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terrorist attack. their plan departed from paris. when will we get tough, smart and vigilant? void byhis campaign is the production of strength. >> i think every time we have a problem in this world, i do better. it's not that i wanted. i really mean that. i would rather have no problems. every time we have a problem in the world, i do better. you have seen that. i go up. people view me as much stronger. hillary clinton waited until this afternoon to weigh in on the news across today using an
to comment onnn donald trump. >> it does appear to be an act of terrorism. ed --y how, i'm sure that investigation will continue. he says a lot of things that are provocative. makes defeating terrorism more difficult. for example when he says bar muslims to the united states, it to muslimsal elsewhere that we have to work with. ,hat kind of unpredictable dangerous rhetoric or and the policies that he throws out make us less likely to be as effective as we need to be. >> do you think donald is
qualified to be president? >> no, i do not. the kind of positions he is stating and the consequences of those positions and even the consequences of his statements are not just offensive to people, they are dangerous. this is a preview of the general election to come. the dynamics of donald trump and hillary clinton trying to use it against him. if they both continue, who has the upper hand? >> it is great to be with you today. you are right. this doesn't captivate what the fall campaign is going to look like. you are talking about an election that is going to pivot around national security issues. you have hillary clinton
sounding the traditional, serious diplomat and national security figure that she is and trying to use trumps impulsiveness against him. he is too risky of that. what you're going to have trump saying over and over again, making the argument that ronald reagan made about jimmy carter. do you feel safer now than you felt eight years ago? all of that kind of old-fashioned diplomacy. now, we need a different approach. is what more americans want to see. we want to see abject strength. >> i would not have agreed with you a few months ago.
watching the mood in this bernardino,r san after watching people that are not ideological players, people are going to say what's going on. people do have a fear that is not always addressed by the democrats. andld trump has filled in this vacuum. what donald trump has said is true looking back. intoelection will turn what happens between today november. i don't know who has the upper hand here. donald trump tweets at 6:00 nobody --ning, what any nominee would actually do.
all of that make and -- maybe considered a liability. he does not know that much about the world. it could be portrayed as ignorance but i don't know at this point. it is going to be a close, fought thing. >> i agree with you. warnedtrump has long that he would not hold back in his personal attacks against her husband bill clinton. he is already push things pretty far in the race. last night in a fox interview, donald trump took his bashing to a new level. while deflecting some of the accusations against him in a new york times article. look at what's clinton's gone through. >> how big an issue should that be?
at the new york times. are they going to interview juanita broderick? are they going to interview jones? >> and ray. -- rape. >> i think it could backfire. the rapefar as to play card. it is not false that there is an accusation. sayses straight there and in sydney waiting is a rapist. bill clinton is not running for president. hillary clinton is. try to tiep will them together but i don't think this is an issue that is going
to help him with women. and i think trump needs to be cautious in this area. any kind to give him of advice it would be to narrow the argument. the argument that he wants to make for hillary clinton is that in making theed women part of this target. monicaused her fire on lewinsky. she participated in objective by of women who were victims his power and. has engaged in this line of attack but if he is going to keep it up, it needs to be narrowed from his campaign.
said the campaign is willing to do exactly what democrats fear most, inflict damage on hillary clinton in the primary contest that he can't win. even if it bruises her for the general election. he is sharpening his rhetorical and saying that he will not quit. rally, sanders was aggressive in making the argument that he would be the better general election candidate then hillary clinton could ever be. nots americans we will accept a candidate for president like donald trump. candidatenot accept a who will insult mexicans and latin americans, a candidate who candidate whos, a
day, whoomen every insultsveterans, who the african-american community. our message to the democratic convention is that they want to defeat trump, and together we must defeat trump, we have the campaign to do it. >> is there anything clinton can do to put this race away? >> yes, there is. she can go and beat bernie sanders hanley in california and new jersey. throughthing that comes is there is still a sense of all the things he has done, all of
his aggressiveness, there is a question of how much longer he wants to go. after june 7. if he loses in those two big he is putting a lot of energy and effort, if you lost their -- there. to best thing she can do is go out there and beat him badly in that big state. the don't understand why sale is even. he cannot been -- be the nominee. my brainnnot get around is why there are not more figures in the democratic party stand upabeth warren and say, it is over uncle bernie. it is time to go home. this thing is over.
every time that you cement into undecided voters minds that hillary clinton might be corrupts, that she ended dnc is -- if she loses by lookingh, we could be at this moment. >> i think it will go down very well in the sanders campaign manager call him uncle bernie. i will say that part of the reason why people are hesitant of doing that, they know that hillary clinton needs asparagus of his. -- those voters of his. >> bernie sanders has ramped up his rhetoric. now there are people on the left that are not too happy about the
vermont senator's willingness to inflict damage. senator harry reid told the new york times that they think he is better than this. sanders will be just as whether he is the leader of quality based on how he handles this. he also wrote that sanders is suggesting the wind is being stolen by a corrupt establishment, and expression will be validated with his phony prediction is not to be true. some of sanders new critics have been tolerant of sanders staying in the race until this ugly turn. how difficult of a problem is it for sanders? it is an interesting question, nicole.
if you assume that, she is trying to gather leverage to change the democratic party. starts to lose allies on the left, he will lose allies that will be important than that. he could be doing himself real damage in times of trying to drag out the reforms. nicole: i think his leverage is on the downward side. he looks like he is being belligerent. turned, sheles are was a lot closer to obama. she started campaigning for him immediately afterward. they are experiencing more chaos in the democratic side then we
are on the republican side. something that i am very happy to say. is no doubt about this fact. i don't know if he is losing. if he continues to win contests and delegates, you cannot say that his hand is being weekend. a the other hand, there are lot of people who are patient that are saying hillary clinton campaigned all the way in 2008. what happens on june 8? what is bernie sanders posture then? next, a new fox poll that shows donald trump beating hillary clinton nationally. we will break down the numbers after this quick break. ♪
♪ nicole: it is time now for numbers. oute is a new fox news poll that showed three numbers. we will start with the first number and that is three. three is the number by which donald trump is leading hillary clinton. when of the think the pollsters love is when they do consecutive polls. we can compare multiple all. the last poll had hillary clinton up by seven and then previously by 11. i think there's something deja vu all over again here about what is happening here.
you have these early polls showing her with a lead. that had her poll head and now trump is ahead. >> three is the magic number. we can move on to the next number. it is still an important number and that number is nine. >> that represents the percent by donald trump is leading hillary clinton among women. the women part is very important .o we are trying to figure out the dynamics here. .onald trump leads by 24 points this is his natural constituency which is giving him believe that
he has here. waslast number you selected 83. >> it looks like a very strong number. that is the margin by which hillary clinton leads donald african-americans. 90% seems the highest number you could possibly have. there is an expectation that the democratic candidate would carry very strongly with that group. know what you would think. potakes this whole melting just a little bit harder to read.
>> i'm looking at these three numbers. i can't think about pop music reference for 83. i am struck by the number nine. he might be the next president of the united states beheld these numbers. >> if it plays out, yes that is what is happening. in terms of dealing with this. she is going to have to make the inroads there.
we expect hillary clinton to do well. isn't not right to ask the onident -- relevant question what the turnout levels is going to be? she could win by 83 points but she needs to get a lot of african-americans to turn out to make that matter? >> that is exactly right john. if it's a matter lower turnout. >> i want to go back to number nine. what is the firewall for clinton? what do they need to do among ?omen any goal i might offer you is
what has happened in other elections. this is unlike any election that we have had before. the important question is how are they going to get there? nicole: let me try with number three. do think that the campaigns are going to start recalibrating base on the fact that he is already ahead of hillary clinton in a few battleground states? are you surprised that those numbers have him ahead? surprised whens it showed the results of the battleground states.
.icole: joining us nownicole: thank you for being with us today. i wanted to start with today's news. we got the essence of donald trump. it was terrorism today. we have the error -- essence of echoingclinton politicians and responding a little later in the day. what do you think? >> you said it all right there. that is the two of them in a nutshell. we're going to find out the selection. do americans want to decide this or for america to act this early. are they still in a place where they can be a little bit more -- coolheaded? are we going to go with an animal instinct or our brain?
i think he found that this was the strength that people hungered for. i think people hungered for a degree of certainty. hillary clinton has always capturing and projecting a kind of passion that people can connect to. that is the wildcard that could propel past her at the end. we don't know anything. i think there is a real difference between george bush and donald trump? i'm trying to imagine george bush up at night tweeting. he was a much more reserved guy. nicole: he was the perfect combination of knowing what people were thinking and very
cognizant of the impact. i wouldn't use the word perfect but there was more of a sense of the responsibility of the office. i think that's a great question. candidate trump is a preview, what with ending for national security? let's talk about sex. [laughter] columnaken with your back on may 7. trump as thedonald proud nazario. i'm going to ask you a couple of questions.
>> we have had many candidates that run from a sexual past. there was no attempt to deny it. we have moved on from that point. so many candidates have spent so denying that kind of pass. it is interesting to see him not being penalized to this extent. >> a lot of people think it is crazy for donald trump to halt roxette will clinton. story,he new york times he is no less emboldened and brazen in terms of talking about bill clinton.
out?you see this playing >> yes he has had his playtime with many women. nature doestion -- not fit the ideal that people have. element.ing another he is painting hillary as the clintons enabler. he is challenging her can -- credentials as a feminist. he needs to make up ground with women voters. he practically has every white male in america to vote for him. nicole: i want to stay on sex. i feel like the one person who wasunder donald trump skin
who question the size of his pants. that is a great point because when you saw in these two days when he was talking about his beautiful, long fingers. he was showing what is important to him. columnes back to the that i wrote about. do we have a politician that got who was this candid about his reputation as a swordsman? nicole: i can't take it. [laughter]
the phallic imagery is getting out of hand. let me ask you. hillary clinton is standing on the middle of this. are is the way that jousting over these matters that we've been discussing? unfortunately, it is little bit boring. she is never going -- she's always going to be boring. people just -- disagree on how well she has done this. she has a stellar resume and the more she can keep people directing towards that, that is her big disadvantage over donald trump.
the full yet. but yes. he is going rogue. he is clearly angrier than he has ever been at any point. i traveled with him right before iowa all the way to super tuesday. see he is going through these stages. people started to write him off. schultz or mince comments may have set him off. you've been covering the republicans. how overjoyed is donald trump that bernie sanders is doing some of the work for him on
charges her ethics? is literally giving him some attack lines. credits bernie sanders for doing that. for trump, it is a way for him and his campaign to pivot to the general election already. bill has to fight off bernie sanders. he is focused on trying to go up against the machine that clinton bills -- has built. it is been described as a big promotion now. it depends on who you talk to. the mendacity will be continuing to work on a daily operations.
this shows who is really in charge. >> i had the same reaction when i read that news today. >> as you described it, you are right. he can do math. he understands what he is going to happen here. he is not irrational. the math is still the same and he must understand rationally that he is not going to do -- be that the democratic nominee. do think the clinical analysis is right? is there some deeper anger somerds hillary clinton #
deeper frustration where he is acting out now in a totally irrational way. >> i do think it is something deeper. his leverages what he was looking for, he was in a position to have that a couple of weeks ago. i don't think that the clinton campaign would have been unwilling to make some concessions to him. if he just wanted spots on the committees, there is a point that he could have had that. gone, thehat this has less likely he is going to get that. i do think we are starting to see and a burden of never hillary. i am a little surprised that this is going down. also i don't think we should
underestimate jane sanders's role. i think there is anger towards the clintons and how he is treated by the democratic party. is willing to mess things up for them for the sake of doing that. >> do you think there is a fear level? that is the four-legged stool. do you think there are divisions between them on what to do on june 8 if sanders loses california? do think there will -- everyone will be unanimous. or there will be splits? the question is are there any loud voices urging him to try and get out of this race in a rate away immediately after the results on that day? questions on how it could go.
if bernie sanders comes out on top in california, that would be reason for everyone to recalibrate their thinking about what senator sanders might do. is there anyone willing to stand up to the candidate himself? pat has urgedt three conciliation with hillary clinton and the democratic party . if they don't come back in a significant way, all bets are off. donald trump is using this time to his advantage. you are at a fundraiser now. you have chris christie running a transition process for him. let's start with the christie element. he is not running as a vice presidential pick.
they are just too similar. jump is going to look outside his inner circle, he is going to wanted to be someone who is going to add his former abilities in a general election campaign. it is going to be up to donald trump. he says he could make it tomorrow. he is unpredictable. to this looking ahead general election phase. this is the first public event is at.nald trump we will expect him to touch on topics.ds of donald trump has catching up to do.
his super pac supporting him are getting started from the ground up. -- they aret even making all those phone calls as we speak. he is trying to when it comes to the money game. intellectual -- influential conservative leader. said, feelround and the burn. this is an opportunity to peel off some of those sanders reporters that are furious at the establishment. nicole: we will be right back with jennifer jacobs after this. ♪
♪ nicole: like the earlier guests, our next guest knows the parliament of ukraine. jennifer jacobs, thank you for joining us. you know all things about the donald trump vice presidential vetting. how do you think this process will play out? itwho's in charge #obviously donald tmp. i don't think even he knows for his pick. he wants someone who wants washington's ways.
it could be john kasich. i think we know more now. there is a lot of chatter. campaign manager corey lewandowski is helping with that. clinton chief strategist is very much a participant in figuring out they are going to choose for the vice presidential candidate. there is also someone else that is consulting now. is -- who hasr experience. he knows what he's doing. we spotted him at trump tower. we know he is helping with the legal process. let me ask you this question. what is the current thinking on
what trump is mostly focused on. he says he wants a politician but it's his focus more on national security or a pick that is temperamentally sympathetic. do you have any insight into that? >> we were at trump tower and talk to several of the campaign aims. they have not figured out what they want to do. they may do something that is completely opposite of him. something that is completely of his likeness. this man has some real estate connections. he is considered someone who is not too deep into washington. thee has been chatter about u.s. senator from iowa.
other people say that seems kind of a stretch. she is a first-term senator. she does not have a lot of experience. we are hearing about newt gingrich, that he would be a good choice. be two clashing egos. everyone has different thoughts on who it could be. no one is certain about who will be on that short list. mentioned he who oversaw the sarah palin vetting. is there any talk about sarah palin? who have not heard anyone talked about sarah palin is a possibility. mccain's vice presidential betting. i'm not hearing anyone who would say she would be a top choice.
deeply do you think he got into the sarah palin's pass? everything i know about that i learned from you. collects i think everyone deserves a bit of mercy at this point. the last person he bedded was sarah palin. i know he wasn't responsible for that. thank you very much for that. we will be right back. ♪
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