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happening when 4,000 people showed up for a place that held 1,500 and the rapper did stand up out of the sunroof to shake hands with some of the fans. what a guy. >> at least some got to meet him. >> thanks for joining us. "real story" with gretchen starts right now. hi, everyone. backlash building on monday about the comments about the judge of mexican heritage overseeing his trump university lawsuit. lots of hoe-profile republicans criticizing that statement now but mr. trump is not apologizing. hi, everyone. i'm gretchen carlson. this is "the real story." donald trump defending comments that the judge may not be able to treat him fairly because of his mexican heritage and adding a muslim judge may have a hard time staying impartial. fox team coverage. mike emanuel is standing by in california with a look at the democratic side of things but first to chief political correspondent live outside of trump tower in new york today. what evidence does trump have that this judge could be biased
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against him? snoofrp well, he makes the argument that it the trump -- that the judge has made some decisions as the case has been litigated that have been unfair to donald trump, how he isn't particularly precise about it. most of it is his interusuition. what trump has said he's a mexican despite the fact he was born in indiana and his parents immigrated legally years ago. he's a federal u.s. district judge, and there's been a huge backlash on the right. arizona senator jeff flake today made a big deal about it. mitch mcconnell, the senate majority leader over the weekend made a big deal about it. house speaker paul rink, the day after he actually got around to endorsing donald trump joined the chorus of criticism about this line that because trump is building a wall the candidate argues that the judge can't be trusted and is somehow slanted against him because he's a
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latino. there are all those republicans who have been anding to this. it's worth noting that alberto gonzalez, the attorney during george w. bush's administration, a latino and republican, has said that trump has a right to question the bias of a judge in this case, and this is a case that's been litigated for some time and another case in california pand new york all related to trump university, which was ostensibly trump's real estate seminars and taught around the country and is in self controversial by the people who took the classes being sisified with their education. moving on to a separate topic today. another big hire on the trump campaign this weekend. what do you know about that, carl? >> reporter: well, a new political director has been hired, jim murphy. longtime political operative. worked in the cole campaign in new hampshire and brings to the table a lot of skills.
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corey lewandowski, the campaign manager, has worked in new hampshire for years and first in the nation primary. trump won there. murphy is replace rick wiley who was fired a week and a half ago, very short lived director and the political director is a pretty important job and the upheaval there and with so many other positions and with so many shifting stories and messages out of the trump campaign part of the gop angst is not just the rhetor rhetoric. also the organization and rhetoric of the campaign. there's a growing concern that they don't have the necessary organization that will get them across the finish line. >> maybe jim murphy will be helpful to them. carl cameron, thank you. the democratic race. senator bernie sanders about to hold a big news conference. you can see the empty podium there after recent polls showing he and hillary clinton virtually tied herding into tomorrow's big california primary. this poll also shows among likely voters hillary clinton
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has a do believe-digit edge but sanders says he'll win california and take his fight all the way to the democratic convention. senior political correspondent mike emanuel live outside of oakland today. what do we expect to hear from senator sanders at this press conference? >> reporter: gretchen, we expect him to say that this race is not over yet, that he has an excellent shot to win california and may use a phrase he used over the weekend about the possibility of a contested convention in philadelphia. sanders continues what he's calling an uphill climb. >> the point that i hope the democratic establishment understands is that if we are deadly serious as we must be in making sure that a disaster like trump never becomes president we are the strongest campaign to defeat him. >> reporter: there's a big debate on the democratic side about the super delegates. the sanders campaign said they
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should not be counted until the convention. some should change their mind. another high-profile democrat offered these words. >> i don't believe in super delegates. i don't believe that super delegates ought to sway the election. >> reporter: clinton campaign wants those super delegates counted now so tomorrow night after the polls close in new jersey she could potentially be called the democratic nominee. gretchen? >> elizabeth warren doesn't like super delegates but she is one, so go figure that out. with the clinton campaign signaling it's ready to start the general election campaign they are doing that but they have to get past sanders, right? >> reporter: absolutely, gretchen, no question about that. we've seen hillary clinton talk more and more about the presumptive republican nominee. >> donald trump has run a campaign based on insults, started with insulting immigrants, in particular mexican immigrants.
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moved on -- moved on to insult muslims, american muslims, international muslims and insulted people with disabilities, insulted john mccain and, of course, makes a habit of insulting women every chance he gets. >> reporter: clinton has been trying to pivot to the general election but first things first. a big primary night tomorrow night including california and new jersey. gretchen? >> mike emanuel, thank. senator sanders has said repeatedly how his campaign is fueled by millions of small donations, and now an analysis by the "l.a. times" shedding light hon who exactly those people actually are. their research found that more than a quarter of all individual contributions came from folks who are out of work. by far the largest single group of donors to bernie sanders, and sanders getting more money from california than any other state. that's fascinating because tomorrow they vote in that state. back now to the
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controversially over donald trump's criticism of a judge of mexican heritage handling the trump university lawsuit and it's now raising new concerns about trump's ability to unite the gop. former house speaker newt gingrich among those blasting trump on this. watch newt. >> trump has got to i think move to a new level. this is no longer the primaries. he's no longer an interesting contender. he is now the potential leader of the united states and he's got to move his game up. >> time to bring in for a debate mercedes schlapp, former spokesperson for george w. bush and an executive director of the accountability project and host of "the filter" on sirius xm progress. it's an interesting "wall street journal" editorial days, mercedes. basically think advice at the end of it to donald trump is this. let lawyers argue the civil case about trump university. apologize to the judge and focus on the economy. will he listen? >> no. i think we've seen before time and time again, for example,
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when he made the comments about the mexican immigrants, that donald trump did not apologize despite the fact that many republican leaders came out and said he should. i think donald trump focuses on what i call gut messaging in which if he feels he's being attacked that's where he goes. and in this case he's taken the unfortunate step of going after this judge and really going after his -- bringing up his identity. he could say, well, it's unfair. there could be a conflict of interest, but to really, again, pinpoint on this identity fight i think is such a losing argument and that's why i think you see so many republican leaders coming out saying wait a second here, this is coming out of the left field. i know that's something that speaker ryan said yesterday and there are so many republicans, gretchen, that really want to get on the trump train and say, look, we want to help you. we want you to win in november, but we all have to come to this point where you -- you've got to become more of a disciplined candidate on mess panelling. >> speaking of the left, does it matter at all this this judge is a member of the group la razza
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which is a far left organization of latinos? does that matter at all. >> he's a latino activist. i don't think it matters in this case at all. there are plenty of people who are activists in their communities supporting certain things. he still has a judiciary duty and i think this donald trump is the one who probably has to exercise a little bit more caution in how he goes after judges, especially since if he wants to run for president he'll be appointing judgment so he has to exercise that sort of reasonable understanding of the law in that case. but, you know, la razza is an activist organization. >> okay. >> i'm part of a greek organization. >> definitely to the left. president obama slammed the supreme court right in front of their faces at the state of the union a couple of years ago and he also took on chief justice roberts on the 2012 obamacare ruling before the ruling was made, but i guess it's different in the sense that he did not take on anyone's ethnicity but obviously we're going to continue to debate this for the
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next couple of days. let's move on to bernie sanders now because he's suggesting he's prepared to take his fight all the way to the democratic convention, although his campaign may be split over whether to fight past tuesday. former president bill clinton being asked about the possibility yesterday. here's what he had to say. >> do you think there will be a contested convention? bernie says there will. >> we do have rules. you know, this is still a democracy, and somebody will have more votes and somebody will have more delegates, and so we'll just see what happens. >> so mercedes, bill clinton says there are rules but even elizabeth warren who is a super delegate says she doesn't like the super delegate system. >> and she is one, so i think it's a fascinating night in the democratic party right now which is the fact that the super delegates really have incredible power in influencing and shaping who the nominee is. we know hillary is beating
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bernie sanders by 3 million votes, but with that being said with -- with the super delegates involved, it just gives her the edge that she needs to secure that nomination, and the state leaders and the governors, they all have a huge say on who becomes the nominee. >> okay. she's still ahead in pledged delegates, but who knows after tomorrow. should sanders continue? >> absolutely. if he wants to talk about rules, and he knows the rules very well, president clinton. he knows what the rules are. the nominee has to get 2,380 in pledged delegates and that the super delegates, not all of them are chosen yet because a lot of the state conventions haven't happened and the super delegates do not vote until the convention. >> right. >> so they can change their mind, and if bernie sanders does win tomorrow in california, i bet you that at least 10% to 15% of those super delegates will be changing their mind just as they did in 2008. this is the closest democratic primary in history so they are circumnavigating the rules that they helped set up in the '80s to benefit the establishment. >> we'll see what happens
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tomorrow in the big state of california and elsewhere. ladies, thank you. my take, the chair of the republican national committee reince priebus says he's anticipating a family-friendly atmosphere when republicans gather in cleveland next month. he was predicting a g-rated convention including nothing that would give anyone heartburn. that may be, but six weeks out donald trump is keeping everything interesting and giving heartburn to at least some republicans. former republican candidate tweeted this out about trump and his hispanic judge controversy. @realdonaldtrump should apologize to judge curiel and try to unite the party and hillary clinton already using the words of other gopers condemning trump in a new ad out today. the question of the day is this, do you think trump should apologize to the judge? tweet me at gretchen carlson and use the #realstory. tweet yes or no. you're weighing in. a live twitter voet.
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welcome back to "the real story." a california swimmer has been sentenced to prison for six months for sexually assaulting a young woman on campus. he faced a maximum sentence of 14 years which his father told the judge was too harsh. his life will never be one he's dreamed of. it's a steep price to place for
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20 minutes of action in his whole life. the district attorney calling that punishment a slap on the wrist. >> we disagree with the judge's ruling in this case. we believe that brock turner should have been sent to prison. this was a serious pre-meditated attack on an intoxicated young woman that could not defend herself. our legal panel is here. outrageous or right on, lis? >> outrageous. can you not read the victim's 13-page statement here that is actually written to him, the defendant, and not believe this is absolutely an outrageous sentence. she goes on to talking about how she went to this party and the next thing she wakes up and she's covered in pine cones and needles and everything like that with abrasions all over her, gretchen. she wakes up and all these horrible things have been done to her.
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talks about being in the hospital and i don't even want my body. >> she said i stood there examining my body beneath the stream saying i don't want my body anymore. i wanted to take off my body like a jacket and leave it at the hospital with everything else. eric, did the judge not take into account the fact that another human life may have also been affected in this case, family the woman? >> obviously the judge didn't. when you have a case where a person, a young lady was sexually assaulted and they have this horrible wicked defense of saying, oh, it was -- it was pre-meditated and everyone agreed to it. that's the most ridiculous thing ever and for a young man to have six months in jail, not even prison, in jail, which is almost -- several steps above prison, this is not even a sentence. that's a slap on the wrist. >> well, how much do judges take into account the former life of the defendant? he didn't have a record. he had no criminal charges.
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he was a stanford university swimming star who was looking at olympics possibly in his future. does that play into the decision-making of a judge and should, it li s? >> let me break that down. the part of no criminal history, absolutely. that is important because your criminal history is important as far as your -- the time you get in actually points that go into that, all right? but the part about being a swimmer, no. what does being a swimmer have to do with the price of tea in china when you're talking about convicting or sentencing somebody. no. would the same person be of a different color, for instance, a ghetto kid in chicago or new york works they get that same brink? >> no. >> no, they wouldn't. >> the interesting thing, eric, protobase officer was apparently on the record as only recommending six months. the prosecutor could have gone for 14 years and said six years. >> the maximum was 14 years, six is right in the middle and you're looking apt a kid who --
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who he made egregious horrible decision to do this, and this is something where the victim is going to live with for the rest of her life and what made meet most sick when the judge said we don't want to harm his life. this young lady will be harmed every day of her life. she will think about this. >> right. >> hand she will have to live with it no matter what and he'll be out by christmas. >> she only smoke to the probation officer for 15 minutes, and that's what the probation officer based their sentence or recommendation on which the judge does take a lot of weight into. >> the judge -- >> the woman said you took away my worth, my privacy, my safety, my confidence, my own voice. interesting case. >> sickening. >> legal analysts, thank you. >> thank you. an alert to tell you about. bernie sanders speaking right now in california saying he thinks he'll win california tomorrow. let's listen in for a while. >> 11 million people living in the shadows, living in near
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because they are undocumented. we need real criminal justice reform so that we end the international embarrassment of having more people in jail than any other country on earth. we need to pass a medicare for all health care system so that we do not remain the only major country on earth not to guarantee health care to all people. >> all right. some of that audio feed and video feed was frozen there but bernie sanders saying he believes he can win the huge state of california in that primary tomorrow. we will let you know what else he says in that press conference. now on to this. more than two decades after the infamous double murder case grips the nation, is o.j. simpson preparing to confess to killing his ex-wife and her friend? more on that bombshell claim. plus, tropical storm colin due to make landfall in the u.s. hours from now. we're tracking the devastating storm's path next.
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starting to get contentious. bernie sanders speaking at a press conference in california. just started taking questions. let's listen. >> if hillary clinton runs for president is it sex of the to oppose her? >> no. if she has more delegates. >> i think the issue is, first of all, our focus right now is running and winning right here in california, and the second point that made is to absolutely imperative that we defeat donald trump as president of the -- as a candidate for president of the united states. i believe i'm the stronger
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candidate. yeah. >> you said that you must do everything you can to keep donald trump from winning the white house. do you believe that include trying to thwart hillary clinton from becoming the party? >> trying to thwart hillary clinton from becoming president? the shintaro ishihara uis who is the better candidate to be the candidate and defeat trump. right now our focus is winning on the largest state in the country, winning south dakota and north dakota and montana and in new mexico and doing the best we can in new jersey. new jersey is going to be a difficult state for us, but our goal is to get as many delegates as we possibly can and to make the case to super delegates that i believe the evidence is fairly strong that i am the better candidate. >> at what point do you become a spoiler, sir? >> first of all, let us focus -- i really hesitate as you well know, joe, to be engaged in
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speculation. if i win tomorrow in california, and if we do very well, and i don't know that we will, we may. if we do well in the other states, if there are super delegates out there who say, you know what, looking at the objective evidence of polling, looking at the objective evidence of who has the stronger -- >> bernie sanders taking questions about the possibility of thwarting hillary clinton's campaign or is he going to be a spoiler? he says he's in it to win it at a contested convention. at the same time hillary clinton also holding an event, and she's talking about super delegates right now as we were just debating. here's mrs. clinton. >> we have discussed them and put forth our cases, and donald trump has run a campaign of insults, so anyone who supported me, anyone who has supported senator sanders has a lot at stake in this election in preventing donald trump from being our president. which i can barely say.
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>> [inaudible question ]. >> well, we'll be talking about all of that in the next days and i look forward to that. obviously i'm excited about having the president's support because i -- i have said throughout this campaign i was honored to serve of in the president's cabinet as his secretary of state. i don't think he's gotten the credit he deserves for saving our economy from the great recession that it was experiencing when he became president. i want to continue and further the progress that we've made and that's another big difference between where i stand and where donald trump stands. he wants to repeal the affordable care act. he wants to go back to failed economic policies that would really hurt working people in our country. he doesn't want to raise the minimum wage. he believes equal pay is not a real issue, on and on so i'm going to look forward to campaigning as a really strong advocate for what i think will
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make the country get going again with the economy growing, the president got us out of that ditch and now we've got to run with it and i've laid out plans to do just that. >> last night when you took stage in sacramento there was a woman standing next to me who was absolutely ready. he said it's past time and you see the women here and people come up to you and they get tears. do you feel the weight of what this means? >> i do, i do, and you saw it yesterday. i've seen it for more than a year. my supporters are passionate. they are committed. they have voted for me in great numbers across our country for many reasons, but among those reasons is their belief that having a woman president will
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make a great statement, an historic statement about what kind of country we are, what we stand for. it's really emotional, and i am someone who has been very touched and really encouraged by this extraordinary conviction that people have. it's predominantly women and girl and not exclusively. men bring their daughters to meet me and tell me that they are supporting me because of their daughters, and do i think it will make a very big difference for a father or a mother to be able to look at their daughter, just like he can look at their son and say you can be anything that you want to be in this country including president of the united states. >> [inaudible question ]. >> that's up to the president. i'm going to be working hard, as i said, all day. we'll continue to do everything we can to get people out to vote in the upcoming contest
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tomorrow. i'll have something to say tomorrow night, but i look forward to campaigning with the president and everyone else because as i said in san diego last week -- >> presidential candidate hillary clinton in a rare event of taking questions as bernie sanders continues to give his press conference. clinton talking about the president's endorsement forthcoming apparently in the next few days, talking about donald trump, talking about becoming potentially the first woman president of the united states. keep it right here on fox as we continue to monitor both of these very interesting press conferences. all right. hillary clinton's former tech guru expected to plead the fifth in a deposition about her e-mail controversy. could clinton also now be forced to testify? plus, there will be no charges against the parents of the child that fell into that gorilla enclosure at the cincinnati zoo. that prosecutor joins me live exclusively next. >> be calm. be calm. be calm. >> he's dragging my son. i can't watch this.
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covering this story since it broke. >> reporter: thank you very much, gretchen. bryan pagliano has a youth immunity deal meaning he can't be criminally prosecuted or from leads generated by his testimony and in the separate civil suit brought by the freedom of information act pagliano has until tomorrow to file that immunity deal with the judge because the i.t. specialist intends to take the fifth in the civil case as he did during december in congressional testimony when this video was shot. he has every legal right against self-incrimination and when you take the fifth in a civil case legal experts stay can work against you and can be seen by court as an admission of wrongdoing. on top of that clinton's former chief of staff cheryl mills and her legal team consistently blocked questions about pagliano and mrs. clinton's server during her recent deposition, fwlokd in excess of 200 times and when people further down the chain block testimony or take the
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fifth it does increase the likelihood that mrs. clinton will be called to testify in that civil suit about her e-mails. gretchen? >> is there a legal maneuver? has it accomplished anything here? what does it mean? >> four of the central players are represented by the same lawyer. legal experts say it's unusual and may in this case already present a conflict of interest. the so-called common defense allows defendants to share the same lawyer but critics say in this case there appears to be a conflict because defendants can share information and potentially and look at the individuals involved. they are representing cheryl mills, policy adviser jake sullivan, gatekeeper felipe reines and heather sam nullson who decided which e-mails were personal and which were government business. former u.s. attorneys say the legal maneuvers can create legal challenges for investigators. >> all you're trying to do is seek the truth and when someone
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is sharing a lawyer you worry about that the interview that you just did an hour ago with that attorney has been shared with the next witness and they could fix or reconcile their story to be the same or similar to the previous witness. >> reporter: whitaker's group has also filed a freedom of information act lawsuit to get the details from denis chang, mrs. clinton's deputy chief of protocol. and only a handful of his e-mails were released by the state department and he's considered to be the link or point person between the clinton foundation and the mrs. clinton. >> thank you. another alert to tell you about the cincinnati zoo controversy. the mother of the boy who fell into the gorilla enclosure resulting in the killing will not have charges against her. >> we've concluded that no charges will be filed against
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the mother of the 3-year-old who fell on may 28th on the gorilla mein kampfment. >> the county prosecutor joins us now. joe, it didn't rise to the level of child endangerment in the police officer's mind and in your mind. is that what happened? >> well, the only law that would apply would be child endangering and it's a reckless standard where there's a known risk and the mother disregarded it and the child was harmed because it. this was a 3-year-old boy and the mother was watching three other children at the time and he crawled through the fence and right through the byrnes and fell 15 feet, and i'm surprised he wasn't hurt worse than he was. he just had some scratches and bruises, but the mother was not at all the. sent investigators over the weekend and is very impressed
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with the home that she's running right now. >> i want to show from the zoo's point of view now. this was the graphic in the cincinnati newspaper last week. it shows how the boy climbed over the three foot fence into the bushes and went over the bushes and fell into the moat and that's when the gorilla ignored zookeeper signals and jumped down to the boy. let me ask you this. is the zoo at all in trouble? >> well, i mean, there could possibly be some type of civil action. there's no criminal laws being violated by the zoo. it just depends what the family wants to do. they have taken a very i would call it a classy position and saying any money donated for the little boy should go to the zoo. the zoo was in a very difficult position because you have a 400-pound gorilla hovering over an -- there's parts of this that aren't on the tape, but the
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gorilla literally picked that boy up and carried him up a ladder to his -- his encampment and a decision was made. the animal was so powerful, gretchen. it could have hurt that boy in a second. >> it ignited this debate about human life versus animal life. you said you were surprised we were having this debate. what did you mean by that? >> i was shocked that people have basically decided, some people, that there's a moral equivalency to animal life and human life, and i don't share that belief system. i think that animal is a beautiful animal, a tremendous loss for the zoo and the community and you can't take a chance when had a 400-pound gorilla has had a little 3-year-old in that situation.
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>> right. prosecutor in hamilton county in cincinnati, joe deiters, no charges against the mother. good to see you. >> thanks, gretchen. no apology from donald trump on his comments about the federal judge who is of mexican descent handing -- handling his trump u lawsuit. greta van susteren is going to weigh in on all of this coming up next. are you comfortable with a potential president attacking a federal judge for his heritage? >> no. this is one of the worst mistakes trump has made. i have asthma...
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over his criticism of the latino judge handling the trump university lawsuit. >> he's got bias. i want to build a wall. coming to build a build. doing very well with the latinos and hispanics and mexicans. >> if it were a muslim judge would you feel like they wouldn't be able to treat you fairly because that have policy of yours? >> it's possible, yes. that would be possible, yes, absolutely. >> greta van sustern is host of "on the record" with fox and here to talk about this topic today. >> greta, can a judge be disqualified from a case merely because of ethnic background, or do you actually have to have a material conflict of interest? >> look. here's how it works, gretchen. first of all, a judge can disqualify him or herself. if some case comes before him he can disqualify himself. on the other hand, if a judge doesn't raise himself and a litigant thinks a judge might be unfair and follows a motion to disqualify or recuse and the judge considers it and the
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opposing side gets to ask it. a way we do this very methodically and fairly and it will be the judge's decision. it's very unusual for judges to disqualify themselves because they believe they can be fair. the way donald trump is going about this, dead wrong. >> dead wrong. >> dead wrong. >> gingrich agrees with you. newt gingrich had this to say about it from a political point of view. here's newt. >> this is one of the worst mistakes trump has made, and i think it's inexcusable. he has every right to criticize a judge and has every right to say certain decisions aren't right and his attorneys can file to move the venue from the judge. first of all, this judge was born in indiana. he is an american, period. >> that's really important coming from newt gingrich because many thought he was on the short list for vp and has been basically a trump supporter. what do you think about it? >> speaker gingrich is talking about the political ramifications and frankly, i agree with speaker gingrich. i mean, why in the world would
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donald trump do this? i mean, it's incredible that he would do this and do this in this way. whether or not it actually has an impact on donald trump with the voters, i don't know. voters get to make their own decision and it may be one factor. voters don't base their decision on one thing so it my bounce off of him like teflon. >> the question today was should donald trump apologize to the judge? >> i think he should apologize. i think people make mistakes and i think the judge should be big and accept it. we fight about an awful lot of things in this country. a lot bigger issues that are going on and i think it would probably reflect much more favorably on donald trump if he did apologize. >> i can't believe a whole here has gone by since the last time i gave you this shout-out but you made "forbes" 2016 list of most powerful women in the year.
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sixth-year in a row and the only journalist on the list. that's fantastic. >> and you know why, because i have the longevity in this business, probably why, but more important than that i have a fantastic platform. fox news channel an enormous platform that reaches around the globe and you know how wonderful it is and we get so many opportunities with this platform to do so many things so -- and so many of my colleagues are doing wonderful things associated with unbelievable charities, so, you know, i actually tip my hat to everybody at the channel and i think probably because i'm thewoman who has been in the business the longest continuous that's why i get it and you don't but when i bow out you'll have the years. >> you are the hardest worker that i've ever met. >> can i say one thing. it's weird but why are we dressed always in the same colors? i just pulled this off my hook in my office and it happens -- it's an odd color and you're wearing the same color. >> it is an odd color. the coral day because it's greta and gretchen day. people screw up our names, but,
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i don't know, they are very similar. >> this wasn't planned. that's so weird. >> i hope i can live up to the example you have set as a journalist. >> former police officer and friend of o.j. simpson, here's the stories, folks. believes the fallen financial great will confess to killing nicole brown simpson. why is he saying this now? it's next. after a long day, dave stops working, but his aleve doesn't. because aleve can last 4 hours longer than tylenol 8 hour. what will you do with your aleve hours?
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trial of the century still making headlines today in 2016. more than two decades later a friend of oj simpson thinks the star might confess to the murders of nicole brown simpson and ronald goldman.
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>> ron ship p has been friends with o.j. for 26 years. ship p testified during oj's murder trial that simpson confessed to him he dreamed of killing nicole brown simpson, and sometime next year he thinks he will then confess at the premiere of espn russ new series, oj simpson, made in america, ship p said simpsonness torment today saying he has been told oj weighs 300 pounds, looks like he is trying to live with limps, and he went 0 say, quoting, i hope one day will rid us of all the doubt and conspiracy theories and say, sorry, i cannot go to prison because of double jeopardy law us but i am sorry i did it. ship p went on to say when conspiracy theories were circling that -- he believes o. jury should have stepped up and
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said, my son didn't do it. the theory involving jason simpson is now being made into its open documentary. although several experts have not docked knocked it down as being lewd russ. ron ship p says when the murders happened he didn't want to believe his friend was the killer saying, because of his love for o.j. he turned a blind eye to the things he saw. >> still fascinating all these years later. trace, thank you. fitness icon richmond sim -- richard simmonss spending the weekend in the hospital. what is gng on with richard simmons? constipated? use dulcolax tablets for gentle overnight relief suppositories for relief in minutes and stool softeners for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax, designed for dependable relief
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"the los angeles times" reports the younger clinton was released on $15,000 bail today. time to check out what america is clicking on today. the social media accounts belonging to a pioneer the business hacked. someone gained access to the page of mark zuckerberg. and rick releasing a new album title "50." why? because it's his age. and richard simmons says he is fine. downplaying reports he was found incoherent over the weekend, saying he merely suffered from dehydration. trump taking some heat for criticizing a judge over his ethnicity. the question of the day: should donald trump apologize to the judge? let's look how the votes are leading us right now. this is a live poll on twitter. should trump apologize?
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75% say no. 25% say yes. keep the votes coming in. thank you for being part of the show today for monday. i'm gretchen carlson, now let's lid to bill, in for shep. >> donald trump firing back as more big-name republicans saying trump questioning a judge's heritage crosses the line. we could be hours airplane from hillary clinton clinching the number of delegates needed to be the democratic nominee, but bernie sanders claims tomorrow's vote in california will not change a thing. why he says he still has shot. another tropical storm threatening millions with high points and drenching rains and it's set to make landfall very soon. the florida coast as colin is ready to roar onshore.


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