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your home tonight. that is it for this "special report." fair, balanced and unafraid. greta goes "on the record" right now. "special report" online starts in a few seconds and a guest anchor. hello, everyone, and i'm greta van susteren and tonight we have a very special "on the record." you are joining us to celebrate 3500 episodes. but right now, the news. and members of congress on capitol hill for the first time coming out to support this candidate for president. >> you know, we weren't expected a couple of months ago, we weren't expect to do win this one. you know that, right? we weren't. the pundits, we weren't expected to win too much and now we are winning, winning, winning the country. >> joining us now one of the first people on capitol hill to support the trump 2016 ticket, congressman duncan hunter goes "on the record." good evening, sir. >> hey, greta.
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and congratulations. >> thank you, sir. it's always fun to have the 3500 shows. anyway, why are you endorsing donald trump and why now? >> well, i was a huckabee supporter. i supported him through iowa until he withdrew. three things, really, greta. three things. national security, border security, and manufacturing and trade. those are the three main things he talks about. i'm from san diego. we have one of the only secure borders in the nation. in san diego. it has stopped international crime. can't move back and forth between mexico and the u.s. if you are a bad guy. we have the border fence in san diego. number two. i did tree tours overseas, one in iraq and two in afghanistan. my son should not have to go iraq. and i trust that trump will make our military stronger and he will make it so either we don't have to use it or when we do use it, we will absolutely:u crush and destroy the enemy.
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number three, manufacturing and jobs. he understands the way china cheat. he understands the way countries cheat on trade and understands we have lost,s millions of manufacturing, great jobs in this country. and i think he knows how to bring them back. things. you know, he is not a policy wonk. he is a leader. i think we need a leader as president. not a policy guy. that's what you have me for, right? >> how do you know is he a leader? what makes you say that? >> because can i see it it there are are trades of leadership. i think he has shown those. you know, he wears his emotions on his sleeve. he says things that i don't always agree.qjwith, but i think he is a leader. i have never talked to him. i have never met him but he is somebody who inspires people to it think that america can be more than what it is now. that's leadership quality that i think is important. >> why did you pick governor huckabee over donald trump in the beginning? >> because governor huckabee was the only candidate that asked me. we are old friends. my dad ran with him when my
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dad ran for president in 2008, they were buddies. i like him. he would have been a great president, too. >> do you expect other members of congress to be likewise supporting donald trump because he doesn't have a lot. >> to come out of the congress. >> you and congressman collin? >> you are going to see more members of congressáf come out of donald trump closet on this for sure. >> why have so many members of congress been slow to support him, endorse him? >> i don't know. you know, people, you know how politicians are. everybody has their finger in the wind. i don't think they want to hurt their own election. but i think we are all free to choose who we like. and who we think will do the best job. that's what you i did. i think you are going to have other people do it too and probably really soon. >> why not senator marco rubio? why not senator ted cruz? >> you know, senator rubio and senator cruz both great guys. senator rubio, i think, immigration is a a stopping issue with me with senator rubio. we have to have secure borders. you have to have american
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sovereignty. you have to know who is coming across the border. weave had that in san diego and the rest of the nation needs toe)j follow. and senator cruz, let's just say he will not the have my vote. i have to work with all the time here in the house and senate, and i don't like the way that he has portrayed himself in the past and he won't have my support in the future. >> i don't know if you know, this but, of course, you do know that you were instrumental getting sergeant tahmooressi out of that mexican prison. i don't know if you know, this but what you and donald trump do have in common is after he did get out, donald trump not seeking any publicity, but that he helped sergeant tahmooressi out. he wrote him a check to jump start his life. >> that's great. that's the kind of guy he is i didn't know that well, good. >> all right. now, let me turn to some of the other candidates. governor kasich. why not governor kasich? >> great guy. i mean, these are all great guys. instead of asking why not thel" other guys. i mean, why endorse trump, i think i told you the other guys are good. i'm not going to bad mouth
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them. i think they are great. i will happily vote them for president of the united states. i like trump. he has qualities that we need as a leader of the united states. and for him as brash as he is, and as bold as he is, i think he can get people to follow him and make some real changes in this country, especially after seven years of horrible leadership. >> you haven't called donald trump to say i'm going tone doors you? >> no. no. i don't think he cares, frankly. that's one thing that i like about him, too. he doesn't care about endorsements. >> so he is here -- he is hearing about it on tv. >> probably about it on twitter which is how he likes to do it anyway, i think. >> congressman, nice to see you sir, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> well, the nevada caucus is in the books. and donald trump pulled off a giant win. of he clobbered his competition. and impressive victory is trump's third in a row making him even harder to beat. >> we love nevada. we love nevada.
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thank you. >> i want to congratulate donald trump on a strong evening. >> we're the smartest people, we're the most loyal people. >> history teaches us t.t nobody has ever won the nomination without winning one of the first three primaries. >> i know the pundits and the political class, they want to call everything, and they say it's all done, it's all over. we may as well go home. >> you know what i really am happy about, because i have been saying it for a long time, 46% were the hispanics, 46%, number one with hispanics. >> i believe that things are starting to happen here. >> can anyone catch up to trump? the "on the record" political panel is here. "fortune magazine" nina easton and the "boston globe" anna. before we get to the question whether anyone can catch up to trump now. nina, 46% of the hispanic vote and this is against rubio and cruz, and after trump has said those things about the wall in mexico, you can explain this?
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>> well, it shows that he doesn't have the feeling that everybody claims he had. so he was able to broaden his base with hispanics. >> 15 points above the next one. >> next one is evangelicals. ted cruz was basing his campaign basically on evangelicals, which are a huge section of the party,[k sector of the party. rubio was counting on that. and he is winning evangelicals. this is a guy who has been married three times, walls pro-choice, and drops explicittives like bombs on the way, you know, iraq or something. this guy, and he is winning the evangelical vote. >> big, big. he is not just inching by the evangelical or inching past the hispanic, it's big. can anyone catch up to him? >> i mean, certainly looks like they cannot. i mean, for everút we have been wondering does he stumble? and it's hard to see that stumbling happening at this moment. sure, super tuesday i think we will learn a lot.
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if there is is a vulnerability, that's where we will see it but, my goodness, i mean, he has -- he took nevada by such storm. he took south carolina by storm. and it's really -- there is no question that it's his to lose. i don't really see. >> there is no senator rubio speech last night. he got hammered on the twitter universe the other night when he was -- because he was claiming victory second place in south carolina. do we not hear from him last night because he didn't want to get hammered again or because it was too late, too early in the morning? >> probably a combination of the two. i mean, look, you know, donald trump has been able to take down every single person's expectation like again and again and again. and i just think that, you know, people are trying out new strategies and you thought with mitt romney again coming out with a new strategy. they are -- they have been unable to distract him. >> which brings me to governor mitt romney. he said there could be a bombshell with donald
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trump's tax returns. and which surprised me because i think he was not particularly happy with when senator reid made that comment anonymously about his tax returns. >> i love governor romney as a everybody knows. i think that's part of the wishful thinking crowd again that nothing has been a bombshell so far in this campaign. attacking john mccain and thereby bow's wasn't a bombshell. attacking megyn kelly and thereby women wasn't a bombshell. calling for a temporary ban on muslims hasn't been a bombshell. nothing has been a bombshell that stuck with this guy. and sodq it's hard for me to see something coming out. maybe there is but i think we have to be realistic about the prospects. >> so far the g.o.p. voters, they really are in favor of trump. no matter what some others might say. i have a question for you viewers at home. now is your big chance to vote at home on twitter. will the g.o.p. establishment get behind trump if he wins the nomination? tweet yes or no using #greta. i'm going to show you live twitter votes throughout the show.
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and, nina, let me ask you. will they get behind him? >> i bet they will. absolutely i bet they will. i think he will be good at rebranding himself in a general election that he will rebrand himself as the guy who can make deals and get stuff done and reach across the aisle. i mean, this guy knows how to rebrand. he rebranded himself from somebody who hung out with the clintons to a, you know, the frontrunner in the republican nomination. >> suddenly being a moderate will be helpful for him. >> the numbers are justo coming. in so far the viewers are split. we need more viewers to vote at home. we will see how they continue to feel. nina and anna, if you will both stick around. all eyes are now on texas. for texas senator ted cruz is it do or die because it is his home state. will he win? houston chronicle reporter brian is in austin. how is your hometown senator, home state doing? is he leading in the polls there? >> he is leading in the polls. although it is -- it's
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difficult to know by how much. i think two polls came out today. one had him up by 1u points and another one had him up by just one point. so, is clearly the favorite. he has been for months. but he hasn't sealed the deal yet. it's too soon to tell it. >> now, former governor perry has endorsed him. current governor greg abbot has endorsed of him. is that a big deal to the absolutely., do you think? yeah. especially the endorsement today of the current governor greg abbot. very popular among republicans. he has well to popular than ted cruz. so, he is definitely going to help. on the other hand, texas is an early voting state. a lot of people vote early, almost half the electorate votes early. and it's kind of late. early voting has been going on for a while now. so at least a third of voters have already cast their ballots. so it can't hurt, but in a close election, it could put him over the top.
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>> are youuóñu meeting undecideds? >> yes there are certainly some out there. some that are still-i can't decide between -- a lot of people can't decide between trump or cruz and rubio in the mix as well. >> well, it's going to be a very exciting day in texas and many states across the country as we watch. and everything is bigger in texas, including the 2016 race. some of the g.o.p. candace are flocking to the lone star state where the race could be an old western brawl. >> we feel great about the work we're putting in and what it's going to lead to. >> no, i'm staying in because i think at the end of the day i'm going to accumulate enough delegates to win. >> i have got to be a good person today, at leeps for the next hour, i'm sorry. >> the time for the clowns and acrobats and dancing bears has passed. >> a% of the people7ri did not vote for donald trump.
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four other people. >> don't tell me you oppose amnesty, show me where you have led the fight against amnesty. >> we're going to be very strong on the borders. we're going to be very, very strong on trade. we're going to be very strong on protecting our second amendment. p.t. barn numb. >> as candidates set their sights on texas they better not forget about 11 other states. 12 states vote making it the biggest single day for candidates to earn delegates. can any trump opponent in the 2016 republican field slow him down? former senior advisor to george bush karl rove goes "on the record." the wind behind the sails of donald trump. is there a path to victory for let's say senator marco rubio? >> yeah. the path is to begin consolidating between now and the first nobody is going to drop out. but the idea is that on the
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first, somebody who is part of that 65% of the republican electorate, that is not for donald trump begins to pull ahead and pull away. by the 8th, there is more consolidation. they have to get -- this has to get down to a two-man race by the i.e.d.s of march, 15th of march. others on the 15th of march. if we have(% two or three or five way contest. it's very likely that donald trump 32 to 35 to 36% of the vote is going to take the winner take all primaries in florida and ohio with 99 delegates in florida. 66 in ohio, take most of the delegates in the mostly winner take all illinois with 69 delegates. and take most of missouri's 52 delegates which, again are mostly winner take all. there is plenty of time left. if everybody gets -- if everybody gets roughly the same percentage of the vote that they got in south carolina, by the 14th of march, this thing is still going to be very up with
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41%, 42% of the hands of donald trump. the and the rest not in the hands of donald trump.[s by the ide of march, the republicans who don't want donald trump better be coagulated around one candidate or he is likely to be the big winner on that day and presumptive favorite. >> do you not factor into this though that donald trump isn't winning by just a little. so let's say that senator ted cruz does get out of the race, and there has been a wicked battle between senator cruz and donald trump, but those voters, you know, those voters may want to go to donald trump. i mean, i don't -- when someone gets out -- if rubio gets out, i don't think all votes necessarily go to cruz. >> yeah. well, first of all, greta. let's be careful. what has donald trump gotten. he has gotten 23% of the vote in iowa. 35% of the vote in new hampshire. 32.5% of the vote in south carolina. a huge primary. and then tuesday night he got a very strong 45.9 9% in the nevada caucuses.
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remember, it's a caucus, not a primary. less than one out of every six nevada republicans turned out to vote. it was bigger than they have had in the past. it was 17% of the electorate turned out to to vote. by comparison, iowa had had would take not 75,000 but 128,000 nevada republicans to turn out to match the performance that we had in the iowa caucus cans. think about this. in nevada they had 75,000 republicans turn out and caucus. in south carolina, a state that's about twice as big, they had over 500,000 republicans turn out and vote. so, let's be careful about reading much into into the nevada caucus can. he won, it was a strong victory. but it's going to be a much different battle field next week. you mentioned for example texas. take a look at these. these are the three recent polls in texas. and as you can see, all three of them have something in common. that is that ted cruz is in
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third. donald trump in second. but, he is in the running away with it. in fact, if you take a look at it, he is not closing well. and in three of the past four contests, the people that made up their minds in the closing days of the contest have not made up their mind to be for donald trump. >> carl, thank you, it's going to be exciting tuesday. >> one thing, greta. happy 3,500th. >> thank you. >> your own white board. >> thank you very much. and popular republican nevada governor brian sandoval is reportedly being eyed by president obama as the next supreme court justice. reports say the white house has begun the vetting process of the former federal court judge. governor sandoval, a republican centrist, also served as nevada attorney general with four being elected in 2011 as the governor of nevada. senate republicans have vow to do ignore, block any supreme court nominee from president obama. but if a republican is chosen by president obama, this could force the senate republican's hand.
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and, rush limbaugh has a stern message for the republican establishment. you're going to hear directly from rush limbaugh next. of course, we're monitoring the breaking weather news. tornado watches around warnings up and down the east coast now. "on the record" is tracking dangerous storms. that's straight ahead. plus 3500 episodes of "on the record." and we have something you can't miss, plans for the show tonight. plus immediately following this show, go right to my facebook page where i will live stream with all of you. >> greta, we want to share a shows. you're number one, mrs.. you are always our number one. we love you, mmmmwah
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much well, it might an a bad time to be part of the g.o.p. establishment. now conservative talk show host and the star of all radio, rush limbaugh, ripping the g.o.p. establishment and sending a strong message. >> in the case of the anger on the republican side propelling this primary season, everybody is saying it's irrational, it's kooky, it's irresponsible, it's insane. nobody is saying hey, why are they mad? what did we do to make them so mad? maybe we need a seminar or two over here at some lobbyist's office to figure out why they are so mad at us. why don't you people take a time-out instead of mischaracterizing the an aer, follow your own guidelines and try to learn from it? why don't you tryf to ask yourself what are you -- you
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have done that made everybody so mad? >> the "on the "on the record" political panel is back. that's going to hit a nerve. rush limbaugh is saying listen to the people. >> such an honor to be on your anniversary show. really awesome. we have been tweeting about it all day. i think he is right that the establishment was clueless on some level. i think it's less about anger than anxiety. it's about economic anxiety. keep in mind our middle class dropped below 50% for the very first time in decades in december. so, not a majority of us is middle class anymore. we have been shedding manufacturing jobs. we have been having trouble keeping up with the manufacturing centers in places like china. in fact, there is some good studies out on the toll that's actually taken on american workers. establishment republicans and the business community and i have to admit people, journalists like myself we have praised free trade because nafta actually helped the economy for a longrç time and continues to,
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but this whole world economic trends and particularly china's competition as a manufacturing centered has really battered us. and so trump not only does he talk about immigration, he talks about offshoring jobs all the time. >> annie? >> yeah, well, i have to say i think it is a little-ironic for rush limbaugh to be talking about somebody who has stoked anger in the population. and, you know, i listen to his show. i have to say especially when i have driven around iowa and new hampshire. a lot of what he talks about is the raw anger without the solutions. and i do wonder if he would spend a little bit more time expressing that anger, sure, but looking to solutions, too. >> he is saying -- essentially saying to the republican party, are you going out and listening to these people? maybe you wouldn't be so baffled why this is happening? just go talk to them. >> i think that's right. but i do also think that you need leaders who are going to do a little bit more than
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just demagogue. i think that is what a number of people on talk radio do. >> all right, nina, any, thank you both very much. the "the washington post" editorial board slamming the rep]ican national committee. at the center of the fight, guess what? donald trump. you need to hear the rnc response. you will. that's next. and there is breaking weather news. the same storm system that brought deadly tornadoes to the east coast. we are tracking those storms. coming up, plus, 3500 episodes of "on the record." stay tuned for special surprises. >> greta van susteren, greta unbelievable. i did 60 years, greta. but you will get there because you are a terrific broadcaster. and i loved working with you at cnn and i love watching you on fox. keep it up, greta.
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trump campaign spin out of control. but the rnc is not taking this sitting down. a short time ago, rnc chairman reince priebus went "on the record." you, sir. >> thank you, greta. >> mr. chairman, the "the washington post" editorial board has had a sort of blistering editorial with headline republican leader silenced on trump is inexcusable and irrational and they go on to say all sorts of things. they say that -- they talk about the moral poison of donald trump's campaign. how do you respond, sir? >> well, i mean, it's totally insanity. i mean, the idea that, you know, i'm not trashing donald trump enough as9]ñ the frontrunner, i mean, it's not the role of the chairman of the rnc to trash the potential candidates that are running. it's my job to make sure we have got a fair process and that the delegates choose the nominee that will eventually join our efforts in beating the democrat
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nominee in november. so, that's what we're doing. the second job that we have here is to build a ground and data and turnout operation that this party has never seen, which we are doing. and is unprecedented and there isn't a journalist in america that believes that the dnc is bettercx equipped today than the rnc, so, look. i feel good about where we are at. our party is healthy. and we're going to have a nominee eventually. i don't know, when and when we do we're going to be off to the races. >> and is it -- is your job any different than the chairman of the dnc? is it the same as debbie wasserman schultz or does she have a different job? >> well, i don't know. i mean, you know, she has been pretty quiet about hillary clinton's lies about ben gauze where four people died, her lies about emails. her lies about the clinton foundation. i didn't see the "the washington post" article talking about, you know, calling that out. but, you know, maybe she
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should. >> butjisn't that her job? if your job is not to take sides, if your job is not to -- >> -- of course not. i have said that rhetorically. >> all right. >> of course. i say that -- listen, i say it rhetorically to shoot back at "the washington post" that maybe they ought to issue a similar editorial, as dumb as it is, back to debbie wasserman schultz. >> all right. we're going to have another debate, political debate in this country between now and super tuesday in the republican party. what should would he be looking for or what should we prepare ourselves for? >> well, i mean, i would expect, you know, the field is getting smaller. i think the questions will be more detailed. i think when you have more time along the candidates they will be able to get into the nuances of their positions. i think that's what you're going to see on thursday night. we have, for everyone 65% of all the delegates are awarded in march. it's the biggest month in
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the calendar. the stakes are really high. and obviously it's getting down to crunch time. >> and if donald trump has a big showing on march 1st, i realize it happens throughout the month of march, talking about all the delegates, in light of the fact that 25% of the fact that 25% of the delegates on+/! march 1st, super tuesday, is that pretty much the end of the -- you know who your nominee is at that point? >> i mean, i doubt that remember, mitt romney didn't become even the presumptive nominee until the end of april of 2012. and, remember, they started 30 days sooner than we did.ylsç so, you know, it will take some time. people are going to start learning, unfortunately, delegate rules and allocation rules that will be the next fun topic for everybody. and we will start following the delegate allocation and at some point we have a nominee. >> it will be so much easier for all of us if you and the
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democratic party have the same rules because we have to learn two sets of rules: mr. chairman -- >> -- well, i don't have thousands of super delegates in my back pocket like debbie wasserman schultz. >> different rules@y for different parties. thank you, sir. >> all right. >> >> get ready to speed read the news. a colorado deputy sheriff shot dead, murdered and two more deputies injured in the shootout with the suspect. the three deputies were serving an eviction notice when the homeowner a 8-year-old opened fire. shot in the shootout whether unclear whether he was shot by the deputies or took his own life. big update on the murder "on the record." mississippi grand jury indicting the man for the brutal murder of 19-year-old jessica chambers. quinnton faces capital murder charges in december of 2014. chambers was found badly burned on the side of a rural road. he is already in jail in louisiana in connection with the murder of another woman. and that's tonight's speed read. and breaking, weather news,
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tornado watches up and downs east coast. we are tracking these dangerous storms next. plus 3500 episodes of "on the record." we have something you can't miss planned for the show tonight. >> hi, greta, congratulations on your 3,500th at number one all these years. [inaudible] i have been on a couple of those shows. i'm wishing you much more success and many more years as number one. >> greta, are you kidding me? congratulations on your 3,500th show. you are beating me. i was on 17 years. and i only did$&'ñv 3 280 shows. wow. i beat you because i had over 30,000 guests on my show. congratulations, number one since 2002. rock on, i got your back. americ. pet moments are beautiful, unless you have allergies.
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time for campaign flash. donald trump headed for beach. televangelist pat robertson. and senator marco rubio holding a rally in houston at a marriott hotel and senator ted cruz about to take the stage in his home state. much participating in the g.o.p. lincoln reagan dinner in houston and that's tonight's campaign flash. >> this is a a fox news alert. already six people are dead as a dangerous and powerful storm system is heading up the east coast. fox news senior meteorologist janice dean is tracking itkl all. janice? >> hi, greta. unfortunately. we had over 60 repo tornadoes since yesterday. and the storm continues to move up towards the manhattan and the northeast. this is a massive storm system not only the potential for severe weather but we have blizzard warnings across the midwest, but the tornadoes are the big concern right now. tornado watches all of these watches here are good until
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11:00 p.m. local time. watches mean conditions are favorable for tornadoes. we have several tornadoes. we have had tornado warn storms for six hours across virginia, north carolina as well with and now in towards the delmarva region sosmghtyé these are tornado warn storms meaning doppler radar has indicated some rotation here. south and west of norfolk and then east of the richmond area and we also have a tornado warning right west here of the philadelphia area. so these storms continue to fire all along a squall line. it continues to move eastward very quickly and we have seen wind gusts in excess of 70 miles per hour. so really dangerous. ongoing throughout the evening and into the overnight. there is your severe threat for tonight. really extending up into new york down into the southeast and red area is real risk for dangerous long-lasting tornadoes and we have already seen so much devastation across virginia this afternoon. the temperatures we have seen temperature rises 10 degrees in just a matter of an hour.
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so a lot of unstable air moving northward from the south and then we have got that cold, dry air from the north. and that's giving us the clash of the two air masses and the potential for severe weather, again, greta. for the next several hours and into the overnight. back to you. >> janice, thank you. >> okay. tracking these storms. and, the 3500 celebration is just beginning. why is there an animal on my head? stay tuned. >> congratulations on 3500 shows. that's amazing. feels like i have watched them all. you do an amazing job. a truly great job. you are a true professional. >> hi, greta. congratulations on 3500 shows and they said it wouldn't last. you have obviously great staying power. and i am so privileged to be one of your guests on this historic show. may you have many more.
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man 1: i came as fast as i man 2: this isn't public yet. man 1: what isn't? man 2: we've been attacked. man 1: the network? man 2: shhhh. man 1: when did this happen? man 2: over the last six months. man 1: how did we miss it? man 2: we caught it, just not in time. man 1: who? how? man 2: not sure, probably off-shore, foreign, pros. man 1: what did they get? man 2: what didn't they get. man 1: i need to call mike... man 2: don't use your phone. it's not just security, it's defense. bae systems.
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we need to be ready for my name's scott strenfel and r i'm a meteorologist at pg&e. we make sure that our crews as well as our customers are prepared to how weather may impact their energy. so every single day we're monitoring the weather, and when storm events arise our forecast get crews out ahead of the storm to minimize any outages.
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during storm season we want our customers to be ready and stay safe. learn how you can be prepared at together, we're building a better california. 14 years, 3500 shows, in television, and being number one in your time slot, which, of course, i have had something to do with. makes me very proud for you and for everything that you have done. in all candor, i want everybody to know in all the i have encountered in television. i have never met anybody more persistent. i have never met anybody who greta van susteren. and so in that sense, all of this and much more is so rich live and well deserved, greta, and i wish you as much more of this as you want. >> they are all so kind. and what a night. it's our 3,500th episode of
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"on the record." 11 and a half years at 10:00 p.m. then we changed things up and moved 7:00 p.m. you made the move with us about two and a half years ago. we have mixed up the show over the years. one thing has been constant. "on the record" does serious, hard hitting reporting and smart analysis. we have k. have a little fun, too. ♪ ♪ >> welcome i'm greta van susteren. tonight, we are coming to you live from the nightclubbs in caesar's palace in the heart of las vegas. >> we're live in arizona. >> live from lambeau field in green bay, wisconsin. >> welcome to pyongyang. >> tonight, "on the record" is taking to the sky. >> this is a big night for "on the record."
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♪ ♪ >> ready? watch out. carrie? [engine revving] >> worn my cheese head colored jacket tonight. >> do you know how you get sharpy pen off a light collared blazer. >> i think my dad did, maybe my mom did. ♪ ♪ >> who called who to come down here? >> we have done this the third time. >> he did. this is his hometown. >> he called you? >> yeah. and i said sign me up. >> just got back from iraq. what did you see? what did you think? >> the troops are doing a magnificent job. morale is high. >> were you a cub scout. >> i was a] cub. >> were you any good. >> i was a cub. and guess hot den mother was. >> was it your mother? >> yes.
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>> natalie dead or alive? >> i think do -- i think deep down inside i don't think she is alive anymore. >> what are your regrets? >> can i easily say -- i don't mean to make light of this. but talking about man, you should have kept your money in new york. >> did you have anything to do with the death of jonbenet ramsey? >> i can't answer that. >> well, people, if they don't have any involvement say absolutely not. >> i understand. >> but you can't say absolutely not? >> no. >> i specifically asked him to check around the pool area just in case maybe an accident had occurred. >> coming out of the pool. >> you have an inside view of playboy jet set lifestyle of drew peterson. >> i was very afraid. i felt like it would be the last night of my life right
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there. that these guys were going to kill me. >> my best friend is my lawyer. >> do you think that's sort of odd that your best friend is your lawyer? >> well, that's where the loneliness comes back in.ji >> do you think if anna was here and said do you love larry burkhead? what would she say? >> i think she would say yes. >> one of the interesting things in being in dodi al fayed's apartment you get the sense of who he was. ♪ >> what i love about baseball is the the noise cracking the bat when it hits the ball. that's like no other sound, i think. >> there is the smell of thez grass. there is the dirt. there is a feeling baseball. the people here just love the packers and there is so much history and tradition. and people will their tickets down the line. and there is never an empty seat. >> live television. >> i just bought a map
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yesterday. >> a scarf fetish. i have a few scarfs here. >> do you want to borrow one tonight. >> i may have to. >> crazy. all that garbage run around. drugs didn't help either. >> i love being in your makeup room. this is beautiful. >> isn't that nice? we have no window but that's okay. it's all very cheery. >> if had you to choose looking back, only could do one, acting and directing, which one? >> oh, no question. directing. >> often you are shooting and ending three weeks into the film. if it's a love story okay here is your partner. look at each other you are in love and back together. i just met the guy. i don't know what's supposed to be happening. >> do i have a complaint about the book. favorite shows one missing in the list. >> greta. >> there was one missing. ran out of space on the page is, right? because do you watch, right?
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>> yes. >> i never thought we would have a fluff ball likee get over here. her name is b b, that's what we used to call each other. now we call her thisb0@&c @&c@ >> bb now everybody answers. >> i hope don't mind mike is in your hair. >> i don't mind at all.@á' maybe he can fix it and take care of the gray. >> whoa, greta. >> he hit the camera. >> what do you do with a scorpion? you eat it. >> were doing faster than that. we were doing faster than 70. >> can i tell you, that is scary at 70. >> uh-oh. >> i'm not so bad. >> okay. come on, greta. no, my god. >> you ready? >> yeah. >> here we go. here we go. this is it. this is it. >> that's it. >> yeah. that's it. did you see that? >> now going to quit, right? >> did you see that? now, did you see that?
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>> and coming9/ up, another surprise to celebrate 3500 episodes of "on the record." and it is such a big surprise. the staff hasn't even told me what it is. so stay tuned. >> there's a reason that you are among the most well-respected folks in your line of work. you are always a prepared. you are always fair. when i need to be asked tough questions. you do it. and but you always shake the hand of your guests afterwards. and there is a reason that you have hadl{q as many shows that you have had, and there is a reason that you are as well-respected. you are popular, but you are also well-respected. those are two different things. i can't wait to see what the future holds for you, but you are fabulous at what you do for a living. and it is a pleasure for me to ever be on your show. ham unites with its better half.
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greta, franklin graham and i just want to say congratulations, 3500 programs, incredible. but i want to say thank you for helping the people around the world that cannot
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speak for themselves. have you used your platform in life to shine a spotlight on the needs of sodu many people around the world. and i just want to say thank you and god bless you. >> that was a good friend of mine. and another surprise, as we celebrate 3500 episodes of "on the record." ♪ >> hello momma -- reporting live, i'm here to interview people about some good news we just received. >> for 14 years. >> no way. >> and did you hear that 3500 shows? >> that's a lot of shows. >> there are some thing you would like to tell momma greta. >> yeah, momma greta.
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>> momma greta, we love you. >> that's all from my 3,500th episode. see you tomorrow much. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> we6ú won with highly educated. we won with poorly educated. i love the poorly educated. >> the trump juggernaut continues and his shrewd calculations about the republican party seem to be paying off. tonight, we will tell you what's going on behind the scenes with mr. trump. >> would you round up 12 million illegal aliens here and, if so, how? >> listen, we should enforce the law. how do we enforce the law? yes, we should deport them. >> will ted cruz and donald trump telling voters they will deport almost all illegal aliens in the u.s.a. is that legally possible? also ahead, dennis miller on the


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