i think you know this kind of thing in washington, so many people want to set the rules. they're uncomfortable with the exciting dynamic of the constitution in action but i think it's a good thing for party and the country. >> all right jack we'll get back to you. i just want to ask you jeannie based on what you've seen tonight what are you surprised the most tonight? >> i'd have to say on the republican side i'm surprised that reu rubio, granted we are y at 25% reporting, that rubio is in third. ted cruz hitting rubio hard making sure he didn't come in a close third to donald trump i think cruz is hoping. but that's one of the big stories tonight. on the democratic side, looks like we don't know yet turnout has been strong yet hillary clinton has held her own. that may reflect a lot of things but certainly i think jack is right. it reflects that she had the ground game and the organization in iowa, to pull this off, if it holds, we are only at 55%. >> tier candidates in new hampshire now, i believe we have a picture of jeb bush who said good-bye to iowa, like some of the
chris took himself down when he did the george washington bridge. and when he's rated 50 out of 50 in jersey. new jersey is the 50th worse state. meaning it's the last. he shouldn't be talking like that. i'm surprised he would talk like that. because i know him. i guess he used to be a friend until this all happened. no, i think it's been just the opposite. i would be very surprised. he's got enough problems and he's doing very poorly in the polls. i'm surprised that he would have said that. my life has been a life of success, it's been a life of winning, it's been a life of making great deals. it's been a life -- i have achieved tremendous success in so many different ways. for somebody to say that, obviously, isn't doing really well right now is pretty unusual, i think. >> you'll be facing the voters for the first time tonight. we'll be talking to your sons in the next half-hour. thank you for joining us this morning. we'll be talking to you later as well. >> thank you very much.
this is what washington, d.c. does. the drive-by shot at the beginning with incorrect and incomplete information and then the memorized 25-second speech that is exactly what his advisers gave him. see marco -- marco, the thing is this. when you're president of the united states, when you are a governor of a state, that memorized speech doesn't solve one problem for one person. they expect you to plow the snow. they expect you to get the schools open. and when the worst natural disaster in your state's history hits you, they expect you to rebuild their state, which is what i've done. none of that stuff happens on the floor of the united states senate. it's a fine job, i'm glad you ran for it, but it does not prepare you for president of the united states. >> senator rubio? >> chris -- chris, your state got hit by a massive snowstorm two weeks ago. you didn't even want to go back. they had to shake you into going back. you stayed there for 36 hours and then he left and came back to campaign. here's the bottom line. this n
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