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join us right here in "the situation room" tomorrow. thanks very much for watching. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. next, donald trump after a big super tuesday win warning of riots if the party blocks his nomination. dr. carson is my guest tonight. hillary clinton crushing bernie sanders on super tuesday. how long will sanders stay in the race? let's go "outfront." >> good evening. i'm erin burnett. outfront tonight, the breaking news. a warning from donald trump coming off the heels of a major win at the polls. decisive wins in florida, north carolina. if the party denies him the nomination, there could be dangerous repercussions.
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>> i think you'd have riots. i think you'd have riots. i'm representing a tremendous many, many millions of people. >> trump picked up 200 delegates last night. his only loss was to john kasich in ohio. he needs to win over half of the remaining delegates to get the outright nomination. marco rubio suspended his campaign last night after a distant second place finish in his home state, florida. quote, my hope and my prayer is that senator ted cruz can come through this. my panel is here with me throughout the hour. it was a very big night for donald trump last night, but this contest is still anything but over.
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mathematically, there's a lot of ways to go. >> reporter: that's right. donald trump is trying to look ahead, looking ahead to securing the republican nomination, even predicting there will be a healing process that the republican party will go through after this very rough nominating period, but certainly it is far from being over yet. and some are preparing now for this potentially to go all the way to the convention. donald trump is making clear he's ready to bring the nomin e nominating process to a close. >> the fact is we have to bring our party together. we have to bring it together. >> reporter: the gop frontrunner saying he's done with gop debates and would skip the next one scheduled for next week. >> i will say this. i think we've had enough debates. we've had 11 or 12 debates. i did really well in the last one. >> reporter: with no trump, john kasich saying he wouldn't show up either, leaving fox news to cancel the debate. that as kasich fights to block
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trump's path to the nomination. >> we put one foot in front of the other. >> reporter: winning his first state, his home state of ohio, and promising to bring the fight to the convention. >> we're going to go all the way to cleveland and secure the republican nomination. >> reporter: trump today with an ominous warning, telling cnn if he is denied the nomination while having the most delegates going in, there could be violence. >> if we're 100 short and we're at 1100 and somebody else is at 500 or 400, because we're way ahead of everybody, i think you'd have riots. i think you'd have riots. >> reporter: after last night, trump continues to hold the most delegates, but he still has a tough path to get to 1237, making the chances of a contested convention more likely. trump needs to win a little more than half of the remaining delegates to clench the
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nomination outright. after losing his home state of florida, marco rubio using his exit from the race to blast trump. >> i ask the american people do not give into the fear. do not give into the frustration. >> reporter: emboldening ted cruz to intensify his argument that it really is a two-man race based on the math. >> only two campaigns have a plausible path to the nomination. others and donald trump's. nobody else has any mathematical possibility whatsoever. only one campaign has beaten donald trump over and over and over again. >> reporter: already out campaigning in pennsylvania today, john kasich not desueade. turning into a thorn in the side of ted cruz.
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>> john kasich might take enough votes to give those states to donald trump. if he sticks around, john kasich will become donald trump's best friend. >> reporter: and the cruz campaign tonight is arguing that is mathematically impossible for john kasich to win the nomination before the convention, so get ready to hear a lot more of this coming from ted cruz and his campaign that donald trump is the only one that benefits from this splintering of the field with kasich in the race, erin. >> thank you very much. they keep complaining about the splintering of the race and somebody drops out. then you hear the same complaint again. outfront now, bill crystal, hogan gilly, pastor darryl scott, and buck scott. buck, can donald trump still be stopped? >> donald trump can only be s p stopped at the convention. it's really one other candidate.
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this is a two plus one situation. i don't know what kasich is doing other than perhaps using the leverage that he has right now to angle for a trump v.p. spot. he clearly has no mathematical way to do it. that's feasible, but it's not realistic. the best thing you could hope for is for cruz to close that gap and go to the convention and go, look, the only reason donald was ahead of me was because of this tremendously fractured field. get behind the cruz train. >> so hogan, to this point, i sort of roll my eyes when people say if more people just got out of the race it would go against trump, because it hasn't been happening. cruz would be ahead of trump 54 to 41%. that's a significant margin. it's a possibly significant data point. cruz needs to win 80% of the
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delegates from here to win the nomination outright. >> we can't just hope these things happen and then pretend that he's going to somehow come out of the ashes and win this thing. no one is talking about this yet. i hate to get wonkish here, but the rule that romney put in place at the convention which is you have to win the majority of the vote in eight states before your name can be put into the nomination process, which means right now no one can be voted upon right now. >> donald trump is the only one who gets that. >> the establishment put that in to stop ron paul. that's the very rule that may seek the establishment. >> that's a guideline, not a rule. >> ted cruz meets that in only four states at this point. bill, cruz says kasich is helping trump by saying in the race. if kasich gets out, it is a head
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to head and he'll win. kasich responded to the accusation today. here's his spin on the whole situation. >> neither of those guys can win a general election. so maybe they're spoiling it for the republican party and the conservative movement. >> are they the spoilers? >> this guy should spend more time why they should be president of the united states and less time on speculating on whether it is going to help or hurt them. i think it hurts all of them when they make these stupid comments. i think john kasich is advertising -- cruz has a good chance to beat trump in utah. it's a 50% plus one winner-take-all. unless kasich just wants to be trump's vice president. kasich is not going to win anything in utah. why doesn't he go and fight in the states he could win in the
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northeast? he doesn't seem to want to do that. these guys are showing a certain amount of self-destructiveness, which is benefitting donald trump. >> his numbers went up in florida after the attacks. >> we don't know what would have happened six months if he was under attack. >> nobody saw this coming. >> no, absolutely. he deserves credit for being where he is, but for him to start saying there'll be riots, that's ludicrous too. what about the 62% of republicans who haven't voted for donald trump? those delegates have a right not to be for donald trump. >> the trump train is rolling. you roll or you get rolled over. it's as simple as that. they talk tough. they act like they want to see donald trump. everyone that's contested him has gotten knocked out. >> why did he pull out of the debate monday night? isn't he scared of debating ted
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cruz? he's tired of debates? >> what more do they want to hear out of him? he's going to build a wall. he's going to deport the illegal immigrants. >> of course, he's not really going to deport the illegal immigrants. >> a secret off the record tape, but it got leaked. if i tell you something off the record, you're going to leak it? >> no. >> i think it all will come down to this notion of who does win it in a head to head. let's see if he wins now that the field has winnowed down. now we can actually see. >> we said that when there was eight candidates. >> there were a lot of people who were maybe for rubio, cruz, jeb. now that that has all been cleared out, you can see that the polling suggests that more than half of the gop is not okay with donald trump being the president. now that can actually play out. >> that's been the truth all
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along, but now people have dropped out. people who have dropped out are going to donald trump. mathematically, that's what you're seeing. >> but even on trump's best night it was a good night last night. he won four out of five states. he got 40% of the votes cast. that is a train -- the trump train is ahead of -- >> the other option has to get more than half. >> nlet me quote mohammad ali. he said i'm knocking out all bums. trump is knocking out all bums. that's what he's doing. >> he's scared to debate ted cruz on monday night. >> 70% to 80% are rejecting everybody else. that's just the way the playing field works out. you can't play games with percentages like that. most of the people supporting donald trump have pushed him through this process. he's won states. at this point because so many have voted for him, way more
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than mitt romney at this point, you're no longer deriding donald trump. you're mocking the american people. they're the ones who are putting him in this position. >> he's got a point. will there be riots? >> 47% -- >> go ahead. let's not say there should be riots if i'm not the nominee. right now he's getting 40% of the delegates. if he goes over 50, he'll be the nominee. fine. >> that comment is a giant checkmark in the column of he should not be the nominee. >> i'll tell you that much. >> quick final word, pastor scott. >> the trump train is rolling. there's going to be an uproar if they try to deny him his
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rightful position of the nominee. it went from amusement to concern from concern to worry from worry to fear from fear to panic. now it's a terror alert. the terror alert color is escalating every time we have another -- >> sometimes it's good to have a terror alert if what's out there is terrifying. >> the trump mojo is going to work. whoever comes against him -- bernie needs to send him a check. outfront next, after the big wins on super tuesday, it is already trump versus clinton. wait until you see trump's latest attack ad. you cannot make this up people. leading republicans already slamming the door on the latest supreme court nominee. insurgent immigrants becoming american citizens for one reason, so they can vote against donald trump.
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tonight, the war escalating between donald trump and hillary clinton. the true frontrunners unleashing new and blistering attacks against each other after dominating super tuesday. if the latest attacks are any indication, we could be looking at a knock down, drag out, battle for the presidency like you've never seen before. >> reporter: hillary clinton fresh off a sweep last night. >> this is another super tuesday for our campaign. >> reporter: the democratic frontrunner bringing home victories in four states, adding
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to her delegate lead over bernie sanders. >> we are moving closer to the securing the democratic party nomination and winning this election in november. >> reporter: with the math and the momentum in her favor, clinton is looking to the general election. >> our commander and chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass it. >> reporter: she's taking aim at gop frontrunner donald trump, treating him as the presumptive republican nominee. >> our next president has to bring our country together so we can all share in the promise of america. we should be breaking down barriers, not building walls. >> reporter: trump firing back at clinton on cnn today. >> she's under federal investigation. she doesn't have the strength or the stamina to be president. she talks about defeat our enemies. where she's been for the last year? we can't even beat isis.
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it's ridiculous. i think she's an embarrassment. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: he followed it up with a video post clammi islamm clinton as incapable of taking on leaders such as putin. the back and forth a preview of the general election matchup. >> next week arizona has a very important election. we will win if the voter turnout is high. let's make it high. >> reporter: so bernie sanders really acting as if nothing bad happened for his campaign last night, erin. he is just going to continue on. we've been hearing from his aides that he's going to go through to the convention. he has said that as well and that hasn't changed. while this is shaping up to be a trump versus clinton battle, both of these frontrunners still very much have primary battles on their hands and that's very
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expensive. hillary clinton big emphasis on fundraising here in the coming days as she tries to build up her general election war chest. >> thank you very much. outfront, dr. ben carson. he's endorsed donald trump. good to have you on the show again. our last poll found -- >> thank you. >> -- rentgistere es voters cho hillary clinton 55% to donald trump 41%. does that worry you? >> as more candidates fall out, more of those will go to both of those candidates. >> there's concern there could be a contested convention here. obviously, that's been the talk of the day. donald trump talked about it on cnn this morning and said if he gets close to the majority of the delegates that there could be an uproar if he is blocked at
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the convention. >> we're way ahead of everybody. i don't think you can say that we don't get it automatically. i think you'd have riots. >> he says i think you'd have riots. do you think he's right, dr. carson? >> well, there's no question that there would be a lot of turmoil if the establishment tries to thwart the will of the people, recognizing that millions of new voters have come into the republican fold largely as a result of donald trump. it's very unlikely those people would maintain their enthusiasm if some shenanigans resulted in someone else being the nominee. >> turmoil is the word you would use. do you think it's fair if he uses the word riots there? >> i think much ado about nothing. there would be a tremendous disturbance. it would be a typical move for republicans who have this
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penchant for snatching defeat out of the jaws of victory. >> you recently spoke about donald trump obviously and your decision to endorse him. i want to play back one specific thing that you said. here you are. >> even if donald trump turns out to be not such a great president, which i don't think is the case -- i think he's going to surround himself with really good people -- we're looking at only four years. is there another scenario i would have preferred? there isn't another scenario available. >> people interpret that as that's not the most ringing endorsement from a candidate. what is your biggest fear about him? what is the one thing that makes you worry? >> the thing that makes me worry of course is not donald trump. it's the alternative because we're facing a situation where
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we're making a gigantic decision about the future of our country. are we going to be a country that was designed for and by the people? are we going to give the government increasingly more authority over our lives? do we think there is something unique and different about america that allowed us to rise faster to the pinnacle of the world than anybody else? these are the kinds of decisions that are going to be made at this election. >> there's increasing discussion online about an op-ed that donald trump wrote. there's a number of similarities between this op-ed that donald trump wrote and an op-ed written by you. yours was published in the
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northern marion islands. donald trump's was published in guam. you wrote in your op-ed, many americans do not appreciate the patriotism exhibited by our brothers and sisters in the territories. you then continue. trump's op-ed reads throughout the history of our nation the patriotism exhibited by our brothers and sisters in the territories -- and he continues. what do you say? >> i would say that many of the people worked for me previously are now working for donald trump, so that doesn't surprise me at all. >> in other words, it could be a direct copy, but it wouldn't be plagiarism because it could be somebody who wrote the first one writing the second one? >> let me put it this way. it doesn't bother me at all. >> you said donald trump offered
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you a role in his administration. at the last debate, i remember listening to him. he said he spent an hour talking with you about education. when people said role in the administration, they said maybe it is going to be health related. then he emphasized education as something you are very passionate about. what are we looking at if donald trump is the next president of the united states for ben carson? education secretary, vp, surgeon general, what? >> first of all, we did not discuss any quid pro quo. there seems to be a great desire by many people to try to make it seem that way, but we did agree that we're both extremely interested in saving america, particularly for the next generation. we'll continue to work together in the process of doing that. we talked about many things. health care as well as the security of our nation, education, which is critical. i don't think most people have any idea how far we have fallen on the educational scale. that actually represents a security threat to our nation.
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>> all right. dr. carson, i appreciate your time. thanks again for coming on the show again. good to talk to you. >> always a pleasure. thank you. next, a surge in latino immigrants applying for american citizenship. what is driving this? they want to vote. they want to vote against donald trump. republicans said this years ago about the president's choice for the supreme court. >> i support the nomination of mr. garland, and i encourage my colleagues to do the same. >> i believe mr. garland is well qualified for the court of appeals. >> so why are they saying the opposite now?
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tonight, a major battle brewing after president obama announced his pick for the supreme court. the president nominating merrick garland, a federal appeals court judge to fill justice antonin scalia's seat, but the chairman of the judiciary committee is doubling down. >> reporter: facing the political reality that his nominee may never even get a meeting with the republican senator, much less a confirmation hearing, today
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president obama defiantly unveiled his choice for the supreme court, merrick garland, selling him directly to the american people. >> not only one of america's sharpest legal minds, but someone who brings to his work a spirit of decency, modesty, integri integrity. >> this is the greatest honor of my life other than lynn agreeing to marry me 23 years ago. >> reporter: the perfect political storm only grows. >> it seems clear that president obama made there nomination not with the intent of seeing the nominee confirmed, but in order to politicize it for purposes of the election. >> put this off until after the next president is elected. >> reporter: and senator orrin hatch supported garland years ago. republicans today saying it's not about the person, but the
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principle of not putting forward a nominee who would shift the balance of the court just before a presidential election. it is now woven into the very loud fabric of this political cycle. ted cruz saying we should not vote on any nominee until the next president is sworn into office. the people will decide. hillary clinton called republicans' stance an exercise in political brinksmanship. the long time justice department lawyer and federal appeals judge earned a scholarship to harvard, graduated with highest honors. >> he put himself through harvard law school by working as a tutor, by stocking shoes in a shoe store, and in what is always a painful moment for any young man by selling his comic book collection. [ laughter ] >> it's tough. been there. >> reporter: as a federal prosecutor, he worked on cases
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against terrorists, timothy mcveigh, the unibomber. some feel the president's choice should have represented more diversity. on the other hand, some conservatives worry about his willingness to uphold restrictions on guns. the president believes much more is at stake if republicans don't give him a shot. >> it will provoke an endless cycle of tit for tat. >> reporter: from the white house -- >> treat chief judge garland fairly. that's all we're looking for here is a little bit of fairness. >> reporter: the white house wants to present garland as this perfect consensus nominee, someone so moderate, that it would make republicans look as bad as possible if indeed they don't give him a chance. the white house wants to apply pressure coming from the public to convince senate republicans to at the very least give him a shot. if they won't, the white house
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would love to inflict maximum political damage from this just before the elections, erin. >> thank you very much. outfront now, bill crystal and hogan gidley and jeffrey toobin and mark lamont hill. you've been going through all the names and the possibilities of who the president could nominate. were you surprised with the choice of merrick garland? >> i was. i thought he would pick someone with a more political advantage to the democratic party. he picked someone 63 years old. not someone who is going to rally the troops, but someone who is qualified to be on the supreme court. he took off the table for the republicans any argument for whether he is qualified. the republicans have the argument that this is too important. >> we don't want this person. it's all about that, right? >> that's what the people have to decide, whether that's legitimate argument or not. >> it's not just the white house
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saying this guy is incredibly qualified. republicans themselves have said he is incredibly qualified. let me play a clip of republicans saying this at prior nominations. >> based on his qualifications, i support the nomination of mr. garland and i encourage my colleagues to do the same. >> i believe mr. garland is well qualified for the court of appeals. >> i can find no fault with the person the president has put forward. >> democrats said similar things about john roberts. he's been nominated for the same circuit court. >> did he just suddenly become unqualified? >> barack obama voted against him for the supreme court because it is different from the appellate court. it's a much more political part of the judiciary. one is entitled to weigh someone's constitutional philosophy. it was a clever pick by president obama.
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it does put a little more pressure on republicans because a lot of people respect merrick garland. he is a little more moderate of a liberal. i think they're entitled to deny him a hearing at this point. what if hillary clinton is ahead of donald trump by 20 points? does mitch mcconnell and chuck grassley -- >> then they bring garland back. >> you get a better moderate liberal judge than if you let hillary clinton make the appointment. >> the majority of the people think there should be hearings. democrats, republicans, and independents. they do think this is the job of the senate to do this. >> sure. this is political gamesmanship, right? i agree with you. it is a lose-lose situation for the president. i thought he would be put someone in more progressive and liberal. he didn't. republicans said we're not going
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to hear anybody. >> they put someone up who is real. how is that a lose? >> here's the thing. republicans have been rolled by this president on so many things. the gop base is saying can you stand up just this one time. sadly, america is the political pawn in all this. i just don't think -- keep this in mind. i think we all think the supreme court is a serious issue. it's not even a top ten issue for voters. they may want him to have hearings on it, but this isn't going to define the election. >> the thing is democrats do this -- have done this before. we talked about chuck schumer, but joe biden back in 1992, he stood up and said don't move ahead with the nominee. here's what he advocated at the time. >> it would be our pragmatic inclusion that once the political season is under way, and it is, action on a supreme court nomination must be put off until after the election
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campaign is over. that is what is fair to the nominee and essential to the process. >> well, this is what the american people hate about politicians. now he's on the other side. now he's saying you've got to hear our person. >> let me begin by saying democrat or republican, both sides make the same argument if they're in a different position. we're talking about five months. scalia dies a month and a half ago. we're talking about 11 months without a supreme court justice versus -- >> i get it. it is a couple months. >> i'm not saying it is a whole different thing. but the democratic argument is we can't have a justice for a significant amount of time. >> there are now four democratic appointees on the supreme court. this is the most critical supreme court vacancy in more than a generation.
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the republicans recognize they're going to take a political hit for not giving this person a hearing, but it's worth it. it's worth it to them to keep the possibility of a republican appointee to that seat. >> i think he's right. if hillary is ahead and they get scared, they can push him right on through. >> all right. thanks to all. outfront next, donald trump spurs latinos to citizenship. they won't to vote to stop trump. talk about unintended consequences. with hillary clinton dominating super tuesday on the democratic side, how much longer will bernie sanders fight it out? i take pictures of sunrises.
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tonight, a spike in latino immigrants l immigrants applying for american citizenship. why now? they're mobilizing to stop donald trump. >> number one with hispanics. >> reporter: visible and loud, the protesters at donald trump's rallies, many of them latino holding and wearing their outrage. more subdued, but just as
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powerful, a native of colombia and illegal resident for ten years. >> do you have donald trump to thank for bringing you out here? >> translator: if i could become a citizen, i can vote against him, he says. cross the u.s. from florida to nevada to north carolina. latinos once content to carry green cards now set to seek citizenship. >> they're bringing crime. they're rapists. >> reporter: and this -- >> and who is going to pay for the wall? >> reporter: the federal government says naturalization applications jumped 14.5% compared to the same six months last year. >> if all of those with green cards become naturalized citizens, what happens politically? >> you want a cliche? it's a game changer. >> reporter: the numbers reveal
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that political power. nevada has 73,000 latinos eligible to naturalize. arizona, 146,000. florida, 637,000. the u.s. is home to 4.5 million latinos able to naturalize. >> the same group he's been attacking is the one who is going to stop him from getting into the white house. >> reporter: univision a powerful media organization owned by a hillary clinton donor has joined with grass roots groups to get out the vote in november. the national response overwhelming. >> you feel it. you know that donald trump is your enemy because he declared war because he's the one that declared us enemies. >> reporter: that's the main motivator. why cthis woman is getting her citizenship after two years in the u.s. when we bring up trump's name, this reaction.
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>> i can't stand him. he's like a punch to the gut. >> reporter: the trump campaign says his proposed immigration reforms, the deportation of 11 million undocumented immigrants, the wall, will actually end up benefitting illegal latino immigrants. no one we spoke with benefits that. next, after hillary clinton's big wins, how long does bernie sanders fight her? hillary clinton's so-called yelling problem. >> more faith in our future. if we work together -- relieve both your itchy, watery eyes and congestion. no other nasal allergy spray can say that. complete allergy relief or incomplete. let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. the possibility of a flare was almost always on my mind. thinking about what to avoid, where to go...
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plan to stay for life. test. tonight, bernie sanders vowing to push ahead despite a string of disappointing losses on super tuesday. sanders trails clinton and she needs to reach 2383. sanders says, though, he's not going anywhere. >> phoenix, are you ready for a political revolution? >> next week, arizona has a very important election. we will win if the voter turnout is high. let's make it high. thank you all very much. >> my panel is back with me. the numbers here, let's go through them. obviously hillary clinton has this incredible advantage when it comes to the superdelegates. she's inches out the win and that's giving her all of these
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delegates. is he hurting her by saying it? >> no. hillary is able to pivot and say, look, i'm moving to the general elections. the stakes are high. does she alienate a small sector of the left wing of the party? perhaps. they may stay home. i think hillary is wisely moving forward based on her politics and i don't think it hurts her in the general. >> does it hurt her, though -- he's the one with the passionate supporters who want to go out and vote. when it comes to unfavorables, the two most unfavorable candidates running are donald trump and hillary clinton. >> i don't understand why we have this fixation that we should try to get people out of this race. he's raised a lot of money. he has passionate supporters. he's raising issues that he cares deeply about, income inequality, which he has forced hillary clinton to change her stance on. he's not really damaged the democratic party or the democratic brand.
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so i just think this fixation we have of like why doesn't he drop out is just silly. >> and i think actually he'll go to the convention and change the democratic platform, more left wing on a lot of issues and he's entitled to do that. it's not clear that hillary clinton can control them. that would be something he could accomplish. i totally agree with jeffrey. he's entitled to stay in the race. it's unbelievable. the two parties are poise to nominate. hillary clinton with the 56 general unfavorable rating with the american pub electric and, of course, the republicans at 67% unfavorable rating. watching the clips of the two of them here, tonight it reinforces my belief that -- >> we're waiting to get -- >> it's incredible. >> the 68-year-old, 69-year-old, some young independent who is is going to look forward to the future. >> the older ones and the ones that voters don't like.
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>> bill crystal approved this message. he's working on recruiting this third-party candidate. you know, every politician's negative ratings are higher than they used to be. >> that's right. >> they say 50 is the new 40. the fact that her approval ratings negatives are in the 50s is actually not that bad compared to the run of politicians. >> that's a pretty good -- >> 67. >> 67. >> but let's also talk about enthusiasm. bernie has a lot of enthusiasm. he's got money. he can actually drive some of the narrative in the direction that the democratic party -- i think what he's trying to do, as you pointed out. our turnout is up 61%. democrats are down 21%. that means we do have a chance coming in to november to actually start to build something, even though our candidates are upside down in the negatives, so are the democrats. that bodes well for turnout. >> some people are going to stay home and some people are going to be motivated to -- >> a lot of people are going to
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be voting for the people they dislike least. >> they are both so polarizing. >> all right. thanks so -- "outfront" next, jeanne moos on whether hillary clinton should smile more. maybe that would help with the unfavorables. retiring retired tires. and i never get tired of it. are you entirely prepared to retire? plan your never tiring retiring retired tires retirement with e*trade. plan your never tiring retiring retired tires retirement you can't breathed. through your nose. suddenly, you're a mouthbreather. a mouthbreather! how can anyone sleep like that? well, just put on a breathe right strip and pow! it instantly opens your nose up to 38% more than cold medicine alone. so you can breathe and sleep. shut your mouth and say goodnight mouthbreathers.
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hillary clinton has reason to celebrate, four super tuesday wins. so why is she shouting? or is she shouting? here's jeanne moos. >> reporter: she's used to getting shoutouts as well as shouting at her audience. >> thank you, florida. >> shouting everything from her gratitude to her website. >> hillary >> but between her horse voice and her volume, critics cover their ears. hillary is shouting her speech, tweeted media critic, howard kurtz. what's she mad at, wondered fox's bret hume. >> she shouts. there is something unrelaxed the way she's communicating. >> but when joe scarborough said, "smile, you just had a big night," a photo was tweeted with
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fangs, "me when joe tells women to smile." the liberal political ad won't get asked. you want to see a smile? here's a smile. you want a bigger smile? here's a bigger smile. in a cameo on wednesday, well, you don't get smiles much bigger than this. the male candidates sure aren't afraid. >> excuse me. i'm talking. >> no, no, no. >> hillary herself is aware of the shouting critique. >> i've always been told that when i talk to you i should talk in a very calm -- >> reporter: and sometimes she catches herself. >> and above all -- above all -- >> speak softly and carry a big
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stick. >> reporter: so you can use the stick on anyone who says you're not speaking softly enough. >> you want to win, here's what you've got to do. first, yell. >> jeanne moos, cnn. >> in fact, this phone isn't even plugged in. >> new york. >> thanks for joining us. anderson starts now. good evening. on the presidential campaign side after decisive super tuesday, donald trump has the upper hand and the republican party is feeling the strain especially after he warns of rioting if he's denied the nomination at a contested convention. and republicans convene in cleveland this summer. ted cruz is licking his wounds and marco rubio, of course, is out a whole new landscape, as we said. democrat hillary clinton got four, possibly five statest