hello, everyone, i'm eric bolling, with greg gutfeld and kimberly guilfoyle and this is "the five." this is a fox news alert. new hampshire has been decided and we're seeing the fallout already. just moments ago, chris christie announced he has suspended his campaign and earlier today, carly fiorina also dropping out of the race. this come after donald trump and bernie sanders dealt huge blows to the opponents last night, winning the respected primaries by a land slide. we warm to talk about the recent dropouts. mud is thoughts? >> he is like the guy who walks
into a bar and cold cocks some dude. he is out and he goes to jail. the good news for christie is he lost big but he also lost being bid. in his bid for the presidency, he decided to lose all that weight which is healthier for him and his family should be happy because he will live a longer, healthier life. he may not be the president but he'll be skinny. >> your thoughts on christie doing the attack. what was he going for? do you think the new hampshire people would responsibility more positively? maybe. i thought he would do better in new hampshire than he ended up doing. he sensed a weakness and he was able to exploit to it his advantage. exempt it doesn't work out for him. he was not going to make it on the debate stage for this saturday night's debate in south carolina. so he is like, why would i go down there and sit in the hotel room while everybody else gets to debate. i think he's made good decision. as he relatively young man.
he has about a year and a half left as governor of new jersey. i think he will be a very important part of helping whoever the republican nominee is. he'll be a great campaigner. don't forget, when he was the cheryl of the republican governor's association this last cycle, he helped elect an historic number of republican governors. i think if i were on the republican ticket, your assignment is governors and senators. the ticket hangs in the balance. >> what about it? donald trump or ted cruz start knocking on christie's door saying, how about an endorsement? >> exactly. i think it is a question of not only who can get the endorsement but also the money. this muddle of sort of second tier republicans, they need to break out. and i think a chris christie is clearly an establishment republican. people are comfortable with him in terms of the donor class and they can make a difference going into south carolina and the
s.e.c. primary. the other thing is rubio was exposed as being inexperienced, green, however you want to put it. and i think this is not over. what will happen is you go into south carolina and all those other republicans, not the one guy in the bar, turns out, guess what. they're in the parking lot. can it fixed? >> when you're a prosecutor you would love to revel in the facts. this is the candidate. this is who he is. take good look. make a decision. don't put it off. right? that's what he was trying to do. overall he wants all the candidates to be vetted, to be challenged, battle tested going forward. indeed you do emerge with the best choice to be the nominee. to carry the party forward and take back the white house.
that's what happens when you're playing with the big dogs. i think he will an very effective surrogate for anyone going forward. >> like rubio. >> well, you never know. >> they'll rise to the occasion. he is tremendously popular with all the governors and he was getting a lot of great calls and feedback. the bottom line is, he could be potentially attorney general. this is guy that he said, he is young. he could go forward again. maybe this was not, maybe that was not his time right now. but it could be again. >> you listen to the post new hampshire talking, the people who are leading new hampshire. it sounds like trump may tap christie and say how wiabout an endorsement? any way the polls were right about donald trump. john kasich pulled off the second place slot. iowa's winner ted cruz came in third. first let's hear from the winner. >> what do we really want to
thank? we want to thank the people of new hampshire. right? we love the people of new hampshire. i'm here a lot. we'll be back a lot. we won't forget you. you started it. remember, you started it. we are going now to south carolina. we're going to win in south carolina. >> the morning after the huge win, the donald showed a little humility. check it out. >> i think all of them. they're all accomplished people. they're governors and senators and they're all very good people. maybe. but i think probably, i wouldn't want to pick one. they're close enough. we'll see what happens. >> that's nice. donald trump is going to a soefrt tone, right? no chance. i wouldn't get too qufl this
soft tone trump. chock it up to a guy playing the game, instead of a businessman. >> i thought he was very good in his speech last night saying a lot of really talented people in the republican party. that was really nice to do and the appropriate thing. you have to coalition build and build a consensus. the one that he is still going to go against in south carolina, and the debate would be ted cruz. i think that's somebody who will give them some trouble there in terms of getting out the vote. messaging. look, cruz still did very well in new hampshire. he bested rubio. i would be very careful around him. and he is hitting donald hard and i know we'll talk about that later. >> so 35, 36%. donald trump got the polls.
kasich was second. 35% of independents chose donald trump. >> that's very interesting to me. trump did very well across the board. not only the case that he did well with independents, which is incredible. he did very well with strong conservatives. so people who are strong conservatives and independents, sort of across the spectrum of ideological beliefs. did that carry when you get into a different set of, a different dynamic down south? i don't know. remember, down south you'll have more evangelicals, more people who are self-identified as conservatives. a little bit like iowa but not obviously the same. not a caucus state. so the question is, do those people stick with donald trump? the post indicates that donald trump right now is positioned to run the tables. so the latest poll was the end
of january. trump had a 16-point lead in south carolina. does new hampshire help that in. >> it could spur activity amongst the others. i think cruz is a good showing after only spending about a million dollars in new hampshire. he has a lot. if you think of the 43-1 iowa in 2000. thought they would win new hampshire. they don't. they lose in new hampshire but they go on to win in south carolina and move on. i agree. i think that ted cruz would be the one to watch. but wisconsin was tailor made for donald trump. he won so decisively. is this the beginning of uniting the party? i don't think so. >> and don't count out bush there. >> kasich spent his whole time in new hampshire. he didn't even bother with iowa. does donald trump, does he change the angle of his drums to take ted cruz back?
>> i don't know. can i focus new hampshire for a second? so kasich and trump together got about 145,000 votes. bernie sanders got more people in new hampshire than the top two republicans. they can't be called live free or die. they close to die. they close a democratic social i have. nonleftists have to ask themselves, who will win in the general election? bernie sanders didn't just beat hillary. he beat you. >> money. does this matter in will donald trump start to take money? >> start >> yeah. who is it that sends money to a billionaire? he does take money. >> here's the thing that i
wanted to challenge you on. i don't think if you look at it as cruz at the top, i don't think cruz is a real threat to donald trump in all hogsy. i think the threat would have to come in the republican establishment lane. to me, it is occupied by governor kasich. >> in south carolina? >> i think across the south. can the republican establishment have to get behind somebody? it was rubio coming out of iowa. after new hampshire, i don't think it is rubio. >> kasich crushed it and performed. >> and they're all competitors. >> they're all going to play to win. >> he wants to win south carolina. >> this is more the governors. >> when you're at a restaurant with unfamiliar dishes, he is the chicken fingers. that's the thing you order. your safe bet. >> i love those chicken fingers. >> but that's what you order if
you don't understand anything else on the menu. >> maybe you love the taste, the christmassiness, the flavor. >> my that taxi driver was from jamaica. he's been here 18 years and he said kasich is his man. >> there is a debate. >> chicken fingers with fries? >> i think we'll be doing a live show for the big debate. much more to come on this capitrace. what makes this simple salad the best simple salad ever?
welcome back. there was breaking news. chris christie decided to suspend his campaign today and carly fiorina did as well. here's part of her statement. she said to young girls and women across the country, do not let others define you. do not listen to anyone who says you have to vote a certain way or for a certain candidate because you're a woman. that is not feminism. feminism doesn't shut down conversations or threaten women of. a feminist is a woman who lives
the life she chooses and uses all her god given gifts. a leader is not born but made. i thought that was a great statement. >> she was a powerful force out on the campaign trail and in the debate. somebody who was not afraid to tell the truth about another woman. don't be held prisoner by your gender. get out there and tell the truthful it means you're for honesty and integrity. i thought she did a really nice job and had some truly outstanding debate performances. >> and wrp chris christie, she'll be a great surrogate for whoever the nominee is. >> i love that statement. that was a shock to anyone thinking about voting for hillary clinton just because she's a woman and that whole gender thing going on. which i think somehow bernie sanders is breaking, fixing. she was a great candidate and a really good person and very
smart. >> anybody else on carly? >> a couple things. she was whitey. >> she had a keen insight into cyber security which i think is still missing in all the democratic field and most of the republican field. she is what you call a smart feminist. meaning a conservative. >> she is, kimberly is proud to be a conservative woman. you don't have to pay attention to gender. you can be a conservative woman, too. the most memorable they know for carly was that she had her moment when donald trump insulted her. and she handled with it tremendous grace in a way that put truch back on his heels. and i can't say that many people have done that but carly did. and i think there's something very important to be said about her as a woman. the only woman on the republican side in this race, what she brought to the table in terms of representing republicans in a female form.
people say she is the anti-hillary. >> and she was very strong for planner, for women and baby's lives. >> you never saw her get flustered. she was able to take it and have a great response back. you didn't see her dropping ball at all. >> and we wish her well. >> after he pulled off the third place finish in iowa, he looked for a strong second place finish. a rocky debate performance sent his performance plunging and even he admits he dropped the ball. >> i know many people are disappointed. i want you to understand something. our disappointment tonight is not on you. it is on me. it is on me. i did not do well on saturday night. listen to this. that will never happen again. >> so greg, he's trying to shore up support from support here's felt a little deflated after
last night and him coming in fifth. >> when it happened, i think the primary would be the x-ray and the prognosis of that injury. and it turned out that injury was a bad break. it would take weeks to heal and a lot of physical therapy and he might not be the same. as articulate and smart as he is, he is green. he needs to loosen up a bit. you're supposed to be on message. but you're not supposed to act like you're on message and that only happen when's you're older. you can walk around like bill clinton or donald trump and just talk and say the same things over and over again. but it feels so natural. >> or chris christie. >> it feels natural. because you've been there. >> one of the things that he might have in his favor, he has the endorsement of two key people. tim scott and then tray who has
that conservative part of the state and then jeb bush, of course, his brother will do a little campaigning. he has lindsey graham so there is a little more of a ground game utilizing senators here than we've seen in other states. >> absolutely. and they're going to have to come out and really help him. i think marco needs to do very well in south carolina. >> i think expectations are low, right? maybe you can exceed expectations if they're low? >> that's been my life. >> remember the debate. the debate happened. and everyone said, the robeo. instead of eating it then, no, i'm fine. and did he until the return of the votes came in in new hampshire. >> he needed an explanation. >> then he said it is on me in the post mortem. it should have been out immediately. it should have been listen, we're going to fix this and go forward. and i don't know. maybe it was because --
>> i think it was that everybody. and the rest his debate performance for the rest of the hour and a half was very good. and that was what the reviews. then there was a report that he saw, the twitter feed. oh, my gosh. it was worse than i thought. >> he wouldn't have to. >> i'm just trying to explain. my job is not to advise anybody. >> i'm just pointing out something, too. that he was on the post debate stance which was okay until he came in fourth. then he said, it wasn't okay. the he's going to have a tough time in south carolina. this is rough for him right now. he needs south carolina bad. >> so i think part of the problem is authenticity. marco rubio is so talented. he is a very attractive young man. got a nice story. the thing is, is he saying what needs to be said if you're in
iowa? and you'll remember while talking about jesus and suddenly, serving about jesus. and he keeps repeating it. >> i'm sorry, they all did that including donald trump who went to church with his wife. >> to your point, i agree. i'm saying, rubio went wow! now you see this in new hampshire. repeating the same lines. and he did it more recently. he repeated it again and again. >> after he was -- yeah. everybody does it. when you're young, it seems more robotic. >> 40% after new hampshire. 40% of republicans, i think. i'm interested in what you say. who are ant-trump. they're looking for somebody. >> i keep hearing this over and over. it is so ridiculous.
64% didn't like donald trump. >> okay. >> no, no. it's not math. >> that's math. >> okay. >> everyone who got 11% or 12%. >> 88% of people didn't want him? >> i would say trump plus cruz is 47%? so 47%. that still leaves the majority of republicans are for somebody else not one of those guys. >> hillary clinton didn't get the youth vote or the female vote. now she's turning to the minority vote. will it work?
then a lot of women went to hell last night. hiary got shellacked like a balloon. the only people who like her are people like her. the others went to bernie or perhaps that other be granite state. she is delightly puts the country into warring factions and then said she'll unite them again ignoring that one need not unite if you don't divide in the first place. too late for logic. recasting americans as a collection of victim classes. >> immigrant families should not have to lie awake at night listening for a knock on the door. lgbt americans should not be fired from their jobs because of who they are or who they love. when people anywhere in america are held back by injustice, that
demands action. that is why i believe so strongly that we have to keep up with every fiber of our being the argument for the campaign for human rights. human rights as women, human rights as gay rights, human rights as worker rights, human rights as voting rights, human rights across the board for every single american. >> i dig the outfit. obviously a tribute to mother superior in flying nun. but watch her cluelessly, scared of being shot by evil law enforcement and then evil law enforcement themselves. >> african-american parents shouldn't have to worry that their children will be harassed, humiliated, even shot because of the color of their skin. that's what called me to a life of service, just like millions
of teachers and nurses and police officers and firefighters and members of our armed services who get up every day and do the quiet work, the heroic work for all the ref of us. >> now police officers are heroes. this is the hypocrisy of victim harvesting. hillary collects them like action figures for her shelf while a country scratches its collective head. perhaps that's her plan all along. to i unite a country. >> turning her into howard deenl. she screamed for a second. >> that's sexist. if you talk about her shouting, that's sexist. apparently. >> man or woman, shout like that, demonize, you're the new freddy kruger. trying to scare people into voting for her. >> should he is in dire straits
and i'm not talking about the band. she mentioned the governor of michigan saying he is willfully poisoning kids to make money. >> the first thing she did was go out and go to flint michigan. this is where she's going to try to hang her hat, her cause. forgetting that it was a failure at all levels of government. state, city, state, and federal. at the e.p.a. that caused this problem and the governor is the one trying to fix it. and has said, i take responsibility. let's get it done. victim shopping. that's what she was doing. >> could this be a consequence of the fact she insultd the entire female gender? >> i'm not sure why she did that. she lost. >> we're driving back from new hampshire. we're listening to the speech. it was going on and on and on. she hit every topic three times. she went around the airport three separate times. she has a real problem. she has bernie sanders, he beat
her in new hampshire. now she has to turn it south and hope the black vote comes out for her. if bernie sanders were smart, he would continue to push her in that direction. don't forget, bill clinton, her husband while she was in the white house was the guy who brought three strikes you're out and brought welfare reform. barely hurting the african-american community greatly. i am a wrong? is this a bad assessment of bill clinton's presidency? why does hillary clinton own the black vote? >> the joke about clinton. >> the initiatives. those are really bad for the black community. >> initially those were backed by the black community. it was an anti-measure to make people feel safe. now it is turned around and people are talking about high rates of incarceration. that's the argument being used against her. >> that is my point. the grander point is, hillary clinton is hanging her hat on
the south because of the african-american -- >> i don't think there is any question. what you are talking about was her catering to a constituency she needs badly to succeed going forward. >> and barack obama used to it help marshal the african-american votes and minority votes. she knows she's failing with young women, young people. >> do you know what was striking to me. she also failed with older women. she lost older women last night. i think she did. >> she won, over 65 and over she won. and over 200,000 and over she won. >> how ironic that her husband keeps getting younger women. >> oh, boy. judge just a fair and balanced reminder from the fox news channel. hillary clinton is up big in south carolina. and hillary clinton still leads. i think it is plus 13 nationally. and up by 20 points in nevada. >> do you think if she wins, she has to pick bernie as her vp?
>> do you know what's interesting? suddenly serve coming in touch. especially at this idea, there is a left wing in this country. a strong left wing, 70%, i believe, of the democrats in iowa and new hampshire describe themselves as liberals and not socialists. >> not the can we mention one other number? on the issue of, on trust worthiness, she lost to bernie sanders 92-6. >> that's the tail right there. when they bring this recommendations for indictment. >> what about electability. >> i'm telling you right now. you're trying to put roller skates on her and push her to the finish line. >> sorry. >> when obama can't regulate environmental stuff, guess what democrats think? maybe we should get somebody who can play the game.
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all eyes are now in south carolina where the next gop contest takes place on february 20th. the candidates are spread out across the state today. ted cruz is determined not to let trump win another race. he put out a provocative new ad with kids taking aim at his
rival. >> too big to fail! >> i gave money. >> hey, harry, i'll give you money to be my friend.
he? take my house, mr. trump. >> that's a lousy house. i'm going to park my limo there. >> we wouldn't tolerate these values in our children. why would they want them in a president? >> the innocence of children, right? how they can be used as pawns. that's pretty funny buttal be it inaccurate of eminent domain. what did you think of it? >> if it is an
ad you're likely to laugh, you're more likely to remember. and ted cruz will be big a player in south carolina. i think he has a really good ground game. a solid base of support. i think anyone who underestimates him is making a mistake. >> and did he very well in new hampshire where he was not necessarily expected to do as well as he did. so yeah. he is a player for sure.
and he didn't get hit. you didn't see him get hit badly at all. generally ads like this were of a liberal kind. hiring kids, being edgy and sometimes rude. republicans never did this. they were not equipped to do it. there's some blood going into these companies where they're understanding how to do something that liberals have been doing so long. however, i have to be consistent. i don't like seeing kids in political ads. it is on the parents of the kids who let children be ma anymore-related into these political ads. i think i said that when they were doing with it obama and they have to do it now. i would make the exception if they were my kids and they were being paid really well.
f finally, finally, i clothe and feed you. >> there's something. >> you like the ads? >> i thought it was hilarious when they laughed about anthony weiner. >> that was cute. here's the problem. >> that's our maturity at the table. >> two things about being carroll. talking about donald trump's situation in atlantic city. but ted cruz, look. as he constitutional scholar. ted cruz has been in favor of eminent domain. he wanted the state of texas to build a fence at the border. >> like a wall? >> a wall. >> and paid for by the mexicans, i get it. but ted cruz is the one who is in favor of eminent domain. >> i think the point of that also was the names pelosi, reid
and anthony weiner. nobody knows what eminent domain -- i should not say nobody knows. i give that money to pelosi and reid. that's what he was going after. >> what did you think of the ad? >> i liked the ad. i think we'll see so many ads in south carolina. i think already, you know, rubio is spending money there. and he is the only person who has outspent rubio is jeb bush. he has spent $10 million. i think that ad stands out. republicans are notoriously humorless. and it is changing. finally, a funny ad. >> there is a good bernie sanders ad that i think will air in south carolina. he was actually arrested for protesting segregation in the
'60s. >> did you have a comment? >> i was going to ask if the ad was persuasively correct. >> memorable. yes. >> i liked the anthony weiner but i was not locked into eminent domain. it was the boastful stuff at the top. >> and they're in there crashing the doll house. >> the doll and the red tie. >> he'll say, it resembles me. look at my time i'm going to make america great again. clearly it needed to be taken down. stay tuned. we have some highlights of our trim to iowa and new hampshire coming up next. don't let a cracked windshield ruin your plans. trust safelite. with safelite's exclusive "on my way text"
we're still getting the sledding out of us. we're back from two busy weeks on the road. we just got back from new hampshire and before that we were in iowa. all of us together, we had a great time. but there are stories to tell and we begin with dana perino. >> i loved it. we have really been on the road for two weeks. a lot. good to be back in the studio.
i got to do yoga with tucker carlson. i'm right behind him. that was a lot of fun. greg and i took this whirl wind to florida for the book off contest. that's jasper who went with us. that was a lot of fun. i have to say maybe my favorite time in all of television was when we went sledding yesterday. i asked them to put the video up again. to show you in slow motion. >> i didn't even go. dana is down the hill and i haven't left the top. we kind of did need a steeper hill and a little less wet snow. it was a blast. >> were like in professional youtube champion. your legs crossed. what is happening? >> it's your turn to tell us about your week. we were in iowa which was fantastic. this is a great shot. we should do all of our photo shoots in this particular van.
my god. you can't even tell what we were doing the night before. we looked so good. that was super fun. then those are my two girls. on the delta flight. >> and eric right behind. >> and bolling is right behind with megan. boy did i get some pictures that i was not allowed to show. this is me. my pants are falling off. i ate snow. and i was like, hey, bolling, pull me across the finish line. that's resembling juan pulling a hillary clinton over the finish line. and then here, this is us victorious because we have survived this. breakfast of champions style, right? and that's when i became completely in love with greg's jacket. in love with greg's jacket, for who wore it best. but not as a travel partner.
greg a total hypo chondriac. what is this? what does he think will happen on this plane? apparently, it is xanax. as he bad traveller. and he started doing beautiful mind, writing all these notes. it was a blue pill. and then i had to climb on him to get my bag. >> this is a family show. >> eric, eric, tell us about your trip. >> so the first one. iowa was first. look at this set. we fell in love with this set. we had so much fun. >> next one, i spent a ton of time running in iowa. if i was not running, we are kind of drinking. >> let's focus on the very end.
>> the rule was touch the camera. >> eric knew the rules. >> that's why trump won. >> any little bit helps. >> the most memorable part was when i needed to put something up when kimberly straddled me, my face when she put her bags up and said i hope i'm not bothering you. >> and not complaining. are you sure? >> i had no choice. it was like i was being -- >> i used him as a human step ladder. i literally needle -- >> who would do that at gitmo. >> i think i have a picture of it. there it is. that was my camera. that's the camera accidentally going off in my pocket.
>> eww! >> all right, all right. >> i'm never climbing out again. >> when i go to places, i like to look around the tourist spots. here i am at the iowa state capital in des moines. in between iowa and new hampshire, i got back home to see the girls in the hood. there's tony and peopler. the girl didn't even notice that pop pop was gone. i was in new hampshire and talking to bill o'reilly and the snow was on me. >> one more thing. ♪ this is the night...
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didn't get my one more thing. any way, set your dvr so you never miss "the five." less than 24 hours after voting concluded in new hampshire, the republican caravan is already in south carolina. minus two of its passengers. the gop's only female candidate, carly fiorina, is out. and new jersey governor chris christie is also out. the chief political correspondent carl cameron is in seabrook, new hampshire, with a political view tonight. good evening. >> reporter: hi. the new hampshire primary is in the history books. both carly fiorina and chris christie were not likely to make the debate stage saturday because they couldn't neat criteria of e