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ms. megyn is night. i'm bill o'reilly and please always remember that the spin stops here in south florida, because we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight. high droama in the white house s the rnc hints at convention rules 24 hours after the front-runner warns about riot it is he does not win. it was just six days ago that violence erupted around a donald trump rally in chicago, forcing mr. trump to cancel that event. now he's suggesting there could be a similar scene in cleveland at this summer's convention if he falls just short of the majority needed to secure the republican nomination outright. listen. >> i think we'll win before getting to the convention, but if we didn't, and if we're 20
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votes short or if we're a hundred short and we're at 1100 and somebody else is at 500 or 400, because we're way ahead of everybody, i don't think you can say that we don't get it automatically. i think you would have riots. >> some are suggesting mr. trump was just speaking figuratively. speaker of the house paul ryan is not amused. >> nobody should say such things in my opinion, because to even address or hint to violence is unacceptable. >> with trump's warning echoing across the media, we are seeing new reports that the republican national committee may ditch its massive rule book in favor of a "simpler plan" in what critics are calling an effort to head off the effort to stop trump. ben dominich has been writing on this issue. david wolf is a trump supporter. ben, what is the rnc preparing
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to do? they say we just want to make it more transparent, that's all. and that's a good thing. >> the rnc is considering a suggestion that traps they should shift to robert's rules of order opposed to using the 1500 page rule book they have used within the context of conventions. i do think, megyn, this is a sign of how unwilling the party establishment is to even consider, even at this late date, supporting ted cruz. they are willing to risk the riots and have a violent scene in cleveland than to come around to the idea that ted cruz is the only way to stop donald trump. >> so this is about them trying to stop cruz and find a way to parachute in some third party savior. >> exactly. i think that's exact hi what they're trying todo. i had a republican consultant ask me who i thought the
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likeliest nominee would be. when i said ted cruz, they said that would happen only over the dying of the party. >> david, the speaker of the house not amused by trump's language. john kasich has been all over him today for suggesting -- they are saying he's suggesting this would be riots. what say you? >> no. megyn, this was literally a shot across the beau of the gop establishment. he didn't call for rioting. merg, the problem is, donald trump is where he is because of a rage against the machine. and if somehow the gop managed to pull the rug from out under him and pull the rug out from under the voters who put him where he is right now, the revolt against the gop would be so extraordinary, we would never have seen anything like it, megyn. >> what would be pulling the rug out from under him? explain that. if he doesn't get to the convention with 1237, which is the majority, and he's a hundred short, should they be forced to
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give it to him? because the rules say you have to have a majority. >> will have oh the voters has been sloan already, megyn. if he's short of 1237 by 100 or 200 and ted cruz is short by 500, and the gop elders say, you know what? we think our idea of who should be president supersedes -- >> the next move would be let's have a second ballot and let's see who the -- at that point, they're free to vote, ted cruz and john kasich and donald trump if he's still in it. >> megyn, it's manipulation that would be usurping the will of the voter. they may want someone other than donald trump, they may want ted cruz. but if it's without transparency and they do it in a way that usurps the will of the voters, forget about it. it's going to be a massive revolt. and i don't think it's going to happen because of that. >> there have been six republican presidents who have come out of contested
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conventions. contested conventions are off healthy things, particularly when the party is individudivid. there's a voice for conservatives who believe they ought to do it in a different manner. if trump supporters want to come to cleveland and riot, i say let them and they'll find out what the party of law and order is all about. >> people aren't going to buy into that. you're saying there is a different way to do it and it's different than allowing a vote, the constitutional right -- >> there's a reason the party has a threshold. if donald trump is the uniter he claims to be, he should be able to win over the support of enough people to take him over that threshold. it exists to show that he has the necessary support to be a competitive contender. >> he's already proven that. >> but david, speak to ben's
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point of there's a process. and the process doesn't say you get the nomination with a plurality. you have to have a majority and if you fail to get a majority, the rules say it's up to the people voting and they're no longer bound. why should. all of these candidates be required to follow these rules? >> because the outrage right now, because of the overwhelming support that this man in the light of the last seven years of voters being told, america being told that we're second best, that the rest of the world better not be offended by what we do or we will change what we do. the rage is so extraordinary, the damage would be so bad and i don't think they'll do it because of that. >> donald trump doesn't believe in the rules when it comes to debates or when it comes to honesty and he doesn't believe in the rules when it comes to the law.
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>> bottom line, he's going to get 1237. >> thank you both. amid up the upheaval, there's been talk of a possible third party candidacy, something many voters might be able to support. polling from four of the contests this week finds about 4 in 10 republican primary voters say they would consider voting for a third party candidate in november. good to see you both. mark, do you believe if a third party cropped up, that it would hand the white house to hillary clinton? >> absolutely it would. i haven't seen anyone lay out a
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path to victory, assuming you could find a candidate with national appeal and get them on the ballot in all 50 states, all a third party candidate is would be a way for conservatives to vote for hillary clinton without pulling the lever for hillary clinton. i think there's some conservatives who would be okay with that. because their primary goal is to deny the presidency to donald trump because they think he would hurt the republican party as president. but if hillary clinton is elected, she gets to choose the replacement to justice scalia. she might only be in office for four years, but whoever she picks will be on the court for 25 years. >> if she wins that election, those republicans might take a hard look at merrick garland. on second thought, he does get a vote. but there may be other supreme court vacancies in the next eight years. dana, you're a cruz supporter. you know never trump people.
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do you believe that they will come over to support donald trump in a general election? >> i think a lot of them won't, megyn. when you mentioned the exit polling, one of the things i noticed and looking at all the different exit polls from the states is how unbelievably polarizing donald trump is as a candidate. when you think back, a lot of these republican primary candidates, the nominee, at least before he was kcorinated the nominee, they had it wrapped up, but we have a long way to go, and these are individuals who are standing on principle and not going for popularity. and i don't think unnecessarily, i don't believe this is their fault. i think this is the fault -- i place the blame on the republican party for allowing this to happen in the first place. if the republican party didn't have such a fetish against grassroot conservatives and going after people like senator
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ted cruz and people like rand paul, people who are doing the will of the people, we would be having a different conversation today and i blame impatience. i am one of those people myself that are impatient. we are in a marathon, not a sprint. and it's going to take more than a few election cycles to get more conservatives in the senate and house. >> she makes the establishment sound very saucy, mark. [ laughter ] okay, back to serious business. we are -- what's been interesting so far this week, we are seeing some folks who didn't want either one of these candidates starting to congeal or get together. it's interesting to watch who they choose. lindsey graham is now pushing for ted cruz. he just said the senate could kill ted cruz on the floor of the u.s. senate and if they had the troial in the senate, no on would be convicted.
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so these never trump people secretly feel like, never cruz either. >> yeah, ted cruz is the only option. if you don't want donald trump, he's the only person with the path to the nomination. if you don't want donald trump, step one is fight for -- get behind ted cruz. support him in the states. if it goes to the convention, support him in a contested convention, because he's the only one that can stop donald trump. but if donald trump wins the nomination, if you start opposing him, i understand why people might oppose him. i would have to choke down by bile to vote for donald trump. but the supreme court is a real major wrench in the system right now, because now you have justice scalia's seat up for grabs for the next president to choose. and that -- hillary clinton in one term could cement a liberal majority in the court for 25 years. so what donald trump has to do is if he gets the nomination, he's got to win over those anti-trump conservatives.
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he's got to win those people who are anti-trump conservatives. if donald trump nominates a real conservative and says during the campaign i'll nominate so and so, that could be enough to bring a lot of them over. >> the issue for people like eric erickson is not who is he going to put on the supreme court, it's a fundamental moral issue. they don't think he's a moral man. they feel like he's not going to be a pro-lifer, that they feel like they would rather go down voting for someone, even if they steal the vote from the republicans for someone whose convections they believe and character they believe. >> yeah, i think that's true, megyn. we don't know honestly. can anyone say what donald trump is going to do, if, and we still have a long way to go, and cruz is shortening that gap, but in looking at this, do we know what
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would happen during a trump presidency? can anyone say for certain? he's been all over the board. i understand where these people are coming from. they have no idea what they're getting. they know what they would be getting with hillary clinton. they're not saying they're going to support hillary clinton either. it's a false e quiquivalency. i've been hearing a lot of talk about hamilton's rule. >> elect the most conservative electable candidate. great to see you both. while it is still months until the political convention, both hillary clinton and donald trump are already attacking each other. like we're in the general election. frank luntz is here on who is winning that fight. and then we'll turn to folks about the strategy for the road ahead. plus, the story of a dad who walked away from $13 million to
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from the world headquarters of fox news, it's "the kelly file" with megyn kelly.
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welcome back, everybody. we are tonight hearing both hillary clinton and donald trump ramping up calls for their parties to unite behind them. watch. >> we are moving closer to securing the democratic party nomination, and winning this election in november! [ applause ] we can't do this without you. so if you've been waiting for the right moment, now's the time to come join us! >> the fact is, we have to bring our party together. we have to bring it together. [ applause ] we have -- we have something happening that actually makes the republican party probably the biggest political story anywhere in the world. >> joining me now, frank luntz, the author of "what americans really want, really." frank, how about that messaging we're hearing from these two? >> it's time we launch a new
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segment of the electorate, and i call it the trump democrat. and trump has been very successful in bringing in 15 or 20% of the voters that are brand new to the gop. similar to reagan democrats from 1980. people who never identified with the republican party but do identify with what donald trump is talking about. and that 15% to 20% is significant and allows trump to dispatch one republican candidate after another. and frankly, it's what makes him viable in the fall. these trump democrats are middle to slightly older. incomes below the mean. not particularly interested in politics until this election cycle. and still don't really identify themselves as republican as they vote for him. but these are the people that the republicans have not been able to win over since the early 1980s, and they're people that could make a difference for him. >> but this is the question for him. he's getting this influx of
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voters on the gop side who may be more modern, who may be democrats, who may be just disaffected republicans, but there's a group like glenn beck who are saying, we're out. we're out. never. >> yep. and those are the lost republicans. and it's why hillary clinton has a lead in virtually every single survey. so if donald trump is watching today, he's going to like the first half of this and hate this. the fact is, trump is also losing women, younger women that republicans have been challenged with. he's not doing as well nationwide among latinos. and there's some upper middle class voters that feel uncomfortable with him. we have an electorate that is shifting, significantly shifting. it is not the same that voted in 2008 and 2012. and what's interesting is that they're not defining themselves by what they think of hillary clinton. they're defining them selves by what they think of donald trump. which is why even if i try to
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talk about hillary clinton, the group always goes back to what donald trump is saying. >> what extent does it play that both of these two people, and let's make clear, these races are not yet settled. their name recognition is 100%, right? it's not like the electorate needs to get to know trump or hillary. they know them. how is this race different than other races? >> because there's really no undecided, which is going to make this probably the ugliest election that we've ever had in modern american politics. and it is not based on policy. and now here's where the journalists are going to get angry. this election is going to be determined by personality. in hillary clinton's case, do you trust her? does she have the integrity to be president? most americans don't believe she does. and in donald trump's case, do you have the confidence that he can actually do the job? and we know in polling there's some doubt there. so both of these candidates have
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record unfavorable ratings. in hillary clinton's case, 53% of americans. in donald trump's case, 60% of americans. so this is truly going to be an either none of the above election or quite frankly a lesser of the two evils election. now everyone is going to be mad at me, mad at fox. but that's why this is so fascinating and that's why people are paying attention to it. >> as you well know, sometimes the people get mad. we still have to do our jobs. great to see you, frank. >> thank you. hillary is not the only one who seems to be turning her sights on donald trump. clinton's fellow democrats are also sounding the alarm tonight. not to mention republicans trying to distance themselves from their party's front-runner. joining me now, boris epstein, along with robert zimmerman, a democratic strategist and dnc committee member. robert, let me start with you. this week we saw these huge
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democratic groups say we've got to organize and get in all the swing states and make sure donald trump never gets this nomination. why are they doing it now? >> it's a tribute to donald trump. he's united ted cruz and lindsey graham. i'm waiting for rapture to kick in next. it's a remarkable development. and why i disagree with frank, it's who donald trump is, talking about riots if he's not nominated, that people who believe in our system of governance and our electoral process are standing up and rebelling. >> what do you make of it? >> i don't see anyone rebelling. i see the republican voters overwhelmingly in favor of donald trump. california, arizona, all for trump. we as republicans need to listen to the voters. and the democrats have their own problem with hillary clinton and
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her untrustworthiness. that's why bernie sanders has done so well. it's because hillary clinton is a flawed candidate. >> i want to ask you about that. we heard a lot about the enthusiasm gap, that donald trump is galvanizing some pockets of the republican party. and we haven't seen that enthusiasm on the dem side this year. >> no question donald trump has produced a lot of media and enthusiasm. but hillary clinton has still gotten over a million votes more than donald trump. but you talk about a lower turnout. she's gotten over a million and a half votes over bernie sanders. my point being, when you look at the issues, that's what every election hinges on. i don't care about the speculation. the fact that in the democratic party, both hillary clinton and bernie sanders have approval ratings of over 80%, and in the
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republican party, 43% of republicans, according to "the wall street journal" poll, believe that donald trump is hurting the republican party. it tells you -- >> what about that boris? we have heard that, and the numbers you just heard frank tick through, we checked and they're real. his gender gap, the women, they are not going for trump right now. >> about 50% of women strongly disapprove of donald trump right now. but there's still a lot about donald trump that has not been out there. as we coalesce behind donald trump, he has eight months to show the electorate who he is and that he can truly lead this country. as republicans, we have no busy having these secret meetings in d.c. to stop donald trump. we need to be focusing on all the enthusiasm that's behind him. >> but people like eric erickson and the never trump crowd, they're allowed to not like
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trump. they're not talking about changing the rules but stopping him according to the rules. >> it's detrimental in the party and helping hillary clinton. >> what's helping hillary clinton is we see higher than ever democratic registration. >> you have to be worried about trump. even david plouffe said he doesn't envi hillary clinton running against donald trump. >> when you debate the issues about immigration reform, infrastructure, raising the minimum wage, hillary clinton is going to win and big. >> hillary clinton has been governing for over 20 years, what is her offer to the american people? things are going to get better and i'm going to change things? she doesn't have any new ideas. >> the question is whether he can peel off enough latinos and women to make up the gap that mitt romney lost. and if he can't, can he make up that gap with these new voters
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with the blue collar democrats? >> losing women by record numbers puts him behind in the beginning and he's encouraging more democrats to register. >> great to see you both. so with donald trump and hillary clinton going t each other as if they're in the general, we thought we would look at what the latest polls suggest for november. plus, how much do you know about the president's pick for the u.s. supreme court? that's just ahead. .
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if you don't have a villain. the world needs villains [tires screeching] and villains need cars. ♪ so you heard donald trump and hillary clinton moments ago, calling for their respective parties to come together and make them the nominees. tonight, we have new numbers on how that showdown might go. trump adviser berry bennett and political editor guy benson are here. but first, we go to trace gallagher for the polling. >> reporter: let's begin with those 36 and younger. according to the latest poll, millennials favor hillary clinton over donald trump 52% to 19%. almost 3-1. and as you break it down, the
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news for trump gets worse. white millennials favor hillary 2-1. you in a trump versus clinton matchup, one out of four republican millennials would defect to the democrats. here's a sample we took. listen. >> donald trump -- i think that he's really dividing the people, to be quite honest. it's not so much his policies. it's just sometimes his mouth. >> honestly, i'm a republican. even though i'm mexican, trump unfortunately. >> if i have to choose, it's either the bigot or the liar. i'm going to go with the liar, because i think the bigot would lie, as well. >> reporter: donald trump says he's well liked by women voters, but the polls beg to differ, according to reuters, half of u.s. women say they have an unfavorable view of donald trump. back in october, only 40% had an
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unfavorable view. the women polls detro s cited s reasons for disliking women. donald trump responded by saying, i can see women not necessarily liking the tone, but i had to get to the finish line. i had to be harsh in order to win. i can see women not liking that. that will change. experts say to win the presidency, you need 25% to 30% of thenon-white vote. right now his unfavorability with black voters is 86%. hispanic voters 77%. even though 57% of white mails favor trump, times are changing. in 1980, ronald reagan won 44 states. but mitt romney took 59% of the white vote but lost 26 states.
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that does not bode well for donald trump. >> joining me now, barry bennett and guy benson. barry, that is the reality that the demographics of our country have changed so much that you need a much higher percentage of the white vote if you want to win on white votes alone. the safer and better path would be to win with all of the electorate and that would mean that this nominee, whoever they pick on the republican side, is going to have to do much bet we are hispanics and african-americans than mitt romney did, no? >> well, partially right. you've got to do two things. one, win a bigger percentage of the white vote, but you have to turn the white vote out. if only half turns out, getting 57% is what mitt romney did. if you turn out 60%, you can get a smaller percentage of the white vote and do very well. so turnout is very key to these demographic figures. >> what are your thoughts
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whether we should have a president who can win a significant percentage of minorities and obviously women? >> yeah, i think the polls i saw today among african-american voters, trump is right now at 12, which is historically unfortunately pretty good. but it's in march and we're in the heat of a primary battle where all republicans are yelling at each other. as the healing starts and we get to the convention, i guaranty these numbers look different. >> guy? >> i'm not sure they will, because the american people have been watching donald trump for months and they don't like what they see. his favorable-unfavorable rating is catastrophically bad. and this is someone who everyone in america knows. his name i.d. is 100% and he loses head-to-head against hillary clinton in a lot of these polls another politician with 100% name i.d. so the numbers and the stats that trace just ran down were brutal. they lay out in stark relief why
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donald trump in all likelihood will underperform mitt romney, not only among these key demographics, women, hispanics, young people. i think he'll underperform mitt romney among white people and white men. this white man absolutely opposes donald trump and there's a lot of fellow conservatives who do. >> would you go never trump? would you do third party before you vote for him? >> i would never vote hillary clinton. it will be a game day decision and depend whether i am treated fairly, but it would be awfully difficult. i think he's unfit. >> you sai said i would never vr john mccain. i did. >> john mccain is a man of character. >> come on. >> let me ask you this -- the thing that people say about trump is that he's not like a
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mccain, you have to admit that. he's nothing like john mccain. >> i'm just saying john mccain has never cared about the party. >> but he makes people feel strongly about him, whether it's strong love or strong dislike, he makes people feel strongly about him. and the question is, whether as he fills the party with these new voters who feel like they've been ignored for so long, whether he's going to empty the party when people like eric erickson and others say i'm out, i'm not doing it. >> i think for everyone he brings in, he'll bring in ten new ones for every one that won't come. in the end, people will hold their nose and vote for him. come november, people will just want to stop hillary. >> i've held my nose and voted for republicans far to my left and to my right, people i didn't agree with. but the goal is to advance the ball and to win the election to
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beat the democrats. i get that, i've done it my entire life. donald trump is different. >> barry, what do you make of the women? already the republicans have released an ad against him highlighting his controversial comments about women, the subject i asked him about at the first debate. and these poll numbers for him with american women are very low. >> well, you go back and if you look at the reuters poll four years ago this weekend, where mitt romney was losing to obama by 12, the numbers weren't that different. >> mitt romney had 50% of the women in the country having a very unfavorable view of him. >> but democrat women was 60% or 70% of democrat women. and that's the way it is. it's a very polarized country right now. as he tells the story, have you seen a positive donald trump commercial? no. but you're going to all summer long. >> he's a positive donald trump
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commercial. >> he's a commercial. >> wait till the ads. >> great to see you both. up next, brian is back and he has a story of a dad who walked away from millions to spend more time with his son. wait till you hear his take on it. the dog who managed an amazing story of survival. and what happened when jimmy kimmel took to the streets to ask evidence americans to ask about president obama's supreme court pick. >> this morning president obama announced his nominee for supreme court justice. how do you think whitey bulger will do? >> i hope he can make it. i know the republicans will attack him.
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welcome back. if you with a kelly file regular, you know the story of the president's new pick to be the supreme court justice. but jimmy kimmel's team dropped
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some famous names out on the street, far from the short list for the highest court in the land, and watch what happened. >> do you think sammy hagar is a good choice for supreme court justice? >> i feel the motions that he's for and the laws that he wants to change, it think he would be a good candidate. >> what did you think when you heard that president obama nominated l. ron hubbard to the supreme court? >> i thought it was a good choice. i identify myself as a republican, so i would say content with that choice. >> do you think he will bring peace to all seven kingdoms or he will be divisive? >> i think he'll be divisive. >> even though he formed an alliance with the mother dragon? >> yeah, yeah. >> tried to have his own son
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murdered and all that. so this is very disturbing to me. >> you know what it shows? we have become a nation that never says i don't know. because we are not going to give up. if we don't know the answer, we are going to -- >> one of the others was whitey bulger. >> do you think his past crimes will hurt him? i don't think so, no one is perfect. we used to say, i don't know, but now we just filibuster. >> why is that? >> we're used to going to school for oral reports not prepared. you can't say i don't know, you go up there. >> i think it's mr. google. he's made it unacceptable to not know. we gave up not knowing in the 21st century. we gave up maps because we have g.p.s. in our car now. we gave up cassette tapes and dvds and all sorts of music for
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pandora. and we gave up not knowing. >> the problem is, if we gave up not knowing and we knew, that would be great. but we gave up not knowing and we don't know, but we pretend to know. you know what i'm saying? >> i know. i do. let's move on to something we do know about, which is the orcas down at sea world. i went on vacation with my family and we are taking a family vacation down to florida. apparently we getter get to sea world right away if we want to see that. >> there was a documentary called "blackfish" that talked about the life of the killer whales. not too good. there was some really sad things about trainers dying. so this comes out and their attendance goes down 12%. when you show up with your ch p children or family, people show up protesting and they're yelling at you. >> what are they going to do with the existing orcas? >> they're going to put them in
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an observatory. so we'll get to observe them in their own environment. the good news is, for those who get to say goodbye to kobe bryant in his final season and derek jeter, we'll have a year to say goodbye to this whale and all the whales. >> one of them is pregnant right now. so what is going to happen to her? >> they're in trouble. because they were told not to mate in california. they said no more breeding. then you turned up pregnant. a lot of explaining to do. >> it happens in a lot of places. >> but you are training things called killer whales. you know that nature is against you. so the natural people, the people that are pro-animal, they took away our elephants, now the killer whales. so now we have to talk to each other or text somebody. >> there are a lot of attractions down in florida. you don't have to go there. baseball is a thing you love. i thought you were going to have a different take on this story. tell us who this player is.
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>> adam laroache, he plays for the white sox. he starts this year kind of injured. one thing about this year and last year, he wants to bring his 14-year-old son to the game every game. the team said you can bring your kid, but not every game. and my sense is, the locker room is a place to get away. it's a workplace. you have five, six, seven kids, you're not even sure, but they're not running around the studio. >> occasionally they come. >> there you go. so they came down on adam laroche. he said good night, i quit, you owe me $13 million. if my son can't come, i won't play. >> he just wanted to bring him to the games and not the practices? >> 81 games you have during the day, you have time with your kid, i'm for that. but if everyone brings their kid to work, who is going to get work done?
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people agree more with you. most of his teammates are mad at management for kicking out the kid, because he's a great kid, he cleans everybody's cleats. but you can't use the lord's name in vein. >> why not? >> do you think a 14-year-old should be hanging out with 25-year-olds? >> it's up to his dad. his dad makes that call, not me. but there could be legal problems. i have to get to the happy story before we go. the dog who lived against all odds. >> the name of the dog is luna, two miles off the show on a fishing boat. he's a german shepherd. he falls off the boat, they can't find him. they think he's dead. it turns out he swam somehow two
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miles to the san clemente shore and stayed there for five weeks. they found him sit thing on the side of the road. he must have ate a lot of mice. >> and brian has something big storm. i'm going to tell you after the break. >> i can't talk. there's no time. >> don't go away. one crest 3d white smile... all it takes... turn the tables. crest 3d white toothpaste... ...removes 5 times more stains... ...than the red box. for a smile like that, crest 3d white... is the way to whiten.
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happy st. patrick's day. it's the holiday when all of us, including yours truly, can be proud of our irish heritage. even if we aren't irish at all. ever wonder from the traditions of parades, beer, corn beef and cabbage come from? trace gallagher volunteered to find out. he started with the beer. >> reporter: we should begin by fessing up that st. patrick was a brit, kidnapped by irish pirates. historians point out that he was an atheist who later in life discovered his faith and became a priest. it's unclear if he died in ireland but it is believed he died on march 17. and it used to be a religious holiday but became celebratory, because as my grandmother used to say, the irish like a wee bit
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to drink. the first parade was in new york in 1766. it was said he used the three-leaf shamrock to explain the trinity, but the historians say they would wear shamrocks on their coats and leprechauns weren't always little rosy hitle green men in suits. at one time it was believed they were ferries. and corn beef and cabbage is an american dish, and the original color of st. patrick's day was blue, but because ireland is the british isle, blue lost out. >> if you ever go to ireland, never kiss the blarney stone.
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