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through the parking lot with flat tires. the person now in custody. and the ugly, this is why you don't slide down escalators. this man tries to slide down a banister with beer in hand before painfully landing on the stairs. ouch. let's keep talking about the race for the white house. stepping up attacks on the bush brothers, tell help donald trump? weigh in on our facebook page. >> see you tomorrow. "fox & friends" starts right now. bye-bye. hi, friends. good morning, it's tuesday, the 16th of february, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. as donald trump slams president george bush over his legacy, the former president hits the campaign trail for his brother, jeb. >> there seems to be a lot of name-calling going on. i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans. >> the big question this morning -- will trump's attacks backfire or propel him to victory in south carolina? and hillary clinton's white
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house dreams have officially gone to the dogs. watch this. >> every time they say these things like, oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation -- [ barking ] >> oh, wow. >> woof! why was she barking at a rally in reno? tell help her with the canines? >> wow. we will see. music's biggest night, one big mess. adele silenced. [ no audio ] ♪ before you know >> ouch. interesting. and rapper kendrick lamar sings in handcuffs. the racially charged performance everyone's talking about today. here, mornings are better with friends. >> hey, friends. good morning. we're all visiting the couch this morning. >> we are. and glad to be here. there is a lot of drama happening out on the campaign
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trail. >> got it. >> for the first time in seven years, george w. bush is back giving a public speech in a political contest. it was for his brother and happened in charleston. here's what he said -- >> came here for two reasons. one because i care deeply about jeb. two, because i care deeply about our country. [ applause ] being your president was a high privilege, and the honor of a lifetime. by the way, if serving as president of the united states makes me a part of the so-called establishment, i proudly carry that label. [ applause ] there seems to be a lot of name namecalling going. on i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time -- labels are for soup cans. >> talking about the establishment label i guess. >> yeah, he's been sending all this time watching this.
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the reports say he's following the race closely. i'll say, you watch him give the speech, he's a natural politician. he gives a good speech, no doubt. >> of course. he's well loved in south carolina, too. while there, he never named donald trump by name but said we need strength, not theatrics and said we need someone in the oval office who doesn't enflame. >> do you remember for like a decade hearing all the dumb people in washington say, really, george w. bush is not very smart, not very good at this. jeb should have been president, et cetera, et cetera. not attacking jeb, but we're reminded w., pretty good at politics actually. pretty good. charming. >> but you know who else is good at politics? donald trump. he figured out how to take george w. bush returning to the campaign trail into a story about him, obviously starting saturday night at the debate. but also yesterday. donald trump asked the question, why has george w. bush been relatively silent all these years. here's what he had to say -- >> bush who i don't think is
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going to do well with his brother coming into town which is lovely -- ever ask yourself why his brother went silent for all these years? i heard all these years he kept the country safe after -- what does that mean snafr what about during 9/11? that's meaning the team scored 19 runs in the first inning, but after that we played well. i don't think so. >> wow. wow. so president george w. bush went on the hannity program to e-lewis date what he thinks the lessons of 9/11 were and how they might apply to this. >> it's a human condition that elsewhere matters to our national security. there's -- i tell people that i remember studying pearl harbor. i wanted to mainly try memorize the dates so i didn't get a b on the quiz. and -- it affected my -- our dad's life to the point where -- >> and my dad -- >> and your dad.
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same on 9/11. if we let down our guard against this group of thugs, they will hurt us again. the good news is, jeb won't let down his guard. >> what are we seeing with isis? the growth in iraq and syria after we did, what, we pulled out of iraq after president george w. bush left it in better straits than where it is now. >> this is the debate the republicans should have had ten years ago, maybe not in the middle of a presidential contest. the debate -- is the iraq war a good idea? what is foreign policy? what does it mean to be a republican? i think this is an inopportune time to have this discussion for sure. it's happening because it didn't happen before. >> right. but donald trump is not saying that president george w. bush was ill advised. he's saying something much more horrific, that he lied about weapons of mass destruction, did so deliberately, and brought us into war anyway. >> it's the code pink, bush lied, troops died. i wish it was a conversation about the nuance of foreign policy. we're talking about is he to blame for 9/11 or not. i think the conversation
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republicans should be having and could well be having is not iraq 2003 but iraq 2011. the abandonment of a successful surge. donald trump has brought the conversation back to 2003 where i think a lot of republicans want to have it and should have it at 2011, talking about the successful surge. >> it was interesting, though. you say lindsay graham up on the screen, the south carolina from south carolina, a strong supporter of jeb's. his foreign policy, which is kind of the traditional republican foreign policy last 15 years, has the support of basically no republican voters. i mean, people in washington like it, but it's pretty clear from the way he did in the contest when he was in it that ordinary republicans aren't on board. so what are they on board with? i mean, trump is redefining this. i don't know where this is going at all and who knows if he'll win on saturday. but there's a massive disconnect between the way republicans in decency the rest of the world and the way their voters see the rest of the world. >> is this a risky move for donald trump to do this because president george w. bush has an amazing approval rating. probably the best outside of texas -- 84% of republicans
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approve of george w. bush. will this actually backfire and hurt donald trump? that's what some are saying. is it a risky move when he's doing so well in south carolina already? he appeals to the evangelicals. he appeals to the working class. and it -- could this harm him? >> it's such an interesting point. he went to the one person who's immensely popular, did it intentionally, clearly, adamantly, doubled down on it. it will be a test -- >> it's unbelievable. there's no political consultant in the world who would recommend you do something like this. if he wins anyway on saturday, what does that mean? how do you stop donald trump at that point? i don't know the answer. it says something profound if he actually wins. >> teflon trump. seven minutes after the hour. in other stories making hones, we turn to leah gabriel. >> nice to see you. we start with headlines. with extreme weather, a series of tornadoes ravaging the gulf
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coast. this twister near the florida/alabama border damaging a dozen homes. at least three people were injured. 16,000 still without power this morning. in the northeast, snow and slush blanketing cities after the chilliest day of the year. freezing rain causing more than 2,000 car accident up and down the east coast. out west, several sunny coastal cities seeing the hottest temperatures in almost 40 years. well, the president is moving forward with the process to nominate a supreme court justice to replace the late antonin scalia. a decision could come as early as next week. the white house showing no signs of caving to republican disagreement. >> this is not the first time that republicans have come out with a lot of bluster only to have reality ultimately sink in. at each pass, they took a hard line, they tried to play politics. ultimately, they were not able to back up their threats. >> scalia's death was ruled natural causes. conspiracy they'rists -- theorists are crying foul
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because no autopsy was perfor d performed. hillary clinton barking like a dog at a rally reno. >> ever time they say thing like, oh, the great recession was caused by too much regulation -- [ barking ] you know? >> clinton was telling a story about an old radio ad where a dog barked every time a candidate said something untrue. clinton said she wants to figure out how to do that with republicans. okay. music's biggest night a big disaster. the grammy awards filled with big winners, bold performances. everyone's talking about the slipups like what happened during adele's performance. listen. ♪ >> the singer said the piano mike fell on the piano string making for an awkward and out-of-tune performance. the songstress took it in stride tweeting, "things happen." taylor swift opened the show and went on it win album of the year. she took to the stage giving a
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fiery speech aimed at her recent feud with kanye west after one of his lyrics took credit for her fame. >> there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. someday when you get where you're going, you'll look around, and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. >> lady gaga went all out with a powerful tribute to the late david bowie singing a decades' long medley. ♪ control to major tom you really made it great ♪ ♪ and the papers >> the super bowl performer bruno mars took grammy gold, winning record of the year for "uptown funk." those are your headlines. tucker, anna, pete, back to you. >> "uptown funk," tucker's song. ♪ >> a good song.
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>> yeah. i watched a little bit of it last night, too. seeing the weeknd perform, i thought -- he's no mars. he's -- the weeknd? >> yeah, my wife told me it was a good performance. >> lionel richie, the tribute was somehow with meghan trainor and john legend. >> unbelievable. >> i missed it. anna will fill us in at the break. hours from now, thousands of anti-beyonce protesters -- yes, they exist. they're expected to gather outside of nfl headquarters. they're outraged by the black panther salute she gave during the halftime show at the super bowl. our friend here to react coming up. and remember the professor caught on camera telling a student journalist to get off campus? >> you need to get out. you need to get out. >> no, i don't. >> you need to get out. >> i actually don't. >> all right -- hey, who wants to help me -- >> turns out this wasn't the first time. she's back in a new video, and now she's going after the cops. first, more from last
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later this morning, potentially thousands of anti-beyonce protesters are expected to gather outside nfl headquarters here in new york city. protesters are outraged at the pop star for paying tribute to the black panthers at her super bowl halftime show and for channeling black lives matter in her latest music video. the protesters are asking to wear blue in support of the cops. they're react, former d.c. homicide detective and fox news contributor rod wheeler. rod, thanks for joining us. >> good morning. good to be here. >> does the protest scheduled this morning outside nfl headquarters, what do you expect? >> there will be two sides. you'll have a group supporting beyonce, and another that's anti-beyonce, so to speak, for what she did whether she gave the professional middle finger to the police officers -- >> who scheduled first? the anti-beyonce, and now there's reaction? >> exactly. it was a reaction to that. we'll have both groups. they're expecting thousands out
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there. i don't anticipate violence. but the ironic part, for both groups, guess who's protecting them -- same people beyonce gave the middle finger to during the halftime show. now, these are the same police officers that, by the way, escorted beyonce and her entourage to the halftime show and home safely. thankfully she got home safely by those people that she was protesting against. >> upwards of 20 police officers escorted and protected her, the irony. are there going to be politicians there -- have politicians spoken out here in new york? republican or democrat, that you're aware? >> i haven't heard of any politicians. i'll tell you, that's one of the other disheartening things. i would like to hear one of the presidential candidates come out and say that, you know, that halftime show was a disgrace to police officers. i haven't heard it from either side. i think that's something that we all need to pay close attention to. >> you haven't heard it from either side, even the republicans? >> even the republicans. you've had people like donald trump say he supports the police. but hillary clinton says the same thing. but as far as the actual
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halftime performance, not one has come out and strongly opposed what happened there. look, here's the bottom line -- i don't oppose beyonce at all when it comes to her message. i mean, when it comes to -- >> free speech? >> right. free speech. she can do all that. she's an excellent performer. she can dance. she can sing. she can twirl. she can flip. she can do all of these things. what she can't do is cram down the throats of 120 million americans that was watching that show her political agenda. i just don't think that's fair. what would have been nice, if there was a group of police officers that could perform right after she performed to give our side of the story. >> do you think the black panthers should be celebrated? that's what she was ultimately referring to. >> that's an interesting question. the black panthers, back in the day, they had -- the reason they were around, you know, they were against some of the things that was going on back then. and that's fine. the times have changed now. this isn't the time now for our country to be celebrating any side of that argument. what we need to be doing is coming together. why couldn't beyonce give an american presentation and invite
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everybody, hispanics, latinos, whites, african-americans -- it -- and made it an american celebration since the super bowl is an american celebration -- >> in light that five police officers in preparation of this, killed in the last month since the super bowl. this is still an ongoing topic that's dividing america y. does it need to be at the super bowl? >> exactly. it doesn't need to be at the super bowl. that's not the place for it. >> the protest is ongoing. we'll continue to track it. thanks for being here. the zika virus causing fear kwo across the globe. how are they warning people? ♪ the virus >> the bizarre psa taking the internet by storm. and a ten-minute at-home cancer test? it's nearly 90% accurate. is this too good to be true, or could it save your life? the good doctor on deck. nexium 24hr is the new #1 selling
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we're back with a fox news alert. ten people under arrest with suspected ties to isis in brussels and the surrounding neighborhood. the suburb of molenbeek, a hotbed for islamic extremists. authorities are looking at computers and smartphones to follow occupy links to terror. and the band on stage after the horrifying paris attacks are back. tonight the eagles of death metal will finish what they started at the bataclan theater. >> i'll ask you, did your french gun control stop a person from dying at the bataclan? if anyone can answer yes, i'd
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like to hear it. i don't think so. maybe until everybody has guns, nobody has to have them. >> 130 died in the terror attacks across paris in november. 350 of them were hurt. anna? 24 minutes after the hour. this year there will be nearly two million new cancer cases diagnosed in the united states alone. soon there may not need -- be a need to undergo a series of testing and innovative procedures. scientists are developing a test that would spot the disease in ten minutes, and you can do it at home. dr. david samadi joins us with the saliva test. it doesn't cost a lot. you can do it in your house. doesn't hurt. but how are we detecting cancer today? >> this is an important segment. as you mentioned, about two million americans are diagnosed with cancer every year. half a million actually die from cancer. how do we prevent this? today anybody can have cancer and have absolutely no symptoms. we have no idea.
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that cancer cell eventually starts to grow. it's going to spill in your lymphatics, in the blood, and it goes to another organ, that's call called metastases. someone can wake up in the morning with headache, can get an mri and find an aggressive mass and poor prognosis. stage four lung cancer, stage four prostitute cancer. this particular test is a game changer. it's still in the clinical trial. i think the future it's bright. we will take a drug -- listen to this -- take a drop of saliva, and in ten minutes can find out if somebody has cancer. prevention can save lives. if we can catch and detect the cancer early on, we can really save millions of lives out there. this is a study that's coming from ucla. and basically looking at the dna and the genetic markers of the cancer in your saliva can tell us whether someone has non-small cell lung cancer and other
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cancers. it's tremendous. >> a way to be proactive rather than reactive, too. more people are likely to get a saliva test since ten minutes, doesn't cost a lot of money, in their own home, than to go the doctor and get screened. this is for lung cancer now? >> that's right. they're looking into stomach cancer. they're looking into prostate cancer. this weekend we talked about, for example, using your urine test and look at the gas and vapor that comes from urine and detect protest cancer. that's tremendous. imagine men don't have to go through biopsies and mri tests, et cetera. >> what's the future? could you also use the same test for diagnosing diabetes, say, neurological disstandards? >> that's interesting -- disstandards? >> that's interesting. they're looking at diabetes and saliva. what we're understanding is a lot of these secret codes is already in saliva, is also in blood, blood biopsy, and is also in urine. it's tremendous. today what we're using is for a lot of people, we're use something called pca-3 test, a
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donald trump just promised he will no longer use foul language on the campaign trail. now when people ask his policy on isis, he says, i'm going to bomb the shy-diddly-doodles out of them. [ applause ] the way to do it. >> the shy-diddly-dootdsdd else >> that's for oisferocious.
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>> strong words. i can speak to that. 31 minutes after the hour. we have stories making headlines. >> good morning to all of you. good morning to you. an alaska airlines flight reporting smoke in the cockpit is forced to land 16 minutes after takeoff. pilots on board the 73. bound for seattle -- on board the 737 bound for seattle talking about an oily smell and smoke filling the flight deck. they were cleared for landing at dulles airport after taking off from d.c.'s reagan national airport. all 161 passengers were safe. the airline still looking for the source of that smoke. a disgraced university of missouri professor who captured national attention for confronting a student journalist now caught on camera cursing at police. [ all talking at once ] [ bleep ] >> this video of melissa click was shot back in november at a
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homecoming parade protest when police tried to break it up. she started cursing at them. the school chancellor responded saying he was disappointed in her conduct. men who want a viagra prescription in kentucky may soon need to jump through legal loopholes to get it. state democrat mary lou marzian proposing a law that would require men seeking the drug to swear on the bible that they're married and give a handwritten permission -- get a handwritten permission note from their wives. she admits it has no possibility of passing but says the bill is in response to a recently signed abortion law that she thinks is unfair to women. jamaica is launching an attack on the zika virus in the most gentleman maim -- most jam way possible, with a reagerati song. ♪ >> the ministry of health asking people to use bug spray, three
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out garbage, and get rid of stagnant water. the country is on the travel alert list. those are your headlines. back to you. >> not the last we've seen of this. thank you. >> thank you. i kind of like that video. >> it works. >> totally works. i want to get rid of all the stagnant water in my house. >> and buckets and coke cans. >> note to self. coming up, maria molina is outside tracking extreme weather. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we've seen all kinds of wild weather. we've had record-setting warmth in the western u.s. severe storms across the southeastern u.s., and of course winter weather from the mid-atlantic to new england where it continues early this morning. i want to focus in on your current temperatures right now. temperatures have dramatically changed in places like new york and also in raleigh, north carolina. they have been climbing. right now, we're close to 50 degrees in new york city, and we should make it into the middle 50s by later this afternoon. not noble new york city, but also in places like grail and
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washington, d.c., and caribou, maine, mild. 44 for the forecast high temperature. the great lakes will stay on the cold side. downwind of lakes erie and ontario, two areas where we'll see significant snowfall accumulation today, as much as 10 to 20 inches of snow possible. icing also a big concern across places like pennsylvania, upstate new york, and also in new england. we are expecting some ice to accumulate out there. and because of that, we have winter storm warnings in effect, and winter weather advisories, as well. let's head inside. >> thanks. >> we got snow yesterday, woke up this morning, and it was already gone. 35 minutes after the hour. lady gaga giving a moving tribute to the late david bow at the 58th annual grammy awards. ♪ changes time to face the strain ♪ ♪ changes don't want to be a ♪ >> we've been talking this all morning. it was indeed moving. the question is what other big
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moments are people talk about. >> i can attest, tucker was talking about it all morning. in the "fox light," michael joining us live with a full recap of the show. what do you have for us? >> hey, guys. from adele's audio issues to kendrick lamar's controversial performance, even taylor swift taking a shot at kanye, the grammys, as always, gives us plenty to talk about. last night was no exception. here's a look at some of the top moments in some of the biggest winners. ♪ >> reporter: it was a night to celebrate best in music and pay tribute to those legends no longer here. the 58th grammy awards handed out top honors. >> let's do it! >> "uptown funk." >> reporter: "uptown funk" the big winner taking home the top prize of record of the year. >> taylor swift. [ applause ] >> taylor swift's "1989" won
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album of the year. the leading nominee, kendrick lamar, garnered five trophies including best rap album. ♪ sing my song >> reporter: kicking off a night of tributes, an all-star lineup sang lionel richie's hits. stevie wonder and pentatonix and earth, wind, and fire. the eagles harmonized "take it easy" for the late singer, glen frye. ♪ this is ground control >> reporter: lady gaga did a visual, energetic tribute to the late rocker david bowie. ♪ >> reporter: and bonnie raitt sang the blues to b.b. king. ♪ hoping that you'll understand ♪ >> reporter: ed sheeran's "thinking out loud" won song of the year as well as best pop performance. ♪ all i ask is >> reporter: the evening was also filled with memorable solo duet and group performances from adele, carrie underwood, and sam
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hunt, kendrick lamar, and little big town. the hollywood vampires performed. ♪ all about that bass >> reporter: an emotional meghan trainor took home best new artist. >> thank you to the grammys. i love you so much. >> reporter: now while they may have messed up adele's performance last night, you know, her album, "25," was not eligible for this year's grammys. you know, a shoe-in for next year's awards show. she'll be back. and you know -- they have one more shot to get it right. >> did you have a favorite moment last night? >> reporter: i loved the whole tribute to lionel richie. i thought demmei lovato's rendition of "hello," she crushed it. ♪ let the music play on play on play on ♪ >> wow. if you want to hear more, go to foxlight.com and follow michael at @foxlight.com on twitter. >> thank you very much. >> thanks. i was concerned.
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i don't think celebrities celebrate themselves enough. i don't think they pats themselves on the back. >> not nearly enough. >> i will celebrate music and dancing any time. you love stevie wonder and bonnie raitt. they were there, lionel richie. come on. >> the awards -- you know -- >> why did you watch last night? >> they're under one roof. >> why don't you watch it and record it and watch it again. >> i did. >> i think i'm going to. this tribute to bernie sanders, speaking of celebrating the rich and famous, is going viral. ♪ feel the bern standing up to greed ♪ >> the artist behind this anthem on why he's feeling the bern. he's en fuego and here live. then, how will justice scho scalia's death change the supreme court? ♪ >> just for tucker. here's john legend. ♪ ♪ i'm easy easy like sunday morning ♪
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time for a quick look at more headlines. check this out -- self-parking chairs. nissan using its self-driving technology make cleaning up the office a lot faster. with the clap of your hands, the chairs push themselves in, the chairs are tracked by motion cameras on the wall. if only we can get that for plates for kids making their way to the sink. kids can now soon instead prese print toys on demand. mattel has a 3d printer. kids can design toys through an app that they can print wirelessly. the thing maker will cost $300 and is out for preorder now. hmm. very interesting. tucker, over to you. >> thanks. the president's moving forward with the process to nominate a supreme court justice to replace the late antonin scalia. the decision could come as early
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as this week. senate said they're not going to take up any nominees. scalia was known asters fs -- a fiercely conservative and defender of the constitution. what will happen to cases before the court? fox news analyst judge andrew napolitano. great to see you. >> good to see you. >> i put up some of the issues now pending before the court. here they are -- regulation of abortion clinics, a challenge to obamacare, affirmative action in college admissions -- a big one -- presidential power on immigration. there are others. >> right, if the court ties 4-4, that means that the opinion being appealed from below stands. doesn't mean that that's the law of the land. but it certainly resolves the case in favor of the people against whom the appeal was being filed because a tie means nothing. >> yes. >> chief justice roberts has a couple of tools available. one of which is his personality and willingness to compromise. he might well be able to forge out of a 4-4 vote a 5-3 vote in which case the supreme court's
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opinion would prevail. he can also delay the release of an opinion. he can hold back on an opinion until a ninth person is on the court. they can have reargument. they can resubmit the briefs. most of these cases are such big public policy cases that they can wait until there's a ninth member. so the court is not necessarily anemic, and it's not necessarily powerless. it has these tools available. >> for years we've watched justice tony kennedy, republican appointee, who sometimes does voted with the democrats. >> yes. >> the democratic appointees on the supreme court. this seems to make him even more powerful, doesn't it? the vote even more significant. >> well, it's hard to say. there's a lot of dynamics that go in. i spent so much time with justice stall a. and now that he's no longer with us sh us, i think i can reveal what we talked about -- i can reveal what we talked about. they don't always know what's going to happen when they get this there. it's not like horse trading
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where they trade one for another. it's more intellectual, did you think about this, did you think about that, did you think about how the legal community will view this in 10 or 50 or 100 years. sometim sometimes justices change their mind -- >> good for them. that's reassuring that hear listen to the evidence. >> justice scalia was not a consensus builder. here the line, here's what the constitution says. the texas obvious and clear, the statute is wrong. justice kennedy was the consensus builder. nino, did you think about this, did you think about that? can we bring you this direction, can we bring you that direction? that is going to go on. i think the more powerful person is the chief justice. this is his court, his name is on it. he doesn't want it to become toothless. if there's too many 4-4 decisions, the court will become toothless and almost irrelevant. he's going to make sure that doesn't happen. for the cases on the screen, if you can put them back up, these are hot issues before the court.
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regulation of abortion clinics, 4-4 tie. lets the regulation in texas stand. challenge to -- to obamacare. 4-4 tie. defeats the challenge. affirmative action and college admissions, 4-4 tie. texas can use race in state-owned school. presidential power and immigration, 4-4 tie, stops the president from enforcing his executive orders because the court below stopped him. so not all these ties are going to go against the conservative view. >> right. kind of a wash it sounds like. hink are of most that i picked, interest to our viewers, there are -- there are 35 actually. >> yes. >> it is a wash. >> interesting. your prediction, bottom line, democrats say the republic will collapse if a ninth justice is not appointed. you don't buy that? >> no, i don't buy it. the court doesn't buy it. and i hope the republicans stand firm in not caving to it. >> judge napolitano. thanks for joining us.
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♪ ♪ feel the bern standing up to greed ♪ ♪ for the president of america >> well, that new anthem, "fire is ours" a tribute to bernie sanders and it's going viral. >> the music video has racked up over 17,000 views in a few days and getting bigger. the entertainer behind the music is joining us from los angeles. good morning. when did you catch fire for bernie sanders and why? >> i did late last year. i had just returned from tour, i was focused on my music. i was starting to see what was going on in his messaging. it really resonated with the messaging i had been singing about for a long time. something that was representing not the corporations and the big
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banks but the people and really standing up for the diminishing working class. >> what compelled you to spend $11,000 of your very own money to do this? you know, you have got a nice life in hawaii. what would you make you want to get into the dirt of politics? >> well, actually, you know, more than just an endorsement of bernie it's a commentary that was fueled and inspired by my real -- really my disgust with mainstream news and how they tend to fuel division and distract from the issues that i feel are important. so as an artist, i don't really consider it getting involved in politics so much as creating art that's relevant. >> what about hillary clinton? if you're a democrat, you have a nominee and why not create a music video to honor her? >> that's a great question and that's my point. that's one of the reasons why i made the video, questions like that. that's a question that takes away from the messaging of what we should be focusing on rather
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than dividing between people. let's be talking about what are the important issues. >> well, specifically, from bernie sanders, what is it about him that appeals to you? you're a young guy, he's appealing to millennials. aside from free college, what specifically about bernie sanders do you like and is catching on with millennials as well? >> well, first of all, his funding. his funding comes from individuals and unionized worker, it doesn't come from super pacs. it's not coming from wall street banks. that's huge for me. his integrity. the fact that as the song says his words align with his deeds. that means a lot to people. and that's something that you don't see anymore. the fact that he's taking on the establishment. he wants to take on wall street and the big banks. people are concerned about the economy and the well-being being taken out of the economy, but it's already happened. there's a huge redistribution of wealth and it's time to start
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bringing it back and rebuilding the middle class. focusing on infrastructure here. doing things to rebuild america in a healthy way and not just allow wall street to suck all of the wealth out of the country. these are the issues that are important to me, because i want to have a future. >> and not just you. a lot of other young people. your average politician i think until bernie assumed if you wanted to appeal to young people, you have to be young yourself and you have to quote kanye. here is bernie making no effort to be hip, he's 74 and young people like him. have we misread what young people like? >> if you look at him more of a meme, that represents what a lot of young people have been talk about since the occupy movement it's not so difficult to understand. young people are smarter than i that seem and like the song says, personality, color, gender, race, those are a big distraction. age is a big distraction. we're talking about integrity and values of a people's
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movement and bernie represents that. >> makana, we'll show the viewers again the video and how long did it take to make this? >> it actually was made by my friend zach and it took the two of us three weeks, just working in a little motel room and then filming in utah. we actually found a piano on craigslist and drove it out to the camp site on fire. people asked is that cgi, no, that's me pouring gasoline on a piano and running around and singing. >> interesting. thanks for joining us this morning. >> thanks for having me, aloha. hillary clinton's white house dreams have officially gone canine. watch this. >> every time they say these things like, oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation. arf, arf, you know? >> woof. she was barking in reno. we'll tell you why. and do you sleep with your
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good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, the 16th of february, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. as donald trump ramps up the attacks, george w. bush returns to the campaign trail for his brother. >> there seems to be a lot of name calling going on, but i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans. >> the question this morning -- could trump's bush bashing backfire in south carolina? and then have you ever wonder what it would sound like if hillary clinton barked like a dog? wonder no more. >> every time they say these things, like oh, you know, the
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great recession was caused by too much regulation. arf, arf, you know? >> the single greatest moment of the 2016 campaign. we'll play that tape all morning. that will be on a loop. grammys rocking with no shortage of drama. taylor swift takes down kanye west. the best moments from music's biggest night. the second hour of "fox & friends" are better with you. better with you, so better with friends. so that means everybody is your friend. >> i never have done this before, but i want to quote hillary clinton. that's the greatest thing i ever heard. that's the only thing that i've heard from hillary that agree
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with. that made me like her before. >> what i love about you, tucker, you're like a happy labrador -- >> if it smells good i'll eat it. that's true. >> we'll get to that if a bit. but music's biggest night, grammys filled with big winners. the massive slipups. >> and we'll have all the highlights and lowlights. >> that's right. social media is buzzing over the star studded affair and no one is letting adele's audio nightmare go unnoticed. ♪ ♪ come to see you >> the singer said that the piano mike fell on the piano strings making for an auk awkward out of tune performance. she got a standing ovation and later tweeted out, things happened. because of it though i'm treating myself to an in and out. so taylor swift opened the show and then went on to the album of the year. she took to the stage giving a
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fiery speech aimed at her recent feud with kanye west. after one of his lyrics took credit for her fame. >> there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. some day when you get where you're going you'll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. >> swift's bad blood collaborator kendrick lamar mentioned trayvon martin during his finale. while his band played from behind bars. lady gaga went all out with a powerful tribute to the late david bowie. singing a decade's long medley. ♪ ♪ this is ground patrol to major tom ♪ ♪ you really may be brave
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and the papers want to know ♪ >> her fellow super bowl performer bruno mars took grammy gold winning record of the year for "uptown funk." arianna grande wasn't nominated for anything, but managed to get booed. ♪ rihanna and lauryn hill were both set to perform but cancelled last minute. back to you. >> all right, carlie, thank you so much. >> carlie shimxus. >> yes, i have it on dvr. >> i don't think famous people give themselves enough awards. what's the -- isn't it enough to sell albums? do you need to constantly award yourself? >> adoration. >> how hollow and desperate are you? >> no. >> we should have the cable news morning show hosts award. >> you know what? you're getting the lifetime achievement award.
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>> yes. ♪ >> and i'd like to dedicate this award to -- oh, okay. >> so there -- we have a lot going on on the politics. the south carolina primary is on saturday. the defining issue in the past several days has been the feud between donald trump and not just jeb bush but his brother george w. will trump's bashing of the bush brothers help or hurt him in south carolina? here's trump asking voters why george w. bush hasn't been heard from in the past eight years. >> bush who i don't think is going to do very well even though his brother is coming into town, ever ask yourself why his brother went silent for all the years? i heard he kept the country safe after. what about after? what about during 9/11. the team scored 19 runs in the first inning but after that we played well. i don't think so. >> it was a dueling set of perspectives.
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and at the same time -- near the same time, george w. bush was in south carolina. he didn't mention trump by name but clearly took a shot. here's what the president had to say. >> strength is not empty rhetoric. it is not bluster. it is not theatrics. real strength, strength of core purpose comes from integrity and character. these are tough times. and i understand that americans are angry and frustrated. but we do not need someone in the oval office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration. we need someone who can fix the problems, that caused our anger and frustration and that's jeb bush. >> and he said when he was in office, he called upon his brother for crisis management help because jeb bush was used to that in florida. in about a year and a half he had eight hurricanes and
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tropical storms and the big question this morning, the attacks that donald trump is putting on george w. bush could it backfire? he's so revered in south carolina. a recent poll had him at 84% approval for republicans in that state. so could it backfire on him? is this attacking essentially everybody who loves george w. bush too by calling him a liar and saying he didn't keep us safe after 9/11? >> why did donald trump do this? he didn't need to attack jeb, jeb is not going to win south carolina. no one thought that four days ago. so what was the point? the only explanation i can see, it was an instinct move. he felt it, he did it. if he wins south carolina after saying all he said at the debate saturday night and subsequently, how do you stop trump? >> he said on fifth avenue he'd shoot people and his supporters -- >> he keeps the conversation on trump. this is supposed to be w bush's ascendancy, have a big question about why jeb is the right man and then donald trump throws the
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barbs and now the conversation is about trump. he's so masterful -- >> does it help jeb bush who's polling at 10% right now or help ted cruz or rubio? >> i don't know. if trump wins, republican voters have different beliefs from the ones we thought they had and it tells us that the republican establishment that hates trump more than anybody hasn't done much to stop him. i know they have written angry articles about him and attacked him, but where's the super pac that they fund to stop trump? is there isn't one, very passive. they haven't tried. so interesting. >> well, you know that hillary clinton has been bringing out her family, former president bill clinton and chelsea clinton on the campaign trail. we have video of chelsea clinton at a campaign event and look at those empty seats. very different than what you're seeing from bernie sanders, people are lining up outside in the cold. >> yeah. that doesn't scream of enthusiasm. you're seeing a movement or a
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reactionary electorate in this cycle which obviously trump is channeling and bernie is channeling. you see events like that, there's no enthusiasm for -- >> i wish i had gone. because i wanted to ask a couple of questions, how did you get paid $600,000 from nbc news to do basically nothing and you work at a hedge fund because your math skills are so good? when bernie sanders attacks the ruling class this is what he's talking about. >> it's the privilege. >> the children of those who get hired because they're famous. >> and now hillary clinton is barking like a dog. >> one of the favorite political ads of all time was a radio ad, rural arkansas where the announcer said wouldn't it be great if somebody running for office said something we could have an immediate reaction as to it was true or not? well, we have trained this dog
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and the dog, if it's not true, he's going to bark. i'm figuring out how to do that with the republicans, you know? we need to get that dog and follow him around and every time they say these things like oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation, arf, arf. >> again, creative, pavlov dog, ring the bell and it barks. why didn't anybody tell her not to do in? >> well, the internet stepped up immediately and we found this youtube video this morning, making good use of this clip. check it out. ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf ♪ >> okay. i haven't seen that yet.
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>> i really liked that. that was the only thing that hillary said in the entire campaign that i enjoyed watching. >> yes. >> i mean that. >> tucker -- >> i can't believe i'm saying that. but i do think that. >> all right. let us know what you think about that and the video too. 11 minutes after the hour and lea gabrielle has a look at the headlines. >> well, we have a series of tornadoes ravaging the gulf coast. this near the alabama/florida border damaging a dozen homes. at least three were injured. 16,000 still without power this morning. and in the northeast, snow and slush blanketing cities after the chilliest day of the year. freezing rain causing 2,000 car crashes up and down the east coast. out west, several sunny coastal cities seeing the hottest temperatures in almost 40 years. the president is moving forward with the process to nominate the supreme court justice to replace the late justice scalia. a decision could come as early
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as next week. the white house showing no signs of caving to republicans demands to put it off. >> this is not the first time that republicans have come out with a lot of bluster. only to have reality ultimately sink in. another each pass, they tried to play politics but ultimately they were not able to back up their threats. >> and investigators say scalia died of natural causes but conspiracy theorists are crying foul because no autopsy was performed. speaking of barking it's going to the dogs in new york. the westminster will announce the best in show at madison square garden. the winner will be the top dog out of 2,700 pooches who entered the contest. a beagle named mrs. p was crowned the winner last year. this is the 140th year for the show. i don't think there's any extra credit for barking. those are your headlines. >> well, there ought to be lea gabrielle. it should be a component in
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every contest -- >> yes. including the political contests. >> it is on "fox & friends" this morning. >> thank you. well, the trial that gripped the nation, jodi arias convicted of murdering her ex-boyfriend and she almost got away with the crime. the prosecutor will take us inside that case, next. and do you sleep with your cell phone next to you in bed? this picture, well, it might make you think twice. >> it's gonna blow. but first, more from the baja men. ♪ you're late for work.
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hi, friends. good morning. 17 minutes after the hour. convicted murderer jodi arias loses her right to visitors for some six months after calling an officer a dirty name. she was convicted for killing her ex-boyfriend back in 2008 and the prosecutor said she almost got away with it if it weren't for one thing. in his new book, "conviction," juan martinez gives some fascinating details about the trial and he joins us now. thanks for joining us. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm fantastic. thank you for asking. pull the curtain back for us. what was the one thing? >> it was the gas cans.
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at the time of her arrest, the police didn't know about them. in some of the documents buried there, i noticed there was an indication that she had asked to bore resome gas can -- borrow some gas cans and they were used to hide her presence in arizona. she could drive through without having to stop for gas. so she could stand up and say, i was never in arizona. >> right. remind us more of the story line, why was she driving, where she was coming from or going? and why did she need three gas cans instead of two? >> she was actually driving from california her hometown to mesa, arizona. she was driving to kill him. she already had a plan in place and one of the things that she needed to do was to make sure that she wasn't caught obviously. and the way she did it was she got ahold of three gas cans and she filled them up and as she drove through arizona she was able to go all the way through without showing -- or any indication that she would ever
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stop. >> that didn't show she had done it. that showed she had premeditation an thought this out before going to do it. but you waited until the end of the trial to bring out that piece of evidence, didn't you? tell us what that gotcha moment was like. >> well, i could have in the beginning talked about it in the opening statements. i could have talked about it during my case -- what we call the case in chief or my presentation on the case. but i knew given how manipulative she could be with the truth that if i brought it out early she would have something ready for me when i brought it up. so i waited until there was almost no time left in the trial when they called the ex-boyfriend. i asked him about it and i kept to myself she had gone and bought a third gas can. when she was on the stand, almost toward the end, i turned to her and i said, why is it that you still had a third gas can -- >> aha, what did her face look like? >> well, it was very few times that you get those kind of
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moments in that court and her face went a little white. she looked at me blankley and kind of stuttered. then her answer was i was never in salt lake city, but we knew she was. >> well, your book is called "conviction: the untold story of putting jodi arias behind bars." it was so bizarre to watch this case unfold. 20 minutes after the hour. here's what's coming up next on "fox & friends," how a doctor went from a thriving practice to losing his license all because of prescription pain killers. his eye opening story of recovery and a warning for other doctors. this is joanne.
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time now for your news by the numbers. first, $5,000 a night. according to reports the russian woman who accused former new
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york governor eliot spitzer of assault once wrote about her life as a prostitute. $15.6 billion that's how much a potential class action lawsuit against facebook is worth after a man who opted out of text updates received one telling him, well, to wish a friend a happy birthday. he claims it violated telemarketer rules. $14 million. that's how much this massive 404 karat diamond is worth. i can see it, tucker's eyes are bulging out his head. it was found in a diamond mine in southern africa. wow. that is a lot. well, it was a normal winter day ten years ago when a doctor walked into his office and he was met by a dea agent. and a massachusetts police officer. his life began to unravel after his addiction was revealed q. >> in his new book "free refills" he shares his story. >> primary care physician has
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his road to redemption. it is remarkable. you think of people who are addicted to opiates, prescription drugs and they're sort of the opposite end of those who went to harvard, how common is this among doctors? >> it's extremely common and it's not spoken about enough. it is estimated that about 9% of the general population is addicted to drugs and alcohol whereas with physicians it's 10 to 15%. part of the reason it's higher, we have so much stress and we have so much access to medication. like the perfect storm. >> when you say you're raiding supply closets and writing bad prescriptions and stealing pills from patients, describe what rock bottom was for you and how you pulled yourself off. >> i had lost everything. i wasn't seeing my kids very much, my marriage fell apart. i wasn't working. my medicine license was stripped away. i was under probation for three felony charges of writing false prescriptions. i mean, i literally lost everything. and i would say that was the rock bottom.
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pretty miserable. >> and absolutely, it's a powerful story. you talk about 69% of doctors potentially. how -- writing this book is part of telling that story, the hidden epidemic. what safeguards can be put into place to prevent doctors from falling into this? >> we have to address the doctor burnout, doctors are very much struggling and are stressed out these days. but part of the problem is that the help is very punitive. if you're a doctor and you're having trouble, you can't just say, hey, can i have some help? because they'll take your license away. so what happens is that the doctors hide in the shadows and people don't get help until you have the surgeon who is drunk in the o.r. until people are melting down. if you make the help less punitive, then people would be able to get help when they need it. i think that would help patient's safety if doctors can get help earlier. >> i have to say -- if i met you on the airplane you're the last person i would imagine you'd be
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addicted to drugs. how did you get better? >> addiction can hit anybody and i agree, i'm the last person to get addicted but i did get addicted. do doctors do very well, we get drug tested all the time, go to support meetings. one of the messages i wanted to convey, opioid addiction is not a testence. if you have a brother, a son, a wife, who's addicted, you know, their behavior is awful. addicts act in awful ways. they lie, they cheat, they steal. but i want to say don't give up on them. they're still there. they're there underneath. you have to get them in treatment. addiction doesn't mean death. it means you need help. >> you were in an out of state rehab center with fellow addicts who were also physicians. there's a stigma being addicted to drugs, whether they're legal or illegal drugs. we're doing a series on
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"addiction in america" how important is it removing the stigma? >> if we remove the stigma, we can get people help. part of the reasons i wrote "free refills" it shows how you get addicted and how to get unaddicted. i think the stigma is the most important thing in terms of lowering the barriers so people can get treatment. >> is there a tell tale sign as a patient that you might say, hey, my doctor is one of the 69%? >> if people look dishevelled, show up late to work, there are a lot of signs that your doctor could be addicted. but again, we just need to get the people into treatment earlier. so that they can get the help they need before they melt down. >> sure. >> well, you certainly are more empathetic, having the background. even though you had to pull yourself up from rock bottom. >> how long has it been since you got off drug? >> nine years.
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think of it as a seven seat for an action packed thriller. last week jeb bush celebrated his 63rd birthday. he closed his eyes, made a wish
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and then donald trump blew out his candles. you're the slow, you're a loser. i got your wish. i got your wish. [ laughter ] >> there's no doubt if donald trump and bush went out to dinner, trump would try to order for him. he'll have this. so obviously the presidential primary season is in full swing. when looking back right now at history to give us a sense of whether we are now is where we we're going to end up. look at the numbers from 2008. the republican contest that year at this moment then, here's what it looked like. >> in south carolina, mind you. 26.5% going to huckabee. 22.8% to mccain. 6 6.8 giuliani. and 5% paul. >> here's the actual roster results. >> mccain goes to the top with 33%.
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thompson passes romney who was in third. what's interesting about this, mccain goes up and even huckabee who fell in place, went up. i think it underscores that south carolina has a culling effect. >> of course it does. >> at the back end they start to lose a lot of the support and i goes to perceived front-runners. >> exactly. here's the numbers right now, in south carolina, trump at about 37, cruz at 18, rubio 15, bush 10, kasich, 10. carson 5. i'm rounding up obviously. is trump one of six candidates or leading a movement? i mean that's -- that's the answer i can't answer. i think we'll find out on saturday. >> that's right. with cruz and rubio so tight in second and third, where do the other -- if those numbers leave carson and bush and kasich and it's not clear they will, but if they do, where will they go? >> it win knows the field -- >> trump is saying something
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very different from everyone else in the race. do voters agree with him or not? is he a media creation or is this real? >> many are wondering how he's surviving when he's attacking the republican party the way he is. >> at every turn. >> and the message is resonating for sure. even the attacks on president george w. bush reminds people more of nancy pelosi and michael moore. >> right. maybe the voters agree we don't know. we'll look at a republican party that's been like it has been for the last few years or very different. >> if it's tight at the top, it could go on for months and months. >> same with the democratic side by the way. donald trump is not the only one running against his own party. bernie sanders is doing it too. here's what the race looked like in '08. clinton was winning, then obama and then john edwards. >> that was in nevada since -- >> there we go. >> then afterward, here we go. >> clinton up. clinton still ahead. increased support by 14 points. obama's went up 12 points and
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edwards collapsed. he went from 18 to 3 to 4%. >> let's look at where the democrats are today now. clinton is ahead with -- actually they're neck and neck in nevada. that's a close race. different story in nevada for them than it is in south carolina. >> can we take a moment to appreciate the numbers? 45 to 45. that's unbelievable. hillary's people said those states don't matter, but nevada looks more democratic. if bernie wins that caucus in the state of nevada, holy smokes. i'm not saying he's going to be the nominee but he's much weaker than we thought she was. >> as a political watcher for years and years, what do you think of the fact that it's a caucus? do you think that it could sway more supports over to bernie's side? >> i think caucuses are hard to poll. hard to know what's going to happen. i think they tend to reward the insurgent candidate. the one with the energy, the enthusiasm. that's bernie sanders. i think he's got a good shot to win.
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what's her answer going to be then? on sunday morning, oh, well, nevada doesn't represent the democratic party. yes, it does. >> it would be a huge deal. in an election season that's been nothing but a huge deal. >> all our assumptions are evaporating on the hot griddle of reality. >> yeah. >> great metaphor. >> how about them apples? 37 minutes after the hour. here's lea with the news. >> good morning. thousands of anti-beyonce protesters are expected to gather outside the nfl headquarters this morning. they are boycotting her halftime performance at the super bowl where she paid tribute to the black panther party and attacked police officers. former d.c. homicide detective wheeler joined us earlier and he said people need to rethink where they're placing the blame. >> here's the ironic part for all of this. guess who's protecting them?
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the same people that beyonce gave the middle finger to. these are the same police officers that by the way escorted beyonce and her entourage to the halftime show and home safely. >> the protesters are being asked to wear blue in support of blue. well, complete disrespect in seattle. a memorial for police officers was vandalized for the second time. >> that memorial really represents the men and women who have given their lives serving this community. >> one year ago two men were arrested and faced felony charges for almost the exact same crime at that memorial. okay. this is a reminder to never sleep with your cell phone under your pillow. the nypd shared the pictures of a burned up pillow with a hole in the remains of a samsung phone. it overheat and police warn never charge your phone under a pillow. and just when you thought
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the "star wars" hype was dying down, it's back. but we have a spoiler alert so you may want to look away if you have not seen "the force awakens." >> cut. beautiful. >> yeah. "star wars" fans are buzzing after seeing this 30-second teaser. announcing the production of episode eight. the filmmakers revealed a new cast list which includes the return of mark hamill as luke skywalker, carrie fisher and beniece jodl toro and laura dern. one name on the list is harrison ford. >> but i mean, luke has to grab that light saber. >> yeah. >> he's going to. >> but not by the business end. it will take your fingers off. >> that's bad. real bad. >> 39 minutes after the hour. i think we're set to see the "star wars" -- >> i love it. i know maria loves "star wars."
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>> i love "star wars." i have to catch up on the past movies though. they're hard to find on demand and rental. maybe you can give me some tips later on today. the current temperature, we have a warm-up across the east coast. look at some of the numbers in new york city you're at 50 degrees. incredible because just this weekend we were experiencing temperatures that were below zero across parts of the northeast and other places warming up too. 54 right now in raleigh, north carolina. and those temperatures should reach the 50s in many areas along the east coast and 40s in northern parts of new england. the west coast very warm, middle 80's across southern california later on today. we are dealing with the winter storm that's bringing in more snow and freezing rain across the mid-atlantic up into parts of new england. and down wind of lake erie and ontario, you could see as much as 10 to even 20 inches of snowfall today. that's bringing some dangerous conditions for anyone doing any traveling. the icy conditions in pennsylvania and upstate new
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york very dangerous as well. so that will be something else to watch out for. and severe storms possible across the southeastern u.s. yet again today. we have had some warnings being issued across parts of south florida early this morning. there's a look at your winter weather advisories and warnings stretching from virginia all the way to maine. let's head back inside. >> thanks, maria. >> can't beat 50 degrees. well, still ahead, it's supposed to be our life line for those heroes who needs it the most, but wait until you hear what happens to the veterans who call the v.a. suicide hotline. >> i don't know if we want to hear it. >> and cheryl casone has more on who is hiring this year. and born on this date in 1959, this athlete was named atf player of the year in '81, '83 and '84. who is he? tell us by email, foxandfriends.com. the correct answer, we'll compliment you vigorously. ♪
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service. and this is why you don't slide down escalators. this man tries to ride down a banister with a beer in hand. >> oh. >> oh, wow. before painfully landing on t s this -- on the stairs. >> ouch. >> and finally an adorable polar bear cub has her first snow day at the toronto zoo. she's sniffing and playing with her toys on her first outing. >> oh. all right. a new documentary on the v.a. suicide hotline and it shows some appalling practices there. we've got our own pete hegseth here and we first want to show you a clip from that from that documentary. >> he was planning to bleed out. he finally opened the door, but someone hung up on him. >> no one can replace you. you need to take care of your kids, kenneth. you're their father.
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>> we are like a firehouse. when the need arises it's as serious as a heart attack. >> i'm not going to leave you. i'm not going anywhere. i'm going to stay right with you. >> pete, brain injuries, invisible wounds, that's why the hot lines are set up, but if they don't work why are they in place? >> if you're a veteran and you're suicidal and you're getting a voice mail, a large number are going to voice mail, how much does that increase the chances of you harming yourself? it go a text from a friend of mine who works on the front lines of combating veterans suicides in minnesota and it's really the bureaucracy that's incapable of delivering quality service. they're trying to do the best they k. they can't handle all the calls. the system reroutes them to the voice mail and just the thought of a veteran who's suicidal getting a voice mail, this a powerful depiction. >> so it's horrible. congress has a proposed fix. merging v.a. hospitals with military hospitals, putting
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active duty military side by side with vets for medical treatment. is that a good idea? >> it's an interesting proposal. there are a lot of conversations about streamlining the process from soldiers or military members going from dod to the v.a. medical records don't automatically transfer. but just saying here's another set of government run hospitals you can access i don't think necessarily gets to the heart of what the veterans face. what is gaping traction is true choice. maybe get to a military facility, but see a private provider, which incentivizes the government run health care systems. >> would you be concerned that the quality of care or the timeliness of care for our veterans would -- if they were -- it would stay where they are and the military members would go down? >> think about that, there's a reason we have dedicated military hospitals.
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it's not just to provide for service members and their families, but for emergencies. you don't want them overwhelmed with vets who can't get care at v.a. facilities also. a true choice in letting folks choose empowers them to get the best care they need. i don't know how far this kind of proposal will go. it is also military bases are in certain areas, not across the entire country. >> got to do something. >> thank you, pete. >> you've got it. >> an informed voice on the subject. coming up, do you want to be your own boss? of course you do. cheryl casone has the top franchises hiring this year. and from last night's grammys, here is carrie underwood and sam white. ♪ constipated?
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back with the answer to the trivia question of the day. the answer is john mcenroe. i did guess that in my head i have to say. he turns 57 today and our winner on the trivia is clay from san antonio, texas. you'll be getting a copy of brian's newest book "thomas jefferson and the tripoli pirates," as well as the being complimented vigorously by tucker carlson. well, looking for work, a new report finds franchise businesses will grow at rates outpacing the economy in 2016. is it time to become your own boss? fox business network's cheryl casone is out on the plaza with the top hiring franchises.
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what have you got for us? >> hey, good morning. well, look, franchise, small business, why not be your own boss? it really has been a place that a lot of folks including our nation's heros have gone to find money and i have four companies today. they're all hiring. i want to start with real property management, and lucas one ofs -- runs one of the franchises there. 150 are open. >> that's right. we're the largest property management company in america. and our whole business is built upon taking away the headaches of opening and managing rental properties. >> a lot of people are -- >> and that's only growing as preferences change. more people want flexibility and freedom. >> all right. 150 jobs, real property management. i wish i had a bunch of house, i just have the one. let's go to unishippers. tell us what unishippers does. >> it's a service -- services small and medium sized
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businesses. we're one of two authorized resellers for u.p.s. >> so if i have a ton of stuff you'll ship it for me? >> right. we customize great program, give you personalized customer service. >> 120 jobs hiring across the country. >> absolutely. thank you very much. >> so again, i try not to be a hoarder, but sometimes i am. all right. this is weed man lawn care. >> how are you? >> great to be talking about grass in the winter? >> who knew there were that many jobs in the lawn care industry. >> entry level as well as managerial jobs and of course you can own a piece of the brand as well. >> who's your friend back here? >> this is weed man, keeping the world safe and green. >> you're weed man? >> yeah. >> i think he's your son, no? i'm just guessing. all right. i don't know. you're keeping the world safe from insects. we're talking about zika all the time. and marco's pizza, raven fisher.
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good morning. >> good morning. >> so you have 3,000 jobs that are open right now. >> we are, absolutely. we're planning to open 150 new franchise locations this year. so that's about 3,000 new jobs. >> you're launching a new store nearly every day? all over the country? >> yes. >> which states are the hottest? >> georgia has been great for us. texas also is up and coming. >> texas as well. so what are you making this morning really quick before we go? >> pepperoni pizza. this is mark, one of the pizza makers. >> there you go. we're making pizza. getting people hired. and it's nice and windy out here. we're hoping some of the pepperoni doesn't fly away. i'll make some and bring it up to you. >> please have weed man bring in the pizza for us. >> weedman is very cool. >> thank you. appreciate the report. it's the most hilarious video you will see all day.
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hello. it's tuesday the 16th of february, 2016. i'm anna kooiman. donald trump attacks on governor jeb bush but jeb is getting some brotherly love on the campaign trail. >> there seems to be a lot of name calling going on, but i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans. >> and bush isn't the only one with family support. eric trump joins us live this hour. have you ever wondered what it would sound like if hillary clinton barked like a dog? admit it, you thought of that. here it is. >> every time they say these things, like oh, you know, the
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great recession was caused by too much recession, arf, arf, you know? >> what? the yorkshire terrier within emerges. laura ingraham reacts in moments. and gary sinese interrupts the grammys for this patriotic and very un-hollywood message. >> i'd like to thank one -- take one brief second to send a shout-out to the men and women serving our country around the world who are in harm's way. thank you very much. >> got to love gary sinese. what a great patriot and supporter of the troops. that plus the night's controversies. there were many, straight ahead. we're having fun. "fox & friends," mornings are better with "friends." ♪ >> oh, yeah. this wouldn't be a real morning show if we didn't have the stars of this year's "sports illustrated" swimsuit models on. kel
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kelly rohrback and kelly -- >> eric trump has the tough job. >> watching the making of the cover of "sports illustrated." they're making history this year. they have three different covers. one of the models is a plus model. >> we plan to cover that history because this is the news business. but first, laura ingraham joins us to break down all of the day's highlights. great to see you this morning. >> hi, guys, how are you? >> great. so george w. bush, former president bush hasn't been heard from in public in many years but he came to north charleston last night in defense of his brother and to explain why his world view still matters. here's part of what he said. >> i came here for two reasons. one, because i care deeply about jeb and, two, because i care deeply about our country. [ applause ] being your president was a high privilege. and the honor of a lifetime.
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by the way, if serving as president of the united states makes me a part of the so-called establishment, i proudly care that label. [ applause ] there seems to be a lot of name calling going on but i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans. >> laura, what do you make of that, what do you think? >> well, i think there's a lot of lingering nostalgia and affection, true affection for the bush family. american people might not agree with a lot of the policies that came -- especially in the second bush term and might look differently at our decision to go into iraq now. you know, 20/20 hindsight is easy to have, but there's a lot of affection that persists across the country including in south carolina. that having been said, i also think there's a continuing divide in the republican party that really does connect to core
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bush beliefs in globalization and these massive trade deals. and a much more liberal approach to legal and illegal immigration. those divides are what is animating the republican fight for the nomination today. so i heard a lot of generalities coming from former president bush and it was fun. it was a fun -- it was a fun frolic i thought. but was it really digging down and into the deep policy, no. he wasn't going to do that. but i don't think it's going to change all that much. if i had to guess right now i don't think it's going to change the dynamic of where we are right now in south carolina. >> laura, we're hearing mr. donald trump doubling and tripling down on comments he made about george w. bush and that he lied about the weapons of mass destruction and took us into war in iraq and also said that bush didn't keep us safe after 9/11. here he is saying that's maybe the reason that bush hasn't been on the campaign trail with his brother. listen.
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>> bush who i don't think is going to do very well, even though his brother is coming into town which is of course lovely. ever ask yourself why his brother went silent for all the years? i heard for years he kept the country safe after 9/11 -- what does that mean, after? the team scoring 19 runs in the first inning but after that we played well. i don't think. so. >> pretty biting. laura, are we watching the republican party tear each other apart too much here? >> i'd analyze it a different way. i think this is -- this is not a bad thing to have the conversation. i wouldn't have said what donald trump said. that's not where i would go or what i believe. but i think what he believes -- i'm analyzing this. everyone calm down for a moment. i'm analyzing this. what i think is happening is he believes in his heart of hearts that he will not win the nomination unless he settles all the old scores with the bushes.
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unless he basically takes a flame thrower to their domestic policy and the foreign policy. that's his approach and that's his strategy. that might be the correct political strategy for going forward is that ultimately healthy for the republican party? i think it's good to have a substantive debate and i hope he takes it to the specifics of what the foreign policy going forward should be. can we learn lessons from iraq? i think it's possible for a good person, a patriotic, a wonderful president as commander in chief and love the troops and have made mistakes. i think it's possible to be a good person and make mistakes. it doesn't mean that everything bush did was bad and everything in the two terms of the bush administration was unhealthy for the country. but we have to ask ourselves serious questions today. it's about not the bush family, but about whether the country today is better off than it was eight years ago, and frankly go back 15 years ago. are we stronger economically, stronger in foreign policy? >> what happens if trump wins
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south carolina? i don't think that's anyone who's been hated more by republicans than donald trump right now. what does that tell us about the republican voters? >> i think it tells us that the voters are not wedded to bushism. i think the voters are much more interested in practical, pragmatic solutions for lifting up the middle class and rebuilding that bedrock of american society. both the working people, the working class and maybe the working poor. they're not that ideological today. i really believe the people are moving beyond the two party system. and it is the bush legacy is not a hill that the republicans should die on. i think they should look very soberly at what was done, the good things and the things that didn't work out so well for us. in future foreign policy engagements by the united states should be entered into with a will to win fully and with the view that at the end of this, this better have been good for the american people. and if neither of those conditions are met, then we maybe should take a pause before we jump into another conflict.
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i think that's where a lot of people are. i think they like the bushes. i certainly do. but we have to get back to a more pragmatic way of looking at things and whether or not this actually rebounds to the benefit of the american people at the end of it. >> absolutely. there's a potential for a foreign policy conversation about iraq, whether 2003, 2011 or the conditions today. but moving to the other side of the aisle and the democrats, hillary clinton trying to find way to catch fire like bernie sanders has found. she took a new tactic. take a listen here. >> one of my favorite, favorite political ads of all time was a radio ad, rural arkansas, where the announcer said, wouldn't it be great if somebody running for office said something we could have an immediate reaction as to whether it was true or not? well, we have trained this dog and the dog if it's not true, he's going to bark. i try to figure out how we can do that with the republicans, you know?
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we need to get that dog and follow him around and every time they say these things, like oh, you know, the great recession was caused by too much regulation, arf, arf, arf. >> laura, who in the clinton camp approved that in the speech? >> i think we're at pantsuit code red right now. this is -- i don't know -- i don't know if this was a tribute to the westminster dog show going on last night. i don't know what class, are we the hunting class? are we in the toy class? i don't know what class she's in right now. i didn't even understand the analogy. tucker, you have to explain that later on. i don't understand what she was doing there. >> i'm strongly pro dog here. and you alluded to the nevada caucuses, and hillary's people said there's no way she can lose there. if she does lose to bernie there, what does it tell us? >> it's bushism, it's really
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popular, in the republican party and does hillary clinton what she represents, is she popular? i think there are a lot of empty seats there last night. i think the momentum and the energy is with the older gentleman from vermont. i think we're in for a wild ride. the african-american vote is key here. they're still turning out, two, almost three to one to sanders. if they can hold in south carolina and some of the state states, i think hillary has a strong possibility of being the nominee. last night was not a good night for her. although i think i'd -- i think i'd give her second place for that performance. >> laura. i want to get your take on th this -- the unexpected death of antonin scalia, something disturbing trending on twitter. if you take a look at this, the one, two, three, fourth one was clarence thomas and people were saying should he be next?
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that's what one tweet said. the next one if we can scroll up here. scroll up here. fingers crossed, clarence thomas is next. then we have one more, somebody should stand next to thomas at scalia's funeral and whisper, your turn. can you believe it? >> of course i can believe it. are these the evolving standards of decency that the left is embracing in the death of scalia? he was a close friend of mine and justice thomas is probably the best boss i had at the courts. so it doesn't surprise me one bit. this is where the left goes. the tolerant people, oftentimes with the most hateful, ungracious and frankly i mean those tweets -- they say more about the individual of course than they say about justice thomas. i don't quantiwant to dignify i more than that. >> they're tolerant if you agree with them. >> they don't want to have the debate. they just want to demean and malign and personal attack.
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so, you know, i think they speak for themselves. >> yeah. there's been a lot of that recently. thanks, laura. >> good to see you. >> 11 minutes after the hour. for what else is making news headlines, we have lea gabrielle in for heather nauert. >> this twister we're about to show you're in the florida/alabama border damaging a dozen homes. at least three were injured. 16,000 still without power this morning. in the northeast, snow and slush blanketing cities after the chilliest day of the year. freezing rain causing more than 2,000 car crashes up and down the east coast. but out west is where everyone wants to be because several coastal cities are seeing the hottest temperatures in almost 40 years. and a fox news alert, four american journalists detained in bahrain have reportedly been released now. a prosecutor in the country says the journalists were let go this morning after being arrested two days ago.
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officials in bahrain said they were arrested because they did not have the proper permits. and a delight forced to land just 16 -- flight forced to land just 16 minutes after takeoff because of smoke in the cockpit. it was cleared for landing in dulles airport, all 161 passengers are safe. the airline is still looking for the source of that smoke. those your headlines. back to you guys. >> thanks, lea. all right. remember the professor caught on camera telling a student journalist to get off campus? well, this morning there's a new video and this time she's going after the cops. and taylor swift wins the top prize at the grammy and takes a shot at kanye west. that's next. announcement: this storm promises to be the biggest of the decade. with total accumulation of up to three feet. roads will be shut down indefinitely. and schools are closed. campbell's soups go great with a cold and a nice red. made for real, real life. because you can't beat zero heartburn! i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn
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♪ well, social media is buzzing over the star studded affair, especially that audio nightmare for adele. we are talking about the grammys now. the singer said a mike fell on the piano, making for the awkward out of tune performance. she took it in stride and got a standing ovation. she later tweeted out, hey, things happen. and because of it though i'm treating myself to an in and
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out. so maybe it was worth it. you go girl. i guess that was -- she just needed a hamburg tore make herself feel better. taylor swift took a shot at kanye west after he claimed credit for her fame in his new song. >> there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame. some day when you get where you're going, you'll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there. >> going to shake it off, shake it off. one of the most talked about moments was last night when rapper kendrick lamar delivered a politically charged black lives matter performance in handcuffs. he mentioned trayvon martin and his band played behind bars. next up lady gaga went all out with a tribute to the late david bowie, singing a decades long medley. ♪
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♪ this is ground patrol to major tom ♪ ♪ you really made the grade >> well, she rocked costumes from the starman's ziggy stardust and her fellow super bowl performer bruno mars took grammy gold for album of the year for "uptown funk." lauryn hill and rihanna had to cancel at the last night. i don't know why we mentioned lionel richie. it was so good with megan tra-- megan tray for. >> and my second favorite part is when rich people try to be aggrieved. it sounds like a certain president who is currently in office. i'm the victim. everybody is so mean to me,
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really? >> sit back and enjoy it. the entertainment value. i mean, come on. >> sit back and enjoy it. you hit the lotto, you're selling millions of records, everyone loves you. you're not a victim. sorry. >> are you talking about taylor swift? >> all these people. >> if you get tap water instead of sparkling water, it's a travesty. >> speaking of someone who doesn't take himself seriously and has an un-hollywood message, gary sinese interrupted the grammys for this message for the troops. >> i want to take a brief second to send a special shout-out to the men and women who are serving our world. >> he does incredible things for the troops. love to see that. >> pretty nice. next up, speculation is running rampant this morning over who will replace justice scalia. new jersey senator cory booker's name is being thrown around. would he take the job if offered? we'll have chance to ask him. there he is. and jamaica is warning people about the zika virus with
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some quick headlines for you. jamaica is fighting the zika virus with the power of music. ♪ ♪ protect your babies ♪ >> the ministry of health on the musically rich caribbean island is reminding people to use bug
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spray, get rid of stagnant water around the house to prevent spreading the virus. the zika virus is affecting major league baseball. they're monitoring the players while in florida for spring training. five counties are under a state of emergency because of the virus. anna. following the death of antonin scalia both parties drew a battle line over who and when the next appointee should be. >> one of the names being thrown around quite a lot, he join us next, author of the new book "united, thoughts on finding common ground and advancing the common ground," senator cory booker. >> thank you. you have a fun show. it's good to be back. >> are you going to take the job? >> i'm taking the job as author. >> oh, come on now. you get the call from president obama, we need you, what do you say? >> i'm putting that aside, if you don't mind -- >> i specialize in the hypotheticals. >> i'm going to focus on i was elected by jersey to give six years. i'm going to be the best senator
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i can for my state that i love. i know you love jersey. jersey's in your heart. >> and the process though, a lot of contention around nominate or not nominate, the republicans are standing against it, the president insisting he will. how should the senate react to this? >> if you're a constitutionalist like justice scalia, it says you shall nominate, and we should follow that. reagan in the last year of his presidency, roosevelt, hoover, we shouldn't break that precedent. and mitch mcconnell he's talked about this before. he says we should be doing regular order in the senate. this would be bad for america if we did not hold hearings. the judiciary committee vote on someone, put it on the floor. let's vote on it. >> and your name has not been thrown around just for a supreme court justice nominee, but also for a running mate potentially
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for hillary rodham clinton. you have been out campaigning for her. what do you make of the state of the race and just how close bernie sanders is nipping at her heels? >> she's sort of seen this when the campaign got started, she let me know this is a tough road. because nobody anoints someone president of the united states or even a representative of their party. she said i have to earn every inch of ground and would you fight with me in the trenches? that's what i have been doing. >> but bernie? >> look, i served with senator sanders. he has a very compelling message of course it's resonating with people. but i hope when folks analyze on the democratic side who can advance this country best, who can deliver on substantive things that are urgently needed in communities like the ones across new jersey, from senior citizens living in poverty, to too much taxpayer money being wasted on things like the broken criminal justice system that neat reflecting our highest -- that's not reflecting our highest values, she's
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delivering. when hiring people, it's called grit. i love people who have the story that, you know, she -- she was a first lady of arkansas all the way to now, you gets in the public space, fights, lose even the presidential election, efforts to get the universal health care and even coming from the loss to rise to that level and i love her grit. >> your book, you're reading a section of it in the commercial break to it. read it to our viewers, because it was great. >> we've talk about this before, my father, and this book is about themes -- american themes, not partisan themes. it basically says my father's truth was a relentless positivity. he radiated it and he seemed to believe he could affect the world around him with the force of his spirit. he would say, son, there's two
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ways to go through life. as a thermometer or a thermostat. be a thermostat and set the temperature. and we used to know -- and i have a lot of respect for you, we have so much power to affect people around us. not with the big speeches and the big elections but with human kindness and generosity. alice walker says there's the most common way that people give up their power is not realizing they have it in the first place. we've not here because of this great male theory of american life, where the people descend from olympus, george washington, and martin luther king. we here because of a conspiracy of love, doing extra ordinary acts of kindness and love. people i can't name, they stormed the beaches in normandy, put a up a flag and got on the freedom rides. we need to realize we have more in common. >> relentless positivity.
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thank you, senator. >> thank you for having me. i hope to be back on your couch some time soon. >> thank you. coming up, trump ramping up the attacks on jeb bush and jeb is getting brotherly love on the campaign trail though. >> there seems to be a lot of name calling going on, but i want to remind you what our good dad told me one time. labels are for soup cans. >> jeb's not the only one getting family support. eric trump walking into the studio right now. remember the professor caught on camera telling a journalist to get off campus? there's a new video and this time she's going after the cops.
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worth three times as much now. [ laughter ] >> welcome back to the show. we have with us eric trump. >> great to be here. >> great to see you. the moment of the debate where your father went after george w. bush and the iraq war, that's not something any political consultant would ever counsel a candidate to do. your dad did it anyway. why did he do it? >> my father is the type of guy, he was totally against the iraq war. we went in with trillions of dollars, a lot of people got hurt. you know better than anybody. what do we have to show for it now? he was saying the whole time, take the oil, take the oil. repay the company for the sacrifice we're making. i think it was a major blunder, you know, of that presidency. he's just a very, very honest guy. i was proud of him for saying that. you have to remember, right, he's clearly the front-runner. everybody on the statement had to go after him. they had no other playbook other than doing after trump. he has to fight back and he's a great counterpuncher.
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>> on the iraq war, a lot of discussion to be ahead about foreign policy. why not a discussion about 2011, the abandonment of the successful surge. why not make that the hill to go on? >> i think my father said, listen, once you're in, don't get in. once you're in we shouldn't have gone out. he certainly criticizes obama for that decision. that was a foolish decision because we were there and we had made a lot of progress, et cetera. he sees the financial toll it takes on this country being in there for as long as we were. we have a real problem. we're at $19 trillion worth of debt, we crossed it the other day. the amount of infrastructure we need to invest in this country, the fact that our educational systems are failing, i mean, we have real, real problem. he said, listen, why go in there, destabilize the middle east and create a hornet's nest and spend all this money, what have we gotten for it? that was his message. >> well, president george w. bush said jeb bush, his brother is the man to fix it, not trump.
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so he got help from his brother in charleston, he took a shot at your father, but didn't mention him by name. >> it's not empty rhetoric or bluster. it is not theatrics. real strength, strength of core purpose comes from integrity and character. these are tough times. and i understand that americans are angry and frustrated. but we do not need someone in the oval office who mirrors and inflames our anger and frustration. we need someone who can fix the problems that caused the anger and frustration and that's jeb bush. >> bushes are well loved in south carolina. they have been treated well in elections in years past. could this actually backfire, the attacks that your father has been placing on not just governor bush, but on george w. bush? his approval ratings are up
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among republicans 84% right now. could it backfire? >> i thought it was interesting he used the integrity word, because my father has more integrity is the most loyal. if someone hits him, right, remember, jeb spent $100 million a large part has been placing negative ads against my family. you know, my father, et cetera. so he's also willing to go on the attack. that's really what he had to do. i think he's done it very well. you see george come out. i think that's kind of jeb's last card. he hasn't done well in the polls. it's sad, he's spent a lot of money. it's kind of his last card, his proverbial hail mary. i'm not sure he had any other choice. but he spent a lot of money against my father, he has to go after him. he's spent so much money in terms of the negative ads. >> so it's not an overstatement to say that the republicans truly hate the trump campaign, the official republican response to the president's state of the union address included an attack
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on your dad's campaign. your dad sis saying that the rn has broken its pledge and he'll run third party and break the pledge. >> i don't think he needs to. i haven't missed one debate, i'm by my father's side. it is sad, almost like a teacher in school picking the favorite student. it may not be the best student, but favorite student. you see the little cliques. the republican party should get behind the best candidate, the person who has the best ability to win and my father has started a revolution in this country. people are sick of what's happening in government. right? that's why his poll numbers are where they are. i mean, they're really sick of it. they don't want a washington insider and he's doing great. it would be nice to see a party rally behind that. >> if something were to happen, does he stick by his pledge, no third party run? >> i don't know, i don't think he wants to, i don't think he
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has to. i think we'll do very, very well in south carolina and go into the caucuses in nevada and do amazingly well and then we have super tuesday. i don't think he'll need to. but he would like to be treated fairly. by the way, they should. out of general principle he should be treated fairly. >> thank you, eric trump. thanks for playing along with us with the supermodels. >> you'll end up divorced this morning. >> you are good at this. >> it's all for tv. i promise. 39 after the hour and here's lea with the headlines. fox news alert. jodi arias still causing trouble even behind bars. she's lost her visitation privileges for 200 days, calling a corrections officer a crude name. the prosecutor was here and talked about the mistake that put her behind bars.
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>> the gas cans was used so she wouldn't have to stop for gas and she could stand up and say i was never in arizona. given how manipulative she could be with the truth, if i brought it out early she'd have something ready for me. >> she is currently serving a life sentence in arizona without parole. so the disgraced university of missouri professor who confronted a student journalist now caught on camera cursing at police. >> go -- >> [ bleep ]. >> yeah, this video of melissa click was shot at a homecoming parade protest. when police tried to break it up, click started to curse at them. the chaplain said she was disappointed in her conduct. and the band on stage when the horrifying attacks happened
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in paris is back on the stage tonight. the crew is getting the venue ready. jesse hughes spoke out about his views on gun control. >> well, i'll ask you, did your french gun control stop a single person from dying at the bataclan, i don't think so. maybe everyone needs gun. >> 130 people died in the terrorist attacks in november. those are your headlines. back to you. >> thank you. >> thank you, you're the best. >> thank you. >> good to see you this morning. >> my parents are at home watching me. >> i love your hair today. you look fabulous. well, president obama could nominate justice scalia's replacement as early as next week. will he win this battle? peter johnson jr. is up next. it's about to get hot in here. we have two of the "sports
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the world's #1 choice what pain? advil. president obama planning to nominate the next supreme court justice despite repeatedly protests from republicans. >> irrespective of what president obama does, we're not moving forward on a nominee until after the election. the next president should nominate for the next opening. i believe i'll be the next president and i'll look for one as much like scalia as possible. >> this can dramatically alter the balance of power on the supreme court and we have a election going on right now. i believe we should make the 2016 election a referendum on the supreme court. >> so the battle lines are drawn. who is likely to win? peter johnson jr. joins us now
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with an overview. so peter, i think very few republicans who want to see president obama in his eighth year in office fill the ninth seat of the supreme court. the question is as a tactical matter was it wise for the senate majority leader to say we're not going to consider a nominee? >> no, i think the republicans have to recalculate immediately. when you make a mistake, say you make a mistake. part of the reasons that the outsiders are doing so well they're disgusted with the congress of the united states. democrats an republicans. if you said we're no going to count any person that the president puts up, that's a problem. they're going to have a countdown and a clock. as to the intransigence of the united states senate going forward. >> so you're saying it would be wiser to take a look at the nominees and then evaluate and then turn them down if you don't like them? >> in order to be true to conservative principles and in order to be true to the constitution and in order to be true to the memory of justice scalia, yes, mr. president, send who you want to send over, we'll
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look at the man and the woman and you have said in spite of precedent, you say you want to force the issue. fine. if you want to force the issue, force the issue and we in due time just as you in due time making a nomination will decide whether to consent to that nomination of a united states supreme court justice. >> so they wouldn't have to confirm the nominees. >> the republicans need to step it back at this point and say, listen, we're going to grieve for justice scalia at this point and then make a determination about where we are. there's no line in the sand. my concern is, "a" conservative principles, "b" the constitution and also the future of the two-party system. where will the republican party be two or three years from now when it is remembered that the republican party said we would not -- we would not even look at a nominee for the united states supreme court? it's not smart. it's not good for our future.
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it's not good for our governancence and not good for the notion that this government is responsive to the needs of the country. we need a supreme court with nine people on it. they need to step it back today. >> thank you for your analysis. we have saved the best for last. "sports illustrated" swimsuit models are joining us on the set. but first, we check in with martha mccollum. >> i thought i was the best for last. >> i think you are. >> well, thank you, tucker. good morning, everybody. so the cruz/trump feud boils over and george w. sweeps into south carolina to help his brother jeb. hillary hits the campaign trail as well, what is working there and what is not? and a cancer break through with powerful promise, when bill and see you in a couple minutes at the top of the hour. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha.
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♪ ♪ pour some sugar on me, i need some more love ♪ for first time ever, "sports illustrated" swimsuit crowned three cover models. hailey clauson, ashley graham and ronda rousey. they're all beautiful, sexy and strong. >> they've said all women in the issue are cover worthy. to talk about how they made it into the pages of the iconic swimsuit edition we have models kelly rohrbach and emily dedimoto, sorry if i butchered that. >> thank you for having us. >> what an honor, right, to be in "sports illustrated." what is this like, sitting on this video and seeing your pictures in the pages? >> it's totally awesome. it feels like christmas. such an exciting time. >> it's great. this is my second year in it.
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and it's so nice to be invited back. >> but you're relatively new to modeling, right? >> i am. "sports illustrated" was my first shoot, actually last year was my first shoot. >> like winning the heisman the first time -- >> exactly. >> what happens when you go into 7-eleven and people are like, wait a second, i just saw you in "sports illustrated"? >> i haven't had that experience. >> i haven't either. >> i wish i could tell you. >> you need to go to 7-eleven more often. >> you played golf at georgetown. >> i did. >> you're starring on the screen in the next edition of "bay watch." >> i am. >> c.j. parker, big shoes to fill. >> big suit to fill. >> yeah. >> yeah, we start shooting on monday in miami. so here we go, right? >> america is excited. >> for those of us who might not know the answer, what's the link between the swimsuit issue and athletics? >> i actually heard -- somebody told me -- okay, so there's sort
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of nothing going on right now, like football is done, basketball -- nothing has really started or ended yet. kind of like a -- an in between period for sports and they wanted to get people excited again. there's what somebody told me. >> you know what, it's working. >> it's working. feeling excited. >> what is it like for your dating life? >> it doesn't help it or hurt it. >> doesn't hurt it. >> yeah. doesn't make a great difference. >> so you still can't find a date, it's impossible? >> yeah. >> so real. >> like do guys get uncomfortable around you? they're so hot? >> not really, no. i mean, we're not always also looking like this. i feel like when i'm not working, my hair is in a top knot, workout pants. people are like, oh, yeah, okay. >> true. and emily, you played hockey. >> i did, yes.
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>> you're a daughter of a first responder and your brother is a harlem police officer and your dad is a firefighter, so you ble background. >> right. my brother is a cop here. so we're very much first responders. >> awesome. i didn't know that. >> there are extra editions at the firehouse. >> yeah. my brother is so relaxed about it and my dad is just proud. yeah, they're really proud. >> how nice. >> it's cool. >> wow. you're both whole some, normal, smart people. >> yeah. >> it's great. >> i never met a "sports illustrated" swimsuit model before. >> and the couch has never looked so good. we'll have more with kelly and emily in a couple of moments. so don't go anywhere. does the smell of a freshly bound presentation fill you with optimism? do you love your wireless keyboard more than certain family members? is your success due to a filing system only you understand?
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♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf, arf ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf, arf ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out, arf, arf, arf ♪ ♪ who let the dogs out >> the internet is going crazy after hillary clinton yesterday on the campaign trail was trying to get a nice little dig in at the republicans and was barking like dogs. >> you said you loved it. >> i thought it was the most charming thing i have ever seen her do and i mean that with total sincerity. i love the barking. >> the message is don't bark in public. >> ladies, can you bark? >> don't. >> yeah. >> well, don't bark. that's your pledge to america. you don't need to. you did a great job.
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>> i vow as a "sports illustrated" model to never bark. >> we'll have more of the inside scoop on inside of "sports illustrated" with these lovely ladies coming up after the show show. log in to foxandfriends.com. have a great day, everybody. >> bye. bill: campaigning like it's 2004. president george w. bush on the trail in south carolina stumping for his brother and taking aim at the frontrunner. martha: i'm martha maccallum. it's true, former president bush was speaking at a bush rally. he never called the real estate mag that by name, but his message was clear ahead of the primary to these voters. >> i understand americans are angry and frustrated.

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