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than that and all the candidates' families deserves better than. that having said that, i think this is a huge story here. the huge crowds on this polling day. apparently people were not apprised of the fact this was an election day. a primary day. we told them. maybe they were watching something else? hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle. it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." it's another big night and the race for the republican nomination on this primary day. voting is underway right now in four states. on the gop side, 150 delgss are up for grabs. 40 in mississippi, 32 in i'd show and 19 in hawaii. the first polls close in just under three hours from now in mississippi. donald trump said he wants to take on ted cruz in a two-man
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race. is that such a good idea? according to the latest that national poll by the "washington post," and abc news, the gop front-runner falls short against cruz and marco rubio in head to head match-ups. here's what the republican rivals are saying on the campaign trail before tonight's elections results. >> if you vote for john kasich or ted cruz, you are voting for trump. i am the only one who can beat him in florida. >> we're focused in michigan today. we want to do as well as we can do here. then we go to ohio and we're getting on home turf. you understand this better than anybody. we're getting closer and closer to home games. we'll take it a day at a time. >> if you don't want to see donald trump as the nominee, and if you don't want to see hillary clinton as the president, which is the inevitable result of donald trump being the nominee, come join us. let us stand together. >> and i saw some polls yesterday in michigan where i'm 19 and 20 points up. and i saw some very very good polls. i'm still leading in florida
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against a failed senator. you know, rubio is a failed senator. >> tell us about the numbers for tonight and what needs to happen in terms of the math adding up. we're hearing a lot of scenarios. >> i spent the day, i'm spending every day. you should see my desk. papers and numbers spread out. a bottle of rum? >> a bottle of vodka in the back. the two big ones being michigan and mississippi. michigan because of the delegate count and mississippi because if donald trump does win mississippi, it will round out the whole south. the only thing in the south left being florida. he would want to win that to make the map look good. interesting though. by the numbers, the total vote count. kind of close. donald trump at 38% of all the votes. ted cruz with 31% of the votes cast. important because between the two of them, that's 69, almost 70% of all voepts cast for either trump or ted cruz.
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looking forward to, if they go to a brokered convention, it doesn't look in my opinion. >> that's a good point. total contests. between states and territories. trump has won 60% of them. 12 of them. and cruz has won 30%. between two of them they've not only won 70% of the vote, they've won 90% of the contest. >> are you making an argument for why there should not be a brokered convention? >> why the total contest matters more. here's why. going forward, after tonight, proportional. florida, north carolina, illinois, ohio. that's 306 delegates. new york, pennsylvania, california. that means going forward. those are winner take all states. if you're just getting one more vote than the second place guy, you're getting all the votes. that's why total contests really matter. so trump come in with 60% of the total.
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>> your possibly is there shouldn't be a brokered convention? >> they're winning 70% of the popular vote. >> as we were going over yesterday, the rule if you don't make the delegate count, the rule says you can have that. >> i want to get your thoughts on this process. it is, there's a tremendous want the two percentages. >> tonight our contests are winner take all. it is proportional. even if you win a certain state, you come out first. whoever come in second, if they close that gap, then the delegates, we are not at a winner take all position yet. that will be next tuesday. trump needs to win about 54% of all the remaining delegates. kind of an up-hill time. if you look at what he's had so far, you don't get to 1237. go ahead. >> he does need on win the
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delegates. going forward, it becomes winner take all, you don't have to win 54% of the time. you just have to win 54% of the states going forward. and all you need is one more vote than the second place. there's why the total contest matters versus total points. >> dana? >> whoever it is, they have to get to 1237. if they don't, there is a process by which there are delegates awarded. the thing people aren't talking about is that state contests are about to happen to award those delegates. every state is different. every state has people who decide to run to be a delegate. so those contests will happen the first week of april. that's when the michigan one happens. my only point is that 1237 is the magic number. when mitt romney got to 1244, there was not any real competition left. they had a big celebration. they knew he would be the
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nominee. short of that, they could not have had that celebration. >> and one more question if i can tag on. i was watching earlier, he said tonight it matters. we'll see what happens with these four states. he called next tuesday, not super tuesday but titanic tuesday. it will be like the tie tannic and someone will go under after those results. >> possibly. and you narrow it down from there. the two very important states. not only for tie tanneck tuesday. ohio and florida. no matter what, they need to win them. if they want to win in the general election. john kasich is trying to make a case that co-win ohio. rubio and cruz are saying they could win in florida. we'll know a lot more tonight. in all the contests we've had, the polling has been way higher than what the voting has actually come in at.
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so i'm not ready to call it yet. we don't even have election polls until 6:00 p.m. >> we've got some smart analysis. this is why, you know, stay with us, folks. >> i apologize for that endless amount of boring statistics. look, 19 delegates in hawaii. this is important because three are mcgarrett, danno and chin-on and they matter to me. but mississippi has 40 delegates. this is important because without mississippi, how can you count when you play hide and seek? >> my god. i'm glad i waited until seven minutes in for that. >> yes. a vote for x is a vote for y. we need to ban that. i'm tired of hearing a vote for trump is a vote for hillary. a vote for laverne is a vote for shirley. a vote is a vote a vote. the person you vote for is the person you vote for. that's what you should do. you shouldn't say, i won't vote for this person because it will allow this person to win.
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you should vote for the person you want to vote for. i'm kind of tired of hearing that. >> are you going to ban people? >> i'm banning you. >> too bad. i'm in charge. juan, i hike your color come policemening mine. >> what do you think about the memo? they're all pointing fingers, this and that. tonight is a big night in term of the results. we'll have a much clearer picture. pretty tight between trump and cruz. >> what interests me so much, i don't think cruz will win anything. i don't think he has much of a shot and i don't think he thinks he has much of a shot. it looks like a big night for trump. the question becomes by had a margin does trump win? what we've seen in the polls, and the most recent polls is, they indicate that trump's lead seems to be declining or shrinking at the moment. so what does that tell you? it tells you that all these adds being pushed by conservative establishment groups on the republican side may be having
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some impact on donald trump. now, if that's the case, boy, eric, that shakes things up. going forward -- >> not at all. >> can i talk for a second? >> i let you speak for so long. >> yeah. i'm listening. go. >> you have an opportunity here, i think, to final out whether or not the conservative establishment has identified real weaknesses in trump that resonate with the base. with the base. and that's the question. we have now going forward states where, as you were pointing out. often time it is limited to republican voters. not anybody just jumping in. how do republicans, real republicans react to these attacks on trump coming from the republican establishment? >> can i just talk about -- so tonight is the last time proportional matters. proportional delegates. >> not necessarily. >> okay. going forward, like i am. i outlightning 700 delegates. in seven states going forward that will be winner take all.
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all the leader has to do is win by one vote. that's why a narrowing lead isn't that important. again, here's the most important stat of all of them. in 2016 versus 2008, the last time there was an open primary, the republicans have come out 65% higher turn out on the republican side than 2008. 65%. on the democrat side, down 30%. >> wait a minute. that's a different conversation. i'm glad to have it because it doesn't make any difference. >> the point is whatever is going on on the republican side is bringing new people. new republicans to the table. new voters to the republican table. >> i think that's undeniable. donald trump is entertaining. he drives up ratings. >> i said whatever is going on. >> i think trump is going on. if you look historically in previous cycles, when you see one side pouring out. especially an incumbent president from the other side, it doesn't necessarily translate
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to what happens in the general. the interesting thing and it is true about how many angry new voters are in this process. it implies that they weren't voting republican in 2008 and 2012 when president obama won. we could have used them. so when someone says they are angry and they're blaming, quote, the establishment but incorporating all the conservative that's may have worked for the past eight years to fight against obama, why aren't you there? we perhaps could have used it. conservatism is not a restaurant you can trash on yelp. it is a group of people who have worked against liberals for many, many years. that have been ideologically fairly pure. they were less than perfect but they were there. >> that's important. >> on a positive note, thank god
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for national pancake day. we'll put our rally caps on. a lot of interesting stuff. keep it locked on fox news beginning at 8:00 p.m. eastern with megyn kelly and bret baier. and then don't miss our special midnight edition of the "the five" with our post election analysis on today's races coming up. marco rubio's team is blasting ted cruz over so-called dirty tricks. details on the latest campaign trail accusations when we return. pet moments are beautiful,
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the rubio campaign is striking ban against a report that some want him to drop out of race even before florida next week. rubio's team confronted them about this erroneous reporting last night. >> jamie's report was utter nonsense. she did not contact campaign prior to coming on the show. it is absolutely false and cnn is doing a disservice by airing that report without even checking with the campaign. >> some of her sources close to the campaign, inside the campaign, not the senator himself, clearly not you, saying
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one of them saying he doesn't want to get killed in his home state. >> i have a lot of respect for you but i'll ask to you stop reading that fiction on air. it is not true at all. >> even the "washington post" is slamming report thing saying, cnn didn't have the level of specificity to make it credible. shortly after that, cruz' team allegedly sent out this e-mail to people in hawaii. wasted vote. outlining why voting for rubio would be a mistake. rubio's team blasted cruz over his campaign tactics. >> i can tell you that ted cruz today has been spreading it around. they're scared that marco rubio is going to win florida. and it is the same type of nonsense that he did against ben carson when there were false reports that he was dropping out of the race. it is really under fortunate this camp is willing to say or do anything to get elected. >> in a preview airing tomorrow, cruz clarifies saying the e-mail was not authorized by his campaign. >> look, the nature of politics
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is when a campaign is flailing, they attack and they attack other candidates and they attack their integrity. this particular e-mail apparently came from a volunteer in hawaii, not affiliated with the campaign. not working with the campaign. not under authorization for the campaign. not only that, our legal counsel. >> unless you hear from the campaign manager themselves to the other campaign, a call of a heads up, don't go with these rumors. everybody is saying they're not getting out. >> rumors are like the flu. if you give someone the flu you don't blame it on the person who gave it to you. it is your responsibility to keep other people from hearing a room ofrl especially if it is not substantiated. i hear bad stuff all the time about you, dana. but i never -- >> probably at this table. >> kimberly, stop. >> ahh! >> you never report on things
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until you go and you have it that substantiated. you should be skeptical. somebody has something to gain when they're saying something bad. like cruz or whoever has something to gain. so the cnn producer probably should have called. >> that's one thing. let's say that she had one source, either close to or inside the campaign, kimberly. why not also call an official spokesperson so that you get clued in on the story, they've denied or hedged or whatever. >> you're absolutely right. with a little bit of journalistic integrity and chasing the story down to make sure you have accurate sources, you can avoid that. then you might not have a story. so it goes to suggest what the motivation and sort of self-preservation, self-interest that's operating there. if you're really interested in the truth, would you make sure before you say something incredibly damaging. it is a little bit that easy. we've heard this sort of drim, drip from the faucet. they just opened it more.
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ted cruz, dirty tricks. what ted cruz did with carson when carson said don't believe that. i'm just going home to get a change of clothes. so we hear a little bit of layering psychologically. that kind of sounds. whether it is true or not, they've heard and it the perception becomes reality. >> also, when ohio and florida take place, i think it is unreasonable to think they're going to get out of the race before their home states votes. >> first of all i randal the numbers and here's what i found. where's the white board? >> why does it have to be white? >> there are times we'll get an e-mail saying, ben carson may be going out but don't report it because we have to confirm it. for wolf to say one of her sources said it but someone close to the campaign may have said it. i think they should have definitely tied up a lot stronger before they went to air with it. let's take it one step further.
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i don't think ted cruz is to blame for a campaign person sending something to or from hawaii. there are so many people involved in these campaigns. if they hear something, they could be a volunteer, a student go. who snngs one of the spokespersons did. i think that's a mistake. kimberly is right. because of what happened in iowa, that's why some of it. so let's everyone step back. let's move on from here. but cnn needed to tie tim loose ends. >> you worked a lot of campaigns. >> did i. and i love grudges. guess what? somebody has a grudge. they're going to call me and spread a rumor, gregory, and i like rumors. then you have to do the reporting. in this case, you know what? there is a lot of logic to the idea that rubio doesn't want to get embarrassed in florida. as a rt reporter i would think there's something to this. if she went and found such a
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person, i think she was obligated to get an official statement. doesn't necessarily mean the story was not real. the final point is when something fits a narrative pattern. i know that's a banned word. if it fits a pattern and trump calling cruz a liar. ben carson saying i'm having a private meeting and it is in public. where did it come from? people say ted cruz, you play hard, buddy. >> i don't think anybody is dropping out before titanic tuesday or whatever we're calling it. donald trump's rise, greg will break it down. over
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ugly rhetoric. avoided fighting the cancer in plain sight. it is now clear a similar dynamic has been at play in the world of conservatism. what is different about the conservative movement is that since the 1990s, some of its most distinguished main stream members have embraced the rhetoric and tactics of the extremes. the problem is not that republican leaders should have begun to condemn trump last year. it is that they should have condemned the ideas and tactics that led to his rise when they began to flourish in the last century. >> i wonder what book he lifted that from. comparing american voters peacefully demonstrating democracy had. blaming conservatism for donald trump makes no sense because trump isn't an ideological conservative. if anything his past beliefs are
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closer to fareeds. truch succeeds by cross breastibreasdressing beliefs. like the black panthers, the intolerance mob shutting down free speech. he would ever say the same thing about sanders' group highs drool over a social snift fareed ignores harmful beliefs instead to bash scary words and one could call his rhetoric scarier. comparing him to islamists? criticism is my thing. the right who now embrace centrist trump, that bugs me. that's not islamic extremist. it is a mirror that fareed refuses to look at. >> the thing is, it is a reflex in all of us to compare something we don't like to something worse. it is like, we all do that. then we think twice and we go,
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that's not fair, correct? >> well, isis is the new nazi. what he is doing there is watering down the argument about good versus evil. if you cannot see the difference, you might not like republican politics or conservative politics or whatever it is that we are apparently headed toward. but believe me, what he just said is definitely going around the cocktail circuit. this is what is being repeated in campuses all across the country. this is what polite, what you can say in polite company at dinner tables, whispered about those evil republicans, that they're just like isisful it is absurd and it doesn't help anybody. especially i really don't think it helps president obama or hillary clinton, actually, which is presumably who he would want to support. >> maybe he said it because he's scared. >> i think exactly. won't blame donald trump for donald trump. he wants to blame conservative leaders for the rise of donald trump and the rhetoric. blame trump if you don't have a problem with trump.
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or what is he? afraid he will call you out? or do what you did to him? i'm not sure what the point was there. and let me see if i make this leem. he is blaming conservative leaders. blaming conservatives for the rise of donald trump and the stepping up of rhetoric which will lead to islamic extremism? haven't we heard this time and time again? that the right causes islam? didn't obama say some far right groups are the reason for the rise of islamic extremism? >> he's not doing enough to stop it so of course it growing exponentially. we're in stand-down mode. put someone else in the white house and we'll wrap this up. >> juan, you have a look of perplexing confusion. >> i'm listening very carefully but i've heard this argument. louis the comedian has come out and said this. >> that's where i get my ideas. >> dana said it is polite, conversation in polite leftist
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parlors. i think people think when you don't say something about the birther argument which came from trump. when you don't say something about condemning the man in very negative tones as muslim. he's been lying to us. he is not a christian. and then you say, in the talk radio world, we'll just say this. it is just obama. then when trump springs up and becomes your leading republican candidate, i think other republicans do have some response. >> see, your point that you're making. you didn't have to use the metaphor of radical islam. your point is, the rhetoric from cable news and from the rhetoric from talk radio could have contributed to the creation of trump. makes sense. maybe. but comparing it to radical islam, that's where you lose me. >> this is where you lose people on the hitler analogy, right? that hitler killed thousands of people and the islamists are killing thousands of people. i don't see donald trump doing
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that. we have an meadow over. >> whoa! thank god. a reason of moment and sandal. >> i think there are lots in the jewish community who did not like trump raising his hand and having everybody else in the audience raise their hands. i'm reading this. they compare it to a kind of hitler salute. >> by the way, aaron andrews is therefore also a nazi because she had to raise her right hand when she swore into her big lawsuit. >> i'll laugh with you. >> is she a nazi for doing that? >> i'm laughing but there's a serious conversation. >> what are you saying? that trump is like hitler and doing nazi signs? this is ridiculous. >> we need seven minutes. kimberly, enough. go sit upstairs! up next, clinton supporters have a surprising theory on why they think their candidate's trustworthy numbers are down.
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trust. it's been a huge issue for hillary clinton. but it's not her fault. it's our fault at fox news. take a look at what jennifer granholm said when asked about the poor poll number on the hogsy issue. >> this notion of her being untrustworthy, et cetera. they will continue to put millions of dollars. i hope democrats are not influenced by that. fox is the biggest purveyor of that myth. we have to be careful on our side not to buy into what the republicans want us to buy into. >> wow! wow! where do i start? the poll numbers would indicate it is an issue. >> four in ten democrats say hillary is dishonest.
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i think that's rather low. that means 60% think she's honest. i want to get that list for my ponzi scheme. that's like blaming cnn for trump stakes. a complete nonsecond with iter. >> if i am a hillary clinton supporter and i say, the issue may be real but fox hammers her. >> fox knows what news is and does the news story that nobody else is doing. not just republican that's are thinking that. in the exit polls we've been analyzing, the bernie sanders voters, it is almost about 70% of bernie sanders voters say she is not honest. so it is not just a republican thing. >> how do you feel? >> yeah. fox has nothing to do with the fbi, right?
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they're the once investigating hillary clinton. >> her server. >> because we suggested it, right? >> no. >> so jennifer granholm to her credit is one of the most liberal people on the planet. remember when she to speak 2012 convention. where is she coming from? to blame fox for hillary clinton's trust issues is a joke. >> what do you think, kimberly? >> obviously it is ludicrous. we get. that obviously it has nothing to do with. that she's the one with the problems. there is a real criminal investigation that's about her. so quit trying to sanitize it. you're like the new mr. clean. >> i'm all for the fact there is an investigation. >> a criminal investigation. >> it's not at her. that's all i'm saying. >> i don't know, juan. >> everybody keeps talking about the gender gap. how the democrats have all these women. she has no men. and why is that? why is it that there's no men? the democrats are now losing men
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to the republican party? it is because it is the only group that they don't -- the only identity group that she leaves out are men shelf doesn't care about men's concerns. >> i'll tell you what i think, you had sanders for half an hour and then hillary clinton. i thought in fact for the first time as a democrat, you heard them pressed on some key issues that democrats wanted answers like the abortion. you can say they asked them that question to embarrass them. people want the agss. bret baier asks the question. doesn't answer the question. i think it was very -- >> they should be encouraged to see how well they were treated fairly with intelligent questions. don't shy away from it. we have all the viewers. >> it was okay.
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>> he also pressed her on the fbi stuff. she had her own explanation. i don't think that's the fact that you have political antagonis antagonists. stay tuned. the fastest seven is coming right at you. (vo) my name's nick and i make dog chow in denver, colorado. one of my fondest memories of khloe is the day we got her. i knew right there she was gonna be a great dog. khloe's a big influence on the family. she loved lincoln from the start. she's his little protector. i trust dog chow to keep khloe healthy because i see the high quality ingredients that go into it. the standards that we follow are top notch. i trust dog chow enough to feed it to my dog every single day. at ally bank, no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like vacations equal getting carried away. more proactive selling. what do you think michal?
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welcome back. time for a legitimate fastest seven minutes on television. first up, kaitlyn jenner debuted her new show, i am kate, and got right into presidential politics. >> what are those things, you're open to. >> i know. we need both sides. >> right. we need both sides. >> if we're unfortunate enough to get hillary as our next president, we need her on our side. she won't be. she could care less about women shelf cares about herself. >> which do you think chb will be most supportive of
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transgender people? >> they are saying they don't hate transgender and gays. >> i've said she should run as the firs transpresident. as the vp on the republican ticket. imagine if she were on with trump and you combined it, the reality show audiences together. make america kate again. how does that work? how could you not vote for that ticket? it would be amazing. >> i think she is speaking her mine but she should be aware, the women's magazines will have to make a choice. when it come to hillary clinton or kaitlyn gender, believe me, the stories for kaitlyn will dry up like that. >> why is she so solidly on the republican side? >> she is rich. >> oh! >> cares about taxes, the
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economy. >> i'm just listening here. what about social conservatives? i don't think social conservatives are all that hot about caitlyn jenner. >> 100% correct, caitlyn. so fine. speak your mind. say what you want. it doesn't have to be about the dollars. this is maybe what she actually believes. she changed her gentler. she didn't reassign her politics. last night, a fox sports commentator was awarded $55 million in a stalker case. andrews was looking for 75 large but i'm sure she'll be happy with this. >> probably doesn't have 28 million. >> i guess, what i hike is the message that says stalking doesn't pay. all of you know who you are.
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mine are not any good. >> i got in trouble today. i don't understand this decision. obviously she was embarrassed, humiliated. but that much money? but then everybody said to me at the table, mostly women, that i was insensitive. then i read in the new york daily news that says this guy got choked to death. he got $5 million. she got $55. she's alive. >> well, if he's killed, he's not enjoying it. >> but his family. >> i would say this is the jits system at work. this is a jury that made this decision. it wasn't an arbitrary decision. i don't want to make fun of her for asking for that kind of money. obviously she's distraught. she's had a really tough time and the jury decided. so i guess one of the things that you keep in mine, nashville juries are going to side with plaintiffs if the evidence
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presence itself and reward big. >> obviously, this was a horrible thing that happened to her. but you can hear the but coming. in context, airlines in america give maybe $70,000 to each victim's families of a crash. $70,000 when you lose a parent or a child in a plane crash. that's the context that i think about when i hear this. >> okay. this one. faenlly my pal geraldo rivera, yes, the same one who foolishly wanted to go out with me and fight a couple times, made a big announcement on gma. here's my callente colleague. >> it is geraldo rivera and his partner!
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♪ >> terrible. >> that does this represent a prediction about the outcome but he showed me some of his moves on the "o'reilly factor" green room. he's not too bad in all sincerity. >> i'm super excited to watch him. if you know geraldo like we do, he puts his heart one hundred% into everything. i predict he will be in the last two final standing. watch and wait. >> i just have one question. why? if you're geraldo? why are you doing a reality show? haven't you had enough? four decades. i make this pledge. i will never do a reality show ever unless it is naked taxes. that's where they come and do your tax naked. an idea i'm trying to present that to hollywood. >> i can't dance. i'm a terrible dancer.
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my daughter got married. you're supposed to have the first dance. do you know who bill crystal is? he said i thought you were black. aren't you supposed to be able to dance? >> i'm going on record saying i bet he can't dance either. >> i understand it, the show a lot of work and you work hours a day. if we know anything about geraldo, as he work horse. i would imagine he'll have a few good showings. >> and his shirt will be off. >> i think it will be very fun. i'm happy for him. >> i'm not happy. >> we know.
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okay. time now for one more thing. >> you know how i talk a lot about law enforcement officers? what they have to go through and they have more risk in a day than we'll go through in a lifetime? officer brad gentry from battle creek michigan, police department, pulled a car over for a routine traffic stop. watch what happens. >> what's up, man? >> it's on fire. >> they went on. he went on to catch that criminal who ditched his car. ran into a house.
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every day they run the risk of being shot. that officer may not have come home to his wife and kids tonight -- sorry, saturday night, had he not ducked out of the way of that. >> i wonder if that suspect has warrants. >> it's a sad day at the "the five." it is time to say goodbye to of of our brightest stars. they're moving on to do great things in their young careers. so last night i took them to dinner at my favorite restaurant in manhattan. and guess what? flashes of flames ensued because the chef made us my favorite dessert. bananas foster. and stephanie, brook and i got to stand in the kitchen and learn how he work his magic. >> i have to till. i one had bananas foster. >> there are only pictures of
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juan in there. >> are you geraldo? >> there's no pictures of stephanie and brooke. >> i asked them if they want their pictures and they said no. but they like bananas foster. >> and i like bananas on my pancakes. >> bananas foster was a hobo in the neighborhood. >> oh, my god. i love it. so this reminds me of the mall. good time. today is national pancake day. i've been forward to this from the beginning. show. i've prepared part of this. it has some powdered sugar with some butter. then what you do, this is how i do mine. a little smuckers breakfast supers, quite tasty. it lasts about five years when you put it in the frig. then you just feast on it. no matter what problems at the
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table, it can't get you down. >> it should be sunday morning. >> delicious! >> what are you doing tonight at 11:00? >> hannity. that's why i have to feast on this. although i was going to do no carbs today. it didn't work out. >> it is time for fred's celebrity corner. a lot of people have been wondering, since his msnbc gig ended. what happened to alec baldwin? there have been some sightings of him. he's been reading some book with his one giant eye. and we just hope he come back. we would love to have him on "the five" if he can get back. that's not an octopod. that was found. >> i think it has another eyeball. >> we don't know that for sure. >> amazing. >> i wanted to it bring it to every one's attention. an internal debate at the white house about whether isis'
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attacks against christians is a genocide? there's a haggling about what a hate crime is. congress asked to have a determination by march 17. that's coming up next week. midnight eastern. >> welcome to fox news world headquarters in new york. the nerve central for our coverage of tonight's primary season contests. this is a fox news alert. voters in four states, michigan, hawaii, idaho and mississippi are making decisions right now that could bolster the campaigns of front-runners donald trump and hillary clinton. or those voters could breathe new life into the efforts of ted cruz, marco rubio, john kasich and bernie sanders. let's see what we're learning so far. my colleague is here with the early exit poll data.


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