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he said i'm ready to take on crooked hillary clinton. >> so is his twitter account. >> what would we do without donald trump twitter the race is still too close to call in kentucky. wee stay on top of that. "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye. good morning to you and your family. it is wednesday, may 18th. i'm ainsley earhardt. a photo finish in kentucky, the primary between bernie sanders and hillary clinton, it is still too close to call. bernie sanders says he's not going home any time soon. meanwhile, it's an interview nine months in the making. donald trump finally sitting down with megyn kelly. >> i will say this, if i don't go all the way and i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy, and money. >> plus, donald and megyn opening up about their very
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public feud. his regrets and he talks a little twitter. >> they had a feud. i have to read my notes. then, does this sound like bill clinton or does this sound like donald trump? >> this administration has taken a strong stand to step in the protection of our borders. we will build a wall. it will do what it's supposed to do. keep illegal immigrants out. >> is that speech coming back to haunt the clinton campaign like let's say the crime bill and everything else that happened during the 90s? let me just remind you, despite everything you've heard, mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> hi, everybody. welcome to studio e. brian, welcome back. >> thank for having me back. big primary day, kinda. not nearly as momentous as past weeks and not as much tension
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unless of course you are a hillary clinton or bernie sanders supporters. >> if you are a democrat, people are wondering if hillary clinton has a shot yesterday in kentucky. is bernie sanders going to take oregon? that's exactly what happened. >> it's still too close to call in kentucky. hillary clinton declared it. >> she went to twitter and said she won that state. still don't know. voters in oregon they have made it clear that senator bernie sanders is their man. >> we have team coverage for you. want proof? we'll show it to you. we've got jonathan hunt, he says he's in portland, oregon. we'll start with mike tobin. he's covering everything in louisville. >> secretary clinton was looking for that decisive win to show that she's done feeling the bern. she didn't get it last night. as we go to the board, you can see that only a half a percentage point separates
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hillary clinton from bernie sanders. less than half a percentage point. you mentioned that hillary clinton took to twitter to declare they had broken bernie sanders's winning streak. she tweeted we just won kentucky. a significant portion of the voters are behind bernie sanders. it was sanders who took to the lecturn to declare a victory in kentucky. >> in a closed primary, something that i'm not all that enthusiastic about, where independents are not allowed to vote, where secretary clinton defeated barack obama by 250,000 votes in 2008, it appears tonight that we're going to end up with about half of the delegates from kentucky. [ cheers and applause ] >> even though kentucky has historically been clinton-friendly, it really appears to be those comments from martha harmed her, those
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comments in which she promised to put coal miners out of business. if you look at what went for sand sers and what went for clinton. the coal centers went to sanders. the population centers went to clinton. hillary clinton is clinching on to those numbers in kentucky as she's facing an embarrassing upset in oregon. >> the beaver state is feeling the bern so to speak. this is a fait accompli. we know how many delegates each candidate got? >> we don't have the delegate count quite yet, brian, but as you look at the numbers you can see a comfortable victory here for bernie sanders. frankly, it's not going to do much to change the overall look of the delegate math as we head toward the convention, but clearly it does give bernie sanders more momentum. he was actually down in california campaigning ahead of the june 7th primary there when
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the results were coming through last night and he said, once again, he is in this for the long haul. listen here. >> let me be as clear as i can be. i agree with you. we are in to the last ballot. we're going to continue to fight for every last vote until june 14th. then we're going to take our fight into the convention. >> there was also a republican primary here in oregon yesterday. not surprisingly, given that he was the only candidate left standing, donald trump won it very easily, but all the focus is now on the democrats and whether hillary clinton can ratchet up some more victories and go into the convention on the back of a strong performance. california on june 7th is particularly important for both her and bernie sanders. you can expect to see a lot of -- both of those candidates in california in the coming
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weeks. guys, back to you. >> thanks, john. thanks very much. >> it's hard to believe you know exactly where bernie sanders stands, and you know where donald trump stood and stands. you really don't know where hillary clinton stands. >> she stands wherever she needs to stand for the votes. >> and whatever accent she needs to use. >> in the south, she was using a southern accent. >> it was incredible. >> donald trump is 66 delegates away from clinching it officially and yesterday last night he officially spased george w. bush's record for the most republican votes for the republican primary are. george bush had 10.8 million, donald trump has 11.1 million and he has millions more to go. >> donald trump sat down with megyn kelly yesterday. this is donald trump talking about why he was so upset with megyn kelly after that first debate.
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>> i felt it was unfair. first of all, i thought it was a statement not a question. i've never debated before. my whole life is a debate. i've never actually debated before. i'm saying to myself man what a question and you have bret doing his thing i'm saying to myself i've got two hours of this. i don't blame you because you are doing your thing from my standpoint i don't have to like it. i have great respect for you that you were able to call me and say let's get together and let's talk. to me, i would not have done that. i don't see that as a positive. i think it's a negative for me. you walk into trump tower. we didn't have a neutral site or over at fox. i wouldn't have done it. >> when you look back on the past nine months from that first debate to now, any regrets? >> absolutely i have regrets. i don't think i would have discussed what the regrets were. absolutely, i could have done
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certain things differently. i could have maybe used different language in a couple of instances. overall, i have to be very happy with the outcome and i think if i didn't conduct myself in the way i've done it, i don't think i would have been successful. >> it's a double-edged sword. if i go regret and i show perhaps someone would say weakness, maybe i don't come off as a candidate no one ever seen before. >> he said he had regret. you wouldn't detail it. you don't give your opponent an opportunity to go where it hurts. >> and at the end, perhaps i wouldn't have had the success i've had before. he also went on to say, megyn, do you get your hurt? >> it's not what get my feelings hurt. i attack back. >> we were weaknesses. her next question were going to be what are those weaknesses and regrets. he immediately said i'm not going to list them. >> they talked about their rocky nine months. it appears it is all patched up
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betwixt them. he's talked about how he's twesed a lot of time and energy and personal money into this and if he loses, watch. >> unless i win, i can't do that. he said no, no, you are wrong. what you have done has never been done before and it will go down in history and i appreciate -- and i don't really want to talk him out of it, in case it doesn't work out, i would rather have that narrative. i will say this if i don't go all the way and i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy, and money. >> wow. that's unbelievable. and judging by he's got to feel about good the latest poll, he has cut it to a 3% deficit. if you look at the battle ground states, he's closed the gap everywhere. >> we know what he was doing last night while he was doing that interview a couple weeks
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ago. he was tweeting. well-done, megyn. and they all lived happily ever. let's see how the movement, he did well. we're hearing now from ivanka trump regarding that "new york times" hit piece a couple of days ago, talking about how her father is so terrible with women through his career, business career and things like that. ivanka is on cbs saying this about that. >> i found it to be pretty disturbing based on the facts as i know them and i obviously very much know them both in the capacity as a daughter and in the capacity as an executive who has worked alongside of him at this company for over a decade, so i was bothered by it. >> her dad has been in the public eye for a long time and it's got to be hard to read things about your father, especially dating past. >> here's the thing, now there's
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another woman that has come out who is married to somebody else and said by the way i was misquoted, mischaracterized, i think the whole thing is boomeranged at "new york times." >> two women have come out and said the story this made up. >> tell us about the megyn kelly-donald trump interview and "the new york times" article too. >> heather, you stay wake up with that outfit. >> sunshine. unfortunately, we're not starting with sunshine today. we're talking about some extreme weather that is blasting through the south overnight, leaving a mess to wake up to this morning. take a look at this. out of florida. multiple funnel clouds spotted in the sunshine state. those storms leaving about 20 homes damage so far.
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>> oh, my god. it's terrifying. absolutely terrifying. our whole rv was shaking back and forth. >> well, that storm system also causing major flooding. record rainfall in florida leaving people with flooded homes and damaged cars. and texas, heaviest rain in san antonio, it's expected to last through tomorrow. we will watch this development throughout the day. taking action against the tsa, new calls for the head of the agency to fix those long lines at security or resign. >> i always tell people i don't want to apologize for doing our job well, but i do apologize for the people who found themselves stranded in chicago yesterday. >> stranded inside that nightmare inside o'hare last week. passengers waiting for hours and hours in security lines. can you imagine if you had a child in that security line? 3 hours they had to wait.
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they are not sure what is causing that backup. illinois senator mark kirk commanding that they fix the lines by memorial day or let someone else do the job. getting face time with facebook, just hours from now, ceo mark zuckerberg is meeting with conservatives in california later today. our dana perino among the people with zuckerberg will meet with today. he says he wants to have a direct conversation to talk about their concerns. some conservatives turned it down saying this is all a p.r. stunt on the farther -- part of facebook. >> it probably is. super delegates revolt. how a small group of super delegates could seal the deal for hillary clinton but won't. dennis cucinich joins us. punishment for the big league slug ahead.
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this morning, after primaries yesterday, hillary clinton just 92 delegates short of securing the democratic nomination for president, but it may be harder than she thought because some super delegates may be blocking her from sealing the
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deal. here to weigh is 2008 presidential candidate and a former super delegate himself fox news contributor dennis kucinich who joins us today. a small group of super delegates could close the deal for hillary but they won't in the name of fairness. can you explain what's going on? >> let's face it that some of the super delegates are not for secretary clinton. others are being pressured and when you consider that it's quite likely that secretary clinton will seal the deal after the california primary, i think that the -- this momentary blip of super delegates, the small group against her may not be decisive. >> it sounds like they are going to remain on the sidelines, some of the small group of super delegates until more votes are cast. congressman, the narrative has
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been from the bernie side that the fix is in. that the super delegates are all on hillary's side, so it's interesting there would be this patch of them who is waiting to see what happens when the smoke clears. >> well, bernie sanders has a certain amount of super delegates who have come from states where he's done very well, but what he's trying to do is to create a shift among super delegates. i don't think he will be able to do it to gain the nomination, though. but going -- let's go beyond that scenario. this whole thing about party insiders controlling the results of a presidential choice, i don't go for it. i mean, let the decision be made by people who are pledge delegates coming out of either the primary voting process or caucuses in this election, we have this process, it does advantage hillary clinton. >> congressman, people looking in. they see the deal with the super delegates and on the republican side you got the party insiders at the state conventions and
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things like that. i think people would just like -- there's something charming about winner takes all. if you win my state, you get all the delegates. >> it's true. but the democrats have decided on the rules that allow for proportional low -- allocation of the delegates. >> i know. the rules are the rules. >> but i still think you are looking at secretary clinton clinching it after california, but let me tell you, even though that may be true based on the mathematics, that democratic convention in philadelphia will be a real donnybrook. it will be what everyone thought the republicans would be. >> on one side will be hillary clinton people and p other bernie sanders. still angry. thanks for joining us, on the banks of the thems. bernie sanders, they love his socialist freebies, but do
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security guards removing members of the economic party after members tried to block the president from speaking after accusing him of using taxpayer to fix his mansion. young people are enthralled with socialist bernie sanders because he promises to do things like that. >> tuition free. three months paid family and medical leave. health care is a right of all people. not a privilege. >> but do millennials actually understand what true socialism and what it can lead to. three years ago sandsers former spokesman david solatra wrote
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this piece. there's no food there, no electricity, people rioting in the street. dr. sebastian gorka he's the author of defeating jihad and has a personal story about socialism. i heard you speak recently and you talked about you know the effects of communism firsthand. your parents lived through this. your dad was in prison in his early 20s trying to fight for freedom. tell us about your parents story. >> my parents were born and raised in hungary behind the iron curtain during the cold war. he decided to resist. he was betrayed from the west by a double agent, kim fillby and he got a life sentence. i was brought up in the west understanding that the socialist
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utopia is impossible and will destroy individual freedom and liberty. >> when you saw the berlin wall fall, you thought everything my parents went through, it's over now and now you hear bernie sanders running on the platform of socialism. what goes through your mind? >> it's hard to really believe. we put that argument to bed years ago. we put the last nail in the coffin. we've proved to the world the bigger the government gets, the less freedom the individual has. big government means enslavement for the people. people are going to rallies thinking the government will give us everything. >> is it a slap in the face of our grandparents and people fighting for our country right now? >> it truly is. it undermines people's commitment to the values of what america was founded on.
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>> these young people, they hear free, free, free. they don't have any money. when you are in college, you have nothing. to have someone say i'm going to pay for your college, i get it, but they didn't live through this or they were too young to see the wall fall or remember it at least. look into the camera. what is your message for them? because you really know firsthand what this can lead to and you say what bernie sanders is preaching is a lie. why? >> human beings who promise you paradise will end up enslaving you, america are was built, the only nation built on the principles of liberty and individual freedom. if you want somebody else to solve your problems for you, you are enabling dictatorship. >> excellent. thank you so much, dr. gorka. i'm sorry for everything your familiar -- family went through. >> thank you. coming up, complete strangers come together to save a man pinned inside a burning car. >> ready.
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it is on this wednesday morning the post game show, two big primaries yesterday in the state of kentucky as you can see right now, it is still too close to call. hillary has got 46.8 and bernie sanders has got 46.3. i saw one of the headlines, said kentucky derby, hillary by a nose but right now still too >> for the longest time, bernie sanders was winning by about 100. it quickly changed at the end and we'll see what eventually happens. in oregon this is afait accompli. >> that's exactly right. sanders did beat hillary 54% to 45%. >> bernie sanders says i love the west coast. i look forward to winning california and i'll take oregon. >> and donald trump in oregon winds up with 67% of the vote. clearly he won. >> who did the other 30% vote for? >> remember, they have had
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mail-in ballots for a while so a lot of people voted for other people before cruz dropped out. our next guest was all in for ted cruz despite the fact that one of his favorite sons was all in for donald trump. phil robertson from duck dynasty is here to talk about his new film "torch bearer" which is part of the festival. welcome back, phil. >> good to see you guys. >> you look at some home there with the yacht and the caviar. >> let me tell you something. if you want to lose weight, ladies, come to cannes, france. the portions that they serve you for supper are about the size of a 50 cent piece. >> those snails aren't that big over there. >> i have ended up in the epicenter of protruding memory
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glands, if you understand what i'm saying. >> i understand what you are saying. you are there at the beach. >> i'm running with the hollywood elite. >> there you go. finally. >> a lot of the hollywood elite are for hillary clinton because she will probably be the democrat. you are a republican, and you were for ted cruz until he dropped out. are you on the trump train now? >> i was forced on to the trump train, but i am happily volunteering my services for mr. trump mainly because the republican party has spoken. the people have said we want mr. trump, so mr. cruz goes down, i love him, but now i'm on the trump train and i'll do everything i can to help him. hey, we have to be loyal to the party. i know clinton's record or bernie sanders. i know their record. with donald, i'm not quite sure since he doesn't have a record in the political arena.
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however, i'm taking my chances not even knowing. i know the clintons. i'm not sure about trump. i'm with trump. >> phil, a lot of times you say things of great controversy and i don't see you do a lot of backtracking. donald trump says things with great controversy. he doesn't do a lot of backtracking. here's how he explained it to megyn last night. >> i will say this, when i'm wounded, i go after people hard. okay? and i try and unwound myself. >> you understand that mind set? >> i understand it. i'll make a valiant attempt behind the scenes, you understand, to sit down with donald with a bible in between us, and i might can help him along with concepts like loving your enemies, loving your god, loving your neighbor. even your enemies.
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forgive them, and move on. i may can help him in that area. i can see it now, trump wins and the camera is panning and his spiritual adviser is me. >> that reminds me of something -- >> is america ready for it? >> that reminds me of something you said on sean hannity's show, you said you were a jesus man. you said the issues in america are bigger than the president. what dumb by that? >> that's my firm belief. i think that's what happened is we've met the enemy and it is us, the electorate. the citizens. politicians are but a reflection of the people. so my goal is through this documentary, we show an historical account of what happens to kbiers empires to nations, to cultures, when you remove god as the firm basis for
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your freedom. statesmen may speculate for liberty, but it is religion and morality which can establish the principles upon which freedom can securely stand. john adams. it is when people forget god that the tyrants forge their chains. so we're trying to remind people please don't forget god because you'll end up with what you see and it is really a lot of carnage, immorality, perversion, depravity. these sexually transmitted diseases are rampant. i'm trying to remind people to love god and love each other. why don't we try that for a while? that's my story and i'm sticking to it. >> that is your story. that is the documentary. that's why you are in cannes at
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the film festival. it's called "torch bearer. "here's a clip. watch this. >> human civilization's best chance of survival is to anchor itself in the god of creation. ♪ ♪ god created men and women in his image. we are image barriers of god. >> so the documentary film comes out i believe in the month of july. why was it so important for you to put your name to this project? >> my nephew of all people wrote the script. i was not aware that he had written the script and he got ahold of some people in d.c. and they contacted me asking me would i do it. i said let me read the script. i read the script. number one, i thought that nephew of mine is a lot more intelligent than i thought he was, and number two is he came forth from my baby sister's
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loins, you understand, so my nephew was a lot smarter than i thought he was, and i read the script and i thought you know when you allow humans, man, men, women, to determine what's right or wrong, good or evil and what your life is worth, you end up with carnage and destitution and depravity. it spirals out of control. therefore, we ought to let god be our anchor. we were founded on the god of the bible, judeo-christian values. we don't need to forget that. even europe, they don't need to forget it. >> later on, we'll have your grandson. john luke. he got married young. do you have a question for him?
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>> john luke, please remember your roots. that would be me. if it were not for me, you would not have a dad or a mom. i'm the reason they are here. that's the reason you are here. do not be a nerd on national tv. >> phil, thank you very much. check out his new documentary. it's coming out in the month of july. it's called "torch bearer." >> i love that man. au revoir! >> would you give him more on that plate. he looks a little edgy. got a couple of news headlines. the army deserter bowe bergdahl will not be facing court mart shall until february. he's claiming that donald
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games and p fine ds 5,000 for slugging jose bautista. both players are appealing. bautista was suspended for one game. coming up, bernie sanders wins kentucky -- i'm sorry, he won oregon. kentucky is still too close to call. at what point could impossible victory over hillary clinton be possible? we have our political panel joining us next. ♪ ♪ so yostanding up.ddle. with a friend. or you're a skier. or snowboarder. or a skier with two kids who snowboard. wait, where's your wife? there she is. you also like to work out. less intense? there we go. or you want to know your heart rate. when you're doing this. or this. or this. or this. which means, you should probably wear this.
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here to weigh is in our political panel. eric beach and gillian melcher and evaneline gomez. >> why do you think they are having so much trouble? >> who would have thought that it would be the democrats being fractured going into convention. right now, she has a 101 battle and she's barely suffering. >> it's an open primary. we see that hillary clinton does struggle she's got getting -- not getting the independent vote. >> i think it's too premature she's not going to get the independent vote. i think she very well get the independent vote if it's a match-up wean her and trump.
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>> i'm talking about the primary. >> we have california, new jersey. these are states with high minority populations that are going to turn out for hillary and i think that's where sanders has his weakness. >> what do you think? >> i think what bernie sanders has going for him is charisma. he's coming -- she's coming up against the charismatic candidate as in 2008. >> when barack obama brought it to the end, they said the democrats are going to be a mess because they are all divided and they ended up being an advantage because they stay excited. >> i tend to disagree. i think that hillary does have a very charismatic message and i think she has competency and experience and people are very
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excited about electing the first female president. >> could bill clinton actually be a lead weight? what he was doing in 1996 and where we are now in 2016. let's listen to the 1996 version of a democrat talking about illegal immigration. >> this administration has taken a strong stand to stiffen the protection of our borders. we will build a wall. it will do what it's supposed to do. keep illegal immigrants out. and tonight i announce i will sign an executive order to deny federal contracts to businesses that hire illegal immigrants. >> what are weoing to do about illegal hiring? >> it could be very strong. it could be a huge financial penalty. >> eric, it sounds so familiar. the trump message and the bill clinton message who is the lead surrogate for the 2016 democratic frontrunner. >> absolutely right. even thinking about going into
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thinks bill clinton's campaign, i feel your pain. and trump, make america great again. >> is that a problem? >> i think this harsh prote protectionist stance i believe n a free market for labor. i think immigration laws should be embraced but i think people to come here and work and have an opportunity to work. i don't think trump speaks for the insider -- >> i don't think the messages are similar at all. i think trump's message is being anti-latino. >> sounds exactly the same. >> i would disagree. i disagree. >> okay, i was reading the closed caption of what they were saying. sorry. >> middle class workers. >> this shows how much the country has changed. >> ainsley goes one-on-one with a country music legend called
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it was a big night for voters in oregon and in kentucky. social media lighting up. >> and clayton morris is here. what else is going on? >> donald trump right now, it's amazing, i checked out google trends and twitter trending topics, he's the number one topic. awe of the numbers were -- all of the numbers are down to kentucky. hillary clinton said, look, i won, even though it's still neck and neck and "the new york daily news" put out this gift that was shared thousands of times of the
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horse race and all of the comparisons -- and it is by a nose. because, you know, hillary clinton even though no one declared her the victor, you know what? i'm coming out, i'm on top. >> bizarre. >> in iowa too. too close to call, not for me. >> she hasn't won, but she's saying she has. >> she is saying she has. other bernie supporters are not happy. people are taking drinking games last nine. even the kentucky derby couldn't compete with the kentucky primary right now. i need a mint julep. >> but that's just a tuesday night. but bernie sanders tearing up social media. you see the trends between kentucky and bernie sanders on social media and all of the memes. people supporting -- i think he looks a lot like the colonel -- >> the colonel's body and head and bernie's face in there. >> time to elect a new colonel sanders. bern kentucky was another one going around. >> life that. because it looks like his hair.
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>> donald trump was watching this last night. he kind of came out and declared hillary clinton the victor on twitter. he said, i look so forward to debating crooked hillary clinton. democrat primaries are rigged. e-mail investigation is rigged so time to get it on. >> i wonder if there will come a time that twitter rather that having donald trump spell out crooked hillary, will come out with a crooked hillary emoji. >> they probably will. or a hash tag that will be shortened up for her. it was interesting in his discussion with megyn kelly saying look, he gets in trouble not from his tweets but retweets. >> just push that button, boom, you're in trouble. >> it happens. >> to all of us. fascinating stuff. >> there's your social media from last night. >> all right. coming up straight ahead in the next two hour, think the republicans are divided, listen to this voice mail left from the nevada chairperson. you will hear that in a second because i can't do her voice right now. >> there's a death threat. >> who's behind the messages? we'll discuss.
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good morning. today is wednesday, may 18th. i'm ainsley earhardt. a photo finnish kentucky, the race still too close to call. but that is not stopping hillary from declaring a victory. and sanders supporters from firing back. >> i just wanted to let you know that people like you should be hung in a public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> wow. the latest on the crisis in the democratic party. and it's the interview nine months in the making. donald trump and megyn kelly finally face to face, sitting across the table from each other. >> the comment about john mccain you prefer people who weren't captured. the comment about carly
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fiorina's face. but do you regret any of those comments? >> what is he saying? find out. plus the two talk about their very public feud for the first time on tv. and he has friends in low places. >> what about the political season, will you give us a little glimpse into what you think? >> but what does he think about the race for the white house? >> very low places. >> right. >> now listen to the woman's face seen in the shot. the country singer's answer to that question and more because mornings are better with us. >> you don't seem too enthusiastic about that. mornings are better with us. >> i was letting people make their own conclusion. i feel like our mornings are better with us. >> listen, people are watching
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right now. that's their conclusion. thank you for watching and making us the number one cable news channel this the world. >> yes, election wise, hillary clinton is taking a premature victory lap declaring herself the winner of kentucky n the primary there. before all of the votes have been counted. >> right. but she does have the lead, but senator bernie sanders is looking to take the west winning big in oregon. >> we have live fox team coverage for you right now. jonathan hunt once again is in portland, oregon, but we start with mike toobin yesterday in louisville. yesterday it was raining and today it is gray. >> reporter: it's a little wet out here. if hillary clinton was looking for that decisive win in kentucky that would clarify her as the presumptive nominee that would say that the party is unified behind her, she did not get it as we look at the race board. half a percentage point separates her from senator sanders right now. 46.8 to 46.3. but clinton declared she had broken sanders' winning streak,
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winning we just won kentucky. thanks to everyone who turned out. we are always stronger united. however, the party is not united. a significant portion lined up behind senator sanders, splitting the vote in the state where she beat the president in 2008 by a significant margin. sanders declared a victory of sorts and he insisted that he's not going away. >> let me be as clear as i can be, i agree with you. we are in till the last ballot is cast. we are going to continue to fight for every last vote until june 14th, and then we're going to take our fight into the convention. >> reporter: donald trump weighed in over twitter, criticizing the lack of a decisive winning, do you think crooked hillary will finally close the deal? if she can't win kentucky she should drop out of the race. the comments that clinton made back in march about putting coal
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miners out of business seemed to impact her. if you look at the coal fields, the rural parts of state that's where sanders cleaned up. it's the population centers of lexington and louisville that the clintons have done well that kept her ship afloat. back to you in new york. >> mike, thank you. >> louisville. i learned very quickly. i went there for the kentucky derby, i was saying louisville. no no no. it's louisville. louisville. roll it all together. >> that was very big of you. hillary clinton clinched on the numbers as we talked about in kentucky as she faces an embarrassing upset in oregon. >> oregon the beaver state is feeling the bern. jonathan hunt is live this morning. good morning. >> reporter: hey, steve, brian, ainsley, the only poll we had put hillary clinton some 15 points ahead. clearly, that lead if it ever really existed completely evaporated. bernie sanders and eventually scoring a very comfortable victory.
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about a nine-point margin. it won't do much to change the overall delegate map for senator sanders, but it does mean he has momentum as he heads toward a future primary. in particular, california, a critical one on june 7th. he was campaigning in fact in california as the results came through in oregon and he delivered his own version of the west coast is the best coast. listen here. >> we just won oregon. and we're going to win california. i am getting to like the west coast. >> reporter: and there was also a republican primary here not surprisingly donald trump is the only candidate left standing. he won very easily. back to you, guys. >> he did. all right, jonathan hunt, live in portland. >> i love that, i'm getting to
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love the west coast. like did you not like it before? >> he has california straight ahead. last night, megyn kelly was here earlier, to talk about and preview her big show. she sat down with her lead guest, donald trump. it's the first time they sat down since the first debate over in the fall of last year. when it came to talking about some of the mistakes donald trump made, he gave this perception of what he does when he is hit, he hits back. >> and i will say this. when i'm wounded i go after people hard. okay? and i try and unwound myself. i view myself as a person that like everybody else is fighting for survival. that's how i view myself as. i really feel myself now as somewhat of a messenger. you know this is a massive thing that's going on. millions and millions of people
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have been disenfranchised from this country. i was in front of a group the other day -- at least 25,000 people, the place was going crazy. and i said, i'm like the messenger. >> they did talk about the rocky nine months they have had. it appears that they have patched everything up. she did talk to him and ask him about that question that he was, you know -- he took offense to that she asked and he was taken aback by her woman question. the first question he had ever been asked in a presidential debate and he thought, man what a question. he felt he said it was not fair. she said it's not a cocktail party and he said the debate might have been a favor to him for preparing him for the worst. the worst would be if he lost and he had this to say about this. >> as i said, unless i win i can't do that. no, you're wrong. what you have done has never been done before, and it will go down in history. and i appreciate -- i don't want
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to really talk about it, because if it doesn't work out i want that narrative. but if i don't go all the way and if i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy and money. >> that was interesting. i thought the best part of the entire interview was what you were talking about, how he said, you know t reason i was so upset with you, megyn, right out of the gate you hit me with the tough question. this is my first debate, i'm not used to debating. it explained why he was so upset with her when she was saying the exact words that he had already used. so i thought that was a good explanation. >> meanwhile, we asked you what you thought of the interview. getting some instant reaction because it aired at 8:00 eastern time. i thought it was a great interview, they can talk about real issues. trump will make america great again. >> i was impressed with trump's honesty. that's who he'll be with the american public as well. keep the comments coming.
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meanwhile, let a talk about the democrats. you know, we showed the images on monday, after there were chairs thrown out in nevada at the state convention and we showed you, you know, how the cops were called. this is some of the video right here. well, there's a growing rift on the democratic side. the people who are loyal to hillary and then the liberal activists and younger voters drawn to bernie. sand sand sanders' supporters have been accused of sending in threatening messages like this. >> people like you should be hung in the public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> i was interested in your dictatorship. i had a few questions regarding how i need to vote for the dictator in november. hillary. >> your [ bleep ] -- you're a
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[ bleep ] fascist! >> i don't think they like -- >> not happy with her. >> you have no idea what that word is? >> write us and tell us what you think. >> so they're not happy, clearly. and that last call -- second to last call when he mentioned voting for hillary, he was clearly a bernie supporter. he's upset with the party their this and what -- chair there. >> i know debbie wasserman schultz reprimanded both sides, she said i'll have a talk with the candidates and their main supporters to make sure this doesn't happen again. i think the over hundreds of thousands of dollars hillary clinton had to spend in the last two weeks to put ads in kentucky. that is time in which she's not going against her republican candidate, which she planned to do. money that she can't use against donald trump and her lead now in the latest national poll went from five to three. >> so they're not united at all. hillary is saying, we're united. they're not united. you can see, clearly. >> and next stop, what's going to happen out in philly? can you imagine if those calls
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were made to the rnc how big a story that would be? >> like if a rubio supporter called -- something like that. >> this, not so much. >> right. heather nauert would make it a big deal if it happened with the rnc because she's a news woman. >> exactly. good morning. it's wednesday, right? wednesday, we start off with extreme weather that's blasting through the south. this happening overnight and it's leaving a real mess for folks to wake up to this morning. this is one of multiple funnel clouds spotted in florida in the sunshine state. those storms now leaving about 20 homes damaged so far. >> oh, my god, terrifying. absolutely terrifying. our whole rv was like shaking back and forth. >> well, that storm causing major flooding in the area. record rainfall in vero beach, florida, leaving hundreds of people with damaged cars. also flooded homes. severe weather and flooding also in texas once again. they have had a tough year.
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the heaviest rain was recorded in san antonio. a massive 6.7 earthquake rattling ecuador overnight. the u.s. geological survey said it's likely an aftershock from last month's massive 7.8 deadly tremor that hit the same part of the country. no reports though of damage this morning. that country still cleaning up from last month's earthquake that killed nearly 700 people including one american and it flattened thousands of buildings. a fight to reinstate the i word. the house moving to use the term illegal immigrant, in the library of congress records. well, that push coming after the term illegal alien had been removed from search terms and also from cataloging by the library early in year. college students and librarians were behind the change, calling that term illegal derogatory. it was switched to noncitizen. republican leaders are calling it unnecessary political correctness. what do you think about that? those are your headlines. >> all right. thank you very much. >> thanks, gang. all right, 12 minutes now after the hour.
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bernie sanders beating hillary in oregon and still on her heels in kentucky. too close to call at this point. so now sanders is crying foul after kentucky independents were not allowed to vote and donald trump has a new tactic to get democrats over to his side. join me is former deputy chief of staff to president reagan is ed rollins. good morning. what do you make of what's happening in kentucky and in oregon? >> you know, bernie sanders started off being like a chihuahua nipping at her heels and now he's a german shepherd and he is going to the convention. she is limping into this convention. as trump getting stronger and republicans are coming -- she's
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still got to get rid of him and he's dragging her further and further to the left. i think they'll have a rock 'n' roll convention. >> at lot of people are saying he needs to drop out of the race. he's successful. he's won three-fourths of the primaries. >> he won more delegates yesterday. not that she's not go tock the nominee because of the super delegates but he's the one with the enthusiasm and the votes. >> you joined the super pac great america pac. it's a trump super pac. what's your mission? >> our mission is to try to fill in the blanks. trump made a decision early on he was going to self-fund the campaign. i think he's made a determination that's an enormous undertaking. she's had super pacs and they allow you to have bigger contributions. normally it takes three or four years to put a campaign together or a fund-raising base. to start now which he has to do for his campaign, he needs to supplement that with the super
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pacs. >> he said in the past he doesn't want a super pac, he doesn't need it. >> he doesn't need it if he wants to spend his $10 billion. he doesn't want to sell buildings or golf courses. i don't think he has. a lot of people are going to contribute to him. donald trump is basically an independent guy. he's well-to-do. probably the richest man to ever run for president. he won't get bought off by drinks at happy hour or by a big contribution. >> there are calls to trump's aides and people who are close to trump are calling for a black list, people who worked against him not to get the rnc contracts. >> that's foolish, because there's a lot of talent on the other side. we had, you know, 17 campaigns. >> but people love him for that. he's loyal. >> there's plenty of time for loyalty but at this time you have to build your operation. into a certain extent there's some good operatives that were running other campaigns. you need to bring them all together. if you want to have the winning politic, it's about bringing addition. bring people to the game. certainly your players are front and center, but others can come
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to the camp. >> what do you make of the talk about the third party? >> there's no third party. at the end of day, again, that's the year long effort to put something like that together. there's a lot of disillusioned losers and people unhappy with the turnout. but day by day, trump getting stronger and stronger and there's nobody out there who can challenge and beat him. >> what's your message for the people who are leaders in the republican party who have spoken against donald trump recently like mitt romney? >> bite your tongue, there were people who didn't like mitt romney and they supported him at the end of the day. they need to be behind trump. trump won it fair and square. he's won a lot and a big victory yesterday. >> thanks very much. he has friends in low places. ♪ i've got friends in low places ♪ ♪ where the whiskey drowns and the beer ♪ >> what does garth brooks think of the race for the white house?
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washington, d.c., has been named the fittest city in america. >> wow. >> there are lots of places to walk. >> come on, now, pick it up new york. he's one of the biggest stars in country music and after a 16 year hiatus, garth brooks is back. he'd headed to new york for the first time since 1997. i know one woman who knew that already. >> that's right. we got a chance to catch one this countrying megastar. take a look. ♪ ♪ i've got friends in low places ♪ >> welcome back to new york. we're glad you're here. it's been 19 years since you had that big concert in central park. almost 1 million people there. you're back here at yankee stadium. why did you choose yankee stadium? >> i think if you're going to come back to new york, you want to try to do something, you know, in a big way because that's all this town knows is big ways. and kept trying to think and this opportunity came up at yankee stadium. it came up from the yankees organization. >> you took time off. as a professional that had to be
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a big risk because you thought am i going to be welcomed back into the music scene and into the hearts and homes of american homes again. you took off a big chunk of time to raise your girls. did you regret that and why did you do that? >> no, you took off knowing you'd never come back. this happen never happens. nobody ever gets a second path -- look at anybody in history. and my wife said would you ever think of touring again? i said, well, i would think about it, but would the people? and chicago went from one show to 11. the opening city. it kind off took off from there. it has been really sweet that people have showed up in these numbers and i'm enjoying it. >> how are the girls? >> they're healthy, thank god. they're on their way, they're all in college. good. as a dad i could not be happier with the young women they turn out the same way. i wish you the same.
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>> want to say? >> what's her name? >> hayden. >> this is garth brooks checking out my child. >> that child like there is loving, adorable. she's going to be very thoughtful of everyone around her. you can tell. that's very sweet. >> what a nice little blessing for my daughter. ♪ >> trisha yearwood, your wife, obviously. is she touring with you? >> oh, yeah. i don't go anywhere without her. we were both married before, so we said, why would we get married if bewe're going to be apart? we spend as much time together as possible. she's my best friend. >> what about the political season? will you give us a little glimpse into what you think? >> no, i think colin powell said it best. you know, the office of the presidency is something you do not make into, you know, poke fun thing at. let's just make sure we respect one another. give the people the best opportunity we can to elect a leader that's going to move this country forward in the next four
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years instead of dividing it, where half of us are trying to drag or push. because you don't get anywhere. >> somebody in the audience asked why they thought you're so popular even up north even in new york city. i said you're nothing but nice. you really said nice things about everyone who asked question, you care about my daughter and looking at her picture. this goes a long way, and i think this has a lot to do with your success. where did you learn that? >> i don't think it's a big mystery. the big question down here, why are we all down here? we're down here for each other. that's why we're all down here. that's just it. love is the greatest weapon we have on this planet. ♪ >> great job. >> what a pleasure. thank you. >> he's a great guy. a great guy. great heart. great family man. great father. >> you know, we all have had him in his our living rooms, bedroom, listening to his music, i went to his concerts in
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joining us right now, judge alex ferrer. >> great to be here. >> what do you make of what's going on on the democratic side? >> i think on both sides -- i think we'll look back and the bumper sticker industry is goingic to that a big hit this year. because unlike other years nobody wants to put a bumper sticker on who they like anymore. because the amount of disenchantment with trump and hillary is massive. >> unless you have glass insurance, you can replace the windshield. >> exactly. what's happening with the democrats is interesting to me. trump, yes, people said never trump, but i think a lot of the people will come back into the fold. but bernie's campaign is build around the youth of america. you know, to make the change in the economy and all that, you need a massive movement. >> the bernie supporters might support trump. >> they might. but the more important thing i think for the democrats is unlike the trump supporters, those -- the energy and hope that you need for a movement
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that exists like that is in youth. bernie is like the hottest new video game. hillary is not. she's last year's video game. when he gets knocked out of the race, they won't come out for her. >> so he made it clear he'll eventually go over to top trump. >> but the question is will the youth follow him over there. i don't think him getting up and saying we have to go support hillary is going to be the same thing for them. i think at that point a lot of them stay home because of the excitement of the movement is isn't there. >> if they do vote for him what would i say? trump on my bump. >> i'm a trumper on my bumper. >> back in 1996, in his state of the union address he talked about immigration and securing the border and numbers usa has pulled some of the clips and it sounds like donald trump's platform. take a listen. >> we are increasing border controls by 50%. we are increasing inspections to prevent the hiring of illegal immigrants and tonight, i
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announce i will sign an executive order to deny federal contracts to businesses that hire illegal immigrants. let me be very clear about this. we are still a nation of immigrants. we should be proud of it. we should honor every legal immigrant here working hard to be a good citizen. working hard to become a new citizen, but we are also a nation of laws. >> when the commander in chief says something like that, for a judge like you what's the message, for people in the judicial system, legal system what's the message? >> you know, i'm an immigrant, i came from cuba, when the u.s. opened its arms to my family and so many other cuban immigrants. i have had my entire life in law enforcement as a cop and a lawyer and a judge and i'm a big proponent of legal immigration and a complete opponent of illegal immigration. we have to follow our laws.
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i saw the piece with what he said and what trump said and i think you had the lead-in to the segment. it's identical. this is huge for trump. >> what is happening in our country? >> well, i don't think that nick massive -- >> about politics. about votes. >> i think this is stirring up your -- as you said the politics. this is stirring up your base. the democrats know what to say to get their base angry. >> they didn't want to stir up their base then or has the country changed? >> i think in some ways it has changed, but this ad that shows that trump is not that far off from the beloved bill clinton in his position, i think it's huge for the trump campaign because it pulls the rug out of attacking him on immigration. granted the difference is that bill clinton wasn't saying let's support 11 million illegal immigrants who are here, but on every other level, his comments dove tailed perfectly with trump's and that eliminates that major thorn in the campaign. >> and hillary will not say illegal and he said it five times. >> a good point.
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>> meanwhile, let's talk about bowe bergdahl. the court-martial has to wait until next year. >> february 24th. >> why? >> tons of classified documents. you know, they have different issues in the military cou court-martials than in my courtroom. they're dealing with classified documents. >> makes sense to you? >> absolutely. this not to get it past the campaign or the election period or anything like that. they have to be careful that they don't release things that shouldn't be release and they have fro tekt his due process rights. >> i understand the public's interest in. and what he went through. but i think it should be a military issue. let them handle it. keep the politics out of it. will politics be out of this decision? >> i think it has to be. it looked like he was not going to get court-martialed, the full court-martial. big congratulations to general abrams who said, no, i don't agree with the recommendations of the original investigator. we'll go with the full blown court-martial. now he faces a potential life
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sentence. i don't know if he'll get that. but he faces a potential life sentence which otherwise they were recommending no jail time at all. so that's the kind of general you want. the one who looks at the situation and goes politics aside, we're doing this because it's the right thing. >> what a wide ranging conversation we had with the judge. >> we're going to have a cooking segment? >> sure. roll out the stove. >> get out the paprika. >> come back some time we'll do cooking with ferrer. >> that would be dangerous. >> thanks, judge. let's send -- did you want to? >> no, it's okay. i want you to hand it over to heather. i can't wait to see what she has to say. >> i was going to k the judge if he can help me with dinner. good morning. good morning. i'm just kidding. all right. well, got to ask. new calls for the head of the tsa to fix long lines or resign. >> i always tell people i want to apologize for doing our job well, but i do apologize to the people who found themselves stranded in chicago yesterday. >> oh, there were a lot. look at this video right here. a nightmare scene inside chicago o'hare airport earlier this
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week. passengers waiting hours and hours in security lines. the tsa says it's still not sure what's causing that backup but they promised to add hundreds of new offices. mark kirk said fix the lines by memorial day or let someone else do the job and the tsa is blaming budget cuts. police body cameras supposed to keep everyone safe but a brand-new study that shows cops who wear them are more likely to be attacked. >> he's got a knife! >> i'm not kidding! >> sir, get down, get down! >> gosh, another example of the hard work they do each and every day. terrifying scenes like this one caught on camera in ohio are now becoming more frequent. researchers claim assaults against officers increased by 15% when they wear body cameras, and that reason is unclear. the study raced questions about how -- raised questions about how they should be used by the law enforcements. a 5-year-old daughter is
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suspended from school for bringing a bubble gun to school. >> it's a shock. what bugs me is that this is going to be something they can refer back to. >> it's the princess bubble gun in fact. that gun just shoots out bubble. the girl's mom who didn't want to be identified, you saw her in dark right there, is concerned that the suspension will affect her daughter's school record. she was playing with it at recess when officials at the colorado school called home with the news. the little girl suspended. the school refusing to budge when the mom fought back, citing its zero tolerance policy. i'm sure glad that those teachers don't know my little boys. because they bring all kinds of stuff to school. handcu handcuffs, screw drivers. >> you have handcuffs around your house? >> they're for little kids. >> for cops and robbers, steve. cops and robbers. >> all right. let's keep it clean. >> if you say so. coming up, he admitted to
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misleading america on the nuclear iran deal, then he refused to answer questions for it. now white house aide ben rhodes is responding to the critics calling for him to be fired. and it's not pretty. >> hit the road. we just got judge alex's take on the similar immigration policies of donald trump and bill clinton. but what do you think? >> good, hit the streets. >> steve is about to hit the streets to find out. >> go get 'em, steve. >> "dooce on the loose."
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so there's anbate in this c. i don't know if you have heard. but it's an amazing how this country has changed. in 1996, bill clinton sounds a lot like steve i don't know how you feel donald trump. >> you know what? we were just talking to judge alex who by the way is right over there walking away. go, good-bye, have a safe trip back to miami, judge! we were talking to judge alex about just that. and so we have put some of those things from that 1996 state of the union on cards and we're going to ask people if it sounds familiar. we have danielle and steve. they are from the great state of maine. >> yes. >> i have a little quiz for you. who said this?
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was it a clinton or was it mr. trump? who said we are increasing border control by 50%, steve? >> bernie sanders. >> nope. that's wrong. >> i knew the answer. it was trump, right? >> it was not trump. it was bill clinton. >> all right. >> all right. >> yep. danielle, let me ask you this. who said this, we are increasing inspections to prevent the hiring of illegal immigrants? who said that, a clinton or a trump? >> i would say a clinton. >> which clinton? >> hillary? >> bill clinton, 200 -- rather, 1996, state of the union. thank you very much. >> have a nice day. >> very nice to see you. we were talk ago the imgranti imgrantion -- immigration policy of trump when we were walking over here. what was your comment? >> i said build that wall. >> okay. >> all right. have a safe trip back. judge alex down that way if you want to buy him coffee. paige, give me the other card right here. we saw this -- we saw this guy. he's holding up a sign. what's your name? >> dan burr from dayton, ohio.
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>> trump/nugent as in ted nugent? >> absolutely. i think that's a great ticket. >> all right. put that down for a second. so you're familiar with the talk about illegal immigration. >> absolutely. >> who said this, i will sign an executive order to deny federal contracts to businesses -- >> who said that? >> bill clinton. >> bill clinton at the '96 state of the union. who said this, we are also a nation of laws? >> you might have me on that one. i'm not really sure. >> well, that was said by bill clinton too. >> doesn't surprise me. >> proves the point that what bill clinton was saying back in the '90s sounds like what donald trump is talking about today. >> it's amazing what is happening today.
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it really is. >> do you think hillary will embrace her inner bill clinton? >> probably will. >> all right. >> she'll take advantage of everything she can. >> you want to hold that sign up again. make america great again, trump/nugent, 2016. back to you. >> i think that ted nugent would give donald trump permission to play that song. >> definitely. i'm sure he would. >> up next, you know someone who can't hold a job, what if that person was your spouse? is that normal or nuts? >> dr. keith ablow has the answer next. there he is. come on in. but first on this day in 1980, mount st. helen's erupted and then israel withdrew from the gaza strip after 30 years. and then what happened? >> simple minds, some people accused me of being like that, was at the top of the charts with "don't you forget about me." >> you're very complex. >> thank you. i take these out...
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>> what a project. >> my wife keeps switching jobs. here it is. in the seven years we have been married my wife has held five different job, none of them lasted more than six months. luckily can support us on our own but is this pattern normal or nuts? >> the fact that he's asking shows why he's asking longer than the employers. he's giving her the benefit of the doubt, nuts. really forceful denial. it's them. it's the situation. it's the employer. no, the common factor in all the situations, six months, you honey, you're the common factor. >> is it because of lack of belief in herself, she doesn't like to be ordered around? why does she commit to the marriage, but not a job? >> it could be any of those, but my guess is when this guy polls his own soul, listen, i have been making a lot of accommodations for her and maybe at work they're not as willing to do that. guess what, save the money for the next six months of employment for psychotherapy.
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you could be employed six years. >> solved. next, my fiance and i got eng e engaged nor than a year ago. we are both waiting until we're done with law school, but he hasn't given me a ring. i don't need anything fancy, but what's the deal? >> now, here's the thing. look, choice "a," cheap. choice "b," he's ambivalent about the relationship or both. either way, you have to put this guy on, you know, sort of a deadline. 90 days. if you don't have the ring, i'm out. it's shame -- >> but -- >> but generally people will feel the feelings of the other person in a marriage to be and say my wife -- my future wife is walking around without the symbol. what's wrong with this guy? he doesn't feel his feelings. >> my niece is so rude to her parents and my brother ignores
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her. sometimes he sides with her and blames our parents. thoughts? >> all right. so look, this is a great one. because maybe he's normal but a coward because guess what? sometimes people speak through hers. if a brother has an issue with the parents he may be using his child to get back at the parents. don't do that. have your child be respectful to your parents and take him aside and say, look i have an issue with you. because there's a reason he's silent. he has the feelings that his child is expressing and that's $99. that's 30 seconds. >> a normal or nuts category or a little nuanced? >> it's a little nuanced but i lives in the nuanced areas as you know. >> right. >> it costs me more money in the follow-up sessions. >> call me later i have time for you. >> you always they. i always get the busy signal. dr. keith ablow, thanks. thanks great. coming up, outrage over the voting process for electing hillary clinton. i'll stop now.
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there is only one place where real and amazing live. seaworld. real. amazing good morning to you. it is wednesday. you only have to set your alarm two more days this week. may 18th. i'm ainsley earhardt. a photo finish in kentucky. the race still too close to call, but that's not stopping hillary from declaring a victory in the state and sanders supporters, they are firing back. >> i just wanted to let you know that when people like you -- that people like you should be hung in the public execution to show this world that we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> wow. death threats. the latest on the crisis in the democratic party. >> i have a feeling that caller didn't leave their name. meanwhile, an interview nine months in the making.
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donald trump sitting down finally with megyn kelly. >> i will say this. if i don't go all the way, if i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy and money. >> plus, donald trump gets personal about his regrets and who writes his tweets? and what about those retweets? and donald trump just got a little more magic on his side. who from the wizarding world of "harry potter" is trading the hogwarts train for the trump train. and let me remind you, in case there's a quiz alater, mornings are better with "friends." >> so "harry potter" story is kind of fascinating. and surprising, given the penchant for the person who said the comment to come out on donald trump's side. >> right. speaking of britain, the mayor of london said, donald trump come and visit. looks like they'll patch things
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up. and the race is still close to call in kentucky, but hillary clinton has already declared herself the state's winner. >> and the vermont senator sanders now looking to california after a big win last night in the state of oregon. >> and guess what? we have team coverage right now. you can see these handsome individuals. jonathan hunt who is live in portland, oregon. but we'll start with you, mike tobin, in louisville, kentucky. >> good morning, ainsley and gang. even though the state party said that hillary clinton unofficially won kentucky by a nose, it's not the kind of win that would put bernie sanders in her rearview mirror. let's go to the board. 46.8 to 46.3, less than half a percentage point separates the two candidates here. clinton took to twitter early in the night to declare that she had broken sander's winning streak. writing we just won kentucky. thanks to everyone for turning out we're stronger united. but the party is not united.
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half the people here in kentucky lined up behind sanders. he took to the lectern to declare a victory of sorts in kentucky. >> in a closed primary, something i'm not all that enthusiastic about, where independents are not allowed to vote, where secretary clinton defeated barack obama by 250,000 votes in 2008, it appears tonight that we're going to end up with about half of the delegates to clinton. >> of all the people to end up in sanders' corner, donald trump tweeting in the last hour. bernie sanders is being treated very badly by the democrats. the system is rigged against him. many of his disenfranchised fans are for me. sanders has been racking up a lot of wins, he's popular, and there's a staggering delegate split between him and clinton with clinton leading by 763
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delegates. they split the delegate take here in kentucky. that didn't move the needle that much. clinton needs 91 more delegates to clinch the nomination. >> thank you. they do split the delegates because she got lucky in kentucky and won by that much. she's going to get 27 delegates and bernie sanders is going to get 27 delegates. >> right. >> it's a shock. >> they say she won, because percentage wise she did. >> the kentucky derby, hillary by a nose. >>ald trump feels for bernie sanders and urges him to be an independent and run on his own. >> that would be great for him. hillary clinton is face an embarrassing upset in oregon. >> the beaver state is feeling bernie. that's where jonathan hunt is live from portland. jonathan, you have something important to say. >> reporter: hi, brian, steve, ainsley, good morning to you all. in the polling that we saw in the run-up to the voting, hillary clinton had a 15-point lead over bernie sanders. that obviously did not play out. in the end a comfortable victory
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for the vermont senator here. it won't do a great deal to change the overall delegate map. but on the other hand, it does give him considerable momentum as he heads to the crucial june 7th primaries which include of course california. bernie sanders was by coincidence campaigning in california as the results came through here in oregon and he told the crowd in no uncertain terms he is in this for the long haul. listen here. >> as clear as i can be, i agree with you. we are in to the last ballot is cast. we're going to continue to fight for every last vote until june 14th and then we're going to take our fight into the convention. >> reporter: now there was a republican primary here as well. not surprisingly, the only candidate left standing, donald trump won it quite handley.
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but remember a couple of weeks ago we were talking about the republican divisions and the possibility of them heading towards a chaotic convention and a couple of weeks later all the focus is now on the democrat divisions and the possibility that they could face some sort of chaos at their convention. a week is a very long time in politics, as they say. back to you guys. >> it is indeed. looks like it will be a long, hot summer in philly for the democrats. thank you, jonathan. all right, meanwhile, they have waited nine months to sit down -- i'm talking about megyn kelly and donald trump. last night she had a special on fox broadcast channel, and one of the first things she asked him, you know, why were you so mad about my first question and he said, because your first question, the woman question, he said that was not a fair question. it took him aback. he thought, why is she asking that? and then he said this about her question.
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>> i thought it was unfair. i thought -- first of all, i didn't think it was really a question. i thought it was more of statement. that's the first question that i have ever been asked during a debate and i have never debated before. i mean, my whole life is a debate, but i never debated before. but i thought, man, what a question. then you had bret doing his thing and i thought i have two hours of this. i don't blame you because you're doing your thing. but i don't have to like it. i had great respect that you were able to call me and said, let's get together and let's talk. to me, i would not have done that. i don't say that as an -- you know, as a positive. i think it's a negative for me. you walk into trump tower, we didn't have like -- on a neutral site or over at fox. i wouldn't have done it. >> when you look back on the past nine months from that first debate to now, any regrets? >> absolutely i have regrets. i don't think want to discuss what the regrets are, but i
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could have done certain things differently. i could have used different language in a couple of instances. but overall i have to be happy with the outcome. i think if i didn't conduct myself in the way i have done it, i don't think i would have been successful. >> wow. >> he has been successful and he also said the debate might have been a favor to him by preparing him for the absolute worst. >> he said he had regrets but didn't go into specifics. he didn't want megyn kelly what they are. >> so trump is getting into the race to raise his brand. he's going to get more famous, but he won't get the nomination. he's just there to be more famous. well, he got the nomination, he got more famous. everyone said well, he accomplished his goal. not by a long shot. listen. >> i said, unless i win i can't do that he said, you're wrong. what you have done has never been done before and it will go down in history. i don't want to talk about it
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because if it doesn't work out i won't have that narrative, but i will say this. if i don't go all the way and i don't win, i will consider it to be a total and complete waste of time, energy and money. >> i don't like to hear him say that. even if he doesn't win, it's not a waste of time. not a waste of money. "a," you can always say you did this. >> but he hates to lose. >> i know. a voice for a lot of people that have been silenced for so long. >> absolutely. >> and a lot of people are behind him as we all know. there are speaking engagements in the future. book deals. so he'll make the money back. >> i think financially he'll be okay. he can grow crops instead of having golf courses and live off the land. >> what? >> just saying, he has options no one remembers the runner-up in the super bowl and he knows that. >> i think he's memorable. people will remember him. >> in his mind, he goes for complete victory. >> right.
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>> i think you're right, brian. who is ralph landon? >> who? >> ralph landon, from kansas, he ran against fdr. meanwhile t republican party and donald trump have reached a joint fund-raising agreement. what it's going to do is it's going to allow donald trump to raise money for his campaign and a bunch of republicans across the country as well. >> yeah, we had a chance to interview ed rollins on "fox & friends" earlier. this is what he had to say. >> bite your tongue if you're not happy. a lot of people didn't like romney and supported him at end of the day and i think he and everybody else needs to be behind trump. he's won it fair and square and he'll have a big victory in california, there's no third party. at the end of the day, that's the year long effort to put something like that together. a lot of disillusioned losers and people are happy with the turnout, but trump getting stronger and stronger, and nobody out there can challenge him and beat him. >> yeah. go ahead. >> he ran ronald reagan's campaign. someone very important to listen
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to because clearly -- >> smart guy. >> he's got to be running the super pac. got the number one super pac for donald trump. he said if donald trump can do anything, you can't interact with us directly, but stop saying i don't need super pacs, because he does. he needs over $1 billion to win. he's not going to spend it itself. >> and he needs the republican party behind him. >> i think they are. they arranged an agreement yesterday. >> all right. 11 minutes after the top of the hour and heather starts with weather. >> thanks for the rhyme. good morning, i hope you're off to a great day, i have extreme weather to bring you right now. a real mess to wake up to in the south. this thing here, just one of multiple funnel clouds spotted in the sunshine state. storms leaving about 20 homes damaged so far. >> oh, my god, terrifying. absolutely terrifying. our whole rv was shaking back and forth. >> that storm causing some major flooding. record rainfall in vero beach, florida, leaving hundreds of people there with damaged cars
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and flooded homes and then severe weather and more flooding. pounding texas once again, the heaviest rain recorded in san antonio. we'll keep you posted. 9/11 victims and family members one step closer to being able to sue saudi arabia for financial damages related to the terror attacks. the u.s. senate passed a controversial bill allowing lawsuits against that country. the house has to sign off on its, but president obama threatened to veto that bill. he feared economic push back from saudi arabia. the saudis strongly deny responsibility for the 2001 terror attacks that killed more than 3,000 of our fellow americans. the deputy national security adviser, ben rhodes, defying calls to resign from his poll. he got a backlash after a profile in "the new york times" magazine where he said created what he calls an echo chamber of support to help sell the iran nuclear deal. he bragged that the administration took advantage of
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naive young reporters who wrote favorably about that deal and some lawmakers are pressuring president obama to fire rhodes but he said he's not going anywhere. >> that's why i'm going to keep coming to work until the very last day of this administration. then i'll go on vacation. >> well, the white house is standing by him. and those are your headlines. see you back here in a little bit. >> hit the rhodes. all right. thank you. real quick, the case against accused deserter bowe bergdahl delayed until after the election. so who would be the best president to see this case through? one of bergdahl's former platoon mates who risked his life to find him, here next. and punishments being handed out after fists flew on the baseball diamond. >> whoa! >> the big league slugger's punch. >> where did my glasses go? with the right steps,
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for five years, but bowe bergdahl will not be court-martialed until the next commander in chief arrives in washington. now the brave men who tried to find bergdahl feel that trump hurt their chances of him getting a fair trial after comments like that. >> we get a traitor like bowe bergdahl, a dirty, rotten traitor -- who by the way, when he deserted, six young beautiful people were killed trying to find him. you don't hear about him anymore. somebody said the other day, well, he had some psychological problems. you know? in the old days bing bong -- >> right now with his reaction. u.s. army specialist cody faulk, he was sergeant bergdahl's roommate and also a trump supporter. specialist, i want to move on. we saw in the bowe bergdahl situation, right off, you think
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donald trump has hurt his chances of getting a fair trial in the military? >> no, i don't think that at all. i think this is the obama administration continuing to show failure in everything they touch and kicking it down the can. >> let's move on. his lawyer feels differently. you are supporting donald trump. why? >> numerous things. one of the big things though is his support for veterans over the years. he financed the new york city parade numerous times and he paid for the veterans wall there. his actions back up his word. he's not just a politician, that's all talk and no action. >> he's meeting with henry kissinger today. he hasn't said exactly how he'll go after isis. is that the right approach? >> yes, they're a problem. i think we need to get into wars to win wars and not stick around to nation build. it's not fair to send men to
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fight for the country when that country refuses to fight back for itself. >> when you -- when he says i'm going to go in and get isis, and then what? >> well, just wipe them out. we kill them and it's not on america to, you know, be the world's nanny and police officer and bank, you know? we can help you with your problem but at some point, you know, people need to grow a backbone and stand and fight for their own country. you know, we don't -- like iraq and afghanistan. i have been in that country 12 to 15 years and then we withdraw, you know, right as we're winning the war. >> all right. specialist, i appreciate it. a trump supporter, who says we're going go back to winning wars. thank you. the democratic divide deepens with every bernie win and at what point could the victory over hillary clinton become a possible victory? our live panel weighs in in a
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the change goes into effect on december 1st. hillary clinton's lead over bernie sanders doesn't seem to be uniting the democrats. in fact, they're more divide than earn, so can hillary stop the bern at this point? we're back with democratic strategist evangeline gomez and political editor gillian melcher. good morning to you. evangeline, let's start with you. all of the disarray, particularly this weekend in nevada, not looking good. you know, chairs were flying. the hillary people called the cops on the bernie people. and now the party hierarchy is saying, bernie, you have to get your people to fall in line. what do you make of what's going on? >> i think this is going to blow over. okay? i think bernie has been very good for the democratic party. has been very good for hillary. i mean, he's excited the base. i think at the end of day, these voters are either going with hillary. i don't think they'll vote for
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trump. >> you think they'll vote for hillary. they don't like her. >> well, i don't think that's true of all of his -- >> but a lot of them. >> there are some, perhaps. >> well, eric disagrees. he's nodding his head. >> bernie sanders is not going to be the nominee of the democratic party, hillary is but the damage is done. if she had to run against multiple candidates like donald trump did, she probably would not whether the nominee. bernie sanders is tapping in. he has the enthusiasm on his side. i expect to see a lot of the voters cross over to vote for donald trump in the general. >> because you feel that bernie has exposed how weak a candidate she is. >> well, that in addition, i think it's an outsider's year. i think people are saying it's a rage against the machine, rage against washington, d.c. even though bernie sanders has been a senator for many years he represents that. and donald trump certainly does. i think you're going to see them cross over to mr. trump as opposed to hillary clinton. >> well, as we get closer to the general election, unfortunately for her she would like to be more in the middle right now, gillian, but instead, bernie is
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pushing her further and further to the left. >> yeah, i think we have seen this particularly on energy and environment issues. if you look what she said about coal miners and how that played, not only in west virginia but in kentucky. i was reading that she lost pretty much every coal country out in kentucky to bernie sanders. which is kind of ironic. but then again the democrats have all attempted to split between the environmental left and the labor left. i think in this election in particular, trump is going to play to his advantage possibly split that constituency. >> okay, meanwhile, paul ryan made it very clear yesterday the guy running the republican party is donald trump. he's the guy who got all of the votes. he's the leader. here's paul ryan. >> i hope it's donald trump. he's getting the nomination. i mean -- he just -- he's wrapping up the nomination. good lord, i hope it is, the person getting the nomination of the party is the person to lead our party. >> what do you make about ten days ago it was paul ryan who said i'm not ready to endorse donald trump? how much damage does he inflict on mr. trump with that? >> not much.
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i think at the end of the day, the republicans are going to rally around trump. yesterday, we found out last night that the rnc entered into a fund-raising agreement with trump. that says a lot. so while you have lip service that says, guess what, we're not supporting him or we don't know at this time, maybe some later date, i think people are going to rally around him. i also think in politics you have posturing. what are you going to give me to get my support? this happens with democrats and with republicans. >> gillian of course hillary clinton is light years ahead in the fund-raising department already. she's got 60, 70, $80 million in the bank already. but donald trump has said during the primary i'm self-funding. i'm not beholden to anybody, but now he's asking for money. >> yeah, i think everyone anticipated this, they took a real hard look at the finances behind the general election. that said, he is a candidate that in the first debate admitted without a lot of shame that he had bought off politici
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politicians. >> that's what they do. >> i think that neat exactly refreshing to people that like that sort of libertine independent spirit. >> eric, the final word. >> look, donald trump has all the momentum. he has all the energy on his side. who would have thought at this point in time that we would be talking about a fractured democratic party going into their convention? i think if there's any talk of a third party, look at the democratic side not the republican side. >> nice and fair and balanced. eric, evangeline, gillian, thank you. coming up, trump got a little more image i think on his side from the wizarding world of "harry potter" who is trading the hog wart train for the trump train? and it's a real horse race on the democratic side. the internet has been making hilarious overnight memes. it looks like hillary by a nose in the kentucky derby.
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welcome back to america's election headquarters. after last night's contest in oregon and in kentucky, hillary clinton sitting less than 100 delegates short of the official delegation. >> so bernie sanders is making a major push for west coast votes. peter doocy is live in l.a., you lucky dog. >> reporter: good morning. and hillary clinton has to deal with bernie sanders hammering
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her from the west for three weeks or longer because he's going to ignore the not so subtle calls by the party elit to step aside. >> no one can predict the future, but i think we have a real shot to win primaries in a number of the states that will be coming up. and don't tell secretary clinton, she might get nervous. i think we're going to win here in california. >> reporter: so can he do it? the most recent fox news poll in california is from april, but showed bernie narrowly behind hillary. before doors opened in carson, california, last night where sanders was, the line to get into the speech was so long that secret service and campaign officials actually started letting people in more than half an hour early that rarely happens. excited crowds are something that sanders needs because he recently admitted that tv ads in this state may be too expensive
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for him to buy and it was interesting talking to folks who were -- who showed up to see bernie sanders live. they all know the score, they all know that he has won almost as many states as her. and that it is the super delegates helping hillary pad her lead. but they still show up and they still think he can win the nomination. back to you in new york. >> all right, peter doocy, live near the griffith observatory in los angeles. he was up late last night, and up early today. >> bernie sanders' wife leaned in and said you won oregon in the middle of the speech. so what is trending? >> let's ask this guy. "fox & friends" weekend co-host, clayton morris has been scanning the internet. >> scanning the internet, diving deep. this morning, you know, oregon was obviously going the way of bernie sanders, but if you look at the trending topics overnight, kentucky still at the top because people wanted to know who the heck was going to win this thing? people were up late night drinking up the whiskey, so "the
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new york daily news" tweeting this out. we couldn't figure out what the winner was. like in the kentucky derby. down the stretch they come. you had a lot of bernie sanders supporters, we're drinking. while the kentucky derby couldn't compete with the primary right now. i need a big hat and 30 mint juleps. but hillary clinton said i'm winning. i think this is a good strategy for going forward. if you're not sure you'll win, announce you're winning like hillary clinton did last night. she said we won kentucky, thanks for everyone for turning out. we're stronger united. >> even 99% of the precincts it's still close to call. >> and the associated press still not calling it when she sent out the tweet. >> they're both walking out with the same amount of delegates. >> splitting the delegates half and half. here you have kentucky fried chicken. if you had a recent go bucket at kentucky fried chicken, you might be inspired to because of the kentucky fried chicken memes
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popping up. >> now this colonel sanders body and head with his face. >> i think he could pull off that goatee too. >> this is my favorite. >> bern kentucky. >> because the outline of the state is his hair. >> and then donald trump was watching everything that was unfolding last night. he basically announced hillary clinton the winner. he said i'm taking on hillary clinton, let's get it on. i'm ready to get to it. and jk rowling trending overnight. why? this is bizarre. you know, the writer of "harry potter." >> of course. what does she have to do with what's going on in kentucky and oregon? she made a statement about donald trump coming to the united kingdom to visit. she said, he is welcome here. listen to this. >> i consider him offensive and bigoted. but he has my full support to come to my country and be offensive and bigoted there. his freedom to speak protects my freedom to call him a bigot. his freedom guarantees mine.
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>> this is one of the top trending stories on mashable and other places. she said obviously a petition to keep him out of the u.k. she says, no once you start doing that, you cross the line. he has every right to sgleechblspeak. >> and the mayor of london said, come on over. >> get them in there and yell at each other in parliament. >> you have to be in parliament to show up and argue, don't you? >> house of lords. >> probably. >> thank you so much, clayton. let's hand it over to heath we are the headlines for us. >> good morning. we're talking politics right now as we get is ready for the conventions. you have been warned and that is the message from philadelphia -- rather from nevada to philadelphia. after a weekend of violent outbursts from sanders' supporters. watch this. >> recount, recount! >> sanders' supporters throwing
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chairs and leaking cell phone numbers and making death threats that's how they expressed their anger at the nevada democratic party convention accusing the leaders of the state of tipping the scales in favor of hillary clinton. >> i want to let you know that people like you should be hung in a public execution to show the people we won't stand for this sort of corruption. >> i was interested in your dictatorship. just had a few questions regarding how i need to vote for the dictator in november. hillary. >> you are a fascist [ bleep ]. fascist [ bleep ]! >> wow. those were voice mails left for the democratic party chairman in nevada. the national convention is now preparing for a worst case scenario in case that kind of thing happens in philadelphia. the city has already received nine requests for demonstration requests so it will be active in
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july. new calls for the head of the tsa to fix all of the long lines we have been telling you about this week or he should resign. >> i want to apologize for doing our job well, but i do apologize to the people who found themselves stranded in chicago yesterday. >> yeah, it was a nightmare scene inside chicago's o'hare and in midway. passengers waiting for hours and hours in security lines. can you imagine standing three hours in a security line with your kids? awful. the tsa promises to add hundreds of new screeners. and mark kick demands the tsa fix it by memorial day or let somebody else do the job. a big league punch gets a big punishment. rougned odor is suspended eight games and fined $5,000. he slugged jose bautista. for his role, he was suspended for one game. both are appealing. donald trump has been under women.or his past relationships after a scathing article published in "the new york times" which trump has written
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off as a hit piece. now one woman who says that "the new york times" has it all wrong. his daughter, ivanka trump. >> i'm not aware of every interaction that my father has, but he's not a groper. i have known my father my whole life, he has total respect for women. he was promoting women in development and construction at a time when it was unheard of. there was no trend towards equality in the real estate and construction industry back in the 1980s. and he was doing it because he believes ultimately in merit. >> well, appearing on contract cbs this morning today, she said we're about to see a softer side of the presumptive nominee. >> plus she also said she's glad that "the new york times" is suffering the backlash because they made stuff up. >> well, hard to believe the paper now. i mean, it was blatantly -- >> hard to believe it for a while. >> this is true. >> i mean --
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>> with the two women coming out. they make stuff up. is hillary clinton considering bill clinton for vice president? why we could be looking at real life "house of cards." that's next. and meet the oldest son of cory and willie robertson. the beardless robertson will be joining us and he responds to his grandfather's statement or question from two hours ago. goodbye icky sunscreen.
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art on the campaign trail. hillary clinton said if she is elected, her husband will take control of the economy. >> my husband who i'm going to put in charge of revitalizing the economy because he knows how to do it. >> but shouldn't that be her job if she becomes president? let's ask our fox news legal analyst peter johnson jr. >> let's do the time warp now. listen, what's happening now, what year are we in now? the 12th and 22nd amendments to the constitution mean anything that would prohibit bill clinton from becoming vice president of the united states and now are we having a co-presidency with the spouse really out of the house? so we know what spouses have done in the past. jackie kennedy was in charge of the white house refer bushment. lady bird johnson was in charge of project head start and laura bush took on the project of education, and of course michelle obama took on the issue
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of childhood obesity and eating generally and fruits and vegetables and all that. so now bill clinton -- >> first man. >> somehow he's going to be in charge of revitalizing the economy. as a co-president. as a coruler in america. so how is that going to work out? is it even legal or constitutional, and is that who we are and what we want that we elect husband and wife duos in the united states? >> right. because then in the beginning remember she said i don't need my husband, my husband is in retirement. now she's bringing him out, saying he can help me in places i haven't done well like in the coal industry. >> it's pitiful the unfavorables she has and the poll numbers she is seeing she needs to cleve on to the record of her perceived husband. what is the model for this? there are models for husband and
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wife rulers in the world. imelda marcos and ferdinand marcos in the philippines. juan and eva peron and woodrow wilson and then his wife stepped in. and then the incredible frank and claire underwood. has netflix come to america for real? >> we have to see. do you call them a team, a partnership? if you watch the show they're in it together. >> they're a team. >> thank you. he drew up right before our eyes on ""duck dynasty"" and now the young and beardless john-luke robertson and his wife are going to join us next. there they are in the green room. but first, let's check in
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with the beardless bill hemmer for what's coming up at the top of the hour. >> must have been a sharp razor for that guy. new developments on the attacks against donald trump. some democrats are a little tired of the bern, but that's not stopping sanders. how that fight is causing all kinds of ripples this morning. ben rhodes was a no show. what did the committee accomplish without him? jas jason chaffetz has more on. and matt schlapp is here live on facebook. and bowe bergdahl's face will be decided under a new president. why the delay until next year? "america's newsroom" at the top of the hour. ohomestyle sounds good.. country style, not without it's charms. brown sugar hickory. who says no to hickory? single-serve vegetarian?
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louisiana, we pronounce you man and wife. bruce, can they kiss each other? >> it will be okay this one time. >> you may kiss your bride. [ applause ] >> oh, how sweet. the oldest son of cory and willie robertson has grown up on his family's hit reality tv show du "duck dynasty," and now his adventure is just beginning. >> part of the adventure, a brand-new book, "young & beardless," it's in bookstores right now. we have john-luke and mary kate. a lot of people forget your dad is an ordained minister. he could perform the ceremony like that. >> yeah. >> fantastic. >> saves on the minister. >>aves a little money. >> so you had a huge change, you go to college, get married, build a house and get your wife to transfer. >> right. transferred to college for me. >> of all the change, what was
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the hardest part of the change? going to college, moving out of home or buying a new home? >> i think moving away was the big part. we moved away 16 hours. she had never lived away from her family, neither had i. and going from the support and love to just us. it was the hardest and it was the best i think for us. >> probably the best thing for your relationship. you go to liberty university. what's the college experience like? >> it's incredible. >> in what way? >> best people in the world. i think, yeah. >> a great school. >> great school. everything is great. >> what's your book is about? >> it's about dreaming big and starting to accomplish your dreams. it is -- i wrote it for -- i wrote it especially for young people. but really for anyone who just has a big dream, but has no idea where to start. >> what is your big dream? >> my dream right now is just to be married and finish college. and i have no idea after that.
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>> what about you? >> i think i'm in the same place as john-luke. i mean, i kind of feel like living the dream being married right now. >> so mature. >> i was thinking of my freshman year of college, you're writing books together. we interviewed your grandfather phil and he had to say. i want to get your reaction. >> john-luke, please remember your roots. that would be me. if it were not for me, you wouldn't have a dad and a mom, see? i'm the reason they're here, therefore, you're the reason you're here. do not be a nerd on national tv. >> there you have grandpa at the cannes film festival. don't be a nerd on tv. >> exactly. >> is he grandfather to you? >> typical. >> exactly. how funny is that? when we saw the shot for first time, he's got yachts behind him. so not typical of him.
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>> he calls me a city boy. >> should he grow a beard? >> i like him better beardless, honestly. >> here's the problem, you can't grow a beard, can you? [ laughter ] >> right. >> do people say are you sure you're a robertson? you have to have a beard to be a robertson. >> that's why i saw young and beardless. >> it's "duck dynasty," not beard dynasty. check out "young & beardless." thank you for joining us. congratulations. >> thank you. we love your family. more "fox & friends" just moments away. in a world that'o turn you into someone new... hair color wants to help you keep on being you. nice'n easy. natural-looking color... ...that even in sunlight, doesn't look like hair color... it just looks like you. nice'n easy: color as real as you are. so yoless intense?k out. there we go. which means you need to know your heart rate. when you're going up that hill. or holding up that post.
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