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>> fox and friends first starts right now. ♪ >> it was a late night for a lot of people including you. you are watching "fox & friends first" on this tuesday morning. >> i am heather childers. thank you so much for starting your day with us. we begin with a race for the white house in. it is primary day in wisconsin. >> 96 democratic and 42 gop delegates are up for grabs in the badger state today. it is a tight race between ted cruz and donald trump. the outcome could put us one step closer to a contested
convention. >> mike tobin is live for us in wisconsin with the latest. the leadership in the polls is that switching up at all? >> no, it really isn't. all over wisconsin the ballots will start to be cast. you know wisconsin has picked the eventually nominee for more than half of a century. that's because the race is usually pretty well decided by the time you get to wisconsin. now you have donald trump who is feeling the heat. he has problem with women voters and that brought out a rare appearance from his >> when youl punch back five times harder no matter who you are a man or a woman. he treats everyone equal. he's a fighter, and if you elect him to be our president, he will
fight for you and our country. >> trump on the stump. ted cruz speaking to megyn kelly find themselves in a rare position of agreeing with each other, but only on one point that governor john kasich should drop out. >> he takes my votes away much more than he does cruz. i don't like it. i don't think it is right. i don't think it is appropriate. but we have to live with him we still beat him. >> if you lose 49 states you ain't going to be the republican nominee. >> we are beating donald trump in 11 states across the country. i am hoping after wisconsin that will be 12 states. >> kasich does not have the delegates to win unless republicans go to a contested convention. the ohio governor told greta he will not drop out. he's counting on a scrap that goes all of the way through the convention. he thinks it will be fun. >> nobody is going to win this going in. there's going to be an open
convention. it is going to be cool. the delegates are going to decide who is going to win in the fall. i am the only candidate who wins all of the polls against hillary clinton. >> heather asked about the no.s. here they are. real clear politics average. cruz out front of the badger state by 39 percent. trump in striking distance and closing just five points behind. kasich distant behind at 20 percent. the evermore important delegate count has him heyed. kasich trying to get the other guys at 1237. there are 18 at large delegates with the statewide winner an 3 delegates from each of the congressional districts bringing you to a total of 1224. >> it is very early in the morning for all of the matt. you did a great job, mike. thank you. >> winner take all might not work out that way in the end.
ted cruz is eyeing all of the delegates. he took it to 58 when he won the primary. after july they can choose whom ever they want according to the washington examiner. they are working to sway delegates in his favor. >> in a new push to get speaker paul ryan to jump in the race. billionaire telling friends he believes ryan would be a shoe in at a contested convention. ryan has slugged off any talk about the nomination saying he is just not interested. if he was interested he would have to clear a couple hurdlesment trump would have to come up short by 100 delegates then current bylaws would have to be changed. >> he is running out of ways people say he is not running. >> bernie sanders surging ahead in wisconsin as hillary clinton
focusing on her adopted home state of new york. the two have agreed to another debate. >> good morning, kelly. >> good morning kelly. hillary clinton appears to be looking at the badger state in her rearview mirror now turning her attention to new york. for the last five days clinton has been campaigning in new york shrinking voter support in her home state. she appeared for a rally in the hike. >> this is what makes america great. this kind of bold persistent experimentation widening the circle of opportunity and justice and dignity, giving every person the chance to get heyed. >> clinton is seeking to raise her own funds in her campaign. her campaign urging donors to
raise more dollars compared to bernie stand ders who raised 43 million a month. the campaign isn't locked up and we have got to keep vieting for every -- fighting for every vote. if you have hillary's back in the next contest chip in right now. bernie sanders is hoping to pull off a win in wisconsin which will give him a lot of momentum going into new york. >> we win here and we win in the white house. >> they will have a debate in new york city next week. later at 5:30 we will focus on how sanders and clinton are focusing on donald trump as well. >> they are still fighting this thing out. kelly, thank you. a terrifying crash when a helicopter plunges to the ground
in tennessee p. the group was on a site seeing ride in the great smoky mountains national park 200 miles east of knoxville. the crash igniting the fire which spread across the mountain. no word on how it caused the chopper to go down 3 miles from dolly parton's theme park. >> brand new images showing the horrible damage inside the train after the deadly amtrak crash in philadelphia. construction crews are set to be interviewed by them today. the train was traveling below the speed limit. they hit the break five seconds before a backhoe on the track. two construction workers died nearly 40 people on the train were injured. no one on board was killed. >> still a lot of questions there. a brand new threat to america. north korea vowing to kill more americans than the 9-11 attacks.
tensions continue to rise. rick edison is live for us with the latest. >> they are becoming more frequent went as news services around the world report continued threats in north korea united states and their allies. the tax destroying landmarks and assaults of korea and washington, d.c. the videos are in response to the annual south korean joint military exercises described as the largest between the two ever. that and a later long range rocket launch prompted the united nations security to tough ensanctions. president obama met with regional leaders there. the japanese prime main ster and south korea president and in a separate meeting china's
president. they in part suggest their threats. pyongyang test fired another short range missile. this will one landed in the sea. china remains north korea's ally though they agreed to the further sanctions. he told president obama nations should strictly apply those nations. recent satellite image show nuclear facilities that could indicate the regime is processing material for another nuclear bomb. abby and heather back to you. extreme kwl but it doesn't seem like it in the northeast. one person is killed on an icy highway. 14 hoars injured when a distracted driver skidded. >> three inches of snow topping the record from 1915.
>> maria molina here tracking the weather. >> we are tracking cold temperatures that are forecast to continue through out this week. we are going to see pluck weighses in temperatures. below average across the eastern u.s. for several days. take a look at the current no.s now. in new york city 27 degrees 24 in boston and as you head further north take a look at burlington 15 degrees. as you head further west across the great lakes you are looking at cold temperatures this morning as well. the problem it is feels like the teens across new york and boston. a cold start to the day across the northeast. the system that brought us through parts of new england and new york will be eastward. we have our next storm system on
te deck here like the northern rockies moving in the northern plains. temperature wise you will see the low average across the northeastern u.s. not only today but for the next couple days. am temperatures will only be in the 40's in boston and new york city. >> it was the miracle three point shot that propelled villanueva into the ncaa history books. >> it is so hard to believe he beat the buzzer to clinch the victory over the tar heels 67-74 giving villanueva the first title since 1985. his brother nate britt plays for
north carolina. you have to talk about marcus cage's three shot from the air. that was an awesome shot. >> they are calling it maybe the best eight seconds of basketball. >> the whole game it was amazing. you couldn't turn it off. >> my husband woke me up said you missed it. >> in the air three pointer. >> the time is currently 12 after the hour. shocking video a passenger jet up in flames after the wing is torn off in a horrifying ol coaliti coalition>> are we recognizing history we report you decide. >> socialism is great with other people's money. >> jesse waters asking radical left wing people about what they believe and why they believe it.
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see what a raymond james advisor can do for you. >> 15 minutes after the top of the hour. a passenger jet is in flames after a jet is towed across the runway. it is now a mangled mess. the other plane has significant damage to the tail. >> a air the plane had just taxied to the gate that is when the attendant launched the luggage out the door and slid out herself. united removed her from flight duties and continued to
investigate. the plane was inspected and then returned to service. >> slid out like it wasn't a problem. >> college csi, isis the terror group recruiting forensic minded foreign fighters part of the newest launch forensic department in iraq. the group posted pictures on social media on microscopes magnifying glasses and fingerprinting analysis equipment all believed to be taken from areas in syria and iraq. protestors are starting day four to the march of the nation's capital. hundre hundreds protesting money and politics. >> jesse waters caught up with them. >> what are you up to today? >> here to rev up the revolutions. >> what's so funny?
>> we are trying to get money out of politics. corporations cannot buy politicians in i more. >> what are you going to do? >> saying we are not leaving until lawmakers come to their senses. >> would you consider yourself a capital list or socialist? >> a little capitalism and socialism isn't bad. >> socialism is great until you run out of other people's money. >> where does socialism work? >> i can't tell you exactly. >> do you take a lot of government assistance? >> i take as much as i can get. >> you're welcome. >> what do you do for a living? >> i am a general manager at subway. >> i don't want to hear this. >> i don't likarl marx wasn't afraid to tell his feelings.
>> which leaders do you look up to? >> huge fan of elizabeth warren. >> oh, hell no. >> anything you want to tell bill? >> he could not move to ireland when we elect senator sanders but even though we are on the -- >> this is watters' and this is my world. >> whatever works. >> whatever. >> the time is 19 minutes almost 20 minutes after the top of the hour. a fed failure hundreds of millio millions of our tax dollars down the train. how much they spent that doesn't even work. >> we are live in wisconsin talking politic. >> it is a big day today. >> fan it is tick e-si-- fantas exciting day. we are serving up politics and
>> it is time to brew on this. tennessee living up to the bible belt by voting to make the bible the official state book. it will be the fist state to do this. >> many passing the bill to the governor despite claims that it violates the constitution by elevating one religion over another. they are recognizing it for the historical and cultural contributions to the state. tennessee governor has spoken
out against the bill but hasn't said whether he will veto it. >> is the new law ignoring religion or recognizing history? >> send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. >> that's a good debate. >> evan kau trump highlights video of her singing to her new baby brother. >> carly sim cu is here with wh trending. >> good morning, ladies. ev yvanka trump's daughter is a very good sister. the little girl can be seen singing to her brand new baby brother. ♪ twinkle twinkle little star ♪ how i wonder what you are >> how cute is she? baby theodore is over one week
old. he is very loved. >> she has a good voice, too. >> how adorable. i have a golden retriever as my best friend george. tell the people who is helping kids at the dentist's office? >> a golden retriever jo-jo is making his trip a sweet treat. the dog is a trained comfort dog who helped ease children's fears at an illinois dental clinic. the dog was there following the sandy hook shooting in connecticut. >> so sweet. >> special dog. >> what about the unhung sere rows of the ncaa title game last night? >> villanueva may be celebrating their big ncaa win. but the social media spotlight is on the national performers. they wowed folks with their
patriotic performance after they repel from the raptors. check it out. >> ♪ >> wow about that. some on social media saying that was the best national anthem performance they have ever seen. >> it gives you chills. >> one of the best games ever as well. >> it was a good night all around. you can hear carly shimkus on sirius xm 115. ♪
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>> it is tuesday april 5th. the battle for wisconsin is today with ted cruz on top in the badger state. donald trump is bringing in the big guns. >> when you cross him he will bunch back ten times harder. >> is hillary clinton losing steam? we have fox news live team coverage. >> a chopper filled with tourists mrupgs to the ground in the smoky mountains. they will find out what went
wrong. >> are you waking up from a night of tossing and turning. the things you should never do before bed if you want a good night sleep. something i want to hear. "fox & friends first" continues right now. >> the sunshine not up yet. it will be a cold one out there. good morning to you. welcome to "fox & friends first". as always i am heather childers. >> i am abby hunts man. 31 after the hour. it is primary day in the badger state. >> in less than 3 hours voters will head to the polls to determine who will get the state's 96 democratic and 42 gop
delegates. >> mike tobe bin is live with t closer look at the tight republican race. >> the sun is coming up over lake michigan that will send voters to the polls. wisconsin has picked the nominee on the republican side because the race is pretty well decided by the things get into the badger state. you can see there is a proper scrap going on. 39 percent for ted cruz. he was leading by double digits now he is 5 percentage points ahead of donald trump. donald trump is closing and within striking distance. they are hoping to drive it all into a contested convention. trump campaigning showing characteristic confidence.
>> we have millions more votes than cruz. we are winning so much. we are inwinning by almost 300 delegates. we are doing great. >> donald trump and senator cruz agree on one point. that cruz and kasich should drop out. they believe he is drawing their vote. kasich speaking to greta said he wants to take it all of the way through the convention. he says it will be fun. >> both of them say get out because i am winning their votes. i agree with em this. >> nobody is going to win going into this. it will be an open convention. >> trump is having problem with women voters. especially after the comments women should be punished for illegal abortions.
>> if you punch him he will punch back ten times harder no matter who you are, a man or a woman. he treats everyone equal. he is a fighter. if tu elect him to be your president he will fight for you and for our country. >> the delegate count is more important every day. trump maintains a commanding lead with 737 delegates cruz at 475 governor kasich is hoping to prevent the other guys from getting to the magic no. of 1237. it is a winner take most state. >> mike tobe blaiven for us in wisconsin. >> turning to the democrats,
sa sanders is surging and clinton is losing steam. that doesn't stop either from taking on donald trump. >> good morning. you took the words out of my mouth. bernie sanders is surging ahead in wisconsin. he is focusing on building her f fund in new york. she has been campaigning in new york instead of talking about her democratic rival bernie sanders they are focusing on rae publican frontrunner donald trump. >> it is important to point out that there are people who don't believe that the minimum wage should be raised. in fact, donald trump has said wages are too high. a lot of members of his party
agree. right? he is fired. that's funny. >> bernie sanders sensing a possible victory continues to turn up the heat against clinton and also projecting he could defeat donald trump in the race to the white house. >> we beat donald trump by huge margins. huge. >> bernie sanders and clinton agreed to meet face to face for a presidential debate. it will take place in brooklyn five days before the influential primary on april 19th. >> keep it here on the fox news channel all day for live coverage. we will be live tomorrow morning with the latest results starting at 4:00 a.m.
>> starting at 1:00 a.m. with gregg jarrett. >> a helicopter full of tourists plunges to the ground in tennessee. the group was on a sight seeing ride 200 miles east of knoxville. it took firefighters hours to gain the upper happened. no word yet on what caused the chopper to go down three miles from dolly parton's dolly wood theme park. >> the horrible damage inside the train after a deadly amtrak crash in philadelphia. we know the train was traveling below the speed limit and hit the breaks five seconds before slamming into the backhoe on the tracks. two construction workers died but no one on board was killed.
>> a lot of questions still on that one. >> sure doesn't tefeel like it the northeast. >> ice and snow making a mess from new york to massachusetts. 3 inches topping the record from 1915. >> maria molina in the weather center tracking what's next. >> doesn't look like it will be over any time this week. we are going to continue to see the cold temperatures moving into the south impacting areas into the northeast. additional rounds of possible no snowfall. it will feel like winter out here. current temperatures cold out here early this morning. market is one degree above zero right now. in some of the areas where you have to win the concern wkbd news windchill temperatures are below normal. 10 degrees than what it feels
like. we are tracking the next storm which today we will bring strong winds gusting as high as 60 miles an hour. it will bring several inches of snowfall accumulations there as we head into wednesday. >> that wind is brutal. thank you so much. 39 after the hour. spring savings looking to get a mother's day gift with the best deals to stocore this month. >> maryland, massachusetts start with the letter m but they are far from one in the same. the wal-mart t-shirt that isn't quite right.
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would delete it. i would delete the hell out of it. i would delete the hell out of it. all eyes are on wisconsin as the votes are cast in the crucial primary. donald trump and ted cruz still on the attack as both urge kasich to get out of the race. >> he says he's not going anywhere. what are the voters thinking? let's ask heather live at the george webb restaurant in wisconsin. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. 42 delegates up for grabs in wisconsin. excited to be in my home state and talking to voters in the george webb diner, a chain around wisconsin. we're here talking to early morning risers. we're used to early morning folks on "fox & friends" here. let's chat with folks and see what they're thinking about the primary. good morning. what's your name, sir? >> john. >> reporter: john, you were coming out early. who are you thinking about voting for and why?
>> donald trump, change. >> reporter: what do you like about him? >> his attitude. the way he comes across. something different. something different. >> reporter: that seems to be what folks are saying, they want something different this year. how about you? >> i'm a john kasich supporter. >> reporter: yeah, what do you like about john kasich? >> i like his more moderate views. i like that he's the one that can beat clinton in the general. i appreciate that. >> reporter: good. he's got a tough road here. some people calling him a spoiler. how do you feel about that? >> i feel like if there's a contested convention, he has more of a chance. >> reporter: look at you. you're really following this u.s. good. let's talk to this lady down here. and get a little about what you're thinking. good morning. what's your name? >> good morning. kristen. >> reporter: where are you from? >> milwaukee. >> reporter: okay. what are you thinking? >> you know, i think it's a
great election. i think it's bringing people to the polls who normally wouldn't come. i wish candidates would stop some of the personal attacks and talk about the issues. overall, i think it's an exciting time. it's definitely bringing people out who haven't been out before to vote. >> reporter: what do you care most about this year? >> what do i care most about? i certainly care quite a bit about women's reproductive rights, as well as lgbt issues. those are top of my mind. >> reporter: there you have a little bit of the flavor from folks in wisconsin. big primary day. polls open at 7:00 central time. we'll be talking to folks throughout the day. and donald trump is stopping in later. we'll make pancakes with him. and we've got one of the big muckety mucks. thank you for being here. >> excited. big day. >> reporter: we'll talk to you later. ladies, thank you very much. we'll check in soon. >> thanks. >> a big muckety muck. thanks. >> thanks, heather. >> so early talking politics. >> i know. very educated. the time is about eight minutes until the top of the hour. tennessee is one step closer to
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crash in the great smoky mountains in tennessee. five people were on board and were killed. north korea threatening to kill more americans than the 9/11 attacks in a new propaganda rant. the country claims to have warheads aimed at key sites in washington, d.c. primary day in wisconsin. ted cruz leading the polls as he and donald trump join together, pressuring ohio governor john kasich to drop out of the race. let's keep talking about today's elections. what are your predictions for wisconsin's primary? weigh in on our facebook page, #keeptalking. ♪ time for "the good, the bad, and the ugly." first the good. meet the newest friend of the "fox & friends" family, ella sue o'neil. producer kelly o'neil and her husband pat welcoming their first child. [ applause ] mom and dad are already completely in love. so sweet. next, the bad. a florida man trapped in his home after finding a 9.5-foot gator on his front porch. a deputy and licensed trapper
rangled the large retile. finally, the ugly. apparently walmart doesn't know the difference between maryland and massachusetts. the super chain store printed out university of maryland terps t-shirts with the outline of the state of massachusetts. a walmart spokesperson defended the shirts saying the states have similar shapes. i don't know about that. i don't think so. speaking of what you think, now it's time for the "brew on this" responses. tennessee lawmakers voted to make the bible the official state book. >> critics say it violates the state's constitution by elevating one religion over another. supporters say it just is recognizing the bible for its historical and cultural contributions. your comments are pouring in on this. >> cindy says, "our country was founded on christian values. i simply don't think it's detrimental to the state. pass the bill and move on to more important issues like the economy. ." >> scott disagrees saying, "who do these legislators think they're fooling? this violates the first amendment. a state cannot do this.
read the 10th amendment." >> mark writes, "this is a christian nation founded on the bible. this is just a recognition of america's history." >> good debate. >> yeah. >> clearly. >> always like your opinions. >> gets people fired up. >> thanks for joining us. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> have a good day. >> bye. the entire country, its eyes are on the state of wisconsin. >> he's a fighter, and if you elect him to be your president, he will fight for you and for our country. >> you'll look back and be proud of yourselves and be proud of your country again. >> think about what this guy said. he said he needs to get out because he's getting my votes. i want to have my votes. this is not fair. >> i want your children and grandchildren to have exactly the same opportunities to live up to their