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that one registered republican in the bronx a very powerful person. right now it's all about politician and lou dobbs. [♪] lou: good evening, everybody, i'm lou dobbs. 11 hours from polls opening in new york and the pivotal primary for republicans and democrats. frontrunner donald trump born and bred in the borough of queens web's looking to win 50% of the statewide vote. if he does, he sweeps the 95 delegates at state. >> you look at the people running, they couldn't care less about new york. we do care about new york. and we care about new york values. lou: new york values, a shot at
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ted cruz who hasn't been able to recover from his careless insult about new york values. but cruz keeps trying today. >> donald's own phrasing. let me be clear as i said many times. the people of new york. y'all have suffered under the left wing democratic policies that are forced on you. lou: we'll talk with dr. ben carson, ed rollins, michael goodwin, also tonight hillary clinton's week off to a bad start. her national lead over bernie sanders shrinking to just 2%. 50% to sanders' 48%. we'll have the full report on the far from settled democratic race. president obama under increasing
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pressure to declassify 28 pages of a congressional report that has been kept secret for 14 years. keeping secret the involvement to what extent of saudi arabia in the 9/11 attacks. americans want the right to sue saudi arabia but the president is opposed. our top story tonight, the fight for new york. donald trump poised to win big tomorrow, biments not taking any chances in his quest for the 1ers 237 dell -- for the 1,237 delegates. he is blasting what he says is a rigged delegate system. and he's set to do so at a rally in buffalo, new york. carl cameron is there with our
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report. reporter: donald trump's pushing toward a landslide in his home state of new york where 95 delegates are up for grabs. his goal is 80. >> the polls are what they are. they were beyond anything that anybody has seen. reporter: an average of recent polls shows the developer ahead of john kasich and ted cruz. on staten island trump raised the possibility of violence at the convention if he's not the nominee. >> i hope it doesn't involve violence and i don't think it will. but i will say this. it's a rigged system it's a crooked system. reporter: kasich suggested carping about the rules are something losers do. >> if it works with me i'll say it was a great process, if it doesn't, i'll probably say it isn't with donald.
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reporter: if he wins the nomination he may try to replace rnc chairman strikes priebus who asked the committee to not to change any rules. to win the nomination on the first ballot, trump needs to win 60% of the remaining bounds delegates. possible but not easy with cruz and kasich fighting him all the way. >> we have won five in a row, and donald is just set so he's throwing a fit. reporter: cruz outmaneuvered cruz in two states. cruz is now all but promising a floor fight at the convention. >> it's going to be a battle in cleveland to see who can get to a majority. i believe donald's highest total
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will be on that first ballot because donald cannot win and we don't want to nominate someone who is a loser in november. reporter: his critics say he doesn't have the political chops. lou: on the democratic side, both candidates working to overcome fumbles. hillary clinton trying to clear up confusion over her support of a bill allowing september 11 family to the sue saudi arabia. bernie sanders struggling to explain his tax returns that critics say reveal his hypocrisy. reporter: hillary clinton was in full damage control mode on whether she supports a bill sponsored by chuck schumer
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giving the families of 9/11 victims the right to sue saudi arabia. the candidate suggested she had not done her homework on the issue. i do try to learn what's at core of any question before i offer an opinion. reporter: an issue with special residents in new york. but bernie sanders may not able to capitalize base also came out in favor of the legislation after initially fumbling. >> you are asking me to give you a decision about a situation in a piece of legislation that i am not familiar with. reporter: the back and forth came as a top clinton advisor told fox they are confident of victory but nervous sanders closed this into single digit margin. sanders had over 28,000 people at prospect park in brooklyn.
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>> we want a government which represents all of us, not just the 1%. reporter: clinton played right into that narrative as pro sanders protesters showered her motorcade with dollar bills, symbolizing the fact that she was attending fundraisers attended by george clooney. even he admitted it was an obscene amount of money. >> the sanders campaign is right it's ridiculous we should have this kind of money in politics. reporter: sanders had taxable knock of 205,000. putting him in the top 5% and he only paid an effective tax rate of 13.5%. though he wants to raise taxes to pay for his programs.
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reporter: the clinton camp says sanders is getting desperate. we hear so much about the tension and division on the republican side and there is some where there. but it will be hard for these two democrats to come back together. >> it many obvious to us now. at the same time, trump is supposed to be the struggling young politician, if you will against these pros. and they are tripping all over the giving september 11 families. >> do you support the 9/11 families? let me study it. within a couple of hours of those interviews they said yes we are with the 9/11 families. but this late in the campaign to have political instincts that
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far off, it's pretty shocking. lou: the united states sending 200 more of our troops to iraq to help fight the islamic state. ash carter explained they will act as advisers helping to remove the islamic state from mosul. >> we want to do more because we want to accelerate this and get it over with as fast as we can. we are limited only by our own iny newt and our idea. lou: the -- we are limits by our own iny newt and our own ideas. lou: this is the first time our forces will be deployed at bat tallon level which means they will be closer to the front lines. in europe illegal immigrants clashing with police.
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riot police forced to use teargas as they tried to rip down a border fence. pope francis who frequently lectures the youth on immigration policy again demanding western nations do more. this weekend the pope made a provocative gesture. he returned to rome with three syrian families on board his plane. europeans are calling for no more immigrant to be taken. obama is taking 1,500 a week coming into this country. a lawsuit challenging president obama's illegal immigration amnesty fiat. justices were sharply divided. a formal decision in late june.
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if the high court deadlocks 4-4 within that would be a defeat for president obama because it would leave in place the lower court ruling blocking the president's plan to shield as many as 5 million illegal immigrants from deportation. even if the supreme court upholds the president's policy. a victory by trump or cruz in november could mean the president could rescind the fiat. donald trump disgusted with the gop's nomination process has a warning for the republican national committee. >> you are going to have a rough july at that convention. you better get going and straighten out the system. reporter: the rnc rules committee meets this week. what will they do.
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this james bond stunt man calls his latest stunt a leap of faith and the craziest, most dangerous thing he has ever done. stay with us. we'll be right back.
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lou: donald trump looks to do very well according to the latest polling. an emory survey shows trump with 55% support in the empire state, 34 point ahead of second place kasich. morning call poll showing trump 50 point ahead of kasich. pennsylvania votes next week. joining us tonight, former reagan white house director to ronald reagan and michael goodwin. these new polls only add to what we have been watching. trump looks very strong. >> trump will have the biggest victory of anybody in his home state. if he's anywhere near that 53%, 55% number. you have got to get 20% in a congressional delegate to win a
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delegate. i think he will come close to winning them all and may win them all. you have got to get 20% or you don't get anything. lou: cruz is well under it at 15%. >> i'm surprised how little the polls have changed. this is roughly what it was two weeks ago. so all of the time that cruz and kasich spent in new york didn't change anything. lou: one thing that isn't change here is the narrative. trump is going after the rnc with his anti-establishment message because the rnc is just playing straight into his hands, trying to disenfranchise voters. stripping away his delegates. your reaction?
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>> smart strategy. i dates agree with you and disagree with him. these things are all set up in advance. everybody gets to participate. we didn't argue when the iowa caucus was taking place. they don't pick them until june. lou: i would argue with you, that's what you get. >> it's your show. but the reality here it seems to me is you have got an rnc making ugly noises. the chairman has not been neutral. the man running the convention is paul ryan, the speaker of the house, and he's not been neutral. he's anti-trump.
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you can sugar coat this anyway you want to. this an anti-establishment running the republican party that is anti-trump. >> i go back to the one that was anti-reagan. he almost won it. lost by 117 votes. trump has a plurality of the votes and delegates an has a shot at winning this thing. i don't think it's a bad strategy to be attacking the rnc. but i think the weird federal system, we let states pick and choose their own ways of dos doing this. lou: you have the rnc chairman saying the majority, that's the american way. 1,237 as he dismissed a million voters in colorado and preside over a convention that's rigged.
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>> there is a bunch of conventions the parties themselves choose. lou: i understand. but it's hypocrisy to talk about the majority where it comes to 1,237. >> nobody has a majority of votes or delegates. lou: i quite understand. but i would like to see the american people have a voice in this. particularly the american republicans, wouldn't you? >> i'll try and give it to them right now. the point about the state parties, we are seeing with the state parties is this is its own corruption. imagine the new york legislature which we are also familiar with, how corrupt they are. why should we think the state parties anywhere -- they only want democracy when it elects their person. they are happy to one man, one vote, one time idea. so i think that's what's going on here.
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lou: is it going to get straightened out? >> probably not. i'm reading a terrific book on the '76 book on the reagan revolution. both of them were doing it. you would have the primary. > lou: one of the things that drives me crazy is both parties start talking about voter disenfranchisement. and what is happening in the democratic party -- >> with the superdelegates. the rules are the way they are. i think we ought to have a regional primary where the first tuesday every month -- lou: the rnc approved the deals all these state parties came to. >> each state basically consider they have to go to the legislature.
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legislatures have to say the democratic party -- it's a complicated system. lou: i wonder why it is complicated. >> these are all politicians. every one of them, up and down the line. they are all trying to get theirs. why should we assume that the political class in colorado is any better than the political class in new york or new jersey or connecticut? and that's -- they are serving themselves. >> it am not going to change before this convention. lou: it may not. but i like the fact a lot of lights are being shown. >> no one has thrown more rocks at the rnc than you have. lou: michael, thanks for keeping us company. be sure to vote in tonight's poll. are you shocked that 15 years
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after september 11 the u.s. government has kept secret the full extent of saudi arabian involvement in those terrorist attacks to whatever degree? cast your vote on twitter @lou dobbs. and follow me on instagram. links to everything where are there. a hollywood stuntman showing off -- whoa! my goodness. look at that. i don't care how that was done. that's just crazy. you have got a lot of faith in the fella who yelled jump.
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he back flips over that formula race car. he was going 60 miles per hour. he served as a stunt double to daniel craig's james bond in "sky fall." have you noticed the president is prioritizing saudi arabia over the families of september 11 victims? >> if we open up the possibility that individuals in the united states could routinely start suing other governments, then we are also opening up the united states to being continually sued by individuals in other countries. lou: isn't that a fascinating piece of logic? that's the subject of my commentary next. they say that in life,
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lou: a few thoughts on what seems to be happening in this country. a media so by ast or an administration that has soham strung our military that vladimir putin dispatched russian jet fighters to buzz your navy's guided missile destroyer in the ba baltic sea. administration response to cluck about it. also in baltic sea, a russian jet fighter flu flew within 50 feet of one of our spy planes. administration's response, there was some whining about unsafe, unprofessional conduct of those russian pilots. so what did secretary of state kerry do? he condemned it, adding it
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could have been a shoot down. you can imagine vladimir putin, still procter trembling. he then set out more jet fighters to do act -- acrobatic stunts around one of our spy planes, president obama did not even bring it up with vladimir putin during a phone call today. i do expects that those pilots of ours would like to have a commander in chief who would order them how to show russians how a barrel roll should really look. our civi civilian leader is more corporate. it is weakness. not only to our adversaries
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but our pilots, sailors, soldiers and marines. also failed to punish, ran for defying a plastic missile test ban after last year's deal. expm now the administration refused to declassify 28 pages of the 2002 congressional inquiry into the 9/11 attacks. it mind-blowing, president instead is threatening to veto legislation that would allow americans to sue the saudi government for any role officials played in the attacks. saudi arabia threatened united states with a sale of hundreds of billions of our bonds and securities. a president of principal would release of page of that
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report, in the face of the saudi threat, tell them to go to hell, and to their worst in the markets. president, should without question, in the face of those saudi insults and threats, condition sell his trip to -- cancel his trip to saudi arabia on wednesday. but president obama will not. we know that. and sadly the only real question, is how deeply will our president bow when he meets with king salman? this one from british conservative nigel lawson. said, to govern is to choose. to appear to be unable to choose is to appear to be unable to govern. we're coming right back. >> dr. ben carson said g.o.p. elites will pay a high price if they mess with trump delegates at the convention. >> those millions of people that donald trump has brought into the arkansas reason
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arnott -- arena not going to say there. >> are g.o.p. wise enough to listen to dr. ben carson and donald trump? dr. ben carson will join us here next. >> a zookeeper was killed last week in palm beach, florida, but in toronto a zoo goer is far more fortunate as she does the unimaginable, her story and video when "lou dobbs tonight" continues after these messages stay with us. if you take multiple medications, a dry mouth can be a common side effect.
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lou: joining us tonight, retired neurosurgeon, dr. ben carson, who has endorsed donald trump, it great to have you with us, let's get straight to what is going on with rnc, it seems it insists on taking out, an anti-trump opposition on just about every piece of rhetoric that ib ensues. >> it seems like they may be tone deaf. if you go back to the beginning of this political season, the people were so frustrated because the political class, establishment, seemed to be controlling things, not really listening to the people. and election after election, people have sent what they thought were solutions to congress, and nothing has changed. people are incredibly frustrated.
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it seems that the rnc and political establishment, republican party will be paying attention to this, and last thing they would want to do is to give the image of thwarting the will of the people, if they do, that it will cause immense resentment they will throw the election. lou: it is -- they are playing with fire, they seem to be almost delighting it seems, some of them, among those elites some donor class, here trump has brought in now used support him -- you support hip him, you are bringing in more people, the tent is getting bigger, and wider. and it is like some fools just want to reject an expansion of the e-- election rat that wants to support a republican candidate for president.
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>> it is amazing. i was flabbergasted by number of people who assault say, i have never voted, i never registered and i first contributed -- i have never contributed, but they are doing those things they are excited, those people will go back, they won't do anything if thigh til they feel their will has been thwarted. i hope that political establishment with understand that and recognize this is not a matter of who you like or dislike. this is a matter of our children, our future as a nation, we're on the precipice of decides what kind of nation are we going to be. are we going to be like all other nations in world that believe all their rights and privileges emanate from the government. do we have the same kinds of principles they had that allowed us to go from no where
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to pinnacle of the world in record time, are we willing to throw that away for political correctness? lou: are a few elites willing to? you know, wonderful thing is, you and donald trump, i mean, i said it here, many times, trump if he accomplishes no other thing. the way in which he has smashed through political correctness. you know, of those who you know prize you know, well, over just truth, you know he has done an amazing thing for this country, and good news is, i got a hunch it is only starting what do you think. >> he is also you notice, talking a lot more about we the people, rather than me the candidate. i think this is a very good move, a good tact, it is sincere, i talked to him, he really does care about what is
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happening to the country, so, i am optimistic that american people will recognize what they have to do. they have to do now is come out and vote in massive numbers. so they can overcome the rnc, and the political establishment they can make it so dramatic no amount of meddling will be able to interfere with the will of the people. lou: we're hope you are right, dr. ben carson, you have a good track record, thank you. >> good luck tomorrow. >> thank you, lou. absolutely. lou: what do you do when your hat falls into a tiger's cage? this is unbelievable. she jumps in to retrieve her hat. this woman -- what in the world is he thinking? i can't even bin to imagine.
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lou: you are getting a lot of a tension now at your spring meeting, everyone waiting to see what the rncking do, -- rnc will do. is that a fair statement? >> not really. i doubt they will see much change in the rules. the rnc rule committee at-this-point in the contest doe does not have an option to change the rules, we can only change them through the convention committee. lou: they do not convene until weekend before the convention, correct? >> it comes in week before, yes, start that tuesday the week before the convention starts. lou: by time you get there, you are going to have a lot of a lot of understanding of what the -- the membership if you will, members want to see happen. a lot of people are worried about the make up of the
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various committees, who will there be there make those decisions. and a lots of talk is that, cruz has a bigger reputation but he has fewer delegates at-this-point. than trump. and that trump will be under represented. how concerned should people be about that. >> i don't think that is going to happen. ruling committee -- rules committee made up of one man one woman. those delegations are dominated by trump people, because, donald trump has so far won 23 to 24 states we'll see what happens in next week. but by time it is all over he probably would have bun close to 30 -- won close to 30 states that means that rule committee members from these states are likely to be trump
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supporters, there is one or two examples where cruz campaign was able to able to get their own people in their slots, but for the most part the trump team will prevail. lou: when example are you referring to? >> i believe in michigan. lou: let me, there are some concerns about louisiana and also well georgia. as well. there are a couple of other states in there. let me turn to rhetoric that is emanating from both speaker of the house who'll running the convincetion. -- convention and reince priebus, the rhetoric that has emanated from the rnc and ryan has been anti-trump, hostile to millions of voters who support him. the rnc should be -- i am just, i don't understand why, they are not more welcoming,
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of all of the millions of folks he is bringing in. and why they are not being more neutral as they would think just professional i want to be with trump. >> i don't think they have been hostile to donald trump. i know that donald trump i heard him today against say that rules are a sham, and twisted. against him. but donald trump is so far won 37% of the votes in the republican primaries. more than anyone else, but he now has 45% of the delegates, it has not treated him too badly. >> but that disparity, is also explained in large measure by win or take all states where you see inflated result, with boosts his delegate count because of the winner-take-all. >> yes that is true. lou: right. >> and there is more winner-take-all stating to come, at least, the winner of a state, state wide contest, is going to get the majority
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of those delegates from each state, in many states as in maryland, pen pin, new york they are -- pennsylvania and new york they are decided in individual congressional districts. >> let me ask you, really quickly. two quick questions, one is. the neutrality of the rnc, and the fact you feel he has 45% reputation on rules committee. >> that is where he stands right now. lou: today, you think that is where he would be? >> i think that is probably going to hold fairly accurately, somewhere there in that range. >> and how concerned should trump supporters, millions of them be about fact that speaker ryan made it blister ingly clear he does not like the agenda of donald trump and he is creating his own some i heard that as well, but you know. >> rnc rules committee, is not going to change the minds of delegates on the floor they
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will vote way they already committed. and most delegates are committed for one ballot in maryland, where imwe're committed for two. so, it is only in if goes to multiple ballots have you shifting, the rules committee or the rules themselves do na do not affect how individual dill gatz -- delegates vote. there sinc isn't anything in the rules to change that fact. >> right. those 4 convention committees will be important. >> they will. lou: as john sununu taught us in 2012. >> he did. lou: louis pope we appreciate you being here. we hope your view is followed by destiny. >> enjoy the process.
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radio talk show host. and much more. rebecca. who do you think that trump will do strong do well in new york tomorrow? >> i think there is no doubt, but, what i am going to watch tomorrow with new york primary on republican side, is how many of these congressional districts does donald trump -- 50% in he gets all 3 delegates. than happens if he gets under 50%, he could lose to 20 or 30 delegates tomorrow that would be a big deal. lou: do you think that will happen? >> i think it is possible. i have seen some -- >> do you think it is likely? >> yeah. i do think it is likely. lou: mark what do you think. >> well. >> maybe not 30, but i could see from 15 to 20. >> all about turn out.
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you know, same thing for hillary too, if he gets a big african-american turn out that helps her, big millennial turn outs helps bernie sanders. bernie sanders could pull this off, you never know. lou: spring rnc meeting underway, and rebecca, what did you think of louis pope, are you comforted and relaxed now? >> that was a very interesting interview. i noticed hig notice he down laid the meeting that rnc will have in florida, convention rules commity and any changes they could make to rules. the fact is that once the convention rules committee meets in cleveland they could decide to up hold -- >> katy bar the door. >> they could have one or more states to be nominated that be a big deal for someone like john kasich.
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>> they keep telling you, you should have known the rules, any time you hear you should read the fine print, you are a used war salesman. lou: what do you think of a party that says too bad, this is the way it is, it 2016, we've been doing it like this for 20 years, it does not count what people think now. >> and it is read the fine print, watch that paul ryan, every time he says he is not running for something, he has the job the next day, he said that with speaker of the house. lou: that was 3 weeks. >> okay 3 weeks. lou: thank you so much, we'll have a lot of fun tomorrow watching the election. donald trump, holding strong numbers, and hillary clinton, just above bernie sanders. it will be interesting. be with us if you will, 7 p.m. our election coverage begins tomorrow night then. >> 95% of you said that political sim is rigged gain
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the antiestablishment candids like trump and sanders, fox's andrea is among our guests tomorrow, join us, good night from new york. kennedy: hello welcome to the week, i watched that myopic george clooney trying to dig himself out of a stank trench of political corruption where he caught all kinds of flack. bernie boosters made it rain. pelting hillary clinton with real money as she drove to his mansion.


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