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over to you. tomorrow we'll have special new hampshire primary coverage starting again at 4:00 a.m. you can find us here. have a great day. "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ if you're sick, if you're really like you can't move, you're close to death, your doctor tells you it's not working, your wife is disgusteded with you, she said i'm leaving, i don't give a damn, you got to get out to vote. >> if it keeps snowing, it will be easier not to show up and vote tomorrow. >> we're showing up! >> we're showing up! [ applause ] >> we're showing up! >> that's what we're counting on. >> i got to wear my snow jacket. listen, i came here to -- i can't thank you enough. >> tomorrow, new hampshire can help lead this country in a very different direction. in the direction of a political revolution. >> please, come out and help me.
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thank you so much, new hampshire! it's time! >> i don't care if you get hurt or not, but i want you to last until tomorrow. i promise, i will come and visit you in the hospital. >> and there you go. there it is. finally here. new hampshire has begun voting. steve's wearing a sweater. tucker refuses to. anna and i are here at 72.1-degree temperatures. guys, welcome. >> good morning. >> good morning to you from manchester, new hampshire. tucker, when we came outside, the reason our wet hair immediately froze was because it's eight degrees. >> like an icy helmet. >> right. you know, it's been snowing for about the last 18 hours here. the local folks are saying shouldn't be a problem. the roads are relatively clear. >> right. >> these are hearty folks. they know how to get to the polling place. a little snow's not going to stop them. we've been talking about them for two years. they're going to vote. >> what has donald trump said?
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even if your wife leaves you for voting, vote anyway. >> if you're sick and tired and in the hospital, i promise i'll visit you after you voted. >> look at the show that anna booked for everybody today g. throu -- today. go ahead. >> huge, a jam-packed three hours. make sure you don't miss a minute. >> and guys, is it true or false that the voting is actually -- has begun already? do we have results? >> well, at the stroke of midnight in dixville notch, 169 miles from where tucker and i are sitting now, they voted at midnight. it's a tradition that they stopped. and in 2011, we have the results this morning. >> oh, my goodness. >> good news for -- here they. >> drumroll, please. >> there are nine people there. nine people there. three voted for john kasich. two voted for donald trump on the republican side. and on the democrat side, four voted for mr. bernie sanders.
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>> and if the vote totals seem low, dixville notch is a hotel called the balsam which is under reconstruction. i think the population has dropped fairly dramatically. >> in new hampshire, there's a law that if a town has fewer than 100 registered voters, residents, they can open at midnight and close as soon as all the registered voters have voted. since all nine have, we have the results. >> yeah. i think hillary clinton will concede any moment. we'll look to break in to our programming for that. we'll see if there's anything more to play out. seriously, if the polls are somewhat correct and donald trump is polling over 30% of the vote, it looks like the real battle's going to be for second place. and i have -- there's a strong argument for almost all the candidates to finish second. a lot of people think that it could go to kasich because so many independents are out there. 44%. others say, look at chris christie's performance. man, he's going to finish up there. jeb bush has never looked better. look out for ted cruz. he's been consistent. >> emerson college had a poll
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that came out late yesterday. and the results are donald trump 31, jeb bush suddenly in second place. jeb is at 16. he's ahead of kasich, who has invested a lot in the state. he's at 13 followed by rubio and cruz and christie under that number. >> and it may suggest as you know, bush is the only one in the second tier who's really gone after trump directly. of the others seem to be convinced they'd be hurt if they did it. if jeb comes in second, it may be a tactic for the rest of them. >> in the battle for the yard signs -- have you noticed driving around new hampshire, there are a ton of jeb signs? >> and they're placed in the staccato order. jeb, jeb, jeb, jeb, jeb. >> every major corners. a lot of major corners, jeb, jeb, jeb. you can tell the difference between the jeb signs with the campaign with the exclamation mark and the jeb signs from the super pac. >> guess who's got the biggest signs. i'll give you one guess. >> i know. >> donald trump, the size of
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buildings. last night all the candidates were on our air saying they're the ones to be number two. listen. >> the momentum is in our direction. it's been that way since the debate ended saturday night. senator rubio is dropping like a rock. and we are rising. >> any prediction before you go? >> no. we're going to do better than what you've showed on the screen. >> i called a guy today who tomorrow is going to make his 10,000th phone call. it's ridiculous. people are walking -- walked in the rain. they walk in the snow. and that's how you win elections. you win it with the ground game, particularly in the state of this size. >> i've been written off. i've seen obituaries written about myself. and like the guy from the town hall meeting, you know, i'm still alive. >> it is very unusual for a candidate to be able to compete effectively. and part of the reason that we can is that we have tremendous support not just among evangelicals or conservatives but among libertarians. when rand paul dropped out -- he's a good friend of mine, a good man. we've seen in the last 24 hours,
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five state reps part of rand's leadership team have endorsed me. >> because so many of the voters decide late what's happening even up until now really matters. and last night on the set of cnn's state of the union i believe it was -- >> yeah, sunday actually. >> okay. there was an apparent hug or was there? we want to show a couple of pictures. there was a tweet fro from @rachelfromohio sayi saying @chrischristie sure does like to give hug love to some odd people. here he is getting some sugar from hillary. it does look like they're about to have a nice embrace. reminds you from superstorm sandy. governor christie has this one -- uh-oh. we'll show in a second. it says, "coming this november." you ready? >> right. >> which is it? >> one has him facing each other if you listen on the radio, the other has him about to touch each other on sunday.
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and some would say, wow, 24 hours after saying i'm going to indict her, they have a friendly exchange as guests pass in the night on jake tapper's show. what's your take? is that going to hurt anybody, tucker? >> i mean, come on. this is who chris christie is. i think there are very few people who live in new hampshire who haven't been hugged by chris christie. whether they agree with him or he agrees with them. >> he's not hugged me this week. >> that's who he is. he's an effervescent jersey guy. it doesn't mean he endorses her. come on. >> you know, chris christie was the topic last night with brit hume who is trying to figure out why chris christie chris christie after he expertly prosecuted marco rubio at the debate, why he has not gone up in the polls. this is brit hume's analysis. >> there are two guys who basically lived here and have built their whole campaign and whole prospects on a new hampshire win. one is kasich, and the other as you point out correctly, is chris christie.
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i think it may be that this pugnacious manner of his, the people who want a pugnacious manner have gone to donald trump. i think that's what left chris christie unable to get much traction. he certainly has qualifications and experience. he's a good debater, as we saw. i think that piece of the electorate, the angriest piece, those people are with trump. some with cruz perhaps. mostly with trump. >> your theory, tucker? >> steve and i were talking about this. he had a smart theory. he said maybe it's cultural, depends where you're from. i ran into donald trump at dinner last night. we had this conversation -- why isn't chris christie doing better? i loved watching him at the debate. as steve pointed out, maybe if you're from a state that's more restrained, it's not as appealing. >> i'm from new jersey. i know a lot of people like chris christie. i like his approach at times. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> a lot of new yorkers are like that. when you're in a big city, you might like that, washington, d.c. then again, more gentile places,
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they like something a little bit more presidential, less aggressive. >> i think that's the thought. especially you're from the midwest living on the east coast. a mix of both. the most pressure possibly is on donald trump. this would be the second nightmare which he's leading in all the polls going into voting day. and see if he can get over the threshold of 31%. if he does, he's going look dominant going to south carolina. if it's down, it will look like people who show up at his rallies don't show up in the voting booth. it's going to be an extremely intriguing day. i'm willing to stay up through the whole show. >> no naps during the commercial breaks? >> the whole three hours? >> i'm thinking about it. >> you're like an ironman contestant. >> no problem. >> we'll check in with you in a bit. enjoy some eggs in the meantime. now heather and what else is making headlines. good morning. good morning, everyone. hope you're off to a great day. a fox news alert now. two commuter trains collide head on in germany leaving eight people dead. at least 150 others hurt. live pictures coming in right
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now to our newsroom. this from the crash site. it happened in southern germany in the city of badabling. both trains careened off the tracks. several cars flipped over. everyone who was trapped inside the wreckage has been rescued, thankfully. the cause of that crash is under investigation. reports this morning of hundreds of additional u.s. troops set to head to afghanistan. our forces, we understand, will arrive in helmand province by the end of the month to provide security and also advise the afghan military. they will not participate in combat, but as we know, many of our forces have been involved in firefights in the area recently. 9,800 u.s. troops are stationed in afghanistan. and you remember the cruise ship we told you about yesterday that sailed into the monster winter storm leaving passengers really shaken up and a huge mess, as you see here, on board the ship? it is heading back to its home port. royal caribbean's anthem of the seas expected to arrive back in
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new jersey tomorrow. on sunday, high waves -- look at that -- and high winds, as much as 120 miles per hour, rocked that ship, overturning furniture and confining passengers to their rooms. royal caribbean decided to cancel the rest of the trip due to the possibility of more bad weather. look at that there. and it was one of the most talked about moments of super bowl. eli manning's blank look after pate's broncos secured the final touchdown for victory. now eli explaining what was going on. he says he was focused on whether they should kick the extra point or go for two. of course -- he's a player. he's going to be focused on that. broncos fans, it is time to celebrate this morning. the super bowl parade being held today in downtown denver. take a look at the preps for that. one million people expected to pack civic center park for the rally later today. bronco players, the coaches, governor of colorado, and the denver mayor will all attend
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that festivity along with a million other people. those are your headlines. >> awesome. >> we'll see if peyton manning's coming back from disney and drinking budweiser. >> i'm sure he is. who could blame him? >> unbelievable. >> he's made a hat out of the koisz -- >> fantastic. >> the theory on why he said budweiser, being that budweiser hasn't given him an endorsement, is he owns distributors. perhaps they were looking for an anheuser-busch deal. >> does he? >> yeah. a few investments. 12 minutes after the hour. >> are you headed out for your morning cup of coffee? you're probably paying a little too much. the chain facing a big lawsuit. the republican candidates have spent over $100 million in new hampshire. who cannot afford a big loss in today's primary? a lot of people. ♪ ♪
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particularly about money? we've got a great guest. the national finance chairman of 2012, romney/ryan campaign, he was. his name is spencer zwick, the chairman of american rising and joins us at the airport diner in manchester. nice to see you. >> good to see you. thanks for having me. >> let's talk a little about how this all works. finally after talking about it for a couple of years, people are going to start voting. then tonight, after the results roll in, the money either goes to a candidate or dries up for a candidate. how's that going to work? >> it either goes to several candidates or dries up. you're right. i saw this in 2008 and in 2012. in 2008, governor romney came up short in new hampshire. and he ultimately had to decide that it was time for him to step aside and get behind someone that he thought was best suited to win -- to take the nomination and try to beat barack obama. in 2012, something different. governor romney won. he was able to capitalize on the momentum and raise a lot more
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money. the money becomes much more important going forward. >> absolutely. and speaking of money, we've got a graphic to show how much money people have spent so far here in the state of new hampshire. bush has spent close to $34 million. marco rubio, $16 million. chris christie, $14 million. john kasich, $12 million. way back, donald trump has only spent $3 million. carly fiorina, $1.8 million. carson and cruz, barely a drop in the contributor bucket. it's about winning here if you can. putting your flag in the ground so that you've got the momentum going forward. >> that's right. >> all right. so let's talk a little bit about the tough decision that you don't do well today -- everybody would like to have the story that rubio had last week leaving iowa. you know, whoever that person is -- they suddenly have the momentum. but if you don't have it and the donors start saying, you know, just not interested in your candidacy, given that you were with mitt romney in 2008, how do you decide it's time to pull the
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plug? >> that's a great question. it is deeply personal. i watched governor regime in 2008 when, as i said, he came up short in new hampshire. and he ultimately had a decision, a personal decision to make as to what's the best thing for the party, and what's the best for the country. clearly the money, the financial support, s -- the support is a factor. you have to decide do i have the resources to go the distance. >> how many donors out there who might be considered gop establishment have not yet put their money on anybody? >> so, this is really surprising. i think at least a third to a half of the people that really raised the resource -- we raised $1 billion for mitt romney's campaign. >> wow. >> i think there are at least a third to half of the individuals who haven't signed up for any campaign. they're waiting, watching. tonight is a big indicator for them. >> thank you very much for joining us at the diner. would you like in coffee? >> no, thank you. >> some eggs? >> yes, eggs i'll take. >> can spencer get some eggs, please? >> hey, spencer. how do you want your snegs. >> over medium.
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>> over medium. bacon? >> by the way, all the guests at "fox & friends" get free eggs on me. do you know who's going to wind up with free eggs? chris christie's going to be here. jeb bush live in the diner, as well. marco rubio, and donald trump is going to be with us, as well. all right. okay, sue -- you can bring it down a little bit. we're still on tv. >> right. >> my first time! >> anna? >> right. >> she's going to be cooking whether she's on tv or not. steve, good job. >> we'll phone ours in, too. over easy for me. 20 minutes after the hour. the democrats are split. will it be bernie or hillary in the big picture? we'll ask two democrats next. and what is it like inside a sinking ship? this. the dramatic video that will take your breath away. ♪
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added an extra 2 on the end, sending a guy named hank their request instead. brian? all right. as we mentioned, democrats head to the polls to vote in today's primary. all signs point to a sanders major victory. >> when we began this campaign about nine months ago, we were at 3% in the national polls. in iowa, we started off 40, 50 points behind. we ended up a virtual tie. new hampshire, we started 30 points behind. and i think we're going to do just fine tomorrow. >> more than fine. what's behind bernie's rise to the top, and why did democrats seem so split at this juncture? joining us, democratic strategist jessica tarlov, and former congressional candidate, nomaki const. jessica, you're a hillary clinton supporter. the reuters poll doesn't lie. a national poll shows clinton with just a three-point lead,
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48-45, heading into the new hampshire primary. how do you explain this? >> there are a couple polls like that. if you look at the clear politics average sheerks up over 13 points. there's no doubt, bernie is tightening this race on every level. he's correct when he said he started 45, 50 behind. he came within half of a percentage point in iowa and is ahead in new hampshire. we know that new hampshire, though, really anything can happen. and we don't know at all what's going to happen with the independent voters. i think it's possible -- she could take it, but more likely that she could get it to under ten, which i think might even be considered a victory for the clinton campaign going into more of her firewall. but bernie sanders, he's completely correct when he says that. and this is just going to be a tight race across the board. >> right. but the surge has happened. we've seen this before, haven't we? we know how it turns out for hillary clinton. she's eight years older now. she's losing the millennial vote. >> there's two things happening
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that a little different from 2008. in 2008, the primaries were different in that a lot of young people were voting when they were on vacation. this time around, bernie sanders really has to organize young people more. he has more of that support because millennial generation is a larger generation, and they're growing up. now, if hillary clinton can't lock down this millennial vote and she does win the nomination, that's a big problem for democrats in november because we depend on getting people out to vote. and millennials are the largest generation in history. >> but jessica, do we know why they like bernie? have they drilled down from the hillary camp to the bernie camp, do they know why he's got such staying and surging power? >> i think that -- and momiki is a bernie supporter and great advocate for him and his message. i think that he is across the board hopeful. he's also preaching political revolution. something that's appealing on the right, as well. that's what donald trump and ted cruz are talking about. and i think that that's what's working. i would caution, though, about the fact that it doesn't seem like his plans are actually
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possible. >> right. >> there's a lot going on here that's being promised that i don't think can be implemented. we know that we couldn't get universal health care in the first place. >> talking about what's possible -- >> we'll get -- there will be a debate where we can get into health care and what the plans are -- >> give me a defense. >> i want you to defend. when he brings his hope -- but he really brings occupy wall street, correct? >> no, i wasn't a part of occupy wall street -- no. maybe that's part of the movement. for the most part, this is somebody who understands that when you're negotiating -- he has negotiated more bills with the other side than any other democrat, including hillary clinton. this is a man who knows how to work with the other side. he might be campaigning in poetry, but he will be governing in prose. >> where is the proof? that's what i don't understand. >> in his record. let's talk about proof. you want to talk about proof, hillary clinton is basically a pro-choice republican. if you're a democrat and you have core values that you want to stand for, this generation
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knows that they've been disaffected, alienated. they're hurting the most in the economy, especially young women. hillary clinton has no record of proving that she support young women. she has the support of all of these -- >> the glass ceiling breakers -- >> hang on. planned parenthood endorsed her, but that was the board. the board who happens to be her donor base. >> if i could get in one second. >> i love you, jessica. >> me, too. >> and i love everybody, too. including joel on -- help me on the floor. real prediction today. what are the numbers going to be? jessica? >> i would hope for a hillary win. it's going to be close. i think that bernie will come out on top. >> how many points? >> under ten. >> wow. that will be a victory for hillary. what do you think? >> i think it's going to be bernie. over 10. i think the independenting will be key. they're -- independents will be key. they're going in his favor unless they go to trump. >> 44% are independents. i guess i have to say good-bye.
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bye. >> bye. [ laughter ] coming up next, she -- she faced life behind bars for the death of her daughter. now this infamous mom has resurfaced as a photographer. and they say a picture is worth a thousand words. houfl selfies does it take to get to the white house? >> a selfie with hillary. what was she like? what was the interaction when you were making your picture? she asked about your phone did. she ask about your e-mail server at snowman. >> nothing like that. >> more from new hampshire. great coming up next. you've finally earned enough reward miles on your airline credit card. now you just book a seat, right? not quite. sometimes those seats are out of reach, costing an outrageous number of miles. it's time to switch... to the capital one venture card. with venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. and when you're ready to travel,
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marco roboto. i guess people want to make believe as if he repeated the line five times that he's robotic as a candidate. >> right. which many say was highlighted on saturday during the debate as governor chris christie seemed to pounce on him. he repeated his answer multiple times. at the same time with the clinton pac doing this, you don't typically shoot behind you, do you? it's either next to you or ahead of you. is this another sign that the clinton campaign -- that the clinton campaign is looking out? no, looking out for senator marco rubio? and you know, sees him as a threat. >> yeah, it could be. tucker and i were talking a bit ago about what chris christie did to marco rubio where he eviscerated the florida senator and pointed out the fact that marco rubio has a tendency to repeat things kind of verbatim. how did you describe it? >> he didn't seem -- it didn't seem to help chris christie.
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i thought it made for compelling television. confirmed pre-existing suspicions about senator rubio. you didn't see christie's numbers go up. seemed to heard them both. i heard someone describe it as a murder-suicide. a little over the top. the robots, i saw them. those are ad hoc costumes. if this was a hillary deal, it doesn't do anything good for her campaign. like refrigerator boxes. >> like you waited outside a costco and waded through a dumpster and had a quick idea. if you watched the whole debate, and i did, you saw marco rubio get traction the second hour. you saw how fluent he is on foreign relations and talking about taxes on millionaires. you know he can't be making that up. when he sat down with end in an kelly last night -- with megyn kelly last night, she said, is it some way that you're remembering things that worked against you in the debate. here he is. >> is there a system by which you memorize answers? i mean, is that how you do it -- >> no. i know what i believe --
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>> repeated so much over and over on the campaign trail -- >> it can be part of that. obviously when you've said something because you've been answering the same questions over and over from different people over time. in the end, it's what i believe. every word i say thing i believe. and so this is our eighth debate or seventh debate, whichever it was. and i feel good about every single one of them. at least among voters. so we're going to continue to say this. this is a core part of our message. >> in washington, rapid fire washington on its feet, asked about immunizations which hasn't been in the headlines super recently. same with controversial halloween costumes and watched him think on his feet. we have a big show lined up. governor jeb bush, marco rubio, chris christie, and donald trump will all be here in the next 2.5 hours. right now, we've got some other news. steve, i know you're excited about this. >> that's right. >> a picture says a thousand word. what were you doing yesterday with selfies? >> well, i'll tell you what, as we join everybody here for breakfast from the airport diner in manchester, new hampshire --
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>> and please come if you're in the neighborhood. >> ask for sue, america's greatest waitress. she's been waiting on us today. one of the thing about new hampshire is because it's the first in the nation primary, all of the candidates come here. they spend a lot of time. they want to curry favor with the voters. everybody takes a picture with the candidates. >> everybody. >> all of them. we went to st. anselm's college and talked to some of the people. "new york times" has called 2016 the year of the presidential campaign selfie. ♪ >> this picture of you and bernie sanders, it looks like bernie sanders is go b to give you the heimlich. >> it does, yeah. ♪ >> reporter: how important is it to get a picture with the senior you're going to talk about them forever. >> i think it is important. some people think it's silly to want a picture.
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i don't think it's silly at all because it does show the interactions that they're going to have with people. my freshman year, i gave an introduction on c-span for bernie sanders. that was the first time i met him -- >> wait a minute. you've been on c-span? >> yes, i have been. >> ladies and gentlemen, cable royalty. >> and he was awesome. he was so lovely. >> maggie lynch is calling. >> sorry about that. i'll ignore her. sorry, maggie. >> reporter: because all the candidates come here. you decided you wanted a selfie. >> yes. >> reporter: with all of us? >> all of us. >> reporter: and? >> it was a hard task. it took two years, my freshman and sophomore year. i finally accomplished it. >> reporter: what is something you would never make with a presidential candidate? >> um -- >> reporter: you got a selfie with hillary. what was she like? what was the interaction when you were making your picture? >> well, she actually complimented a previous phone case i had. she was like -- it was a picture of john f. kennedy. i'm like, yeah, thanks. that's -- i didn't know what to say. she's very -- >> reporter: eyeballing your
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phone. >> yeah. very -- she's very forward and forthcoming. she was very polite. >> reporter: she asked about your phone d. she a-- your phon. did she ask about your e-mail serve? >> nothing like that. >> i'm dedicated to marco now. >> reporter: you're going to vote on election day, how many times? >> once. i'm not a democrat. >> reporter: i guess what we've learned today is that every kid on this campus has a selfie of a presidential candidate. how about this guy here? you have a cell phone? >> what's up? >> reporter: you want a selfie -- you have a selfie with a presidential candidate? >> i do. it's not running anymore. but me and lincoln chafee. >> reporter: peter, that's me and you. >> doppleganger. >> yeah. >> i have one presidential
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candidate selfie. here it is here. this is me and, as anna pointed out, my oftentimes referred to as doppleganger lincoln chafee. >> that's the rarest -- the honus wagner. that will be worth a lot. >> behind the counter at the airline diner, she's gotten self wes all -- selfies with all the candidate. donald trump will be here today. the one she's missing. the kids said it's tough because he's in a room with so many people. one kid got it yesterday and the reason he said he got up close and trump goes, "okay, kid, make it snappy." >> he's here at 8:20 this morning. >> i think the package shows how dedicated these new hampshire residents are being informed voters. first in the nation primary. they're taking it seriously. >> yes. >> expectations are very high. i would say. if you haven't taken a hot tub with one of the candidates,
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they're not voting for you -- >> who have you taken a hot tub with? >> i'm not a new hampshire resident. >> jack jacuzzi. >> that will be the package later, in the hot tub with tucker. great job, steve. 20 minutes before the top of the hour. the video is incredible. take a look. these massive waves battering new england. this video coming in from cape cod. mother nature sending the giant whitecaps well above the rooftops. meteorologist maria molina is tracking the storm and joins us now. good morning. >> reporter: incredible footage out of the area, out of new england. we had to deal with a storm system that kind of stayed far enough offshore where most areas didn't have to deal with significant snowfall accumulation. like you saw on your screen, we had strong waves and rough surf out there. and also heavy snowfall even and blizzard conditions across places like the cape and eastern new england. taking booeder picture, cold -- broader picture, cold temperatures in the northwest, current windchills in the single digits or below zero.
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and that goes as well for parts of new hampshire. we're waking up to very cold windchill temperatures out there. everyone wants to know what the weather is going to be like for voting today. you see the picture, an active picture. from the appalachians into parts of new england. temperatures are going to stay cold out there. we have winter weather advisories from the mid-atlantic to kentucky and tennessee where light snow is forecast. and another area where light snow is forecast is in new hampshire. should not be a big deal, though. just light accumulation today. temperatures could climb into the upper 20s and low 30s later today. that's it. back inside. >> election officials don't think this will affect turnout. they say no problem. >> zip in your liner and go ahead and vote. tell us what's next. >> will do. donald trump still launching attacks against jeb bush as new hampshire voters head to the polls. watch this. >> a total stiff. jeb bush. if he weren't in government, you wouldn't hire him to do anything. >> jeb joins us thrive respond
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good morning. 14 minutes before the top of the hour. time for a quick look at headlines. incredible video out of florida this morning. a clerk inside a swap shop attacked with a sword. police say that the man took the sword from a display case and started hitting the clerk with it. goodness. it was caught on camera. attacking an elderly man at a gas station then with a pole later. he's been arrested. then there's this -- casey
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anthony, do you remember her? she is now resurfacing working as a photographer in florida. exclusive pictures in the "daily mail" show her taking pictures. the man in the car with her, her lead defense attorney on her team. it turns out the photography business is registered to his address. she was the one who was accused of killing her 3-year-old daughter. and ever wonder what it looks like inside a sinking ship? take a look at this. gopro and the mexican military teaming up to record the sinking of an old naval ship. they stank on purpose to build an art -- they sank it on purpose to build an artificial reef off baja california. eight cameras show water immediately flooding the ship in just a matter of minutes. those are your headlines. anna, over to you. busting this michigan man. officials say he has ties to
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isis and wanted to shoot up a church and murder cops. what makes the investigation so different from others? analyst judge andrew napolitano joins us now. old-fashioned police work here? >> yes. old-fashioned police work. in many, many cases in which the federal government arrests someone, the federal government has found that the person has an inclination toward doing evil and lured him to a plot. we were never really in danger because the fbi was controlling this guy's behavior. he didn't know that the fbi was doing it. in this case, this is a real serious person who concocted the plot on his own. detroit police picked up some tips, passed it on to the fbi. the fbi using public documents and lawfully obtained search warrants got more information about him. they sent an undercover agent to befriend him. he boasted to the undercover agent about what he was going to do. before he did it, they arrested him. >> this is what he said to the
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undercover agent also -- >> unbelievable. >> "i tried to shoot up a church one day. it's one of the biggest ones in detroit. i bought a bunch of bullets. a practiced a lot with. i practiced loading and reloading. my dad searched my car one day and found everything." >> so this was a real plot, not one the government made up in order to get somebody off the streets. there was real danger here. the police did not invade anybody's privacy. there was no unlawful or unconstitutional surveillance. it was what we called good old-fashioned police work to get this guy off the streets. >> which was awesome. we want to tip our hats to the cops who did this work. >> to the detroit police and to the fbi. >> at the same time, are you shining a negative light on the way it's normally done? the flash to bang, the recruitment to radicalization to the point of doing something is getting worse, getting faster according to terror analysts. don't they need as many tools as they can get? >> they need lawful tools. this demonstrates that when they
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use lawful tools without breaking the constitution, without violating the rights of innocent people, they can still get the job done. >> i want our viewers to -- >> hats off to the fbi. >> andrew napolitano, thank you for being with us today. ten minutes before the top of the hour on a tuesday. now back to new hampshire where governor jeb bush just arrived at the diner. he says there's one candidate running for president who needs therapy. can you guess who that is? avo: when laquinta.com sends craig wilson a ready for you alert the second his room is ready, ya know what he becomes?
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jeb bush, if he weren't in government you wouldn't hire him to do anything. >> all right.
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so here you have donald trump yesterday here in new hampshire and right now we are at the airport diner, not far from the airport in manchester. look who's dropped by -- >> the man he was talking about. >> i won't send my resume to the donald. but i was governor of the state of florida where i got a chance to lead a state and we cut the government workforce by 11% and people's incomes grew. donald, meanwhile, was bankrupting four companies and, you know, making a lot of money, but a lot of other people suffered. so i'll take that leadership skill and compare at to his any day of the week. just got my juices flowing. i haven't been sleeping much. >> that and the coffee will do it for you. new emerson college poll came out in the last 12 hours. donald trump is still number one, but you're suddenly number two. you're at 16 -- ahead of kasich, rubio and cruz at this point. >> it's a tossup. i think it's a question of who's going to come and turn out.
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are the independent voters going to participate in our primary or the democratic primary? we have a great ground game here. i'm optimistic, but you have it to put it in the hands of the voters here. i have enjoyed the new hampshire experience. over a hundred different settings where people ask questions. it made me a better person, and hope any a better candidate. i love the diners, man. they have the most iconic diners all across this state. >> when you come in for a cup of coffee, do you have to pay? >> yeah. just for the record. >> it got so intense yesterday, it's unbelievable. donald trump said you're not man, you called him the whiner. you're the only republican contender taking him on directly. has that paid dividends for you? >> this was not a political act. i mean, about three months ago i realized -- i don't think he's a conservative and the party nominee should -- of the conservative party ought to be a conservative. i don't think you're going to win by insulting your way to the presidency. when he insulted john mccain i thought that would be the end, but he actually rose.
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then degrading, denigrating people with disabilities i found offensive beyond belief. so i just -- i'm not doing this for political purposes. in fact, getting in the line of fire of donald trump has its down sides, you know, like he's pretty good at just, you know, crushing you over twitter. but not in person. you know? it's funny. in person he's different. >> do you get along with him when you see him? >> no. no. he's not good at insulting you in person because, you know, bullies don't do that as well. but they can do it really well when they're sitting in their little suite or whatever it is. >> here at the airport diner, we have talked to some of the people here. a number of them have already gone out to vote and said the -- there were actually a lot of people in the polling place for 6:00 in the morning. >> yes, i expect the turnout to be pretty high. given the caliber of the candidates and the number of the candidates and the national media and all that, people take it seriously here. >> they do. all right. governor, thank you very much, good luck to you. >> yeah. i'm going to have a new
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if you're sick, if you're really like you can't move, you're close to death, your doctor tells you it's not working, your wife is disgusted with you. she said i'm leaving, i don't give a damn. you've got to get out to vote. >> it will be easier not to show up and vote tomorrow. >> going up! >> that's what we're counting on. >> listen, i came here to thank you -- i can't thank you enough. >> tomorrow, new hampshire can help lead this country in a very
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different direction in the direction of a political revolution. >> please, come out and help me. thank you so much, new hampshire! >> it's selfie time. >> i don't care if you get hurt or not, but i want you to last until tomorrow. i'll promise to come and visit you in the hospital. >> hi, friends, thanks for being with us. we're live in manchester, new hampshire, and new york city. tucker carlson and steve doocy and brian kilmeade at your service. >> how are you getting along? >> we're a united front. >> that's right. we're here at the airport diner, a legendary spot -- get the logo. maybe we'll get some free coffee. >> the food is nothing like an in an airport. it's excellent. >> for a food review, come over here. former governor and food critic of florida, jeb bush. what are you having right now? >> a good, greasy breakfast.
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bacon, eggs, potatoes. >> this is the same breakfast that astronauts would start their day with. remember when we actually had a space program? >> they probably had tang along with it. >> you took the bread off the side. >> i'm having one piece. i'm breaking my paleo diet on national television. >> i hope your wife is not watching. >> hey, sue, come here for a second. this is sue -- >> breaking bread with the people. >> yeah. yeah. so sue, today is election day. we have been waiting for this for for a long time. people in new hampshire are excited. >> so excited. we're better than iowa. we'll go pick a winner. >> you know that's the new state motto. it used to be live free or die. now it should be iowa, we're better than you. >> hard to imagine a better show than we have today. marco rubio and donald trump and governor chris christie who wants to win or come in second today. they'll be here. but the big news is the voting already started.
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we have tally, correct? >> we can't hear them? yeah, we do. >> yeah. >> so balsams resort -- how many people live there? >> well, a total of nine people actually voted last night and here are the official results. they were done at 12:01. john kasich got three votes. donald trump got two votes. and bernie sanders wound up with four votes. >> so is a that a precursor -- >> i'm not sure what that means. can we extrapolate what that means? >> probably not. >> governor kasich has been a lot. he's feeling confident going into it. >> so guys, make sure governor
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jeb bush chooses food well, because he doesn't want indigestion as it gets very close today. there's four legitimate candidates to come in second in this race and donald trump wants to get over 30%. don't move. right now, heather nauert -- by the way, tucker, toss to heather nauert. you haven't done that yet. >> i love heather nauert. good morning. can you tell us what's going on in the world? >> hi, tucker. good morning. i think we need to get you a cozy sweater like steve has there. i love seeing you in the casual gear. all right, good morning to you all. we'll go back to new hampshire in a little bit. in the meantime, a fox news alert to start you off with today. two commuter trains collide in germany and leaving eight people dead. 150 others hurt. the crash happened in the city of bad aibling. both trains careened off the track. several cars flipped over. everyone who was trapped inside has been rescued. the cause of the crash is under investigation. well, new reports this morning that hundreds of additional u.s. troops will head to afghanistan. our forces will reportedly arrive in what mandz province by
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tend of the month. they won't participate in combat. right now, about 9800 troops are stationed in afghanistan. and thousands of people on a nightmare cruise to the caribbean now heading home. the royal caribbean ship that sailed into a winter storm look at that thing right there. waves as high as 30 feet, hurricane force winds. the ship will now dock in new jersey. we are told tomorrow. the storm tossed passengers around like toys, leaving furniture overturned and glass shattered and now new questions about why the captain would sail into that anyway. all passengers will receive a refund. and was your new year's resolution to work out more or eat better? data shows that february the 9th, today, is the last day people keep up with fitness related resolutions. so drop-off at gyms is dubbed
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the fitness cliff. it's because daily life gets in the way of resolutions, of course. so does beer drinking. those are your headlines. ditch that stuff for super bowl sunday. drink some beer. >> or drink water and get that weight off. six minutes after the hour. let's go back to steve and tucker. at the diner in new hampshire. guys, we went over what's happening in the immediate poll results but people feel as though they have a legitimate shot at second place. and it's got to be the people that have spent the most, am i right, guys? >> absolutely. everybody who is behind donald trump wants to be the next guy out of new hampshire with the same kind of momentum that marco rubio had out of iowa. >> for sure. but this is the one year where the time you spend in the state and the amount of money you spend advertising to voters don't seem to bear a direct relationship to your poll
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results. >> right. >> for some reason. >> we had -- we'll talk about the guy right over there having the farmhouse breakfast for a moment. >> he knows we're talking about him. >> we were talking about you a minute ago and what the governor said today's election in new hampshire has to do with turnout. >> yes, sir. >> watch the sound bite. >> it's a tossup. i think it's question of who's going to come and turn out. are the independent voters going to participate in our primary or the democratic primary. we have a great ground game here. i'm optimistic, but you have to put it in the hands of the voters here. i have enjoyed the new hampshire experience. over a hundred different settings where people ask questions and it made me a better person. hopefully a better candidate. >> yes. absolutely. and in terms of the independent voters tucker, you know know as well, 44% are independent. they'll decide whether to go republican or democrat today. the more that show up it might
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be better for kasich because he's more attractive according to a lot of the experts to the independent voter. do you buy into that? >> no. i don't. i think it's hard to know. i mean, keep in mind new hampshire is different than 20 years ago. it was basically invaded by massachusetts. hundreds of thousands of massachusetts voters came here. i'm not attacking them, but it's very different. a lot of the people seem to be populists who could vote democrat or republican. some can go trump or bernie. that's how weird it is. >> it seems like all the candidates at all of the town hall meeting any time they're in front of a crowd, they're saying come out and vote and vote for me. there's a controversial mailer that is going around again. remember the one from cruz in iowa. this one from a daily caller investigation. they think the mailers came from the rubio camp. but it's basically saying your neighbors are going to know who you vote for. similar to the one from the cruz camp -- it's all going to come down to turnout and the snow won't stop people from hitting the polls. >> let's look at a a --
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>> well, you heard trump say, even if your wife leaves you, you have to vote. >> even if you're having a big breakfast you have to vote. >> let's talk about chris christie for a second. on sunday when he was doing a show on another network the previous guest was hillary clinton and somebody snapped this and tweeted this out. it was rachel and she says this is another hug with a democratic foe that will probably drive republicans nuts. sure does look to give love to some odd people says -- she tweets out. so the hug was about to happen. does that hurt chris christie if he hugs hillary clinton a day after he said he was going to indict her? >> hmm. i mean, from my point of view, having been hugged by chris christie and everyone i know has been hugged by christie, not many people who haven't been hugged by chris christie. he's a effervescent hugger. >> if you look at governor
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christie not hugging on instagram, he says this. coming this november, are you ready? it's a standoff between the two of them. which way did it play out? all right, steve? >> all right. thank you very much. these two women are joining us at the airline diner -- >> airport. >> airport. what's your name? >> kathy. >> kathy has already voted this morning. >> i have. >> we are only 67 minutes into the day. how were the polls? >> it was actually a lot busier at 6:00 this morning than i expected it to be. >> why do you think that is? >> everyone is coming out to vote, it's important. >> really? what is the one thing that got you out in the 6:00 hour to vote today in new hampshire? >> because i have the day off from school. >> all right. >> and we were going to come out for breakfast afterwards. >> all right. you know, you're being a tv pundit and you're having pancakes. you're our pancake pundit, thank you very much. what's your name? >> karen. >> okay.
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you voted with her? >> yeah. >> all right. and your assessment of the state of the race right now? >> okay. >> for you. >> for me, i cast my vote. i did my civic duty. and i was number 43 in our ward to cast a ballot at 6:00 a.m. >> what's the most important issue to you and your family this time? >> the most important issue to me would be security for us here in the united states. >> you want to share some of your feelings about what candidate that might be? >> i'll be happy to tell you who i voted for. >> sure. >> i voted for john kasich. >> no wonder why you're having pancakes together. why john kasich? >> i feel he's the most experienced person. he has legislative experience, executive experience. he has financial experience. i think he'll do a really good job in the white house. >> one of the things he's tried to do is run an optimistic campaign. >> absolutely.
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>> does that appeal to you? >> it has. he said enough with the negative nonsense. let's try to keep positive. that's important. >> he did 106 town halls and we did attend one in merrimack. >> did you get a selfie? >> no. but you have to meet the guys like three times to make decision. >> i understand. ladies, thank you very much. that looks delicious -- >> i'm coming back tomorrow. they just voted for john kasich. marco rubio would like your vote as well. he's going to join us live as we roll on from new hampshire on election day from the granite state. (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) (flourish spray noise) the joy of real cream in 15 calories per serving. enough said. reddi-wip. (flourish spray noise) share the joy.
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>> in the final lap here, in something as the new hampshire primary will it affect his campaign and the results today? joining us, senator marco rubio of florida. first off, i saw you with megyn last night. i know that a lot of people are on you for what you said in the debate over and over again. do you think that is something you're going to revisit as a campaign strategy? >> no, of course not. this is what i believe passionately. what i said at the debate over and over again is that i'm going to say now again. barack obama is changing america. he's trying to make our country like other countries and he said he'd do that in 2008. this is the cornerstone -- one of the cornerstones of our campaign. this election is about a choice about whether we continue to do that, because that's going to happen if bernie sanders or hillary clinton is elected. all the changes that barack obama has made to our country is going to continue or be made permanent or instead, we'll re-embrace the constitution and limited government. i think the question is why
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aren't more republicans saying that? because if you don't understand that the difference between us and the democrats is not just a few little issues, but that they have a very different view of what america should be and what our government should be, you don't understand that, then you don't understand what this campaign is really all about. you don't understand what's happening in america. >> but before -- >> rush limbaugh said yesterday, he doesn't understand why more people aren't saying this. so we'll keep saying it, absolutely we are. >> he's been very complimentary towards you and said that you're a true conservative and he's been going to bat. and he does -- you both live in florida. senator, where can you win? we know it didn't happen in iowa but you did quite well. not expected in new hampshire and in south carolina, where can marco rubio win? >> well, first of all, we have to understand how the nomination is decided. it's not decided by how many states you win, but how many delegates you win. in the early part of this campaign each state's apportions their delegates. we came in third votes even
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though we got more votes than the other two people and we got seven delegates out of it. donald trump got seven, ted cruz got eight. so the difference was one delegate. of course we want to do well here in new hampshire, get as many delegate as we can. then early march you get -- mid march that give all of their delegates to one candidate. so the goal here is to have over half the delegates obviously and more than everybody else. i feel very confident that as we move forward in this process, that's where we'll going to wind up. today is all about new hampshire and we have a great team here and i'm asking everyone watching this broadcast here in new hampshire, don't forget to go out and vote today because i'm the republican that can unify our party and i can beat hillary clinton. just a poll out yesterday showed i'm the only republican that beats her for example in new hampshire. >> senator w ewatch all the debates here. we get quizzed on them the next day and get to talk to the candidates. you got attacked hard by jeb bush and extremely hard by governor christie. why haven't you attacked donald
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trump that same way because he's the guy who's leading. >> well, first of all, i'm not in this campaign to attack republicans. if we're not unified at the end of this process, we're not going to win. i think every time these republicans or republican goes after each other in the ugly way, the democrats cheer. we're doing their job for them. look, chris christie's record, supported gun control, supported the appointment of sonia soto mayer of new york. one of the worst job creation records in the country, one of the highest tax burdens in the country. he personally donated to planned parenthood. he ran for office to pass gun control. of course he doesn't want to talk about his record. he talks about what ever he wants me to stop saying. we'll talk about the policy
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issues, but i'm not here to talk donald trump or jeb bush. >> best of luck. i know you have a big day. >> yes, sir. all right coming up next, the latest on the zika virus. something you need to know today.
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security. finally, half a million. that's how many federal workers make at least $100,000 a year. the highest number making that salary ever. anna? brian this is a fox news alert. president obama will ask congress for $1.8 billion in emergency funding to fight the zika virus. we have learned that the senate will hold a hearing on it and now word of a potential vaccine? well, dr. travis stork is a best selling author of the "doctors diet" and co-host of "the doctors" joins us. >> thank you for having me. >> a british group is using inner breeding to eradicate it, is it going to work? >> no time soon. when you have a virus like this, you have to look at it from many modaliti modalities. can we find a vaccine and do it quickly? this is using a genetically modified mosquito to make the
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entire population of mosquitos that carry the virus sterile. and could that work? absolutely. is it going to work during this particular outbreak, no. that's a long term potential solution. i do like that president obama is looking for more funds. because we still don't fully understand this virus. and there's a lot more to learn. obviously, the one population that has to worry about this -- pregnant women. as we talked about on our show, most people who get it don't know they have it. >> you might have a headache or a rash, but if a pregnant woman does get it, they have terrible birth defects. small heads, what else? >> that's the thing. if you are a pregnant woman or thinking of becoming pregnant, then you have to worry. the blessing is if you're in the u.s. right now, you know, we don't have confirmed occurring for instance in the middle of the country. this is if you traveled in the
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caribbean or south or central america. it's something to be aware of. >> we understand it's transmitted from mosquito but it also happened with sexual intercourse and a blood transfusion. how worried do we need to be? >> very aware of it. especially when you talk about blood transfusions. that's why there are so many questionnaires when people donate blood. ebola was a scary one previously. zika is scary because we learn as we go. my hope is we're able to come together, figure out a solution, not only for us here in the u.s., but for everyone in the world. >> i want all of our viewers to know if you have questions for dr. stork, he has his book out in paper back. thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. 27 after the hour. it's the super bowl ad that everybody is talking about. >> give me that!
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>> steve told us yesterday that was his favorite. but all the talk is coming from abortion supports. they say the baby looks too real. and you saw what happened when tucker carlson went to a bernie sanders rally. so what happened when we sent him to a hillary clinton rally. >> she can bring sense unlike men. >> we know her heart and we know her head. we know where she stands. and what she has done for our state. >> hillary clinton is stability and long term and a woman who probably won't be surprised by anything that happens during her eight years in the white house.
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the airport here in manchester, i'm steve doocy. how cold is it? according to accuweather, it's 20 degrees, but when you factor in the snow and windchill it says 12 degrees. we thought we'd wait for somebody to go inside the diner. today we have a number of presidential candidates. we have got -- we had marco rubio, jeb bush as well. and somebody right over -- you know what? these people just pulled up. this is the live free or die -- their license plate says go away. hey, how are you? good morning. how are you? >> good morning, how are you? >> good. are you going to vote? >> yes, we already have. >> you have? what's your name? >> keith lennon. >> keith -- this is who? >> my daughter. >> caitlyn. >> all right. did you vote too? >> yes. >> all right. how old are you? >> 18. >> you're 18 years old. is this your first time? >> it was. >> do you want to tell us who you voted for?
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>> trump. >> you voted for trump. you know he's coming in half an hour. >> i know. i just saw him. >> let -- wait a minute. is that -- i hope that's thermal. i hope that's one of the thermal trumps. >> no, just a t-shirt. but it's all right. >> what is it you like about trump? >> he's different than what you usually see. he's unfiltered. i'm tired of everybody being politically correct. >> let's go on inside. what about people who say, well, you know he's not presidential enough. >> i think he is. i mean, ronald reagan was the same way. and he just spoke his mind. said what was on his mind. >> now, let me ask you something, daughter. you know, you're a young person. how many young people vote for trump? how many of your friends? >> hopefully a lot. i mean, i think he's someone that's -- well, you know, worth voting for. >> well, today is the day. here's the union leader. somebody bought a kasich ad right there, but today's the poll that counts and we've already got two votes for donald trump. thank you very much.
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>> you're very welcome. >> what are you having for breakfast? the pancakes are awesome. >> bacon and eggs. >> so, tucker -- tucker, it feels like it's 12 outside right now. >> probably is 12 outside. >> i just talked to two people who have already voted this morning. one a first time voter. and she's a trump vote. and so is her father. >> wow. >> yeah. >> they -- the mystery of the trump vote is how big is it? it's hard to tell because a lot of people the theory goes and i think it's true, are hesitant to say they voted for donald trump. but we don't know. it's interesting. >> we talk to two ladies who also voted as well and they both voted for john kasich. so according to the early -- these are with zero percent of the precepts -- precincts reporting, we have two for trump and two for kasich. interesting.
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>> i was about to say -- they're done. >> so tucker, that was steve's instant snap poll. what did you do yesterday to exploit the democratic side of the ticket? >> well, you know, you keep hearing about how the hillary campaign is struggling against the bernie sanders insurgency, she's not doing well. is that true? in a word, the answer, oh, yeah. watch this. ♪ >> i just love the clintons. >> i absolutely adore her. i think she's an amazing woman. >> i've supported her for many years and i'm proud of her. >> hillary clinton rally here in manchester, new hampshire. asking voters why they're here and maybe more importantly where they're from. >> i'm from bedford, new hampshire. >> i'm actually from massachusetts. >> i'm from palo alto, california. >> new haven, connecticut. >> what are you doing here? >> checking it out. >> she's the one who can get
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things done because she's a woman. she can bring consensus to a group that disagrees. unlike men who don't have that strong ability. >> many of us have gotten to know her. we know her heart and we know her head. we know where she stands in the opposition and what she has done for our state. >> hillary clinton is stability and long term and a woman who probably won't be surprised by anything that happens during her eight years in the white house. >> we asked hillary supporters is bernie's campaign -- her campaign suggested that some of her supporters are sexist. does that ring a bell? >> no, i don't believe in that. >> i think across america people with remarks that are not appropriate in a presidential race or in a civic discussion. >> i would love to see -- if hillary clinton gets elected president, i'm very happy to have her a first female president. i wish it was elizabeth warren, but i love the idea.
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♪ >> there are a lot of sincere, nice people we talked to. but that campaign is struggling. bill clinton got out on the stage yesterday and said, hillary is an outsider. this is the former first lady, secretary of state. patrick leahy, the longest serving senator has endorsed her, making her an outsider. boy, they are out of step. >> not only that, there's some problems within the clinton camp. they didn't really deny it. there's a big report that they're going to do a lot of firing and do some turnovers as they head down south. here's daniel halperin of the "weekly standard." >> i expect to see, you know, blame shifting, a lot of acrimony inside the clinton
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campaign and the beginning of a huge transformation within the clinton campaign. if i were a staffer inside clinton world right now i'd be fearful. i'd watch my back because there's really no certainty that you're going to be employed a week from now. >> well, she's having a tough time courting young voters, young women voters in particular. she's trailing bernie sanders by double digits in new hampshire by many of the polls and had that razor thin victory over sanders in iowa. are you getting a feeling one way or the other? >> well, sanders i believe is going to win this state. what's hilarious to me is that bill and hillary clinton are reputed to be the single smartest people not only in the democratic party, but on planet earth. so to blame a 27-year-old staffer for their campaign misfortunes seems a little odd. you know what i mean? >> i would say the puritan restaurant here in manchester -- >> owned by a hillary supporter. >> absolutely. they had a big rally. they had buses full of people. they were still having lunch when we went in there.
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she has got a great ground game here, given the fact that she's so far behind. i pull up on the plane yesterday from new york with the u.s. congressman, democrat, who also is spending today knocking on doors, please vote for hillary. >> it is all hands on deck for hillary. by the way, they bussed in 80 people from arkansas yesterday. >> don't point your bacon -- >> i can't help it, it's loaded too. >> among her critics are david axelrod who tweeted out that maybe at this point since the same problems are happening now in 2016 as '08, maybe it's the candidate. it doesn't seem to be any one person in charge of the campaign. they seem to have -- they being in charge, while listening to outsiders tell them how bad the insiders are. so this could be the beginning of either a massive restructuring on the beginning of the end for them. we'll see. >> can i just sum that up?
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names extended, axelrod. >> the excitement on the ground here on the democrat side, without a doubt, is for bernie. >> 100%. >> all right. >> i'll let you finish. >> enjoy your bacon! >> all right, heather nauert, i know you have some other things to fill you -- >> doesn't steve have the best metabolism? he eats on this show nonstop. >> we don't know what's happening on the inside. on the outside looks fine. >> tape worm. >> fair enough. good morning to you all. a couple of headlines right now. was it death by meteorite? there's an investigation right now under way in india. this would be the first of its kind of death in modern history. meteorite hitting a bus driver and injuring three other people who were nearby. that impact creating a crater four feet deep. look at that right there. india. well, it's the super bowl ad that everybody is talking about. did you see this? [ laughter ] >> give me that!
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>> well, you can see right there there was an ad for doritos. the dad taunting his unborn baby and his wife with those doritos. but this morning, all the talk is coming from a pro choice group called national abortion rights action league. they say they're upset that the baby looks too real. they tweeted this, not buying it, that doritos ad using anti-choice tactic of humanizing fetuses. really? isn't a fetus a human? oh, boy. well, this one is no laughing matter. police arrested a guy for drunk driving wearing a clown costume. officers in alabama pulled 51-year-old joel sloan over after they spotted him weaving in and out of traffic. no word on why he was wearing a clown suit. maybe he was just going to a kids' birthday party and needed a drink. kids can be exhausting.
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i have had a lot of them in my house. they can be exhausting. all right. well, an italian wife facing prison time for not doing house work. her husband claimed it was abusive. he says that in addition to not cleaning and cooking she sometimes kicks him out of the bedroom. believe it or not, there's a law on the books that punishes the person who mistreats someone in their family for reasons of care. she now faces up to six years behind bars. hmm. i might be in jail then. >> heather, thanks. >> thanks for sharing. >> 42 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up on "fox & friends." the video, unbelievable. massive waves pounding homes. we are tracking the storm next. a can pancakes cure a disease? the doctors promise to talk to us out loud while steve and tucker have their third breakfast this morning.
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a new hampshire voting quirk. today's primary could be a surprise for those who want someone other than trump with the state's complex rules for delegates a vote for the other candidates could backfire. i'll tell you how this boomerang effect could occur. a strain, but true story at 2:00. don't let a cracked windshield ruin your plans. trust safelite. with safelite's exclusive "on my way text" you'll know exactly when we'll be there. giving you more time for what matters most. (team sing) ♪safelite repair, safelite replace.♪ if time is infinite, why is ta john deere 1 family tractor can give you more time for what you love. because with our quick-attach features, it takes less work to do more work.
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as you wake up on a tuesday morning, 46 after the hour. some quick medical headlines. another cancer scare for hugh jackman. he posted a bandaged photo of himself and he's warning fans to wear sunscreen after being treated for sun cancer fourth time. he was first treated in 2013. pancakes could hold the key to curing glaucoma. >> happy birthday! i hope you're hungry.
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>> well, here's why. scientists found the consistency of pancake batter is similar to that of a protective layer on the eyeball. they hope to use the findings in future surgeries. >> i miss john candy. new on the video, it's incredible. look at the massive waves battering new england. this video coming from cape cod. mother nature sending the white caps well above rooftops. >> maria molina is tracking the storm for us. she joins us now. good morning. >> good morning. winter has arrived, old man winter across parts of the midwest and in the eastern u.s. because we are dealing with temperatures well below average across the region. we'll look at the current windchill temperatures in a moment. i want to share video out of places like minnesota because that area got hit hard with strong winds, blizzard conditions and also some snow. you can see the whiteout being
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produced there, similar conditions across parts of new england, where massachusetts picked up some heavy snow. the strong winds bringing in some coastal flooding across the region. so again a big concern out there. and that will continue to pummel the areas as more disturbances swing through. that cold air is in place. look at minneapolis. it feels like 13 degrees below zero. feels like single digits across new england and in the city of boston. the satellite and radar picture, very busy with snow anywhere from tennessee all the way to parts of maine. but not everywhere is going to be looking at accumulating snowfall. we have tennessee and kentucky, some light forecast accumulation across most areas and we are also going to be expecting some light snow accumulation across parts of new hampshire where a lot of people are headed out to the polls to the some voting today. the good news is those temperatures are going to be climbing and later today they could be in the upper 20s and
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low 30s. so a very typical winter-like day in new hampshire out there with chilly temperatures and some light snowfall across the region. let's head back inside. >> but they're hearty folks, they'll get out to the polls we hope. let's go back to new hampshire. tucker, what's on deck? >> well, we have the most powerful small city mayor in america. we'll ask him about the candidates flooding through the town. and then donald trump and chris christie join us for breakfast. stay tuned. soup and sandwich and clean and real, and feeling good, sort of. and 500 calories or less. the clean pairings menu. at panera. food as it should be. make healthy saychoices.ten but up to 90% fall short in getting key nutrients ...
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well, heroin is a major
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epidemic in northern new england and here in new hampshire and that crisis took center stage in the republican race. here's part of what was said about it on saturday night. >> this is an absolute epidemic. we need leadership to solve it. we need programs like a.a. and counseling and churches and charities and it has to securing the borders because you have mexican cartels that are smuggling vast amounts of heroin into this country. >> this is a disease. not a moral failing, it's a disease. i'm pro-life, and i'm pro-life for not only for the nine months in the womb. i'm pro-life for when they get out and it's a lot more complicated. 16-year-old girl locked up, the 42 lawy 42-year-old lawyer who can't get out of bed and is taking oxycontin i'm pro-life.
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>> ted gatsas has talked to everybody running for president about this issue. he joins us live here in the diner. good to see you. unlike most mayors you have direct access to the next president and you brought it up with every person running. >> no question, we have had this conversation, probably the first thing that surfaced in our discussions. >> it's really noticeable -- i love the city, it's beautiful. it gets more beautiful every time i come here, but it's really clear that heroin is a problem here. >> it's crossed every demographic. goes from rich to poor, from white to black, to young and old. it's affecting families and affecting what happens in this community. we have to end it. >> what's the core problem here? >> well, somebody doesn't wake up one morning and decides to put a needle in their arm. it starts with opiate prescriptions. when the fda approved an 11-year-old, two months ago, could take oxycontin, that's just wrong. >> doctors play a role in this. most are responsible. many are life savers but some of
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them clearly are making bad choices about whom they prescribe this stuff to and in what amounts. >> well, doctors, pharmaceutical companies, everybody has to step up and do something about what their position is with people dying. >> what do you think has changed in the culture though? something clearly has changed. i'm 46. when i was a kid the idea of heroin was so out of bounds and over the top. and now you see normal middle class people with jobs doing it. something's different. >> the difference is it's only $5. >> so the availability is the key? >> availability is less expensive than a six pack of beer. >> this not coming from afghanistan. this is coming from mexico. we know the overwhelming majority of it. this is a border issue, isn't it? >> also fentanyl. that's killing people at a fast rate. much faster than what we ever saw with heroin. >> mayor, great to see you this morning. i know you're working on this and we're rooting for you. >> well, thank you very much. certainly the citizens of new hampshire and this country need
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some help and people better step up soon. because we'll be building an awful lot more coffins than we are beds. >> it's been happening for years. thank god it's getting the attention it deserves. thank you. steve doocy, ladies and gentlemen. where are you, steve? oh, there he is. >> coming up, we have donald trump who is joining us live. here. so is chris christie. >> here? >> absolutely. we're buying them both breakfast live from manchester, new hampshire. hello my love! the flame is out... ugh...today the flame is out, tomorrow my attitude... your mother... antonio. antonio. que? the stove. it's not working. campbell's microwaveable soups. made for real, real life. frequent heartburn brand in america.
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if you're sick, if you're really like you can't move, you're close to death, your doctor tells you it's not working, your wife is disgusted
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with you, she said i'm leaving, i don't give a damn. you've got the get out to vote. >> and keep going. it will be easier not to show up and vote tomorrow. >> showing up. >> we're showing up! >> and in fact, that's what we're counting on. >> i'm not in this race to attack donald trump or jeb bush. i want to beat the democrats and i give us the best chance to do it. >> i'm having a good grae zi -- greasy breakfast. bacon and eggs and potatoes. i'm breaking my paleo diet today on national television. >> tomorrow, new hampshire can help lead this country in a very different direction in the direction of a political revolution. >> please, come out and help me. thank you so much, new hampshire! it's selfie time. >> i don't care if you get hurt or not, but i want you to last until tomorrow. and i promise i will come and visit you in the hospital. >> donald trump having some fun in his final appearance last
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night. he's going from poll place to poll place. and he'll be with us shortly. what are we looking at? >> manchester, new hampshire, as voters are headed to the polls, and if you're remember independents can vote on either the republican or the democratic side. so we'll see how that plays out today. we'll bring in steve and tucker, they not are not far away at a diner. you're enjoying some coffee at the moment? >> that's right. i have regular caffeine and tuck for some inexplicable reason considering he was out late last night is drinking decaf. >> don't need it. >> go, man. >> you know what? we have been able -- >> like iowa, one out of -- in new hampshire, one out of every two residents is expected to show up. the intriguing thing about new hampshire, 44% will decide today or when they go to the polling place if it's a democrat or a republican because they're independents. >> that's right. here in new hampshire as well, if you're not registered, you can just go, show up at the
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polling place. register on the spot and then vote for whoever you want to. >> it's an open primary. in that way, i think it's more predictive of the general election. that's why every republican who has been president in the last 50 years with one exception has won this state. >> and dixville notch has been casting the votes and we have the results from dixville. keep in mind, nine people voted. of them, three went for john kasich. two went for donald trump. and four went for bernie sanders. >> yeah. new hampshire -- >> the vote over in ten seconds. >> exactly. they have closed the polls there in dixville notch because new hampshire has this rule. that if you have a small town less than a hundred people, then you can open at midnight and close as soon as all the registered voters have cast their ballots.
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>> a lot of land, not as many people. meanwhile, let's make this screen more crowded. let's factor -- by the way, coming up shortly is donald trump and chris christie in separate corners. but first, laura ingraham. we find her in washington, d.c. how are you? >> really good. steve, you're in the lower box with tucker and we're playing the upper box. we're playing mr. brady. mrs. brady is laura ingraham. there you go. let's talk about somebody. don't count out jeb bush. why? >> well, i think in recent days you have seen jeb buoyed by his mini me, marco rubio and his poor debate performance. of course, chris christie pulled the curtain back on rubio's overreliance on the same talking points regardless of what the question is. as the donors have gotten rattled about marco rubio, they kind of like to go back and
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think about, you know, the original. the original was jeb bush. remember a year ago, most of us believed that jeb bush was going to be the preeminent establishment voice in this race. he didn't catch fire in most states. he's polling in single digits in others. even in florida he polled in fourth place in the most recent big poll in florida and yet now, he's on the move against trump. he seemed confident. he had the best debate performance no doubt about it last saturday night. keep an eye on jeb bush. >> and governor bush was on the program earlier. we have seen him punching and counterpunching with donald trump. we asked him this, this was his answer. >> i'm not doing this for political purposes. in fact, getting in the line of fire of donald trump has its downsides. he's pretty good at just, you know, crushing you. over twitter. but not in person. you know, it's funny, in person he's different. >> and governor bush --
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>> you know, laura -- >> what do you think, laura? >> i think in the end, there's a couple of key questions that have to be asked. the policies that jeb bush is advocating, the two issues that trump and he really disagree on most fervently are trade and immigration. we have learned the devastation of the middle class because of the world trade organization in china. we have lost millions of jobs. no doubt about that globalization of the bush variety than devastating to american workers. that's number one. number two, more of an open border approach to immigration. triple the number of visa holders which marco rubio sponsored. never sponsoring an enforcement provision to immigration. while bush is confident, has an extra spring in his step, i think if trump goes really substantive on those, i think there's room to grow a lead, not shrink it. >> you know, i know, laura, you
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know new england because you went to college up here. when you look at the yard signs, jeb bush seems to have the advantage. you do start to see a number of trump signs in the urban areas. but let's go to chris christie, the governor of my home state of new jersey. he says that marco rubio after his performance at the debate a couple of nights ago is dropping like a rock. do you agree with governor christie's assessment? >> i think he's dropping. there's no doubt about it. i think what some people are seeing is his debate performance -- everyone has a mistake. everyone can have a bad night, but it takes us back into the immigration reform work that he did with chuck schumer and la raza and the chamber of commerce and dick durbin. did he really have the strength to go into these negotiations on an immigration reform bill or did he get rolled? maybe he agreed with schumer. maybe he got rolled. but maybe the strength of the performance really gives us some insights into rubio's kind of lack of accomplishment on the
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legislative front. just doesn't have the experience. i saw a funny tweet this morning and it was rubio, 2020. so maybe he needs four more years, i don't know. so far a little shaky. >> are we burying the lead here, laura? it looks like donald trump the most unlikely candidate of our lifetimes is about to win the new hampshire primary. i wonder if any of the guys below him on the roster are looking at the themes of his campaign and saying, hey, those are working, maybe i should steal them? do you think that's happening? >> well, it should be, right? we should be able to learn from our failed policies and tucker, you're right. if trump does not win by at least i'd say 15 points, you can expect in the media the following narrative. trump underperforms in new hampshire. trump on the ropes going into south carolina. trump clearly -- clearly doesn't have the message that's connecting when we know independents, even some old obama supporters are listening to his message on immigration
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and trade. helping the middle class. and it would seem to me that when you listen to chris christie, he has picked up on some of the themes of trump. you hear him about the blue collar workers, he's gone after that, a lot of the issues that are the bush tent poles, christie has looked to knock down. i predict chris christie comes out of this, says i'm not dropping out of anything. i'm going to south carolina. maybe the next debate he decides to take down jeb bush. i would keep an eye on chris christie regardless of what the outcome is tonight. >> laura, i tend to agree. but the polls has him at 4 to 5%. he's gotten better with more endorsements, and he says his internals are different. let's switch over to hillary clinton. yesterday a frustrated bill clinton who reports he was the 40th president of the united states, he was at a rally and he was doing more fighting for
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hillary and also bemoaning the fact they're married? >> tonight, my job is to enter as hillary. sometimes when i'm on a stage like this i wish we weren't married. then i can say what i really think. and i don't mean that in a negative way. i'm happy. >> what does he mean, laura? >> i don't know. he said some of the insults and the -- in the campaign have been profane. i don't think the fact that he was married ever deterred bill clinton from saying or doing anything he wanted. so i thought that was a little odd. i just feel like he's lost that charm factor. the comeback kid. >> he doesn't look good. i want to bring up one other thing. the reports of them rejiggering their camp have to be concerning to democrats and when david axelrod tweets out if you're having the same problems in 2016 as in '08, maybe it's the candidate. what are they thinking if
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axelrod says that? >> i think they're looking at the young minority, female and male voters, they're flocking to the sanders message. free sounds good to people, the economy is underperforming. the top 5% of all the income -- they like, well, these guys have done well in this recovery, except we don't have job opportunities. we have a huge college debt. the impulse of a lot of the students especially is to go for the freebies without thinking who would pay for it and who delivers the freebies better than bernie sanders? >> the headline from new hampshire after talking about this for years, people are going to vote. what's your headline for today? >> headline is the establishment has failed the people. and the people are going to have their say. they had their say in iowa. the two outsiders came in one and two. i think today if you have a
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strong finish by donald trump and ted cruz maybe even outtomorrou outperforms a bit, i think the outsiders will have their final say on it. >> that comes from a woman who knows how to run a news website, lifezette. always great to get your insight. i can't wait until we can reflect back with you. >> can't wait for the results to come in and see how new hampshire wins as a field, just like iowa. for more headlines, heather nauert joins us. and a fox news alert. >> let's start off overseas. two commuter trains collide in germany leaving eight people dead, at least 150 others have been hurt. we're getting these pictures in to our newsroom right now. the crash happened in bad aibling. both trains careened off the tracks, flipping over several cars. everyone who was trapped inside that wreckage has been rescued. the cause of that crash is under investigation. well, thousands of people on
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a nightmare cruise to caribbean is headed home. the ship sailed into the winter storm with hurricane force winds will dock in new jersey tomorrow. these are pictures from on board that ship. the storm tossing passengers around. leaving furniture overturned and also glass shattered. look at that, from that photo right there. new questions about why the captain of the ship would head into the weather in the first place. all passengers will receive a full refund and a discount oup a future cruise. well, despite warnings about the zika virus, more than a million tourists are expected to head to brazil for mardi gras. because of that, hotels are now warning visitors to cover themselves with bug repellent. today is known as fat tuesday, the day before lent. the 40 days of fasting before easter. this is one of the most talked about moments of super bowl 50. eli manning, take a close look. at his face right there. sort of a blank look. this just after the broncos
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score the final touchdown to secure the win. well, eli is not explaining what was going through his mind. take a listen. >> i was focused on whether he -- and it was easier to step up and make a stop. >> some people were wondering why didn't he have more of an expression? he's a player so he's thinking of what's happening in the game just next. right here, the big parade coming today. they're expecting a million people in the denver area. >> it was so awesome when they had won for giants here in new york. >> especially when you pull off the upset. thanks, heather. meanwhile, back out to the diner in new hampshire where steve is sitting with tucker. what do you have next on the rundown? >> well, so far, i have had three breakfasts and this has been like the best single morning of my life this year in 2016. coming up from the airport diner, we're going to be talking to some people who have already voted today here in new hampshire. plus we'll talk about how much
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well, people come here to the airport diner from far and wide for the breakfast. and today, lorraine and jim are here because they were already voting. it's nearby and the food is terrific. good morning. >> good morning. >> why aren't you eating your toast? >> oh, i'm full. the breakfast was so filling. >> breakfast is filling. all right, you have gone out to vote. because we haven't been to the polling places yet today, are there a lot of people voting today? >>yeah, it was really pack. >> why do you think that is? >> i think there's a lot at stake in this election and people just want to make sure that they get their voice heard. >> all right. >> it's new hampshire. >> who'd you vote for? >> hillary. >> you voted for hillary, even though your husband, jim, how many people tell you look like -- >> larry david. >> you look exactly like larry david. >> i can't say exactly. >> curb your enthusiasm over this. you look like bernie sanders
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too. why wouldn't you vote for him? >> i like bernie sanders but i like hillary more. >> you did your civic duty. you voted today. let's come over here to roger. good morning to you. >> hi. >> have you voted? >> yes. >> what was at stake for you? >> i liked rubio. i like what he said. he didn't have a good beginning of his debate. but i think he finished very strong. >> so i think you voted for rubio. >> i did. >> just guessing. >> i did. >> you hear so many people talk about how down to the last minute -- some people about half haven't decided. here's a whole table of young men. they're going to work later today. you are going to vote, right? >> yes, of course. >> all right. who are you going to vote for? >> i'm independent, undecided. >> you're undecided? >>robocalls. you haven't decided? >> no. >> but you're going to vote? >> yeah.
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display and started to hit him. he was caught on camera attacking an elderly man at a gas station with a pole. he has been arrested. and look at this. massive waves battering new england. this video coming in from cape cod. mother nature sending the giant white caps well above rooftops as a massive storm moves throughout new england. and a florida man is under arrest for throwing an alligator. yes, an alligator through a wendy's drive through. he grabbed it from his trunk and threw it inside. the incident happened in october. but he wasn't charged until yesterday. so out to you, steve. hillary clinton knows a picture is worth a thousand word, right? >> it absolutely is. you were at a hillary rally yesterday. >> i was very much at a rally yesterday to see how bad it is. it's bad. >> and new hampshire, it's the first in the nation primary. all the candidates come here. that's one of the reasons we have chris christie coming up shortly. donald trump as well right here
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in the diner. over at the college, all of the candidates go there. they love the youth vote and the thing about the kids these days if there's somebody famous they want a selfie. watch this. picture of you and bernie sanders, it looks like bernie sanders is about to give you the heimlich. >> it does, yeah. ♪ >> how important is it to get a picture with the person? because you're going to talk about them forever. >> i think it is important. you know, some people think it's silly to want to get a picture. i don't think it's silly at all, because it does show you the interactions that they're going to have with people. i gave an introduction on c-span on bernie sanders, that was the first time i met him. >> wait a minute, you have been on c-span? >> yes, i have been. >> ladies and gentlemen, cable royalty. >> and he was awesome. >> maggie lynch is calling.
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>> sorry about that. i'll just ignore her. sorry, maggie. >> because all the candidates come here, you wanted to get a selfie. >> yeah. >> with all of them? >> with all of them. >> and? >> it was a hard task. it took two years my freshman and sophomore year but i accomplished it. >> what is a face you would never make with a presidential candidate? >> um -- >> so you have a selfie with hillary. what was she like? what was the interaction when you were making your picture? >> well, she complimented a picture i had -- it was of jfk. >> she was eyeballing your phone? >> yeah. she's very forward. forthcoming. she was very polite and -- >> she asked about your phone. did she ask you about your e-mail server at home? >> no, nothing like that. >> i'm dedicated to marco right now. >> so you're going to vote on election day how many times? >> once.
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i'm not a democrat. [ laughter ] >> so i guess what we have learned today is that every kid on this campus has a selfie with a presidential candidate. including this guy right here. do you have a cell phone? oh. >> what he's up? >> you have a selfie with the presidential candidate? >> i do. it's not running anymore, but me and lincoln chafee. >> peter, that's me and you. >> oh. you must get that a lot. >> you have no idea. >> steve -- he's so tall. he was over on the campus yesterday. obvious -- the reason we did this story, "the new york times" referred to 2016 as the year of the presidential campaign selfie. >> sounds ominous. >> yesterday, hillary was out and busy and she said about this those pictures. >> i'd be happy to visit, to take any questions, to go around and shake hands and take
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picture, really. it's selfie time! >> and you know what? the campaigns, because they know and realize the value of the selfie, they actually build a little extra time into appearance -- >> they play that rock 'n' roll on the audio system for the young kids. the selfies -- >> do you have your camera and phone there? could you and tucker take a selfie and tweet it out and see how many people can like it? >> we've been doing that all morning, brian. you have no idea. we're the king of selfies. >> mornings are better with "friends." >> there's a selfie we did with jeb bush a little while ago and we'll do a selfie with chris christie and donald trump as well. >> they're asking for it. >> they're both going to be here in a minute. one is walking in right now. >> all right, guys. stay right there.
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chris christie, the governor of the great state of new jersey. good morning. >> how are you? >> good. is today a fight for second place? >> well, it feels like that, right? i mean, because, you know donald has led in 72 or 73 consecutive polls so he better win. he doesn't win, it's going to be bad news for him tonight. so i think everyone is expecting him to win and the fight is between second and sixth. no one can tell who will wind up in which spot. >> the most intense fight is between you and marco rubio. it became last week. it's continued, you have been on him like a honey badger. i get a sense you're enjoying it and it's personal. >> no, it's not personal. it's the exact opposite, tucker. the american people have a right to know who's ready to take on hillary clinton. who's ready to be president of the united states and who isn't. my whole intent from last week through the debate and through today is to let people know, i'm ready, i'm tested, i'm prepared and mature and i'm ready to beat her. i'm ready to be president and
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senator rubio is simply not. >> since you made your comments at the debate, you know, suddenly people's ears prick up and they notice certain phrases that marco rubio has used a number of times and now the democrats have sent out a robot, a poorly designed robot and called marco roboto. >> yeah, i have seen it. it showed up at my debate last night. that's what happens when you're not ready. when you're not prepared, when you don't have the depth of experience. i do i have been a federal prosecutor for seven years, governor for many years. challenged by a brutal liberal media in new york city. there's nothing hillary clinton can throw at me i won't be ready for. i threw something at senator rubio. and he proved he's not ready. >> do you think trump is more ready to be president than rubio? >> it's a close call. >> but you haven't said much to trump. >> one at a time, tucker.
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>> one of rubio's supporters put out a tweet yesterday, chris christie likes to give hug love to some different people. here is the hug with hillary clinton. you put out a tweet that showed you and hillary and it said coming this november, so it's kind of a different points of view, same event. >> yeah. same effect. said hello to the secretary. i'm a kind, warm, wonderful person. >> i think so. >> and i'll tell you this much. when i get on the stage with senator clinton in september she'll know i'm there and she'll know i'm representing the republican party in a different point of view from her. >> how many people have you hugged -- >> thousands of hugs. thousands of hugs. i came on mini fy knee yesterda an undecided voter. >> i hope you win the vote. >> we had marco rubio on the program a little while ago. i want you to look at the little monitor here in the diner.
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governor, here's what he said about you. >> chris christie's record, right? supported gun control. supported the appointment of sonia sotomayor to the supreme court. has had the credit rating of new jersey downgraded nine times in seven years. one of the worst job creation records in the country. one of the highest tax burdens in the country. he personally donated to planned parenthood. he ran for office in order to pass gun control. of course he doesn't want to talk about his record. >> okay. what do you say to the senator from florida? >> at least i have a record. senator rubio will leave the united states senate and no one will know he was even there, except he cosponsored the amnesty bill with his arm around chuck schumer. the people in new jersey know my record and i have vetoed ridiculous gun control bills. i have lowered taxes. i have cutti spending, i never donated to planned parenthood and the biggest attacker in this race has been marco rubio. he puts that little smile on his face.
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and then he sends his super pac out to cut people's throats. we don't need another duplicitous washington, d.c. politician. in the white house. we already have one. we don't need another one. marco needs to get some experience and when he does maybe he can run for president again. he's not ready for president and that little show tells you that. he's a typical drive by politician. no experience. but a lot of talking points that he just got, you know, from his research guys. is there anything that marco doesn't get from his staff? >> that's really tough what you just said. do you think you have benefited from that? or are you just saying that as a public servant? >> i think the american people have benefited from it. that's what i think. >> since the debate where you took him apart for the most part, you know, there are differing polls out there, they have you in different places. do you think that hurt you or
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helped you? >> helps. people see i'm ready and prepared. >> they see you're a fighter. >> that too. you can't do that unless you know what you're talking about. i mean, the substance is what really mattered in the conversation. and what i pointed out to people is that senator rubio is not ready. i showed them he wasn't ready. that's what you want from a candidate who's going to take on hillary clinton. >> so you have something in common with donald trump he's a fighter too. >> yes. we have been friends for 13 years. i would be a better president than he would. >> which of your views have changed during this campaign? >> during this campaign? i don't think any of my views have changed during this campaign. over my -- you know, my 20 years in public life, i have had to view change as everyone has. if you're a living, breathing human being, and you get new experiences you better change. if you just spit back talking points you never change unless the people who run the talking points change for you. >> here on the ground in new hampshire, hillary clinton is trailing bernie sanders. in a large way. madeleine albright has been out and about stumping for her. and she had this sound bite that i think she'd like a do over on.
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>> and you have to help hillary clinton, she'll always be there for you. and just remember, there's a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >>well, special place in hell. >> i'll tell you something, i had a young woman in her 20s yesterday, in a town hall, and she asked me about that statement. she said, you know i'm a woman, there's no way in hell i'll ever vote for hillary clinton. and so i think there's a lot of resentment and i think it's best if secretary albright go back to writing books and teaching at a university. she's not cut out for this. >> that's the theme. not just her. but the theme is you have an obligation as a woman to vote for hillary.t's patronizing? >> of course it is patronizing. there are not women and men's issues. there are issues for our country. we need to focus on that.
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not women's issues or men's issues. >> governor christie, we know you have a lot to do, but do you have time for breakfast? >> no. >> look who's in the kitchen. >> you cooking for me, baby? >> of course i am. >> donald trump, as we roll on from new hampshire. thank you, governor. in new york state, we believe tomorrow starts today. all across the state the economy is growing, with creative new business incentives, and the lowest taxes in decades, attracting the talent and companies of tomorrow. like in the hudson valley, with world class biotech. and on long island, where great universities are creating next generation technologies. let us help grow your company's tomorrow, today at business.ny.gov
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bernie had four. >> but they spent a lot of time up there, i didn't. >> so -- >> that's how i look at it. >> so what do you think is going to happen today? >> well, i hope to have a victory and i have no idea. but the polls are certainly good. i just don't know what the polls mean. we have tremendous crowds. last night we had 5,000 people at the arena in a blizzard. i said, you know, who's going to come -- we have 5,000 people. we're doing -- look, we have bonded with the people of new hampshire. i have been here so many times. pre-politics. i come here because i have a lot of friends who live up here. this is one of the most beautiful parts of the country. i get along with the people well. one of the big problems they have is the heroin problem, the drug problem. we're going to build a wall, stop it up, we'll have a border and they're not going to have the problem anymore. but no politician is going to do that. >> a number of people like you because they're offering up their front yards as a place to put their signs. >> a lot of signs out there. yes. >> of course a lot of people
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were critical of your ground game in iowa. you have put in more here in new hampshire? >> of course i had 4,000 or 5,000 votes stolen. if we add them up -- i came in a strong second. i have never done before this. we were pretty happy. i had 46,000 votes which is more than anybody else in the history of the republican caucus primary, except for the one. so we came in second. and i think we're going to do great here. >> well, yesterday, and tucker this pointed out a couple of times, you know, you're trying to personally turn out the vote. tucker, what were some the things he reminded -- >> you said even if your wife leaves you, even if you're in the hospital -- >> i said no matter what. in front of a lot of people, i said if you're sick, if the doctor says you're not going to make it, if your wife tells you she's leaving you, she's fallen in love with another man, it doesn't make any difference. go out and vote. >> so the other campaigns are saying you need to win by 30 points for its to be a real win. >> of course they're saying that. if i win by one point, i'll be happy.
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i just want to win. >> you were at an event last night. you had somebody -- somebody in the crowd had colorful language about ted cruz. we'll play a snippet of this. we bleeped out some parts. >> okay. >> some people -- she just said a terrible thing. you know what she said? shout it out because i don't -- >> [ bleep ]. >> okay. you're not allowed to say -- i never expect to hear that from you again. she said -- i never expect to hear that from you again. she said he's a [ bleep ]. that's terrible. >> we were having a lot of fun. >> you know what that meant? >> no. it wasn't overly -- i have to tell you that the woman shouted it out. okay, it was like a retweet. i would never say a word like that. >> you were quoting her. >> the audience went crazy.
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standing ovation. we're having fun. that's what i mean about being politically correct. every once in a while you can have fun. don't you think? >> so a year ago you're in business, you're famous and a tv guy. it looks like you're on the cusp of winning the new hampshire primary. did you think you'd be here and what have you learned? >> i came out, and they wanted to renew "the apprentice" steve burke came up from comcast and i said, i'm going to run for president. i think. that was a couple of months before i actually made the decision. tell you what, honestly when i was standing on that escalator with my wife, i was saying -- i looked down. i have never seen so many cameras as i saw at that morning, june 16th. i said, wow. this is tough. you know it takes guts to run for president. i took a deep breath, i said, let's go, let's do it and make america great again. my theme is make america great again. did i think i'd be here? not to this extent. i didn't think i'd have the leads i just had. i have a 15 or 16 point lead nationally. that came out 20 minutes ago. i would have assumed i'd be in
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the middle of the pack and inch it out in the end which is traditional. i'm happy and honored but the country wants to see smart decisions and smart people. it's very simple, they want to see america be made great again. we don't have victories anymore. we lose on trade, we lose to isis. our military can't beat isis. we can't do anything right. health care is a disaster. obamacare is a disaster. we'll repeal it and replace it with something so good. but our country doesn't have victories anymore. >> tell you what, according to the polls it doesn't look like hillary clinton is going to wind one a victory here in new hampshire tonight. ultimately, you'd like to square off against her because you believe she's the party's nominee because the other guy is a socialist. but why is hillary targeting marco rubio and not you? >> because she doesn't want to run against me. you know, it's very interesting. chuck todd on nbc said, hillary doesn't want to run against this one or that one. but she wants to run against trump. i said, when they say they want to run against you, that means
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they don't want to run against you. >> reverse psychology. >> hillary got a dose of trump a while ago, when she called me sexist. the last one she wants to run against is me. i don't know if she'll get the chance. she has a lot of problems. >> did she call you sexist since? >> no. they haven't mentioned my name. it was a tough evening they had. >> what about madeleine albright there's a special place in hell for women who -- >> i thought that was disgusting. i thought that was one of the most disgusting statements she said that. she should be ashamed of herself and should apologize. >> can you imagine if i said that? can you imagine if i said what madeleine -- >> the men should be ashamed if they don't vote for you? >> wouldn't that be interesting? think about that. we might get away with it. >> you never know. >> we're in a diner, have you had breakfast? >> no, i haven't.
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>> donald trump wants breakfast. >> who are you voting for? >> america. >> i love it! >> she said -- >> i love america. >> make it two eggs over tremendous. okay? >> i love her. she's seen everybody come in. they have all seen sue. but i walked in and she said, mr. trump, i'm voting for you. that's why i asked that question. >> thank you. up next, we went to the hillary rally to see what it's really like. we'll take you inside the inner sanctum next. after this program, we have "america's newsroom." bill hemmer is here live as well. >> two eggs over tremendous, i'll take that too. decision day in new hampshire. look at history you know this state changes things. you can't drive a block in manchester without hitting another political event. we had six inches of snow overnight. the polls are open now. it's new hampshire's turn. we have a terrific two hours
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meanwhile, there's a real race in the democratic side. hillary clinton versus bernie sanders. we went to see hillary yesterday to see what it was like. here's what we saw. ♪ >> i just love the clintons. >> i absolutely adore her. i think she's an amazing woman. >> i have supported her for many years. i'm really proud of her. >> hillary clinton rally here in manchester, new hampshire, asking voters why they're here. and where they're from. >> bedford, new hampshire.
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>> i'm from palo alto, california. >> little rock, arkansas. >> new haven, connecticut. >> what are you doing here? >> checking it out. >> she's the one who can get things done because she's a woman. she can bring consensus to the group who disagrees unlike men who didn't have that strong ability. >> we know her heart and we know her head. we know where she stands on the positions and what she's done for our state. >> hillary clinton is stability and long term and a woman who probably won't be surprised by anything that happens during her eight years in the white house. >> we asked hillary supports is bernie's campaign sexist? her campaign suggested yesterday that some of his supporters were sexist. does that ring a bell? does that sound right to you? >> no. no. i don't believe in that. >> i think across anywhere in america, people make remarks that are not appropriate in a presidential race or in a civic discussion. >> i would love to see -- if hillary clinton gets elected president, i'm very happy to
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been a great day here in new york and new hampshire as well. >> steve and tucker? >> yeah, we're not quite hearing them. but i think they're about -- >> it's the primaries, so don't miss the show. isn't that right? >> that's right. and the crowd here would like to say -- >> mornings with better with "friends." >> i love that. i do too.
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thanks, everybody. >> thank you, guys. by it's here. finally the first primary of this campaign. you are looking live at a jeb bush event screen right. jeb bush screen left. donald trump looking to pick up his first win. senator bernie sanders make his final push to even up the game with hillary clinton. he, too, is looking for his fir official win. i'm bill hemmer. special primary edition of fox news. here we go.

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