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melissa: are right come back one day and we will see what we bet on. hopefully it's the winner and a scored something else. it could be how much longer we have to work. we look forward to having you back. risk and reward starts right now. >> thank you so much. >> marco rubio is a guy who has never had to make an difficult choice in his life. we elected a united states senator last time and it did work out well for us. >> if momentum are measured by the media marco rubio what are you be the nominee. the media is telling. >> people having a tough time in the campaign especially near the end you see desperation set in. i'm not too worried. >> the three leading contenders on the republican side. think about their record of experience. donald trump. i will leave it at that. >> these people, i would like to
use really foul language. i won't do it. i was going to say there are followed [bleep] but i won't say that. it's true. melissa: the drug -- the gloves are off with four days to go in the new hampshire primary. there could be some surprises in new hampshire. pollsters have failed to predict senator cruise' first-place finish in iowa. there's a new poll that shows donald trump holding the lead and senator ribble your getting ground as well. my political power panel is here conservative commentator james bruce and democratic strategist john raleigh. welcome to you both. what happens next? i'm going to ask you both the same question. what is your prediction for new hampshire? who finishes in what order? >> it's the last stand of the republican establishment. bush, kasich, carly, christie all are pretty much done at the end and i think if rubio can continue this trend, this trend
come i don't know if to win but he will have amazing momentum coming out of new hampshire in but they can keep in mind especially around presidential primaries is think about the impact they have on the campaign and on voters when the last polls come out because you know voters react, campaigns reacted to things in one of the reasons you had surprising results in iowa is campaigns did things differently. sometimes out of desperation and voters react to that as well. melissa: if i have to ask you her gold, silver and bronze who do you think? >> look of this is more difficult than iowa. i i correctly predicted iowa for ted cruz but independents play such a big role. i think donald trump has an excellent chance of winning but we see the same trajectory as we did in iowa. his numbers are trending down. rubio is trending up. cruz is a little bit static. it is the last stand. jeb bush put virtually everything into new hampshire. chris christie is surprisingly
not doing well at all in the polls. i think when you're dealing with number one-donald trump is going to win this one in the fight is going to be per second. ted cruz still has a ground game second to none. to be able to target those who are inclined already to support him and by the way though this could all be changed if cruz and trump don't stop dividing. they divide their own vote that is what will give rubio a chance to move into second so if cruz and trump stop fighting cruz will take second and if they don't rubio will take second. that's exactly where rubio wants to be leading into south carolina. melissa: i heard you loudly and clearly you think donald trump will win new hampshire. there are so many independent and so many independents anything that would be appealing in that way to people. here he is when confronted at a town hall in new hampshire. >> throughout the course of this campaign you said some disparaging comments about women and people from other countries
other religions and about everybody who has disagreed with you. explain to me how i can look at my daughters and have them look up to it president trump. >> no one has more respect for women that ipad been great to women and women have been great to me. they have done a great job. i do bring up things that are things that people don't want to bring up. when i brought up the muslim problem, it's very interesting i brought the problem up in the world started going wild and now the world is agreeing with me. >> what do you think of trump's response they are? >> i'm waiting for him to take credit for inventing the internet. he's delusional that he is the first person that is talked about so many of these things when a lot of people in another party have talked about it for a long time. whether will impact him or not he's the peeling to a sliver of the electorate, the most conservative tea party angry or white or anti-obama wing of the party sliver of the national electorate.
i don't know that it will impact him in new hampshire. the thing about new hampshire voters is they are contrarians and i'm not sure if that means they deliver a surprise for trump. they certainly have delivered surprises before but there may be one of those equal and opposite reactions to late polling that we have seen in both parties. diedre. can i trump it -- chime in one additional tissue. the heroin is a big issue. we know it's related to the open border of the ability of move -- drugs moving up to the country. also i notice that he did change his approach. he noted that he would like to win but he is not sure. his demeanor does seem to have shifted in 12 hours a little bit and i think that will help him. diedre. tammy and john stay with me. in the meantime on the other side of the aisle last nights democratic debate senator sanders and hillary clinton sparred hard.
>> secretary clinton does represent the establishment. >> senator sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment and enough is enough. >> one of the things we should do is not only talk the talk but walk the walk. i am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a super pac food doesn't use money from wall street. >> you will not find that i ever changed the view or a vote because of any donation that i ever received. so i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. let's talk about the issues. sablan my political power panel will be back with me shortly to tell you what they think of those sites.
fox business will bring you live coverage of her nation's first primary. it happens tuesday, february 9. neil cavuto will bring you the results from asherson as they come in starting at 7:55 eastern time but if you look the marks a day stocks got crushed. fewer than forecast jobs are added to the economy and in his state of the union address president obama had this to say. >> anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is peddling fiction. diedre. economist about 190,000 jobs of the attitude is economy and a number 150,000 and 39,000 new report shows the number playoffs hit a six-month high soaring 218% from december to january. gary smith is with me now present of casino group. some economists are calling the jobs report mix. what is your take? >> i think that's optimistic to think it's terrible.
look, there was are was 151,000 jobs created. two-thirds of those jobs were in retail. one third was in food services so you know the job creator was not the ceo of mcdonald's. it's people behind the counter flipping burgers or the person working the menswear section at walmart. those are the kinds of jobs we are creating so we are creating terrible jobs not even enough of them and the other important numbers you well know was the labor force participation rate. that continues to be dismally lower than it was a year ago meaning the number of jobs that were created even with the population growth. >> i am taking your point on that gary smith thanks for that short sweet perception. for national concerns to local ones to nypd officers were shot
at a public housing complex in there today. the incident follows the shootings of six other on duty officers. in a little bit more than a year. for those officers died. new york city real estate executive dawn don peebles is with me. it's great to see you. does this change your view at all? >> i think what is happening here is the administration running the city is tone deaf and not living in reality. we are having a dramatic increase in random violence and that's despite visitors coming to new york in making business owners more concerned if you add that to the other discussion about adding more regulations to the private sector and it forces people to look at an alternative. diedre. you have said in the past you would consider a run for mayor of new york city. two incidences such of these propel you forward in the sense
that i can do better than what is happening now. >> absolutely. we have criminals walking around with weapons and armed and shooting police officers. we have slashings. we have women being raped. rape in central park and the mayor is going to iowa to knock on doors for hillary clinton when the city is in chaos so yes bit of a concern. diedre: but me ask you speaking of being tone deaf we do want to play some clips from mayor de blasio. here is one of them. >> actually we don't have that but in essence he is essentially trying to speak in favor of the police force. he has come under so much fire for not protecting the force. >> what has happened is the mayor said the tone very early. bill de blasio after they grand jury decided not to indict the officers were at eric gardner's death he sympathized with people
who were in fear of police violence as opposed to recognizing he is the leader of the police department but the reality as he tried to racially polarized the issue and frankly the minority african-american and latino disproportionately carry the burden of crimes and there are no more conservatives in new york that i would when it comes to one-person african-americans. diedre: there is a black lives matter candidate, activists excuse me who wants to put himself forward to be the mayor of baltimore. is it a good mix to have an activist turned mayor? >> no, we see it in new york right now. to build the palazio was a public advocate who is an activist. being in mayor of the a major city you are performing administrative functions and municipal functions and also you have to be a good manager. these are multibillion dollar organizations redux this be a long running for congress in united states senate. they along baby on the city
council but they do not belong as managers. our city needs to be run by competent managers experienced in leading businesses and large organizations. diedre: when you are ready for your announcement you know where to come. in the meantime real estate exec. the refugee crisis is worsening in germany. another sexual assault in cologne. this one happened live as a reporter was working on air. my next guest says germany etiquette is not working to don't separate note north korea's martin shkreli took the fifth yesterday. >> you can look away if you would like but i wish you could see the faces of people no matter what this says cannot get the drugs that they need. diedre: this so-called farmer brown has posted a video to
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diedre: scioscia media company twitter announcing it will shut down more than 100,000 accounts better team to be part of isis recruiting counts. retired navy captain "fox news" military chuck nash is with me now. captain what is your take on twitter's decision? >> i think there is public pressure because people are outraged that these bad guys are being allowed to use the same social networks that law-abiding
people are. >> does this mean terrorists will just find another method to communicate quick? >> absolutely. there may be a good news stories for our intelligence community because they may be one step ahead of them finding out what their plan b was for communications and maybe this is really going to put them communicating on networks that are a little more accessible to our nsa and other intelligence operations. diedre: facebook does not want to be left out of the conversation or seen as being negligent. here's the c. o. o. sheryl sandberg. >> they launched the called a like attack on the facebook page the npd is the neo-nazi party. rather than scream to they got 100,000 people who like the page
and you did not like the page and put a message of tolerance on the page. diedre: made -- what do you make of this vigilante social media? b is that the way to go? >> that's just silly. that's doing nothing or then again a couple of keystrokes on a handheld device. that's silly. it's like the girls when boko haram took the printer girls. that means absolutely nothing the people trying to sabotage. diedre: going from nothing to something female journalists reporting on the carnival in cologne said she was sexually assaulted on live tv. we are showing a video. there is a making gestures behind her. the reporters think someone grabbed her. how is germany going to address this issue and what does the
u.s. have to learn from germany's example? >> dierdre that's a long answer questions i'll keep it short. what you are seeing is what happens in microcosm. in the 1970s rape is almost unknown in sweden. the government did a study and found out the migrants from north africa to muslim males coming up for were 23 times more likely to commit rape so now you are seeing europe and germany pay last year they had 100,000 applicants for asylum. last month 100,000 asylum seekers showed up just last month and they are saying they're going to take 800,000 more babies societies have got to get over this political correctness because there are naïveté is jeopardizing public safety and the safety of their entire culture. diedre: we have heard angola merkel -- angela merkel saying asylum in germany is temporary
and they are going to endeavor to send a lot of the refugees back which unfortunately for germany's going to be very complicated. would you think of cologne establishing a safe zone for women almost segregating out its own women? >> exactly. here's the deal. this thing is like mardi gras in new orleans. there are ro a lot of loose flying around and people are drunk and happy but these gangs are moving around so what are these women supposed to do? go into the tent area? that something a lot of fun. the 2500 cops in the steel in 1.5 million visitors in cologne in this mardi gras type events of who they penalize? whose freedom do they restrict? the women's. that's. they are not going to do that. deirdre: captain chuck nash thank you as always. glad to have you here. >> my pleasure deirdre.
deirdre: the flint water crisis just getting worse and worse. new e-mail showing officials knew that the water was poisoned. >> i might reach the epa continues. >> that much money they poisoned the kids in flint. i find it despicable. deirdre: our legal expert is going to tell us who he thinks is going to jail over it and also farmer roe was all smirks yesterday. >> you can look away if you like but i wish you could see the faces of people no matter what it says you cannot get the drugs that they need. deirdre: martin's shkreli has a new youtube post and we will play it for you after this. >> i invoke my fifth amendment privilege. i invoke my fifth amendment privilege.
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>> it was a cover up of the worst kind. it's costing you people money. you are costing people their health and maybe their lives. deirdre: that was wisconsin congressman on the unfolding water crisis in flint michigan. now there are new e-mails released by the liberal group progress michigan alleging that principle adviser to michigan governor rick snyder was made aware of the crisis 10 month prior to the governor informing the public. tammy is back with me now. tammy who was going to be held accountable for 100,000 children in poisoned? >> if we leave it up to the establishment, and i went. we haven't seen anyone when it comes to federal scandals being taken to task for what they have done. i'd call the wild for governor snyder's resignation. flint was under a state appointed emergency manager when this occurred and the decision to switch to the flint river with me.
ultimately any leader knows that the box stops with them. now with these e-mails showing the main aide knew about this 10 month before he said he did and continue to go on is outrageous. i'm a conservative. i'm not a republican but i think there's got to be responsibility for everyone across-the-board. it's a progressive group that found this out. i don't care who founded out. the truth is the truth. facts matter and i think snyder should take a step and resign at this point and the epa -- deirdre: there's no other way to say it. speaking of health matters from a different lens pharma bro martin's shkreli blasting congress on youtube. >> the reality is it's pathetic that they need me to get publicity for themselves and i think it's transparent. i think it's pathetic. they could have had a closed
chamber meeting with me. they didn't want that. they could have could have given him immunity and they didn't want that. the last thing they would want me to do is to testify because it's too embarrassing to them. deirdre: shkreli lasted in congress after getting an earful. >> you can look away if you would like but i wish you could see the faces of people, no matter what it says who cannot get the drugs that they need. deirdre: to your credit you got into it twitter altercation was shkreli. he can go in front of that house hearing and take the fifth but he has security fraud charges against him. >> he's facing serious criminal charges. i'm shocked his lawyers are allowing them to post things on the internet at this point. a lot of americans don't realize what this guy did that more than that it really isn't all about him despite his feelings that it's his own narcissism obviously. this is about the nature of the
kinds of choices being made in the pharmaceutical industry but also the kind of person we are dealing with. so i think congress did everyone i think a favor and highlighting this guy's behavior and his attitude because look i am all for-profit. the pharmaceutical industries face people's lives but this is the kind of thing we have to make sure we focus on. shkreli himself i'm surprised no one in his family is intervened. he is obviously a young man with some problems facing very serious charges and his lawyers stopped him at one point in a congressional hearing from speaking which would have ended his fifth amendment right to not speak and they should also try to protect him from himself at this point. deirdre: i was going to say he is lucky his lawyers on the case because his lawyer lawyers trying to explain away with seems to be very bad behavior. tammy bruce thank you very much. moving to the big game on sunday super bowl brings in big bucks
for the players on the field whether they win or lose. athletes earning more than a million dollars are subject to a so-called jock tax. carolina quarterback cam newton may be feeling it extra hard. cheryl is live from san francisco. i know you're ready for the big game but it's significant how all of these athletes -- in california. >> absolutely because of the tax situation. two years ago peyton manning paid a lot of taxes. we thought those numbers were big. cam newton if he wins on sunday much bigger numbers. let's look at the tax rate of california. it's called the job tax. 13.3%. that is the amount paid on earnings per athletes who earned a million dollars or more and
most of them do. it looks like the income you would get from a super bowl. no matter who you are. the losing team from each player $102,000. remember california gets attacked and initiative for every single penny they make. cam newton and the panthers a day when cam newton his tax bill for 2016 $159,516. if he loses this the same story. why bother playing. mr. nagin will be paid $159,560. it's a duty tax. your annual calendar income versus the amount of days you work and the more you make the worse attacks is.
>> good weather and california and higher taxes. i'm not sure californians are happy with the trade. thank you so much. hillary clinton says she has not an establishment candidate. >> senator sanders as the only person that i think would characterize me as a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment and enough is enough. deirdre: our next guest says hillary clinton admits to playing the woman card. also one person killed and three injured, a 500-foot crane came falling down during rush hour. a man sitting in a parked car worker to nearby building copy whole incident as it happened.
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have a super pac who's not raising money from wall street. >> you will not find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donations that i ever received. so i think it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out in recent weeks. and let's talk -- let's talk about the issues. deirdre: tensions were high as hillary clinton and senator sanders sparred hard over issues such as campaign finance. also terms such as establishment candidate and progressive candidate. my political power panel is back. tammy bruce, john, so, tammy. what do you make of hillary's connections, fundraising from wall street? is this going to cause her a problem? or does it pail in comparison to the e-mail scandal? >> look, i think it's all about integrity. obviously the american people don't trust her for a reason. she has been the first lady,
she's been a senator from new york, the secretary of state, and she stands there and says she's not the establishment? one good thing -- i'm a feminist, i was the president for national organization for women in l.a. and was on their board. we do know women now have moved up on their reigning, we can be establishment, and i want a woman to be president, but just not that one. and i think she has to realize that she's not the only holder that we know what she's doing. women have other choices now. and i think whether it's the e-mails or even who she is, her own positioning, the money she takes, all of it speaks to a lack of trust, a lack of credibility, and a woman who tends to make things up as she goes along. deirdre: all right, john, you heard tammy's points there, i just want to bring in hillary clinton's comments on saying she is not an establishment candidate. >> bernie sanders is the only person who i think would characterize me, a woman
running to be the first woman president as exemplifying the establishment. and enough is enough. . deirdre: so, john, that's obviously hillary's take there. but about the e-mails, how much credibility -- how much is this going to cost her? there are months to go until november. we don't know what else is going to come out. >> well, senator sanders has made the e-mail issue a mute point in the primary. and the establishment argument is a little bit off base. i haven't seen many candidates lose in the -- unlike the republican primary what's going on where there is a battle over who's too moderate andestablishment. and frankly hillary clinton has her toe in a lot of different parts of the democratic party overtime. and quite frankly the challenge he has had and almost single issue that bernie sanders has made is the wall street angle. so it's -- i think it's less of an establishment issue as kind of the wall street message, which has given her some problems. and -- so anyway i think it's more wall street than an
establishment issue. deirdre: all right. hillary does sound pretty confident, though, as far as the e-mails go. but i hear what you're saying, tammy, this is all wrapped up in credibility. >> it is. she's a robot. she's trained to sound confident. she makes things up. look, bernie sanders got more aggressive with her after that meeting with barack obama in the white house. and i think that you've realized -- there's one female senator that has not endorsed hillary clinton and that's elizabeth warren. barack obama is not moving either. you've got this investigation with the fbi. but what we're dealing with hillary here is whether it's establishment or wall street or you might think the two are the same, i happen to love wall street, is the fact that her daughter campaigning for her lives in a $10 million condo in new york, a young man married to a hedge fund manager. the attempts to portray herself as an outsider is in and of itself insulting. bernie sanders made $5 million more last month than hillary did. this message is resonating
because democrats are also sick and tired of what's been going on. >> that's a good thing that republican primary voters are concerned about. but once we pivot to the general election, a lot of these problems are going to seem petty and political and partisan. and in terms of the e-mail, there's no precedent in the history of the united states where a presidential candidate has been indicted in a campaign and she needs something dark and -- >> she won't be the nominee. so it won't be an issue. deirdre: john, tammy,. >> dream on. deirdre: glad to have you here. we just want to highlight quickly what happened in the markets. stocks got crushed. there was a monthly job number missed. >> anyone claiming that america's economy is in decline is pedaling fiction. deirdre: new reports say investors are ditching stocks putting a lot in cash. find out if you should be doing the same.
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competition former apprentice winner bill has teamed up into it. bill, glad to have you here. so this 30-second spot on sunday cost an average $5 million. why did this company, this crazy coffee company win? >> well, you know, we -- we spent the last year traveling around the country looking for small businesses to participate in this competition called small business big game. and we had tens of thousands of small businesses apply. got narrowed down, narrowed down, eventually everyone in america got to vote. and they chose death wish coffee. it was just a great story. the young man started this business literally moving home with his mom at the age of 30 and put his lifesavings on the line and started it. he had an idea, he had a dream, and i think people really connected with that story because that's how 98% of the small businesses that are out there today started. so. deirdre: good point. facebook started in a dorm room. >> one way of celebrating
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deirdre: there you go. proof. >> but he's someone who has a proven track record, and he knows how to get deals done. deirdre: we thank you. looking forward to seeing the ad live on sunday. bill joining us there. stocks got crushed today. the nasdaq down more than 3%. even the tech darlings from last year sold off in today's session. investors are pouring more than $200 billion into cash. is this the right move? >> well, it's the expected move. i mean most retail investors base their investing on emotions or the momentum of the market. and since july, which, you know, we've seen the great excess out, we've had the big market dip in august of last year. we had the big market dip of january. some would say it's still continuing. who could blame them out there? you can't get any returns on bonds so where are you going to go cash? now, to the quickly answer your question, is that the way to go? maybe back in july it was.
now i would say i think we have further to go down. so if you have, say, $20,000 to invest, i would put 10,000 in the market right now and wait for further pull back. deirdre: all right, gary, thank you very much. we love specific advice. gary smith joining us there. well, a huge stock drop speaking of networking site linkedin down more than 40%. with me next a silicon valley investor on whether or not another tech crash is coming. 15% yahoo ceo marissa meyer receiving criticism over -- well, a lot of the moves she's making. we'll fill you in. plus a fatal christina crash right here in new york city. one person killed, three others injured, a 500-foot christina came rushing down during rush hour. a worker at a nearby building caught the whole thing on his cell phone.
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deirdre: tech stocks sold off today. especially ones that had more than 50% gains last year. so facebook, amazon, netflix, all down more than 5% in today's session. stock tech venture capitalist founder managing partner is with me now. jeff, it's great to see you. >> good to be back. deirdre: when you see the nasdaq down more than 3%, when you looked at linkedin when was a big tech darling for many years, down 45%. what do you think of the tech environment right now? >> so there's been a lot of nervousness in the market. we know that since the
beginning of the year. and there's been sort of expectations that were priced in terms of continued growth. and they didn't deliver based on how the 2016 would shape up for them. deirdre: so, jeff, you invest at the very beginning. >> very. deirdre: and then you help a little bit as the company grows. does this change when you see big drops like this? does this change the way you're investing now? >> no. not at the worst stage. we still do roughly 15 investments per year and will continue doing so in 2016. i think the way the impact we'll see is how investors behind us will see growth rounds will just change in terms of valuations and market. because there's no way you can have a disconnect between market which is clearly down a lot this year and what was paid for unicorns in the current market. deirdre: you have invested in some -- well, numerous hot stocks. some which are still private, some of which are still
public, which public one are the most proud of? that you saw early, got in early. >> i'm still happy what fitbit has done. obviously down 50% this year, but it helps the world get in shape. and hopefully the market left hand that, you know, the apple watch won't kill it, all of its competitors won't kill them and the new line up of products are actually pretty exciting. the market doesn't like it. but, you know, still has 17 awards. deirdre: there's a new design, it looks good. >> fashion focused. deirdre: with a company, though, such as yahoo clearly on the ropes. do you get anxious that there are fewer potential buyers for any other companies that you might be investing? >> so it's unusual to see those valuations coming down which are actually going to get the buyers back to the table negotiating with company's potential buyouts. because the last couple of years the expectations were so
high that the market was tipped and most people saying the market is on track, let's have a discussion. deirdre: good standard of all things, jeff, thank you so much. joining me there partner at stock tech vc. super bowl sunday is this weekend. cheryl is there. an update from her in just a minute. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like social media equals anti-social. hey guys, i want you to meet my fiancée, denise. hey. good to meet you dennis. this just got interesting. why pause to take a pill? or stop to find a bathroom? cialis for daily use is approved to treat both erectile dysfunction and the urinary symptoms of bph, like needing to go frequently, day or night. tell your doctor about all your medical conditions and medicines, and ask if your heart is healthy enough for sex do not take cialis if you take nitrates for chest pain, or adempas for pulmonary hypertension,
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