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access, selling favors, selling government contracts, and i mean hundreds of millions of dollars. >> reporter: about an hour later in her took some time to relish the historic moment of becoming the first woman to secure the presidential nomination of a major political party. she shot right back at donald trump lifting up his controversial statements saying he goes against everything america stand for. >> it is a simple but powerful idea. we believe that we are stronger together. the stakes in this election are high, shs and the choice is clear. donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president. >> and while she may have secured the nomination bernie sanders told his supporters he is not glg anywhere. >> i am pretty good in
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arithmetics and i know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight, but we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate. >> so while sanders says he's staying in the race until the end half of his staff will be laid off. >> garrett tenney. thank you. >> can donald trump's strategy of going to less laning states be a game changer heading to november? here now for the republican political panel fox news contributor and gop strategist mercedes flap. thank you for sticking around for us. you just heard there bernie sanders is staying in the race. he says all of the way to philadelphia but he did make a point of saying that they should not allow donald trump to get into the white house, so does that mean that donald trump will
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not be able to get any of his followers to cross over? >> i think if you listen to bernie sanders he usually breaks down his themes into four buckets of justices the economic justice, social justice and environmental justice. for the last three i don't think you will get a lot of the bernie sanders support for trump. on the last one there is a movement that says the established order in washington with members from both parties does not work for the average hard-working american. the economic justice and quality voter i think you will see a lot of them consider trump. trump has to really sick to a disciplined message on the economy and job recraigs. >> there were democrats willing to cross over to trump. i believe about a third of the
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democrats were saying, look, we have had these unfair trade policies. we feel like the system is rigged and you could see that cross joefr. >> the ohio primary as well. >> i think what you are seeing is especially in the rush belt states it is an opportunity to say i am will be your negotiator in chief i will make sure we bring jobs back to america. that's a very appealing message to the working class. >> trump has what he calls a 15 state plan to win the presidency, he combined several of the states in the swing states ohio, finishing, florida as well. is that a wise plan? >> i think it is. donald trump is going to perform extraordinarily well in every state. romney won in 2012. largely because that will be the referendum on the obama clinton record. there is your republican
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support. where he expanded it to mercedes point in the upper midwest where you have blue collar reagan voters trump doing is ex terrored narrow-- -- ex ordinar well among the catholic voters. he alters the map all together. we are seeing him willing to play in new york and north carolina. >> they this time around can win states they have not done so previously and they can do well in arizona and florida specifically. donald trump is having a problem right now this week with the hispanic vote based on the latest controversy fsurrounding him. >> i think for donald trump you are seeing a poll that came out recently that had him at 28 percent of the hispanic vote. in key states like florida where you have 12 to 15 percent of the electorate that are hispanic it
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will be critical for trump to be able to broaden his message in addition to the economic message, you had the republican establishment many who worked in republican politics for a decade who are hesitant to go forward and support donald trump. he has his work cut out for him. part of it will be key states like florida and texas and virginia to make sure that we have, and he is able to garner the support. really sell the message that hillary clinton is another barack obama and we haven't seen the economic recovery they deserve. >> you make a good p point. when you talk about unity and the republican party take the south carolina in south carolina lindsey graham calling for people who have already endorsed donald trump to pull their endorsement backs. >> he was never a trump fan.
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it was disingenuous when he said he would vote for tramp. -- trump. he has a potential to do so in meaningful ways we have already discussed in working class voters. i think donald trump has an obligation to try to also build the republican party. he is the standard bearer of the party. they see the merger of the populous voters he has seen for the republican party. that's a very strong potential for him to win in november. >> tony you and i were here at 1:00 a.m. when bernie sanders made his speech and surprised a lot of people saying he is going nowhere. he meets with president obama. we will see what that happens there. thank you for joining us. >> the time is 7 after the hour. bernie sanders and president obama behind closed doors. we are live in washington with the meeting.
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sanders asked for and the president is poised to make an endorsement. >> some people say i am too much of a fighter. my preference is already peace, however. >> donald trump acting more presidential last night. what do voters think about his new attitude? putting it to the dial test. ♪ ♪ experience the thrill of the lexus gs f sport. because the ultimate expression of power, is control. this is the pursuit of perfection.
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>> the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate.
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>> bernie sanders staying in the race but for how long? his campaign now laying off laugh of its staff as the socialist calls for a meeting with president obama. kristin fisher joins us live from washington. what do we know about this meeting? >> we know that it is going to take place on thursday. but first we found out that fox news learned that bernie sanders planning to layoff at least half of his campaign staff the next week this from a senior campaign official. even though sanders says he's staying in the race his actions are starting to signal a very different story. last night hillary clinton and president obama called sanders right before his speech in santa monica. he thanked him for energizing millions of americans. the two are planning to meet on thursday at the white house at sunday der's request. >> i had a very kind call from president obama and i look forward to working with him to ke sure we move this country
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forward. >> last night president obama also called for his former secretary of state to congratulate her on his historic night. he is itching to get on the campaign trail. they are actively planning how best to use him and when it is time he will go out with quote guns blazing. but first he has to formally endorse clinton that could come as early as the end of this week and before that he will meet with sanders and begin to bring the party together. >> would love to be a fly on the wall in that meeting. bernie sanders staying in the race despite big wins for donald trump and hillary clinton. what are the voters thinking? we will talk to lee carter. i would above the dials. it gives you a sense of what people are thinking. last night donald trump using a
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tell pom presidenter and seeing -- teleprompter. let's play one of the pieces asking for peace. >> i know some people say i am too much of a fighter. my preference is always peace, however. i have shown that. i have shown that for a long time. i built an extraordinary bliire business on relationship and deals that have all parties involved. my goal is always to bring people together. but if i am forced to fight tfo something i really care about i will never ever back down and our country will never ever back down. >> how does this message play>> i thought for his first teleprompter aspeech it was amazing. republicans love it give him an a, independents a b and democrats were up there at a c
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minus. it is important he leans in his criticism. there are a lot of people who say xy and z about me but what i really am is this. >> it is a side we haven't seen. >> it worked. very interesting. he spoke last night about problems in america. the last thing that we need he said is hillary clinton in the white house. let's play that. >> our infrastructure is a disaster. our schools are failing. crime is rising. people are scared. the last thing we need is hillary clinton in the white house or an extension of the obama disaster. >> you see the lines go up but then they drop. it is really interesting. independents and republicans really like this message. they agree it is a mess. with hillary they go for that. the big nose-dive when he went after hillary clinton.
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that was a problem there for m democrats. for the most part they gave it a c nain minus. i agree things are a mess, i agree with what he is saying and he made sense to them. this was something i had not yet seen. donald trump generally speaking has never gotten over a d plus with democrats. >> so c minus is good for him. >> hillary clinton went on the attack saying he's unfit and taking america backwards. let's play this. >> donald trump is temperament tally unfit to be president. (cheers) and he is not just trying to build a wall between america and mexico, he is trying to wall off americans from each other. when he says let's make america
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great again, that is code for, let's take america backwards. >> those lines are far apart. >> they are really far aparted. thfdz shocking to me. i didn't expects it to be so polarizing. i didn't expect her to do so r poor with independents. the dials were almost off the charts. an f.ndents and republicans they are saying no. they don't agree with her. as she looks at the independents that will be her biggest challenge. she has to find a story that resinates and it doesn't right now. >> you were saying in the commercial even as she was talking about history as a woman the numbers were surprisingly low. i want to play a clip from sanders hitting on trump. let's play this. >> i think donald trump is totally unfit to be president of the united states. let's not forget he was one of
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the leaders in an effort to de leg miez the presidency of the first af cap american president we have ever had. the you can give him whatever term you want, but he is clearly trying to divide us up and hopefully thinking we will get some votes. >> calling trump a bigot. seems like the independents did better with bernie than hillary clinton. >> they did a lot better with bernie. the comments coming back to us is bernie is trust worthy. his opinion matters more than hillary clinton. when you see the dials go down there's an element of i don't just what she is saying. independents give him a b minute democrats dialled up and the republicans dialled down. i think it is really fascinating bernie does much better. much much better. >> trump tell tomorrow presidenter talking about bringing the country together
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>> good morning. it is wednesday, june 8th. >> it is 5:30. the primary season is almost in the books. the final 6 contests dir way. bernie sanders not going away quietly. >> the primary in california has not been called but clinton is in the lead. >> trump with a clean sweep across five states for the republican. >> i am going to be america's champion. >> i am going to take a moment later tonight in the days ahead to fully absorb the history we have made here. >> next ties we continue the fight in the last primary in washington state. >> the deal is sealed for clinton with 2,497 delegates and
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for trump as well. >> garrett tenney joins us with a complete rwrap up of the fina states. >> good morning. if last night was an indication this general election match up between donald trump and hillary clinton would get you go will i. donald trump kicked off his speech and he had blistering criticisms against hillary clinton in his prepared speech. >> she turned the state department into a private hedge fund. the russians saudis gave money to bill and hillary and got favorable treatment in their return. it is a sad day in america when foreign governments with deep pockets have more influence in our own country than our great citizens. >> about an hour later in her victory speech hillary clinton took time to relish that historic moment of becoming the
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first woman in u.s. history to secure the presidential nomination of a major political party. she then shot right back at donald trump with attacks of her own. >> make it clear that donald trump doesn't believe we are stronger together. he has abused his primary opponents and their families, attacked the press for asking tough questions, denigrated muslims and i am grants. he wants to win by stoking fear and rubbing salt in wounds and reminding us daily just how greatest. >> while hillary clinton may have won to secure the nomination bernie sanders told supporters he is not going anywhere and will be around all of the way to the convention. >> i am pretty good in arithmetic and i know the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight but we will continue to fight for every vote and
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every delegate we can>> fox news learned over half of the staff will be laid off in the next week. >> hillary clinton has clenched the democratic nomination winning the majority of the pledge of the delegates under cutting one of the biggest arguments over all for the continued campaign. here now for our democratic panel capri cafaro and leslie marshall. >> i will start with you this time around. do you think the followers of bernie sanders will eventually go toward hillary clinton? >> i think some will.
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first bernie sanders has to get on board and beat brn knee sanders. he has to trust the fact that hillary clinton will carry the man tell of this progressive movement sanders injected into the primary. until he decides he's going to step ahid and he's saying he will go to the convention the bernie sanders supporters out there are going to be hesitant toport hillary clinton until they see bernie doing this. >> he is careful for his speech and he did not mention hillary clinton until the end of it. hes are says the mission is more than beating trump, it is transforming the country. leslie? >> well, this is a part of this revolution that senator sanders has i believe he means it when he says every vote counts until the last vote is entered in this
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i will be there at the convention. i would also predict senator sanders will embrace hillary clinton as the nominee, will support her, urge his followers to do the same. they will have the hug in case democrats want and hope to see for the unity of the party. >> do you think that will happen on thursday? bernie sanders set to meet with president obama and also set to meet with harry reid? >> i am sure president obama and leader reed will do their best to try to convince bernie sanders to step ahid until after the dc primary occurs next week. unifying the party before it happens. it all remains to be seen. it will be difficult. it will haveo stay until the dc primary. as was mentioned earlier on the program he was letting go a number of staff members i don't
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know how you are going to mount a continued campaign as you are reducing staff either. >> letting go of staff members not letting go the idea of a resolution, leslie. >> no, not at all. half of the staff. it is something personal for him. hope he wants to go forward change that super delegate process this rigged process as he calls it. i think he has people standing up and paying attention. that is i believe what senator sanders wants and that's why he is taking it all of the way. maybe a tiny bit of ego involved as well. >> hillary clinton, she complained about the super delegate system back in 2008. this time around she learned how to play the game a little better. speaking of hillary clinton,
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speaking of her she continues to cover the fbi ruse. they will still vote for clinton even if she is indicted. 50 percent says she should continue running. 43 percent say she should be immediately stop campaigning. does that surprise you? >> there are core democrats that i think probably see some of this e-mail business as some of the vast right wing conspiracy out to get hillary clinton. our judicial system is innocent until proven guilty. it is a hard pill to swallow someone trying to be the leader of the free world under this scenario potentially indicted. i think there are folks that are hoping that this is not going to rise to that level, and i think it is interesting to see the
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posteriorly if she actually did get indicted. >> my could be bernie sanders do you think that is another reason why he is sticking around? >> i think that some of her supporte supporters they say this is not iffing to come to an indictment and this is not going to be any charge of espionage. physic in our great nation you are innocent until proven guilty. there have been no charges. people think of this as questionable whether or not there was policy violated. criminals i don't think people feel there will be an indictment that's why they are confident and we see this poll that she should continue on. >> you have people being granted immunity. ultimately it will be up to the fbi to decide. we will see what happens. thank you both for joining us.
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capri and lesse -- leslie. thank you. >> it is 40 after the hour. a firefighter rushing through waste high water to save a little baby. the brand new images emerging. heroic rescues all across flood ravaged florida. if you have a flight planned you want to hear this. why your gps could be facing a power outage.
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lakes. take a look at what happens later today. temperatures heating up as far north as graphic city and high temperatures into the 90's. let's head over to you. >> the time almost 50 minutes after the hour. a tight race between donald trump and the attorney general. what does donald trump need to do to secure a white house win. we are mapping out his path to victory next. >> in the race for the white house fox and friends weekend co host clayton morris is up next with what is going viral. >> first brian kilmeade with what is coming up on "fox & friends." >> both of you going viral after two hours of tremendous television. let me tell you what's up next ahead in the next three hours. we have a great roster again.
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>> a plane nearly colliding with a chinese fighter jet overnight.
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the two coming within 100 feat of each other. u.s. officials say the chinese jet which looks like these did a full 360 degree roll over the spy plane. it happened over the south china sea. it was the second time in three weeks had he this close calls. china says the u.s. is igsz ago rating. >> if you are flying this month the plane system may get knocked out. the secret tent the navy is doing in california. this map shows the impacted area stretching 100 miles into oregon and colorado. they may feel some effects from the outages. >> each is 6 hours long the next one tomorrow. abby? >> still pretty frightening stuff. >> donald trump and hillary clinton. the real clear politics average
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shows clinton is ahead but just by two points. she needs to win every state mitt romney won plus 64 electoral votes. the question is can he do that? president of rasmussen media group, scott rasmussen is here. >> the general election is all about the map. >> it is an uphill battle for the republicans. >> no doubt about it. there are 36 states that are not in play at all in the election. you start with a place like california. no point in talking about it as we go forward. >> that's not even a race. >> as you begin to move to a number of other states barack obama also different. virginia three point victory. that may pose challenges for trump. the employees may not like his rhetoric but potentially in play state. same thing with florida. >> florida is a big one. anything can happen here. people do seem to like trump in
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florida. >> he has a home there. it is a state we talk about every single time. when you get to the midwest that's where the action is. if donald trump pull off this battle it has to start with ohio. >> always >> 12 years ago, ohio is the ultimatele battle ground, the people there get bombarded with ads in campaign. >> donald trump has to connect with people about the economy. people who feel politicians have left them behind. people who don't think anybody in washington cares. to accomplish that. he's going to have to do more than just win ohio. he's going to have to win -- a little challenge back to -- >> here we go. we good to the big are map to show -- romney lost those four
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states. in order for trump to make some inroads here, there are a couple other states that you say he can potentially win. >> that's right. he needs 64 electoral college votes. if we start right here in ohio, he gets 18. those dispossessed workers might like that. if that works, he goes to pennsylvania right next door, 20 electoral college votes there. possibly michigan. >> all right next to each other. >> you go west to wisconsin. >> the trump plane is going to hang out in this area for a while. >> these four states have 64 electoral college votes, exactly what donald trump needs to win. ohio, right now, it's rated a toss-up, the other three states are rated as leaning to the democrats in our projections and on top of that, michigan hasn't gone for a republican since '88. this is an uphill battle. >> anything could happen. florida is huge. new hampshire is in play. >> it's a small state, four
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electoral votes. if it's a close election, every vote matters. new hampshire, ohio, florida, also has something else happening, very competitive senate races. whoever wins the presidential race might put their party in control of the senate. >> anything could happen. heather. >> the time now is 8 minutes until the top of the hour. outrage on line. bernie sanders supporters storm social media in a fit of fury. clayton morris up next with the controversial primary call that is lighting up social media. experience the thrill of the lexus is f sport.
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[announcer]you work hard to grow your business. [man] yes. i can totally do that for you. [announcer] working together, we can help your business thrive. wells fargo. together we'll go far. welcome back to ""fox & friends first". a tense california battle between hillary clinton and bernie sanders and no surprise, heather, it is trending big on social media. >> "fox & friends" weekend co-host clayton morris joins us with that and everything else that was trending last night. a busy night on line. >> yeah. and outrage is what was trending. california primary supporters and bernie sanders staff members outraged at the associated press calling this race before the votes were even cast, but bernie sanders vowing to fight on to philadelphia. listen. >> we are going to fight hard to win the primary in washington, d.c., and then we take our fight
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for social, economic, and racial and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania. >> just a lot of outrage about the media, the system, a tweet last night from pmln in california saying, boy,@real donald trump was right. disgusted with the electoral system. >> thank you, bernie was trending last night. disgruntled sanders supporters taking to social media. glad you were the first person i ever voted for. sorry it wasn't enough. another tweet from pollie-tickle, i would rather
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see the first honest, first female president. thank you, bernie. and huffington post threw out this joke. here was bernie-hillary duet, i'm so indicted. i'm so excited. and baby got pacs. lady gaga decided to throw her hat in the ring. she called hillary clinton a rock & roll president. do you agree? vote for the first female president in history. nothing says rock & roll than hillary clinton. will there be friends in the end? i don't know. >> social media has changed politics as we know it.
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>> not loving hillary clinton last night on social media. thank you for joining us. >> it's been a long night for you, heather. >> it has. >> it's done now. >> have a great one. >> "fox & friends" starts right now. >> bye! ♪ thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> tonight, we close one chapter in history and we begin another. >> we will not allow donald trump to become president of the united states. >> for the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party nominee. [ cheers and applause ] >> i fought for my family. i fought for my business. i fought for my employees, and now i'm going to fight for you, the american people! >> we take our fight for social,


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