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first come your top story. a fire ignited in houston. gop candidates facing off in the final debates before super tuesday. things got heated up real quick. >> on stage night coming to defendant to cuban origin and african-american. we are the party of diversity, not democrat. >> that is that the country needs. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> the first salad of their life is what i will look at. >> first of all, this guy is a choke artist in the choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> if you build a wall, he'll be using illegal and berger were to do it. >> 38 years ago. there's a statute of limitation on life. >> are you going to ask anybody else a question. i know about the ratings, but subtle but ridiculous. maria: a closer look at the state of the race coming up in
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the program. gearing up for another rally this morning. features indicate a triple digit move for the dow jones industrial average. good economic data as well. at 8:30 a.m. the second brigade of the fourth quarter gdp expected to show the economy grew 0.4%. that was the pace at the end of the year. there were even expectations it could be negative. in europe, gains across the board. helping drive stop prices. games between one and a quarter and two and a quarter% in europe. overnight in asia particularly in china. the shanghai composite index ended up 1%. the index down in china. apple lays out the case for the government. filing a motion. detailing why it should not help unlock the iphone.
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other big names in technology including microsoft, google all of rallying behind apple this morning. the latest development here in the program. first, houston at the republican presidential candidates won last time for the big super tuesday. blake burman in washington. good morning to you. >> good morning, maria. this is a marker review of ted cruz 211 tagteam of donald trump from the very beginning with rubio said in a leading fight in escalating it any chance he could. minutes into the debate he called him a hypocrite claiming undocumented immigrants used to build trump tower. it did not slow down from there at all over the next hour and a half. crews accuse tramped of writing checks to politicians that undermined israel. >> i've been watching it all my
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life. what a athena. -- first of all, this guy is a choke artist in the sky this guy is a liar. you have a combination of fact there's. he can do it for the obvious reason. he does not know how to tell the jury. >> that was just the fly. democrats will vote in south carolina tomorrow. a brand-new poll from florida shows hillary clinton leading bernie sanders that by 26-point but the winner take all marshy teens primary from an object university this morning. >> coming down the mountain now. they know it is now or never. they came to play last night. >> at march 15th winner take all states out some point. we want to bring in right now talking about the debate as well
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as what is happening ahead of super tuesday. we will bring in the "washtington examiner" senior correspondent david drucker from washington d.c. good to see you. thanks for joining us. reaction to last night. >> look, it was fiery. a lot of republicans don't want donald trump to be the nominee. why didn't anybody do this months ago and keep doing it over and over again. but w-whiskey last night and if we find out if it works or not, donald trump is in a commanding position heading into super tuesday. what we will find out is that the attacks on donald trump from not just a conservative principled position, but from a personal possession of who he is used to build this building and the suicide attacks, are those going to have an impact. republican strategists have told me for a month the way you beat trump is to do what trump does to you right back to him.
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that is something rubio did last night that could over time through various that entities. maria: he did do that and have a plan for it. >> david said it it started a long time ago. your days away from super tuesday. there they are and rubio attacking last night doesn't have enough of a quarter. this is politics. 65% of the people don't want you in the republican base. he's only got 20%. people in america are a lot more weight today, looking up, looking up is going you guys stop attacking each other and tell me what you are going to do. dagen: i will pick up something that laura ingram said on a program earlier this week. politics is fun. i was so excited to watch that.
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bad rick flair all over it. >> i started with the rocky theme. producers and i were watching this same map of 11 pages. still talking comes to yelling. donald trump, but i know i'm on a first name basis, which i don't. but another candidate is speaking, he mongers under his breath into the microphone. rubio really fought back on that. when donald would take a breath from the rubio would come in really hard on him related to immigration. they actually demolish the building. 200 illegal workers who are here demolish the building to make way for a trump tower on the guestworkers they hired. that is his core base.
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>> it does. one time during the debate that i cop was when trump didn't respond to somebody, he goes out there john kasich with you discovered oil. seven then came back and said a hundred thousand jobs, on the 152 energy sector. he came back with the numbers tasters found. different than the rubio punch which he needed to do. the question is it too late for rubio. maria: he needed to bring up the aggressiveness sooner. not just a few days before super tuesday. the bottom line is he's got to win something. >> has got to win something. i don't think rubio did any harm. he did nothing to poll voters away. he did prove themselves to be strong. if you read, a puppet. he was strong last night. is it enough for him? i don't know. there's still five men in the race in trump has fallen 30% to
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40% depending on the state. is that enough? i just don't know. >> what is it going to become about substance? i see more substance than the other candidates when it comes to his dating the pain with numbers to back them up. true to the haven't demanded it. >> anything back to the obama campaign, obama gave you style over substance and people bought it. but if the electorate. we are more involved in this. we are paying attention. we are reading into it. the average person out there is that you now but it should give me on the headline. sad that that's where we are. looking for leadership. they want someone to fight for them and they are not looking for the substance. the day is coming. >> we saw last night when we tested rubio saying what is your
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plan? >> a guided in the corner. but without testing, people reacting off the charts and they never responded. he didn't give an answer. string, string, string good >> by the way. we are not talking about ted cruz to the guy is up against it and there's a couple polls that have ted cruz barely ahead of donald trump. maria: that may get you to look at tuesday. all of the states -- 11 up for grabs. is there a state that rubio can take on tuesday. >> that's the big question in a challenge for him. the way the rubio campaign is looking at this as they performed strong across the board if they don't necessarily win a stay. word is make or break for them to say why texas is make or break for ted cruz.
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but with the thinking about last night wasn't so much she will dislodge from support because you are not. but what ted cruz and marco rubio need to do is show supporters, and their donors and people that are undecided voters wondering whether it is worth voting for either guy that there is a reason that there is fight left in them and that is what is significant. we don't know that. we know at least there's a chance for these guys to compete going forward. there are a lot of states. delegate power given out proportionally and there are no winner take all state. i don't believe on tuesday. you could still have a competitive delegate race in march 15 to winner take all states, things will change. rubio went to florida or goes home. either people really start to make a move against.
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but last night it was given a chance to compete in march and open up a new line of attack against the front runner that may be too late. if he didn't do it last night, definitely a case. maria: does carson step down next week? >> he will not step dad until he stopped invited to the debates. maria: he was so cute last night. >> he's in his own private idaho enjoying himself. >> a remix of that. when you look at what was trendy and last night, i spoke to dr. carson last week and asked him about this. is registered to participate in all the contest. but he is down to 6% or 7%. his own chief adviser, armstrong williams been on the shows last night and i played the audio after that. talking about how trump is inevitable and is a senior adviser were ben says to armstrong, come on.
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this is supposed to be my guide. thank you so much. don't forget to tune in for special coverage of the democratic primary tomorrow night at 5:00 p.m. eastern. plus the countdown is on for special programming as well. tune into the fox business fabric tuesday, march 1st for special coverage. kicking off at 6:00 p.m. eastern by von spn. a pretty good rally opening of trading. the gdp at about 8:30 a.m. other major industries on track for weekly games right now with these numbers. waiting on the second meeting for the fourth quarter gdp. consensus calls for growth of four tenths of a percent at the end of last year. marcus is one an expert in that rallied up 150 points on the dow jones industrial average. the stock of the recent volatility.
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have we seen the worst for 16 or is there more to come? >> we've already had a lot of revisions to the downside. i think we will have brighter days. the jury still out on that. maria: earnings down 4% in the fourth quarter? not a great showing. >> no. and the second quarter isn't looking too good as well. future visions across the board. that has been overdone. maybe we will have some positive surprises from the lower base in the next few months. >> you want to put money to work in stocks? >> always. other variety of site just give his my clients a chance to participate. and they feel like bullets. >> central banks around the world look lost in powerless. even interest rates negatives
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there hasn't been a positive reaction. they would sell off on that. >> here is the thing. how much is it going to take to get the market moving in a good living? at some point we have to realize we are going to let it play out. maria: will talk more about this. stay with us. we will be right back. ♪ in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today.
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maria: gunfire rocked in last night in a small town living for people small town leaving four people dead, 14 entries. cheryl casone with headlines. >> three people killed 14 others injured after a gunman opened fire around 5:00 p.m. in the small town of houston, kansas. the suspect to local media have identified opened fire as he was striving to live lawnmower products plant enters shooting of employees. an officer responded to the scene and exchanged fire with the shooter who was killed in the exchange. nevada governor brien sandoval say thanks but no thanks for moving his name off the list of potential supreme court nominees. republican governor telling the white house the notion being considered for the court is beyond humbling and is grateful to have been mentioned. former mexican president vicente fox and donald trump at a war of words after president fox's colorful, and about plans to
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build a wall on the border. >> i'm not going to pay for that wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. it worries me. 44% from all hispanics. but cites no hispanics are. >> how are you going to make them pay for the wall? >> i will end the law just got 10 feet higher, believe me. [laughter] >> sorry, i can't help it. during the debate, profanity or in that interview, which we bleeped out. concerning viewers consume a fair up what he said. maria: we would get into this. a nexus of interview coming up at the former president of mexico. vicente fox will join me at 8:30 a.m. eastern on the tail of those comments opposing down a
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don't get stuck on hold. reach an expert fast. comcast business. built for business. maria: welcome back to the battle between apple and the u.s. government over the san bernardino's shooter's iphone. jo ling kent at the latest. >> good morning, rea. apple and fbi duking it out. republican candidates for
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president last night sounded off. >> apple doesn't want to do it because they think it hurts their brand. well, their brand is not superior to the united states of america. >> theater is not a factor in every cell phone. that would be problematic. >> if they don't comply with that, you're encouraging chaos. he locked the door and say you are not coming out until you reach an agreement. >> all this after a motion to challenge the morning commending apple hack in use by the san bernardino shooter. the first and fifth amendment that protect the company from creating the software that will put hundreds event to people at risk. apple doing the court's interpretation is too broad. it says in the motion in the government as this justice phone, but the government knows those are not true. the government has filed another application for similar orders, some of which are penned in
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another course. the justice department took the time to hit back singing it to pressure investigating has remained the same. the changes come in apple's recent decision to reverse lungs getting cooperation complying with the order. twitter, google, microsoft telling me they are filing amicus briefs in reaction to apple. >> this is important. >> 1789. >> pass the modern version 1911. we talk about something applied. they talk about the back door from a technology point of view. opening the door of the goalie with this in going after the other cases. that's what they're concerned about. ford motor company weighs in on this. the brain of the car has all the information on where you've gone. >> any company with the explosion of data could be in this position at any time.
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you think this is a negative for out ball? >> i don't see any good that come up for this. the security can be weekend. sentiment can be weakening their sales. it reminds me of microsoft when they are going through the monopoly issue. apple has never been the center of attention in terms of being targeted by hackers maria: and government. dagen: what the justice department said was bright with apple was help cooperating from funds until late last year and then they stepped back and said no more. i understand their position that this court order because it is unprecedented to ask a company to write a piece of software, to create something to get into this phone. next tuesday you will have the chief counsel for apple and testifying in front of congress. not sitting next to each other.
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jo: different panels. dagen: congressman jolley is a republican actually came out and said if there's information on the phone about another terror attack that leadership in apple will have blood on their hands and that's the kind of frederick apple has been faced with. apple is trying to fight that appeared to your using all of their pr muscle that they've got. maria: is that one phone or is it actually the software question or two to pack lots of other devices. >> lots of pressure to be more specific regarding the other two thirds through new york city. >> apple wants commerce to step in. i said i don't think they will like what congress cooks up in terms of laying out access for law enforcement with a valid court order or warrant.
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maria: but also plays right into the pr part of the story. if congress forces them to do something, they note and customers think until the last minute apple is pushing it back. >> that is what tim cook said earlier this week. he said quote, we are law-abiding companies ended litigated in congress and debated fully, we will follow the law. dagen: they picked a worse case because it involves terrorists and families. >> why pics that case. >> were kids except last night you call the door, bring everybody in a trade resolve this. dagen: at either theory about that i will save and share later. maria: teasing us. still to come, the final debate before super tuesday. watch this.
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>> not leaving the stage here tonight without hearing a serious answer from everyone of us about how to bring the national debt under control once and for all. >> they devalue currencies to such an extent that businesses cannot compete with them. our workers lose their jobs. >> that is what this country needs. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> one person is about to both parties fighting against the american deals.
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>> maria: good friday morning, everybody, welcome back. a fiery night in houston last night. gop face off before supertuesday and things heated up quickly. >> you're the only person on the stage that's ever been fine today work on your projects illegally. >> i'm the only one in state that has hired people. i got along with everybody. you don't have one republican senator backing you. not one. you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people. you should be ashamed of yourself. >> donald, relax. >> i'm relaxed. here is a guy that buys a house for 179,000 and sells it to a lobbyiest for 380,000 and then legislation is passed. you tell me about this guy.
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>> inherited $200 million. very this guy is an artist, a lier. >> now he's repeating himself. >> can absolute attack me. >> i will absolutely get my return but i'm being audited for two or three years so i can't do it till the audit is finished. >> he's promising that he will go and cut deals in washington and he's right. he is supporting giving hundreds of thousands of dollars of democrats. >> i funded you. [laughter] >> i gave him a check. >> they will have a lot more flexibility. what can you buy with that? still have thousands of dollars left over. let me get finished because i don't get to talk that much. >> we are job friendly and don't raise a tax and if we have a president that does that in
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america, we will get the economic growth and that is what this country needs, jobs, jobs, jobs, period. >> there's only one person who is consistently to both parties fighting for the american people against the washington deals. >> there's a man robin hood. he talks about corruption on financial disclosure form. he didn't put that he has borrowed money from goldman sachs. >> nobody knows politicians better than i you. they're all talk and no action, nothing gets done, i've watched it for years, take a look at what's happening to our country. >> maria: we've got everything you need to know from the debate, what it means to the program about the race. one of the most debated issues the economy and jobs.
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listen to this fiery exchange between donald trump and marco rubio. >> you're the only person that's been hire today hire people illegally. >> no, no, i'm the only one in the state that has fired people. i hire tens of thousands of people. >> you hired tens of thousands of people from another company -- let me just say -- >> maria: which candidate has the best plan to boost the economic growth? we do get a gdp out number this morning at 8:30 which is to show very fractional growth. >> i don't know if you can look at any of the plans and say they have the secret socks. when you're in an election period you have about plans that have zero chance to get enacting. who is signaling what when they get into office and what you're seeing from rubio, trump and
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they want to reduce from investment. bernie sanders talks about huge spending increases. yeah, so i think the issue is here is what are they going to do when they get into office because they are promising big tax cuts but also huge decreases in taxes and revenue. how are they going to pay for it? >> maria: you say you want to be putting money to work in stocks, don't you think that if we were to actually have a belief and see tax reform, wouldn't that be a very powerful catalyst for the market. >> there's been massive calls, i think if we get a situation where that comes to fruition, that would be a -- or even close to fruition, that would be positive for the markets. >> maria: corporate tax revenue is 10% of the overall min going into treasury. it's not really that big of
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actual revenue collectively speaking but it's an important factor for economic growth. >> dagen: regulation in the two debate that is you moderated hit on this very hard even in that first debate in milwaukee. regulation and rolling back a lot of the burden on companies there was a worldwide survey done by a consulting firm where they polled around the world, big eción issue is overregulation, i think if you can get some sort of kind of easy-tax policy on them, not even lower rates, simpler tax policy and get out of the way in terms of regulation. you look at west virginia, it's flat on its back. >> the federal reserve has basically carried the economy's water. they can't do anything anymore. they are out of ammo. we are in the brink of tip to go recession. the bank of england said yesterday in a speech, look,
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we've done our job. it's government's fiscal policy. >> maria: it's really obamacare one of the regulations that's keeping businesses down. i was speaking with a number of representative yesterday in washington, they are saying that their constituents, they are so focused on keeping the number of employees to 49. they don't want to have more employees than 49 because they get hit with all of the fees with obamacare. that's one of the key points. >> there's complete lack of confidence, so much uncertainty. people don't know which way to go, where to turn, everybody is confused and that's why where we are -- we are where we are. we need a candidate that's there's going to be confidence that there's jobs and plan forward and, you know, once they have that, remight start to see a little bit more of a rebound, i would think.
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>> i believe that investment spending is probably the key here. >> maria: yeah. >> i think a little more clarity from corporations would help them in -- provoke them to spend. >> maria: get the deals in the shelf, get that into action and put money in the sidelines into rng and infrastructure spending. >> dagen: you want to talk about something -- you talked about obamacare that's hanging in the head of corporations over the country. it's the cadillac tax. that's going to change health insurance for every american potentially whether they get health insurance through employers that's supposed to kick 2018, now it's been kicked down the year down the road for two years. now you're delaying it and delaying it. it's like i don't know how to deal with this. >> this is a policy uncertainty.
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i mean, it's a quest of uncertainty. policy uncertainty, regulatory uncertainty and macro economic uncertainty around the world, china, commodity prices, the next president has to create some structure, some infrastructure of policy that gives businesses a little bit of certainty, leeway, room to look ahead, nobody is doing that right now. >> maria: that alone would be a catalyst for markets if we had stability and certainty around the corner. that happens. going into november, you have to believe that we will see a real, you know, reaction from investors, don't you think? i hope it comes sooner than november. >> i hope so. most of the positive growth is loaded in second or third quarter. let's hope that we get second and third quarter numbers coming up. >> maria: does guidance suggest that we are going to have stability at the end of the
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year? what are you hearing respect to guidance? >> it always does. we have seen a reduction in first quarter, heck a lot more to the downside that we usually see. in my opinion it's positive because they overshoot to the downside and leaves chance for surprises. >> maria: good to see you. coming up eli, delaying launch again. new england patriot tom brady channeling her interlion king to celebrate the adoption of a new puppy. ♪ ♪
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>> maria: welcome back, more problems for spacex after another mission was postponed.
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>> cheryl: spacex has canceled due to technical difficulties, scrubbing of the mission during a live-launch web cast. listen to the commentary. one minute and 40 seconds, they had to call hold on hold, further procedure that stopped the count down and given where we are in loading, that also is going to mean that we are going to be scrubbing the lodge for this evening. >> cheryl: there you go, three minutes from liftoff when the launch was scrubbed. okay, take a look at this video. a man in kentucky hospitalized after an e-cigarette exploded in his pocket. yeah, fire. sparks erupting from a pocket and employers had to put out the flames. a video for you. i don't want to bomb you out.
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a student in university winning 25 grand in a trick-shot contest. he hit a layup of free throw and three-pointer. he did all of this in 24 seconds. pretty good stuff, maria. he's likely going to use to pay tuition bill for senior bill and everybody in the court hugging him thrilled as crowe can see in the video. >> maria: nice, sweet shot, cheryl. >> cheryl: you bet. >> maria: improving the wellness of their employers, what they're doing and how they're doing it with big data, wal-mart, for example, is looking to identify where -- whether workers are at risk for certain diseases. senior vice president, kristin torra.
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employers spend $620 billion a year, 320 are wasted. >> that's right, goes to take care of wrong setting, we know that 73% of people don't know what benefits they get from their employer. >> maria: do you know what benefits you get from your employer? >> dagen: yes, very well. >> maria: most people don't. i think you're right about that. [laughter] >> i cannot say that i know all of the benefits that i have. >> maria: i agree. me too. >> i signed up in october for something, and, you know, i remember the big things but come june i don't remember exactly whether my employer has second-opinion program before going to specific --
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>> maria: educate us on what we have. tell us about action. >> we are on a mission to empower people to make the right decisions for their health and organizations to optimize their healthcare benefits and our product action which we just launched indicate of last year and we have customers on it live beginning of this year is doing just that, relevant and timely information to populations this need to know about their healthcare benefits. >> dagen: you go further. you can literally look -- you are looking at someone's health history and predicting for companies who might get sick so the companies can try to direct them. if somebody is overweight, correct me if i'm wrong, maybe overweight and risk of diabetes, the program gets them weight-loss program. >> we are the message any
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relevant or timely message that we direct to people comes and not the employer. all they know is just large information about segments of their population. >> i just want to get a clarity on privacy. >> that's right. >> david: data that you communicate with the individual? >> we communicate with individuals. let's take the example of back pain. if i search for back pain -- >> maria: 40% of back surgeries are unnecessary. >> yes, 30% result in complications that result in readmissions and some people, let's just take john smith, he might have back smith, my neighbor ended up having surgery and i'm going to avoid physical
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therapy and go to straight to surgery. he's otherwise healthy, sending him a relevant message that says, did you know about the benefits of physical therapy or did you know that your company covers chiropractic care. >> dagen: this is what you need to do first. >> david: right, last resort. >> dagen: good doctors will send you to the starting line and not the finish line. >> you shouldn't have to go to the surgeon in the fist -- first place. >> maria: thank you, kristin torres. take a look at moments from last night's debate. check it out. >> can somebody attack me,
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>> i'm not afraid to die anymore . >> maria: that was leonardo dicaprio for performances in revenant. what is your favorite nominees, dagen?
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>> revenant will win. that's done. spotlight which is about the journalist to have boston globe that uncovered the sex abuse scandal within the catholic church, you watch it and it's amazing how they created this spectacular movie about journalists. i've seen almost all of them. i have to see the revenant this weekend. most of them are depressing and slow. [laughter] >> maria: the big short, have you seen it? >> no, i haven't. i read the book. >> maria: more wall street-type movie. you think that plays? >> i'm sure, it's a story about america and the crisis, so i think it'll play well. >> dagen: my favorite thing to do during óscar broadcast is figure out which actress has the
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most people surrounding her and lie to her based on how she's dressed. they look so ridiculous and not great and so you know that they're vunded, oh, my god, that's the most fabulous dress i've ever seen. >> david: my favorite thing in the oscars is to wish football was around. i don't want to be depressed. i do want to see revenant, though, i'm not an oscars guy. i grew up in this industry. [laughter] >> maria: when you look at the corporations, the media companies, not in a good place this year because the stocks have sold off on core cutting. >> yeah, but i think they're in pretty good shape. >> maria: the media stocks? >> they have built franchise t cable companies particularly are in a good position because
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they're selling that data. >> maria: yeah. >> dagen: you look at a movie like dead pool because you mentioned it, out of the box blockbuster-record setting movie and comes out of no where and people are like whoa, that's a mover. >> maria: that's an election year. teddy, it's been great having you this morning. teddy parish joining us there. we will see you soon, sir. we are going to continue reviewing it with the red carpet, on the red carpet and take a look at the biggest surprise winners on hollywood's big night ♪ in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state, the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades,
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>> donald, relax. >> i'm relaxed. here is a guy that buys a house for 179,000, he sells it to a lobbyist who is here for 380,000 and then legislation is passed. this is what we are going -- >> hired -- inherited $200 million. >> this guy is a joke artist. >> that's the plan? >> you'll have competition and you'll have so many different plans. >> now he's repeating himself. >> no, no. >> can somebody attack me, please. >> i will give my return, but i'm being audited now for two or three years so i can't do it until the audit is finished obviously. >> he is promising he will go cut deals in washington. he's right. he's supported giving hundreds of thousands of dollars to democrats. >> i funded you. i funded him. i funded this guy.
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>> you gave me $5,000. >> what could you buy with that? you could still have thousands of left over. >> if we have a president that does that in america, we will get the economic growth and that is what this country needs, jobs, jobs and jobs, period. >> there's several deal makers on this stage, but there's one person who has stood up to both parties. >> this is robin hood over here. he talks about corruption on financial disclosure form. he didn't put that he's borrowed money from citibank and goldman sachs which is a total violation. >> go on my website join our effort so we can bring an end to silliness. >> nobody knows politicians better than i do. they're all talk, they're no action, nothing gets done, i've
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watched it for years, take a look at what's happening to our country. >> maria: everything you need to know from the debate last night, what it means for the race. blake, definitely exciting debate. >> blake: it was from start to finish. this was as you saw there a marco rubio-ted cruz, two on one tag team with rubio leading the fight and escalating at any potential chance he could. minutes into the debate, rubio called trump a hypocrite on immigration stance, claiming undocumented in2006 -- immigrant were hired to build trump tower. >> i'm the only one in the state that has hired people. i have hired tens of thousands of people. >> you hired a thousand people from another company, from another country.
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let me just say. >> blake: that was just the primary. it didn't slow down at all in the next hour and a half. cruz accused trump of writing checks to politicians he says undermine israel. >> i've been watching it all of my life. row are all talk and no action. what i've seen up here -- first of this this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liarer. you have a combination of factors, he can't do it for the obvious reason and he can't do it because he doesn't know how to tell the truth, other than that, i rest my case. >> blake: democrats will vote in south carolina tomorrow but a brand-new poll out this very morning from florida shows hillary clinton leads bernie sanders by 26 points in florida's winner-take all march 15th primary but a whole lot of talk last night. >> maria: thank you, blake berman. donald trump highlighting
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business experience contrasting ability to create jobs that other candidates on stage as well. >> you're the only person on the stage that's been fined for hiring persons illegally. >> maria: joining me fox business network, dagen mcdowell, david webb, republican poster, lee carter, lee, this was one of trump's better moments. >> that was a softball. >> maria: right. >> it played right into his strengths. here is a thing, we tested this last night and i thought rubio did a great job. finally strong and yet didn't respond that much to rubio. trump off the chart, trump has a strength. he is unstoppable. >> maria: yeah. >> david: here is a dynamic when you have two people that's attacking a person that's strong
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and projects that high, it also looks like, wow, you need two guys to take him on and people respond. >> maria: yeah. >> david: you need two people to try to take him on. the viewers are going to go -- >> it's an interesting point. cruz had almost no impact last night from the voters. it was just sort of flat, rubio sudden came out strong whereas before is he weak or a puppet, i'm not sure what he is. he changed my mind. cruz on the other hand, just sort of flat and so surprising, he was at home, you know, it was -- >> jo ling: he didn't take a lot of opportunities actually. there was a question about supreme court and donald trump and stayed in his lane and did not attack conservatism from trump. >> maria: marco rubio called out donald trump for not so humbled beginnings. >> this is a guy who inherited
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$200 million. [cheers and applause] >> that is so wrong. >> maria: david webb, you have it pulled up on your phone right now. selling watches. >> david: so they have this trump watch, $10 seen on tv that donald trump had inherited 200 million would be selling watches like this. but here is a problem the watch they're selling for $10 in the ad a rolex, a broken rolex is worth more than 10 bucks. >> dagen: broken watch, i don't know if you can see that. a broken rolex is worth more than $10. >> dagen: donation to rubio campaign. it's a very pointed tactic.
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>> david: use something cheep -- cheap. >> dagen: this got under donald's skin. it really bothered him when you went after family. rubio was effective after going to trump university. it hit immigration issue where you're talking about the polish i legal immigrant that he hire today tear down the building before trump tower and there was a settlement on this case, right on the story about the guest workers that trump had hired instead of hiring resident workers in the united states. i don't know if it has any impact but to all the people that are upset on twitter this morning about this debate not seeming presidential, where have you been the last eight months. >> they want something totally different than they've seen before and that's really clear.
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>> maria: cruz and trump shouted at one another. listen to this. this is when it became contentious. >> when i was leading the fight against the gang of eight amnesty bill, where was donald in he was firing denise rodman on celebrity apprentice, we can't risk another four years of these failed obamapolis by nominating someone who loses to hillary clinton. >> you don't have the endorsement of one republican senator and you work with these people. you should be ashamed of yourself. [cheers and applause] >> donald, if you want to be liked in washington, that's not a good attribute for a president. [cheers and applause] >> david: i don't know who is coaching cruz on the one-liners, he has to consider how are lines delivered to base. those lines are flat. >> i think they're tired. he was like a flat line over and over and over again. he had a strong performance a
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few debates ago and he's not coming up with anything new. there's no new material. you do not attack donald trump -- it doesn't work on the things he's going him after for. >> maria: they should be focused on substance. they should start pushing donald to give substance on these things. >> david: rubio tried that but didn't get anywhere. >> jo ling: back and forth of trump repeating the same lines and rubio is saying, wait a second and not being able to get the substance out of him. >> dagen: he pushed him on obama, what do you mean, what are you going to replace? >> maria: donald trump hasn't given substance. he says health savings account. >> dagen: i want to point out something really quickly, when you get -- i'm surprised that these other candidates can maintain their composure because -- i mean, we laugh about it, but you know, i struggle when somebody starts yelling at me
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like i get red in the face and i will shout over somebody. these guys are actually handling themselves pretty well. >> jo ling: body language is pretty incredible. you point out something very important. if you look at each candidate, they don't look at each other, they don't move, they stand a certain way. >> maria: cruz and trump will not look at each other. >> jo ling: neither rubio and trump. trump doesn't look at anybody. >> maria: you're covering apple. the fight over san bernardino shootings' iphone. today was the deadline that apple needed to get back to the government, they're saying no-go. >> jo ling: they file it had motion last night. listen to this. >> apple doesn't want to do because it think it hurts their brand. let me tell you their brand is not superior to the united
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states of america. >> the order does not put a back door in everyone's cell phone. that order would be problematic. >> they don't comply with that. >> you look the door and say you're not coming out until you rich an agreement. >> jo ling: basically challenging the warrant demanding apple hack into iphone by the san bernardino syed farook. apple argues that the court interpretation 1789 is too broad. apple motion reads government says just this once and this phone but the government knows the statements are not true. of course, the justice department hitting back almost immediate i will saying for investigating prosecuting crime has remain it had same, justice department says the change has come in apple's recent decision to reverse long-standing
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cooperation. twitter, google are going to file a joint brief in support of apple. so they've got a lot of institutional support. >> maria: he said or she said, do we know it's one phone or more than one phone? >> dagen: it involved -- it's somewhat similar issue about a drug dealer and the feds wanting to get into this fed. he has -- he has led on like the fourth amendment in terms of what the law enforcement can do with these phones. first to say you need to have a search warrant if you're going to track somebody based on the phone. that could come first and could certain factor into what happens in this court out in california. >> david: what about quickly microsoft, if they're going to file in support of apple, didn't
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bill gates came out -- >> maria: apple should comply, correct? >> jo ling: not that apple should comply but sees value in cases of terrorism where he walked it back. >> maria: coming up, méxico pay for the wall, serious pushback from one of méxico's favorite sons. have an exclusive with former president of méxico. >> and the wall got 10 fite taller. i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he used. >> maria: meanwhile in the democratic side of the isle, hillary clinton show she might need a civics lesson. coming up. ♪ ♪ i think it landed last tuesday.
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>> maria: welcome back, a horrific mass shooting in kansas. >> cheryl: played out on television last night. a gunman armed with assault weapon driving through the town of kansas before storming the factory where he worked. four people including the
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shooter were killed. 14 other were injuried in the attack. took place at four different locations. police have ruled out terrorism as a motive. hillary clinton might need to brush up on her american history. during an interview with host steve harvey said this. >> you know what, there's a constitutional right for people to own guns but also a constitutional right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness that enables us to have a safe country. >> cheryl: well, there's a problem with that quote, it's in the declairgs of independence and not the constitution. finally this guy -- [laughter] >> cheryl: vicente fox reacting to donald trump's proposal to build a wall and make méxico pay for it. listen. >> i'm not going to pay for that wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money.
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it worries me caucus in nevada. >> he won 44%. >> i would like to know who those hispanics are. >> how are going to make them pay for the wall? >> i will and the wall just got 10 feet taller believe me. [cheers and applause] [laughter] >> the wall just got higher. trump says if he used profanity it would have been a national scandal. >> maria: he's asking vicente fox to apologize and call that he used -- >> cheryl: we could play the sound. >> david: none of us will have jobs. >> dagen: he was very angry and a real moment. >> david: kind of the moment and you look at it, here is the mexican president weighing on an
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issue and how about weighing in on what méxico does and behavior by the mexican government, that's what i want to hear in the interview. i watched some of the interview and they didn't challenge him, granted this is from fusion, by the way in america, we don't need to know how you voted or who voted for who. i want to know who those hispanics are. in america you get to vote privately. >> cheryl: none of his business. >> maria: interview coming up with vicente fox will join me at 8:30 a.m. eastern on the heels of those comments opposing donald trump's plan to build a border wall. coming up first donald trump and now is the washington redskins, british law makers writing a letter to change the team's name or stay out. jared max with the details from sports. ♪ ♪
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>> maria: outrage overseas. british law makers calling nfl, unstoried franchises. jared max. >> jared: good morning, maria. it's rare that the nfl gets pushed around or is told how to operate business. two members of british parliament are trying to do. eight months prior to nfl schedule to be played in london between washington redskins and cincinnati bengals, ruth smith
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and austin, members of the british labour party wrote letter to urge him to get the nickname redskins abolish or at quote, send a different team to our country to represent the sport, one they say does not promote a racial slur fr. the letter we see they write, we were shocked to know the term red skin pertaining as the historic abuse of native americans and exportation of racial slur when the washington team is directly to play and many in britain have worked so hard to instill. further the location of the game scheduled in wembley stadium and more pressure is being applied by the prospect of how the game could be broadcast. look at this. they say, given it is taxpayer funded, if we believe it's a racial slur, that means problem for the bbc in terms of coverage of the event. it has to come at time t last thing the nfl wants a good
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number of us to begin putting pressure on the bbc in terms of what they're showing and how they are showing this. the nfl responded to this letter and says it is a team's decision to change the name. will the nfl budge and not send the redskins? >> david: no, this is going no where. it's like banning donald trump. you have a couple of left-wing guys. they have to get it through committee and parliament system and it's not happening. it's not going to happen. it's just over. >> dagen: being a lifelong redskins fan the club should actually change the name actually. >> maria: why? >> dagen: enough native groups have come out. >> david: no. no. >> dagen: i have read the responses. let me finish my thought before you jump on it.
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the ncaa doesn't allow this. the only the florida state seminoles got to keep because it's a specific tribe and they have a relationship with the tribe that they developed in order to keep that very name. ultimately it will change. it's up to the club. >> maria: it's up to the club. >> dagen: if they come up with a decent name i don't think redskins -- >> maria: how long have they had this name? >> jared: forever. >> maria: exactly. >> jared: high school levels that would have to get changed as well. >> dagen: a lot of them have changed. >> david: who gets to determine what's offensive. >> dagen: these british people, i have a message, shut up, we shouldn't have football over there. >> jared: 17 games there since 2007, three a year now. the nfl is trying to plant its seed in london. >> dagen: you're lucky to have
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our professional football, what do you have cricket? give me a break. >> david: who gets to determine what's offensive? >> maria: it's up to the club. >> david: give me a break. >> maria: i agree with you. >> dagen: the skins do not represent a tribe and that is one of the -- that is one of the critical issues. do i think this name will eventually change at some point. >> david: it caves and harms the constitution. >> maria: take a look at the stunning images. got itself in trouble. no injuries were reported for crew members from either ship but they were taken to the hospital for observation. amazing pictures. coming up, the fight between apple and the government, hot
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it's february 26th. your top stories on the east coast. a fiery night in houston last night. candidates firing off. things got heated up quickly. >> on the the stage tonight there are two immigrants and an african-american. we are the party of diversity not the democrats. >> no, no, no. >> this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liar. if he builds a wall the way he built trump towers he would be using illegal immigrants to do stphaoeupt can some -- >> can somebody attack me please? >> all the top moments and the state of the race now coming up on the the program.
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we are expecting a pretty good gain this morning. we are off of the highs but showing a double digit move for the dow jones industrial average off 80 points. we will get the second reading on the fourth quarter. sit expected to show fractional growth. we will bring those numbers to you. apple responding to the federal order this morning which would force the company to hack in the iphone connected to the san bernadino terrorist. the company issued a court filing that describes the request as illegal, unconstitutional and dangerous. a big topic of discussion at last night tease presidential debate. >> apple doesn't want to do it because they think it hurt there is brand. their the spwrapbd not su pure year -- their spwrapbd not superior of the the united states of america. >> it does not gut back door. if that it was order, that would
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be the t that would be problematic. >> you lock the door and say you are not coming out until you reach an agreement. >> author of the hacked the world order. adam, good to see you. fy first instincts on this story was u this was a about china and russia. is that part of this. >> it is. i think after the revelations, they wanted to say to their foreign producers that hay were not in the pocket in the united states, they were not in the pocket of the u.s. and government and had to put some distance between the two of them. >> what do you think about this case? >> i think applele believes in the privacy of the individual user.
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i think fb s*eu over stretching but i think we have to come up with some law to make it clear that technology company haves to give data. >> so tech companies have to assist when it comes to national security but you think now the fbi is over stepping. >> i do. this law is not the way to do it. >> what do you think an individual law looks like that congress comes up with? i keep saying be careful. tim cook said i want this handled by congress. you push this to the supreme court if we need to. we want congress to intervene. i say be careful. they are clear that the equipment has to be accessible to court orders. >> the laws were written when we were thinking of telecom companies with telephones. we need to requite them to the include apple and google and facebook and others but need to have a clear debate about what
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were willing to give up and hold on to. >> do we trust the elected officials who are not expects on technology. we need technology policy but that's going to change. what are the limits? the you can't write a broad law. congress has a habit of writing laws that don't necessary meet the narrow scope of the issue. >> they do. we don't want the fbi interpreting all the time. >> the court should be the process. >> that's what's going to happen with this hearing. it's clear the laws have not had a change. we have new laws. we have the president's commission and we have the house commissions coming up. so.
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>> why do you think fbi has over stepped? >> you don't believe it's one phone. >> it will be nine other phones and others this come forward. we are talking act the fbi. you asked why are they over steping? >> what about moving this in the intelligence apparatus where you take terrorism away from the fbi. >> they don't have the access. the nsa or the cia. >> that is foreign and domestic. i think the nsa does have access. they have been quiet about what they want from the technology companies. >> why are we bsing this. >> because the nsa wants to hold on to that access. they may be getting lots of important information from aboard and to waste it on this case doesn't make any sense. >> everything you are saying is
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under lining what i've been feeling. people do not want their privacy impacted. >> i think they try to make this a case its ao this one specific for a clear terrorist but in this case i don't think it's true. >> good to see you. thank you so much. there's this much, surveillance footage from a shell gasoline station purchasing an electronic cigarette. check thought video, a man is paying for snacks when all of a sudden, flames start to shoot out through his legs because of his electronic cigarette. the man is recovering from severe burns from his right thigh after having to bed hospit t*e-cigarette. >> the wall just got ten-feet
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taller. i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he used. >> president foxx will respond to trump comments here on our hour. you don't want to miss it. join us with vi kr*e nte fox. back in a minute. .
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welcome back the university of missouri proprofessor caught on cape attacking the police this morning back in the headlines. >> a communications professor fired after being caught on video in a confrontation with a police officer and a student journalist during campus protest last year. you saw that on this show. the university voted 4-2 to
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dismiss her who was suspended since late january. she can appeal her termination. >> most people go to arby's for there are roast beef but they are focusing on the vegetarians of the the world which we have this year. arby's says that on february 29th, it will offer the first ever vegetarian menu but the regular meat menu will be available. a 7-year-old boy removed from a flight because he had an allergic are reaction to a dog that was tonight plane. the boy was on his way to phoenix after a special trip to washington state with his father who has been diagnosed with terminal stage 4 cancer. the trip was on the list of the fathers ao things to do before he died. >> that was a memory of my dad remembering this of people tonight plane. >> the airline which is
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alegent -- he had a dog allergy. this is what got people so mad. the passengers applauded him and his father leaving the plane now sending both to disneyland. >> thank you. >> yesterday, we told you about one public university's decision to cancer a speech. they changed their find again. things got ugly. it it was the ben shapiro speech did get to speak at the university of los angeles campus yesterday. they locked arms outside the theater and refused to let people in to hear shapiro's speech. one of the people they locked was an army veteran. think about that, a man who put his life on the line so they
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could be able to speak. he said you jack asses, toughen up you spoiled brats if you want a better world. here's what he had to say about the protestors. >> i wasn't sure if i had to start punching my way out as there were people the threatening, yelling, frightening. >> so the protestors are represented by liberal groups on campus had convinced the president of the the university to shut down the speech despite the fact that the student council approved it twice. the president had to have that decision that shapiro was allowed to have the speech but no one could get in to the speech. police had to escort the students to hear the speech. this is the situation. you can watch the speech that is liveed streamed but also recorded. you watch it.
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it's because he was conservative. >> why was there such push-back? >> is it just because he e's a conservative? ben shapiro uses the tactics of the left against the left. it is when diversity becomes a problem. what he was saying is diversity views are what we should be going for. diversity of race doesn't make sense and he explains why he believes that. but this was the one conservative organization on campus. that's it. sit sponsoring this ten -- it is sponsoring this the ten-city peeking tour. the student government twice approved this speech. the day before they had hapblg davis in a video speech -- this is a woman who is a communist, a radical you can see who she is. there was no protest about her speaking it is because he is a conservative. they are saying the speech was
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racist but as ben shapiro points out the tactics of the right is to accuse the right of being racist an they tower at that instead of standing up to it and he stands up to it and this is what happens. >> this is about full speech. >> there is so much more. the tactics of the the left. they basically say to you when did you stop beating your wife? >> they use this thugish behavior. it pisses me off. you have this crowd that should be believing in free speech. -- >> not only that, going across the country now. >> you have parents sending their children to these schools. school is supposed to be where you express yourself -- give me one example ever on a college campus where conservative
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students locked arms and used their chest to push people out of the way to prevent some one from hearing -- >> they eventually have to be in the real world where speech is free and you are going to have to tolerate things that you don't agree request so welcome to the real world. >> the show the rest of the the country what fascism looks like. they will have to learn what the first amendment is about. what the constitution is about instead of running around taking social justice classes. >> very disappointing. >> it doesn't make it to the point in the real world. >> thank you. important story. >> the academy awards sunday night.
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that was jennifer lawrence best actress nominee.
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the winners have yet to be announced. the best are in. michael joins us live from la. good to see you. good morning. >> hello. how are you? >> we know you are in la for the big event sunday night. let's talk about your picks. >> well, the male leading actor, everyone is saying this is leo's year. he is the susan lucci of the actors. he never got it. everyone is saying he is going to win it for a role for where he had little dialog. maybe that's what it took for leo. >> interesting. >> everything campaigns for these things. he has done all the right things. he has been charming with every reporter, gone to every party
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and shook every hand to try to get out there many front of all 65 members of the academy. >> what about joy? that looks to me like one. >> in terms of best picture, i don't think it's in the running. >> how about jennifer lawrence? >> she's a pave favorite out her sure. every someone talking about the other for golden globes. in terms of best picture it's come down to three movie, "spotlight," the revenue" and "the big short short." usually by now you which way it will go but this is the first in a very long time where the producers -- the guilds have
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picked three different movies. i think the "reverence" should win it. my hunch is "spotlight" should get the win because they won in the sag awards. >> the regular big award is seats and revenue, when you're making money that is the biggest award. they have gift baskets, it's a self promotion. what about consideration for what are really wins which is money because you don't survive without making money as a film or an industry. >> well, this is the first year where a lot of the best movies have all between the "martian" and "the reverence." is unusual. this is a lot of big block busters who are going for gold on sunday night.
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>> i watched "the martian" how much did it cost to make it versus making $100 mill opinion. what's the profit on it? it probably cost $100 million to make. it made well over that. it is considered a big financial success. the other consideration is sunday night, last year the ratings for the oscars were down 15% from the year before it was the lowest since the year before since 2009. a lot of questions is what will happen in terms of people tuning in. they have the rights for the oscars through 2020 and with all the controversy for the oscars while issue. will -- white issue.
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will people be tuned in or not. >> we will be focused on what people are wearing. >> yes. >> what's important. >> of course. have a great weekend. next hour, my interview the former president of mexico, vicente fox tonight record. we will get his take with the buding feud with the presidential front runner donald trump. this is how it all began. >> with that -- wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. i would like to know who those hispanics are.
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welcome back. happy friday. it's february 26th. your top stories on the east coast. a fiery night in houston last night. gop candidates firing off. things got heated up quickly. >> on the the stage tonight
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there are two defendants of immigrants and an african-american. we are the party of diversity not the democrats. >> no, no, no. >> this guy is a joke artist and this guy is a liar. if he builds a wall the way he built trump towers he would be using illegal immigrants to do >> can somebody attack me please? >> all the top moments and the state of the race now coming up on the the program. former mexico president vicente fox reacting to build that wall along with mexico. listen to this. >> i am not going to pay for that -- wall. he should pay for it.
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he's got the money. >> i would like to know who those hispanics are. >> tune in coming up for there a interview the former president of mexico, vicente fox. lots to talk about with mr. fox coming up. we are also watching markets this morning. we are expecting gains. the dow industrials expected to open at 70 points. at 8:00 a.m. we will get the second reading of the fourth quarter gdp. we are expected to see slow growth at the end of last year. we will get the numbers and bring them to you. meanwhile sparks were flying last night in houston as the gop president presidential candidates took the stage. marco rubio and ted cruz went after donald trump trying to
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take him down. minutes in the debate rubio called trump a hypocrite saying undocumented immigrants used to build trump tower. you have only been the fern -- fined to hire illegal immigrants to build your tower. >> i'm the only one on the stage to hire people. >> issued just deteriorated into insults. >> i have been watching all my life. you are all talk and no action. >> what i see up here, this guy sa joke artist and this guy is a liar. you have a combination of factors. he can't do it for the obvious reason. he doesn't know thousand tell the truth. other than that i rest my case.
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>> at one point cruz tried to paint trump as someone who can't be trusted to nominate conservative justice. that's when trump called cruz crazy. >> deal with harry reed to under mind religious liberty. than will also erase the second amendment. >> when you talk about crazy are you talking about you? give mae break. rubio is stepping up his trump attacks once again. she making his rounds on several morning shows. he has been calling trump a quote, con-artist. >> joining members of the the committee. congressman good to see you. want to get your thoughts on last night's debate. i know you are supporting marco rubio. >> i think he did exceptionally
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well. there's little substance behind what donald trump is saying. they want the voters to do that. >> i think marco did well and thought senator krao*urz did well it's a two-man race between senator rubio and donald trump. when it comes to foreign policy and national security and illegal immigration, marco is much more substance and donald trump is to the name calling. i grew up with guys in the rich part of queens but the fact is that this is showing that donald trump is not about substance, marco rubio does. it will be important to get that message out. >> issue over immigration keeps coming up for marco rubio. what's your take on that in terms of oh boarders, getting a cap or limitations to a number of green cards issued and people coming in to the the country. >> i e don't believe -- you have
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to have a secure border. immigration is the lifeline of this country. it's essential on immigration. it's essential where we control our border but senator rubio said almost half of illegal immigration comes from these. not just people coming across the border. so we have to have a much better system within the country of finding those who oh have stayed and as far as green cards. we need immigrants in this country. i grew up in the neighborhood. i know how vital immigrants are. it has to be done in an illegal way. >> let me move on to the apple story. fbi director speaking before a house panel yesterday regarding the agency's fight with apple. you questioned the reports the fbi can just unlock the one phone themselves. >> yes. several people on in the media say that the fbi could do this
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if they wanted to but trying to establish a case here and give an opportunity here. >> the problem with people watching too many tv shows. >> some time wes are not as attractive as we appear on tv. >> what was he trying to say there? say that the fbi, that this is not a game they playing. there are some people suggesting that the fbi can do this but they want to wayne case in court. believe me, this is a live active investigation. there is reason that they want to get in that phone. there could be others out there and if they have the ability to do it, they who would. this is got a game they are playing, too many people in the the media think this is somehow a game that is being played, it's not. if the fbi would do it they would do it. it's not a privacy issue. the person whos that phone is dead. the phone is owned by the city of san bernadino and given
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permission to the fbi. they have turned the phone over to apple and want to erase the auto function that is within that phone and it will be done. it's not going -- there's no way this can be hacked into. this will not be for anyone in the future. >> a man who has been following the story. we had a council for foreign relations said it's more than one phone. >> i'm curious to know what your response is because apple said it violates their first and 5th amendment in the constitution. what do you say to that? >> that's just not true. the fact is that the government has the right to go to court to get a search warrant. if they believe that evidence is there or information that can cause a crime or prevent future crimes. as far as effecting other phone, this cannot possibly effect other phone. because it involves the policy
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of codes, it's just for that phone in particular cannot be used anywhere else. we may have issues used later on with other phones. the fact is when cook and apple talk about this t there's a tone of arrogance here. we are talking tact saving lives. it protects us -- as far as the 5th amendment, i don't know what he's talking about. >> but tim cook has said, and you hear from from the fbi, they want you guys to deal with this. they want congress to make legislation that lays out what these smart phone skpraepbs -- companies have to do. >> i want to do that but meanwhile people can die. i want to do it. >> what are you going to do? are you going to do? you will come up with legislation? >> that's all congress can do is
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legislation. >> what will it look like? >> people in the administration involved in it to find a way to find out what's in these phones. you will have terrorists all over the phone that will have these apps. >> the swhous already working with tech -- the white house is already talking to members of committees in the house and senate and have not been able the to come to an agreement. how do you suppose you will be able to solve this? what will you propose stp. >> it has to be done in court. you have to talk to 218 people. that is not an excuse for not doing anything. i'm saying we have the responsibility but just because congress is not acting quickly enough does not mean that tim cook can stand back and let
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people die. >> giving government too much permission to break into an individual's privacy. when does it become a slippery slope? >> it's not yet. that's why they went to court. we always have search warrants and we have wiretaps to people's phone conversations. that's done under court super vision. we had that for years. that's part of our provision. unreasonable search and procedures. if it's reasonable to save lives which you are not violating anyone's privacy which you are not in this case. that clearly allow use to win. if you are worried about other people hack in, put in protective measure, that's up to the technology experts come to congress. the burden is on them to show how it has to be done. i believe the fbi has a full
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right to go in with a court order. >> what are you expecting tuesday from this hearing? i think hopefully it will go forward and get constructive ideas. the fbi has been talking to us over a year attempting to work with the industry. we also have the da in manhattan trying to work with the industry. >> he has another 175 phones. >> and if we had known on september 10th that in the phone to the secret where the next attack is going to be and if they said congress take care of it. it would be on their heads. >> good point. joining us on the heels oh of his comments opposeing the donald trump's plans to build a wall many mexico. i will be speaking with the former president of mexico
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vicente fox in a fox business exclusive. join us. we will be right back. ♪ lots of vitamins a&c, and, only 50 calories a serving... good morning, indeed. v8. veggies for all.
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a mass shooting in kansas. >> a man storming last night before storming the factory where he worked. four people including the shooter were killed. this took place at four different locations. police have ruled out terrorism atdz a motive. >> a passenger far cruise ship hit bay powerful storm in the atlantic. 4500 passengers hunkered down as the ship had the 35-foot waves. many were videotaping that storm. >> sea world that epl phoeu joe's imposed an animal rights activists to spy on this critics ap people for the ethical treatment for animals last year accused a san diego park worker on spying on the anti-sea world protest.
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-- you have a combination of factors. he can't do it for the obvious reason and he can't do it because he doesn't know thousand tell the truth. ♪
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sparks were flying last night at the republican debate. it felt like cruz and rubio had an agreement to take trump down as they might. >> it was their own option. they have to break out. when you look at the field when you look at 15%.
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that's higher this time. they don't combine and dane some ground upon trump and he wins a significant amount of the the scc primaries, you get closer to that argument and that traction and momentum is hard to take down. yeah. many believe marco rubio was u a stand out last night. moments like this exchange with front runner donald trump, watch. >> well, i hear five things. everyone is dumb, we will win, win, win, make america great again. >> joining us now live from houston is republican pollster. frank, good to see you. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> what did you learn? tell us your reaction to the debate last night. >> the goal and i think that the candidates often missed this is not to win a debate, not to
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score points, it's to win voters. [ r&b music playing ] clearly won yesterday's debate. our voters thought that he had performed much better than anybody else and only three of the 23 actually switched their votes. this is what -- about the tenth republican debate. this is the least amount of switches that we ever had in anything. imagine watching for 2:15 that is able to change few minds. ted cruz disappeared. he is one of the the best debateers that the republicans had and challenged trump and rubio very effectively. yesterday he was nowhere to be seen. number three, i know that he's far back in the the polls but i have to give john credit when they were talking foreign policy. he was scoring real points because he wasn't engaging the other candidates. he was talking about where he stood. the battle is not about trump or
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rubio or carson effective debateer is the one who takes the case to president obama and hillary clinton but that's not enough if you don't change voters. so rubio won the battle but not convinced that he won the war. >> going into super tuesday it's very important to have a victory and take on -- he needs to win at state. >> exactly. if florida doesn't come up for two more weeks. every poll shes rubio down. i know that the campaign is challenging it. if items' good fool they tout -- if it's a good poll they tout it and if it's bad they ignore it. i am looking at tennessee as the opportunity. i just wanted you to know that these kicks are made for walking. this is going to be next year's christmas gift. donald trump make america great again. they are the most uncomfortable sneakers ever made and maybe that's --
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>> who is making those sneakers? is that from the trump campaign? >> i did. i made them in europe where you can control the copyright. i will be selling them for $ 59.95 and donald trump will be suing me tomorrow so i can be one of the the millions of people that trump is suing. >> i want to bring up on a point they made about who they their talking to. john was talking to the voters, he looked to the camera, he didn't get engaged. >> he always does that. >> in contrast with the rubio and donald trump do you think the voters say you are fighting with trump but i'm looking at the guy who is talking to me and maybe they this look at him a little more. >> reporter: the one that effected that was chris christie
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in the earlier debates. voters want them to look straight in the the eye. they are saying to decide do you say what you mean and mean what you the number one attribute that republicans want. and when you get elected to president is -- i wonder who is debate prepping these guys because they are making the basic mistakes that you learn in high school debate class. rubio was effective in his sound bites and that fine the donald trump line was good for him but it doesn't change voters unless you look them straight in the the eye and convince them that you say what you say you u are. >> how does trump the -p look? when he has two guise attacking -- he has two guys him and he still comes back with punch lines, does that help trump look a little stronger an the other guys look like they knead to attack him. is that a plus or minus?
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>>ty was asked the question yesterday by someone trying to make a decision to donate a large amount of money to one of the candidates who wasn't trump. i said watch the debate before you make that decision. donald trump in the the first 15-20 minutes. trump beat rubio. rubio sound like he wanted to get in a fight. trump sounded stronger. someone needs to train donald trump not to get so angry it's okay to have good lines to brush someone away. he comes across as mean and gets meaner as the debate goes on. for viewers at home, look at the transcript of this debate. you notice that trump's nastiness went on and marco rubio got better. they were more crisp and clear. >> what does this mean for the election? i was looking at this research
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later that young americans are to liberal and they are looking toward bernie sanders. take does forward 6 of or 8 months and what do you think tells us about the election stp. >> the snap chat generation, the 18-26-year-old voters are going to vote democratic bay higher percentage than they did when they gave president obama 6 0%. they will go maybe with the democrats 75/25 where trump the -p does well among working class voters. the average gets them by 42%, trump could be 47%, close to 50%. he will lose latinos. we will have the craziest campaign we have ever seen. we left tout two word, hillary clinton or donald trump and that's mike bloomburg. we don't know what he's go togs do. he may get in the next ten days.
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>> there's a lane open for him. he starts at 28% of the vote, that's significant. >> thanks so much. >> thank you. >> we will see you soon. frank in houston this morning. former mexican president vicente fox taking aim at donald trump on trump's plan to build a wall in the border. vicente fox will join me live in an exclusive interview next. ♪ i think it landed last tuesday. one second it's there. then, woosh, it's gone. i swear i saw it swallow seven people. seven. i just wish one of those people could have been mrs. johnson. [dog bark] trust me, we're dealing with a higher intelligence here. ♪ the all-new audi q7 is here. ♪
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>> welcome back. mexico's former president vicente fox reacting to donald trump's call to build a wall along the mexico border and pay for it. >> i'm not going to pay for that (bleep) wall. he should pay for it. he's got the money. it worries me. 44%, of all hispanics. i'd like to know who those hispanics are. maria: joining us now in a fox business exclusive is former president vicente fox. thank you for joining us. >> it's a pleasure, america. maria: you said you're not going to pay for that wall. donald trump says mexico is going to pay for that wall. give me your reaction to what donald trump has been saying and about his victory that we
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continue to see over and over again in these primaries, sir? >> let's stop by what he requested, an apology. i'm not going to apologize for all of these stupid things we've been hearing from him, that really have offended mexico and mexican people and joe biden, biden, vice-president of the united states just came to mexico and i quote, a lot of damaging, incredibly inaccurate reporti reporting, has been called by biden. he says he feels almost obliged to apologize, this is joe biden, to apologize for some of my colleagues who are campaigning that what they have said about mexico, the mexican people.
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so, that's one thing and i mean, this guy is incredible. he 's got so much money i don't know how, but he knows little about macro economics. he doesn't know about history, those who recognize what it's all about. this very solid partnership that we have built together three economies, canada, united states and mexico and he should learn that mexico buys from united states over a half a billion u.s. dollars worth of trade and that this is what he should consider. building a wall is stupid, goes against your own interests. maria: you say he doesn't know about macro economics. what he says he knows about who is coming over the border and he says drug dealers are coming into the country, killers are coming into the country. let me ask you, what are you going to do then and what should mexico do then to keep
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the border safe? >> he has to prove that, crime rate in the united states is very high anyway, not provoked by migrants. we have the case today of killings and every other weeks, we have those killings, so crime is within the united states and this is why he shouldn't-- reading about what's going on, and september 11th, if it comes to mexico-- we're a good neighbor of united states, partially responsible for the making the economy what it is and partially responsible for saving bankruptcy, general motors, chrysler, ford, five years ago and to pay for that.
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and only until they came and set the nafta corporation, they do part of the work in canada and part in the united states and part in mexico and that's what gave them an opportunity to survive. otherwise the auto industry dominating the market. consumers are paying much less more products manufactured in mexico and he says he wants to tax them. what is going to happen with general motors, with ford, those with so many jobs for united statfor-- u.s. citizens. who is going to harvest the apples in the state of washington if not mexicans. who is going to harvest in california and the construction industry, in nevada, which, by the way, i mean, 40% of nothing is nothing. maria: yeah, i think you make a lot of good points, but you
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know, you say, look, i'm not going to -- donald trump heard what you say that you're not going to pay for the f-bomb wall and he said, look, he owes me an apology. he's not backing down and he's responding to your comments and spoke about them in last night's presidential debate. listen to this, mr. president, i'd like your reaction. >> and the wall just gotten feet taller, believe me. it gotten feet taller, i saw him make that-- i saw him make the statement. i saw him use the word that he us used. maria: he says the wall got higher, mr. president. what's your reaction? >> my reaction is, more stupid, i mean, that's a wrong thought. my correction should be handled in a different manner, that's why we have a proposal, i feel, in congress presented by senator mccain long time ago, that solves and makes the case
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of my-- migration positive for the united states and mexico. it's not attacking everybody, attacking the mexicans, attacking the muslims. attacking women, attacking migrants. that's not the way to go. that chair for the president of the united states is so elegant, so full of power that only people with ability with intelligence and with compassion have sit in that chair and this guy is out of the world. he thinks that by building a wall, which is only a consequence of the fear he builds inside, he feels fear. only those who feel fear build walls. he said chinese wall was much longer than the u.s. wall.
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the chinese wall did not work against their enemy. it was a wul built by russia, the dictatorship did not work against freedom. so he's absolutely wrong. just the concept of wall is terribly, terribly misleading. i will invite this guy to withdraw from the race, to go back to business, to his business, and forget about what is a nation, what is a presidency of a nation, what is macroeconomics, all the corporation. let me tell you the fortune 500, 40% of fortune 500 have been created by migrants, by foreigners. maria: you make a great point on that, but donald trump will push back and say, look, i'm leading with hispanics, look what just happened, look what just happened in the caucuses, right? now you say you want to know who these hispanics are that
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voted for trump in the nevada caucus. why? why do you want to know who these hispanics are? >> i know who they are, i visit them every time i come to the united states. they're wonderful people, working for people in the service industry, in the construction industry, but in the polls, in the polls, numbers so low, so very, very low, that 40% of nothing is nothing. so he doesn't have the hispanic community. he doesn't have women. he doesn't have all the lies that he's telling in tv, i'm surpris surprised-- he can be whatever he wants, that's his choice, but i'm surprised of those 40% republicans, followers of trump, that trump, which is a-- stick them to the desert where there's no water. they came on a different path
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than there is. the greatest nation in the world, is the largest economy in the world and together nafta, canada, united states, mexico, we are the largest consumer block in the world. what is he going to sell the product? he complains about general motors and ford and plants in mexico. he's built trump buildings everywhere in the world. so he's inconsistent. he's erroneous. he is eco centric, and-- >> you know what? something is happening, something is happening with the people because he's still in the lead in america for the presidential race right now and everybody who comments on it, it almost seems like it helps him. for example, he's talked about china, now the chinese are upset. right? the chinese say, you know, we're watching donald trump. you're speaking out and saying, look, i'm watching and he's
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this and he's that and it ends up helping trump. do you think your comments right now are ultimately going to help him because the people of america are going to say-- his supporters are going to say, good, donald trump is impacting people and getting noticed. >> he's talking about the two largest trading partners of the united states. he's not talking peanuts. china and mexico are the two largest trading partners. maria: which is why he thinks he's going to be successful and mexico is going to pay for the wall because he knows mexico needs the u.s. when it comes to trade just the way u.s. needs mexico. >> i have to say we're not-- i am not going to pay for th that-- wall. he should know that, and i'm not going to pay for that. he should realize that. joe biden, vice-president. united states, he said i have to pay for this guy, it's not terrible.
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i think the debate yesterday is so poor compared to the prior debates and i mean, spending hours attacking each other without no contents in their proposals, debates are to make proposals are not to attack each other and not to be presumptuous, and say me, me, me, me and the rest -- this is not what the united states needs. in that chair sat president washington, president jefferson, president reagan, all of this -- roosevelt. i think that chair is for sensitive people, for people that have reason, that think, that has compassion, that's the most important work. he should have start learning a little better about compassion, promoters of love, promoters of
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communication, networking, teamworking, and especially spirituality, this guy is-- no intelligence and no spirituality. maria: very quickly, mr. president, how would you characterize the drug trade, the crime in mexico right now, as far as security is concerned? have things improved in the last couple of years or not? >> he's got-- now mexico is down 28 with president calderone and when i finished my governor, it was nine, nine crimes out of each 100,0 100,000. got up to 28, terrible, that, a total failure. now it's down to 18, but this year as long as that drug market in the states continues,
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the problem of drugs will continue. united states should advance to legalization. all these issues, trump knows nothing about them. maria: mr. president, thank you for joining us this morning. president vincente fcente fox. i want to apologize to the viewers, we didn't expect the president to curse the way he did, this is live television and it went out on the air. voiceover: studies show that sitting at a desk all day can lead to serious problems,
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cheryl: first this, most people go to arby's with roast beef sandwiches. they're focuses on vegetarians, on one day offering a vegetarian menus. the carnivores can chill out. they'll offer a regular menu. sometimes the bath can double as a sled. this guy in latvia taking a wild ride through the snow covered seats of the city, in a bathtub towed by a car, that's what you do. probably isn't that fun because he got pelted from snow and the car tires and at some point he gets tossed out. anyway, he flips over and there he goes. yeah, that could have hurt. anyway got back in and kept going another time . dagen: that's red neck right
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there, and fill with snow. cheryl: one more for you, bring you a penguin on a treadmill. that's all. maria: oh, my gosh. >> by the u.s. taxpayer. cheryl: it was an experiment, david, smart. fat penguins are more unsteady than the slimmer ones, but it was a penguin on a treadmill. maria: it was great. cheryl, thank you. we'll be right back.
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solid. >> it's a time bomb. >> the big short in the running for the best picture as we head into the oscars weekend. the wall street journal senior editorial director, christopher, good to see you. >> thanks for having me, appreciate it. maria: what are your expectations sunday night? >> "the revenant" led the field on nominations and probably do well on sunday, others in the running "the big short", "spotlight" a lot of buzz about that, i think you'll see the coronation finally of leonardo dicaprio, almost a lock to win best actor finally. great films and people know he's a great actor, but hasn't always gotten the love at award shows. i think it's finally going to happen this weekend. maria: no dialog in it.
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dagen: and his rich tan butt is going to lecture us about equality and climate change? >> rich trending after that. >> i don't want to, leo dicaprio's rich tan butt. dagen: he's always tan. >> and diversity, whether or not other nominees should have been up there like "straight out of compton", with chris rock hosting, he'll needle hollywood about that, it's interesting to talk about, it's money, it's not about black and green. people of color account for more than 40% of ticket sales in hollywood. hollywood had the biggest year ever 2015, 11.1 billion biggest year in hollywood history the number of tickets sold is dropping and so that's a problem. you want to get more people into the movies. maria: they're not going to the
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movies anymore, why would you? you've got an industry at home. >> it's diversified, you've got netflix, and digital platforms are going. i get it. i'm over this oscars are so white. straight out of compton was targeted at a black audience primarily, it was a share of the field, a lot of notice, and plus, this is hollywood, congratulations. dagen: it does rise to that. i'll push back, that was a damn good movie and no nation, he didn't get nominated for that and won the golden globe. >> i'm totally with you, "straight out of compton", was not aimed at small audiences, it's the biggest musical biopick of all time, and walk the line.
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people want to see that movie and black and hip-hop, white kids love hip-hop. dagen: is it not just black versus white, just old versus everybody else? the oscar voter, the academy is old people. >> also the fact that what does best in the movies is comedies, comedies are one of the biggest ones, look at madea. the comedies and young stories do well. other movies tend to be interest films that do well, doesn't guarantee a seat at the table. >> it's too bad that one of the biggest films of the years,"star wars," the force awakens, wasn't nominated for best picture. maria: that's the bottom line. christopher, always a pleasure, my friend. >> thank you. maria: see you soon and thank you for joining us. we didn't get to the gdp. by the way, it was up 1%. dagen: whew, 1%.
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maria: forecasting, 1% something to celebrate? i guess. great to see you, dagen, and david webb, please come back soon. i'll see you sunday morning for sunday morning futures on fox news channel. have a great weekend. "varney & company" is next. stuart: thank you. i heard him say it, by the way. moving on. the debate last night, it's do or die. they call d-day for candidates, too little too late? down to the wire. any more cliches, only time will tell. good morning, everyone, the republicans held the debate and it was raucous. rubio and cruz attacked. trump is a con artist, trump attacked, cruz is a liar. you heard it all night long. yes, it was entertaining and it completely overshadowed the democrat primary in south carolina tomorrow. more on that in a moment. almost the end of the month. check


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