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he's down towardko?háhe bottom the pack. i hate to waste time with thist guy because he's not going to g$h. >> can as president of the united states? we'll be worse off than right now and we're really bad right now. >> the only way to beat donald trumu] is to highlight the simpe truth of his record. it is not conservative. >> with nine days to go before the south carolina5a primary, republicans are sharpening their attacks and many warn of a political blood bath.e1 so kimberly, i know people ask you. why don't you want to run for public5a office? my answer, i always havee1 a dodge. the true answer is i don't think i could do that. i don't think i could attack and i don't understand if could i withstand the attack. >>eqdyes, you could. just with what i see, people freezing on the spot. >>çó i know i do. >> if brian bolling, he would bd like, whoa, i'm dropping out.
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i don't want none of that. we are listening. when rubio was doing his thing, we're all, yeah. it wasn't very5a forceful. it wasn'tt( necessarily -- he's not an attack dog. >> we haveq a clip fromu him la night on hannity'sushow. he's explain yes did not go after christie andq kasich. >> i wanted tolp avoid republic on republican violence. i did debate stage screaming back and ptu)u$ chris christie at the ti. i should have dropped inñi and talked about hisçóko record. here's what i think and what i know. when republicans arel stuff to each other, the republicans are cheering. >> i'm not interested in going on theq attack. >> whenxd people go negative, ty have something they're not doing right to connect4# and i would rather be connecting and being positive. >> okay. >> our commentary wasçó fabulou.
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>> marco rubio comes out.ñi dana notices appropriately that marco has a 5:00 shadow. >> i said nothing. >> the three ladies -- >> i'm innocent.ñi dana wasñi like,w3 i don't knowk >>. o. >> back to the point at hand. >> don't you have to attack? >> no. i thinki] you need to be true t. it feels like this is kind of a negative season and everyone is trying to attack like trump attacks.i]r i think donald trump does it çó well. i think chris christie does it well and i think ted cruz does it well. the attack or the counter punch hard.i] when they try koit, it just fee out oflp placen jeb and kasich are nice guys, nice people. for them to go on the attack.ñi it doesn't feel like he should be doing that. marco rubio, it feels like he is out of p& too. you look at it.
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he is contemplative. you want tot(qfá hear him say something really super smart. >> maybe you need to hire like an assassin. if youi] can't -- >> she said she was too innocent. now she wants to kill everyone. >> they probably hired a few assassins back in the day. >> humor. >> i don't likei] seeing too mu shooting in the side. i don't want to see the nominee limp out of the temp andñr then get smoked by hillary. in south carolina you have some wives, some divorces, some high profile kids. anything is fairçó game out the he can say he was pro obamacare. and he can hitw3 him with that. i think donald trump needs to
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hone the attack against cruz and say, listen. forget the canada stuff. we're not going to worry about that.e1e1jf thisñr guy is soft on illegale1 immigration and waterboardcn9ñ >> i think the strongest argument of the economy.çó people are saying this is notçó workinge1 for me. my wages haven't gone up but my republicans aren't the o/6 ones who have been known to throw some sharp attacks at each other. it was ine1 e1t(2008.çó can you explain? >> bill clinton said some things about barack obama that people took to mean that he was saying something racist. i'm not sure that was totally fair. it was taken that way. and i think, look. i think there's a diffe÷% between making a contrast and
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going negative.qe1 i think jeb bush has to go after the front-runner. also, part of the problemt( wit south carolina is it happened so fast, right? you have all this time inr and new hampshire and you go to south carolina and you just don't have that much time. people have a reason to vote for you. do you think people will try to throw some attack ads toward hillary clinton? >> he's done well so far. finish her off. he has to getok in there and ke raising money. he did well the other night when he gave a speech and askedi] everyone, i'm not going to hold big fatt( cat wall street fund-raiser. i'm doing it right here right now. and i'm asking if you can donate what you can. $20, $50. and the money came rolling in. >> $6 million at $37 a pop.
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>> that wasyq average. and the number of individual donors. he said that he succeeded the individual number of donors of any person, candidate running for the presidency in the united states.jf so it is pretty compelling. if help wants to actually win,w is going to have to point out the facts about hillary clinton. >> the other thing, aside from the candidates attacking each other. and there will be a debate saturdayt( night. behind the scenes, one of the things that cruz was attacked for,q kindxd of successfully. there wase@s dirty trick and tht suppressed the vote. so everyone is on notice in south carolina. there could be some dirty tricks. who are you going to vote for and they say jeb bush. oh, really? did you know these 20 things about jeb bush.
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it is a push/pull. it is a negative. is all fair in love and war? >> these candidates spend the better parti] of a year in v' q new hampshire going back and forth between iowa and new ptgpspshire. new hampshire gets in the books and immediatelyt( they have ten days to make it happenxdxd in s carolina. dirty tricks.e1 there's a super baghdad opac ou. it is a campaign staffer who has the supert( pac thate1 explicit for taking down donald trump. it is xdinsane. yout( want to talk about violatd reagan's 11th e1commandment. that's not the way to go. put up your attack ads onq tv. to go after a super pac, to go after one within the same gop.lp
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itw3 makes no e1sense. >> i don't like when newt gingrich went out. he called him a venl you are capitalist. you don't want to attack someone from the that left, specially far left. you're basically doing the opponent's work for them. to go to what jeb bush has been saying. he's been going after donald trump for his character and xd temperment. jeb has missed the boat. this country is angryq and they like that about donald trump. now they're saying he will be worse than president obama? that's not believable. he is like a dead mani] walking. he'll get put out of hislp mise down there. >> he is so smart and he has such a great record in florida. that's what he should be staying on. this attack stuff isn't working.
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attack rubio looks gross. they were friends. >> on the sports e1field. whenever this is going on. you don't trash talk.e1 some somebody like jeb who does have considerable experience, how many generals and how many prior medale1 of honore1 recipi. focus on the positives. the other people can't put that in their column. what do you havee1 in your colu. in your asset line that shows everybody why you should be chosen. i think you can do it in a nice way and becoming the opposite, the highest office of the land. >> and w. down there nowlp too. >> the one who does the most trash talkingxd is i know w.
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>> he wears it0l like a suit. >> jeb fought back against trump. you can't just sitt( theree1 an turn the other e1cheek. you do it once andhóñuthat's enough. >> coming up, hillary clinton won a big endorsement today from the political arm of the black caucus but she doesn't have a firm hand on thexd african-american vote. we'll talk about it ahead.
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minority voters play a key role in determining the democratic nominee each presidential election. that's why bernie sanders and hillary clinton are aggressively trying to secure their support. today, clinton scored a small win to support the political arm of the congressional black caucus. >> when we need someone to come to rally democrats, and especially african-americans, and at the request of the cbc, hillary clinton has been there. cbc pac in its vote, no votes
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for mr. sanders and two votes because of responsibilities voted to make sure we endorsed hillary clinton to be the democratic nominee and the next president of the united states of america. >> when it comes to the black lives matters generation, some analysts see an opening for bernie sanders. >> for this younger generation of african-americans, their number one issue, mass incarceration. criminal justice. and they look at the clintons' record on that and they are infuriated. you start to see a bunch of young african-americans saying you don't get a free pass based on what you did in the '90s. >> we'll argue about it already. >> just what i said yesterday. blend was there when he instituted the reform, the three strikes you're out. if you get caught selling go
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weed, you can go to jail. that should be strike one and strike two for the clintons should be the welfare reform that bill clinton also instituted. now, barack obama polled that. it had been put on the books by the clintons. for some reason they still want to call bill clinton the first african-american president. i don't know what that is all about. the cbc congressional black caucus didn't endorse hillary clinton today. their pac did. a big difference, right? >> the reason we make that discontinuing is because keith he will tonight sweetd, he wanted to make sure everybody knew it was the pac that endorsed and he did not have input. that could turn out to be a
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difference. making sure that everybody understand that's there is a gap there. they're trying to make the point because some people were not inclined. >> hillary thinks just because she married the first black president, she can be black. i don't think the black americans are buying that. i was reading an article. it was the federalist. >> very nice. and them bill clinton -- >> for everyone. >> only if there are pictures. bill clinton plays a sax with arsenio hall and all of black america loves him. he locked up more black americans than any other president. so black americans might be feeling the bern if they look at bernie's policies. >> can we defend the clintons on that? >> be my guest. the point of both welfare reform and the three strike you're outlaw was to help protect african-american communities who are feeling under threat from
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the threat, the fact their kids were being killed on the streets and welfare reform was something all of us supported. to help people playing it on their own. but hillary clinton can't have it both ways. >> i'm on the forefront making sure the investigations go down. the criminal justice reform, he was pressing that. she wasn't just in the white house at the time. she was on the talk shows pushing the three strike and you're out reforms. >> i very well remember when it went on the books. i was a prosecutor. that was during their time. now what do they say? >> i think the defense they give is not a defense i buy. it's this is what it was like. there is only so much you can do.
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>> i think the other thing is she gets this endorsement. is anybody questioning whether she has the establishment behind her? of course she does. this is a campaign where a lot of people don't want an establishment person. you see it on the right and the left. i think people expect more of the older african americans to vote for hillary. where sanders could chip away is with younger african-americans, college educated students. they'll be just as open to his message as young white people are. there is no reason they wouldn't be. and i think they're very upentity the criminal justice reforming it. the book, the new jim crow. the bible of the black lives matter movement. she came out and said why peel should not support hillary clinton. it was all about this issue. >> the key word that the youth like on both white or black or brown or whatever is revolution. and bernie sanders is calling for something new and different them don't want anything in the
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old. that is also hard. it is very difficult for any party to elect somebody that is of the generation behind them. >> and they don't have a connection. >> because obama was new. then to go back to an older baby boomer is very unusual. sanders seems to be defining that. everything that this tells me is that the republicans have an opening here. and they should redouble efforts to talk to young people of every race to say that economic policy matters. we have a better approach that can help knew your life. democratic socialism is not the way to go. >> try it out in south carolina. this isn't the race the clinton campaign expected, is it? she certainly isn't the inevitable nominee anymore even though the liberal media is starting no noti starting to notice trouble in her campaign. that's next.
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hillary clinton narrowly won iowa. her team is already conceding that nevada will be a tough spike cox she lose the nomination again? the main stream media isn't ruling out the possibility. >> everything that could go wrong or be in a bad place in a clinton campaign is going wrong with your campaign right now. >> watching bill clinton watch her the last few days when they've been campaigning together. previously he was on his own and as a surrogate. is watching his face. he could not mask the recognition that she's going to lose. >> this nostalgia from the '90s, it's over. it's a different party. >> if you ask howard dean, serving just fine. >> i see no evidence the campaign is in disarray. that's washington talk. >> that's not washington talk.
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>> i talk to everybody around the clintons. >> everybody around the clintons is what wrecked her campaign the last time. i wouldn't pay any attention. >> so what is he talk about? >> i tweeted right before the show, the tease so people could watch. i knew we would have this block and i was excited to talk about it. as soon as you have an ally like howard dean who at a table of journalists. no, no, her campaign is not in disarray. that's a sure sign the campaign is in disarray. it is like when a cabinet member is in trouble and, at the white house every day you have to say the president has full confidence in secretary so and so. i think andrea mitchell in particular seems to think there is a big problem. she's been covering this so long. she knows them very well. she covered hillary clinton at the state department and i'm sure the e-mail thing probably gets to her. that was happening while she was a reporter covering the state department. and right under her nose finding
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out there was a huge scandal. >> i talked to people close to the clinton campaign. what i've heard jives with everything they're saying. they are concerned they should have had a better strategy for taking out bernie sanders sooner. they he underestimated the thre. in clinton style they won't fire anybody. it was interesting that she might lose again. >> i think andrea mitchell point out. you can see, here's the thing. hillary clinton has one speed. she doesn't, she is unemotional. it is incredible. she just got thumped by 22 points. he came out with the same campaign speech. bill clinton who is a great politician would say, he would be a little humble. we have to rethink this. we have to turn some nods. fix this thing. change the recipe a little bit and he would be a little bit
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sad. she doesn't have a heart. >> doesn't have a heart. >> right. she clearly has a heart because she is alive. she doesn't have heart. >> thank you. >> he have one else in the world has highs and lows. she is mono tone in that same speed and it is annoying. >> you're right. she is an empant suit. she is losing to a socialist. that shows how far left the democratic party has gone and how terrible of a candidate that she is. >> well, they have moved, you look at the polls. no question you have far more people identifying as very liberal. far fewer moderates. that would argue that her message isn't resonating. it isn't about being an empant suit. it is that she sanitized the message. >> he has a message that is resonating. all these contributors are jumping in on and throwing cash at. they like what they're hearing. they're not trusting hillary
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clinton at all. that's one of the big things we've seen over and over. she has a messaging problem. and people who know the clintons well know they have a problem. what dana brought up the other day with david. a he will rod. >> go ahead. >> ask the tweet that went out. the problems in a campaign. you have to look at the principle. >> can i give you like a sports analogy? >> please. >> hit me. >> when you're in the zone, it doesn't matter what sport. you're playing basketball. you're hitting three-point shots. you can almost do nothing wrong. serving going right. >> see the ball. >> bernie sanders is in the zone. that puts the other team, they press. the other team tries everything. let's try this. and she is searching for the thing and she can't find it. she is trying income equality, women's issues. she can't find that thing to hang her hat on. >> it is almost a mirror image on the republican side. you have experienced people who
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know this game. they've done all of these things. >> pay attention to me. she seems to be frustrated. the other thing, i think the young democrats will get really mad when they start to realize how the game is fixed for hillary clinton on the delegate portion. how they do super delegates. even though hillary clinton lost so badly in new hampshire, she comes out of new hampshire with more delegates than bernie sanders. all those young people, when they realize that. the dnc will have even more problems. >> i feel so bad for hillary clinton. she is such a tragic figure. you have lewinsky and then obama stealing the election and now sanders will do it again. maybe the fbi this time. this woman can't win. >> she hasn't actually lost yet, just to be clear. we've only had two states. >> she did lower expectations in nevada. today they were trying to say, nevada might not work for us. we'll see.
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>> we'll see. still to come, the fastest seven. first, iran celebrated the anniversary of the islamic revolution today by re-enacting the capture of our sailors and released new propaganda video. you're driving through the woods when a majestic beast runs into view. then you run into a tree.
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today while the country celebrated the 37th anniversary of the revolution, the chants were loud and clear. death to america, death to israel. so any american sentiment hasn't waned. but the country is showing its kindness now. remember? >> i'm appreciative of the quick
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and appropriate response of the iranian authorities. all indications tell us that our sailors are well taken care of. >> continuing their propaganda stunl, iran released new footage of yesterday's sailors in tears. some republican candidates are irate. >> this says that we're not serious. we won't stand up for our values or our people. the next president of the united states needs to say there are severe consequences. >> it is disgraceful and it definals words. only they would humiliate our sailors. that image of our sailors on their knees will come to encapsulate the failure of the obama administration.
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>> fit obama was be president in the 1930s, he would thank the japanese for bombing pearl harbor. >> don't forget, we were in the process of handing over $100 billion that they say was theirs. i say we should have never done this deal. to re-create the capture of our sailors and hold the guns to their heads. they continue to do it more. most people wouldn't do that. remember when ronald reagan got into office and two days later, all the hostages were released from iran? they didn't want to deal with ronald reagan. they don't mind dealing with barack obama. they're not afraid. when john kerry says thank you for giving our sailors back. that's crazy. >> why doesn't president obama project american power? >> the chinese hack us, we do nothing. isis runs wild. we do nothing.
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the iranians spit in our face. obama is golfing. >> like cheese which is tasty. this is someone who wants to speak in glowing term. this is one world together. he is not into american exceptionalism. it is contrary to his view. he is more interested in getting excited about global warming and climate change. he has allowed our country to be humiliated and has allowed christians to be beheaded. where is this strong leader that we are accustomed to as a country? like someone we were talking about like ronald reagan. >> you're a democrat. you can't defend this guy.
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>> i can defend him on plenty of things but not on this. but to be fair, john kerry did come out and say he was furious when they did the re-enactment. >> kerry was furious. >> they should have been furious in the first place. it more infuriating. i never thought because we did a deal with them they would start behaving well. i think do you deals with your enemies. this is something, i agree. he should be angry and it is one of his failings. when this happens, he is very cool. >> this doesn't really smell right to me. you have the president getting embarrassed all over by these muslim countries.
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he is apologizing to the muslim world and bringing up crusades. there is something fishy about this guy. >> also something strange about this video. if our soldier is crying, our sailor is crying, what was making him cry? that's what i would want knowledge to. >> the other thing, if i could put proen on the psychiatrist couch. i think that he thinks it is a blix on the radar screen. a comma in the history books. he wants to be a transformational president. he has changed american foreign policy. leading from behind is the new way to go. so i think what has happened, he strengthened the hard liners. he gave away our leverage including the money. >> why wouldn't you? if you you're going to punish me like that, $100 billion, let me do whatever i want.
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welcome back. one investment host. first up we all know david did the spot-on bernie sanders impression. now let's look at jimmy fallon feeling the bern. >> i, bernie sanders, and this microphone isn't even on. i'm speaking to claim victory in the hal happen primary over she who must not be named. we won and i feel like a million bucks. a million bucks. which of course means i will now evenly distribute myself among the middle class. >> all right. pretty darn good, bernie sanders from fallon. >> he is pretty good. now he has a lot of material to work with. i wonder if kimmel will do it
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next. larry david is so good. >> i think i like it that fallon has the hand gesture. >> it looks like he's playing the piano as he talks. >> i think it is a tie for me. a tie. >> come on! >> he has got the shoulders better, i think. >> he has the physical mann mannerisms down. >> they are the same age. >> speaking of impressions, johnny depp doing donald trump. posting this video, almost an hour long. >> let me tell you who i talk on so far this week. >> mr. gorbachev, tear down this wall. i can build you a nicer one. >> sue them! >> you have to change your mind. don't change it too soon.
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we need that plot. >> all right. >> successful people are always on the phone. even if there is no one on the other end. >> a short bit would have been funny. funny or die. it's just too much. >> i thought it was all right. it was an hour long. >> i think the media, specially entertainment industry is secretly rooting for a trump presidency. four years of this guy, i mean that's just comedy goal right there. what happens if hillary clinton is elected? it's funny that bill is back in the white house. the interns will go wild. that's the only thing that's funny. >> doing donald trump. does everyone think they can do a donald trump? >> nobody does it well. i really think he is so funny and entertaining on his own. and that's part of the reason he has done so well. not just the revolution part of burn et al. down for the establishment. i think if you have a voice like
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that and presence and an ability to entertain, people will want to listen to you. i think everyone else is a pale second. >> fallon is pretty good. i hike fallon. and i think they have good energy when they go on. very funny. >> but donald trump -- >> he's funnier when he is being funny. >> or just normal. he holds the hole town. it's hilarious. >> i'm used to having a press conference when he says china or what have. he's scary but funny. >> back to the tonight show. peyton manning joins the post super bowl win. he was asked why he was in the stands cheering on his brother. >> i've seen that look before. i recognize it. some other big moments of my life, he had that similar expression. >> we have a cut-out here of
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that. >> 18 years ago, i call help before. guess what, the colts are going to draft me number one in the nfl draft. >> that was five years ago. ashley and i are expecting twins. you're going to be an uncle. >> now i will tell you, watching eli manning play, and we go to a lot of giants games. he throws a touchdown pass. he is here. he throws the interception, he is here. a steady eddie but two different styles. >> so apparently the reason he had that space was he was analyzing the next play. >> but you've been going. >> what was i going to say that was so funny? you know what it reminded me of?
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remember joe biden and he was out of the oval office and everybody put a little caption? i love those. >> your thoughts on peyton and eli? >> yeah. now his brother has two super bowl rings. that was the one thing he had on his older brother and now they're tied. i thought we were going to show the video of peyton smashing the eggs. >> that's great with the yek roulette. yeah. >> come on. if peyton retires, he has his shot. >> what's everything roulette. >> it's a carton of eggs and some are raw and some are not. >> that should be our next competition after sledding. >> it's pretty bad. >> but we have a video. so he lost. >> yeah. actually -- i would do that. >> there are three raw eggs and whoever gets two first loses.
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>> i know even less about sports. >> what do you know about eggs? >> they're football players. >> i got in the kitchen one time with someone making me breakfast with eggs. >> we should probably go now. one more thing next. ♪ ♪ it was always just a hobby. something you did for fun. until the day it became something much more.
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it's time for one more thing. >> i got up real early this morning and i met with the publishers of a new book. take a look at the picture. they put this mock cover up. they're extremely excited. it will be very political, very provocative and it will publish fourth of july, just in front of the big 2016 election. >> fantastic. wake up america. >> thanks. i'm new at this. >> i think i woke everyone up. wake up america. >> thank you. want to take a moment. this is a very difficult week for law enforcement with the death, the shooting death of five on duty officers. and we want to hear more positive stories about officers, they put their lives on the line for us. they're always giving back to the communities. taking public safety as the number one priority. these three ohio police
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officers, drew jones, travis moyers, and jeremy from the police department in ohio gave a new basketball hoop to some neighborhood kids. they saw these kids playing basketball and they had one. it was missing a back board. they took it upon themselves to go out and get that and put it up so these kids could have a neighborhood to play in. it is such a wonderful thing. it is very special. and of course, the chief there said this is something from their hearts. so thank you so much, officers. all right. i am going to savannah tomorrow. savannah books festival. i was not going to mention the name of my book because we just chastised eric for not doing it. the author of devil in the white city. it is about chicago. and he has a knew book called the lucitania. my presentation is on saturday
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at 2:50 p.m. trinl united methodist church in savannah, beautiful city to visit and i get to see jasper tomorrow. oh! that's really the reason i'm happy. i hear you have a very good one more thing for us. >> let's set the expectations low. tonight a watters world. after the new hampshire primary, i asked people who won. take a look. >> who would have been last night. >> who won last night? >> i did not see the game last night. >> the islanders. >> he didn't look too good. >> you're talking about last night's game, the knicks? >> something political. i don't know. >> bernie sanders and donald trump. >> yes! yes! >> do you know where new hampshire is? >> somewhere in long island. >> what is wrong with you? >> there you go. tonight's watters world.
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>> thank you for playing. >> like dana, i was excited to see this video about in brooklyn, there is a new place called dog parker. when you're out shopping, and you want to just have your dog have a miss the place to stay. this is air conditioned. and it is monitored. you can leave your dog in there. it is a pay by the minute kind of thing. >> let me tell you, jasper would not go in there. >> nor would my dog. >> a great business idea. don't give me wrong. >> if you live in brooklyn and you don't want to tie your dog up outside. a great idea. >> you'll have homeless people do that. >> you can do it in washington, d.c. it is in brooklyn and i think people are doing it. >> if it was in new york, it would be stolen in five seconds. >> they're going to love this. watchful. >> set your dvrs. never miss an else of "the five."
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"special report" is next. hillary clinton and bernie sanders prepare for a debate in an increasingly bitter and personal clash. while republicans talk bad attitudes, bad language and bad judgment. this is "special report." >> we are about three hours away from what promises to be a crucial xat between hillary clinton and bernie sanders. trying to build a huge momentum coming out of new hampshire. for the republicans in south carolina, the attacks are more personal as the


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