well, there isn't a dry eye in the house here. we just finished up with "love that boy." buy it now. amazon.com. tonight, the countdown to the new york primary's on and the republican race is heating up. >> he does not like new york and he does not like the people of new york. >> donald trump has been supporting liberal democratic politicians for 40 years. >> former new york city mayor and rick perry weigh in. then -- >> we have a rigged system. >> donald has been yelling and screaming. >> donald trump and ted cruz feud over the results of the colorado gop state convention. >> it's a fix. >> a lot of whining. >> trump's convention manager is
sean, trump has been campaigning hard in his state, and if the poll numbers hold it would mean he would win potentially 95 delegates, and we're learning more about cruz' strategy, according to reports his campaign is focusing heavily on california. yesterday in a rally in that state cruz telling voters that in california they will end up deciding the republican nominee, both new york and california delegate-rich states which would make a big difference in the overall count. trump leads 755 delegates, cruz making gains, 545, john kasich has 143 delegates. that new york primary, a week from today and we will watch all of those developments closely, back to you. >> all right, heather, thank you so much. here is the former new york city mayor and prosecutor in his own right, rudy giuliani. how are you? >> how are you, sean, good to see you. >> all right, a close delegate
count, 755 to 545. i would say advantage trump in new york, obviously based on those polls. >> yeah, those polls i think are pretty solid. i think 55 is a bottom number. . could be higher than that. >> so you think he gets all congressional districts and most of the 95 if not all? >> yeah. i think most of the 95 if not all of them. that gives him a nice cushion. >> so then he's up 300 delegates and pennsylvania's up by a big margin. delaware, connecticut, rhode island, where do they go? >> should be good states for him. not so good for cruz and that's why i think cruz is concentrating on california and trump will have to make a big effort in california. no reason why trump couldn't be a good candidate in california. california republican party's not too different than the new york republican party. >> yeah. >> and maybe a little more conservative but i think trump can make a good showing in california. >> what if he falls short of 1,237?
how does he get there? >> i think it depends on how short he is of 1,237. if he's a few votes short of 1,237, he probably can pick up the delegates to go over the top. >> define a few. 100, 50? >> 20, 30. >> 20, 30? otherwise it's a contested convention. paul ryan said earlier today that this should not -- he's not going to run in the race. we shouldn't be talking about anybody other than people that have run in the race. >> i agree with that. i agree they worked for a year. people have voted. they have got thousands of votes. so i think the pick has to be between them. >> we'll get into the battle of the what happened to colorado. donald trump said earlier tonight that the gop should be, rnc should be ashamed of themselves. on the process. now, the people in colorado didn't vote but everyone knew the rules going in. ted cruz outworked everybody in
colorado. got all the delegates available there. >> yeah. i mean, i think the way to look at it is it makes a point trump is trying to mick and actually that cruz is trying to make that this is an elite dominated political party with a grassroot that is wants to go the other way. and colorado decided to go kind of a back door way. >> when people like prominent republicans, like karl rove says we need a fresh face, not somebody that's run or john boehner mentioned paul ryan. >> then why have primaries ever? >> it should be cruz or trump right now, right? >> right. if you consider and cruz and trump together, this ire the vast majority of the republican party that bothered to vote and what did they say to us? they said to us -- oi no establishment. >> we don't want an insider to
pull out of the hat. >> do you think they'll ever get along? it's getting mean out there. don't you think republicans at the end of the -- this contest are going to have to unite? i don't see that happening right now. i see a lot of resentment. >> i don't see it happening if think try to pull a rabbit out of the hat. >> yeah. >> you know, try to put somebody in who hasn't been in the race, not making the case. hasn't gone through everything they have gone through. if it comes down to a choice between trump and cruz, i think they can probably put it together. >> you do? >> the two of them. >> i think they can. >> you do? >> all right. look at what donald saying. >> i'm interviewing them. i don't see the love in the room. >> look at what donald is saying about marco rubio. >> that's true. >> opposed to two months ago. >> all right. good to see you. >> thank you. >> thank you. joining us, former texas governor and ted cruz supporter, rick perry. how are you, sir? >> i'm great and i agree with
america's mayor on that last statement. >> we were just talking before we came on. you would have been a pretty good president we both agree. >> rudy would have made a pretty good candidate, too, back in the day but that's not the way it turned out. that is that and let's look towards the future here. it is between donald trump and ted cruz. listen. it's anything else is completely out of the realm of possibility in my belief. >> in my opinion, too, then why are the prominent republican names that i just mentioned suggesting otherwise? >> we got to have something to talk about. so i think that's what driving it as much as anything and interesting media story to pitch all these out here but you will have -- i don't think that anybody's getting to 1,237 and will go to a contested convention. i don't have a problem with that. i mean, everybody knew what the rules were when they signed up on this. and i think as long as we follow the rules and they don't try to back door somebody, then donald trump or ted cruz and i think --
>> governor -- >> california will be a really interesting place to see -- >> but here's a real big problem. the rules for 2016 haven't been written yet. they won't be written until just before the convention. >> well, i don't think there's going to be a big rule changes. i think, you know, reince priebus making a huge mistake and the rules committee making a huge mistake if they go in there and try to make big changes. tweak them a little bit, probably live with that but if they go in to make big rule changes on rule 40 i think you have some problems that could be very, very dangerous at the end of the day. >> by the way, mr. julgiuliani here and wants to say hello to you. is that okay? >> hi, rick. how are you doing? >> i'm fine, mr. mayor. we miss you. >> i miss you, too. i agree with you. i think if they make rules changes that are substantive, that's substantially change the
rules on which the men and women -- one woman, running, it would be really, really unfair. i think we risk ruining our party. at least for this election. >> big time. >> i don't think that's going to happen. listen. even if we go to a contested convention, which i do think we'll go there and we'll see these candidates working within the rule structure and at the ebld of the day whether it's donald trump or ted cruz, certainly i hope it's ted cruz, we'll come together and go forward to defeat hillary clinton. that's -- you know, at the end of the day, we're throwing lot of elbows. there's a lot of things going on. you know, people said this about new york, people said this about texas and we're americans and that's what's really important at the end of the day. we will have a candidate to get behind, a nominee that's going to be clearly the conservative choice and we put america back on track again. i happen to think -- ted cruz is that person. >> candidate "a" and "b," and
"a" be more votes and delegates and doesn't get the until nation. do you worry at this point, i skeel both of you the question, the person that was bypassed because they didn't get to 1,237 and lose in a contested convention, do you think the supporters angry? governor perry? >> i think it's likely going overtime at a basketball team and the team was -- >> but they weren't tied. >> but the point is, let's play this out. i mean, you are wanting to call the game in the fourth quarter with two minutes to go in the game. people understand rules. and i think just because you don't like the way the rules are turning out for you for you to throw a fit and whine and go on and on about it is, you know, pretty immature in my opinion. let's play this out. here's the rules. you knew before you got in the thing. >> mayor? >> let's play it out. >> i think rick is correct. i think we should play it by the rules. i think if you get a candidate within 20 or 30 votes and they
don't get it, then you got a chance of a really disgruntled group of people that you can't get together. you have a margin of -- a couple of hundred, that's it. that's it. >> rudy, i think it's important -- >> rick is correct. >> then that happens then everybody feels they were treatly fairly and whether the first or second guy wins, we both have to -- i mean, i support trump. my good friend rick supports cruz. but i support cruz if cruz is the nominee of the party. >> governor, last word. >> it is important if you're that close, and you can't close the deal, shame on you. >> all right. we'll leave it there. thank you both for being with us. appreciate it. >> good to be with you. next, tonight on a busy news night on "hannity" -- >> our republican system is absolutely rigged. it's a phony deal. >> donald has been yelling. and screaming.
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>> official. senator ted cruz swept all 34 delegates in colorado following a complex procedure. in response, donald trump is slamming the gop nominating process. here's what he said earlier tonight. >> the system's rigged. i'll tell you what. when you look at colorado, people say that's the way the game's played. they didn't have an election. that system is set up so that the crooked politicians can make sure they get somebody in that's not, you know, part of what we're doing. this is a movement, folks. i'm self funding my campaign. they hate it. i'll tell you why. the rnc, the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to kind of crap to happen. >> that was senator ted cruz responded to trump's complaints. watch this. >> donald has been yelling and screaming. a lot of whining.
i'm sure some cursing. and some late-night fevered tweeting. all the characteristics i would note we would want of a commander in chief. >> yesterday rnc chairman priebus attempted to ease tensions by tweeting, quote, the rules were set last year. nothing mice mysterious or new. nothing different. here now is the man that is tasked with securing trump delegates, the convention manager with us. do you really want to jump into the mess? congratulations. >> may look like a mess. i like the position we are in. >> you were there in '76. >> i was. >> at the contested convention. that was ronald reagan challenging a sitting president was an amazing story, right? >> it was quite a story. there was a lot of deja vu going on. >> you feel it. talk about colorado. is it rigged? is it corrupt? >> the point that donald trump
was making is that the process in colorado was being abused. and, you know, it is not that the rules themselves were unknown but the way they were applied and then number of instances where ballots were not allowed to be counted because the numbers were wrong and they were all wrong on only people that related to -- >> 378, 378, not 379? >> yeah. only in colorado, they say, it's just unorganized but we are seeing it in colorado, missouri and in a couple of -- louisiana. and so, the mistakes are not really mistakes. it's a pattern. >> a pattern of what? >> a pattern of at the local levels abusing the amateurness of the enthusiasm ofhe process and are being cut out by back room tactics that as the hallmark of the cruz campaign. i mean, he got caught with carson in iowament he caught
with rubio in florida and will be caught in all the places. >> you think ted cruz is doing this. do you have any evidence? >> we are compiling evidence and filing several credentials challenges. whether we win on the challenges or not, the point is when's happening is going to the meetings and you're not a cruz supporter, you don't want to be a republican when you leave because they're so abused. >> i would like this. i'm a big believer states should be able to do what they choose. but it is a national party so i think there ought to be some basics. if you want caucus, have a caucus. you want a primary, have a primary. proportional distribution, have that. winner takes all. but the idea that the people don't voteicipate troubles me. this is nothing to do with colorado. just in general, this -- i think the people have to participate and the will to be reflected in the end. >> that's what donald trump is talking about. he talked about the rigged economy. he's talked about the rigged banking system and now the
rigged political system and what he is saying is through the candidacy he is going to try to bring clarity to all of this, get rid of the unfairness of this. we're playing by the rules and we're winning by the rules and one of the distortions that the cruz campaign is trying to put out there is winning delegates. he is not winning delegates. it's the bodies. >> it is apparently according to reports working on trump delegates for a second ballot to switch to him. >> that's what i mean. he is not turning trump delegates or delegates. he is putting cruz people in place of the elected -- of trump delegates spots mandated by the elections. and so, the reality is, colorado was a difficult, unique situation but in places like louisiana, we are going to have the trump vote cast as the trump vote. some of that vote will be actually people supporting donald trump.
it should all be but it's not going to be. some of it peot who support cruz and they have to. mind you, this is a round world and there's going to be some places where, you know, we're going to have the same kind of a thing and call attention and -- >> what about 50 some odd delegates unbound? >> that's fair game. everybody's working on them. the point to stress is that whole precise of the cruz campaign of a second ballot misses the point. it's not going to be a second ballot. >> right now, donald trump would need 61% of delegates to win the nomination. if it's needed in terms of remaining bound delegates, it's 66%. for ted cruz, it's 97% of bound delegates. for kasich, 150%. right now, it's 755 to 545, 210 but you have new york coming up. i would assume you most of the
delegates in new york. >> but the whole northeast and i mean we're out of cruz land. cruz is not finishing second for the next couple of weeks. he is going to be distant third in a lot of places. >> you think new york wins rhode island, new jersey, delaware and maryland? >> doing very well in all those places. polls show us leading and starting to put the campaigns tlogt. >> seems like the cruz campaign sending time, energy, focus in districts in california, especially los angeles outside the los angeles county. kasich seems to be targeting the more northern part of the state. season season, eñcetera. will it come down to june 7th? >> that's going to put us over and not have to win overwhelmingly on june 7th. >> you really -- walk me through your math then. >> we will have a ground game in california and we are not -- chairman today and putting people on the ground. california is going to be a battle grund. >> you think you can get to 1,237 before june 7th?
>> no. i think we need june 7th and then before that it's apparently that donald trump -- >> donald reagan? >> a lot of similarities of 1980 race with reagan and trump. a lot of criticisms of reagan in 1980 are the same ones being -- >> okay. last question. walk me through your math. >> i'm not going to walk you through the math. >> you don't want to? people want to hear you. >> keep watching. it is going to be very apparent. april is a very bad month for ted cruz. he'll probably finish third in delegates in april. compared to -- >> by the end of april, what will he be senate. >> we will be on our way. >> you sound like a politician almost. paul, congratulations on your position. we appreciate you being on the program. we'll be with trump tomorrow for the hour. cruz on friday. kasich was on monday. pittsburgh tomorrow. >> just finishing up a rally with 25,000 people i think. >> a lot of people. next, tonight, right here on "hannity" --
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news contributor, laura ingraham. how are you? audio hey, sean. good the see you. >> i don't think i have seen such intense passion, especially on social media between cruz supporters versus trump supporters. this whole issue in colorado brought it to a new level, if you will. what is your take on it? >> i think that folks have to calm down and i think they have to -- >> breathe in through the nose? out through the mouth? >> exactly. just do some zen exercises. calm down. >> yeah. >> and start thinking about, sean, why are we here? what do we want to accomplish? do we want to ensure that we preserve a semblance of constitutionality on the supreme court? do we want to try to get the debt under control so we don't leave it to the kids to have to handle? if we have a series of goals, i think most of us agree on, what is the best way to reach the goals? surely, we know the best way to
get to that place which means we cannot allow hillary to be president of the united states is that the party has to come together. and it can't be ripping each other's throats apart, you know, tearing at each other's jugulars morning, noon and night for this purity test that we want to hold ourselves up to that, oh, i'm the constitutional purist. you're not. i mean, when people are starting to question the conservative bona fides of you, me, pat buchanan, mike huckabee and jeff sessions, then the world has turned upside down. i don't really -- i don't take well to people questioning of my dedication to conservatism over the past, you know, really since being in college sued by liberal professors and i kind of let it roll off my back and i know sessions and everybody else does, too. you have a thick skin. but we don't sit there stomping
the feet saying, never, never cruz or never rubio. no. we say, look. let's get through this process. and let's unite behind whoever is really close to getting to 1,237. >> i do -- >> that's my view. >> i say never hillary. >> yeah! that's a hash tag. >> dana peri no says she thinks i'm too mean to people. it seems like contested convention is where everyone's focus is and certainly a coordinated effort to stop trump all within the rules, all fair play. >> yep. >> trump's got to win the delegates. but let's assume we get to the convention. he's winning. millions of more votes, states, delegates. doesn't get the nomination. does that then intensify the divide or does everyone -- can't we all get along win the day? i don't see that happening.
>> i think it depends on how this all goes over the next, you know, four weeks. if it seems pretty fair then i think people will come together. if people feel like this is a bunch of arm twisting done behind closed doors and trump delegates kind of conveniently left out of the equation and where it's a bunch of horse trading of the type we saw with, you know, the -- all the corn husker kickback days and all that, i don't think it goes well. if at the end of this people feel like it was rough and they were rough with each other, it was a tough primary and fought it out with the good college try and then ted gets it or trump gets it, we can come together but i think when you have these never trump people out there saying i just will never do it, you know, all these -- histerionics and i think those trump voters have been mistreated for a long time in the political system.
they're not going to much like it if republicans treat them d badly at the end. >> i wrote you one night on an election night. i don't remember what point in the process but you were the only one that was -- that said something that i had felt which was, this is the year of the insurgent. the establishment lost. this seems to now have gotten lost on people. right? >> well, i think when you have billionaires funding the superpacs designed to do one thing, turn away the votes of millions and millions of people across the country, makes people wonder. these are the -- these are the sr. bill billionaires that -- west virginia, new york, kentucky, columbus, ohio. they profited off of all this. that's fine i guess. i mean, they like this stuff. open borders don't affect their lives. but it affected the rest of america and why trump and cruz
are last men standing. don't mean to be mean to kasich. look. trump at 55% in new york. he's up by 20 points plus in pennsylvania. he's up in maryland significantly as you pointed out. california will be the very diverse state, different state, but i think he and cruz they got to kind of come to terms with where we are and i don't like -- i really don't like the lying ted stuff. i don't like the kim kardashian comments by cruz. focus on the issues. hillary's a disaster. may the best man win and try to appeal to the people left out of politics. they feel left out and denigrated. i don't like it when they say never a republican. i think that's destructive the party and really it hurts i think the people who have been hurt enough by bad policies. >> famous book one time bless reasonable doubt the peacemakers, you get that award tonight. thank you. >> thank you, sean.
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joke they made this weekend at an event normally features satirical skits. watch this. >> thanks for the endorsement, bill. took you long enough. >> oh! >> sorry, hillary. i was running on cp time. >> that's not -- i don't like jokes like that, bill. that's not funny. >> cautious politician time. >> okay. >> i've been there. >> all right. was that an over the line? what if donald trump or ted cruz said it? here with reaction, eric guster, geraldo rivera and the author of a brand new book just out today" feisty and feminine" our friend patty nance is back. by the way, the book is awesome. i'm reading through it.
congratulationin congratulationin congratulations. with you. i said i never knew what cp meant before. >> and -- >> geraldo, i go out with you and eric. >> i heard him say because you don't hang out with black people. >> eric said this. >> i didn't hear that either. look. the one group of women, her, hillary's unfavorable with women overall around the nation 58%. one group she does really well with is african-american women and you think she would have been careful. >> geraldo, if donald trump said that, wouldn't they call him a racist? or, ted cruz? i can't stand the double standard. >> i think you may be on to something and penny is absolutely right when she suggests that hillary is disproportionally dependent on the african-american vote and she should tread lightly with
the community because that really is the backbone of her support over -- >> base. >> over bernie sanders. in terms of republican reaction to a minutering the same thing, would have been catastrophic or cataclysmic. i believe it. >> here's the thing. i can't stand the double standard. i would be lying if i sat here and now that i know it's -- vernacular used by so many people and you're making fun of me for ten minutes. i get it. i don't have the problem but the double standard and if it's trump, cruz, this would be the end of their campaign and the outrage and the indignation phony. >> it would not be the end of the campaign. >> it would. >> trump ignited racial flames all over the country. protected people, black protesters. legal fees for people attacking -- >> you are a broken record. you say it every time you're on. >> it's the truth. >> nothing he said is racist. >> i'm not talking about -- i
said he's fanning racial flames. >> okay. the's calling him a racist and total bs. >> the language and the rhetoric, fans racial divide in our country and he is supporting it. >> you know what? and then you give hillary and comrade deblasio a pass. >> hillary should have made a better decision on this. >> oh, she should have made a better decision and trump is t outrageo outrageous. >> it was a moment of the republican said that. absolutely. but, sean, let's say a reason i bought the book because the's big issues. we've been talking about them tonight. national security. >> you have issues with trump? >> i have a lot of issues with some of the things he said, yes. i think because -- >> as a candidate you will vote for him? >> over hillary, any day, any way. he has a 68% unfavorable rating with women. ten points higher than hillary. >> she isn't doing hot. >> and doesn't carry married
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ridiculous. i mean, they chop off heads and drown people in cage with 50 in a cage and big, steel heavy cages. drop them in the water. drown people. we can't waterboard and we can't do anything and, you know, we're >> test test. >> test test . here with reaction is author of the brand new book "defeating jihad" dr. s sebastian gorka. you're a great military mind. we can defeat isis but don't we first have to recognize they exist? >> totally.
and talk about the fact that these people are evil. >> remember the jobs program for terrorists? >> also jihadis. >> yes. >> enhanced interrogation, i interviewed jose rodriguez on the show. you wouldn't have found the reason. >> i am skittish about finding it a policy across the united states. if it's a number one hvt, number one high-value target, i can understand it. to say willy nilly, that is another issue. >> we've never done it willy nilly. >> no. no. >> bo, if you get called on a
job, kidnapping. three people enter a house, a home invasion, two get away with two children. the father, he knows where they're taking the kids. and you've got to act immediately. and the head of the cia saying you don't have a job anymore. my point is that we should not be advertising what our cia does. one. we can't blow up all the time when doing these things it can be used in certain situations. you mentioned evil. this is evil in our time. it seems to be reluctance and resistance from acknowledging that evil truth. >> you're not going to say that such a thing is evil. this is the administration that
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