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in past presidential years, conservatives battled each other to be the last man standing only to watch the so-called establishment candidate win in the end. this year it's the fight among establishment candidates that's become a circular firing squad. >> i just honestly don't believe that the next president of the united states and the republican nominee should be someone like chris christie who supports common core, who has personally donated to planned parenthood, who got into politics to begin with in order to pass gun control. >> i believe politicians ought to show up to work. i apologize. i think politicians shouldn't get paid if they don't show up. >> i don't care whether your name is barack obama, ted cruz or marco rubio, you've never run a thing of consequence in your life. >> and while the second-tier candidates have been going after each other, establishment spit balling on how to take down trump has ended up on the cover
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and the "washington post" but has produced few tangible results. with iowa just three weeks away, the establishment is terrified of either trump, maybe more so by ted cruz at the top of the ticket. i'm joined by alex castellanos, who has worked on campaigns for the biggest names in the gop including the bushes, jeb and george w. mitt romney, here's ben ginsburg, former counsel to the bush campaigns and the scott walker campaign. the panel is here but let me start with you, alex. the week began with alex castellanos, famed republican consultant is briefing donors looking for people to start -- to buy into your anti-trump ad campaign and yet you found no takers. >> no takers. it's too confusing this year for the establishment. it's getting late in the game. if you disqualify trump, you could help ted cruz. the establishment doesn't want that. if you disqualify cruz, you could help trump. so a lot of the establishment is
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and i think the moment to go after either has passed. >> it's too late? >> it's too late. and it just -- it -- two-thirds of the party is in one of those guy's pocket. one-third is in the establishment lane. that doesn't auger well for the establishment going forward beyond new hampshire. >> ben, here's what i don't understand. all the establishment guys began the week by beating each other, laying off cruz and trump. maybe now they'll find out trump wants to take cruz on and that might make them happy but it seems beating each other up is no way to help each other. >> it's a demolition dur biand they know one will survive, has to survive, so they have to climb over their brothers' back before they can manage to take on trump or cruz. >> let me bring in the rest of the panel here, helene cooper, pentagon correspondent for the "new york times," jeff greenfield, long time correspondent for many networks not named nbc and writes for politico politico.
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post" and jennifer jacobs of the "des moines register." jennifer, let me start with you and you can toss questions to alex and ben as well. cruise v. trump, trump wants to take cruz on. can trump beat cruz in iowa? >> it's probably going to be very close and you start to detect nervousness in both of their voices right now. you have got trump really trying to lower expectations in iowa saying, "eh --" he was telling you "if i don't win iowa it's because those people hardly ever get it right. they don't pick winners." now you have cruz coming forward and changing the way he speaks about ethanol in iowa which is really important. and so you see them really gong at each other in ways that iowans are starting to detect both of them seem worried. right now cruz has the advantage and he's very popular. our last poll showed 73% think favorably of him. trump is 57% favorable and republicans are more dug in against donald trump in iowa. you have 30% saying they will never caucus for donald trump whereas only 17% say that about cruz.
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campaign of anyone right now because he's engaging cruz in iowa because he wants to be the alternative to cruz should cruz win in iowa as they go to new hampshire trump could end up being the establishment alternative to cruz. >> and that's what's happening here. go ahead, jeff. >> here's what strikes me. the iowa caucuses historically have meant nothing in the republican party. it's one of the great misunderstandings. >> by the way, trump is bringing up in his rallies, now "iowa, don't you want to pick a winner for once?" >> one of the many reasons iowa caucuses are a blight on the system but that's me. >> it is just you. >> here's my question. in '08 when obama won in iowa, the resonance was this. in an african-american can win in an almost all white state, the entire african-american vote instead of going between clinton and obama moved to obama. if iowa shows -- if trump can show that his supporters, who everybody has said well, they'll never turn out -- if they turn out in a state that makes participation as hard as iowa, doesn't that suggest among the
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may actually set a pattern that's not going to be stopped. >> if trump wins iowa, we'll all be wearing combovers, that will be it, that will be the race. >> i won't be wearing a combover. >> fair enough. [ laughter ] >> part of what you have to realize about the way this is going to play out is that the first four states have less importance and less rl vance this cycle than any other cycle for republicans. so there's a lot of maneuvering amongst all the candidates to play after march 1 and into the calendar. >> what's interesting -- and we began this segment by wondering where's the establishment. are they anti-trump or anti-cruz? trump opened up the canadian birther issue, robert. what was amazing is watch this little montage we put together of republicans jumping on that trump bandwagon. watch. >> from ted's standpoint and from the party's standpoint, he had to solve this problem because the democrats will sue him. >> i find it odd that senator
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dual canadian citizenship until 2014 when it became clear he was running for president. >> i truly believe he is eligible, you know, to be prime minister of canada. >> i'm not a constitutional scholar on that. but i think it's worth looking into. >>. [ laughter ] am i the judge? >> you're the attorney. >> okay, i'll be the judge. i want judge judy to do this. >> robert, ted cruz is now very concerned about this. in fact, he addressed this again last night. they've released birth certificates of his mother. here he is last night in iowa. >> by virtue of being born to my mother in calgary i was a citizen by birth. you know what the american people are interested in? who is prepared to be commander in chief? and i recognize that there are candidates in the field that don't want to talk about those issues and they want to instead encourage the good people of the
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and engage in circus sideshows. >> somebody got under cruise's skin. that was the first time i've seen him less optimistic on the trail. >> speaking of the cruz campaign, they believe this question has been addressed but talking to cruz allies, friends of the candidate, they're worried he seems rattled. this for someone so disciplined as a candidate finally reacting in a way that shows trump has gotten to him. >> it is -- go ahead. >> it's so fascinating because in 2008 when these exact same questions were raised about john mccain, the day after the story broke i remember carl holt, our congressional correspondent, went to the hill and claire mccaskell had written out on her legal pad a bill that they were all going to vote for to say that john mccain is a natural born citizen and they all did it. i'd like to see if she'll do this for cruz. >> how many votes would it get in the senate? [ laughter ] >> establishment republicans are jumping on cruz for this because they fear him as a republican nominee more than they fear trump. they're beginning to get comfortable with the idea that trump, okay, he's a deal maker,
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make the next deal, he could run left of hillary, whatever. but cruz is kind of bound to who he is and they fear he might use -- >> that's the sense i get. suddenly now if you're going to make a pick, we'll pick trump over cruz. >> donald trump is bringing people who aren't republicans into the party to vote for him. that helps down-ticket races. ted cruz has said his strategy is to expand the base. that's tougher. >> okay, five months ago i never would have heard those words out of ben ginsburg's mouth. donald trump is better for the top of the ticket. >> but chuck -- >> last call. >> the rhinos who are left -- and they are moderates in the republican party. >> they're all in santa barbara, california. >> i've talked to them in other places. but some are saying on grounds of temperament, that's the issue they think will separate them from trump. are you comfortable with the idea of this man -- >> the same temperament that
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>> are you comfortable with this man in charge of the nuclear codes? i think that's a hill for trump. >> that could be an ad we might see by somebody. all right, lively conversation, thank you all. we'll be back in a moment with the role president obama hopes
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welcome back, tuesday is president obama's final state of the union address and he has signalled this week that he doesn't intend to go quietly, unveiling some executive action on gun control and what was an emotional speech at the white house. but tuesday isn't just about his last year in office. it's about an attempt to set the agenda for the presidential campaign and he made that clear in a "new york times" op-ed on friday when he state head would not campaign for any candidate who does not support his common sense gun reform. looking ahead to tuesday and beyond, i'm joined by the white house chief of staff dennis mcdonough, mr. mcdonough, welcome back to "meet the press." >> thanks for having me, chuck. >> the president said he would make it a litmus test for his support in 2016. there's an active democratic primary in here and one of the common sense gun reform he is wrote about having to do with giving immunity to gun manufacturers.
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senator bernie sanders, voted for legislation that gave immunity. does that mean the president could not support bernie sanders if he were the nominee? >> this isn't only about the primary. we have a third of the senate that's running, all the house that's running, the statehouses and governorships across the country where this will be an issue on the ballot, it should be. and that's what the president is saying. so when it comes down the primary we'll see who the nominee is. that's the job of the party to make the decisions and they'll take a hard look at the agendas and positions of those candidates and make decisions. >> the sanders campaign claims there is no daylight between them and sanders on this issue. if he supports immunity for gun manufacturers, isn't that daylight? >> i'm not doing a lot of "if thens." i've noticed after the last couple days since the president said that there has been some movement on this question. >> the immunity specifically. >> so if we continue to see that towards overall support for common sense gun laws that's what we're looking for. >> but it's remarkable.
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to supporting one of the two major democratic candidates because of the gun issue, correct? >> no, the president is saying that across the board he's going to be a singling-issue voter on this. he thinks that makes sense given the enormity of the challenge 30, 000 deaths a year. over 20,000 people under 18 in the last decade killed by gun violence or accidents. more than 500 police officers. so same to say enough is enough and that's what the president is saying. >> when could we expect him to make his choice on who he supports in the democratic primary. >> we'll do what has been done in the past which is when the nominee is set, the president will be out there. >> so he won't go early? >> no. >> he won't use the gun issue as an excuse to say "i'm going to support secretary clinton." >> no. >> we have noticed he's met privately with her in the last six months. unless you haven't told us something, he's yet to meet one on one with bernie sanders. >> he meets with all of our senators, including senator sanders --
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as many times as with secretary clinton? >> i haven't wracked them up on how many times he's seen who but he has seen senator sanders both with the senate democratic caucus and privately so we'll continue to do that. he's a leading senator and will continue to do just that. >> let's move the state of the union. before i get to how you want to tack about it i want to get you to respond to what donald trump said how he would describe the state of the union. >> the state of our union is mess. we can't beat isis, our military is falling back, it's not being proper will i taken care of, our vets aren't being properly taken care of. obamacare is going to fail very soon and probably in '17 our health care. we don't have borders. we don't have anything. >> your response? >> it's hard to segregate him and all the other candidates out there scheming to run down america. i don't get it. what i see is an america that is surging.
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the fastest-reduction in unemployment in more than three decades over the past few years and the biggest job growth since the 1990s when there also happened to be a democrat in the white house. so this is what we'll continue to do is try to make sure we're growing to economy, we're on the offense against isil and the others and i do not understand why the republicans, each of them, including the one we just saw, continue to run down america. >> you used the phrase "run down america." you believe they're being too pessimistic. >> even decide for yourself. >> do you think that's having a negative impact? is it hurting the country? >> i think it's not sats factual. i don't understand why they're doing it. what we see everyday is not that we're afraid of the future here, we'll the party -- you'll hear this on tuesday night and the president is somebody outlining a vision as a president where we will make sure that everybody has an opportunity in this economy, a changing economy. we use the elements of our power to secure not only the united states but our friends and
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will make sure, chuck, that everybody's voice is heard in this democracy. that's how we've been strong over the course of the time. you will hear a big optimistic view of america. >> you have set a high bar with the state of the union saying it's going to be unlike anything you've seen before. what does that mean? >> i'm not sure who you mean by "you guys." let me tell you what this guy thinks. we're not going to be into -- the president said last year look, i don't want it to be a list of policy choices. we have a lot of policy and you'll hear a lot about that. but what he wants to do is talk about a vision for the future of this country. we feel like we can win this future, we feel very optimistic, that's a big difference between us and what's going on in this debate and that's what you hear about tuesday fight. >> a couple of other domestic questions. the flint quarter crisis. so far the state hasn't asked
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ask for federal help or are you going to intervene? this appears to be a major crisis. >> very concerned about it but i don't have any news to make with you on that, chuck. >> nobody's asked you anything yet? >> we're watching it closely but nobody's asked us anything. >> are you prepared to wait? >> we're going to watch this closely. i'm not going to -- i'm going to be very careful. >> one of your predecessors as chief of staff is now the mayor of chicago. the president endorsed him. the president campaigned for him. does the president still have confidence in rahm emanuel as mayor? >> i had a chance to be back in chicago, actually, my in-laws live in chicago. the city looks great, the opportunities there are boundless. so i think what the president sees is a steady and people of chicago and the mayor of chicago that continue to do very good work. >> so he's still confident in rahm emanuel to do the job? >> the president is and i just saw it up close and personal. >> thanks for coming.
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welcome back, lots to discuss with the panel, jeff greenfield, helene cooper, jennifer jacobs and robert costa is here. i'm going to start with you, jennifer. it's a big difference in our iowa poll than what you showed a couple weeks ago.
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three points of hillary clinton in iowa. we always knew sanders' home state neighbor in new hampshire. do these numbers surprise you? >> it's amazing. think of where he was at in iowa in january a year ago. nobody knew -- we asked what do you think about bernie sanders? no one knew who he was. so yeah, but don't forget, there's still really strong passion for hillary clinton in iowa. just yesterday they had 500 volunteers turn out at 9:00 in the morning, frigid weather, lousy conditions to knock on doors and make phone calls for her so there is passion for her as well. >> but she can't afford to lose both states. >> no. >> that turns into hand wringing, joe biden's phone starts ringing. we know the panic machine would kick in. >> that would be difficult is but i don't think that's going to -- everything i say is always -- >> i hear you. >> for the last year i've done but -- but i'll be shock -- i was
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>> i was, too. >> i will be very, very surprised if she loses -- if she doesn't win iowa by a substantial -- not substantial but a comfortable margin. >> i was shocked by this result but then i saw this ad running in iowa and new hampshire. i want to play a piece, jeff, bebecause it's a tell. here's a new hillary clinton ad airing today in iowa and new hampshire. >> think about it. >> i would bomb the [ bleep ] out of them. >> one of these republicans -- >> carpet bomb them into oblivion. >> -- could actually be president. >> sit down and shut up! >> who's the one candidate who can stop them? hillary clinton. >> jeff? that's an electability ad. who's the one candidate who can stop them. not bernie sanders, hillary clinton. that means that's a concession they've lost the passion. >> right. when you hire an announcer that talks like this, it means you really want to scare people. they want to scare people about is if you don't pick hillary
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those poll numbers, even though we know the primary poll numbers can be tenuous in a place like iowa. >> they enjoy changing their minds. >> but here's the question -- if she loses iowa and new hampshire, and the assumption is, well -- what's plan "b"? the democrats i have thought for a while may have been building a trap for themselves where there's no alternative if this obvious front-runner presumptive nominee looks weak. what's plan "b." >> and robert just this week another e-mail surfaces that then suddenly wonders where there's question of what she was talking about. did she order a staff member make classified information on a declassified system but they have an explanation, but it's a reminder "oh, by the way, that sits out here." >> for many democrats that seems to be a general election issue. when you look at iowa and new hampshire, sanders has engaged
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they want to see the post-obama democratic party move to the left. but other states, south carolina, more regular democratic states, they're still with clinton to sanders has to prove he had the network even if he has a few victories early on. >> however, helene, if iowa and new hampshire both go sanders -- this idea, i've heard from democrats, what happens in iowa and new hampshire stays in iowa and new hampshire why are we so sure that wasn't the case for barack obama? >> no but this is different. you have so many other primaries to come after that. i think -- it's hard for me to see a path to the nomination for bernie sanders once he leaves new hampshire. i don't see it. >> i want to remind you that there was a clinton that didn't compete in iowa and lost new hampshire. >> i know. >> and wound up with the nomination. >> he waited -- i believe it's the longest any democratic
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primary until he won the georgia primary. >> in that case what ben again ginsburg said about the republican. write off iowa and new hampshire and wait for the big states. it means the democrats will be sweating buckets about what this means for clinton's popularity. >> she's not going to lose iowa. i'm putting my -- >> it's interesting here. bernie sanders is starting to act like a candidate who wants to win and here's what the tell was for me. he jumped on the bill clinton stuff this trump brought up. here's his answer. >> look, hillary clinton is not bill clinton. but bill clinton did -- i think we can all acknowledge was totally, totally, totally disgraceful and unacceptable. but i am running against hillary clinton, i'm not running against bill clinton, though i gather he's been in iowa recently. >> that's as close as you'll hear bernie sanders going after the clinton. but that was more than i expect it. "i'm not running against bill
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totally, totally." >> you talk do people in iowa, they love bill clinton, they think he's a great communicator, they he h will help blunt bernie's appeal, they think her campaign can unleash fire on donald trump. they think he's a huge asset. >> i am stunned by the willingness of some of the clinton supporters to fold everything bill clinton is accused of as a private matter. flander land in philandering is a private matter. what -- >> there are some in clinton world are very nervous about it. >> you know, trump could help sanders. trump based on my reporting will continue to bring up bill clinton on the campaign trail and that makes it an issue. >> i'm sorry. the clinton folks suddenly acted differently this week you could see it. >> i wonder if it was too soon to bring him in.
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was but suddenly now they're -- you see a little change in there. let's sneak a quick break, we'll be back in 45 seconds with our end game segment. if you're wondering - you set rules around the house, right? so set rules for your kids when they go online: don' t be a cyberbully. no racy selfies. and remember everyone can see everything you post, even grandma. rules keep kids safe online.
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end game time. the panel is here. what's fuelling trump, robert? and i say this in that -- and i think we know -- i want to put up a quick graphic here, folks can pause it on dvr and you can see it. but it's the income, it's the wage issue that i think is fuelling trump more. here we had a great economic report. i brought it up with trump and trump immediately went to "oh, yeah, but these people haven't gotten a wage increase." they're right. this came from the long time
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only the top 10% of americans by income have seen real wages go up in the last ten years. the less you make, the more you've seen your wages decrease. >> i was flipping through my notebook the other day and i found the most enthusiastic trump supporters are white males who lack a college education between the ages of 35 and 55. >> they're -- think economy is killing them. >> trump talks about scarred landscapes across the rust belt. he talks about factories being taken down. that's connecting with these voters and they're not ideological. they like trump because he seems to have answers. >> and then throw in this. i want to bring up this other story. he's talked about distrust from political leaders and what do we have in michigan? this flint, michigan, issue where clearly the governor's office, somebody in the governor's office was too passive about it. >> the last time i was here was right after paris and there was a notion this is going to help the insiders and experts and i thought what if the people think the experts have given us the iraq war and libya. if the experts at home --
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obama -- have given us a come politely distorted winners and losers picture and they can't keep kids from drinking lead-based water in flint, why are we surprised that distrust is at historic levels? not to mention that distrust, not just in politics, in almost every institution has plummeted? >> i look at these two weeks, a democratic mayor in chicago, the distrust issues are high. republican governor of michigan, both of them actually technocrats, they're not ideological warriors, they're technocrats who we thought at a minimum were the competent guy. >> we did. but this is so big. when you start talking about water, this is so basic, that's so basic and that really feeds this distrust people have. it's like this is from -- this is not a third world country. >> it's emblematic of somewhat so many people think is wrong with america right now. before i let you go, jennifer, we had another part of our poll that will if you assume an expanded electorate in iowa, donald trump actually leads cruz 28-26.
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we measured two different electorates, traditional caucus electorate or the what if he brings more people. what's your sense in the trump -- there is a new slice of electorate out there. do you think they're committed? >> we know a lot of iowans are intimidated by the caucus process. they think of it as the realm of only the super hard core activists. but i've seen the way the iowa team for trump trains those in comers, those people who haven't caucused before and they keep their presentation simple and fun and you have trump in ottumwa yesterday, his political team as people were coming in the door were literally saying "this is where you should go in your neighborhood on february 1 to vote." smart strategy. then you have trump himself saying, hey, listen, don't stay home, don't stay home. note, he didn't say please but at least he's asking -- and you hear an insult, too but he's asking them and people will listen. >> they were waiting in line, it was zero degrees. >> i think they do show up and
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working for them. chuck laudner, he helped santorum win in the 2012. i've been going to see those trump voters. the trump bus goes to the walmart parking lot, they don't go to gop events but they shop at walmart and they nay like trump. >> i want to point out for decades the hollywood mostly liberal writers have predicted this populist -- >> who will break up politics, disruptive force. >> and i don't think in any way we've seen it's turned out to be a bloviating billionaire with weird hair. this seems to be -- i don't think this is what they had in mind. >> he's a bully but he's there bully. >> i want to put myself on being the side of anti-washington. i'm going to be aunt washington today. i agree, these washington insiders don't know what they're doing, they think they can play football. it's good midwestern manufacturing towns, the heartland of america like the green bay packers.
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show the outsiders can beat the insiders. so take that, you washington fans. that's all we have for today, great panel, thank you, guys. go pack, go. we'll be back next week because if it's sunday it's "meet the press." >> announcer: the following is a paid presentation for the nuwave oven pro, brought to you by the makers of the nuwave precision induction cooktop. [ ...] professional chefs create great-tasting meals from years
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cleanup takes seconds. the nuwave oven pro has been tested and recommended by the cooking club of america and the national health and wellness club. join host joe fowler and and tv cooking expert heidi bohay as they show you how you can make every meal of the day, and find out how you can take advantage of a limited time never-seen-before "buy one, get one free" offer on the nuwave oven pro. >> i'm so happy to be back here with you! >> this is a phenomenon! it's the number-one infrared cooking device in the world! we personally know about the nuwave oven, o.k., and how incredible it is, but for those of you out there that don't know about the nuwave oven yet, you are in for such a surprise! >> oh, you sure are. >> this is a great appliance! what do you have for us? >> well, i have something i know you're gonna love. this is one of the easiest meals, healthiest and most delicious... one of my favorites to make in the nuwave. >> well, it's a nuwave oven meal-- we know it's gonna be good. >> that's right... o.k., a bag of frozen chicken breasts. >> frozen? >> that's all you need... frozen. >> frozen? >> don't believe me? >> well,
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everyone else. >> i'm gonna show you how frozen they are. [bangs on counter, both laugh] o.k.? >> that would be frozen. >> that would be frozen. all right, now i'm just gonna put a few right here on the grill. >> o.k. >> as you know, i have three children. it saves me tons of time, it makes my meals easier, it makes them... >> better. >> healthier. then you just take some of your favorite veggies-- i happen to be using some carrots... >> love 'em. >> zucchini... >> especially in the nuwave. >> right here, just layer it all around your chicken. >> talk about a healthy meal, heidi! >> oh, talk about a healthy meal and an easy meal... and here are some potatoes... now what i'm gonna do... >> this is so good! >> is i'm gonna just put a little bit of my favorite marinade... what i love about this, joe, is you've got your protein... >> right. >> from the chicken, you have your veggies and you have your carb or your starch in the potato. >> and you didn't defrost the chicken. >> nothing. >> you didn't preheat an oven. >> from frozen. >> can i start? >> put the top on. >> o.k. all right, now the big question... >> mm-hmm. >> how much time will it take? >> 13 minutes. >> i'm gonna touch and go. >> touch and go. >> one, three... 13 minutes is all it takes in the nuwave oven! >> that's right, and i'm
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i'm also broiling and i'm roasting at the same time. >> no other oven can do that. >> that's it. now take a look at this. we set up our time-lapse camera to see how the nuwave cooks these chicken breasts from frozen to fabulous in only 13 minutes. >> we are done. >> it's finished, o.k. all right, i'm going to just put this on a plate right here. >> oh, that's beautiful. >> now watch the way this piece of chicken cuts right here. >> that is so gorgeous. >> look at that... here you go, i'm gonna let you taste that. perfect... amazing. amazing. 13 minutes. >> mmm... that's the bottom line. >> it is. >> it's delicious. >> because i have two jobs, i'm always on the go. my main thing is grabbing something out of the freezer and i can have a healthy meal in minutes. >> by taking something from a frozen state to a cooked state very quickly and using the nuwave oven, you come out with a product that is safe for the consumer, great-tasting every time. you'll love it. >> joe: i'm in heaven! [laughs] >> heidi: now, listen, joe, this
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>> all cooked in the nuwave. >> all cooked in the nuwave, plus more. we'll start with breakfast... >> you're doing quiche, eggs and cinnamon rolls all together. >> here's what i'm doing: cinnamon rolls, exactly, right on the top, the quiche and the hard-boiled eggs on the bottom. [joe chuckles] o.k.? also we've got waffles we can do, sausage, bacon, bagels... all right, let's come on down here, we'll go to lunch. >> o.k. >> my kids' favorite: fries, burgers... >> burgers. >> pizza's an all-time favorite. >> all right, shall we move on? >> let's go to dinner, and i have a little interest in this. you know i'm not a cook per se. >> right. >> when you buy the nuwave oven, you get this: this is the nuwave oven cookbook. >> and you just said something very important. >> what's that? >> i think for a lot of people, they always say, "i can't cook." >> look at that. >> but the nuwave cooks it for you. >> for you. >> perfectly every time. >> yes. >> you don't have to do anything. >> i'm like a gourmet chef when i use this. >> i know. >> it gives you all the tips. >> o.k., so... >> great, great. >> look at all of it... >> we've got some lobster. >> lobster. >> some shrimp. >> t-bone steak. >> steak. >> lamb chops. >> mmm, and... >> look at the, the vegetable medley. >> those are beautiful. >> this is a family favorite. i know your family loves this
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>> salmon, lemon pepper salmon. >> oh, isn't that beautiful? >> you know what? you made salmon and asparagus for me in the first show. >> yes, i did. >> and i'm doing it for you in this show. >> yay, i get to taste! >> flake a little bit off there just so we can see it. >> all right, let's do that. look at that. >> i just followed the instructions... >> wow... oh... >> oh! [laughs] >> that's my piece. >> wait, i want a fork too! >> mmm... >> it's the nuwave oven. you talk about healthy. >> all right, now we're gonna move on to dessert... >> it's about time. >> which we have right here. >> yup. >> cookies are one of my favorite things to make for dessert in the oven. >> the nuwave oven... blows me away all the time when i use it. >> and we've got lemon squares. >> yeah. >> cobbler, pineapple upside-down cake... >> look at this! everything you see here, nuwave oven, fast, easy, quick-- i love this. >> being a middle school p.e. teacher and knowing how kids are hungry after they get home from school activities, the nuwave would be an excellent thing for almost every household to have. the students come home, it's healthy, it's fast, it's easy. >> don't waste your time and
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>> stop settling for fast food or unhealthy microwave meals-- make a smart decision. make great-tasting food faster and easier, save money and maintain a healthy lifestyle. >> it's time for you to pick up the phone and order your very own nuwave oven. >> announcer: the reviews are in! customers all over the country are raving about their nuwave oven because it makes all their meals easier, faster and healthier. there is just no comparison. >> it makes cooking so simple. >> it's so easy, so convenient. >> i can eat fast food, but it's healthy fast food prepared quickly. >> announcer: don't crowd your kitchen with gadgets that only do one thing. the nuwave oven is a complete kitchen all in one. it can broil, roast, grill, bake, barbeque, steam, dehydrate and even air fry, all in one small countertop appliance. the nuwave oven is not
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but uses conduction, convection and infrared power simultaneously, cooking foods from the outside and inside at the same time. this cooks food up to 50% faster than a conventional oven, while using up to 85% less energy. >> the nuwave oven is a new way to cook. it's energy-efficient, it saves time, it makes food deliciously. >> announcer: the result? healthy, gourmet meals made easy, saving you time and money. >> as a professional chef and a mom, the nuwave oven to me is a great addition to my kitchen. i love the fact that i can make easy, healthy, gourmet meals in just minutes. >> announcer: and since the nuwave oven pro is dishwasher-safe, cleanup takes seconds. the nuwave oven pro has been tested and recommended by the cooking club of america and the national health and wellness club. call right now and you'll get the amazing nuwave oven pro for
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your nuwave oven pro comes with the quick and easy cooking guide, the nuwave recipe book that contains over 150 recipes that can make anyone a chef, the gourmet cooking dvd and a v.i.p. membership to the exclusive online nuwave cooking club. plus, every oven comes with a full top-to-bottom, one-year, worry-free warranty. and for ordering today, we'll take one entire payment off. that means you make just three easy payments of only $39.95. you save 25% by ordering direct. but we're not done! order today and get the nuwave supreme pizza kit. this four-piece kit is the perfect accessory to the nuwave oven pro and makes delicious and perfect pizza every time. but wait! order now and you also get the nuwave twister and the nuwave party mixer. the nuwave twister has the power to make healthy, nutritious drinks and smoothies easy, while keeping all the vital nutrients and vitamins your body needs. and the nuwave party mixer uses over 400 supercharged watts to
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sauces, soups and so much more. why spend $100 or more on a healthy drink machine that only does one thing, or a blender that just makes a mess, when you can get the twister and party mixer that do so much more here for free? and because we want you to start using your nuwave oven right away, we'll also upgrade your order to express shipping for free! now get it in two to five business days, guaranteed. hold on! let's make this incredible offer even better! be one of the first 500 callers to today's program and we'll upgrade your oven to the premium black nuwave oven pro model for free. normally a $30 upgrade, now absolutely free for calling and ordering right now. but we're still not done! are you ready for an amazing deal? for a limited time, order now and we'll send you a second premium nuwave oven pro for free! that's right: you get a free nuwave oven pro with the black model upgrade and all the bonus items. all you pay is the s&p for each set.
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or send it as an unforgettable gift for any occasion. this "buy one, get one free" special promotion won't last long. and listen to this: we'll let you try the nuwave oven pro risk-free for not 30 days, not 60 days, but a full 90 days. if you're not completely satisfied, return both ovens, but keep all of the bonus items as your free gifts just for trying the nuwave oven pro! this is truly a risk-free opportunity with nothing to lose. this special television-only offer is not available in stores and won't last long, so you must act fast. when you call, ask about special savings on the 17-piece silicone baking kit, the custom-made nuwave carrying case and the extender ring kit which can increase the capacity of your oven up to 50%-- big enough to cook up to a 16-pound turkey. this is truly our best offer ever: you get two premium black nuwave oven pros and all the
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value-- available today for only three payments of $39.95. quantities are very limited and this offer may not be available tomorrow, so don't miss out! call and order right now! [ ...] call the number on your screen. [ ...] >> i know we've shown how the nuwave can make every meal of the day convenient and easy, and how it delivers delicious and healthy food, but the question i know everybody out there's asking is, "how does it work?" >> well, it really is unlike any other appliance on the market today. the nuwave takes the power of a regular conduction oven, the speed of a professional convection oven and the technology of infrared cooking and combines them all into one affordable, advanced kitchen appliance. conduction is the heat that is applied directly to the food's surface. then there's convection. now, this is where a fan circulates the hot air inside
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evenly around the food. and finally we added far infrared. these are invisible heat waves that penetrate the food, cooking on the inside and outside at the same time, ensuring that the outside is nice and brown while the inside is juicy and moist-- absolutely perfect. >> the nuwave, from a chef's perspective and a restauranteur and a chef instructor, is ingenious because it uses the three methods that we use with big, gigantic machines, condenses those methods, puts it in a small unit that the consumer can use then at home. it's brilliant. >> there's no preheat time, it heats up very, very quickly, so that does cut down a lot of time and extra energy. >> joe: plus, with extensive independent testing, it's been proven that the nuwave oven cooks up to 50% faster than a regular oven and-- get this-- uses up to 85% less energy too. >> the money you save on your electric bill alone can virtually pay for the nuwave itself.
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make food so delicious while making it healthier? >> since the nuwave cooks inside and outside at the same time, more inner fat contents are released from the food, but it also seals in the natural juices. this ultimately reduces your fat intake, making all your foods healthier, juicier and more delicious than ever before. >> you still get the convenience of speed, but you're not sacrificing the nutrition, and that's really important. >> you know, we've even had world-renowned silliker lab independently test the nuwave oven against a regular oven for fat content left in food. they found that the nuwave oven kept more of the natural juices while releasing more of the fat, proving the nuwave oven makes better-tasting food that is better for you, and that's an independent third-party test. no other product can say that. >> as a sports nutritionist, one of the things that i... a couple of things that i really like about the nuwave
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the fats, and then also the fact that the fats that are in the food itself actually drain off, but what's really nice about it is with doing that, you don't lose the taste. >> we just took a group of real people and we put 'em together and we started off by taking "before" blood tests, so that we had a baseline, and 60 days later, we did blood tests again, checking up on cholesterol levels, and 75% of those individuals lowered their total cholesterol without changing anything within their lifestyle other than they started cooking with the nuwave oven. >> i dropped almost 20 points in my cholesterol and 2-1/2 pounds in body fat by using the nuwave oven. >> i've lost 15 points in my cholesterol since i started using this nuwave oven. >> i never thought something this simple and this new way of cooking could change my life, but it really did. >> by now, it's easy to see that the nuwave oven sets the standard in kitchen appliances. come on, spend more time with your family and friends. eat healthier and
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hey, have more fun in the kitchen! are you ready for the new wave in cooking technology? >> the nuwave oven. >> here's how to order. >> announcer: professional chefs create great-tasting meals from years of experience and by using professional equipment. and now you can too with the nuwave oven pro, the number-one countertop oven in america. no more defrosting or preheating that giant oven. the nuwave cooks all your meals faster, better, healthier and easier, guaranteed. >> i think it's a great quality product. it works really well. >> the nuwave oven is something i recommend to everyone. >> announcer: the nuwave oven is not a microwave oven, but uses conduction, convection and infrared power simultaneously, cooking foods from both the outside and inside at the same time. this cooks food up to 50% faster than a conventional oven, while using up to 85% less energy. and since the nuwave oven pro
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takes seconds. the nuwave oven pro has been tested and recommended by the cooking club of america and the national health and wellness club. >> it's easy and convenient. >> it makes cooking so simple. >> i love it and i wouldn't know what to do without it. >> call right now and you'll get the amazing nuwave oven pro for only four payments of $39.95. your nuwave oven pro comes with the quick and easy cooking guide, the nuwave recipe book that contains over 150 recipes that can make anyone a chef, the gourmet cooking dvd and a v.i.p. membership to the exclusive online nuwave cooking club. plus, every oven comes with a full top-to-bottom, one-year, worry-free warranty. and for ordering today, we'll take one entire payment off. that means you make just three easy payments of only $39.95. you save 25% by ordering direct. but we're not done! order today and get the nuwave supreme pizza kit. this four-piece kit is the perfect accessory to the nuwave
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and perfect pizza every time. but wait! order now and you also get the nuwave twister and the nuwave party mixer. the nuwave twister has the power to make healthy, nutritious drinks and smoothies easy, while keeping all the vital nutrients and vitamins your body needs. and the nuwave party mixer uses over 400 supercharged watts to make the best frozen drinks, sauces, soups and so much more. why spend $100 or more on a healthy drink machine that only does one thing, or a blender that just makes a mess, when you can get the twister and party mixer that do so much more here for free? and because we want you to start using your nuwave oven right away, we'll also upgrade your order to express shipping for free! now get it in two to five business days, guaranteed. hold on! let's make this incredible offer even better! be one of the first 500 callers to today's program and we'll upgrade your oven to the premium black nuwave oven pro model for free.
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absolutely free for calling and ordering right now. but we're still not done! are you ready for an amazing deal? for a limited time, order now and we'll send you a second premium nuwave oven pro for free! that's right: you get a free nuwave oven pro with the black model upgrade and all the bonus items. all you pay is the s&p for each set. keep it for yourself or send it as an unforgettable gift for any occasion. this "buy one, get one free" special promotion won't last long. and listen to this: we'll let you try the nuwave oven pro risk-free for not 30 days, not 60 days, but a full 90 days. if you're not completely satisfied, return both ovens, but keep all of the bonus items as your free gifts just for trying the nuwave oven pro! this is truly a risk-free opportunity with nothing to lose. this special television-only offer is not available in stores and won't last long, so you must act fast.
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savings on the 17-piece silicone baking kit, the custom-made nuwave carrying case and the extender ring kit which can increase the capacity of your oven up to 50%-- big enough to cook a 14-pound ham. this is truly our best offer ever: you get two premium black nuwave oven pros and all the bonus items-- an over $700 value-- available today for only three payments of $39.95. quantities are very limited and this offer may not be available tomorrow, so don't miss out! call and order right now! [ ...] call the number on your screen. [ ...] >> man: the nuwave oven for me is the best product i've seen come across since i discovered it eight years ago, just for the fact of its simplicity, its durability, its ease of use and the end product that comes out of it.
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>> heidi: even though the nuwave is small and compact, it's got a huge cooking space. >> joe: uh-huh. >> come on over here... now, look at this mountain of king crab legs. >> oh, yeah! >> where else... oh! could you fit... [joe laughs] this amount of food in such a small and compact oven? >> that's a crab fest! >> dinner parties, feeding a large family... >> right... what do you have here? >> look at these beautiful pork tenderloins. whether it be a mountain of crab legs, a large pork roast or even a full-size pizza, the nuwave can do it all. >> joe: that's why the nuwave is perfect! it's perfect for small kitchens, dorm rooms, the r.v. or camper... even your boat. there's no flame, there's no smoke. it's just an efficient appliance that does it all better and faster than anything else. >> it is much more convenient using the nuwave oven because of the less pots and pans and cleanup you have after cooking a meal. i believe the nuwave oven does everything it's advertised for and more. everyone should have one. >> you know, heidi, we keep talking about how the nuwave oven makes food... >> mm-hmm.
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>> and fast, but also healthy. >> that's right. now, with the triple combo cooking power, the nuwave seals in the natural juices but it also allows the fats and oils to drip away from your food, which reduces the amount of fat you eat. eating healthier, better-tasting food in less time-- you can't ask for anything more. >> [chuckles] >> take a look at this test we did. we made three different meats side by side, each in a regular oven and in the nuwave oven. >> joe: first we made a beef roast. we measured the fat drippings left from both the nuwave oven and the conventional oven. when we poured the grease, there were 2.2 ounces of fat drippings from the nuwave oven and only one ounce of fat drippings from the conventional oven-- that's a difference of 120% of unhealthy fat drippings. >> heidi: we did a similar test for country style ribs. when we compared the fat drippings, the nuwave oven produced 250% more fat drippings than the conventional oven. >> joe: then we cooked about three pounds of chicken quarters.
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