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nicely about the candidates. marco rubio on top. >> all right. thanks so much. >> great show everybody. we'll see you back here on monday. "fox and friends" starts right now. have a great day. thanks for joining us. hi there friends. good morning. it is friday, the 15th of january 2016. i'm anna kooiman. donald trump and ted cruz take off the gloves. the topic is ted cruz eligible to run for office? >> since september the constitution hasn't changed. >> if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can serve in office? >> and the fireworks didn't end there. >> no, they did not. another big moment last night. marco rubio essentially throwing everything, including the kitchen sink at a surging ted cruz. >> you say you're against doubling the green card. you supported a 500% increase in
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guest workers. now you're against it. >> it didn't end there. we've got more straight ahead. >> friday never ends. there were a few lighter moments that took place last night. >> mentioned to -- he said everybody. >> carson had a lot of fun. that was excellent. they played into that well. let me remind you, if you don't know, mornings are better with friends. he was relaxed, wasn't he? >> he was. i tweeted out. you cannot say that ben carson was low energy last. >> absolutely not. >> it's easier when you're not the front-runner. welcome to the program. >> hope you were watching on fox business. it was a republican showdown. >> the top gop candidates going head to head for the first time
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in 2016. >> with seven instead of 11, a much different feel to the debate. john roberts is live in north charleston. how daye do i know? i'm not just reading the prompter. i glanced down. >> and you can see on the prompter behind me. >> winter is over. it's nice. >> looks great. i'm us. >> it's beautiful. i had a daughter who went to the college of charleston. i spent a lot of time here. in south carolina, it's all about southern hospitality and sweet tea. last night it was about flame throwers and gasoline. the two frontrunners, ted cruz and donald trump going at each other. cruz appeared to score a big point against donald trump about whether cruz is eligible to be president. he was born in canada. >> back in september, my frond donald said ed lawyers look at this from every which way.
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there was no issue. there was nothing to this birther issue. now, since september, the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> the democrats are going to be bringing a suit. you have a big lawsuit over your head while you're running and if you become the nominee who the hell knows if you can serve in office. >> you know, it's been a long time coming. it was a slow burn. but i think anna, brian and steve, you can see officially the bromance is over. >> that's true. >> you got that right. >> john, i'm wondering, after that was done during the debate, i thought we kind of moved past this issue. or if ted cruz gets the nomination. but then in the post game, i saw donald trump says no, i know i'm right. this is going to be an issue. this is not over yet. >> yeah. he said that to sean hannity insisting that ted cruz should go out and get a court
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declaration that says he's indeed eligible to be president. clearly, even though he seemed to lose big on that point last night, he's continuing to press it. obviously, he thinks they've got research that this is resonating with some of the voters somewhere. >> meanwhile, all eyes were on trump and ted, ted cruz and marco rubio got into it in the last 15 minutes, didn't they, john? >> yeah. this is one that's been on a hot boil for a few weeks. marco rubio has been trying to take down ted cruz, the reason why, rubio is running third. kind a distant third in iowa. but neck and neck with cruz in new hampshire. last night rubio was hitting cruz on being a false conservative while cruz was trying to hit rubio on being a flipflopper. watch this exchange. >> you don't get to say we need to secure the borders and at the same time try to get barack obama more authority to allow middle eastern refugees coming in. >> ted cruz, you used to say you supported doubling the number of
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green cards. now you say you're against it. you used to support a 500% increase in the number of guest workers. now you're against it. you used to support legalizing people here illegally. now you're against it. you used to say you were in favor of birthright citizenship, now you're against it. >> truth be told, both have substantially changed their positions over the years. they both have a lot of explanation to do, if you get my drift. >> john, the gop contenders took barbs at one another and rallied against hillary clinton saying anybody on the stage would be better than her in the white house. she was on jimmy fallon last night and would do anything not to watch the debate. he was telling her to have a drinking game every time they said something bad about her. they certainly did put her in the crosshairs, didn't they? >> they did. obviously, there was a circular firing squad among the republicans, but she was very much on stage, even though she was nowhere near the coliseum.
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rubio described her as a disaster, the way she benghazi should disqualify her from being president. jeb bush suggested that the e-mail scandal and big donations to the clinton foundation while receives secretary of state could be a big problem for her if she becomes president. listen to jeb. >> here's the problem. if she's elected, she's under investigation with the fbi right now. if she's elected, the first 100 days, instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. we need to stop that. >> probably jeb bush's best line of the night. 17 days now until voters in iowa go to the all-important caucuses to debate over how many tickets there are out of iowa. are there traditional three or four or five. one thing you can count on, in the two weeks between now and the next fox newschannel debate, the candidates are going to be going at each other hard on the campaign trail. >> one quick question. the john roberts meter, who had
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the most people there or had the most support there in the crowd out of all the candidates? >> i think it was probably ted cruz. you could tell at the beginning when they introduced the candidates, i was doing the applause meter in my head, i think cruz got the largest applause. >> we would give you applause early in the morning but we generally don't clap until 7:00 a.m. >> john, thank you very much. joining us from charleston. one other between ted cruz and donald trump when he said he comes from new york and embodies those values. he doesn't have new hampshire or iowa values. he has new york values. well, it led to a great question from fox business and then one of the best answers trump has had during this debate season. watch. >> i think most people know
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exactly what new york values are. >> i am from new york. >> you're from new york. so you might not. but i promise you in the state of carolina, they do. the values in new york city are socially liberal, pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, focused around the money and media. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york and we rebuilt downtown manhattan and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> saying that donald trump on on that. he slowed down the cadence of his voice. he said it completely calm. america is really going to rally around 9/11 no matter what, right?
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>> it's an interesting mix. how is new york viewed from the outside in? >> in some ways, what ted cruz is saying. but at the same time, new york is full of a bunch of people, we were talking yesterday, go you go out to times square, people from all over the world are here and they want to see what america is about. >> what's telling about new york city values, the fox newschannel is in new york city and i think our values are just fine. >> good point, steve. >> don't zoom in on this. but the cover of the new york daily news. >> it's on every newspaper. >> i know. that's the lady liberty. she's kind of inappropriate hand gesture there. you can see the headline is drop dead ted. hey cruz, you don't like new york values, go back to canada. >> you know what ted cruz is doing, he hopes the people from iowa understand what he means. he'll worry about new york. he's convinced he's not going to get new york even though ronald
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reagan carried new york. donald trump said i'm so popular upstate, don't be surprised if i turn around new york city. >> we have jeb bush coming up live. marco rubio will be live, chris christie will be live amike huckabee will be live. >> if you're just getting up, it's time for some news. we start with heather and some terror. >> there is other news other than politics. overnight, indonesian police just arresting three men they believe are linked to the deadly terror attacks on downtown jakar jakarta. isis claiming responsibility as this new video emerges showing the moment that two of the five attackers blew themselves up. the video, we want to warn you, is shocking. >> goodness. well the men launched hand-made
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bombs and fired off bombs at a starbucks cafe at a traffic police booth leaving two people dead and 24 hurt. the terrorists are all dead this morning. outrage in chicago back here at home after surveillance video was just released showing an officer shooting a teen carjacking suspect leaving him dead. 17-year-old cedric chatman was gunned down in january 2013 by officer kevin fry. video shows chatman running away from police. police say that he turned toward officer fry with something that was dark in his hand that looked like a gun. it turns out, though, it was an iphone box. chatman's family has filed a wrongful death suit against the city of chicago. and it's the biggest jackpot in powerball history. but the three winners still remaining a mystery this morning. this is a group of kentucky elementary school teachers come forward to claim a smaller prize. they won a million bucks. congratulations ladies. they worked hard.
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deserve it. they say they plan to split the winnings and take some trips. they're part of a long list of winning $1 million and $2 million tickets that popped up in 26 states so far. you still got some luck. sad news to bring you now. tragedy for the singer celine dion. her husband, rene angelil, died after losing his battle with throat cancer. he was dion's manager and the person behind her. ♪ >> what a loss to that family. the couple have three children together. dion has now canceled her upcoming las vegas shows through the end of february. so sorry for that family. those are your headlines. >> a strong marriage that they had really over the years. they've been together a long
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time. >> i think he met her initially when she was 12. >> very young. >> he was the manager. thanks, heather. >> thanks. who do you think won the debate last night? the folks on a panel agree. there was one clear win every. who was it? stick around. frank is live next. sesame street is back. but not the way you remember it. the big changes hbo is making to the iconic show. that's ahead. >> i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling frequent heartburn brand in america. i hope you like it spicy!
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that's huge for my bottom line. what's in your wallet? good morning. 17 minutes after the top of the hour. the frontrunners squaring off for the first debate of the election year. we have a breakdown of what a focus group thought. good morning, frank. you had a late night. debate number 6 is in the books and your focus group says this person is the winner. let's watch. >> normally, i do a show of hands. this time i'm going to do a countdown. you're going to tell the american people who won this evening. 3, 2, 1. >> cruz. >> what did they say their reasoning was? >> well, really three reasons. number one, he handled donald trump in that exchange.
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the first exchange when they talked about the birther issue. they felt that cruz's approach was direct. was candid. and even a little bit amusing. so they could see that issue was not an issue. number two, they felt cruz throughout the debate articulated a conservative, sometimes in your face approach and number three, they thought that he would be as president the way that he was as a candidate. honest, direct and just a very positive reaction. >> with both of them going against the establishment, many would say they're going for the same voting blocks in the trump and cruz gloves really came off last night. let's see what your group thinks about them sparring. >> it was really evident that he was capable of taking the hit and handling it and turning donald around on himself. >> not only that, he was very eloquent, very level-headed about everything that he had to
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say tonight. i like donald trump. donald trump is very opinionated, which doesn't make it easy for him for the debate. >> what else did they say, frank? >> well, they want desperately to defeat hillary clinton. that's the one thing that unites all republicans. yesterday really for the first time, they thought that cruz was the candidate of all of them, they thought cruz was the candidate who had the best capability of defeating hillary clinton. >> chris christie was talking tough against president obama in particular. here's what your group thinks about chris christie's performance. >> he was tough. we want somebody that's tough and will go in there and knock somebody's lights out. >> knock someone's lights out. >> governor christie is capitalizing on the executive experience. a lot of times they don't want a contender to be coming from inside washington. he is not -- why isn't it
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translating in the polls, frank? >> but it is. the issue with chris christie and i've said that he was once third choice. now he's starting to become a lot of people's second choice. he is rising, rising, not as much in iowa but in new hampshire. he may come in second in new hampshire. what we saw in south carolina, is they want somebody to take the argument to hillary clinton. they don't want the fighting back and forth with each other and they thought chris christie had the best capability of prosecuting hillary clinton in the debate. he's gaining and he has the greatest potential going forward. clearly, last night was a ted cruz night. >> spent a lot of time in new hampshire, governor christie has. thank you so much, frank. get some sleep. 20 minutes after the hour. he wasn't on the stage but senator rand paul was a hot topic on social media. kurt the cyber guy here with the most talked about moments online. this story guaranteed to
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. can you tell me how to get, how to get to sesame street ♪ how to get to sesame street ♪ >> yep. sesame street returns for a 46th season. that will be tomorrow with some big changes. for the first time ever it will debut on hbo, not pbs and oscar the grouch will hang out in a recycling bin. >> of course. >> remember this.
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>> and i have to call the murdered, the murdered and the murderers the murderers. >> yeah. i remember that. police officers boycotting quentin tarantino's film the hateful 8 after he called them murderers. this bombing at the box office. it breaks my heart. not even breaking even. cops are outraged -- they're behind the tanking numbers and i tend to agree. >> 25 minutes after the hour. >> during last night's republican debate on fox business, there were no shortage of funny peoples and one-liners floating around poking good humored fun at the candidate. >> one person keeping an eye on this for us is kurt the cyber guy. >> good morning. >> the second the debate is on, people are online and turning around some pretty clever moments of the night. you remember the moment with rand paul and he's fixing his collar and -- this is exactly. there he is. they caught this one. it's being tweeted all over the
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place. he here's about we want rand. first things first, i'm the realist. he's fixing his collar. this goes round and round the internet. >> rand paul was not on the stage last night. >> no. >> he didn't want the opportunity to have millions of people watching him. >> you would think it would backfire. he's growing an audience online and he tweeted about the debate. >> like a live forum on there. >> i thought they were chanting we want red when neil cavuto was asking something. i guess it's the red tie. the next day i woke up after 90 minutes of sleep and i found out it was rand. >> this is the moment. everybody is talking about this, this morning. this is about senator cruz right now and the whole new york values and you remember this on stage. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully or humanely than new york. i have to tell you, that was a
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very insulting statement that ted made. >> boy, trump winning in the twit sphere on this one. what at what donald trump said about values came from the heart and is a set of values any american can get behind regardless of politics. also, liz on twitter, she's saying to us all over the place, #ted cruz had half the honor, courage and generosity of heart of the average new yorker, he'd actually be electable. #new york values. finally kathleen freedom and she's saying, i wonder how many new yorkers have texas values, big mistake. a lot of people saying it wasn't a clever moment on his part. >> it's authentic for donald trump. he can save a lot of tax money and be in florida like derek jeter did. he said i'm going to stay here.
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i love new york. >> just also was sort of a dead silence that followed trump at that moment. just did not work for him as you know. the online reaction is so true to what we were feeling. >> i don't think ted cruz is going to keep up that new york values thing. it's not the same as san francisco values which some have used in the past. >> he has to get over that stuff. >> good to see you. >> see you more online. coming up on this friday, a beauty queen forced to step down over a drunk driving charge. that may be the least of her worries. could she also be charged with murder? >> wow. >> the candidates put on their best poker faces. but we're calling their bluffs with brand new technology. dr. oz revealed it. the most stressed out candidates on stage by the tune and tone in their voice. that's next. he's almost here. i recognize the background.
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nikki haley is in her response to the state of the union address appeared to choose sides within the party saying republicans should resist "the siren call of the angriest voices." she confirmed she was referring to you, among others. was she out of line? >> wherever you're sitting nicki, i'm a friend. we're friends, that's good. she did say there was anger. and i could say -- oh, i'm not angry. i'm very angry because our country is being run horribly. i will gladly accept the mantel of anger. our military is a disaster. our health care is a horror show. obama care, we're going to repeal it and replace it. we have no borders.
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our vets are being treated horribly. illegal immigration is beyond belief. our country is being run by incompetent people. and yes, i am angry. >> okay. so donald trump admits he's angry. but is he stressed? dr. oz tracked just that with a brand new app that you can download called share care. it uses the voice to determine stress level. dr. oz and the developer of share care, eric feingold join us live in the studio. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> before we look at the stress levels of people on stage last night, what is this? >> say you get into a fight with someone. it's not what you said, it's how you said it. suddenly we can interpret not just the words but what the voice is telling us. think of it as an emotional selfie. there's an interpretation of voters that they're making that a lot of us are not overly aware of, but it's important. so this technology was developed
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in call centers to help people say the operator is being rude or mean. companies use this technology to train their employees. why not apply to an important process. what are the candidates saying in their voices? not just the words. >> okay. let's take a look. we've got the first sound bite we're going to have a share care analyze is marco rubio talking about the war on isis. watch this. >> this is a war that either they win or we win. when i'm president of the united states, we're going to win this war on isis. the most powerful intelligence agency in the world is going to tells where they are, the most powerful military is going to destroy them and if we capture any of them alive, they're getting a one-way ticket to guantanamo bay cuba and we're going to find out everything they know. >> we watched it. it's like a speedometespeedomet. he started out relaxed and intense. what does that mean, eric? >> you see how he works himself up. you can see that he starts in the green area and then as we
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begins to talk about what he's going to do, he moves into the red and the orange. he moves into nervousness and then into irritation and then into impatient and it correlates to what he's talking about. when he talks about destroying isis, he shows that he's ready to fight. when he talks about he will be president, he is nervous but he's not in a fighting mode. >> so how does a voter interpret that? >> passion is a good thing, right? >> you want people to care or be passionate. it's good to a point. but when you're past a certain point and your voice sends a message you're stressed out. you're sending a little different message. are they going to be as reliable, will they be calm in the face of adversity. voters react to it differently. >> next sound bite. here's ted cruz and donald trump. cruz says trump is attacking because of high poll numbers. watch the meter. >> back in september my friend donald said he had his lawyers look at this from every which way. there was no issue there.
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there was nothing to this birther issue. [ laughter ] since september, the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> okay. so he was cool, calm and collected. >> right. so he was well-prepared for this. >> he is one of america's great debaters, we should point out. >> as he speaks, you see the only time his stress goes up is when he loses his patience when he talks about, hey, nothing really changed. >> all right. we got one more sound bite that we want share care to analyze. here is donald trump responding to the cruz attack. >> i already know that democrats are going to be bringing a suit. you have a big lawsuit over your head while you're running and if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can serve in office. so you should go out, get a declaratory judgment, let the
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courts decide and why -- >> why now? why are you raising this issue now? >> now he's doing a little bit better. >> that's interesting. he's on the attack essentially but he's calm and productive. >> right. >> so he's actually calm for most of the time. when a question is being asked, you see that it bumps up a little bit. what's interesting that you see that he gets into the discomfort zone when he talks about the fact that his opponent is doing a bit better. >> here's the thing. the important thing. one of the thing donald trump does, he's continually confident because his voice is telling you he's calm. newspapers are right about the words he uses, talking about defending muslims coming into the country, but the average person is hearing cough dense in his voice. so suddenly that's a leadership quality that's really important. now, too much confidence is arrogance. so you have to always temper this. stress is not a bad thing, it's
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a good thing. but it may help us understand why some candidates do better in the polls than you anticipate. >> were the findings that you found last night on par with the debate season? this was the sixth one. >> we can see that some of the candidates were better prepared. overall, people continue and show their behavior quite consistently. >> we're going to post the analysis if we can of a lot of the different moments on share take a look at it. we love people's feedback. the science is a cool way for us to change how we look at how people perform, especially under stress. >> it's a cool app. i heard about it from dr. oz when you were here earlier in the week. how can people use it in their personal lives? >> we have an app to help people to track their relationships and their stress and stress in relationships are strongly correlated to our quality of health and our quality of life. >> you used it when you make a phone call? >> every time you make a phone
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call, it's being tracked. then only you get that feedback. nobody else can see that. it's completely private. >> i'm going to learn when i call steve doocy, my stress meter goes way up. at the end of the day, it says don't call steve late at night, you can't sleep then. >> i'm always saying, let's go out for steak. not a steak guy. >> dr. oz, eric, thanks so much. interesting stuff. hope you enjoyed that. let us know what you think. meanwhile, we have headlines with heather. we start with a pageant queen? >> yes. steve, by the way, we'll have all steak with you. >> thank you. >> a couple of the headlines to bring. could a beauty queen actually have blood on her hands? police are confirming that former miss washington usa, stormy kessler, is a part of a stabbing investigation. police allegedly found her in the same seattle apartment as a bloodied pro-soccer player named marco papa. he had been stabbed in the stomach but managed to survive. both have changed their stories
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about what happened multiple times. this since it revealed that kessler gave up her crown after not revealing a previous dui conviction. bernie sanders gaining ground on hillary clinton in the polls. last night, on late night tv clinton tried to explain it away this way. take a listen. >> new york times came out, the national numbers that bernie and you are kind of close. >> we're in a tight race. >> you had a 20-point lead at one point. >> that's really artificial. all of the early soundings and polls. once you get into it, this is democratic election for our nominee. it gets really close, exciting. >> it's just artificial. the latest new york times national poll shows clinton leading sanders by just seven points. youtube celebrities testing their journalism skills in a live q and a with president obama today. the commander in chief will be interviewed by, you know these names. a done day thorn, also known
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as -- and ingrid nielsen, aka ms. glam rat i. if you've never heard of them, neither have i. the questions will be submitted on social media using the #youtube asks obama. the live stream begins at 2:15 p.m. eastern. i don't know. maybe a 12-year-old knows who they are. here's the story that will warm your hearts this morning. an emotional reunion between a boy and his best friend. you got to watch. >> who is it? >> king! king! [ crying ] >> beautiful. but she's going to make anna and
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i cry this morning. that little boy bursting into tears of joy after being reunited with his little dog who had been missing for a month. his mom found him down the road from their texas house. she loaded him into the car for that sweet surprise and now they're all at home safe and sound. mom, you're the best. way to go. >> a boy and his dog. that is fantastic. >> man's best friend. little boy's best friend. >> for sure. thanks so much. thank you very much, heather. 18 minutes before the top of the hour. we're watching a fox news alert. a winter hurricane is gaining strength in the atlantic. this hasn't happened in nearly 80 years as millions brace for the nor'easter. will it be a double whammy? >> and while hillary clinton was busy talking to jimmy fallon last night, the gop candidates were talking about her. >> she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> she wouldn't just be a disaster. hillary clinton is disqualified
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all right. there may have been a few fights among the candidates during last night's debate, but they all had
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one common target. listen. >> the obama clinton economy has left behind the working men and women of this country. >> hillary clinton cannot be president. it will lead to even greater war in this world. >> hillary clinton would be a national security disaster. >> she's under investigation with the fbi right now. if she gets elected her first 100 days, instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> she wouldn't just be a disaster. hillary clinton is disqualified from being commander in chief of the united states. >> brad woodhouse, he's president of the correct the record, a super pac that supports hillary clinton. so, did they get it wrong, brad? >> well, look, i tell you what, i think the big winner last night was hillary clinton. especially in the democratic primary. if any democratic primary voter had any doubt who the republicans were worried about, and who they didn't want to run against, it should have been erased last night. she was mentioned 27 times in the debate. so, look, i think that's a big
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winner for them to go after hillary clinton, in a republican debate, in a republican primary. but there really are not hiding who they're afraid to run against next fall. >> well, i mean, do you expect them to talk about senator sanders? i mean, even though his numbers are going up, he's within seven points nationally. no one really believes that a socialist would be elected by a -- would be put forward by a dominant party. >> well, look, i think that's right. and i think that's why you heard very little mention of senator sanders last night. and most of the fire was aimed -- was aimed on hillary clinton. i think in that regard, she was -- she was a big winner. you know, i thought it was interesting that the republicans spent almost as much time talking about her as they did contrasting themselves with one another. >> right. here she was last night, on the tonight, talking about how there's no panic really despite all the reports to the contrary, because the polls are
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tightening. >> "new york times" came out, national numbers that bernie and you are kind of close. >> oh, we're in a tight race. >> were you -- you had like a giant -- you had a 20-point lead at one point. >> yeah, but you know, that's really artificial. all of those early soundings and polls. once you get into it, this is a democratic election for our nominee. and it gets really close, exciting. >> it's close and exciting. this is somewhat embarrassing, don't you believe, brad? a 74-year-old socialist giving a run for her money? and that's what brad would have looked like -- we still have brad? we're out of time? we're not really sure. but i'm going to tell you what brad was going to say. there's no panic among the clinton camp, they feel as though every race, they don't give this job away you have to go out and earn this job and hillary clinton is more than happy to do it. so that's what i think. >> you don't need guests. >> i don't need guests. >> brian -- >> i'm just watching. >> we know that they're going to say. >> are you working with the psychic friends network? >> i'm having a sense.
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hi friends, good morning. it is friday, the 15th of january, 2016 i'm anna kooiman and donald trump and ted cruz take off the gloves, and new york values taking the spotlight. listen. >> everyone understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal or pro-portion or pro-gay marriage -- >> and i have to tell you that was a very insulting statement
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that ted made. >> it does not stop there >> and did you catch this? everyone's talking about jeb bush's slam on hillary clinton. >> her first 100 days instead of setting an agenda she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> jeb joins us live from charleston in a matter of moments. >> great sound bite. and another big moment last night marco rubio throwing the kitchen sink at ted cruz. >> you used to say you supported doubling the number of green cards. now you say that you're against it. you used to support a 500% increase in the number of guest workers. now you say that you're against it. >> and it kept going on and on. we'll play you more. joins us live this hour to talk about how he thinks his attack on senator cruz is playing with you. meanwhile, live from new york city, and charleston, south carolina, it's "fox & friends" for a friday.
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>> hey everybody, you stay up late last night watching the gop debate? >> because it's 17 days to iowa, 26 to new hampshire, 37 to south carolina and 40 to nevada. and there's only one man who knew that off the top of his head and he was watching the republican showdown in south carolina last night. >> the top republican candidates going head-to-head for the first time in 2016. >> and john roberts is live in charleston with some of the night's biggest moments. good morning, john. >> good morning to you. this morning, all the monday morning quarterbacking going on, ted cruz getting kudos for his debating performance last night and his skills. but as happened at least once when he was on the princeton debating team years ago he appeared to have fallen into a trap of his own making. earlier this week he hit donald trump for sort of representing new york values when trump was going after him on the eligibility issue. watch what happened when cruz was asked about that last night.
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everyone unders statistic the values in new york city are socially liberal, or pro-abortion, or pro-gay marriage, focused around money and the media. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. and we rebuilt downtown manhattan, and everybody in the world watched, and everybody in the world loved new york, and loved new yorkers, and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> anna, brian and steve that moment came after cruz appeared to have scored big points against trump on the eligibility issue. i talked to frank luntz earlier, he said had those questions been reversed in the time line of the debate, the tone of the whole thing could have been much different than it turned out last night. >> that's right. and of course ted cruz is surging in iowa. he and donald trump are tied in
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number two nationally in toy number of polls. and so, the people who are behind ted cruz in the polls, particularly marco rubio, really threw the kitchen sink at him. didn't he? >> yeah, i mean if marco rubio hopes to become the nominee he's got to go through ted cruz at least in iowa and new hampshire. running third in iowa. he's probably, you know, at least margin of error tied with cruz in new hampshire. so last night he tried to go at cruz as being a false conservative. cruz hit back on marco rube crow for some of his flip-flops. watch this. >> you don't get to say we need to secure the borders, and at the same time try to give barack obama more authority to allow middle eastern refugees coming in -- >> ted cruz you used to say you supported doubling the number of green cards. now you say that you're against it. you used to support a 500% increase in the number of guest workers. now you say that you're against it. you used to support legalizing people that were here illegally. now you say you're against it. you used to say that you were in favor of birth right
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citizenship. now you say that you are against it. >> senator cruz accused rubio of dropping his entire opposition research file on stage. marco rubio hit back and said hey, senator, i'm simply quoting your record. >> all right, big night in charleston. johnny, thank you very much. >> let me just say -- >> thank you. >> we have a lot of guests coming our way, too, including a lot of people on that stage last night. you got yep bush, you have marco rubio, carly fiorina, governor huckabee, and governor christie, all to get to. >> absolutely. one other moment last night that was really a good moment actually for donald trump. remember a couple of nights ago after the state of the union address nikki haley said that the republican party should resist the siren call of the angriest voices and later the next morning on another channel she said one of those angry voices was donald trump, among others. last night given the fact that south carolina was the host for
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the debate and nikki haley was right there, donald trump was prepared he said you know what? nikki haley is a friend and when she said i was angry, i am angry, because this country is a disaster. and he said, i'll stop being angry after i fix it. >> he had a lot -- the pundits say that was brilliant on donald trump's part he seemed like a true politician and he is starting to get better every single debate that happened. right now though our guest is former florida governor jeb bush, and one of your big moments of the night, governor, you there? >> yes. >> great. >> good morning. >> nice to have you. one of your big moments of the night was when you took on donald trump after praising south carolina governor nikki haley's rebuttal to the state of the union address. you praised her. and hit donald trump on his muslim ban. we're going to take a listen. >> we don't have to have refugees come to our country. but all muslims? seriously? you cannot make rash statements and expect the rest of the world to respond as though, well, it's just politics.
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>> i want security. i'm tired of seeing what's going on between the border where the people flow over, people come in, they live, they shoot, i want security for this country. >> and governor, did you win on that? or did he? >> i thought i won, because we're running for the presidency of the united states. you need to be serious about these things. of course we have to control the border, there's no reason to bring refugees without having confidence that they should -- there's a good, proper screening process. but then to say ban all muslims, that means all indonesians, all many indians, pakistanis who might be contributing in some way to the fight of terror. they're not allowed into the country? it's just not a rational thing. donald likes to push things out, say outrageous stuff and then walk them back. at some point, you know, people are going to have to wonder, is that how you run the presidency? is that how you lead our country? is that how you lead the free world? and the answer is no. >> governor, was he saying -- you know, correct me if i'm wrong, but i don't think donald trump has said he's going to ban
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all muslims. i think he said we were going to take a temporary ban on having muslims -- refugees come into this country, and immigrants, as well, until we figure out the problem. >> yeah, immigrants as well. that's the point. ban all muslims is what he said. that's how it garnered the attention for everybody to, you know, focus on him. of course we should have a system where refugees are screened. the fbi director has made it clear that right now there isn't adequate procedures to assure that islamic terrorists aren't in the midst of refugees. so, that part i get. i don't think there was anybody on the stage that disagrees with that. but from a position of the united states leading, how are we going to lead a coalition to take out isis, and to bring stability for our own national security if you ban all muslims? that just makes no sense. >> to follow up on that, governor, isis has vowed to infiltrate the refugee system and we may have seen that, or at least some bad eggs there in europe after chancellor angela merkel brought in so many. so how would a president jeb
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bush do things differently? >> well, i think we should have a pause button for refugees coming to our country. we also ought to tighten up the visa waiver program so that european citizens that have traveled extensively into the islamic terrorist areas don't come in automatically like other citizens from europe would come in. we need to make sure that passports aren't falsified. we need to reauthorize the patriot act including all of the tools in the tool kit. there are things that we have to do to protect the homeland. this is a dangerous time. we need a serious president to do it. and we have to lead the world. we can't isolate ourselves from the rest of the world and push them away. we need to lead the world if we're going to be serious about protecting the homeland. >> i know hillary clinton was a common theme last night. she's likely the opponent of whoever the nominee is. you had this line to talk about not only her foreign policy but her legal problems. >> hillary clinton would be a national security disaster. think about it. she wants to continue down the
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path of iran, benghazi, the russian reset, dodd-frank, all the things that have gone wrong in this country. she's under investigation with the fbi right thank you. if she gets elected her first 100 days, instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. we need to stop that. >> funny line. >> you believe, governor, that the problems are that bad and your sources say the indictment could be coming? >> i don't -- i only get my news from "fox & friends" so that's all i get. all i'm saying is that she's under investigation by the fbi. just pause and think about that. that's not -- that's a pretty uncommon thing for a presidential candidate. and each and every week it just seems like there's more information. now there's according to fox again there's -- there's expanded investigation on the connection with the clinton foundation. this is -- this is a serious deal. so, i'm -- look, i want to win. i think the republicans need to win. we need to unify. hillary clinton would be an
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unmitigated disaster for ideological purposes. but she also has this legal problem that would really undermine our country. >> well, governor, she does have that legal problem. and we've had people here on fox who have said that it's reaching critical mass at the fbi. they've got plenty of information. they've got the goods on perhaps charging her. but then again they're going to present it to the attorney general of the united states. >> yeah. >> and then it becomes political. so, if the attorney general decides, you know what? it's not that big a deal, and they don't go ahead and advance the criminal case, what does that say to you about politics? >> well, first, the information will be out. and she's untrustworthy at a minimum. she does not tell the truth. today, the benghazi movie comes out, and she lied about that to protect the re-election of barack obama. that's how they roll. they're incredibly political. these are positions of national responsibility, everything is seen through a political lens.
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i will take it to her. because my record is an open book. her record is one where we have to get it all pried out by an fbi investigation. and i think that's what americans want to have a president that is open and transparent, that is honest with them. that focuses on them, not about their own personal ambition. >> governor, do you think that the headlines are right today, a lot of them say now it's a three-person race, cruz, rubio and trump. your feeling? >> i don't think that's true. i'm heading up to new hampshire tonight, and i'm looking forward to campaigning actively over the next few weeks, in iowa and new hampshire and south carolina, where we have the best ground game in all three of these places. i'm in it to stay and i feel really good about where we are. >> do you think there's -- has your dad gave you any advice because he had to deal with a surging candidate in pat buchanan and you also talked last time about your brother coming out especially in new hampshire. where are you at with that? >> well, it hasn't been determined exactly how to go
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about this. my brother gives me good advice for sure. my dad's just a loving dad right now, just every time i call him, i called him yesterday, he just says i love you, have fun doing this. he doesn't -- he's out of the political opining business right now, 91 years old. >> all right. jeb bush joining us from north charleston, south carolina. governor, thank you very much for getting up early to be with us today. >> thanks a lot. >> long night. >> it is straight to the early voting states. >> meanwhile talk about some bad grandpas, how these guys almost pulled off the biggest burl lear in british history. >> and the debate has the internet buzzing. but which candidate earned the most mentions online? clayton morris is here to break down all the social media reaction. >> on those cards? >> you very kindly just a moment ago offered me the have slot. i'll tell you what. if this all works out i'm happy
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happy friday, everyone. throughout the campaign, donald trump has dominated the discussion in the gop race, and last night no different with trump leading the discussion on facebook with cruz, rubio, carson and christie behind. here with more on the reaction on social media to last night's debate is my co-host clayton morris. >> nice to see you. >> donald trump has dominated the social media debate but last night the most talked about twitter moment last night had to do with chris christie and talking about the president, saying ithd not your policies -- it's not your personality, mr. president, it's your policies. watch this. >> mr. president, we're not against you, we're against your policies. the american people have rejected your agenda, and now you're trying to go around it. that's not right. it's not constitutional. and we are going to kick your rear end out of the white house come this fall. >> and the crowd goes wild. >> he got a little new jersey on him there. that was a huge moment, twitter
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exploded on that one, but also on facebook last night. man the discussion thread was on fire over the back and forth between donald trump and ted cruz and here was ted cruz's response. this one got the biggest bump on facebook last night. watch. >> since september, the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> here's the problem. we're running, we're running. he does great. i win. i choose him as my vice presidential candidate, and the democrats sue because we can't take him along for the ride. i don't like that. >> on the way to make it relevant again. >> so he brings that back up. we all knew that that was going to happen last night. the undercard debate here was a surprising moment, carly fiorina with this response, slamming bill and hillary clinton's marriage. listen to this moment. >> the truth is i've had and been blessed by a lot of opportunities to do a lot of things in my another wos race, i actually love spending
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time with my husband. >> ooh. that was a big moment on social media. >> yeah. we interviewed her husband, he's a very nice guy. >> very nice. >> how about just mentions on twitter. >> so once again donald trump dominating the discussion on twitter last night. either you look at the mood of this, this is not necessarily favorable, or unfavorable, it's just that most people talking about donald trump -- >> well he's the front-runner and he has so many twitter followers himself. in the millions. >> so the donald trump army takes to twitter to comment that ted cruz did also pretty well. here was one of the most amazing moments last night if you looked at the number of followers that followed individual candidates during the debate. people jump on and follow candidates the person who wasn't even there had nothing to do with the debate last night came in second. bernie sanders picked up the most followers last night underneath donald trump. it may have had something to do with the commentary during the debate, talking about him being neck and neck with hillary clinton. people saying hey, we've got to find out -- >> look who else is on that list? rand paul. he wasn't on the stage either. >> he had a huge response not
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even being on the stage altogether. social media responding. >> clayton thank you. we'll be together tomorrow on "fox & friends" weekend. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends" weekday, coming up the terror attack in san bernardino isn't just changing the way police respond. businesses now coming up with new tactics to protect themselves. a live report on brand-new active shooter tactics. that's next. and a big show ahead, marco rubio, chris christie, carly fiorina, and mike huckabee, all here to react to last night's debate. don't go anywhere.
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good morning to you. some quick headlines and a fox news alert to bring you. a desperate search is under way at this hour, after reports of two marine helicopters colliding off the coast of hawaii. both chappers had at least six people on board. this according to local media reports. the coast guard says a debris field and an empty life raft were spotted. two and a half miles from the island of oahu just after midnight. we're waiting more information as we get it. we'll bring that to you from the pentagon. >> also overnight and overseas. indonesian police arresting three men linked to the deadly terror attack on downtown jakarta. isis is now claiming responsibility as this shocking video emerges showing the moments that two of the five attackers, we want to warn you, this is graphic, blew themselves.
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>> two people were killed in that attack. the terrorists are also all dead. those are your latest headlines, more on that helicopter out of hawaii as we get it. steve? >> all right, heather, thank you very much. meanwhile an active shooter in the workplace. a scary thought but a real possibility, as we've seen. police departments across the country staying on high alert following the san bernardino massacre. and now businesses are learning new tactics to protect themselves and their workers. >> wdaf reporter rob collins is live in kansas city, missouri, with the details. good morning, rob. >> hey, guys, good morning. we're just south of kansas city in the small suburb of miriam, kansas where the police department will take business owners through an active shooting training, what would happen something similar to what happened last month in san bernardino. and the police department here in miriam tells us that the business owners actually came to them, and said hey, we need some training. we need some help. we don't want to be victims here. so today, two training sessions
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will happen, one coming up here shortly, and another one this afternoon, where business owners will learn what to do if an active shooter opportunity happens in their shop. now police will take these business owners through what to do. also what to do when police arrive on the scene. because we know, as the video you're showing, this is chaotic. there are things going on all over the place, it's hard to think, it's hard to remember what happened. so police officers are going to train these business owners in how to react with the shooter, and how to react with law enforcement as they arrive on the scene. chief michael daniel, the police chief here in miriam, says, quote, our top priority is keeping the community safe and businesses play a big role in this community, of course, and this is a type of training we hope nobody ever has to use. but, of course, it is always better to be prepared. and here in kansas, as many of you know, we are in south of kansas city missouri kansas is a
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constitutional carry where folks can carry a weapon without a conceal and carry permit. so active shooter sessions and active shooter trainings like these are very important to the small business owners. of course the fabric of the small businesses here in this community. guys? >> all right, rob collins reporting live from kansas city. we thank you very much. sign of the times. i mean, you've got to think, what if. >> yeah, taking personal security into your own hands. we've seen gun sales go way up after president obama announced this executive action. >> indeed. all right meanwhile coming up on this friday did you see this at the debate when marco rubio essentially threw everything he had, including the kitchen sink, at ted cruz? >> her first 100 days instead of setting an agenda she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> okay, that wasn't the sound bite. >> just wanted to know -- >> we will play it in a minute with marco rubio. he's going to be joining us live very shortly. and senator rand paul refused to debate. so where was he last night? not staying quiet and not being very polite, either. we'll explain.
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well, maria, thank you for passing on that hit feed from the front page of "the new york times." you know, the nice thing about the mainstream media, they don't hide their views. well, neil, i'm glad we're focusing on the important topics of the evening. since september, the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. interestingly enough, donald j. trump would be disqualified. because.
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because donald's mother was born in scotland. she was naturalized. now donald -- >> i hate to interrupt this episode of court tv, but the real -- >> we did start a great deal of that debate about the citizenship about senator ted cruz. marco rubio, you join us now. thanks so much for joining us. i appreciate it. we all do. >> good morning. >> but, senator right away, you said you had no problem with senator ted cruz's eligibility to run for president. you disappointed we spend so much time on it? >> well, we knew it would come up, right? i mean it's been a topic all week and they were going to mention it. so it came out and it was what it was. i thought it went too long. in the end you either care about it or you don't. i don't. i think the bigger issue is the challenges before america and the damage barack obama's done to this country and the damage hillary clinton will continue to do. we have a president that is systematically trying to change this country into something more like that you see in the rest of the world like the countries in europe, for example. my point is, if you want america to be more like those other countries, why don't you just
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move to those other countries. we want to be america. a place of individual liberty, respect for the constitution, free enterprise, limited government, and a strong national defense. and i think that's what this erection needs to be about, is becoming that again. >> sure. senator, a lot of the first, almost two hours, there was a lot of back and forth betwixt mr. trump and ted cruz but in the last 15 minutes, you got in there, and in "the wall street journal" today, they write that you were dazzling in the last 15 minutes. where you threw everything you could at ted cruz. if people didn't see it, i know it was at the end of the debate we're going to play a bit of it right here. watch this. >> ted cruz, you used to say you supported doubling the number of green cards. now you say that you're against it. you used to support a 500% increase in the number of guest workers. now you say that you're against it. you used to support legalizing people that were here illegally. now you say you're against it. you used to say that you were in favor of birth right
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citizenship. now you say that you are against it. and by the way, it's not just on immigration. you used to support tpas. now you say you're against it. i saw you on the senate floor flip your vote on crop insurance because they told you it would help you in iowa. and last week we all saw you flip your society on ethanol in iowa for the same reason. >> i appreciate your dumping your research folder on the debate. >> no, it's your record. >> did that work? did that stick? >> well, first, let's remember how that happened right? i was asked a question. i answered it. and then he basically got in aand attacked me. here's the point and i like ted, we're friends. but he campaigns as a consistent conservative. and basically says he's the only consistent conservative on the stage. that is not his record. he has flipped his position on birth right citizenship, on legalization of illegal immigrants, he wanted a 500% increase in guest workers. he wanted doubling of the number of green cards. he did change his position on tpa. he wrote an article with paul ryan, before paul ryan was speaker, praising tpa.
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he used to lobby members to support tpa, and then four months later all of a sudden he flips on it. and we saw him flip his vote on crop insurance on the senate floor. i mean i was standing right there. and then last week ethanol again in iowa. so my point is, the only thing consistent is the consistent political calculation that i'm going to change my position if it helps me politically in a given moment. and so don't run as a consistent conservative if, in fact, you have consistently calculated your positions. and that's what he's done. again it came up because he launched into an attack. and so i responded with his record. not with an opo dump with his record. >> another moment of the night where you shined was when you took on hillary clinton and her lackadaisical handling of national security information on her private e-mail server and also firing up your base on gun rights. let's take a listen. >> hillary clinton is disqualified from being commander in chief of the united states. someone who lies to the families of those four victims in benghazi can never be president of the united states.
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on the issue of barack obama, barack obama does not believe that america is a great global power and that's how you get a foreign policy where we cut deals with our enemies like iran. and we gut our military. and we go around the world like he has done on ten separate occasions and apologize for america. there is a war against isis, not just against isis, but against radical jihadist terrorists and it is a war that either they win or we win. the second amendment is not an option. it is not a suggestion. it is a constitutional right. i intend this president if he could get rid of a second amendment he would. criminals don't buy their guns from a gun show. they steal them, they get them on the black market. isis and terrorists do not goat their guns from a gun show. >> our producer showing us several headlines this morning, it's a three-man race, cruz, trump and rubio. what do you make of that? >> i would, again, the political punditry i'll leave to others. here's what i know, we're working really hard. we left last night right after the debate. we're here in new hampshire ready to work this morning.
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we'll be in iowa all day tomorrow and we feel great about the fact that now that voters are beginning -- i thought last night was the beginning of the fourth quarter here in terms of iowa. people are now really starting to focus in, the voters early states are -- make up their minds very late. they want to know as much as possible about the candidates and we just feel good about what that means for us. so we sense it on the ground. we feel really good about the message and ultimately this message needs to be about who is best able to keep america safe, and undo the damage that barack obama has done to the united states of america. >> all right. closing arguments, 17 days to iowa. marco rubio, thank you very much for joining us live. this morning. >> thank you. >> you bet. >> have a great day. >> all right. 23 minutes before the top of the hour. we've got other news, including heather, where the heck was rand paul? >> that's right. everybody's watching the debate. the debate sequel on the stage last night, not rand paul. rand paul literally giving the middle finger after he's left out of last night's main presidential debate. he was so mad that he boycotted the undercard debate, as well. so how did he end up spending
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his night? he hosted a q&a live from twitter's headquarters. he also released this video saying that he refuses to be silenced. >> my voice is unique in the party, and shut not be banished. without my voice, the liberty wing of our party wonders, if they need to look elsewhere, outside of the party for representation. >> well that boycott of his may have worked. the hashtag #randrally trended nation wide for the majority of that debate last night. well this one sounds like the plot of a hollywood movie but it's completely real. these older men in england, convicted of the biggest burglary in british history. and this is how it all went down. these guys climbed down an elevator shaft, disabled alarms, and then drilled a hole through a concrete wall. you can see that hole right there to get into a vault, steve and brian. they got away with $20 million in jewels, gold, and cash, anna
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that's for us. but police busted them after they bugged their cars and heard them bragging about it. not so smart. well we have a winner. a couple behind one of the three winning powerball tickets now coming forward. here's the moment a woman from a small town of munford, tennessee, realized that her family just won the biggest part of the powerball jackpot in history. watch. >> i wrote the numbers down and i got to looking and i saw it and i was like, look again. they're the same. looked again. the third time i went running down the hallway, john, john you've got to check these numbers. >> oh, she seems like a sweet lady. nice family. the couple gave that interview. but they still have to be officially verified as winners. the winners in california and florida have not come forward just yet. they're probably on the phone with their lawyers right now. and a dad shutting down his 6-year-old who wants a little cash. his son asked for his allowance early so that he could buy a toy. look at the letter head. dad, like dad bank.
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steve and brian you know that one, right? but the bank, dad savings and loan actually denied his request in this letter saying quote you have insufficient funds and a history of not doing your chores. it then states the mom's cell number, if the 6-year-old wants to file a complaint. file a complaint. >> but it's -- >> going to start making his bed. >> they never pay you back. >> some day, maybe. >> they will. >> we'll all pay our parents back. >> in love. >> we'll take care of you. >> all right thank you very much, heather. >> all right. it's a friday and it's getaway friday and maria molina tells us rainy throughout the eastern seaboard today. isn't it? >> yeah, we're going to be looking at some heavy rain across the southeastern u.s. throughout the day. but i do want to mention hurricane alex. it's a very rare event here in the meteorologist world hasn't happened since 1938. we have a january named hurricane. maximum sustained winds now at 78 miles per hour and it's forecast to bring hurricane
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conditions across some islands across the atlantic, the azores. we could be looking at flash flooding out there in addition to storm surge being a dangerous concern so that's something to watch there. but taking a look at the radar in a nationwide level you could see we have some activity across the western u.s. that started to dissipate. much heavier rain across the southeastern u.s. out there we're looking at heavy rain, and it's forecast to continue today across parts of the carolinas, also into the mid-atlantic, and then this storm tracks up the east coast, it's going to be bringing in some strong winds across the northeast this weekend, and because temperatures are going to be relatively above freezing for most of the region, it's mostly going to be a rain event. it's going to be looking like the interior parts of the northeast could be looking at some winter weather we have winter storm watches in effect across places like new hampshire and also in maine. potentially more than a half a foot of snow forecast there. and for other areas in southern new england, like massachusetts, and also parts of vermont, you could be looking at some freezing rain in combination with some light snow from the storm system. so it is going to be dangerous
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on the roads come saturday. but that storm quickly departs and it's out of the area for the most part by sunday. let's head back inside. >> all right, maria. we're lucky that it's warm otherwise we'd be shovel duty over the weekend. >> i'm still ready to make snowmen. >> all right fox news alert coming up. huge election news about to break in the next ten minutes. it's important and you will hear it first right here on fox and friends, it's a fox news exclusive. >> don't go anywhere. and it was one of the biggest exchanges of the night. >> since september, the constitution hasn't changed. >> if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can even serve in office. >> so how do voters feel about the birther debate? lee carter puts them to the dial test. that's straight ahead. ♪
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cooler blue shade during the day. the feature is meant to help users fall asleep easier. all right, brian, over to you. all right, anna. gop candidates hit the stage last night for the first presidential debate of this year. and with plenty of memorable moments to boot, that's what they left us with. but who came out on top? lee carter is here with brand new dials on what america thought about the debate last night with four specific candidates. >> how are you doing? >> the first bite you pulled out for us is governor christie talking about our alliances and what's going wrong and what he would do different. >> a number of things that the next president is going to have to do to clean up this mess. the first thing is we have to strengthen our alliances around the world. and the best way to do that is to start talking to our allies again and having them be able to count on our word. lots of people say lots of different things about me and this campaign, and now there's -- but one thing they've never said about me is that i'm misunderstood so when we talk to our allies and we give them our word in a christie
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administration they'll know we're going to keep it. >> very interesting you got the independents and republicans going out high. >> really, really high. christie had a great night last night. a lot of people aren't talking about him but he did. absolutely scored an "a" with republicans, and independents. but the interesting thing there, i mean it didn't look like the democrat line wasn't so high except that he probably did the best with democrats of any candidate that we saw. >> i guess so. now, not necessarily -- necessarily won't help you now but help you if you get the nomination. >> yes. >> talk about ted cruz. you thought he had a great night? >> i do. and so did our survey results. everybody without doubt said that cruz won. >> so the question is, is he american? let's talk about it. >> back in september, my friend donald said that he had had his lawyers look at this from every which way, and there was no issue there. there was nothing to this birther issue. now, since september the constitution hasn't changed.
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but the poll numbers have. >> and he did admit a little bit later, yeah, you got closer so you might win so i'm going to bring this up. how did he do? >> he did really, really well. independents, republicans gave him an "a." even the democrats were good with it. he was a phenomenal debater. those short jabs, he was so well prepared. he handled it with grace, and people said, okay, that birther debate is going to be put to bed now, and people said he schooled trump and he's the first one to do it. >> when nikki haley had the retort to the president's state of the union address she talked about the anger of the republican side later she would say the anger of the republican side really meant amongst people donald trump. we asked donald trump about that on our show and he said it's amazing, nikki haley asks me for money and now she said i'm angry. then he thought about it again. he knew the question would come up especially with her in the audience. here's what he said. >> i'm very angry. because, our country is being run horribly. and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. our military is a disaster. our health care is a horror
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show. obamacare, we're going to repeal it, and replace it. >> so, and before that he said she said she's friends and i'm friends with her, too. >> yeah, it's fascinating. because what trump usually does, when he's criticized he doesn't try to defend himself. he leans into those criticisms and turns it around to something for himself. you saw the independent line and i think this is so important because when people talk about anger the independent's response over and over and over again, because i think the independents might be more angry than anybody else. so independents gave it "a" there, and that is remarkable. and something that we should really be looking at. >> overall you walk away thinking ted cruz dominated? >> overall, i do. i think it's hard to say -- trump also had a really good night. i think christie and rubio are sort of battling it out for third place. but what people told me, in the survey, was that cruz was the winner. >> all right. lee carter, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> results from last night. put it out to 2,000 people. all right meanwhile coming up straight ahead a fox news exclusive. we're about to break some pretty good news about what the presidential candidate the details are coming your way.
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you're going to want to hear this. a fox news exclusive right now on the race for the white house. >> and fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in south carolina, so what's the big news, john? >> anna, steve, brian, good morning to you. the big news this morning is a big endorsement for florida governor jeb bush. at 9:45 this morning, south carolina senator lindsey graham is going to throw his support behind governor bush. graham, you'll remember, was a presidential candidate, dropped out a few weeks ago. while his candidacy never really caught fire graham did receive high marks for being strong on the military, being strong on national security. he said he thought he was best prepared to be commander in chief on day one. but now he will throw behind jeb
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bush saying, quote, the jeb bush is best prepared to be commander in chief on day one. he is steady and ready. he understands the serious threats our nation faces and has a plan to keep us safe. a few minutes ago i asked governor bush what senator graham's endorsement means to him. >> well, lindsey graham is probably the most knowledgeable person on the hill as it relates to national security, military cy. and his endorsement is very meaningful. and along with it come a lot of friends and supporters of his. so i'm excited about it. >> remains to be seen exactly how much senator gram's endorsement means. certainly could help governor bush here in the state of south carolina. but, one thing we know for sure, if history is any guide, lindsey graham always seems to, during an election, wind up on the winner's bus. maybe a harbinger of things to come. >> think about this, john, you do have somebody, a lot of some polls have jeb bush tied in second in new hampshire. and then you follow it up with new hampshire with a few days
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later, ten days later in south carolina. so you could have momentum, and if lindsey graham is another six years just a year ago this could really make a difference. >> yeah, definitely. you'll remember lindsey graham was on the bus with john mccain. it helped push john mccain over the top. graham well respected in south carolina and in new hampshire. governor bush has got a pretty strong ground game in new hampshire. he's kind of flooded the zone, if you will, with a lot of staff from florida. he's got a lot of people out knocking on doors. and it's not likely he's going to do very well in iowa. but if he can do well, doesn't need to prevail in new hampshire. but if he can do well, often that changes the tone of the next few states to come. so we'll see. but it's interesting what's going on this morning. >> it is. john roberts down in south carolina where he's been helping us out the last couple days. john, thank you. >> breaking some big news there. thank you very much, john. meanwhile straight ahead, we've heard from the candidates. we've heard from the experts. now, we're going to hear from the moderators. neil cavuto, maria mart romo, trish regan and sand california smith all here live next.
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hillary clinton is disqualified from being commander in chief of the united states. >> if she gets elected her first 100 days instead of setting an agenda she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> i think most people know exactly what new york values are. >> when the world trade center came down the people in new york fought and fought and fought, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> mr. president, we are going to kick your rear end out of the white house come this fall. >> i think you look at all the candidates and each one of them could pull out certain moments they said wow, pretty proud of myself. i think i made some ground there. >> they had more time to talk, to. >> get their platforms out. >> they absolutely did. what was interesting about last night's debate, though, for the first time we really saw that the trump/cruz bromance is over.
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mr. cruz really went after donald trump. trump said afterwards i get the bromance is over. he hit me. i didn't hit him. there was no reason for him to be that aggressive. >> meanwhile -- >> meanwhile, here to react were the men and women who actually ran both the debates, maria bartiromo, trish regan and sandra smith. >> that's right. good morning to you. >> we're doing a simulcast. mornings with maria and "fox & friends." >> good morning to all of you. >> how are you guys doing? >> we're doing great. by the way a clear winner last night and that once again fox business. good job. >> thank you so much. we had some fun there. we were just talking about our favorite moments. what do you guys feel like sort of struck you? >> my favorite moment was the one you were actually involved with, after senator ted cruz talked about how new york values are not what iowa and south carolina values are. and donald trump said that it offended him. and actually, said something regarding you, too since you're
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from new york yourself. what did you make of that exchange? we just showed it at the top of our show. >> yeah, you know what? i just said to neil and sandra and trish actually on set, i said what i really wanted to say, when i said, you know, can you explain what you meant by that. i really wanted to say, are you talking to me? >> right, right. >> he came through and mention ed 9/11 and how new york handled that beautifully. >> yeah he came out really beautiful with that because kneel, i was there, you were there. we all what happened on 9/11 and we were so hurt, and so down, but we were resilient. and on that september 17th we came back and you had all the firefighters and the police and the rescue -- ringing that opening bell and you felt so proud to be a new yorker. >> i think trump's response was -- the response that everyone was thinking, i mean
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maria and i were talking, boy, does senator cruz not know about 9/11 and all that? sure enough, trump responds and boom the rest is -- >> yeah. and go ahead brian kilmeade. >> yeah, seems like just yesterday you were here. great job last night. when you were looking at your debate, the first debate, a lot of people were saying where was rand paul? rand paul says yeah i don't want to do this. there was any talk behind the scenes about where he was, and why he would turn down 6 million eyeballs? >> there was a couple moments where we heard from the crowd. we stand with rand. there was a couple chants. but, nothing that got ought of control. we were talking about senator sand rum did take a moment to roll right over his blinker, right over his little ding that he was out of time and said he was going to take rand paul's time. you know what? he was an example of a candidate who had a little fun with it. but you know what? he was invited. he didn't come. he was missed i'm sure by many.
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>> i've got a question for you -- >> it got a big laugh, as well. >> i could tell. >> from the crowd. i mean they really appreciated that. >> indeed. neil, i got a question for you. as we were watching, you know, we saw everything on tv. but then during the commercial break you know, they had the opportunity to speak to one another, and because they were such -- >> that was neil's -- >> there was a tense dynamic between cruz and trump and also rubio, and christie. did any of them talk to each other during the break? what was going on? >> i'm always amazed, but i've talked about this before, that the candidates will make it very clear if they're not happy with something, they'll do the looking at the watch thing not giving us enough time. they were much more kind of pro-active -- >> in your face? >> over to us, talking to us. well, yeah, i mean sometimes they'll just come over to you like, how you doing?
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i mean, just saying i wish i had a few more questions. >> that would be nice. >> to ask you a question. >> but they were -- they really relay that. but it's -- it was interesting because it's almost -- sometimes i think it's like professional wrestling that during when the lights are on they're going at each other and afterwards, okay, can we get together for a drink? >> yes. >> but ted cruz was going back near the audience during commercials. and he was with his lovely daughter. and he had his daughter -- >> two daughters. >> but one of them, the younger one, was on his lap and he was really dear with her. and during every commercial break he went back to his daughter actually so i thought that was sweet. >> that was really sweet. even after the debate she was in his arms and he was taking her up to the spin room. >> yeah. >> and she had some kind of fluffy sweater, angora sweater so before you knew it he's like honey, i got to put you down, he was starting to get all the lint off of his jacket. but she was adorable. >> i thought your favorite moment was the facebook moment,
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neil. we did this during the breaks you guys, anna, we did, live streaming neil and me. i know how much you like that. >> i had no idea. i just discovered facebook is apparently a big deal. >> thank you. that's fine. then they said to me neil you know you're trending on facebook. i said, well that's good to hear. >> brian's been trending on facebook. >> oh, brian always -- >> brian you're always trending, right? >> he's an author, he communicates on many levels. neil did you think your questions were better than maria's? >> yes, absolutely. >> and she copies. >> you know -- no offense. >> and you know the one thing that -- the one thing you worry about is, you know, the candidates are all going to say, you can never win. some people say oh, you're being too easy, being too tough.
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don't interrupt. so your head is spinning but you just got to keep the focus on this because to maria's point, and everyone else's point, the crowd is very jazzed. so they might be big trump fans there. they'll let you know if they don't like it. there might be big fans of ted cruz. they'll let you know if they don't like it. and the crowd, very, very much engaged. >> what did you guys think in terms of the content. i don't know, steve, anna, brian, we were so intense on sticking to the issues. right, trish? >> we all wanted to be -- >> you guys were. i had no interest -- >> i mean do you get that from your viewers? do you find that your followers want that, you guys? >> oh, absolutely. >> people say they want substance, but then after you do substance like maybe they actually didn't want substance. >> they do like to see people tangle, no doubt. i think that people were very interested in seeing the dynamic given the fact that nikki haley has said, you know, when she gave the answer or rather the response to the state of the union on behalf of republicans, you know, don't listen to the angry voices in the republican party, she was talking about
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donald trump. donald trump came out and he owned it. he said, she said i was angry. she's a friend of mine. but i am angry because the country's all screwed up. >> mm-hmm. yeah. that's true. >> and the one that i thought was people can -- not everyone's cup of tea, but on the muslims, the muslims, would you say that again or something. yep, boom. and, so there's no gray line there. and -- >> yeah. >> i think it was really a very good night for him. >> neil while we have you, could you pull back the curtain. we heard some booing several times during the debate, or maria. who was doing the booing? >> there was -- well there was a rand paul moment there. there was. right? >> yeah, yeah. >> we want rand. and so it was just a couple of minutes. >> i thought it was neil i'm your fan. >> that's what you thought they were saying. >> but that was not the case. >> we got that as well in the first debate. i had asked a question about gun
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control, and cited some polls that suggested the majority of americans are actually in favor of background checks. well what do you know the whole crowd erupted, boo, they didn't want, and i said well it's the polls. and then it was actually a funny moment, because carly fiorina said well you know we don't like polls. and of course they didn't. >> speaking of carly fiorina i'd love to hear you guys' take on how she did. you know, this was her first time in that lower debate. the first debate -- lower, i'm not going to say lower -- >> right. >> carly fiorina came out of the gate going after hillary clinton. and she stuck to that throughout the -- throughout the hour. >> keeping her eyes on the prize. >> you just see so much talent. because you see how much talent you guys had and you see how much talent is doing better in the polls than neil and maria had. you guys did fantastic. congratulations. i know you must feel relieved -- >> thank you guys. >> appreciate you pulling back the curtain for us. >> thank you. >> we talked about -- just want to point out we talked about the economy last night and we got another major market sell-off so
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we're trying to figure out here for the rest of the show how we're going to -- how we're going to protect our money. good to talk with you all. we'll see you soon, guys. brian, steve, anna, thanks. >> thank you very much. neil, maria, trish, sandra, thank you. with so many -- >> it worked. >> and what we have to talk to now we haven't even mentioned yet heather now ert. >> we have powerball news. maria was talking about what to do with our money. this couple may not have any problems. a couple from a small town called munford, tennessee, just announcing that they have one of the three winning tickets to the $1.6 billion powerball jackpot. take a listen to this from moments ago. >> she said, check these numbers. and i said, okay. i looked at them, and yeah, they look like they're the numbers. so i checked them actually four times, and i said, well, i'll believe it when the news comes on in the morning, and they say, hey there's a win in munford.
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>> did you see his name john robertson there? the wife works at a dermatologists office. she says she's going to stay on her job. the other winners in california and florida have not come forward just yet. lottery officials still evaluating that. overnight and overseas indonesian police arrest three men they believe are linked to the deadly terror attack in jakarta yesterday. isis is now claiming responsibility. as this disturbing video emerges. showing the moment that two of the five attackers blow themselves up. we want to warn you, the video is shocking. >> those men launching handmade bombs and also firing off their guns aat i starbucks which is popular with westerners there. it left two people dead and 24 hurt. those terrorists are all dead this morning. bernie sanders gaining ground on hillary clinton in some of the
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polls and late last night on late night tv clinton tried to explain it away. listen to this. >> "new york times," someone said national numbers that bernie and you are kind of close. >> oh, we're in a tight race. >> you had like a giant -- you had a 20-point lead at one point. >> yeah but you know that's really artificial. all of those early soundings and polls, once you get in to it, this is a democratic election for our nominee. and it gets really close, exciting. >> artificial, those numbers are right there. the latest "new york times" national poll shows clinton leading sanders by just seven points. the margin of error is six points. and then you got those state polls as well. those are your headlines. i'll see you back here in just a little bit. >> all right thank you very much. we've got our notes. we've got our binders with the big notes. >> yes, we do. we're all bound up. coming up straight ahead. >> are we? >> that's what i mean. >> full of -- last night's debate full of outrage over the video of hour sailors, yeah our
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it was a terrible sight. a terrible sight. and the only reason we got them back is because we owed them with a stupid deal $150 billion. if i'm president, there won't be stupid deals anymore. >> if i am elected president no serviceman or servicewoman will be forced to be on their knees in any nation that captures our fighting men and women will feel the full force and fury of the united states of america. >> it's absolutely disgraceful that secretary kerry and others said in their response to what's going on in iran that this was good thing, it showed how the relationship was getting better. >> trump and cruz and christie taking on the white house last night over his response to the capture and release of ten u.s.
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navy sailors by iran. >> but not before the iranians snapped these disturbing images of our sailors on our hands and knees at gunpoint. one of them even apologized on camera. >> we had to get geraldo rivera to weigh in on this. not only are you a veteran -- >> i wish i -- >> and those riverines -- >> the maritime -- >> those riverines the boats, you steer the same size as a sailboat. >> i want to put this in a political context and then talk about the navigational aspects. there's senator ted cruz one of the three worst moments to me he had in the evening. why? because there he is in a bellicose nature saying he's going to go to war essentially over the humiliation of our sailors, the being on their knees, hands on their heads and so forth. an outrageous scene no doubt about it. but he's going to go to war about that? what do you do then when there are hostages and they keep them for 30 days? what do you do then when they hurt them? when they're wounded or they're
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killed? i mean you don't go to war for this. be prudent about it. and stop this saber rattling particular a man like that who never served in the military. that is absolutely preposterous. i think that two other things that happened with ted cruz last night that i think donald trump kicked his butt. the whole issue of the birther thing, you can scoff it if you want, i think there's no doubt that there's a good portion of the american people now believe that that whole natural-born stuff is important. and when ted cruz mocked new york, new york, new york and ted cruz says donald trump has new york values donald trump in one of his few prepared answers, i thought, talked about the towers, talked about the trauma, talked about the recovery, the resilience of new york. everybody wants to live in new york. everybody wants to come from new york. i think that was another error on ted cruz's part. now back to the navigation. >> quickly. >> there is no doubt but that these sailors knew exactly where they were, if they were looking
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at the same size boat the same kind of navigation. there is no way. sometimes i ride the boat five feet away from a reef, you have to know exactly where you are the first -- >> gps on both boats would have to be busted? so what happened? >> they weren't busted. they had to not be watching, or sky larking or doing something of that nature, and they got caught. now, how would -- >> quickly. >> -- would we have responded if it was exactly the opposite and they were iranian sailors? would we have told them to get on their knees and put their hands on their head? come on down and have a drink in the galley? >> no -- >> it is outrageous of iran they had a chance to be great. they had a chance to do the right thing release these guys condition 24 hours instead they released this humiliating video. shame on iran. they should have done the right thing. but i think our overreaction is absolutely ill considered. >> i just don't know quite what happened yet. neither does the secretary of defense. they might have been -- >> geraldo -- >> thank you very much.
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for joining us live. we've got -- >> -- here we go. >> straight ahead governor chris christie is going to be joining us live.
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quick headlines now. al sharpton taking to twitter to blast this year's oscars nomination for being too white. the reverend said a hollywood has a fraudulent image of progressive and liberal politics and policies. we must take direct action to correct this. talk is cheap. and remember this? >> and i have to call the murdered the murdered and i have to call the murderers the murderers. >> police officers boycotting quentin tarantino's film "the hateful eight" after he called them murderers you just heard. and now the film is bombing at
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the box office. not even breaking even. cops say their outrage is behind the tanking numbers. i don't doubt it. a lot of cops. a lot of cop families. >> tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama, and i got to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing. you know? >> we've got new jersey governor chris christie slamming president obama's state of the union address with one of the biggest laugh lines of the night. he joins us right now from charleston. good morning to you, governor. >> good morning. how are you, steve? >> we're doing great. congratulations. you had a great performance last night. i'm going to play a sound bite for the folks who may have missed it. you took on a topic that nobody else touched upon, particularly, and that was defending america's cops. let's listen to this. >> this president allows lawlessness throughout this country. here's what i would do, neil. i would appoint an attorney general, and i would have one very brief conversation with that attorney general. i'd say general, enforce the law against everyone justly, fairly,
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and aggressively, make our streets safe again, make our police officers proud of what they do, but more important than that, let them know how proud we are of them. >> the topic was guns but you included the police officers, who wear the uniform to protect all of us. why did you feel that it was important to bring up? >> well, because i think that this president has just been an abject failure in supporting our law enforcement officers. every time there's a benefit of the doubt to give, he gives it to the accused. and not to our law enforcement officers. and there needs to be somebody out there to speak out for them. and given that i spent seven years in law enforcement, i felt like it was the right thing to do and the right time to do it. >> governor there's something else that came up again as in every debate you get attacked and you decide not to go back hard where two years ago, maybe governor christie, the gov, the guy who was running for re-election would have. talk about that tactic and what's really going on inside when in this case, marco rubio came after you.
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>> well, listen, you know, when you just make stuff up, there's no reason to get upset about it. you know. and the things that marco said last night were absolutely untrue. so my perspective was just let people know they're untrue. and don't -- and don't, you know, honor it with any other response beyond that. he wants to get in to back and forth with me because i'm passing him. i understand that. because marco two years ago said i was the conservative reformer that new jersey needed. you know, now all of a sudden i'm not, you know. this is the same thing that marco accused jeb of doing a few weeks -- i'm not going to engage in this childishness. my job is to beat hillary clinton. the job is to beat hillary clinton. >> just going inside, you said that you donated to planned parenthood. did you? >> no. >> what about do you still have common core new jersey? >> no. >> okay. >> well what -- what else is he lying about regarding your record that you know we got lots of people watching right now. we can save you some trouble. >> well, sure, he said that i
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supported sonia sotomayor for the supreme court. that is not true, either. so you know, marco just, you know, gets it to making things up, then when he does it he can't even look you in the eye when he's saying it. you got to wonder about that. that's why i'm not going to get into a big back and forth. i want the republican voters to remember one thing. the biggest threat to this country's future is that hillary rodham clinton presidency. and we need to nominate the person who can stand up to her the strongest and the toughest on that stage next september. and i think they know that i'm a fighter and that i won't back down to anybody. i'm ready to fight hillary clinton. >> you dazzled the crowd when you did that last night. also drew a lot of applause when you talked about kicking barack obama's rear out of the white house. and in certain terms anyway. also lit up social media. that was a winning moment for you. are we going to see more tough talking christie on the campaign trail? >> well i don't know if you're going to stop seeing it, anna. you know, this is who i am. and the way i've always been. from the time i've got in to
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public life. and i'm going to say things directly, and bluntly to people. and i'm going to continue to do that ask kilmeade i do it all the time. >> you yell at me all the time. governor a short time ago on our show lindsey graham came out for jeb bush. your reaction? >> well, listen, you know, lindsay has the opportunity to choose whoever he wants to choose for president. i have great respect for lindsey. always have and always will. even though he made the wrong choice this morning. >> and real quickly, question for you, for the head line writers who are saying it's now a three-man race, trump, and cruz and rubio, what's your message to them? >> listen, it's four. and i understand that and more people are saying it's a four person race than a three person race, brian -- or steve, rather. >> all right. good enough. chris christie joining us today from charleston, south carolina. governor, thank you very much. >> thank you guys for having me on. hope to see you soon in new york. >> all right. have a great day. >> there's the governor. meanwhile, 31 minutes until we're through. >> that's right.
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believe it. we haven't seen anything like this in recorded history since 1938. >> yeah, maria molina is here tracking what is next. maria, when does hurricane season typically end? >> november 30th. that's when you really start to see things winding down. you know, you don't really see much activity. and it was hard for me to even believe it. because i had to go to the national hurricane center website and hit refresh over and over to make sure this is accurate. but you're right it hasn't happened since 1938 but it's a hurricane, and it's bringing in hurricane conditions now to the azores area. so those islands out there across the atlantic, maximum sustained winds now at 75 miles per hour. a lot of heavy rain is also forecast. potentially more than seven inches of rain and a dangerous storm surge, as well. so that's what they're going to be dealing with today. across the u.s. we have this area of low pressure that's developed across the southeastern u.s., and it's bringing in some areas of heavy rain right now across florida and georgia. it's going to be moving northward and bringing in heavy rain so the carolina, and then eventually in to the mid-atlantic later today, and then take a look at what happens
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come saturday. we're going to see it moving across parts of the atlantic out there and bringing in some strong winds, but because temperatures are forecast to remain above freezing across the i-95 corridor, we're mostly just going to be seeing a rain event. interior parts of the northeast are the ones that could be looking at some winter weather, wanter storm watches in effect across new hampshire and parts of maine. let's head back inside. >> all right the storms starting down south on the atlantic sea board, moving north. thanks, maria. >> thank you. >> good news for surfers, right? >> somewhere, somewhere somehow somebody is zipping up a website right now. >> i'll tell you this last weekend was really good for surfing in florida. there was a big swell. >> really? that's what you call it? >> it was a swell. an atlantic swell. it was swell. speaking of swell we're talking about heather nauert who has got some headlines for us right now. you're swell. >> thank you. good morning to all of you. 35 minutes after the hour. planned parenthood is now fighting back by filing a federal lawsuit over those undercover videos we all
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remember these. those videos claim the pro-life or actually the organization claims that pro-life activists who filmed these videos did so illegally. the videos set off a real firestorm and a backlash showing what appear to be planned parenthood officials negotiating over the price of fetal tissue. the group that filmed them responded by saying, game on. republican lawmakers also pushing to cut off federal funding for planned parenthood. two texas middle school students suspended after one of them shared her inhaler with another to save the other child's life. india rush says that her classmate alexis kyle, who also has asthma started wheezing and gasping for air during gym class so india offered her her inhaler. well that landed both girls in the principal's office. listen to this. >> i'm getting in trouble but she's getting in trouble, too. she tried to help me. >> she saved her life. i mean, i didn't do anything bad.
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>> the school says the inhaller is considered a controlled substance. both girls are honor roll students, and could spend up to 30 days in an alternative school. i've got that same inhaler. give me a break. goodness gracious. where's the common sense here? >> well we all know sesame street. it now returns for a 46th season tomorrow. with some really big changes. watch. ♪ can you tell me how to get how to get to sesame street ♪ ♪ how to get to sesame street nend. >> okay for the first time ever it will debut on hbo and not pbs and oscar the grouch will now hang out not in a trash can but a recycling bin. the episodes will be shortened from an hour to a half an hour. and if you're not an hbo subscriber you'll have to wait nine months to see the reruns, air on pbs. what do you think of that? a recycling bin an emotional reunion between a boy and his best friend.
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>> look, who's that? who is that? >> okay. okay. >> little boy burst nothing tears of joy after he was reunited with his dog case who was missing for a month. his mom found the dog just down the road from their home in texas. they are all safe and sound at home and that little boy reunited with his best friend. brought tears to our eyes. >> how sweet. >> the dog's happy to be home. >> of course he is. >> he was hungry. >> heather, thank you very much. have a great weekend. well, there were three candidates on the stage in the
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6:00 p.m. eastern time debate. but carly fiorina came out swinging at somebody who wasn't on the stage. >> hillary clinton sits inside government, and rakes in millions. handing out access and favors. we need a president who understands technology in the oval office. mrs. clinton, actually you cannot wipe a server with a towel. you cannot wait to see the debate between me and hillary clinton. you would pay to see that fight. and unlike another woman in this race, i actually love spending time with my husband. >> wow. comments like that have many people saying that she was the winner of that debate. and the clear winner. joining us right now is that person. >> presidential candidate carly fiorina joins us now. to talk about it. good morning, ms. fiorina, thanks for being with us. >> good morning. nice to be with you. >> wait a minute so hillary clinton doesn't like spending time with bill clinton? >> well, look, i think bill and hillary clinton have worked together to amass power their
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entire lives. and they've also spent a fair amount of their time, particularly mrs. clinton, avoiding prosecution. i think she's avoided prosecution more times than el chapo. so i guess sean penn is waiting to interview her, as well. >> that -- that's great. first off i'd like to bring you to another element. you also knew who was in the other debate, and it was the front-runner, donald trump. you took him on, as well. let's listen. >> we need to be very clear-eyed now about who are our allies, and who are our adversaries. in the fight against isis, saudi arabia is our ally. iran is our adversary. and despite donald trump's bromance with vladimir putin, vladimir putin and russia are our adversaries. we cannot -- we cannot outsource
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leadership in the middle east to iran and russia. we must stand and lead. >> when you see two hits like that. one on hillary, one on donald trump, does that, in your mind, make the undercard the first debate very important? >> well, every opportunity to speak to the american people is very important. every single one. and that's why i will always take advantage of each and every opportunity. it's also true that yesterday yet another poll came out that said i'm sixth nationally. i'm tied for fifth in new hampshire with people who spent tens of millions of dollars on the air. i haven't spent a dollar yet. i'll be on the ballot on all 50 states. something many people on the main stage cannot say. i have leadership teams in 25 states, something many people on the main stage cannot say. i have robust ground games in multiple early states with something many people on the main stage cannot say. and i'll just remind all of you,
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not a single vote has been cast. >> right. >> this is about the american people. >> and you had a very low name recognition from the beginning. so you've been able to claw your way on up and in the very first debate -- >> 17 out of 16. >> was it a mistake for senator rand paul not to show up? >> oh, i can't speak for rand paul. i will just say that i will take advantage of every opportunity to speak to the american people. because you see, what happened on that second stage, was kind of a nasty fight between a lot of insiders, and it was about their power, their position. it was not about solutions. it wasn't about how to restore power to the sit zens of this nation, which is where it belongs. it wasn't actually about the american people. this is the game that gets played. election after election after election. insiders, even those who cast themselves as outsiders, insiders are focused on their own power and position. and the american people keep getting left out. that is why i am running for
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president. we must take our country back, and restore a citizen government. >> well, she was in south carolina last night, and she's got an eye on new hampshire this morning, because that's where she's at. carly fiorina, thank you very much. and good job last night. >> thanks. have a great day. >> you, too. >> all right. 17 minutes now before the top of the hour. >> standing beside carly on the debate stage governor mike huckabee. he joins us live with his plan to save social security. ♪ bass pro shops is the place for great deals on great gear. like clearance savings of up to 50% on a wide selection of men's and ladies clothing. plus, the new lew's tournament speed spool baitcaster for under $140.
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well the gloves were off between the two front-runners in the republican race you see right there, donald trump and ted cruz going head-to-head multiple times with the businessman coming out on top in this standout moment. >> everyone understapds that the values in new york city are socially liberal or pro-abortion or pro-gay marriage, focused
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around money and the media. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york. and we rebuilt downtown manhattan, and everybody in the world watched and everybody in the world loved new york and loved new yorkers, and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> between the world class debater ted cruz and the world class businessman donald trump, who won the most points? peter johnson jr. >> we were keeping score last night. it was really an unlikely outcome between the ivy league world class debater, and donald trump, the sometimes angry businessman. i think donald trump came out big time on that exchange. ted cruz stepped in a way that he didn't realize that he was stepping in to it. kind of a divisive, statement about new york. what he failed to realize is
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that people across the country in the heartland and the south, in the west, a lot of them like donald trump, and they know, based on his actions, that he is from new york. so this kind of clash, you know, regional warfare thing didn't work out at all for ted cruz. at all. >> speaking of ted cruz, there was a question that has been in the news a lot, maria asked him, and he accused her of taking "the new york times" hit job on him. but it's the fact that he admitted last night that apparently he this loan he gave himself, when he was running for election down in texas of about $1 million, he forgot to report it to the federal election commission. he received a loan from goldman sachs. he didn't at the same time he was running contemporaneously report it to the federal election commission. >> is this a big deal? >> it is a big deal. he says well it's a typical "new york times" things. that audience and a lot of audiences say "the new york times" is not fair and obviously they haven't been fair to him or to trump in the past.
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but, to say, well, i reported after the election to the senate, at the same time say well i'm a populist, i've turned my back on new york, i've turned my back on wall street, and then take a million dollars and not disclose it, is a problem. what trump demonstrated last night, and i think it was very, very interesting, he was deft, he was articulate. he was emotional in a lot of different ways. he made a statement at the end of the debate about being with construction workers who were crying reacting to ten americans being held hostage by the iranians. and that americans should never again be on its knees. that touches a chord with americans. when he talks about stupidity. when he talks about hack politicians. when he talks about a new way, that touches the chord with a lot of americans. and so they say, listen, he's not embarrassed to be from new york. he's not embarrassed to be a wealthy businessman. he's not embarrassed to be politically incorrect. he's not embarrassed to be
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angry, and they say, this is a new order in american poike it. i criticized him a lot. >> right. >> i represented him in the past. i tend to be critical of him. he won this debate last night hands down. hands down. big time. and it was a surprise to a lot of people. probably including me. >> yeah. interesting stuff. peter johnson jr. who was up until really late last night. >> that's okay. >> doing analysis on the channel. >> have a great weekend, everybody. >> you as well. coming up on this friday, in the remember i did debate at 6:00 p.m. governor mike huckabee made a passionate argument to save social security. he's coming up next but first let's check in with bill hemmer who also up late last night. >> good morning to you. plenty to go over from last night's fox business heavyweight bout, who won, who lost, who did not stand out. terrific analysis. first-rate lineup. and the latest on the isis target of a starbucks. what we are learning today when martha and i see you in ten minutes. busy friday. i take pictures of sunrises,
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during the early debate, governor mike huckabee made an impassioned plea against social security reform. >> so when i hear people say let's make people work till they're 70. that sounds great for white collar people who sat at a desk most of their lives. you ever talk to somebody who stood on a concrete floor for the first 40 years of their working life. you think they can stand another five or ten? many of them will retire virtually crippled because they worked hard. and we're going to punish them some more? i don't think so. our problem is not the social security. it is just too generous to seniors. it isn't. our problem is that our
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politicians have not created the kind of policies that would bring economic growth. >> governor huckabee joins us now from charleston, south carolina. governor, thanks for being with us on "fox & friends." >> my pleasure. thank you. >> you've been shaking hands with a lot of folks on the campaign trail who are blue collar workers, and would be hurt, wouldn't they? >> they really would be. this is what i resent when people say you're not for social security reform. the best reform for social security is economic growth. if we got our economy growing at 4% we'd fully fund social security and medicare. rather than talking about how to cheat seniors out of their benefits, why don't we get the government off its rear end and get this economy growing again. and we can do that if we quit punishing the people who are working, and that's what our current tax system does. >> right. governor, the entitlements is probably one of the most important, but it's not the sexiest thing to talk about so we don't, for some reason. you did. you also know how to win in iowa. and you say one thing, you've
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got to win iowa on the ground. you're doing that. does that make you doubt what the polls say? >> well it does, brian, in large measure because iowa has a long history of waiting until the last minute when we poll 5,000 people there just about three weeks ago we found that 75% of them had not made up their minds and they typically break late. a lot of things can happen in two weeks. we're doing 150 events in iowa this month. we're doing it because we still believe that there's an opportunity to surprise people every cycle somebody makes a surprise. i'll tell you the big surprise, the big surprise would be if we ever started electing people who would go to work for those folks that are being forgotten. and that's why i wanted to talk about things like social security last night. >> 17 days to close the gap. he's done it before. weiss going to try to do it again. governor mike huckabee, thanks so much. >> thank you, good to talk to you guys. >> more "fox & friends" in just moments. ♪
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well, anna thank you very much. you're covering to be covering this stuff all weekend long. >> with clayton and tucker. join us saturday and sunday. >> don't forget the end of the show show. it happens soon. >> in two seconds online. bill: the smoke clearing on last night's showdown in the south. afterred the iowa caucus, new hampshire follows just days after that. what is the state of the race? i'm bill hemmer. hope you stayed up last night. job well done. martha: a lot of rockem-sock em. >> there was nothing to this birther


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