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this is our day to breathe while others are open. >> i wouldn't be surprised if the dow was up 200 points at open. we may have have the 08 crash where it goes down 50% from the top or opportunity to buy high-risk debt which is down 20% from the peak in some indexes. there is decision going on. will it get better or get worse? that is where we are. no one side clearly in the lead but over last couple days people are looking at stuff over. oil is coming back a little bit. central banks certainly accommodative, chinese central bank seems more optimistic. could be a big buy the dip move. deirdre: jonas, i will be checking back in with you in a bit. meantime jonas max ferris.
there is volatility in the markets you heard from jonas there is volatility in the highest court of the land. the death of supreme court justice scalia, a conservative legend, is starting off a huge political battle. president obama says he will nominate a successor in due time. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities to nominate a successor in due time. there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the senate to fulfill its responsibility to give that person a fair hearing and a timely vote. deirdre: shannon bream, fox news legal correspondent with me right now. so, shannon, the senate returns from recess february 22nd. i assume any names the white house put forward happens after that date, right? reporter: that's what we think at this point but of course, deirdre, we're in such unusual territory, there are rules going out the window. there are not rules for some of the these situations. it is rare but not unheard of
for justices to be both nominated and confirmed in an election year. it has been almost0 years since that happened -- 80 years since that happened according to our research. there is growing partisan divide in the senate where numerous gop senators are publicly taking a stand, there is no way they will allow president obama and his nominee to be confirmed. as you expect that includes 2016 contenders like senator marco rubio who said this on the campaign trail. >> there is no way the senate should confirm anyone that barack obama tries to appoint in his last year in office to a lifetime appointment. [applause] reporter: after senate majority leader republican mitch mcconnell said this, leave it to the american people. we'll let them do that via their next choice for president, senator elizabeth warren a democrat, said this on her facebook page, quote, senator mcconnell is right that the american people should have a voice in the selection of the next supreme court justice. in fact they did. when president obama won the
2016, or excuse me 2012 election by five million votes. go ahead and look ahead to a short list of possible obama nominees. judge patricia millet sits on d.c. circuit. she is respected on both sides of the aisle. you heard this name a lot judge. he also sits on the d.c. circuit. he clerked for justice sandra day o'connor. highly regarded. relatively young by supreme court standards and was easily confirmed to the current post by the senate. would be the first indian-american justice. i've been hearing the name attorney general loretta lynch. she would be another first for the court, african-american woman. she may be viewed as too political a pick in this very delicate situation. we think at fox news, judge jane kelly should be on short list, former harvard classmate of president. she is strong persuasive writer, that could come in handy on the nation's highest court.
there are many possibilities. for sure, anyone who accepts this nomination they will have to be prepared for bloody, bruising fight ahead on capitol hill. deirdre: looked tough indeed. shannon, thank you so. shannon bream joining us, fox news chief legal correspondent. president obama has 10 months in his presidency. senate republicans as you heard from shannon would rather wait to have the next president decide who will take justice scalia's place. there are four conservative justices and four liberals after scalia's passing. democratic appointees have not held the majority on the high court in more than 40 years. meantime there are open cases, ones before the supreme court. fox news legal analyst, lis wiehl with the latest. great to see you. listen, the business of the court -- >> must go on, exactly. if the, decision not decided by june and it is 4-4, then lower courts hold sway.
let's go forward, with affirmative action. fisher v. university of texas in austin. that is affirmative action. that will be decided by june. that is in front of the court right now. what will happen we don't know if there is not another vote. deirdre: i want to pause here, on our screen to match exactly what you're saying, these are huge, contentious issues. you just mentioned affirmative action. but abortion, the first case will be heard in decades. immigration, voting rights. the list is long. >> goes on and on. affirmative action, abortion, immigration, university of texas as well. let's go forward to voting rights. again, this ask one person, one vote. you have got union versus collect fees this is california. from texas to california, we have huge cases going on in this country, that will be decided by june, whether or not we've got
another vote, ninth vote or not. deirdre: as top legal mind yourself you know scalia. he was known for this kind of original interpretation of the constitution. >> yes. deirdre: is there anybody out there that is on the short list, i'm not saying who could match that, similar in thought from that short list? >> not on that short list, no. scalia, love him or hate him was original. and his dissenting opinions were original. his remarks were, from the bench were original. he, his humor was original. deirdre: even ruth bader ginsberg is one of the most liberal, had a great friendship. >> had friendship. you can not find a replacement that quickly for him either in opinion or wit or anything like that. right now what you're looking at is a court completely divided. it will be 4-4. now you have to find someone that could kind of make that bridge. but really, we are looking at a completely divided 4-4 split with major decisions coming up in june. deirdre: all right.
we thank you as always. we'll be talking a lot before then. >> a lot. a lot. deirdre: lis wiehl with me there, fox news legal analyst. republicans saying president obama's late term nomination to replace justice scalia would not represent the will of the people. >> i plan to fulfill my constitutional responsibilities. >> we are not moving forward on supreme court nominee until after this election. >> this should be a decision for the people. deirdre: republican representative bob goodlatte from virginia with me now. he is also the chairman of the judiciary committee. thank you very much, congressman, for the time in advance. want to go right to a comment from gop can sate senator cruz saying he will filibuster any supreme court nomination made by president obama. here is the texas senator's comments for those who haven't followed as closely as you have. >> does that mean you will
filibuster anyone, anyone that president obama nominates. >> absolutely. this should be a decision for the people, george. we have got an election. democrats, i can not wait to stand on that stage with hillary clinton or with bernie sanders, and take the case to the people. what vision of the supreme court do you want? let the election decide. deirdre: congressman, what do you think of cruz's opinion and his strategy? >> well, deirdre highly unusual to have a supreme court confirmation in presidential election year. the last one was 1940. president roosevelt, quite frankly almost all of the ones occurred in presidential years, the senate is controlled by same party as the president. here you have not only divided congress with the president but you also have a divided court. the stakes are very, very high. and justice scalia was a lion of the court, strong, originalist, strong on tex allism, protecting write of legislators writing laws and not have courts
reinterpret those laws. to replace him, requires not only great deal of deliberation but also i think requires taking it back to the american people. this is great issue to add to the presidential debate and let the next president of the united states nominate this important supreme court position. deirdre: congressman, is there anyone on the short list or other who you think may be is not like justice scalia but who would do his legacy credit? >> we haven't seen who the president will nominate, but it is highly unlikely that this president, who has repeatedly taken his pen and his cell phone and attempted to go around the congress and enact policies that he would nominate a justice of the supreme court that would have anything close to justice scalia's position protect the constitution which i think he was our strongest advocate. deirdre: congressman, we thank you so much for the time. glad to have you here. >> thank you, deirdre. deirdre: new york city senator chuck schumer criticizing
republicans for threatening to block president obama's supreme court nomination saying democrats have never done that. >> this kind of obstructionism isn't going to last. you know, we democrats didn't do this. deirdre: in 2007 he did do just that, with president george w. bush's nominee. hear it for yourself. >> >> speaking of big decisions, president obama is cutting the counterterrorism budget. my next guest is wondering why when a bomb was found in rental car near a albuquerque airport. mark zuckerberg has 16 bodyguards to protect him according to our sources. general thomas mcinerney says he should worry less about his own safety and help us spot terrorists on social media. ♪ pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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>> cnbc is on tape, we're open for business. deirdre: credible explosive device found in a rental car in a car in albuquerque yesterday. at the same time chuck schumer slamming president obama's $300 million cut to anti-terror programs to cities. retired attorney general tom mcinerney is with me. general, welcome. seems like the wrong time to cut anti-terror spending. why is the president doing this now? >> it beats me, deirdre. i don't know why at all. 2016 is a very vulnerable year for us. look what happened in paris, look what happened in chattanooga, look what happened with the russian airliner. the signs out there flashing red. i don't understand why the
president went from 300 million down to 139 million even though he put it other programs. cities like new york city which is our most vulnerable city so i can not understand it. deirdre: you're not alone, general. i want to know how threatening the kind of device that was found on the avis rent-a-car seems to you? >> well, there are a couple options or maybe three. the fact is it could have been radical islam, isis, al qaeda. it could have been a disgruntled passenger or a customer. or it could have been just a drug person. whatever it is, when we do the forensics, the key is, we do forensics on the bomb itself, deirdre. that will open up the whole story i do believe. it is still too early to say it. but i do believe that i would default immediately to isis or al qaeda personally until we know factually what it is. >> while speaking of catching things before they happen, facebook cofounder ceo mark
zuckerberg has 16 security guards protecting him, according to our sources. he has received threats from disgruntled users but what can he learn from his own situation and apply to his company to protect as many americans as possible? >> well, i'm delighted he has the protection, deirdre but what i think he needs to do, facebook and all the other social media people, they need to help the u.s. government, cia, dod, and fbi to track down the terrorists. they have a lot of information. terrorists particularly isis and al qaeda are using social media networks as their command-and-control. it is very important that we have good cooperation with facebook, all of them, face time all the others because we found out recently in the san bernanadino experience that they still can not crack the code,
the text-messaging on the iphone 6. and to get the information that will substantiate where others may have been involved. and fbi director comey was talking about that on the hill last week. they should give us that information. we don't need to know their operating systems. we just need to know the information. deirdre: to your point, general, so much outreach is done over social media, a point well-made. retired lt. general tom mcinerney we thank you always, sir, for the time. >> thanks, deirdre. deirdre: new york city senator chuck schumer criticizing republicans for planning to block president obama's supreme court nomination when it does happen. >> this kind of obstructionism isn't going to last. you know, we democrats didn't do this. deirdre: schumer did do exactly that in 2007 when george w. bush was president. we will show it to you. donald trump calling senator cruz nuts today at a press conference. trump is threatening to sue senator cruz if he doesn't apologize for lying at
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he lied about ben carson in iowa. he lied about -- he is lying about marriage. lying about all sorts of things. now he is making things up. >> you are probably worse than jeb bush. you are the single biggest liar. deirdre: here is senator cruz's response. >> it really is an amazing thing that both marco rubio and donald trump, when ever anyone points to their actual record they have this strange practice of just screaming liar. deirdre: my political power panel is here. republican strategist lee carter, liberal commentator, tamara holder. lee, coming to you first. so you have cruz on one side and somehow trump and rubio who do coattack but in this case, versus cruz, what do you make of all this, especially from saturday? >> i think that saturday debate was absolute disaster for republican party. rubio did a great job but it was travesty to see them going after each other in terrible, terrible
way. if anything the democrats were big winners that night. that said i trump's attack on cruz, saying now that you're insider when cruz all along is an outsider is really interesting, trying to talk about how politcally he is, what a liar he is. the worst thing you can call a candidate today is a politician. deirdre: fair point indeed. tamara, i want to ask you about a clip i'm about to play because donald trump also went after jeb bush and his brother, former president george w. bush. here's the clip. >> we weren't safe. the world trade center came down. which was the greatest attack in history on this country. so you had that. you obviouslied ha the war which was a big mistake. i think few people would say the war in iraq was positive. deirdre: he was even stronger, tamara, you heard it as well, essentially blaming george w. bush for the instability in the middle east. is george w.'s help on the campaign trail going to help or hurt his brother?
>> well, if you look at what is going on with hillary clinton, bringing bill on to the campaign trail, there is the opinion that that was not, or was not or is not helping her. so i think that once you bring somebody that is controversial figure in politics and who isn't these days, whether former president or former politician doesn't have controversy that follows them it's a risk but i think that at the same time another candidate like donald trump attracting jeb bush the way he did based on his brother's decisions is, it is just, and i said this before, i want to like donald trump but it is just taking it a step too far. i understand that jeb had a little flip-flop kind of thing in the very beginning of this regarding that but makes him -- deirdre: you reference the family legacy which many people lee brought in and don't want and are rejecting legacies whether the clinton legacy or bush legacy.
here is clip of donald trump getting booed at the debate in south carolina. >> let me just tell you this. jeb is so wrong. jeb is absolutely so -- [booing] just so you understand, you know who that is? that is jeb's special interests and lobbyists talking. look, let me just tell you something. jeb -- [booing] jeb is so wrong. deirdre: lee, donald trump complaining basically that jeb's campaign donors were given tickets to that debate. he put this out on twitter, tickets for future debates should be put out to the general public instead of being given to lobbyists and special interests, the bosses. what do you make of that? >> i think that people who don't agree with trump think it's a lame excuse trying to make him sound better for getting booed at the place, at the hall. but i think the bottom line is, people who support him agree that the special interests can not be in the pocket of the candidate.
they love trump because he is his own man, he will say whatever he is going to say and it's a very strong argument for people following trump. the followers of trump absolutely love he is like nobody they have ever seen before. he is self-funding. that he is doing all of these things. i think that is really going to work for him because he is playing to a very certain type of voter. this is the kind of language that works for him. it doesn't necessarily make sense to us watching elections for long time and our conventional wisdom but seems to work for him. deirdre: outlyers by all means ahead at least in the press. donald trump and certainly bernie sanders. thank you both, lee carter, tamara holder, thank you. >> thank you very much. deirdre: trump says he will sue senator cruz if cruz doesn't apologize. he will speak to fox business about it tomorrow morning, "mornings with maria" at 7:30 a.m. eastern time. you will not want to miss that conversation. jeb bush also defending his brother from donald trump's attacks at saturday's debate. >> while donald trump was
building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe. and i'm proud of what he did. deirdre: so george w. bush will be appearing at jeb bush's event in less than 40 minutes time right here, 6:00 p.m. eastern time, he will be criticizing or at least addressing trump's criticisms. charles payne, my colleague will be bringing you those comments live in half an hour's time. you will not want to miss it. >> >> do not forget to tune into fox business this saturday. we give you live coverage of the republican primary and nevada primary. both events start at 6:30 p.m. eastern. lou dobbs, neil cavuto, your dream team bring results as soon as they come in. when which dom back, twitter erupting with hateful tweets after the announcement of supreme court justice scalia's death. my next guest says the liberal grave dancing needs to stop. new york senator chuck schumer criticizing republicans
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up twitter this weekend. donald trump tweeted out the totally unexpected loss of justice antonin scalia is a massive setback for the conservative movement in our country. he said he was a hero. others celebrated the loss. the occupy wall street tweeted out a quote from mark twain. another person tweeted, is it really weird to be glad someone is dead? this is the first time i have ever felt that. the divide is so prominent.
what does this say about justice scalia and his legacy? >> it says nothing about his legacy. he's a national american hero. no bath room wall tweet will change what justice is calia hai of -- what justice scalia has done for this country. we teach our children what people say says more about them than it does about you. deirdre: justice clarence thomas began to trend his name on twitter. fingers crossed, clarence thomas is next. one tweet said someone should stand next to clarence thomas at the funeral and whisper, "your turn."
what happens to the court now? >> i'm really relieved to hear that the gop almost out of the box said they are just not going to stand by and let this imperial president who loves the power of his pen and executive orders let it go through whoever he wants to appoint. so i'm glad about that. i do think as we are moving forward in this if the nation needs to evaluate the contributions somebody like scalia made and holding that up to the kinds of things people are saying about someone like clarence thomas and saying what part of the political spectrum do i consider myself to be on. deirdre: we know ruth bader
ginsburg adores scalia. new york senator schumer under fire for saying president obama should nominate a successor to scalia baits goes against his comments when president bush was in office. >> this obstructionism isn't going to last. we democrats didn't do this. you should not confirm any bush nominee to the supreme court except in extraordinary circumstances. deirdre: is there a double standard happening? >> 100% all the time. this is the kind of. i cite i we have -- this is the kind of hypocrisy we have become accustomed to. conservatives tend to be more differential.
he said we can't stand for this constructionism but he did, and he did it 7 months sooner at end of the bush administration than where we are in the obama administration. so yes this is the kind of hypocrisy we have come to expect. i hope this is the kind of hypocrisy voters are looking at if they are making decisions about what's going to happen coming up in the next election. it says a lot. >> thanks for the time. jeb bush defending his brother's record from donald trump's attack on saturday. >> while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building security apparatus to keep us safe and i'm proud of what he did. reporter: george w. bush will be appearing at jeb bush's event. 20-minute type away.
-- 20-minute time away. we'll bring you those comments live at 6:00 p.m. eastern time. >> the rnc better get its act together. i signed a pledge. but the pledge isn't being honored by them. as far as i'm concerned they are in default of their pledge. deirdre: tomorrow donald trump will be speaking with fox business at 7:30 a.m. eastern time. airlines are under fire because the price of oil and gas are dropping but airline ticket prices aren't going anywhere. we'll give you more details. a new study says older americans are carrying more debt than ever before. find out why 50-somethings are pushing off retirement.
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deirdre: with snow on the east coast you may be planning holiday. national average $1.70 per gallon. jeff is at a gas station in gary, indiana. what is the cheapest price you have seen so far. >> the cheapest price in gary was $1.35. since you went on the air it ticked up to $1.42. friday it was up the largest it has been in 7 years and today oil ran up again. the national average continues pretty low, but it's sort of stalled where it is right now.
though it's much lower than it was a year ago or month ago. we are starting to see the first impacts of these low prices on sales. if you break down the retail sales numbers, even though gas steals at stations was reduced because of the low prices. we saw ticks up in sporting good, online sales, autos, restaurants, people eating out at restaurants. maybe we are starting to see that gas price dividend for the first time. reporter: glad to see you, jeff. cheaper oil making filling up at the pump cheaper, but it's not helping to reduce your airline ticket prices. airlines are not lowering their ticket prices. >> there was a letter put out by the trade organization that represents the travel agents and you and me as travelers.
it says airlines continue shamelessly to misuse this ticketing loophole and manipulate the transparency of the ticket price. what they are talking about is fuel surcharges. the price of jet fuel has fallen 50%, but fuel sure charges have not been dropped. so this quote from the trade group which represents the airlines said to expect fares to tumble because oil has come down is wholly unrealistic. dewere to your point, i guess they have to say times are change or times will change. >> the jet fuel they are burning today they bought a year ago on contracts which are expiring. the question is will the new contracts take into account the
jet fuel is cheaper. the airlines are saying no to giving the passengers a break. deirdre: a new study shows older americans are carrying more debt than ever before. find out why some are pushing off retirement because of it. 500 new hillary clinton emails have been released in her secret server. >> i'm 100% confident. this
is a security review that was requested. it's being carried out and it will be resolved. deirdre: 84 have been retroactively reclassified. we'll tell what you that means in when we come back.
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tuesday. catherine herridge is with me now. how many of these emails were deemed classified? reporter: the 550 emails released this weekend, roughly 15% contain classified information. it was posted to the state department website over the weekend but the text is completely redacted. 1. these two categories are among the most closely held government secrets. a special operations veteran says this type of information should never be outside government channels. >> there appears to be a double standard. had this happened to someone serving in the government, their clearance would have been pulled and they would be under investigation, depends on the
level of disclose our. it's possible they would be in pretrial confinement for that matter. reporter: the clinton campaign's position is consistent saying it's classification run amok and nothing was marked classified at the time mrs. clinton sent or received it. whether something is marked or not marked makes no difference under the law. the march 2012 email will be declassified 25 years to the day it was sent. whether it was classified or declassified don't have any impact on the f.b.i. investigation. deirdre: catherine herridge joining me, fox news. americans over 340 years old are feeling the burden of debt more than ever.
it's force something people to delay their retirement. gerri willis is with me now. why is this whole category of people facing more debt? gerri: they are holding more mortgage debt. a hangover of the housing collapse. they are holding credit card debt. auto debt. an average 65-year-old, compare an average 65-year-old today to 2003. they have 47% more mortgage debt and 29% more auto debt and more college debt. deirdre: how many are take on debt for kids or grandkids. >> we see grandparents doing that now. what we see here and what is so interesting, this is a reallocation of debt across the generations. it used to be younger people held more debt because they are buying households and making big investments.
but that's not the case anymore. the young folks are holding on to the same levels of debt they had in the past. but only baits many college debt. most boomers will tell you they remember when some went to school on the g.i. bill. they paid for their own education. that's no longer possible. jeb bush is defending his brother's record in response to donald trump's attack. >> while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe, and i'm proud of what he did. deirdre: you are looking at a live shot of the an event where former president george w. bush is expected to attend. he may respond to donald trump's criticisms on the iraq war. also charges, comments about 9/11.
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numerous american companies have been waiting for the iranian markets t to be open to them. italian and french companies got millions in business with iran. season 2 of the fox business "strange inheritance." two exciting new episodes air tonight. >> they offered her a million dollars and actually offered to buy a house for her in balance hard and she refused that also. deirdre: a million dollars for a little old granny and a new house in her neighborhood and she says no. >> yes. deirdre: host jamie colby is right here. jamie: who turns down a house worth close to nothing. a woman who want to stay even
though they build a jumbo mall around her. you won't believe who she leaves it to. and vintage photos found on staten island. "strange inheritance" is tonight at 9:00 p.m. jamie: where is the value in these photos? jamie: the photographers who took the pictures are uber famous and the subjects are uber famous. the woman who dumpster dove was the managing editor of the magazine at the time. her two kids are still going through the piles of amazing photos you have to see to believe. deirdre: you have traveled the world. should it make us feel better if you have a hoarding instinct?
>> you are talking iran. we are going international. we don't know what we'll find there. but hoarding can pay off. charles: breaking news. you are looking live at the north charleston performing arts center in south carolina where any moment former president george w. bush will be holding a rally for his brother jeb bush. first the gloves cape off at saturday's republican debate. trump attacked bush and his family and jeb fired back. >> i'm sick and tired of him going after my family. my dad is the greatest man alive, in my mind. while donald trump was building a reality tv show, my brother was building security apparatus