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charles: he has to do it in new york. >> you are right. charles: i have to -- we'll papass you over to lou dobbs, keep it right here on fox news. lou: good evening i am lou dobb, donald trump unexpeedly clearing his schedule to focus on new york primary in lune -- in less than two weeks, cancels a friday press conference in california, a campaign spokesman confirming he will be campaigning throughout new york. part of reason that trump may be able to do that is because he is leing ted cruz and all of polls, in upcoming primaries states including new york. a brand-new field poll out of california shows trump with a 7 point lead over cruz. washington post poll out of maryland, showing trump with a
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10 point lead. over johkasich, cruz running third. this week, hardly have started better foror cruz, but his wisconsin win, has not produced momenm in any other state to this point. and new york is down right hostile to the senator from texas. the new york daily news covered, did not mince words with its front page, take the fu train, ted, and cruz trying not to necessarily win new york. but to try it block trump from winning 50% of the vote. and taking all of thetates 95 delegates. >> donald trump habeen supporting liberal democratic politicians for 40 years. i ha no experience with that. lou: i'll take that up with formerer chairman of republican party in south carolina. our guest, also,'ll talk about who is best candidate
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for jobs, the economomy, middle claswith the ceo of tea time -- tee time capital david sokol. and bernie sanders doubling down on hihis criticism that hillary clinton is not qualified d to be president. >> are you qualified to be president t of the united states when you raise millions of dollars f from wall street an entity whose greed, recklessness and illegal behahavior helped to doe stro destroy our economy. we'll get used to it fast. i'm not getting beaten up or lead about. we'l'll fight back. lou: i'll haveve will put report for you on the battle coming up. >> our top story, battle over new york, voterers, ted cruz, trying to win over religious voters to donald trump's home turf, , a lot of new yorkers still hold a grudge over the texas senators infamous quip
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about new york values, real clear politics polling average for new york shows trump with a 31 point lead over cruz, 31. fox news senior national correspondent john roberts in brooklyn with our report. reporter: running third in latest new york poll, ted cruz courteed -- voters, reminding voters that donald trump oncnce rubbed elbows with liberals. >> now, our friends in the medidia tell us that donald trump is unstoppable in new york state. oddly enough our friends in the media are comfortable with the new york liberal who is supported andrew cuomo and hillary clinton, and chuck schumer. for decades. reporter: the appeal to
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religious conservatives will nonot win a landslide, most jews in new york entify as democrats, cruz is trying to keep frump below 50% in new york, a threshold where he could take home all 95 delegates, but cz run into a buzzsaw of criticism over what he said at south carolina debate about new york values, including this new ad from kasich campaign. >> i think most people know what new york values are. >> i have to say, they are not iowa values, they are not new hampshire value, everyone knows what new york values are. >> ted cruz divides to get a vote, john kasich united. reporter: kasich is campaigning hard, encouraged by new polls in pennsylvania that show hehe is only republican that beats bernie sanders and buries hillary clinton. >> everyone now knowows we're going to -- a convention, delegates whcan win in the fall
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i am only one that is win in the fall. >> unbelievable. reporter: to collect majority of det gals narrowing, donald trump made his campaign moretatain stream, appointed paul -- who engineered president fo's over reagan to head up a new dc office, they will hold regular meetings with supporters to capitol hill. to beef up staff for final pu to california. sources close to the cpaign tell me that fact thatonald trump is beginning to hire washington insidessers, is a si of his unconventional style of campaigning is not getting him where heeeds to be. is is a little bit of a protesgoing on here at a ji john kasich, vepght event. let me continue what i was saying.
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donald tru has been bleeding degates from ted cruz, he needs to stop the glow of, that you about can h team in new yo get along with these washington establishment insiders, we'll fifind out. nohere -- i have not seen this before at a john kasich evevents, he is the kind of gentler candidate, they are tryi to shut him down, pretty soon they will get him out of here. interesting to seeim tryo sh down montel williams. stping out of the way. >> kasich. kasich. kasich. kasich. lou: they are shouting there. there is something spectacular about a antkinder protest. and in particular, trying to take on montel williams, who -- well, he is n likely to
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fail to hold his own against any number of protestors. >> kasich. rerter: it seems to be there was a fellow in here, who said heas undecided voter, he shouted as a republican, voter who was here. the republican voter started shouting back they knoeach her. just got into a dust up here. lou, it is really incredle ye ipolitics. here in the unitedtates and yoyou know, as they say, politics ain't beanbag, he in brooklyn it ain't. lou: andhrough out new yorork state, as senator cruz, and vernor kasich are finds out, great to s you, thank you so much, john rober reports from brooklyn. lou: tensions blairin flaring on dem greating de, hillary clinton, and bernie nders engaging in anll out war of rds over who is qualify or less qualified to be presidt.
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saers has momentum after his big wionsin win. but inton is maintaining a 10 point lead now in pls, in her adopted home state of w york. and it turns out that th candidates, don't kn how to ride the new york subway. that is part of the news tonight. fox ne chief white house correspondent ed henry with our hospit. reportrter: llary clinton and bernie sanders have been asting their btle is far more high mied and less negative than the reblican sparring match, today th broke to open warfare, over who is quali for p president, o is not. >> maybe the amerin people ght wonder about your qualificatio madame secretarary, you ved for the war in iraq, the most disastrous forgn policy blunde >> a silly thing to y, but i will tru the voters of new york who know me. reporter: she de the new york city subway, she trd to take the high ro after helping to spark fight by refusing wedsday to answer
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whether nders is qualify to be president. >> i think he has not done his homework, he had bn talking for mo than a year, abou doing thgs that he had not really studied or understood. reporteronednesday issue night, sanders escalated tha spat. >> i don't think that u are qualified if y get 15 million dollars from wall street, for youruper pac. reporter: clinton alli fired back, senator barba boxer tweeting, beie's attack,as beneath hi she is the most qualify rson to ever run for potu despe outrage, if you remind tape to 2008, hillary clinton and her husband, suggested en barack oba was not qualified to be president. >> i have saidhat senator mccainill bring a lifetime of experience the campaign, i will bring a lifetime of experien, and president obama will bring a speech
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ve in 2002. >> give me areak. this whole thing ia biggest fairytale. reporterit might seem like a fairytale for hillary clinton to ride bway to try to connect with average vers, she rarely close through the turn sles. >> it is so convenient, th best w to get around. rerter: that was also an efrt to poke sanders who got tripped up when he tried to sound li a every damon- every day,anhe used token, but they got rid of these years ago for me met cards. reporter: clintoa slam had le impact when she struggleed and did not appear tofamiliar with that metro card, yesterday in philadelphia, a hot c caught r fretting about an enthusiasm gap with or c crowd. >> we have to get energy going. rerter: campus upset, that when cbs news prsed sanders,
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sandy hookamilies for apologizing for -- lou. lou: getting ugly, ed henry thank you. >> bill clton stumping for his fe today in philadelphia. he was inripped by bla lives matter demstrators. which laed a several minutes, clint ripped those protesters saying they were defending very criminals who are killing the very lives they say matter. >> wait a minute. wait minute. now you are screaming. let's do another one. well, woe, woe. wait, wait. i want to deal with them all, come on. no. i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders, who got 13-year-old kids, hopped up on crack, and send
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them out on streets, to murder other african-american children, maybe you thought they were good citizens, she didn't. she didn't. you are defending the people who killed the lives youay matter. tell the truth. >> tell the truth, president clinton took a not so subtle swipe at president obama, saying unlike when hwas the president, a lot of things are coming apart aroundt world w, a few weeks ago clinton slammed when he called awful legacy of the last 8 years. well state of affairs not much better this europe. the illegal immigrant and refugee crisis turned violent today. clashes breaking out in greek border with mass don' macedonia dozens of people, were demanding borders be open. officials are giving some 11,000 refugees and immigrants
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two weeks to leave voluntarily. to move to arm built campsr they will be expel by force. vatican confirming this pope francis willeet with refugees on greek island next weekend,d, he has eurchle urged europeans to open their hearts and doors to refugees, more than a million have already entered europe, and chaos has ensued in a number of countries. >> we're learning more about how the fbi was able to crack that cell phone from belonginged to one of san bernardino terrorists. speaking at canyon college in ohio, james comey confirm they bought the technology. >> it is notot the case that i apple wrote software for the killer's phone it woululd be a t risk, any more than we're all at catastrophic risk now that the government has purchase a
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tool, , that allows court authorized access to the phone. lou: if it was that simple, why did fbi not buy it in february and avid a public month and a half long legal battle? comey asked about fbi a clinton e-mail scandal investigation. >> of fbi because wespire to, 3 things, honest, competent and independent, we're not perfect. i have stayed close to that investigation to insure it is gun that way weaker re-- to en hurry it is done that way,e have resources, there is no outside influence. lou: then, why then has the investigation already taken 8 months? and secretary clinton still has not been contacted for a interview. >> we're coming right back stay with us. >> it is really the way to win a state, ted cruz ubling
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down on his new w yoyork values insult. >> let's be clear the people of new york know what those vaes are. >> donald trumump is not having any of it. >> talking about new york values, hatred. with hatred of new york. >> cruz is not doing well in new york, trump is leading the polls in every upcoming state primary. we take it all up with former chairman of south carolina republican party evan -- van hip. >> and perfect driving conditions, except for a fallenen tree across a highway on a plieppe blind curve, we have results of what happens next on video after these important messages. stay with us. there are two billion people
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lou: our next guest senator cruz's new york values rememark is haunting g him now in new york. joining us former chairman off south carorolina -- republican charter van hip. i mean, ted cruz has locked into a i mean retribution itself for those inane remararks he made in your fair state. >> he is trying to finesesse it nonow saying he was the talking ababout cuomo and weiner and
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all, judging by reactionon, he got i dodon't think that is working, here is w what is interesting, the polls, he is running g third in the poll behind john kasich.h. and kasich is actualally his super pac is spending 7 figures to remind peoplele of new yoyork what he said about new york values. if trump can hit 50, and cruz comes in third. i think what happens in newew york could basically take away all momentum he had coming out ofof wisconsin. lou: he wanted tachieve was momentum coming out of the best performance he could imagine in wisconsin. and he has just run intoto a swamp in new york. it does, it all centers, rouound that unnecessary rememark he mamade, you know, trump is you know, generally crereditor blame for not following a script.
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it obvioious cruz regrets that one. >> yep, i was there, that of the fox business debate in north charleston, southth carolina, i could not believe it, that was trump's best moment in the debate, reminding pepeoplele how peoplef new york came together we were all l new yorks on september 11, john kasich h is helping trump right now with those ads, it will be a n next 12 days. lou: where kasich finishes i is basically immaterial. the trump strategy is important to him. do you think he is doing the right thing? not traveling to other states, who have contests coming up, some distance like california. that doeoes not do anything ununtil first week of june. but, focus on new york, is that a l lesson of wisconsin? >> i think h he has to do it, he sees this an opportunity to hit ththat 50, get on 95, if he does that, his people think
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they have a chance to get to 1310, i think if he gegets had 1187, they have a shot to pillll it off, bringing on papaul is a good move, he counted delegates for ford, and reagan, he did a g good job. he was lee atwaters businessss partner, sherobably should have been n onboard a long time ago. lou: what about the ground game? i would have thohought that trump learned his lesson watching whahat happeneded to hm in iowa without a ground game. it you comprehend why he does not want a g grounund operation. >> that is going t to be keyor generaral election, there are two weaknesses, his strength is message of bringing j jobs back home. lolou: he backed away from this for two weeks. >> that gott him to being front-runner his weakness has been two. i think had he addressed tried early y on he could have sealed
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deal. number one, lack of a campaign infrastructure. to capture people who want to get invovolved that includes delegatete selection process, no senator, septembe sinister motive afoot, they have e been in place for year, and second, data analytics, technology, he had the kind of technology that cruruz or kasich had, he would have won state like new york by 1 10 point points. lou: and you know, the support he has got, so many millions of voters, they have to be pullining their hair out, he refused to go there, it appears he is going ere. van, t talking about the analytics. get t out vote technologogy that republican party has failed to deploy and to have ready. van good to have you with us. >> lou great to be with you. lou: breakining news,
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spokeswoman for rudy g guliani said that former new york mayor will v vote for donald trump in the new york primary in less than two weeks. this, they s say, i love this, ththe jewel yawn ---- julian guliani people said not a official endorsement for trump but t he will vote for trump. he would like at left 50% in new yorkrk, vote in tonight's poll, do you believe tha repupublican convention shoululd considider only trump or cruz to be their nominee? cast your vote on . >> heart stopping moment out of australia, dashcam pipictures.
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lou: as a fi thoughts on democratic battle for presidential nomination, left engaged in a conflict. the democrats divided in what a deeper divide mortal contest within their party. hillary clinton taking sharp aim at bernie sanders. after hibig win in wisconsin. questioning whether the candidate is a democrat or understands the issues he is talking about. sanders feared right back. -- fired right back. >> secretary clinton appears to get nervous. she has been saying that she thinks that i am quote, unquote, not qualified to be president. i don't think that you are qualified if you get $15
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million from wall street through your super pac. lou: clinton, appears has good reason to get nervous, sanders moved two points ahead of clinton in latest national poll. and he is closing in on her with fledged ge -- delegates as well, he has 1030, and clinton has 1280, hillary clinton lead is 25% more pledged delegates, trump has 44% more than cruz. given sanders victories, clinton must hear echos of pounding theme of another senator who was gaining on her 8 years ago. yes, unset in new york -- an upset in new york is now possible, some say on verge of likelihood. sanders achieves a victory in
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new york that would change algogorithm forever clinton and democrats and throw the race for presidency wide open. our quotation of the evening, we should turn to socialism, he is a democratic socialist. tonight, quote from lady mark margaret thatcher, socialists cry power to the people, and raise a clinched fist as they say it we know what they mean, power over people, power to the state. >> up next, trump blasting ford over plans to build a new plant in mexico. who would be the best js president? i take that up with ceo of tee time capital, saved so col, he will join me near next.
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---- fore most could men. >> we don't have to go to recession but we do hahave to is under back this set of policies where we put so much weight on american business through regulatioion. administrative orders, the uncertainty of what is next, thing like yesterday, white house stops a merger that is legal under the tax law, a and changes the tax law. american was known as a country with a rule of law that people could dependnd on. alall of that affects where the economy goes. >> w where is business leadership here? we dean hear from chamber of commerce, and roround table or individual ceos about this treasure rule against inversions a as they are called. , had -- it seems whenen he breaks, he barack obama.
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>> and in n then when there something like this, stitill lent leadership in our business community. >> we have become a country that deals with politics through either destruction or division, business leaders are scared.. i i can't tell you the number of business dinners i had, say one thing, you shouldn't you say y that publicly, t the answr circumstance the government will come after me. that is a problem. lou: that t is say problem. and also, that means there is fear throughout the country. if our business leaders are scared of this administration. should is lawle in so many ways, whether immigration, or whetheher it is treaties not addressed as such. for example iranian nuclear deal that is a t treaty. but no one will whisper that word, that would require
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approval from the senate. it is and working men and women, they are scared too death, they have not had a pay raise, in real terms for 40 years, where are we going to musmuster courage. >> america i is -- second -- was built 3 premises. freedom, free enterprise, and human kindness. every one of these 3 pillors in our country are undnder attack, freedom, if you don't enforce the laws, i don't have anany issue with any hispanic person or any race to come in legally enforce the laws, if you change tax laws retro actively, all different things that government is try to try to socialize your society, takes away those freedoms issue free enterprise is under attack every day.
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we should not have class warfare. lou: we're watching warfare, you know, within the class. when you got the republican establishment. trying to stop donald trump trying to in some ways it appears to use ted cruz, as some sort of aool of deflection, so that someone else could be inserted. that is g.o.p. elites, the country is getng concerned. you talk about politics of destruction, and division. we're watching hbo put up the justice clarence thas dock you drama -- fantasy i think. lou: at rst possible time, i know this concerns.. >> you they are doing it on purpose, this getso civility we latest be we used to debate issues, we could have an argument, my dad was rural
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nebraskan, taught us to sit and discuss thins and argue over them, we could argue without being disagreeable, clarence thoma tom 1991, one of finest human beings. you know greatests judges, phenomenal background, accused by one person, uncorroborated to attack his person, left realized they could not attack his resume or his background, they found a person to make something up, a hundred other people testified on his behalf, he almost was not confirmed over that. lou: left still -- anita hill, you know she was absolutely dismiss by evidence and the testimony. and the hearing. >> now hbo says let's run a movie that is a fantasy, it is absolutely i have seenhe script, it is make believe. they are promoting a movie,
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they say this is an important issue of sexual harassment. we have to have a 5 about it that is not where they are doing it they are doing it apply pressure to conservative supreme court justice to see if he will resign so left could appoint a second. lou: we know him well. >> fabulous human being. lou: a terrific man, david, we have to call it here, you get lastord. >> if there is a movie, that should be aired it is about a president committing sexual harassment in the white house, that should not be aired either, hbo is doing society a disservice, we have to back to arguments and make them fairly, and the facts. >> it would be nice to see business leaders who have courage of davi sokol to stay what they mean. >> thank you, lou. lou: good to have you here. >> we're coming right back with a lot more to take up.
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stay with us. >> donald trump preparing for a contested convention, hiring seasons political operatives. will it deliver more votes? here next. >> and speeding away in a fannie car. -- fancy car, it might like to some like fun and games, but the driver of this mustang, gave it just a little too much gas, we'll show you what happens next here on "lou dobbs tonight." stay with us, we'll be right back. you've finally earned enough reward miles on your airline credit card. now you just book a seat, right? not quite. sometimes those seats are out of reach, costing an outrageous number of miles. it's time to switch... to the capital one venture card. with venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles every purchase, every day.
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from other can tent -- content, they will side with anyone, i don't think they are on the trump camp. mexico will come aft a u.s. presidential candidate in washington post -- side of mexico. these are interesting times. lou: one citizen up again government, washington post sees this as an act of courage byby the government of mexexico. >> nothing about it was surprising, they will take the side of mexico, they are very antitrump. lou: i don't mind that, but they are antireason, and ant antiproportion. >> lou, do you thihink they are ain't reason? lou lou: how in the hell could you say, they are standing up? against donald trump. those poor darlings. you show me a government that
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goes after 5 drug cartels that are runnings country, then we can talk about a profifile encouraged for mexican government. >> i, free with agree with that, i thk they were talking in a limitited cope. -- limited scope. talking about vicente fox, he is abrasive,nd he is going to be dealing with trump. lou: he is cowardly, he after agreeing to debate me o -- illegal immigration, and border security, did not do it. >> backed out. >> they are swapping out their ambassador here in washington with someone more aggressive. who will go on -- watch for him on sunday morning talk shows, he is being since up like a cartel hit man to go after donald trum trump. say thank you fobeing here,
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when he isis done, with character asisis -- assassination, he will try too build a case, you don't want donald trump because the mexico government is angry. lou: who would give the government of mexico oh, yeah and obama administration, government of mexico carte blanche to intervene in u.s. presidential politics. >> do we not acknowledge h how good this it for donald trump, he bolsters the argument t tha the world is afraid of a president t trump, i think this is a very good media political thing for donald trump. lou: ebb no. >> jusust as economy planned -- as mexico planned. lou: just as they planned. they b better get that checkbook reready. if ebony is right, gets that chececkbook ready. charles: i say good luckck, if he can get them to pay there are that. >> did you know ththat united states is participating,
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cooperating with government of tuninisia in building a 125 mile wall on the opportunitit -- tunisia border with libya, we're working that t the government to build d a wall. >> i think t the take away is clear. walllls work. and sooner the better, right in. >> well, w walls work, they have always worked. the obama administration believeve its will work k in tue -- tunisia to keepep terrorists in libya. they think a walall will work there 92. lou: ebony. you get last word. >> i did not know what chris was spspiking of, that is disappointing.
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>> disappointing. >> that is nonsense, i don't think that wall thing is most economic way to do it. lou: all right. >> those in tunisia don't think it nonsense. lou: we shall continue this soon. >> b but. >> driver of a ford mustang leavining an illinois car show, he put his pedal to the tal, he latest control, a fish tail, and a fender bender. crashing that anotother car, up next, patriots fans suing nfl.l. we tell you why. we will take the case up with attornrneys. they are nexext. for four years, you named it brad. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends, three jobs... you're like nothing can replace brad.
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lou: joining us now, two of the very best and two of my favorite attorneys, lis weihl, and rebecca good win. the aclu acerting itself once again. i don't even understand it. how they are suing the u.s. government over unreasonable bonds placed on illegal migrants in custody. >> it's very clear and established. the fifth amendment entitles
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aliens to due process of law and deportation hearings. but it's also well established bit spvment supreme court? 2003 that the due process of law does not mean they cannot be held while the deportation hearings are continuing. i'm talk out of one side and the other side of my mouth. lou: i have e never seen that happen. so there are laws to be held. but ththese are people who are n a proceedings. so they are deemed innocents until proroven guilty. lou: apriori, they are in the country without a visa. the person is picked up for murder you don't know that he killlled him. >> lou, you u have the right of innocence until proven guilty.
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lou: but you still have the right to hold them. >> what about to hold them unfairly. one of the people that they cite, a honduran hairstylist who has been held for three years because he can't afford a bond of $3,000. that's a lot of money if you are a honduran air stylist. lou: what is wrong with you attorneys and judges if you can't move a proceeding ahead. here's what i want to understand. we hear that so and so couldn't sue the government because they didn't have stanng. how does thehe aclu which is jut
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another non-profit, how does it get standing? >> they represent all of these people. lou: can't i sue the government because i'm representing all of america. >> you can. they will help you. if your civil liberties -- >> you will be doing fine. lou: seven patriots fans suing the nfl. >> they have no standing. the honduran hair standing. he has -- tear stylist, he has standing.
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lou: that's it for us tonight. pastor robert jeffers and ambassad john bolton with us tomorrowvening. good night from new york. kennedy: that music means it's time to start the show and end the week. i'm watching the democratic race and watching both brain dead fighters tap dancing in between wind mills. both candidate look likehehey are actually showing up to fight.t. the wisconsin showdown has tuturned into a throwdown as eah is trying to disqualify the other with a series of new barbs. >> s she thick i'm quote-unquote


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