"strange inheritance." thanks so much for watching. and remember -- you can't take it with you. nicole: breaking news this morning, take the deal or live with obamacare. president trump lays down ultimate uim to house republicans, we will have reaction and analysis. good morning, i'm nicole petallides. lauren: it's friday, good morning, everyone, i'm lauren simonetti. the president say ifs this bill fails, he's ready to move on. does that mean taxes will come sooner than expected? that's a big question. stock market reaction falls six days in a row. we areebounding this morning. up 44 points. nicole: nikkei up nearly 1%.
lauren: oil prices four days in a row. 47.93. nicole: bombshell. may be new evidence showing the obama administration spied on the trump team. we will have the story and reaction. lauren: would you pay for a premium version of twitter? the company sure hopes so, we are going to explain. nicole: in sports, oh, oh, another bracket buster xavier upsets arizona but the number one gonzaga grinds a close win against virginia. we will have the highlights. lauren: friday 24th of march. we welcome you to fbn:am. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. nicole: white house budget director mick mulvaney says if the bill fails the president is ready to move onto other issues
like tax reform. this comes after republican leaders delayed a vote yesterday after failing support from the freedom caucus to pass the bill. white house secretary sean spicer on the -- congressman a freedom caucus member was on tucker carlson tonight says it's going in a better direction. >> i remained undeclare sod that we maximized our capability to influence the bill in the right direction up until the very end and so i have to leave it there, but i will tell you that i'm proud, i should say i'm grateful for the freedom caucus and their willingness to go after it as long as they have. nicole: we will bring you the healthcare vote and it'll be
live when it happens. lauren: for more on this, brad blakeman. good morning, brad. >> good morning. lauren: would the healthcare bill ever become law? what are the chances that they can pick it up later, would they pick it up later in. >> they have to, obamacare as it exists is doomed for failure. it must be dealt with within the first four years of the trump presidency, there's no choice. it does fail, how are they going to attack it, is it going to be done peace meal. nicole: how about four hours, because you have an election? >> exactly. i think it's the will of the house and the senate. certainly they have just this year to get done because they're not going to do it
before the next midterms because there's two radioactives, they would have wait until the midterms are over, seeing where the chips fall and if republicans -- nicole: sounds like it's 2017 or nothing? >> basically, yeah. lauren: that's something what chris said last night, if you're going to fail on this one, fail fast and get it over with and move on. >> right, again, what do they move onto, the omb director signaled that taxes would be the next step. what is it missing? >> what it's missing, there's too many government mandates. they want a true-market base insurance for health care. that's easier said than done because obamacare has to be wound down and there's got to be some government intervention and oversight and buy-in, why? because so much of the budget, it concerns federal health care, so health care with regard to the government, they are a
consumer of health care such as they are a regulator. lauren: today we expect about 7:00 o'clock this morning the rules committee to set the terms for debate on the floor for this. what are the chances that the cbo can come in, let's say they can write a letter to speaker ryan saying, okay, it's expected that health people -- people getting health insurance will save money? i mean, can they throw a bone in some way? >> well, i think they've already thrown bones in direction of moving this bill forward. remember, this is the beginning and not an end. once the house votes on it it goes to the senate. the bill is going to be entirely different in the senate. if the senate were to pass the bill, it would have to be recock sieled the house and senate bill today. we are far away from the end product. what we need to go is get the house to at least agree to pass this bill knowing that there's many opportunities to negotiate the final bill. lauren: got you.
brad blakeman, former adviser to president george w. bush. thank you. >> thank you. nicole: how closely are the markets watching the health care vote in good morning, craig. >> good morning, how are you? nicole: i'm doing great. first of all, we had the dow go over the unchanged line, down six days in a row and now we get a pop. what do you think? >> i think the markets are quite clearly paying very close attention to how this bill passes, we saw in the week markets took a quite sizable dip, we saw some of the biggest losses we have seen. nicole: if it fails today how big is the selloff in. >> not necessarily that big. it's not necessarily that big certainly because what we've heard the reports are suggesting that they will move on to the next thing which is tax form and this is what markets want to see, they want to see deregularuration.
if we move on from the health care to this, it's awry leaf. nicole: exactly. the -- lauren: how are other parts of the markets responding to this gridlock we are seeing in the house among the republican party? >> well, initially there's been a bit of a surprise because we bought with trump getting on the measures, many people that support particularly the stimulative measures, i think those are an idea that with the republicans getting house and senate that they would be force with thicks that they may not necessarily agree with because ultimately that's what got donald trump elected. it seems like the first being the healthcare bill and immediately there is problems and donald trump is learning what the difference is between business and politics and i think there is a bit of a concern for people because if he's going to struggle this much
to get the obamacare overturn, something republicans all agreed on, how is he going to deal with things like fiscal deficits, for example? nicole: senior analyst in london. thank you. >> thank you. lauren: a smoking gun that friewfs obama administration spied on the trump transition team and possibly on trump himself. a source telling fox news' james rose, in that the house intelligence committee will get that information this week. representative devin nunes who heads the house intelligence community was on hannity community explaining why he briefed president trump about some of the communications that may have been picked up by u.s. intelligence. >> to me it's clear that i would be concerned if i was the president and that's why i wanted him to know and i feel like i had a duty and obligation to tell him. as you know, he's been taking a lot of heat in the news media and to some degree, there are some things that he should look at whether in fact, the collection was proper or not.
lauren: president trump accused president obama of wiretapping him in a series of tweets, there is no evidence supporting that allegation. nicole: top democrat in the senate says he will oppose trump's choice for highest court. senator chuck schumer speaking on the senate floor, he will lead a filibuster to block the nomination. >> after careful deliberation, i have concluded that i cannot support judge neil gorsuch's nomination to the supreme court. his nomination will have a vote and he will have to vote 60 votes for confirmation. my vote will be no and i urge my colleagues to do the same. nicole: schumer says gorsuch, quote, almost instinctively favors the powerful over the weak. senator also criticizing gorsuch
for refusing to answer most of their questions on how he might rule on the high court. lauren: authorities in london say they have made two more significant arrests in connection with wednesday's deadly attack. they have identified a 52-year-old britain as the man behind the rampage. police say that khalid masood had convictions. isis claiming responsibility for the attack saying masood was one of its soldiers, meanwhile the number of victims has risen, a 70-year-old man died of wounds yesterday, thousands of people have gathered for a vigil to honor those victims. nicole: taking a quick look at the markets right now. we haven't seen selling like that since before the election. today a different picture. we have up arrows, s&p up 3 and
the healthcare vote today, if it doesn't go through, moving onto tax cuts. lauren: oil rising for the first time in five days, 48 and gold this morning is trading around 1200 and $45 a troy ounce. nicole: twitter is considering charging a fee for a premium version. twitter says t looking into a new more enhanced version of tweet deck and that is the account management app that twitter acquired in 2011, it helps professionals navigate twitter. up to now twitter has offered platform supported by advertising but user-base has hurt, no word on how much twitter would charge in subscription service. lauren: are you interesting in that? pass the healthcare bill or we are stuck with obamacare. >> the president has made that case to members throughout the
spectrum of the republican conference and tomorrow it's time to vote. lauren: what's the timeline for a vote. we have a live report from griff jenkins in washington. a little bit later, you better check your brackets, xavier upsetting arizona. we will have highlights for you, you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breakingews. bp developed new, industry-leading software
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lauren: busy friday. 5:15 in new york. president trump issuing ultimatum demanding vote today on obama replacement bill win or lose. if it fails he's done with health care and we will move onto tax reforms. republicans may be listening. the vote could happen this afternoon. sources tell fox news there's a potential smoking gun that proves the obama administration spied on the trump transition team. classified intelligence leave no doubt that the obama administration used the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on then president elect donald trump. that intelligence could be
produced in the coming days. well, twitter is looking at new ways to generate revenue and is considering a paid membership service. the premium version would be aimed at heavy users and would offer enhanced version of tweet deck. we are seeing a pop today. nasdaq futures up a quarter of 1%. nicole, that's a look at what's happening now. nicole: thanks, lauren. more on the battle of healthcare bill. let's go to fox news' griff jenkins good morning, griff. >> good morning, nicole, no more talking and time to vote. that's the message with frustrated effort to get republicans on board to repeal and replace obamacare once and for all, throws down the ultimatum, sean spicer weighing in on the o'reilly factor last night. >> the president has been working the phones and in-person
meetings throughout the date. his team is up and down on capitol hill, here at the white house. this is an opportunity for people who have waited for years to see obamacare repealed and replaced and the president has made the case through members of the republican conference and tomorrow it's time to vote. >> the stakes couldn't be higher for president trump and speaker paul ryan who have worked tirelessly to bridge the cap of freedom caucus and moderate party. >> it's collapsing and its failing family and tomorrow we are proceeding. >> but it appears there's still lacking enough yes votes, at least they were late last night. republicans can afford to lose only 22 votes within their ranks and members says he hope they can still get there. >> we have to be able to get to
yes and that's the difference between being in charge versus opposition party which we played in the past. voting no is easy but governing and getting the yes is difficult and we are all going to have to make that decision on our own. hopefully we can get there. >> the magic number to watch for today is 216 to pass the bill. it would be a monumental achievement for the president and if he fails, as you said, nicole, he will move on to the next thing but it will be a very big setback for him. nicole: all right, griff, there are some people who think it'll be well on its way. so we are just going to have to wait and see. he worked hard to get this one through. lauren: coming up in sports, another bracket buster, xavier upsetting number two arizona to move onto lead eight. number one gonzaga grinds up a close win against virginia. julian assange and wikileaks releasing the ways the cia hack intoed apple iphones and computers but apple says, don't worry, we are going explain that one.
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stocks we are watching today. shares tumbled more than 11% in extended trading. said it plans to close at least 150 stores. the news comes, more consumers just go online to download games. a different story for micron technology. the stock rallied more than 10% after the chip makers beat street estimate thanks to strong demand and higher prices for its memory chips. lauren: wikileaks has released new documents that shows how the cia infected devices over the past decade. the methods are hard to detect and they can remain on a mac even after the hard drive is erased but security experts say there's nothinnew in the documents and apple said the flaws were fixed in all macs launched after 2013 and the iphone problem was fixed as well with the release of iphone 3g back in 2009. nicole: it is time for sports,
check your brackets, ncaa men's tournament. arizona against xavier, former wildcat steph curry. xavier not letting down. there it is. under a minute to go. tied to 71. gets the bucket. xavier up 2. a 3-pointer, is it good? and no good. xavier pulls off another big upset. bill murray was there cheering for his son. his son is an assistant coach. oregon versus michigan. this one also a nail-biter. the great move. oregon is up 1.
last chance for michigan. puts up the 3, but it is short and oregon pulls to elite 8. 69-68. gonzaga on the run. drill it is 3-pointer and take the 2-point lead. goes for the tie, air ball. gets a second chance but that is short. gonzaga goes onto win it. the one game that was never in doubt kansas and perdue. second half, vick takes it for the dunk. slow-motion. isn't that beautiful? [laughter] nicole: in the blow-out, 98 to 66. lauren: this was amazing, that was beautiful to watch. coming up, deal or no deal? the president hands republicans
ultimatum, pass the health care bill or live with obamacare. some in the freedom caucus, they still want to negotiate. >> i've remained undeclared so that we maximize our capability to influence the bill in the right direction up until the very end. lauren: we will have the latest on the situation. would you pay for premium vshes of twitter? the company hopes so. we will have that story. it's been an awful week. dow 208 points this week. seeing a rebound this morning. up 4 on the s&p 500. if you look at financial sector really taking a beating this week, first week in 15 months. crew is at 48.03, rising for the first time in five days. later on today, we do get the weekly baker hughes oil rig count. that's what's on task for today. you're watching fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news.
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lauren: breaking news this morning, take the deal or live with obamacare. we will have reaction and analysis for you. good morning, i'm lauren simonetti. nicole: good morning, i'm nicole petallides. the president say ifs the bill fails, he's ready to move on. does that mean tax cuts will come sooner than expected? >> u.s. stock market futures are showing up arrows, more than 40 points. lauren: you're looking at asia, nikkei in japan gaining 1% and shanghai composite in china gains two-thirds of 1%. nicole: oil prices falling three quarters of a percent. and now 48.05 the barrel
gaining. lauren: james rosen saying there may be evidence of smoking gun showing the obama administration did spy on the trump team. we will have that story. nicole: would you pay for version of twitter? the company hopes so. lauren: number one rank ganzaga grinding up a close win against virginia. check your brackets. nicole: 5:31 a.m., friday. welcome to fbn:am, first look at morning markets, breaking news and what to expect for the day ahead. lauren: president trump wants the house to vote on the healthcare bill today. white house budget director mick mulvaney says if the bill fails, the president is ready to move onto other issues like tax reform this comets after
delaying vote yesterday. white house press secretary sean spicer on the o'reilly factor last night. >> when every one of the american people not only the bill that we put on onli days ago, if you watch the debate take place and watch the vote go down. lauren: freedom caucus member was on tucker carlson tonight saying it's going in a better direction. >> i've remained undeclared so that we max mice our capability to influence the bill in the right direction up until the very end and so i have to leave it there but i will tell you i'm proud -- i should just say that i'm grateful for the freedom caucus and their willingness to go at it as long as they have. lauren: stay tune to fox business all day today, we are going bring you the healthcare vote live as soon as it happens. nicole: so what this happen with this bill?
political analysts, good morning, carry, thank you for joining us. >> good morning, ladies. nicole: some say it's 50/50. >> it's much better alternative to obamacare. it allow it is private sector to determine pricing, i think it's going to save consumers a lot of money so i want to see this pas and i am proud of president trump and speaker ryan for putting their election, you know, the antibromance aside and saying we are going to pass this. lauren: if it doesn't, what does that mean for speaker ryan? >> it is a blow, certainly. it's not something that you can't recover from. they can make more tweaks. lauren: what are the sweeteners thrown? >> there are more moderate republicans and then there's the freedom caucus, they have more tensions on both sides. that's what politics is, it's about compromise. they have given more flexibility
to the governors to make medicaid more in control of the governors so they can put in work requirements, for example, they can determine the structure of the healthcare plans, for example. on the more moderate side, they have done additional changes, just making sure that people are going to have high-risk insurancpools so that there's o tt has preexisting conditions who is not going to be covered in the future. nicole: we heard one to have members undecided until the very end. so it really shows that there is some uncertainty and it's not necessarily a no, may vote yes at the en. tell our viewers, what should they watch today, what numbers are they looking for as they are watching today? >> sure, they only have 22 -- if you have more man 21 members who defect, the bill is dead on arrival. that's the key number here.
there's a lot of fighting about that because conservatives and people who believe in free market, for example, myself, i would argue that the projections of cbo are flawed because they overestimate the government's ability to, you know, reduce pricing, but, you know, they underestimate the ability of the private market to do the same. so i think that when this bill hopefully it passes, have the ability to differentiate and have more flexibility and -- and allow more people to be insured at the end of the day. nicole: all right, carrie, political analysts. lauren: how closely are markets watching the healthcare vote today? good morning, again, craig, good to see you. >> good morning. lauren: why are dow futures he
in the u.s. higher this morning, in your opinion? >> i think they were a little high because markets are now optimistic about the fact that once this vote happens whether it's later on today or evening or over the weekend, we will be moving onto tax reform issues afterwards and these are far more stimulative to the market. it looked as though the healthcare bill may come into some and that was potentially they the issues. fact that we are going to move on straight to tax reform, i think that's a big positive to the markets. nicole: we had paw tricky week this week. worst week in 15 months, the are you -- russell losing week in a row. big picture, there's still a lot of people that are optimistic for 2017 and b trump's policy. your thoughts on 2017? what kind of year would this be? >> ic people are still very optimistic and i think there are still plenty of scope for the
economy to be -- to per ferm well in 2017. it's pretty decent compared to the world. any stimulative measures from the trump policies, it's only going to provide a boost. the concerns that the markets has right now is they bought into this trump trade and if they take a little longer, perhaps previous, that could caused short disruption in the market. laur: wee four federal reserve speakers today and face higher interest rates, how would that affect the overall economy? >> i don't think it's going to have too much of a negligent i have impact because the u.s. economy is in good shape. i think they are very much well petition today deal wit. i don't think it's going to have too much negative impact. it shows the strength of the economy rather than concern two years ago. >> i love the optimism.
senior market analysts in london. happy weekend. >> breaking this morning, there could be a smoking gun that proves that the obama administration spied on the trump transition team and possibly trump himself. a source telling fox news that the house intelligence committee will get that information this week. representative devin nunes explaining why he briefed president trump about some communication that may have been picked up by u.s. intelligence. >> to me it's clear that i would be concern if i was the president and that's why i wanted him to know and i felt like i had a duty and obligation to tell him because as you know, he's been taking a lot of heat in the news media and to some degree there's things that whether or not the collection was proper or not. accused president obama of wiretapping him in series of
tweets later this month. lauren: top democrat in the senate says he will oppose nominee for highest court, that's judge gorsuch. he will lead a blockbuster to block the nomination- filibuster to block the nomination. >> i have concluded that i cannot support neil gorsuch's nomination to the supreme court. his nomination will have a cloture vote. my vote will be no and i urge my colleagues to do the same. lauren: gorsuch, quote, favor it is powerful over the weak. he also criticized gorsuch for refusing to answer most of their questions on how he might rule on the high court. nicole: well, authorities in london say they made two more significant arrests in connection with wednesday's deadly attack. they've also identified
52-year-old britain as the man behind the rampage. police say that khalid masood had a long criminal record and he powed an suv into pedestrians and fatally stabbed a police officer outside of parliament. isis claimed in the attack. the number has risen to four after a 75-year-old man died of wounds yesterday. dozens of people gathered in london for a candle light vigil to honor the victims. lauren: let's take a quick look at u.s. futures this morning. dow down six days in a row. longest losing streak since friday before the election. this morning it's higher by 45 points. s&p futures up 4, nasdaq tacking on 13. nicole: some of the financials were doing well. here is a look at oil, 48.04, gold pulling back four bucks,
12.46 a troy ounce. lauren: would you pay to use twitter? it says its conducting a survey to new enhanced version of tweet deck, it helps professionals navigate the system. up until now, twhas offered a free-networking platform supported by advertising but slowing user base and has hurt from getting money from advertisers. the big question is will we pay it. nicole: a bombshell from james rosen. there may be a smoking gun showing the obama administration spied on the trump team. the chairman of the house intelligence committee on hannity last night. >> there are some things that he should look at whether or not the collection was proper or not. nicole: what are the implications of this? we are going to ask brad
nicole: it's friday. rise and shine. let's get you caught up on what's happening now. president trump giving ultimatum. win or lose. if he fails, he's done with the health care and moving onto tax reform. republicans may be listening. a vote could happen this afternoon, we will see. sources tell fox news there's a potential smoking gun that proves the obama administration spied on the trump transition team. the sources say classified intelligence leaves no doubt the obama administration used the cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets to spy on
president-elect donald trump. the intelligence could be produced in the next couple of days. premium version would be for heavy users, check out u.s. stock market futures this morning after six days of selling, pressure on the financials, financials are higher this morning, dow futures up 43. s&p futures up 4. lauren, that's what's happening now. lauren: thank you, nicole. breaking news this morning. there could be a smoking gun that proves the obama administration spied on the trump transition team and possibly donald trump himself. a source telling fox news that the house intelligence committee will get that information and they'll get it this week. what are the implications of this? let's bring in brad blakeman, former deputy assistant to president george w. bush. >> good morning. lauren: the intelligence is said to leave no doubt that the obama administration in its final day was using cover of legitimate surveillance on foreign targets
to spy on the president-elect, donald trump at the time, is this a turning point in the story? >> it could be. it's already bad. fact is that trump associates got caught incidentally in foreign intelligence and when americans are incidental to the collection the identities are supposed to be protected. they weren't, they were leaked and exposed. that is a crime. the fbi, if they can find super bowl brady jersey in méxico, they should be able to find the leakers of classified information exposing americans which is a violation of law. nicole: national security agency is expected to produce documents by today and if there's a smoking gun in those documents, what happens next? >> what happens next is there needs to be a grand jury in panel and the justice department needs to get onto this because the obama administration if true would have used foreign intelligence as a tool to actually spy on americans, worst
on a president elect or a campaign. that's beyond the pail and somebody would have had to order it and -- and then, of course, fisa orders would have had to be fraudulently produced before a judge. this is a big deal, if true. lauren: why aren't they focusing on the leakers? >> i think they need to focus on the leakers as well as the new leads. first of all, this kind of information is closely held. we know who had this information. the question is who exposed the information. the fbi should be all over this in the justice department. nicole: democrats blasted house intelligence chair devin nunes for not coming first to the intelligence committee and he felt impelled to tell president trump. who was right? >> the chairman was right. he felt compelled because the information was beyond the pail. if exposed and true, this could be very damaging not only to our national security and to those
affected but also to the integrity of the intelligence services itself. look, 17 separate and distinct services. many are things that they do overlap and there are emboldening. they need to be reeled in and congress has the opportunity to do that and i would -- i would tell you they have the responsibility under the constitutional oversight to make sure that the inmates aren't running the asylum. lauren: yes or not is nunes the right person to lead the investigation? >> at this point, yes. if this kind of information proves to be true, then i think we need to turn it over to a special investigator. lauren: brad blakeman, thank you so much, have a beautiful weekend. >> you too. nicole: in sports another bracket buster. number one rank gonzaga grinds out a close win against west virginia. we will have all the highlights for you and spring temperatures finally returning to the northeast this weekend.
here is a look at the friday temperatures across the nation and checking in on u.s. stock market futures after six days of selling for the dow, dow futures this morning up 44. s&p futures up 4. we will have the vote live on fox business for health care, keep it here all day long. fbn:am, first look at morning markets and breaking news. bp engineered a fleet of 32 brand new ships with advanced technology, so we can make sure
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stocks that we are watching today. shares tumbled more than 11% in extended trading after the video game retailer sales fell in latest quarter and it said it plans to close at least 150 stores. the news comes as more consumers go online to download games. but a different story for micron technology, this stock rallied more than 10% thanks to strong demand and higher prices for its memory chips. lauren: time for sports, it's a sweet 16 in ncaa men's basketball tournament. we start in west regional, arizona against xavier steven kerr rooting on his old team. alonso dials up the triple. part of 12-0 arizona run. wild cats up by 3 and xavier not laying down. much needed three-pointer, xavier is down four, tied at 71,
pass who gets the bucket. xavier is up two. last chance for arizona. 3-pointer, guess what? it's no good. xavier pulls off a big upset 73-71 and bill murray cheering for xavier and his son who is the assistant coach. we have a minute left in the game. tyler with great spin move. oregon is up 1. the last chance now for michigan and derrick drives and puts up the 3, guess what? it's short. oregon hold onto advance to the elite eight. we told you it was a nail-biter. west virginia and gonzaga. matthews drills the 3-pointer from the corner and take 2-point lead, 23 seconds are left. carter goes for the tie, air ball.
gets a second chance but that's short. gonzaga goes on the win it, the one game that was never in doubt was kansas and perdue. second half vick with the steal and takes it for the show-time dunk. it's a 360-degree finish. watch again in slow motion. beautiful. in a blow-out, 98-66 and just look at that. nicole: having a great time. coming up, we will tell you how a 4-year-old saved his mother's life. you're watching fbn:am oh, taking some time off. no, i'm scheduling time to go to the bank to get a mortgage. ugh, you're using a vacation day to go to the bank? i know, right? just go to lendingtree.com. get up to five loan offers to compare side by side for free. wow, that's great. wait, how did you get in my kitchen? oh, i followed a raccoon in through your doggie door.
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lauren: i have the chills, thank you so much for joining us this morning. happy friday. maria bartiromo, futures are you positive and donald trump giving ultimatetive on health care. maria: it's true. i'm maria bartiromo, tgif, a lot happening, march 24th, top stories, 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. do or die for the republican healthcare bill today. the house set to vote later today and there are some signs the party is finally coming together. >> the president's engaifnlgment is -- engagement unpar relate to engage a number of members whether they are moderates and conservatives and indicative of a president that wants to solve problems. >> the only train leaving the