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or two because we've seen a thing or two. we are farmers. bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum it's time for more good day new york. >> have you noticed there's the birds were chirping the loudest were never heard . spring is here! >> i was happy to hear the birds . it's not legal to pick those two lips, right? >> is not legal to pick them. >> why would you pick them? someone spent money to decorate the outside of their store over their home . >> want to take them?
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they are expensive.they put flowers in the median and there's pieces of art that are up . it's interesting. right now it looks standard. politics big-time in new york city with a debate in brooklyn and a big gala in midtown. who injured? you and me. >> it was ted cruz's turn. he was on the trail donald trump in a big way.he says he is the only one who can beat hillary clinton. we interviewed ted cruz last night for a good chunk of time. have to say, there was a lot of that were new york
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ted cruz about. here was our conversation with senator ted cruz. welcome to the good day new york show. >> let's talk about why you . >> make your case. >> what we are doing now in this country is not working. people are hurting.we had stagnation. people are there and wages are not going up. we have to change the path where my number one priority will be bringing up jobs and economic growth. we will repeal obamacare and pass a flat tax. today is tax day. every american will be able to fill out the taxes on a postcard and abolish the irs! >> april 15! we have an extra three days. >> today is supposed to be
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today is the day people are thinking about it in their thinking about writing the check and we will get rid of all the complexity and have a postcard return to abolish the irs and rain and the regulations that are just hammering small businesses and will stop amnesty and and sanctuary cities and the effect of all that. we'll see millions of new jobs coming back from america. we will see manufacturing jobs going back to the state of new york and wages rising again . we'll see young people coming out of school with two , three, four job offers. >> in ground zero, the world trade center with thousands of first responders came to the site breathing poisoned air. it was designed to help them . you opposed it . that's what we are reading. that's what we believe.
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>> what you are reading is not accurate. of course we should care for the 9/11 first responders. the reason why is because it was rolled into a gigantic bill where in order to vote for it, you also had to vote for obama's obamacare and his illegal amnesty and funding to bring refugees to america despite the security threat it supposes so i voted against it. i would happily vote for that on its own but not if it meant doing all sorts of other policies that her america. >> couldn't you become a cosponsor? word is that you were that these were civil servants who were milking the system and exaggerating on this?
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one of the most shameful things was the attorney general and sadly mayor diblasio who with instance after instance they side with this criminals and the looters and writers instead of law enforcement. he stands with the first responders and for that matter, he stands with soldiers and sailors and airmen and marines who risk their lives to keep us safe. >> you supported the bill in texas to help the people
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>> it's actually very easy. i said at the time that we needed to provide hurricane relief with a right thing to do. they loaded up. we have $19 trillion in is larger than the economy. we bankrupt our kids and so i said, let's fund the relief and do what we're supposed to do. don't fill it with billions and billions in spending and the democrats and republicans seeing a sandy relief bill. they don't stop it, our kids will not be able to span for the needs of the future. they will spend their lives paying off the debt of their grandparents.
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that tell us they were eliminated from the package. it was key. it was 50 billion. >> you got our attention with the comment about new york values in the debate. what did you mean? you are saying something dark about new york. >> the phrase came with an interview that donald trump did. he was extremely strong support for partial-birth abortion and he said , hey, i am from new york and those are new york values. i do not support the values of liberal democratic politicians.
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mayor bill de blasio selected and goes out to harlem and try to throw kids out of charter schools , young hispanic and african-american kids because he is so into the teachers union that he cares more about the adults and he does the kids. >> you made your case on that. have to say, as a new yorker, i am still offended. i think that are you a democrat? >> i am an independent. >> to vote democrat? >> did you vote for bill de blasio? >> you can't comment. i will tell you this. you have gotten slack about new york values in new york. you are not going to win new york at this point. do you wish you could take back what you said about new york values? >> not remotely. the values of liberal democratic politicians the people of new york are suffering under them. i was in buffalo recently
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jobs and they are saying there are people who have high-paying jobs because they are developing the resources with knucklehead politicians not allowing new yorkers to develop their resources and as a result, they are think they want jobs. here in the city, last year we saw murder rates in homelessness go up . bill de blasio canceled the stop and frisk and start monitoring neighborhoods were terrorist congregate and that doesn't make any sense. those liberal policies are hurting the people of new york.>> we are running out of time. you mention made was you but you mentioned governor cuomo and chuck sure. this is new york and not everyone is republican in america! really? >> my question to you is, how are you, a guy like ted cruz, you are succeeding
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every day coming up to me saying, i have been a democrat my whole life but i'm voting for you because what we are doing isn't working . we need jobs and way to protect the constitution . >> the latest poll out today shows donald trump is widening his lead against you at 18 points. obviously he resonates out there in america. >> donald is not going to win. the last three weeks there has been 11 elections in four states. we have beaten him in all 11 . we won a landslide in utah and 18 delegates in north dakota . wisconsin is a perfect stable donald trump we can't win . it's industrial and blue-collar. demographics are similar to upstate new york .
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he promised a big victory at wisconsin but we won a landslide at 40% of the vote beating him by 13 points. in colorado there were eight elections everyone everyone anymore? >> new yorkers donald home state. >> what about new jersey? you'll probably do well here. if he doesn't get substantial above 50%, people see it as a big loss but we are campaigning to delegates and i will tell you, he won't get 1237 . we have one state after state and we beat them over and over again. for the republicans don't want to lose let me quote mitt romney. the city vote for john kasich is a vote for donald trump . if you don't want him to be the nominee, the only campaign that has been told
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ours. that's why so many people come together and unite . >> let's see how goes. >> take it back about new york values. >> i will say this i love the people of new york in the love the firefighters and police officers. i lived in new york and my wife lived in new york . new york city brings the best in the biter brightness that want to conquer the world . the politicians the people. >> i've been very specific about the policies that are harmful. i don't like liberal politicians . i don't like bill de blasio making new york city a sanctuary and taking jobs. i like bill de blasio throwing african-american kids out of their schools and siding with criminals over cops.
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working men and women. they are coming together. >> thank you senator. i appreciate it. >> okay this is what i feel. he was sticking to his talking points and no matter what we asked , we just get it back about the liberal values. he invokes mayor diblasio. i've heard it 1 million times. it was a real conversation because he did not get that new york values gets under the skin of new yorkers. >> when he said that in iowa , he never envisioned coming here in a competitive primary. he was saying something dark about new york but he is still in the race. effort was interesting.
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whether you like him or not, he is a very sharp guy wouldn't you agree?>> who know how things will wind up . he is one of the smartest out there but he is also disliked in dc. however, now because the establishment doesn't have donald trump spat, they are looking at ted cruz which is interesting because they don't like ted cruz now they say, maybe we should like him? >> some guys really despise them there. it works down there differently. >> i did say after we shut down the camera. >> i think you said something about him being much to be run t.v. >> i said you look different. >> i said you look softer in person because on t.v. he looks pasty and hard. >> do you see how this went down? >> that ruined nixon's chances for becoming president.people said he
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debate . the factors in. >> how somebody looks does factor in. , saying it broke in terms. >> is he is better looking in person. >> exactly. thank him for joining us. we have phone calls out to hillary clinton bernie sanders and we would like to talk to them. >> bernie hynde details it out of town and he went to the vatican to give a speech. let's talk weather.>> is looking pretty good. it's a little bit chilly this morning but now we see temperatures warm up across the tri-state. we are up to the 40s in monticello and poughkeepsie were in the 30s earlier. we are up to 500 in central park same number towards islip. 49 at the moment and it's the same number that we
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you will shed a jacket because temperatures will rise into the 60s later today. the breezes have picked it up and they are coming out of the northeast averaging 10 miles per hour. for the most part, we expect the wind to be calm for much of the day. it will keep us dry with new england and down towards the mid-atlantic and the great lakes. we are watching a couple of areas of low pressure moving out towards the west and one is sitting down to the southeastern state. it's not making much it's blocking the high pressure over our area . the weather that we have is going to stick with us through the weekend. nice temperatures in the upper 50s . as we go into tonight, because of the clear skies,
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into the atmosphere and for tomorrow , temperatures in the 60s in the dry weather goes to the weekend as we see sunny skies through sunday and monday with a high temperature soaring into the 70s. you i thought the . yorker and i take offense and at one point , he got frustrated and he said are you a democrat? >> i said i'm an independent and he kept saying, do you vote for democrats?that was a sign that you really were successful in doing what you wanted to do to get him to come clean about the comment. >> you have to know in close quarters, maybe with his wife heidi he spent some time living here in new york and she probably said, why would you say
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why would you malign all the new yorkers here. >> he stands by his answer. he is not talking about the people like you and me. >> he is talking about a handful of politicians and that's how you generalize. >> don't get me started. >> i want to look at the calendar. >> the firefighters, paramedics and emts . they are all in physical state shape. >> this pimple's gonna last forever. aw com'on. clearasil ultra works fast to begin visibly clearing up skin in as little as 12 hours. and acne won't last forever. just like your mom won't walk in on you... forever. let's be clear. clearasil works fast. we invited women to a spa to test a new body wash. dish soap. you may not feel it, but some body washes can contain
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january december with 20 17. should we meet everyone? we should mention the firefighters had black pants on and emt have beige pants on.
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you are altogether!>> we have a couple here or they are missing and i think we had mister and mrs. january even though you are not married what is your name? >> jennifer how does it feel to be a firefighter? >> feels great! way to represent for the ladies. >> look at that picture! what did you have to do? >> portion control and be mentally and physically ready. >> okay well done. your name? >> norman, i think we have hello! you have a body that everybody wants to get the top in a small waist. >> what is your secret? >> is there a magic pill we can take? >> i saw that you eat a lot of spaghetti no?
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>> hello. . >> time and emt in the bronx. this or did someone come to you? >> there was an open casting call . congratulations! you deserve the honor. it's about time the females were incorporated. how do the fellows feel about that. >> andre mister february, how you feel about it? you had to make room for the ladies. >> where was this picture taken? >> fdny museum. looks like you could be on the cover of a romance novel. with that one. >> let's meet march.
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>> how does everyone react to this? >> they love it . it's from your home neighborhood and the guys would love to have you over. they love you and talk about you all the time. >> do you still have time to put out fires? >> we will meet ms. april. >> silvana did you ever think you would wind up in the calendar? >> what is your workout routine like? i was been working out for 30 years. do do a lot of pull-ups? >> i don't do calisthenics. i lift weights. >> they make you smaller. i like being big! >> mister april what firehouse you work at ?
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>> here we go again. is anybody else thinking of becoming a model? you could . it looks like it to me. >> is a stranger the photo shoot? >> i am on it! >> how is everyone reacting? >> they love it . >> everyone is on board with everything. >> you look playful. [laughter] vincent is all tattooed up . there is no rule about that . did it hurt? >> yes . >> are you planning
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>> a lot more! >> do they still have the pole? >> june ! >> we are sisters. you are not twins, are you? >> double trouble! deanna from engine 276. >> 282 ! >> is there any competition? >> never! i am her number one fan . >> we support each other and we love each other. >> the job! june, right? >> when you go by? >> jodi bell. look at this do you have gym equipment in the firehouse? >> what is the best part about being a firefighter?
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we get to see the city 100%. >> we want to say hello to everyone so let's do it fast. july or june? >> lieutenant sarah. >> jackie martinez 275 s. jamaica, we love you. >> gisele king and engine 15. >> 4747 x-ray. >> engine 257. >> get the calendar to see everyone's pictures. >> this is mister july. >> where you get the calendars? >> fdny fire zone. >> the calendar benefits the foundation. it's a great foundation and it gets a lot of extras for the fire department which you need. there is a big dinner may 11 which i happen to be emceeing. i hope to see you there.
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>> they are being honored this year. >> brooklyn, we have more firefighters to go.>> was around them? matthew. >> shot out to the firehouse. >> listen as we go through it , is there any for audrey? >> we will wrap this up . >> when will they have a cup calendar. >> i hope we have a buyer for the house. me too! what are the neighbors doing here? bill! hey! come in, come in! i didn't know your home wifi could stream so many devices at the same time. dad, it's time warner cable. 300 megs. crazy-fast. and we were right across the street the whole time. the whole time. make your home as connected as possible with time warner cable. with speeds up to ultra-fast 300pnmegs. p
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we can't get away from the firefighters. today, the big event at herald square you can meet them from 11:00 2:00 at the fdny zone. it's a store on what street? 34th >> is in herald square at 11:00 2:00. by the calendar! thank you very much. thank you very much. andrew? you guys are the best. stay safe on the job! take you for everything that you do. we appreciate it. [cheering] did you hear that movie the jungle book? we met the kid who started it.he plays mobley and he is from manhattan. >> great kids.
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>> i watch the animated film with my kids i don't know how many times. it was later fun. how is this film different than that feature film? >> there is a little different at the end but i don't want to spoil it. you'll see it turns out differently. >> you are the only human in the film. everyone else is animated. >> they are famous faces behind it behind the creatures. >> is a huge amazing cast like murray. had it along with him? >> ? blue on a private plane to meet bill there. >> john made a brisket while me and bill played football and it was a lot of fun. >> it's pretty cool for anybody. you are how old? >> 12. >> good stuff!
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>> first audition. >> no t.v. shows you started with a big blockbuster. how did it happen? >> i was a normal kid and then . >> think you. >> i was a dance class and the teacher heard about the role and said i would be good for it so i never really thought about acting but i auditioned and they really like me so we started filming two weeks later. >> mobley does he have to >> he has to sing . you sing? >> i do a little bit of singing. can you sing? >> a little bit. >> what are you doing here in the scene. >> is just me on a blue platform. it's blue so they make the computer-generated thing. it's a blue platform and i am running away from a man behind me in a blue mesh suit. >> for those of the do not see the old version what is it all about?
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mobley raised by wolves and he has to leave the jungle and the people in the jungle do not like men . >> did you read the book? did you know anything about it? >> when i auditioned for the movie my sister said, you have to watch the older one. >> it's very funny. >> did you have to grow your hair? >> had to grow it long. they did put in some extensions for thickness. >> that is so strange ! what was that like?>> i got used to it. it was still a little bit annoying. >> neil, it's a very sweet deal for you. it's awesome. let's see a quick clip . >> we are the only family he's ever known! >> is the only place he will be safe. okay.
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>> you always be my son no matter where you go or what they call you. >> this looks like powerful stuff. >> it was a very fun scene. >> you nervous? you are working with a bunch of established actors.>> a little bit. i just acted like it was an everyday thing and i tried to get used to it. i couldn't because everyone in the cast is so amazing. >> is this what you want to do now?be an actor? are you open-minded? >> i probably want to be an
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i want to be a dentist like my parents and a basketball or football player. >> i don't think you should years old. from new york? >> yes. >> that's where you live on the upper east side? >> do you do the school thing? >> during set and stuff there is a studio teacher who , every time are not doing a scene, she would come and we would do school for three hours . >> that sounds awful! >> it sounds great! fantastic. this is a very unique set of circumstances. the role just fell into your lap . going forward hopefully it happens every probably won't . >> don't tell him not the sky is the limit. two weeks from audition time right.
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difficulties of the actor's face? >> yes. now. friends . >> you skipped all of that . >> what are you going to audition for next? >> would be >> yes. i could see you doing that. >> favreau directed us. he was a superhero direct their and he is a big guy in hollywood. >> you guys talk about that? >> not really. it would be a lot of fun. >> 12-year-old kid flying around on private jets and by all accounts providing a stupendously good performance. >> he is a great mobley. >> thank you. at stop & shop, shoppers are discovering low prices by the thousands, plus a thousand more that just dropped. all these low prices! what are you trying to do, get me to feed the whole neighborhood? no. just trying to save you
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evidence that him free! while he was waiting and basically suing the county, it was unlawful imprisonment. he gets arrested for another crime accused of murdering teresa hoback. some people think the authorities really wanted revenge because he somehow made him look bad over the initial time. >> all of this was captured in the series we mentioned , making of a murderer. a lot of americans were hook . a lot of americans were impressed by his defense team. you are looking at jerry bearding, a star of the show . he stood by stephen avery and he joins us right now. he will have a very special event on sunday at the upper west side. >> what is elitist? how is he doing? >> not for a couple months. he has a new attorney and
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that is defending him and he is gathering hopefully new evidence that he can try to get a new trial for. >> is there substantial new evidence that we haven't heard about? >> there are a number of tips that we got before he hired the current team and we have heard all of those over. we have had over 100 scientists moreover the world suggesting different types of forensic test that may or may not have been done. a lot of them were used before and a forensic setting so i don't know whether they will be admissible and reliable enough but that's what the new attorney will decide. >> the prosecution came out and said there was a lot of stuff that they did not put in to this documentary. it would've shown that stephen avery did it. one was sweat dna. is there such a thing? >> there is no such thing.
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ourselves. saliva. >> sweat ? >> there is no way to tell that it comes from sweat . there is what's known as touch dna or transfer were some of the cells on your hands. fingers might transfer innocently and the hood latch thing that he made such a big deal about that wasn't in the documentary by the end of the trial, it was neutralized because their own expert said that there was such a small quantity could have been an innocent transfer dna and their own analyst was inside the vehicle doing sampling and they came out and did not change his gloves before he opened the hood. >> think it reflects negatively on you. i thought you were terrific .the documentary is skewed in favor of the defense. it's told from the defense perspective. you can dispute that.
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have is a behind-the-scenes interviews with the defense attorneys and so you get a different perspective than you would have if the prosecution had done that. >> stephen avery that he is in jail right now. i have heard that he is not convinced that he is innocent. your cocounsel? >> is not true. >> what he says is that he wasn't there and neither one of us were. when we look at the evidence as a whole , it certainly doesn't amount to guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. innocently different level . we don't have not guilty or guilty or innocent. >> your cocounsel did not say that. did he do it? >> no . >> you are convinced. >> will take a quick brag if your family outing is magical for all the wrong reasons. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec for powerful allergy relief. and zyrtec is different than claritin . because it starts working faster on the first day you take it. try zyrtec . muddle no more
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pcan be a low cost option. you so much for saying nice things.if you haven't seen it , you want to check it out. making of the murderer. if those of you have already seen it, you're probably interested in seeing the actual attorneys of the beacon theater this sunday night moderated by jason quam who is one of the founders of the innocence project. it will get into the case . >> he is interested in criminal justice issues. >> the conversation will continue on "fox 5 news" facebook page. we will continue talking with jerry about the case. thank you so much for watching. >> ted cruz we should thank them for coming on
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