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invidious. tomorrow, "watters world." you've got to see this one. just remember, the spin stops here because we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight. a brand new fight in the republican race for the white house as two candidates drop out and senator ted cruz declares it is really all about him and donald trump now. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm megyn kelly. governor chris christie and businesswoman carly fiorina called it quits, leaving a field of just six major candidates on the gop side. at the top, donald trump. the man today celebrating last night's big win in new hampshire, and senator ted cruz, who claimed the top spot in iowa last week and outperformed expectations in the granite state. and now the focus moves on to south carolina, where senator
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cruz is telling voters the only way to stop trump is to support him, cruz. moments ago, trump was on "the o'reilly factor" answering questions about senator cruz. >> well, he may be. he may be. but i really view them all. i thought marco would be there and he had a bad debate. we have a big debate coming up on saturday night. we'll see how it goes. i like the debating. it's worked out well for me. >> senator, great to see you. we want to ask you about this race. now donald trump has come out in the wake of his big win in new hampshire and said this, as he said before, is a movement. and members of the press are now saying that he may be unstoppable in his path to the nomination. your reaction to that? >> well, listen, last night we had a fantastic victory. it was the second week in a row that the voters defied the media pundits. two weeks ago, all the pundits
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on every show were saying there's no way we could win in iowa, that trump was going to win in iowa, that he was unstoppable. then we saw the biggest turnout in the history of the iowa caucuses and we won an incredible victory in iowa. we won across the board with conservatives, reagan democrats, we even won among young people. it was an incredible victory in iowa. the next week, everyone in the media said okay, fine, cruz won in iowa, but there's no way a conservative can do well in new hampshire. it's a moderate new england state. conservatives, you cannot get support there. last night we astonished the pundits again with a strong third place finish and unifying the conservative movement. now we're headed to south carolina, to nevada, to the super tuesday s.e.c. primary. and i think at this point, it is becoming more and more a two-man race between me and donald trump. and what we're seeing is conservatives uniting behind our
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campaign and if conservatives continue to unite, we're going to win the nomination. that's also how we win the general. >> donald trump won with conservatives, even in new hampshire. he won with every demographic group, the old, young, college educated, the uncollege educated. men, women, why? >> donald had a good night last night. new hampshire is a good state for a liberal republican, or for a republican like donald trump who spent the first 60 years of his life describing himself as very, very pro choice, supporting partial birth abortion. new hampshire is a good state for a republican like that. donald trump is someone who emphatically supported barack obama's bailout of wall street, supported obama's stimulus plan. and on health care, donald trump is calling for the same socialized medicine that bernie sanders is. both are saying expand obamacare
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to put the government in charge of our health care, which will lead to rationing of care and seniors being denied of care. those views resonate well with a moderate to liberal audience. in south carolina, i don't think people are interested in a candidate who won't defend marriage and supports big government bailouts. they're looking for a strong, constitutional conservative. that's why our support continues to surge as we're seeing that old reagan coalition coming together. we are seeing conservatives and evangelicals and reagan democrats uniting. that's what it will take to win. >> he says about the obamacare line is not true, that he doesn't support that. he used to be in favor of single payer health care. he told "60 minutes "in september that he's going to take care of everyone health care wise and the government will pay for it. but he's leading in all polls by
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16 points. those polls haven't been redone since iowa, but why do you think given what you just said he's doing so well in the poll there is? >> let's be clear on health care. even now as a candidate, donald says we need full-on socialized med sun. in the republican debates, he said we ought to have socialized medicine like canada and scottland and he said if you and republican voters don't support socialized medicine, then you are heartless and you want to let people die in the streets. we hear that all the time from hillary clinton and bernie sanders. i don't think voters are interested in hearing a republican candidate say you're heartless if you don't want to see government take over health care. if his own words he describes
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himself very liberal on health care. if you want to repeal every word of obamacare, that's what will i do and pass common sense health care and keeps government from getting between us and our doctors. >> let's talk about marco rubio who now is admitting that he had a bad debate performance last saturday night. now some people are saying he's out. do you believe it's over for him? >> oh, listen, i don't know. marco is a good guy. he's a friend. he had a tough night on saturday night, and obviously the results of new hampshire were not what he had hoped for. we'll see what's happening. his super pac continues to run attack ads hitting us, so we'll see what they do. what i think the race is going to come down to is simply going to be who do the voters trust. we have been burned, megyn, over and over again. we keep winning elections and the people who we elect don't do what they want.
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i don't think the conservatives in south carolina want to dominate another deal maker, someone who is going to cut deals with harry reid and nancy pelosi, barack obama, someone who will surrender and give in on our principles. i think what we're looking for is a consistent conservative, someone who will stand for the constitution and bill of rights, with the working men and women of this country. i think that's why we have now to date had over 800,000 contributions, folks going on line to tedcruz.org. it's a grassroots movement and it's coming from we the people who are fed up with washington. >> the cruz ground game has received nothing but praise. you're well positioned in south carolina. the question is, what do your competitor's ground games look like? there is big news today. a shocking video released by iranian state tv. this really shocked you, this --
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how our sailors were treated by the iranians. here is an american sailor crying while in the custody of the iranians. the iranians released this today. this is what our secretary of state john kerry said about the treatment of our sailors, include thing one. listen. >> i also want to thank the iranian authorities for their cooperation and quick response. all indications suggest or tell us that our sailors were well taken care of, and that is a testament to the critical role that diplomacy plays in keeping our country safe, secure, and strong. >> he thanked them, senator. he thanked >> look, sit disgraceful and it defies words. only barack obama and john kerry would thank iran for capturing and trying to humiliate american sailors. that image of our sailors on
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their knees will come to encapsulate the failures of the obama-clinton foreign policy. >> now they're trying to humiliate them and the country further apparently after they get the benefits of this deal. >> this is what happens when you have a commander in chief who is spineless. in the middle of this nuclear negotiations, the ayatollah khomeini attended a rally where they burned american and israeli flags and chanted "death to america," and obama and kerry did nothing. not too many days ago, an iranian drone buzzed the "uss harry truman." we should have shot down that drone. this weakness is unacceptable and invites more threats from iran and our enemies like north korea. i'll tell you this, megyn, as i campaign across the country, every day i encounter members of our military who say they cannot wait to have a commander in chief who will stand with them. i want to take a minute on your
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show just to speak to every serviceman and woman, every soldier and sailor, marine, and coast guardsman who has had a commander in chief who doesn't stand for you, who puts you into combat with rules of engagement that tie your arms behind your back. it is disgraceful, wrong, and you have my commitment, it will end on january 20th, 2017. you're going to have a president who has your back. >> obviously the obama administration feels good about the iranian deal. but that type humiliating our soldiers is something. i want to ask you, before i let you go about north korea. you left the campaign trail and gone back to washington. there was an important vote on north korea, and increasing sanctions on it. it just doesn't seem to care about our attempts to reign in their nuclear program. >> president obama is using the same appeasement with them.
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he describes his philosophy as strategic patience. well, that has been a manifest disaster. the president needs to reimpose sanctions on north korea. china is the patron of north korea. we need to install anti-ballistic missiles in south korea to knock down these missiles and list north korea as a state sponsor of terrorism today. this missile launch from north korea launched a satellite into space. it's circling the earth every 94 minutes. that crossed directly above levi stadium where the super bowl was held minutes after the super bowl ended. if they had detonated a nuclear weapon above the super bowl, it could have done catastrophic damage and the obama administration has done utterly nothing to keep this country safe. it is dangerous, unacceptable. and i think this is the single
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most issue of the 2016 election. the voters are looking for who has the experience, the knowledge, and the judgment to keep this country safe. as commander in chief, that will be my highest priority is keeping america safe. >> senator ted cruz, thanks for being here. >> thank you, megyn. god bless. the other candidate who outperformed expectations last night, governor jeb bush. he's here next to talk about trump, cruz, and whether he's about to go after marco rubio and john kasich and how. plus, chris stirewalt, dana perino and stewart stevens are here to explain why the south carolina primary could turn into a blood bath. then why are hillary clinton and bernie sanders working so hard to win support from al sharpton? that debate just ahead.
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south carolina's been good to the bushes in the past, and i'm hoping and praying it will be good again ten days from now.
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thank you all very much. [ applause ] >> that was governor jeb bush today in south carolina talking about the bush family legacy there. both his father and brother emerged as primary winners there before going on to win the white house. the latest polls on south carolina were taken before the votes in iowa and new hampshire. but at last check they suggested a hard fight ahead for jeb bush. the question is, can he turn that around with some help from some messengers like this one? >> this is president george bush. we live in troubled times with a military deployed around the world. we need a strong leader with experience, ideas, and resolve. there's no down that jeb bush will be a great commander in chief for our military. jeb has dealt with crises as the governor of florida and did so with a resolve and steadiness of a good leader. he respects and honors the military.
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he can make the tough decisions to keep america safe and our country free. and in a time of crisis, he be a steady hand. >> joining me now from south carolina, republican candidate for president and former florida governor jeb bush. governor, good to see you tonight. so this is the first time we've heard from your brother, also known as the former president of the united states, in support of you, officially in this campaign. why now? >> well, because we're starting the process. we've had, you know, six months of preliminary activities. we had one caucus and one primary, 18 delegates have been given out to the front running candidate. we got a long way to go. this is the proper time for my brother to express his support for my candidacy. he's pretty popular here in south carolina. i'm expecting people will appreciate seeing him and they certainly like the ad. >> he's hugely popular in the republican party. 77% approval rating among republicans now, largely due to
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the dignity he's shown since leaving office. he hasn't piled on to the attacks on barack obama. so now he's going to come out positively in your favor, and the question is, what does -- what do your rivals do? what does trump do? because he's already gone after our former president as "a disaster." your thoughts? >> yeah, well, he attacked my mother for campaigning for me. we're reaching a point in our country where you can't even have your mom show up to campaign for you in new hampshire? it's pretty funny actually. of course, they're going to campaign for me. they love me, i love them. i'm proud of being a bush and i'm running with my record and detailed plans to fix people's lives. that's what this campaign is about. so if donald trump wants to go after my brother, man, i think that won't be helpful. >> what is your plan now? i know that you were asked about this. there is a memo that says jeb
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bush is going to go after it. this comes from your campaign, that your fire power is going to be aimed at kasich and rubio. in response to which, many people said, they are not the front-runners by any stretch of the imagination. why wouldn't you be taking the jeb bush money and firing that at donald trump or ted cruz? >> hey, i read that memo, and there's no attacks suggested in that memo. if you read the memo, it just says there will be a chance now to compare and contrast records. i have a conservative proven record. it's an advantage. why wouldn't i toot my own heart when i cut taxes, reformed our education system, took on powerful interests and won. and it compares that to of governor kasich, who is a good governor. i didn't stay there was going t
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be scorched earth ads. >> do you have your eyen to the wrong guy? >> no, no. you don't follow my around, i guess. because there's one candidate that has taken on trump -- >> i have heard that. >> check the twitter feed from donald trump and see the vitriol coming my way. it's because i'm taking him on. he's not a conservative. he's a person that tries to insult his way to the nomination. he's a great entertainer. but he's not a leader, and i take him on. he doesn't like it. everybody else is in the witness protection program. so the reality is, that i'm taking on the front-runner because i don't think he's the appropriate guy to lead the conservative party to victory in november. but at the same time, when people ask me did you support expanding medicaid, i said no. as a private citizen, i lobbied
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the house representatives to not expand medicaid. that's fair game, isn't it? that's just reality. >> you've been very critical on the trail, as has your mom, barbara bush, about trump's vulgarity, including the use of the "p" word in front of an arena full of people and he explained that to nbc's lester holt yesterday. listen here. >> okay. >> i'm wondering to myself, would you say that as president of the united states? >> no. >> on the podium? are you going to be a different guy? >> i went to the best schools, i was a good student, i have an uncle who was one of the top professors at m.i.t. there's a good gene pool right there. i have to do what i have to do. >> it's not an act? >> no. last night i had thousands of people and it was a word a woman
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kept shouting it, i only repeated the word, and the place was wild. standing ovation, everything. >> so your thoughts on that, the uncle at m.i.t.? >> i had a town hall meeting and a kid at the very end asked me, are you going to be as mean and ugly as donald trump? that was his question. he's hearing this stuff. people hear it. you don't want kids hearing this stuff. the presidency should be sacred ground. it should be the place that people are inspired by the leader. it needs to be the place where we unify around a set of common purpos purposes. he did say it, and he's done far more than the "p." he's got every other word. i just reject that kind of
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notion that is the way our country will move forward. >> lastly, i want you to weigh in on this video released on iranian television on our u.s. sailors while in iranian custody, include thing man crying. our government has thanked iran for the way it treated our sailors while in its custody and now they released this in an attempt to embarrass them. your thoughts? >> it's disgusting that john kerry would thank the iranian government, would appease them, and basically allow for the public humiliation. tweeted out by the supreme leader by the way. this is not something where you can say this was done by low level people. this is how they roll, and we concede one thing after another to the iranians. when we had the hostage release for people held illegally in the country for people that committed crimes here, several
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days afterwards, a university of virginia student was captured in north korea. this sends a signal not just as it relates to the middle east or iran, this is a signal around the world that we're not serious anymore and we won't stand up for our values or people anymore. and the next president of the united states needs to restore the sense that there are severe consequences for capturing american sailors. i would like to see what happened here and why the united states government apologized basically to get their release. >> governor bush, great to see you. thank you for being here. >> thanks, megyn. >> all the best. the number of political advisers are warning the south carolina primary could turn into a blood bath. we'll show you why after the break. plus, does al sharpton hold the key who gets the democratic nomination? >> my concern, andrea, is the first time in american history a
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we are now just ten days away from the next big republican contest, south carolina. and already there are warnings that this case is about to get ugly in ways we have not seen since perhaps the 2000 primary between george w. bush and john mccain. remember last night in new hampshire, just a couple thousand votes separated the third, fourth, and fifth place finishers, meaning next vote could make or break any number of campaigns, similar to what happened to mccain back in 2000. in moments, we'll be joined by my panel. but we begin with trace gallagher who has a little history behind this showdown. >> reporter: for gop candidates, winning south carolina is coveted for two reasons. one, south carolina has a wide cross section of evangelicals, military personnel and retires. and two, except for backing newt gingrich in 2012, south carolina has chosen every gop nominee since 1980.
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and that kingmaker reputation means south carolina tends to get vicious. the rubio campaign is vowing revenge against the bush campaign for attacks. saying -- >> and then there's attack adds that are already on the air. but they have a ways to go to top the nastiness of the 2000 presidential primary between george w. bush and john mccain. where the bush campaign was accused of trying to smear mccain by suggesting the senator had fathered a black child out of wedlock and his wife was a drug addict. here's mccain responding at the time. listen. >> the worst campaigns call up people and say negative things about the candidates. look, i'm worried, quite frankly, where the bush campaign is going. >> the negative campaign is
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widely credited with halting john mccain's momentum and giving bush south carolina. although to this day, the bush campaign says it was not behind the attack ads. >> trace, thank you. joining me now chris stirewalt, dana perino, and stewart stevens. okay. let's start with what happened with jeb bush there, because he is going to go after rubio, and he is going to go after kasich, according to this memo, chris. and there is, as i said, there's the quarterback with the ball like every -- looking back at the guys limping behind him and he's about to go into the end
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zone. >> and you so you what donald trump just did. he just did what he said he was going to do. he not only met but slightly exceeded the expectations of preelection polls. he did it. his voters came out and there's no reason to think he's not going to do it in south carolina today. i want to tell you when i listen to jeb bush talk and others in this race talk, sit like they are living in the past, like it's a different time. donald trump, he will -- if donald trump is not going to be the republican nominee, it's because somebody will have to take him on in a direct way. jeb bush has taken him on, but if you're trying to knock out the lower rung guy to be the last guy standing, you may be too late when you get there. >> dana, trump has got a much lower ceiling on his support than the normal front-runner has and referred back to that gallup
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poll january 30th showing trump has unfavorables that are 60%. 60% dislike him, which is the worst number among any nominated candidate since gallop began tracking. so there is a question about how long he can keep it going if the rest of the field winnows. >> donald trump would take a statistic like that and say look, i even win that category. i'm number one. and i want to be unfavorable, because if you look at one of the exit polls, 88% of the people said they're angry and he's tapped into that. i think the bigger battle you're likely to see, that the parallel you should be looking at, if jeb bush goes after marco or trump or all of them, watch for cruz.
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43 won iowa, lost new hampshire, wins in south carolina. if you follow cruz, i think that's the one that trump out to look out for. >> stewart, 43 may be like cruz, but cruz, unlike 43, is not a unity candidate. he got 12% in new hampshire, which is in line what huckabee and santorum got after they won iowa. and they didn't go anywhere. and the gop elites are very much opposed to cruz as they are to trump. so how do you see the role? >> i think he's the odds on favorite to win the nomination. >> more than trump? >> more than trump. he's a candidate made to win republican primaries. i don't think he's a strong election candidate. but he has an idealogical base, that's something that donald trump doesn't have.
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i think what you guys have been saying about donald trump and the fact that no one has been attacking him, that's the key to his success. anybody can do well if nobody is trying to tackle him. he just walked into the end zone in new hampshire. it seems to be who can finish in second or third and not win. >> they are moving on to south carolina, which is going to be critically pointed. as we pointed out, it's historically brutal. george w. bush won it in 2000, but it was a brutal battle. here's just a sampling of the back and forth about the dirty tracks. >> are you saying that governor bush was responsible for that call? >> i don't know who was responsible for it, but the attacks go on. >> let me say one thing about all this business, john.
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>> i told you, i pulled them all down. >> you didn't pull this ad. this that ended up in a man's windshield yesterday. this is an attack piece. >> that is not by my campaign. >> it says paid for by john mccain. >> which was a good moment for george w. bush. but somebody behind our former president was viciously attacking john mccain. are we likely to see that -- stewart, let me start with you. are we likely to see that level of ugliness this time around? >> well, i'm just going to say for the record, i think the ugliness of this has been somewhat exaggerated. i don't think that's why john mccain lost. if you look at the dynamic, he won in new hampshire because he appealed to independents. >> like trump. >> like trump. he got down to south carolina, and the fact -- he never defined himself idealogical as a conservative. that was good for new hampshire,
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bad for south carolina. that's why he lost south carolina more than anything else. >> but why is trump polling so far ahead in south carolina? >> listen, i remember vividly after we lost a 65 point lead and lost by 19 with bush in new hampshire, which you really have to work at, we were 20 points down when we landed the next morning in south carolina with ten days to go. so these things are very, very fluid. but you have to engage. i think donald trump has to be defined here by the field. he is a very unlikely candidate to win in iowa and unlikely to win in south carolina. >> let me get dana in here on marco rubio and whether you think we can see a resurrection. >> this is his moment if he's going to do it. it's interesting to read the reactions of the young people. there's a lot of energy of young
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people that adore him and are very deflated today. i talked to a couple of people who were around him who said he seemed in good spirits but he wants to win and he's a competitor and he has to have a good few days and excellent debate. the other thing i would mention, south carolina is not just is a difficult and nasty campaign for republicans. remember what happened in 2008. this is when barack obama and hillary clinton battled it out. someone on the obama campaign accused bill clinton of being a racist. >> so we said goodbye to carly fiorina and chris christie. probably ben carson, i don't know. i don't want to start that rumor. >> chris christie was very
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consequential in new hampshire. because he weaponized himself to blow up marco rubio, to do the work of jeb bush. so that's the deal. and i promise you this, if jeb bush succeeds in jack rocking marco rubio, as he's trying to get there. if he tries to come back as he tries to restore himself down there, if jeb bush succeeds in squelching that, i think stewart is 100% right that ted cruz's path to the nomination opens wide up. >> very interesting. good discussion on the beginning of lent. great to see you. >> you bet. >> thank you all. just a couple of weeks ago, richard dreyfuss was spotted at a ted cruz campaign event and he's been kicked out of hollywood. we have new fallout from the story that absolutely blew up. plus, does al sharpton hold
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big win in new hampshire, senator bernie sanders was not in south carolina, not leading a rally, and not doing a fund-raiser. instead, he was meeting with reverend al sharpton in new york city. and he's not alone. hillary clinton was also reportedly courting the reverend al just hours after last night's results. so what's going on here? richard fowler is a radio host, kevin jackson is a fox news contributor and executive director of the blackfear.net. >> al sharpton speaks for some african-americans. if you look at south carolina carefully, and what's going to be happening in the next couple of days, you have the black lives matter african-american voters looking to an answer to
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massive incarceration and olders african-americans looking for something else. al sharpton speaks to a cross section of that population. >> you're skipping the lead, which is sanders doesn't have the support of african-americans at all, according to the polls. and hillary does. and if sanders doesn't start picking up some support in the african-american, he's done. 74% in south carolina are with hillary and 17% with bernie. the race -- you cannot win as a democratic nominee if you don't have the support of african-americans. >> that's right, megyn. what you're seeing from the sanders' campaign is they're working very aggressively to target african-american voters. whether it's sitting down with al sharpton or finding other ways to target young african-american voters, he's doing everything he can to find out how to get to young african-american voters. >> is that how you do it, you
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get reverend al to say, he's good? feel the bern? >> the bids are coming in, megyn, on black people. and reverend al noticed how much jeb bush paid for some white folks up in iowa and he's happy to see bernie, because that's what is happening now. the democrats are pandering to blacks. >> we don't know that any money changed hands. they just had a cup of tea. >> the money is changing hands, because it's insulting that this man would go to talk to al sharpton as if he's the purveyor of black thought and the black vote. it's insulting! he might as well have brought a representative from kentucky fried chicken and said let the bidding begin. >> i don't get that. >> i don't get it either. >> it's a pander. it is a pander to black people. instead of talking to blacks individually and saying hey, folks, here are the things i'm
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interested in, he's going to interrupt a trip where he should be in south carolina and make a detour to talk to a man that is insignificant. >> i would note for the record while they had their tea, they denied having fried chicken because the reverend al lost 176 pounds. >> i want to say he's a vegan. >> moving on. >> speak to that, richard. because obviously al sharpton is a controversial figure. the stuff he said after ferguson where he was saying there's no deadly threat and as it turns out there was. the doj concluded that officer was facing a deadly threat. go ahead. >> i think some would ago the president of the nra is a controversial figure, as well. clearly kevin hasn't realized we're in a presidential election where candidates court votes in many different ways. you seen ted cruz had a rally at a prayer meeting to court the
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evangelical vote. >> his point is that al sharpton doesn't speak for african-americans -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> now that richard brings up ted cruz, ted cruz is a christian and he's not courting the evangelical vote, that's the media saying that. ted cruz is living a christian life. he talks about it openly. he isn't going to meet with churches and saying let me pander to the evangelicals. everybody is going to recruit the typical people -- >> that's what bernie sanders is doing in new york city. >> no, it isn't. bernie sanders is pandering. >> please explain the difference to me. >> we've got to leave it. we got to leave it without
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getting it. thank you, guys. >> my pleasure. >> look at my power. the director takes them away. but i thank them. after richard dreyfuss was spotted at a ted cruz richard dreyfus at a ted cruz campaign event, he was kicked out of hollywood. it's official. that bernie madoff thing -- no. that bernie madoff thing -- no. there's a respons
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the x1 voice remote is here. x1 customers get your voice remote by visiting xfinty.com/voiceremote. growing backlash against liberals and some folks online who were simply horrified to spot hollywood icon richard dreyfus at an iowa campaign even for ted cruz. he's out of the club. trace gallagher with the report live from the west coast newsroom. trace? >> reporter: the fact that richard dreyfus at a ted cruz rally got tongues wagging and in the front row reserve seats begs whether the presence is support and he said, no, saying, quote, it suggested i'm interested in what we has to say. we come at it from different places but he reveres the constitution and the bill of rights. dreyfus is a supporter of the bill of rights and cited with
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the national rifle association in the gun control debate and called for the impeachment of george w. bush and saying that the gop is in danger of a joke party, extremist party saying, quote, i'm looking the see if anyone is going to revive the old republican party. thats s nnostalgia did not sit with some. one said i'm look to see if anyone is going to revive the old republican party? you know, the racist and home foeb one. dreyfus is supporting ted cruz and i feel so vindicated for arguing that mr. holland was a total blank. his son wrote an editorial in support saying it's not shocking that people confuse curiosity with support. it should not be a badge of pride in your own ideas and also at a dad, you can just drop me off right here. oh no, i'll take you up to the front of the school.
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