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think. let us know what you think. that is all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. we'll see you next time. "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> i have got this guy standing over there, looking at me, talking about new york values with scorn in his face. >> the people of new york know exactly what those values are. they are the values of liberal democratic politicians. >> the battle for new york erupts. very crucial state for donald trump. tonight, we will discuss new york values and senator ted cruz will be here. >> we don't know who we are releasing and we don't know what they are capable of. >> a factor investigation. democrats say the border is secure. many republicans dispute that. we will tell you what we >> do you think you have white privilege.
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>> yes, absolutely. >> do you want to apologize for that? >> also ahead, jesse watters on words that offend some college students. >> whoa, whoa,ñs watch your mouth. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> i'm bill o'reilly. thank for watching us tonight. new york values. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. first off, brand new monmouth poll about the new york primary on april 19th right now hometown boy donald trump leads with 52%. john kasich 25%. senator ted cruz 17%. that holds up, mr. trump will get most of the new york delegates and he will once again have momentum. this disadvantage for mr. cruz is the new york values debate. you will remember that in january the senator said
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this. >> everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal or proabortion or pro-gay marriage. focus around money and the media. now, donald trump is using that statement toirs5ñ hammer td cruz. >> do you remember during the debate when he started lecturing me on new york values, like we're no good. [crowd booing] >> and i have got this guy standing over there looking at me, talking about new york values with scorn in his face. >> now, the truth is cruz is right. new york city values are very left wing. the rest of the state lines unfairly conservative although not at the level of senator cruz. however, as in many state, new yorkers are sensitive: folks. look at me. so the senator has to overcome his initial new york values comments, valid or not. now i, your humble
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correspondent, many a born and raised new yorker i have lived all over the country. denver, dallas, boston and miami. new york is a special kind of a place. especially because there are 20 million people in the big apple metropolitan area. with that many folks you have to be more aggressive even to get a hot dog. some around the country consider that aggressiveness to be rude. on the political front, the democratic party firmly in control of new york state very similar to california. even though donald trump is likely to win the republican primary here, he will have a very tough time in new york state up against hillary clinton in the general election. if he gets there. as talking points reported last night, new york is a machine state. and the democrat machine dominates. as for ted cruz. he is a conservative texan who now]vn jaded new yorkers that he is not denigrating them simply pointing out donald trump's past history of giving donations to people lick hillary clinton and governor andrew cuomo. but as we pointed out, mr. trump did that as a real
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estate guy and in the city business people have to spread the money around if they want to get anything done. talking points believes that donald trump is now a conservative, although not nearly as right wing as mr. cruz is.p bottom line, if ted cruz wants to keep donald trump below 50% in new york, he has got a lot of hard work to do. and that's the memo. now for the top story senator ted cruz already on the job, he joins us from brooklyn. so, am i making any mistakes in my analysis, senator? >> well, bill, you know, i think people across new york and across the country know exactly what new york values means and those are the values of liberal democratic politicians who have been hammering this state. i have been campaigning across new york and people are stopping me literally every day and safe i know exactly what you meant, and liberal democrats are doing to us, the people of new york. they are the ones suffering for it. and as you noted, donald trump has been funding it year after year after year.
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>> not as a politician. i give trump some advice when he comes on here although i guess he is mad at me now. i'm not sure. i will give you advice. do you know what you should do hold a press conference in penn station. take a look at what's happened to that place under the liberal mayor bill de blasio. but, the perception of new yorkers and almost 10,000 people showed up to hear trump speak at bethpage on long island. perception is you are a texas guy, you are a bible belt guy, you don't understand us up here. you know, that's what is going around. >> let me tell you. yesterday i was in the bronx and i had a meetin hispanic and african-american pastors who were -- it was a tremendous gathering and it was interesting. it was hosted by a democratic state senator named reuben diaz. elected democrat representing the bronx and the new york state senate. he brought up new york values. he said you know what? i know exactly what you meant by
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he brought up that andrew cuomo, the governor said if you are pro-levee, if you support traditional marriage, if you believe in the second amendment, there is no place for you in new york state. and senator diaz, a democrat, he said i'm a democrat but my democratic governor said there is no place for me as a pastor. that's the sort of liberal intolerance. >> right. but trump doesn't subscribe to any of that. >> of course he does, he funded it. >> you can have two lives. >> no, bill, bill. >> yeah. >> he wrote two checks to hillary clinton's presidential campaign. he didn't have to do that to build -- to do any real'e estate. he did that -- >> -- know how to play the game here. >> no, that's not true. i know lots of businessmen who have never given a check to hillary clinton. >> you are more conservative than trump. >> bill, it's actually -- bill, it's actually not a question of being more conservative or not. if you are fed up with the corruption of washington. >> yeah. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are flip sides of the same coin.
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hillary clinton has made millions of dollars selling power and access in washington and donald trump has made billions of dollars buying power and access in washington, buying people like hillary clinton. >> he did it as a businessman. >> but is he part of the corruption. is part of the corruption. >> all right. >> he has funded open border democrats for 40 years. and the people of new york are hurting. you know, you want to see what new york values look like? look at mayor bill de blasio, a liberal democrat. that politician right after he got elected one of the first things he did is he tried tow[ shut down charter schools in harlem. tried to throw young african-american and hispanic kids out of schools that were giving them hope because is he so much in hock to the union bosses and teachers. >> you are running against trump. that's what i want to get back to. >> responsible for the policies he supported. >> i'm not buying that you and kasich have got to. >> i know. you defend him a lot, bill. that's your prerogative. >> i defend him7p on points
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that i think are valid, but i go after him and that's why he is not on the program because is he mad at me. all right? but. >> he is terrified to debate. as you know i invited him to debate on your show and. >> he doesn't want to do that. >> he is terrified to debate. >> i don't know if he is terrified. >> he doesn't have any real solutions. he doesn't have any real answers. >> you and kasich have got to keep him under 50%. okay? if you do, then you both pick up some delegates, if you don't, if you don't do what he is doing lie in bed. i don't know this week. i'm just wondering what the positive message is to new yorker selling to us, what are you selling us? we just did a rally that had thousands of people standing in line my2l positive message i focused on in wisconsin. we won landslide in
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wisconsin. >> what is that. >> jobs, freedom and security. my number one priority as president is bringing jobs back to america. if i'm elected president, we will repeal obamacare. >> we know all that. but in new york, specifically, you got a governor who is not going to frac, okay, if you fracked, you would help upstate new york like crazy. you as. >> new york city. >> cuomo to frac. i don't know how you are going to bring jobs to new york specifically. i have got 30 seconds. >> let me answer you, bill. you bring jobs to new york by repealing obamacare, by passing a flat tax, by abolishing the irs. reigning in the e.p.a. and federal regulators. stopping amnesty and ending sanctuary cities and we will see millions of high paying jobs. we will see wages rising and see young people coming out of school with opportunity and with 3, 4, 5 job offershç again. that's what this election is about. jobs and raising wages for working americans who corrupt washington has been
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leading behind. >> all right. so if you do the press conference in penn state, i will go, i want to see that. is that place is unbelievable. it's like new delhi, india. that's what it looks like now. senator, realways appreciate you coming on. i will continue to try to convince donald trump to debate you here on the factor. that will be big if that ever happened. thank you. next on the rundown, bolling and rivera on the new york brawl. also, dana perino discusses a new poll that pinpoints who does not like the candidate. and then later watters asking college kids what words upset them. factor is coming right back. i take pictures of sunrises,
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joining us from washington geraldo rivera and eric bolling. he, bolling? >> no. i think what he should too is pack it up. leave new york. go concentrate. new york is april 19th. following tuesday april 26th, pennsylvania, maryland, five delegates, just go right there. john kasich, remember we started the process, kasich said i'm not going to win in iowa. i'm not even spending a minute in iowa. he went right to new hampshire and did very well in new hampshire. this is what ted cruz. >> cruz and kasich have a chance to keep trump below 50. >> do they? >> think about what happened. so donald trump on a tuesday loses wisconsin, some would say surprisingly badly loses wisconsin. new york contest. this is going to be bad for him. in a day they turned the news@h cycle. he took it back. he has got a big best page rally. lyin' ted and taking it back and, look, i think ted cruz made a big mistake by using
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the new york values to pander to iowa evangelicals to win iowa to do well in iowa. >> he won iowa. he had to win. >> he has got to pay the piper now. >> you don't think he can turn it around. how about you, river, do you think cruz can turn it perception around? >> i don't think cruz breaks 15 percentage points, bill. i think is he going to get routed in new york and deservedly so. aside from the stinking anti-semitic new york values money and media coded message that he put out there. >> come on. >> pandering to those iowa voters, hear me out, he also voted against hurricane sandy relief, he also voted against compensation for the 9/11 victims, this is a man whose interest absolutely to new york. is he going to get routed. >> the sandy and the 9/11,i i can understand, look, rivera i have lived here my whole life as have you. if he says new york values to a bunch of evangelicals
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it's not anti-semantic. is he point -- anti-semitic. he could have very easily have said not new york values. he could have said democratic liberal free spending, wealthy. >> the anti-semitic business is bull. >> he did that verysl cunningly and now is he going to pay the price. >> rudy giuliani is going to voted against him. peter king is going to vote against him. >> i don't know who is going to vote for him. kasich will be a very solid second place. trump will be over 50%. and to eric's point. remember wisconsin, nice, cuddly wisconsin with the entire power structure gathered, talk radio and the newspapers and everyone gathered around ted cruz as the anti-trump we are nice here in wisconsin. we have good manners here and now suddenly what is ted cruz facing? he is facing the reality of
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a country that is much more diverse than is he comfortable with new york state. >> i don't like the anti-semitic business. i don't think is he anti-semitic. we are on the same wavelength. raisó>xbujjt island. i didn't say one bit of that. >> can i break the tie? >> i'm with you, bill. in my opinion there is nothing anti-semitic what he said. he was pandering to the evangelicals. pointing aúp&9 values. in my opinion wasn't pointing out -- >> -- it was a political thing. >> of course it was. >> i have two words for ted cruz. gerald ford. gerald ford said to new york in 19457. >> drop dead. >> drop dead, new york. what happened? both tabloids turned against him. the daily news as with the train and the u train today's headlines. the post already against him. the last word.
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>> leave it on that. but, geraldo, i mean, why would it be anti-semitic. >> i don't want to get into that. you broke the tie. be quiet. >> keep it that way. >> the race in new york, trump will win. it's to see if he gets below 50. and i think there is a 50-50 chance that he will get below 50. these guys cruz and kasich they are campaigning hard here and there is upstate. gentlemen, thank you. directly ahead, bernie sanders says hillary clinton is knot qualified to be president and bill clinton yelling at some black lives matter protesters right on. dana perino on the case up next. a heart attack doesn't care if you run everyday,
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campaign 2016 tonight. bernie sanders gaining on
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hillary clinton the rhetoric getting pretty intense. >> i don't believe that she is qualified if she is. [cheers] >> if she is through her super pac taking tens of millions of dollars in special interest funds. >> well, it's kind of a silly thing to say but i'm going to trus> near now to analyze dana her leno. i have three things, let's go through this fast. this is licks as usual. i didn't see anything different in this. >> bernie sanders was escalating some attacks. when he says is she is not qualified which i think is demonstrably false. when you look at qualifications she is more qualified than he is. >> he says disqualified herself by taking corrupt money. >> attack her where she is most vulnerable which is on honesty and trustworthiness he has never been willing to
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da that. to me that says he doesn't think he can win. mathematically and practically it's unlikely he can win, of course. >> if i were bernie sanders, i wouldn't go after the untrustworthiness or whatever, i would go after the foreign policy stuff. but bernie doesn't know anything about foreign policy. >> his record a lot worse. hard to do that when he:x wants the sunnis to protect us. >> that's right. >> unfavorable. this this is interesting. ap today annualized hillary clinton, ted cruz and donald trump not bernie sanders. 59 a high negative. how do you analyze that? >> first i think ted cruz's number pause is he not really nationally known. hillary clinton everyone knows. >> i think that's atd number. >> right. >> 100 percent name i.d., for cruz already be at 59% before they even start attacking him, that's significant. her number i think is probably going to stay that way. trump's number is actually in the majority of all the
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different components are actually thinking of him negatively. never really seen >> do you think trump and cruz can bring those negative numbers down? i agree with you that hillary's number probably stay around 55. can they bring 55, 56 down? >> around april judgments start to set. in have you this unprecedented situation where in a presidential election your campaign slogan could be vote for me because you dislike me the least. they have a problem. >> vote for me even though you don't like me clean everything up. that's how i would run. i know you hate me but i will get it done. >> statewide race can you win if you have these kind of numbers. in a national race it's harder. >> i think that trump and cruz can bring them down. i'm not saying this is a part son way because cruz as you pointed out right solid not known that much. and trump can change if he wants to. okay, now bill clinton after bill clinton on crew crime
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bill. hillary clinton voted for that gohy all the way back. long hemry going back to 1996 when bill clinton. >> was in office. legislation, you remember, crimeké was so violent. and they pass -- what happened? violent crime came down. black lives matter taunting clinton. here is what clinton did. go. >> i don't know how you would characterize the gang leaders who got 13-year-old kids hopped up on crack and sent them out on to the street 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 kill the lives you say matter. tell the truth. >> all right. and i think he is absolutely right. >> do you know what he did? pulled a trump. he told it like it is. it was refreshing. it's not p.c.
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that's one of the reasons he was so popular for so long. the thing is you can usually read a room. this is room i don't know that necessarily hillary clinton supporters in the black community are going to like that. >> i think they will. older african-americans don't want these. >> older ones >> don't want violent drug dealers to be running around their neighborhoods. >> they also think there is a point to be made that the crime bill went too far and insofar as rated far too many african-americans and they want to see. >> crime rate come down historic lows? there is a linkage. everybody knows there is a linkage. if you let these people out on the to go back up in violent crime, drug dealing, crack gangs, gang wars. look at chicago. >> one of the reasons that she is unpopular even flip flopped on that issue. >> here is the real irony. she is not even going to talk about that issue. she is not even going to say i want tough felony sentencing she is never going to say that he is defending his wife, bill clinton is, on an issue that she doesn't want anything to do with how ironic is that? >> ironic plus she gets 458
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to 90% of the african-american vote wherever she goes. i don't think it's that big of deal. >> all she has to do is continue telling black americans how victimized they are and she is going to change it all just like barack obama did and we see how well that worked. an investigation of the southern border, is it a sieve or is it secure? watters interviewing some sensitive college students. >> what about this? islamicv terrorism. >> that i would say can be taken offensively. >> sure it could. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. if you had a dollar for every dollar car insurance companies say they'll save you by switching, you'd have like a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um..." or "no comment". then there's esurance - born online, raised by technology and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save:
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truth serum segment tonights as we reported two weeks ago the union saying that agents have been ordered by washington not to hold illegal aliens after they catch them coming over the border. the department of homeland security denies that, says it's untrue. so we sent fox news correspondent eric shawn down to nogalis, arizona to find out wheat really going on. >> thousands cross the border from mexico in nogalis, arizona, legally every day. those here say some illegal immigrants are being allow to do stay. >> it's very frustrating because we are out here doing our job. >> a veteran border patrol agent in arizona and vice president of the agent's union, the national border patrol council. he and his union charge the
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obama administration has s. blatantly freeing illegal immigrants, thousands of them, instead of kicking them out of the country. the union, which backs donald trump, claims agents are under orders from the agency headquarters in washington to release illegals by not giving them what's called notice to appear summonses that should send them straight to a deportation judge. >> what happens now when they do not get an nta. >> what's worse he says those could include criminals because agents only have to rely only on their word that they have lived here for at least two years and have never been convicted. >> we don't know who we are releasing and we don't know what they're capable of. >> you can't find out if they have committed crimes in mexico? >> you can ask them but no one is going to tell. >> you if they murdered somebody in mexico? >> you can't find out murdered. you can't find out if they have molested minors. you can't find out if they have raped. >> they shouldn't be releasing anyone.
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that's what commissioner told congress and the department of homeland security has called the i quote: inaccurate and belied by the facts. there is no catch and release policy in the opposite is true. the agency says arrests are up 25% this year and more than 150,000 illegals have been deported to mexico and central america in the last six months. but activists on the ground tell us the border patrol is releasing the undocumented but it is not known to what extent. this border patrol memo from a high ranking official obtained by the national review bluntly lays it out. quoted, there will be limited instances where we will issue an nta and it goes on to tell agents if the suspect is not a threat to u.s. security, quote: the subject is deemed to be a nonpriority. >> did you know about a notice to appear. >> no. >> at the border in nogales, most people didn't want to talk about it? >> no. >> illegals live in the shadows like miguel. he told me has been here for more than a decade.
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works construction and has never been arrested. he likes the idea of possibly going free if he is ever in custody. some would say though you are illegal and illegals should not be in this country. what do you tell them? >> i would say for them not to be so hard that we are simply looking for an opportunity. >> what would it mean to your life if you were deported? >> translator: look for another job and try to come back. >> so, here is eric shawn. it's a he said, she said, but the evidence seems to be that they are allowing a lot of people just to walk in here. correct? >> yeah. we have the memos and activists telling us that the government has agents the power to decide whether or not to give them -- >> -- the individual agents? >> yes. you can arrest them. but then if they come in the processing center they can be released if they're not given nta. >> you were in arizona does this stretch across texas new mexico as well? >> it does. >> the border patrol union
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they are the ones exposing this. the union guys don't like it. >> yes. >> and they have supported trump for president? >> yes. >> do they have a political agenda here or are they telling us the truth? >> well, they say they are telling us the truth. they are giving us stories about agents who say they just release people as long as you have a u.s. citizen friend come pick you up. >> jeesh. >> if you don't have a felony or a record. >> but they can't check it in mexico. can't check to see if they have a felony. >> that's the whole point. look at the guy like miguel ohio talked to. i think he works his tail off. they are trying to get rid of these low priority cases, i think, in order to focus on the bigger stuff. >> last question. statistics are very hard to keep here. 150,000 deportations. we don't know how many people have been released into the wind, right? >> we have asked and not gotten all the answers about the nta's. we know the arrest records and arrest statistics. >> and how many have been released. >> no. >> they probably aren't
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keeping a list. >> we have asked for two weeks on the nta specifically and the department of homeland security have their mouth"p%shu. >> this whole thing knees to be reorganized the next president really has to deal with it? >> thank you. >> bernie goldberg on my interview with less is i stahl from cbs on how the network news is treating donald trump. watters with very sensitive college kids. college kids. moments away. [ salesman ] congrats on the new car.
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thanks for staying with us, i'm bill o'reilly. weekdays with bernie segment tonight. we interviewed less is i stall on the factor about how the network news is treating donald trump.c >> trump, do you think he can get a fair shot? we're talking particularly about the network news morning programs. the evening programs are 22 minutes of reports. they can do a little dance and i saw it with the rather people but not as much as they can do in the morning. do you think the g.o.p. can get a fair shot? >> here's what i reporters in general. and even the reporters here at fox, that whoever the frontrunner is going to get the most scrutiny and the toughest press. >> all right, with us now to react the purveyor of bernard3
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mr. goldberg. what do you say? >> she is right as far as she goes. the press is going to be tougher on the frontrunner, which only makes sense. >> but they weren't on barack obama running against romney. >> no. that's an outlier. >> that's different? >> yeah. but that's the democrat versus republican. i'm saying that the tougher on the frontrunner in the republican group than the guy who is in fourth or fifth place because that makes sense. he is the frontrunner. >> go ahead. >> let me just s. this but she left out a whole bunch in her analysis. this is no bulletin. everybody knows. this reporters by and large are tougher on republicans than on democrats because they share the same liberal values as liberal democrats. now, if somebody in the left wing, you know, blagg sphere is watching and they say oh yeah that's bernie gold werg on fox news. i wrote a book about the slobbering love affair. a guy named charlie cook no
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conservative. and charlies- cook said one sentence he said let's face it, is there a democratic and a liberal pies in the media? of course there is. >> but you know what i picked up and i gave ms. stall stahl this example when i went on the cbs morning news there was a personal dislike of donald trump as opposed to say john? kasich. >> right. >> they may not like kasich's politics but it wasn't like they were offended by his presence. with trump, they are offended by his presence. >> right. and i think you used the word do you see him as a vulgarian? >> yeah. >> i hope they do because is he. i don't think you cover donald trump -- i don't mean you. i don't think reporters should cover donald trump the way they cover all the other reporters. because donald trump is different -- all the other candidates. >> all the other candidates, right. >> donald trump is different from any other candidate at least in our life times and before that he is vulgar. he is thin-skinned. is he nastier than he has to be. he is lazy when it comes to
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studying up on the issues. he brags too much. he is a political alien. he isixz> why do they care? >> he is not john kasich hex÷>iy except he has a different view on immigration. is he different. >> now that you have ( t him out, let me bring some perspective. number one, they don't care whether you are a vulgarian or not at cbs because in their own way they're vulgarians i'm talking about stabbing people in the back. >> sure. >> number two, the only shot on earth donald trump had to be where he is now is to conduct himself not -- i say he goes over the line, but he had to get attention and he had to go after the competition, which is much better funded, much better organized than he was. to just categorize him as a total putin, he isn't. and maybe he won't change but i think he could change. >> bill, you know him far better than i do. >> yes.
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and he hasn't been a you have delawarean with me. >> nor has he been a vulgarian with me. i spent time in scotland when did i a story about his golf course. is he a different person there. >> that's right. that's a good point. >> think of it this way. let's say a candidate was running for president and he came in and he had two heads. he is sitting right in this chair and he has one head here and one head here. and you say to him what's your position onú immigration? people at home would say, bill, the guy has got two heads. what are you asking about immigration? are you crazy? did you notice he has two heads? donald trump is the political version of a guy with two heads. that's how different he is. >> he is different but he had to be to get where he is. kasich have to be different? >> because is he a traditional politician. >> carly fiorina could have done what trump did but she would have had to take those kinds of risks. >> let's accept -- >> -- only got 30 seconds. >> let's accept that you are right that he is different. he needs to be covered. >> right.
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it's hard to cover him. >> and the story of donald trump isn't his position on china or mexico. the story about donald trump is donald trump. >> i agree with that 100 percent that americans have to evaluate how his character would effect the country if he got elected. >> right. >> both for good and for bad. bernie goldberg, everybody. watters on deck. he traveled to princeton university and found some very sensitive college students just like i was. watters moments away. while you were busy not remodeling your bathroom, the internet got rocket mortgage. a fast, easy way to refinance. ugh! heartburn! no one burns on my watch! try alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. they work fast and don't taste chalky. mmm...amazing. i have heartburn. alka-seltzer heartburn reliefchews. enjoy the relief.
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world as you may know some college students have been very upset by seeing the word trump written on a wall or even a poster that plays into the concept that college students these days are very sensitive individuals.
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so we sent jesse watters to princeton university in new jersey to find out what's going on. ♪ ♪ >> when someone says ghetto, how do you feel about that? >> i feel like they should be more careful in their choice of words. >> dowfl comfortable saying the word ghetto? >> i probably wouldn't use it myself, no. >> do you want to just try it on for size right now. >> ghetto. >> ghetto. >> bye. >> it's that kind of elitism class and that kind of snobbery dehumanizes people. >> should we say8 [ laughter ] bet you get called ghetto all the time. >> not recently, no. >> islamic terrorism? >> that i would say can be taken offensively. >> do you know what helps me when i get upset? >> what? >> i suck my thumb. do you want to try it. >> no thank you.
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>> not my thumb. your thumb. >> i personally don't like that one. >> mom, i have got to call you back. >> what did i do? did i care for you too much? >> i think it's something that the individual takes on for themselves. >> so >> maybe they're not going to get the 27 virgins when they're dead. >> radical islam is more of a broad term. >> you can't say "broad." that's offensive to women. >> i can't say broad? >> it's a whole different sex. >> white privilege. >> not offensive. >> isn't that how you got into princeton? you're a woman white. that's how you got into princeton. >> and i'm actually upset about that. >> why don't you cry about it? >> here's a tissue. >> i'm fine. >> you have a little tear here. >> i don't think so. >> there's a certain level of black privilege.
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>> is that what you call black privilege? >> i guess so, yes. >> do you think you have whoit privilege? >> absolutely. >> do you want to apologize for that? >> that's a loaded question. >> is that a sexual reference. >> what? >> donald trump? >> i think he's an offensive man. >> is it tough out there for you being offended by things? when he says make america great again, how does it make you feel? >> it's not the america for people that look like me. i'll say that much. >> you mean you didn't like the '80s? donald trump. >> it's just a name. >> tough guy, aren't you? >> i'm a man. >> do you know how to take a punch? >> a punch? >> how many fingers do i got up? come on, pepe. >> he offends me because he offends people i care about. >> you have a gentle soul. you just get a lot of girls around here. girls or boys. >> yeah, i don't know.
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>> i would say he has huge hands. >> look at those hands. are they small if >> he says offensive and abrasive things sometimes. >> come here. i think you need a hug. feel better? >> yes. >> i foal like a horse's patoot. >> black crime. >> i can see that being offensive, yes. >> so if you got robbed by a black guy, who would you tell the police robbed you, an asian? >> no. >> what do you make of it? >> a lot of white people commit crime, as well. >> what about gay crime? do you know who i am? i'm watters. >> who is jessie watters? >> i'm watters. and this is my world right here.
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>> you want me to say something? >> that kid had your number. they didn't seem as crazy as some of these other college kids who start to cry when they see donald trump's name chalked on a wall or something. >> no, no one was crying. we can't be offended because we have white privilege. nothing offends us. >> i was impressed with that crew you had. i thought they were okay. they weren't idiots, number one. that's refreshing. number two, they didn't try to kick you off campus. >> not kordell. >> and number three, they took you seriously. that was a mistake. well, princeton gets good grades for that "watters world." we'll see you on monday. "factor tip of the day." again, we are trying to help
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guess. it was a great trip. learned a lot. thanks for watching us tonight. ms. megyn is next. thanks for watching. please remember the spin stops right here because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight. donald trump making some serious campaign changes in an attempt to lock up the republican nomination for president. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm megyn kelly. just days after donald trump lost the wisconsin primary to rival ted cruz, a brand new poll from the associated press defines the challenge for the general election. right now, nearly 7 in 10 americans have an unfavorable opinion of donald trump. and that includes whites, blacks, and latinos, men and women, and more. the survey sampled voters from across the country, even before this poll, however.