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jihad -- and civilization jihad. let's explain to listeners the monumental threat. >> thank you for making the time for. it is a doctrine called sharia. some say sharia is islam. authorities of the faith would agree. there are an awful lot of muslims, particularly in this country who don't think this brutally repressive totalitarian anticonstitutional program of sharia is their faith and don't want to live it
muslim and non-muslim alike. trouble is there is a large number of people who do think this is god's will to make everyone conform to sharia and use whatever techniques, violent kind expressed by groups or individuals of jihad or two other types, something called hidrum colonization or stelfi that the muslim brotherhood calls civilization jihad deaf it is an arrangement that will govern the entire
we are in the way. >> armstrong: they want all these things, all the things that frank mentioned. are we allowing this to happen through our laws? through how we monitor this? financial institutions? government? leadership? how are we making this possible to happen not only just in our lifetime but many lifetimes to come. >> we are facilitating this, u.s. government is helping this to spread because of perversion of how we do intelligence and analyze the enemy. everybody knows if you want to win the war, you have to know why you are fighting and who the enemy is. for many years now, this isn't just the obama administration. this started unfortunately under the bush administration, we have allowed politics and ideology into our
we have created this strange fantastic version of reality that jihadi terrorism is result of poverty and lack of education. if poverty and lack of education led to jihadiism why isn't half of india? they aren't. jihad has been part of islam since the beginning. mohammad wiped out arab as well as jewish tribes on the arabian peninsula. jihad morphed over the centuries. what we have seen since 1979, modernization of jihad. thanks to
brotherhood. the invasion of afghanistan brought people like osama bin laden to the fight and siege of mecca in saudi arabia most americans don't know occurred. beginning of the support from the saudi regime began. finally today all your viewers have to understand, for 90 years, fundamentalists, brotherhood, al-qaeda, have said we want to re-establish the caliphate, empire of islam. what happens june 2014, leader of isis walked into the grand mosque, second biggest city of iraq, we used
declared caliphate re-established with himself as the emperor. this threat is real, 93 people in america arrested as members of isis, 30% of them with no intention to travel to the middle east to kill over there but here, kill americans on u.s. soil. threat is real. arrived, armstrong, your viewers need to prepare themselves. >> one example of how serious here in america is, comes from the director of fbi said he has 900 investigations of islamic-state related operations in every one of our 50 states. this is probably the tip of the iceberg, frankly. when
>> i know we have a book, men ran dumb from the archives of the muslim brotherhood, right here in america how did they build their infrastructure? how do they describe themselves? how do they use american's laws against them. how do they plan to make their presence known or have they already? >> this is the beauty of that little book, armstrong. this is the secret strategic plan of the muslim brotherhood. explanatory memorandum of the strategic goal. written in 1991. only came to our attention, 2007-2008, largest terrorism trial holy land foundation trial. that
every one of your questions. people can get a look for free, securityfreedom.org. this book talks about how you build stelfully the infrastructure for jihad. there was an article back in wall street journal talking about in germany overrun by migrants, refugee seekers, performing what the muslim brotherhood and other islamist call the hidra, colonization in force. people in germany, authorities in germany are now concerned not just about jihadists, but people recruited to jihad very like what they built here. mosques that the
american islamic trust. islamic society, islamic centers, cultural centers. front groups of various kinds. together, they have tried to dominant the islamic community in this country as they have tried elsewhere and become the official interlock ters with government agency solar system, other religious communities, academ academic institutions. all of which is creating an environment we are basically bliepded to -- blinded to what they are doing. >> armstrong: has the media been coopted? >> they subscribe to the
have this mantra, you need to understand terrorist as victims they have been oppressed by regimes by mubarak or general c.c. oppressing them. lack of education, poverty. we need to feel sorry for them and remember what the deputy >> you are saying this to characterize not endorse it? >> no. this is what the media says, deputy spokes person giving an interview on a national left-wing media saying we can stop all the terrorism if we have jobs for jihadis. >> we are being told what we can
talking about how it is institutionalized countering violent extremism program. >> armstrong: are they being manipulated? arrogant? >> it is all of them. council on american islam. >> i had the honor of teaching people across the u.s. government. i had one very bright guy write his thesis on submergs, his one conclusion is the following:
the enemy, nobody talks about victory or enemy which is a problem, if the enemy can control what you are allowed to say about them, you have already lost. that is where we are. >> you can't possibly win. you can't identify as both of you have said the strategy. >> armstrong: we are afraid to call terrorism terrorism when it happens on our soil. >> we have been told we may not give offense to muslims. that is sharia blasphemy. now by twitter and facebook. we had democrats for a different reason majority of the democrats when it was under control, de
the constitution. >> armstrong: how do we change the trajectory? >> we have to be clear about the nature of the enemy. sebastian and wife katy have done a book about this ideology. we have to be clear. the fault line between muslims that are a problem and ones that are not. muslim brotherhood is sub -- from our point of view is sharia. if they adhere to this doctrine, individual or collective, those folks which includes the muslim brotherhood make no mistake about it are on the wrong
>> armstrong: what does it all mean, frank? >> this is a larger problem we are seeing play out in europe, armstrong, past years alone, they have brought a million of these muslim refugees. 70% of them we are told are military-aged unaccompanied men. by most definitions, that would constitute an invasion. >> armstrong: or declaration of war. >> we are beginning to se
play out as war. one example what happens in cologne in germany on new year's eve. gangs of these young men sexually molested and physically assaulted women under a program that is known as taharoosh. >> armstrong: it is a fact. undisputed. >> not initially. they tried to suppress who did it. >> armstrong: the fact they didn't want to report it is blasphemy. >> it might give offense and then they will go violent. you are seeing the muslim brotherhood saying don't do anything that might set us off. those guys will come and kill you. it is working, we are being suppressed. >> armstrong: what do we have in place in america to
sebastian? >> i have the honor to work with a lot of people across the military. there are tens of thousands of good people usually at lower ranks. it is trickling through to a higher ranks as well. we have to get politics out of the threat assessment. if the patient comes out with cancer, your patient is going to die.
>> unfortunately propping up one element of the global jihad movement. there is this shiite strain then there is the sunni strain. they have points of disagreement. they seem to be fairly minor. they kill each other over them. what we have been blinded to, they make common cause against the infadel, meaning us. unfortunately that 100 billion dollars which is one part of the terrible deal, frankly the treasonist deal, president obama did with the mullers of iran, will be sufficient to prop up that regime which seeks explicitly death to america. also i
further transformation as people react. some of which will be aimed at us. >> armstrong: i am going to go out early and come back with a minute of wisdom. we need to empower the people how they can put pressure on the members of congress, put pressure on the white house and congress to change this before it is too late. we'll be back.
>> capacity like an elevator, how much you can hold, container or bucket, but in the practical application that will carry us into the year, capacity is the potential inside of you. and potential is existing in possibility. that is where i live. some people live in impossibility. you can tell me you -- them. ♪ >> armstrong: sebastian, empower the people? >> three website, the claireian project with a c. memory, middle east
gorjk. you can read the enemy's documents what isis is writing. all americans should read those documents to understand the enemy. >> securefreedom.org. also a new site launched 23rd of february rare, counterjihad.com. >> armstrong: did well, frank. we appreciate your love for this country, arming the people with knowledge and wisdom so they can save this country from this coming jihad. good day, everybody. thank you so much for joining us. [captioning provided by u.s. captioning company] ♪
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it was a weekend of memorials and celebrations in kalamazoo, michigan, one of the four shooting victims remembered was mary jo ni. cited for her love of children, dedication to teaching and love of baking. six people were killed in three separate rampages on the same night. in the meantime, 14-year-old victim abigail cough has been taken off a ventilator and is now breathing on her own. and an 87-year-old pilot in pennsylvania has quiet a survival story to tell. >> after crashing near the gettysburg airport, he hung nose down for four hours in a tree while rescuers tried to figure out how to get him down. with details, here's abc's phillip mena. >> reporter: dangling from the branches, this small plane left hanging from a tree, nose down, after a frightening crash. the only person on the plane, the pilot. 87-year-old herbert bartell, waiting hours to be saved. while rescue crews figured out how to get him down.
taken off when he ran into trouble. >> the engine started to sputter and he lost control. so, he tried to do a u-turn, but he lost control and it went into the trees. >> reporter: stuck up in the tree, bartell managed to call 911, but it took nearly four hours to get him down, because of all the branches in the way. >> he was in very good spirits the whole time there. he was conscious, alert, oriented the whole incident. >> reporter: bartell escaped with only minor injuries. >> think by the end he was a little anxious to get out. >> reporter: phillip mena, abc news, new york. incredible. still don't know the cause of the crash. apparently he's owned the ses nas since the '70s. >> obviously it needs some repairs. no, it's good to know he's back down on terra firma after four hours out there. switch gears and show you a live picture out at the dolby theater. this is in hollywood. and you can see people are still making their way out of the theater after the big show. >> making their way? it looks like everyone knew where the alcohol was and left.
the parties. >> coming up in our next half hour, we're hitting the red carpet with some exclusive insight from our own fashion analyst. yak is back. he's taking a break from the bachelor" to run down all the best and worst dressed from hollywood's biggest night. >> he is really is an expert on this. first we're playing monday morning quarterback looking at all the big surprises as well as the could have and should have beens with rotten tomatoes grae drake.
spotlight's big win? >> i was surprised and i was really excited because going into the race, it was between three movies "spotlight" the reb nant" and "the big short." "spotlight" is such a deserving film. i loved it and i'm so excited took home a trophy. >> i was so touched. anybody in journalism, you've got to watch this. it's so inspiring. > fantastic. it was inspiring to see leo take home the award but we've got to talk about sly stallone. we thought maybe this would be his year. shocked? >> what? how did that happen? he was a lock going into the race. and you know what? he didn't win 40 years ago. and everybody thought, this is his moment. he was so incredible in creed". what a phenomenal film. so poetic to give it to sly. and then the academy award went to the incredibly
rylance. and i leapt out of my seat and i went what? >> we were all shocked. who knows, maybe in another 40 years might be his time. >> never know. >> we'll never know. but mad max won so many. sort of a joke at the end of the night. people were joking around they were surprised the next award wasn't won by them. >> this is another one i am so psyched to see win that many awards because this is like a summer popcorn flick that audiences loved. and critics loved, too. over at rotten tomatoes that movie was 97% certified fresh. it's so rare a film can capture both the hearts of audiences and critics. mad max" drove straight into our hearts and got all these really legitimizing awards. >> nice. it was the best written movie of all of 2015. well deserved there. but i got to ask, beyond the awards itself, were there any surprises? were there flew other s
or fun parts of the night you thought, this is actually kind of funny and great? >> i thought the night was pretty lacking in funny speeches or surprising moments. i really enjoyed even just little equips from louis ck, but i think chris rock as the host far exceeded -- i know my personal expectations for host in what's going into it was a really tricky year. >> and there were such high expectations for chris rock. the fact you think he performed, that's impressive. what about the whole racial component to hollywood? do you think the oscars and this whole voting process will be any different in the years to come? >> god i hope so. because we really need some change. and that's what we saw in tonight's oscar ceremonies. it was laden with talking about oscars so white. which is t should have been. it's not it's buyer entirely comfortable. kind of a difficult subject for
lightweight guy in the academy to accept. but this is the kind of thing that our world needs right now because it's like a lump of coal with enormous pressure and a lot of uncomfortable is going to turn into a i'm eventually. we've got move into this together. >> really quickly, what movie will we be talking about next year at oscar time? >> one of them. >> is it going to be marvel's "civil war"? who knows. >> maybe batman versus superman. grae drake, thank you so much. an oscar theme mix is next.
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one. "room" and mad max fury". it took a lot of work to do all of this. >> those folks go all out. >> they're well ahead of their time. >> you know someone else who went all out. lots of people knew leonardo dicaprio was going to sweep this for his role as best actor. apparently the flippest did this. him going up to get his oscar award.walks up the stairs. he's got oscar in his eye. getting ready 0 grab it. >> not the bear again. the bear strikes in memoryium of leo and his oscar victory. luckily nothing liking that is happening. he's just at the oscar parties right now. >> let's move on. still with the theme. there were a lot of oscar related parties, of course. it's a really big night for parties. they kept with the theme you would say of this year's parties including you had the baked brie larson at this one party. >> that's bre?
the cheese, of course. yeah. a little baked bre. then this martian hummus. what they did here was what happened here, they kind of made it seem like the land skach mars and you have a little martian there. that's how they designed their hummus right there. >> that's funny. >> the oscar so white pizza. >> we had to get that little zingner there. >> with the white cheese. no anchovies or sausages allowed in the making of that pizza. >> oh, boy. food must be a theme for the oscars because chris rock. >> kind you have brother just hosted the show the. >> i was thinking of your pizza but chris rock rocked up to mcdonald's before the big show and he actually went through the drive through. see? >> so this is his pregame this is his pregame. >> i swear i didn't have any champagne yet. you won't know that based on had broadcast. >> nice job. >> that's the news for this half
this morning on "world news now," oscars edition from the thrilled winners and big moments. >> actually, i do not look like him. he happens to look rather like me. how do you think we made it this far? >> to the nominations controversy to the fashion trends and chris rock's humor. >> you realize if they nominated hosts, i wouldn't even get this job. >> from the red carpet to backstage. it's monday, february 29th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> hey, good morning on this post oscar morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm kendis gibson. it really was an amang
was funny. did you love the show? >> chris rock was good. he had a high bar and lived up to it. >> he did. they did take on the whole thing about oscar so white head on and later on in the show. you notice many minorities on stage. you had morgan freeman, michael b. jordan, there was a black bear. they were trying to counter all of it. so let's start with the surprise at the oscars. "spotlight" taking home the best picture award. many critics had predicted "the revenant" would take top honors. >> leonardo dicaprio did win best actor for his role in that movie and here's a look at other memorable moments from the ceremony. >> and the oscar goes to "spotlight." >> we want opportunity. we want the black actors to get the same opportunities as white actors. that's it. >> it's not rocket science. it's a mop. >> i'm a danish girl.
this danish is good, girl. i want you to reach into your millionaire pockets and i want you to buy some of my daughters' girl scout cookies. >> thanks, guys. >> you're welcome. >> all right. >> thanks, chris. >> each of you is an ambassador who can influence others in the industry. it's not enough to just listen and agree. we must take action. ♪ it won't be real, won't know how i feel ♪ >> i think if you ever wondered about acting with tom hanks, would it help, the answer is clearly yes. >> jacob tremblay, my partner through this.
thank you for going to the theaters and seeing our films. >> and the oscar goes to leonardo dicaprio. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very much. >> absolutely. what a fun, fun evening. it was a night to remember from chris rock's role as host to the shorter than usual acceptance speeches. >> yeah, and it was really you could even see the crawl at the bottom which i thought was incredible of people thanking. why haven't we done that sooner. it was pretty great. >> they only got 45 seconds to be able to do their acceptance speeches but it seemed as if most people stayed to that. they did get political, as well. many of them in their acceptance speeches. leo dicaprio did climate change, as well. >> we're going to change abc's brandi hitt who is live in hollywood. brandi, were insiders actually surprised to see "spotlight" win? >> there were a few people predicting it could win best picture. most of the critics thought "the revenant" was going to take home the top prize.
however, it really was a three-way race between "the revenant," "the big short" and "spotlight." "spotlight" actually won the screen actors guild award for best ensemble. it wasn't a huge surprise but kind of came from behind at the last minute to take it from "the revenant," reena and kendis. >> let's talk about chris rock for a minute. what's been the reaction we've been hearing about his hosting duties? >> reporter: i've been looking around on twitter. most people say he did a wonderful job. in fact, a lot of people are praising him for going after hollywood and he even called hollywood racist during the oscars telecast. bette midler calling him the biggest winner of the night. oprah winfrey giving him two thumbs up. ellen saying on twitter that was incredible talking about his monologue and john legend saying congrats on your performance, chris rock. he's one of the top talkers for the awards show. you know what the other top talker i'm finding on twitter is michael keaton. i was trying to figure out why
is everyone talking about michael keaton. obviously "spotlight" winning best picture. michael keaton's celebration as he walked up to the stage, he kind of dropped two words that i cannot say on television. and it's getting a lot of talk. a lot of smiles this morning. >> i was wondering what that was about. abc's brandi hitt explaining it all from the dolby theater. brandi in hollywood, thank you so much. >> he was pretty pumped. let's check in right now with another member of our team who spent hours on the red carpet earlier on sunday and backstage. abc's leslie messer. good morning. we have to start with what a huge win for leonardo dicaprio. >> reporter: i was so afraid of what would happen if leo didn't win. that is how badly everybody wanted him to take home best actor. and when it was announced, the entire press room erupted into applause. everyone, i mean, it was like everyone was breathing an corrective sigh of relief. >> it's pretty impressive. you can hear him right there.
he made a big speech about climate change, as well. already passionate about a lot of causes. what was it with the reaction backstage to chris rock? what are people buzzing about now? >> i think everyone was really impressed that he tackled this controversy head-on. it continued throughout the show. if he hadn't done what he did, i think he would be criticized for that. i thought he was really funny. everyone was laughing at his jokes. nothing really fell flat. i give him credit. he did a great job. >> the new york daily news not agreeing saying he went too far. he did go there. what's it like to cover the oscars? i imagine it's pretty glamorous. you're there on the red carpet. you're rubbing elbows with leo. what's it like? >> as far as work assignments go, it could get a lot worse than having to cover the oscars. it's surreal. it's something everybody grows up watching on television and to be there and see your favorite celebrities walking in looking more unbelievable than they've
ever looked and then also on a sentimental note, seeing them accomplish their dream and realizing this lifelong dream is a pretty special thing to see if >> it is a really big deal there. >> abc's leslie messer live in hollywood. our oscar coverage is just getting started. we have a special edition of the "skinny" on hollywood style later this half hour. >> one you don't want to miss. we're going to move on to our other major story that we're following this morning. of course, it is a battle for the white house. this morning donald trump on the defensive after a controversial kkk endorsement. >> his rivals couldn't wait to pounce, hurling a fury of insults. it's your voice, your vote. abc's stephanie ramos is covering the campaign. >> reporter: gop front-runner donald trump taking attacks from all sides including personal insults. >> he is a con artist. >> con artist. >> i will never stop until we keep a con man from taking over the party of reagan. >> reporter: trump responding with a series of tweets repeatedly
too. retweeting a quote by mussolini and refusing to disavow an endorsement from kkk grand wizard david duke during an interview on cnn's state of the union. >> i know nothing about david duke or white supremacists and so you're asking me a question that i'm supposed to be talking about people that i know nothing about. >> reporter: trump apparently forgetting he had already disavowed duke on friday. rubio pounced on the interview. >> we cannot be a party that nominates someone who refuses to condemn white supremacists and the ku klux klan. >> a rare moment of agreement with democrats. bernie sanders tweeting this out. america's first black president cannot and will not be succeeded by a hate monger who refuses to condemn the kkk. >> good morning. >> reporter: hillary clinton retweeted sandeders' message as she celebrates her big win in the south carolina primary. >> you see, i do believe america remains great.
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♪ time now for "the skinny." topping our headlines this morning, it's our only headline this morning. last night's oscar awards. >> recapping this year's major winners best picture honors went to "spotlight." >> best actress in a leading role went to brie larson for "room." best actress in a supporting role went to alicia vikander for "the danish girl." >> and for the guys best actor in a leading role went to leonardo dicaprio, for the
revenant" and in a bit of an upset best actor in a supporting role went to mark rylance for "bridge of spies." the most anticipated moment of the night was the start of the awards. >> the start of the award was the moment that host chris rock took the sage about the world waiting to see what he would say about the controversial lack of diversity among the nominees. >> as expected rock had plenty to say. >> this is the wildest, craziest oscars to ever host because you got all this controversy, no black nominees. you know? and people are like, chris, you should boycott. chris you should quit. you should quit. you know, how come it's only unemployed people that tell you to quit something? i'm sure there were no black nominees some of those years, say '62 or '63 and black people did not protest. why? because we had real things to protest at the time like too busy being raped and lynched to care about who won best cinematographer.
jada's going to boycott the oscars. jada boycotting 0 the oscars is like me boycotting rihanna's panties. i wasn't invited. if you want black people every year at the oscars just have black categories like best black friend. hollywood is sorority racist. it's like, we like you, rhonda. but you're not a kappa. because "rocky" takes place in a word where white athletes are as good as black athletes. so rocky's a science fiction movie. >> he did get a lot of laughs. did he get the tone right, do you think? >> there was a lynching joke and there was a rihanna underwear joke. >> yeah. >> it was quite a tone. the "new york daily news" said that he went way too far. they put him on the front page. but needed to tack it in typical chris rock style.
>> he did it his way, didn't he? >> he did. he probably won't be back next year. he did a great job. bravo. >> next to one of the most awkward moments of the evening. > when chris rock introduced stacy dash. remember her in the actress turned fox news pundit who has mocked the necessity of b.e.t. and even black history month as the academy's new director of minority outreach. >> i cannot wait to help my people out. happy black history month. thank you. >> thank you. >> oh, boy. yeah, you could tell there was a bit of awkward silence and then a bit of polite applause. but really the best reaction may have come from the weekend who really, really didn't want to laugh. but he just couldn't resist. so he did laugh. >> he didn't know what to do. neither did any of us at home. afterwards dash did take to her blog responding to her critics who charge that she's not black enough saying i'd rather be a free thinking blk
all my friends. who knew there was such a thing as cookie cutter blacks. >> now earlier, an even more awkward moment played out on the red carpet and the internet. a beauty company tweeted they had no idea oprah was tattooed. they couldn't believe, it was kind of awkward. as you can see, that's not really oprah. the woman with the tattoos is whoopi goldberg. >> it's different? and considering there weren't a lot of people of color there total beauty knows they screwed up. they tweeted an apology to oprah, whoopi and everyone else. >> gayle king waited and had this image of a confused oprah. i love this one. reacting to the mix-up. king saying we all love whoopie but we all don't look alike. that was great. i loved it. >> love the reaction. >> i want to remind you our coverage of the oscars wouldn't be complete without discussing fashion. >> yes. we're going to get to the women later but first the guys starting with the jared leto. >> jared leto o
crimson piped tuxedo with a red flower in place of a b tie. a carnation, to be exact. >> and next 9-year-old jacob tremblay who looked amazing. strutting his stuff. > such a cutie. >> he absolutely is in a classic tux. but what you don't see are his darth vader socks. >> oh. smart kid. wanted the force to be with him. is that the right force? no? sorry. finally our own red carpet host michael strahan in an eye-catching two-tone blue tux but apparently "gq" magazine wasn't impressed. how can you criticize his necktie? they said when it comes to black tie events there are only two options a bow tie or no tie at all. if you can pull it off, hey, michael, you can pull it off. >> michael looked absolutely amazing. now that the guys are out of the way, it is time for the real fashion to begin. >> jackson's red carpet round coming up next. he's got his take on fashion. >> he actually got all dressed up for it. it's really impressive.
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♪ okay. for some people the best part of the oscar night is, of course, fashion. our bachelor analyst is not one of them. >> but he's here anyway to give us thoughts on the looks of the night. jack sheehan, welcome. >> yes, i got all dressed up for it. let's get right to. who else got dressed up? charlize theron. let's take a look at this. now that is a movie star, ladies and gentlemen. total glam on the red carpet. that is dior haute couture. that strategically placed necklace. old charlize had heads turning in red on the red carpet. >> i got to say jadore. >> no doubt. moving on, saoirse ronan, star of "brooklyn" another plunging neckline. you see the theme de
emerald green, republic of ireland. she was in calvin klein intentionally mismatched earrings. saoirse doing well. who did not do well? heidi klum. oh, dear. marchesa. that is a whimsical flowing mess right there. >> a nightmare. >> lavender, white, and a disaster. >> they didn't finish it. >> she just got to put that thing away and forget that that ever happened. holy god. it didn't get any better with olivia wilde. >> that's wild. >> that's a pleated cream something from valentino. it looked like strips of tape to be honest. >> it kind of does. >> when it comes back up, that weird choker necklace didn't do anything for anybody either. olivia wilde. >> that's. >> thanks for nothing on that. also cate blanchett. we're going to disagree on this one.
>> she looks beautiful. >> she looks stunning. > i'm going to go on the record and declare that a flowery seafoam green disaster from armani. >> no. you couldn't be further from the truth. >> we love it. >> somebody in hollywood called that good and they should be fired. >> we love this. >> oh, no. >> we disagree. >> get her out of here. who's next? sandy powell this woman is a costume designer. orange hair, aquamarine suit. she was misidentified on e's coverage. who knows what was going on here. she's a three-time oscar winner. full credit to her. if she designed that, she might never work in hollywood again. the first annual analyst best dressed award goes to naomi watts. i'll tell you what, shimmering in sapphire blue and purple from armani prive, there with her partner liev schreiber. looked absolutely fantastic.
making news in america this morning, big winners at the academy awards. >> and the oscar goes to. >> leonardo dicaprio finally bringing home an oscar. >> i do not take tonight for granted. thank you so very. >> and host chris rock ripping into racism with humor. >> i'm here at the academy awards, otherwise known as the white people's choice awards. >> a night filled with a lot of laughs, surprise wins, snubs, glitz and glamour. we're live in hollywood. and "your voice, your vote," countdown to super tuesday. the candidates gearing up for the showdown. what a win for a front-runners would mean as donald trump finds himself in another controversy.