco rubio, but
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the fox moderators, he was asked about mitt romney's scathing attack this afternoon. regarding some of the things that he said in the past, and trump said that romney was a failed candidate. then he was asked about support that he had gotten from the ku klux klan. and then the attack over the fail failed. >> he's trying to go to the american voter what he did to the people on the course. it's our country is the stake. >> let me tell you who the real
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conartist - excuse me. it's senator marco rubio. he was elected in florida. and who has the worst voting record in the united states senate. he doesn't go to vote. he's absent. now, the people of florida can't stand him. he couldn't get elected dog catcher. >> and he was also taken to task tonight on switching gears from everything from immigration to his support of anthony ray hinton. >> and tonight the moderators held donald trump's feet to the fire over numbers his campaign has put out. yes, they held his feet to the fire over numbers he spouted about cuts to the e.p.a. and came under assault from marco rubio, over his clothing
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line and why it's manufactured in china not the u.s. >> he spent his time trying to convince america that he is something he is not. he inherited $100 million, and lost are more. he can start by announcing all the donald trump clothing will no longer be made in china and mexico, but will be made in the united states. crusaders got jabs in. >> marco rubio came on strong. we'll see what it does. as you heard, the donald trump, mitt romney feud was a topic of conversation at the debate. david shuster reports on that
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war words. donald trump is a phoney, a fraud. >> in utah on thursday, mitt romney was unrelenting, the 2012 g.o.p. presidential nominee attacked trump as immoral and cool. you have his domestic policies lead to - his personal qualities means america would cease to be a shining city on the hill. >> romney listed the qualities. >> bullying, agreed, showing off. misonliany. the ab shirt third-grey theatrics. >> he failed horribly.
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trump noted that it was loss that gave. >> mitt romney, go out and get him. you can do it. including his endorsement. >> i backed mitt romney. i backed him. you can see how loyal he is, he was begging for my endorsement. i could have said mitt drop to your knees, he would have dropped to his knees, he was begging. after that imagery, trump delivered this. >> mitt is, indeed, a choke artist. he choked like i never have seen any one. donald trump's momentum sparked panic among world and feel no cannes donald trump's rivals
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agree. trump would have carried out the most elaborate conjob. do block trump. g.o.p. voter were urged. denying trump. i believe we can find a person who can win the election and representatives the values and policies of conservatism. mitt romney relates the very establishment that trump built his campaign against. and some strategists say it's likely that the attack may help
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trump. when you watch a guys. >> chris christie that endorsed trump. the bigger picture. >> join us from markus phillips, is a former white house aid to president h w bush. the senior vice president. despite john's valiant attempts, it fell into the gutter and stayed there. thing of to this way, the only
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chance to dislodge him is to take him down, they ganged un on him to do that. mitt romney made an effort. i think that he was making an effort to cast himself as the anti-trump. in the event of a brokered convention. he would be there and lay claim to the nomination bringing the party to victory. mitt romney spoke, chaos, melt down. some of the words in light of trump's success and mitt romney attacking them. is that fair. >> there's a lot of anxious.
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some came to terms with the fact that donald trump could be the nominee, and main industry republicans did that already. there's more that have angst. and others that wonder what it means for them. you have to see what it means for them. in your district. if you are running for u.s. senator. you have to see what it means for you. for many republicans, it's not knowing. there's a lot to learn if donald trump is the nominee. he doesn't have a track record. at the same time. the unknown is a big fear. and they i can't not support trump.
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at the end of the debate. the three candidates said they would support donald trump, and she said he would support the other three. that would be good news if what romney talked about, trump goes into the convention without a majority, and somehow someone else ends up getting nominated. >> that's yet to be seen. it will be a slug fest. march 15th, before march 15th they had perfect primaries and states. donald trump leads in the deep south, louisiana, mississippi, you have a bunch of primaries coming up before that march 15th date. where out of two of the primaries, ohio and florida are winner take all. they are the home states for john kasich, and marco rubio. they are must wins for both of them. they are big, big days and lots
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are at stake on the days. it will be hard to dislodge donald trump, and we'll see if the impact had any impact on the polling numbers, and whether the speech has income. >> it may feed fuel to the fire of supporters, and the rejection of traditional world, as we go into the upcoming states, trump is ahead n every poll. in most by double digits. unless there's a shift and as you said rubio and john kasich win interstate. it's likely he'll have the most dell dates. >> that's right. the most by the convention. mitt romney, of course is positions himself to take up the
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mantle. good to have your perspective on this. >> the democrats have three contests on saturday, one in nebraska. and bernie sanders campaigned there today. >> when millions fight back. demanding that they represented working families people need to thing outside the box. ahead of the primary. he spoke with voters. the quay has reached 20 million americans. they were in milwaukee. in september, 17.5 million
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americans were registered. >> kim jong un placed the nuclear areas fol an stand by. it could allow a pre-emptive trike. north korea was called on to retrim from actions. 25 years ago a video changed the modern media. the rod ni king beating next. and research on mosquitos has doctors worried about how quickly the zika virus can spread.
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>> we're here to fully get into the nuances of everything that's going on, not just in this country, but around the world. >> what, as if there were no cameras here, would be the best solution? >> this goes to the heart of the argument. >> to tell you the stories that others won't cover. how big do you see this getting? getting the news from the people who are affected. >> people need to demand reform... >> we're here to provide the analysis... the context... and the reporting that allows you to make sense of your world. >> ali velshi on target. the texas state trooper that arrested joseph blandisi has been fired from his job. he pulled over bland for a name change. things escalated. he was downed dead.
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intath tulled a suicide. 25 years ago in los angeles. the widely dispucted video was shot. the video went wild. four were tribute. it led to riots. >> more instances of a key hearing in the agreedy grey case. lawyers asking if an officer should be forced to testify. the question could be pivotal in the case. it's the question that good decide the fate. >> can officer william porter be a defendant and a witness.
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>> porter is the first of six officers. he was not involved in gray's arrest and not driving the van where gray suffered injuries. in disease, the trial ended. his retrial was set in june. prosecutors want to call him as a witness. second degree murder. the federal court has had cases. because border has been granted immunity in exchange for his testimony, he should testify, what he says in other trials
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can't be used against him. porter's defense team was not buying it. forcing him to testify against the other officers puts him at risk of being called a liar. and community would not work. sergeant's centers are adverse they'll have to cull him a liar. the testimony could turn jurors against him. he is a defendant. see if you can prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.
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he's not a witness. witnesses don't have skin in the game. >> it's not clear whether the cases against the other officers can go forward. a judge other officer's trials have been put on hold. it's unclear when the court will rule. researchers in brazil identified a second mosquito that could carry the virus that could make zika spread. it's 20 times more common than the other species. google says it is washing with u.n.i.c.e.f. predicting out
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brakes. the goal is to identify and determine where to focus time and rouses. google says it ambulances to use the prototype. >> a blah has been giving away homes to the homeless, structures are bringing new problems. and the city of los angeles is taking them away. >> a family finds a million director baseball treasure stuffed in an old paper bag.
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a large fuel spill closed the mississippi river to water traffic. coast guard officials say a fuel tank holding 20,000 gallons ruptured on a vessel. the fuel is contained within a lock and dam opening on to the river. an investigation into the spill is under way. tiny houses are at the center of a big controversy in los angeles, a builder trying to help the homeless by donating homes. they are creating a different problem. >> more than 10,000 sleep on the streets of los angeles. the city faces one of the most serious homeless crisis in the
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country. >> i wanted them to feel like they had something real. you know, if it's just temporary, which it is, it's just to give them much needed shelter now. until permanent housing can be available. with crowd funding, some tried to build houses. each house is 6 feet wide, eight feet long it 7.5 feet tall. a steel door and two windows. elvis built 37, each costing 1200 houses. >> kevin green started living in one three months ago. >> why do you like this better than a tent? >> two reasons. he showed us how he had solar power.
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the movement may not loft long. the city started confiscating them two years ago. police and sanitation workers found needles, evidence of drug use during their sweep. >> it caused problems, health and safety problems for individuals in the encampments and the neighbours. willie lost his house last night. what was it like when the police came? >> boom, boom, boom. get up. opened the door. >> back in a tent. he said his things are stolen. >> here is where they cut through. his life back to the mary go round of replacing what he losses. his house was not the only one, there used to be several tiny houses on the streets. irene prefers a tiny house to the alternative the city offers. >> there's more drugs. i'm not with that. i'm about suppose, you know.
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i have more peace of mind out here. but officials say tiny houses prolong homelessness. >> these are not sustainable resources. there's no heating, plumbing, it's a box. you can paint it. you can call it a house, but it's a box. a box. >> i wish he could wear my shoes for one day. i bet he wouldn't call it a box any longer. he called it a box. it may be a lax to pim. it doesn't help him or no one. i felt that this was mine. >> he says he'll build. >> what is home. to someone what has nothing, it may be a cas. >> for the houses to take off,
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the city needs to get on board. until then, those that stay out on the streets will have to settle for they say than a roof over their heads. >> a new study suggests children that take medication for a.d.h.d. may have lower bone density than other kids their age. children taking medications, including ritalin and adderall showed lower bone density. it may not be responsible for the efficiency, but more research is needed. >> a family in a rural southern town what made be one of the greatest fines in baseball. seven rare cards. the tie cobb cards dating back to a series in 1909 to 1987.
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>> an expert says they are worth a minimum of a million dollars. they disorder the cards while cleaning out their late, late grandfather's house. >> i'm antonio mora, you can head over to ray suarez is up next with "inside story". unable to pay its debts. even in the face of dwauments and an exodus from the island-- defaults, the situation is unclear for bond holders, governments and 3.5 million citizens, the puerto rico people. t