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DONALD TRUMP, (R) U.S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I don't want apology after the election. I want the apology before. And if he doesn't I'm going to bring a lawsuit, because in my opinion based on what I've learned over the last two, three days, from very top lawyers, he doesn't even have the right to serve as president or even run as president. He was born in Canada. So, I will bring that lawsuit if he doesn't apologize.

TED CRUZ, (R) U.S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Now I will have to say, Mr. Trump, you have been threatening frivolous lawsuits for your entire adult life. Even in the annals of frivolous lawsuits, this takes the cake. So, Donald, I would encourage you if you want to file a lawsuit, challenging this ad, claiming it is defamation, file the lawsuit.

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DEIRDRE BOLTON, RISK & REWARD SHOW HOST: We will see if GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump responds. He is hosting a rally right now in Walterboro, South Carolina.

This is Risk & Reward. I'm Deirdre Bolton. We're going to take you there live.

TRUMP: Well, he was all over the place yesterday saying, Donald Trump will not be, I think we have maybe we have a little surprise in store. And we saw it right here in South Carolina. You know, New Hampshire was so amazing. We had a big, big victory in New Hampshire, amazing people. And then we come down here, I said, you know, I think we have an even bigger lead over here. And the people have been incredibly.

No matter where we go to speak, even this I know four years ago, you had 200 people here for the same kind of a thing for your frontrunner. And he's a good frontrunner, a good guy, and did well. But you had 400 people, 200 people. You have thousands of people here and we just appreciate it. And I won't forget it, believe me. I'm not going to forget it.

(CROWD CHEERING)

I'm not going to forget it. So, I hear that they're talking about trying to get a liberal judge in, a judge that does not like the Second Amendment, a judge that -- this is one of many, this is one of many, but a judge that wants to do a number on the guns. And we know how important it is, which is not going to let it happen, OK. It's not going to happen.

And if we get elected we know that, but we have nine months, 10 months to go. We have to have republicans hold fast because I'm just hearing these little cracks, saying well, maybe if he appoints somebody maybe we can get along. Maybe, it's not the way it's supposed to be.

Now it's possible that they'll have their wish. Because if they win, they are going to be having their choice. But if they don't win we're going to start really taking back, because we have three, or four, or five maybe Supreme Court judges, this was not supposed to be one in question.

This was a very sad circumstance that happened with, I mean really to me, it was very sad circumstance. But now, we're going to see what happens. I will only tell you this. We are doing well. We have a really good chance to win. If we can win in South Carolina we're going to go, I mean, we could very well run the table. I don't know if you saw...

(APPLAUSE)

I guess a lot of you have you seen actually next week in Nevada, it is going to be phenomenal. The relationship there to the people. Bush, Bush is 1 percent in Nevada. This guy, why doesn't he just give up, just go home? Go home. Go home to mom. Got to go home to mommy. Yes, Bush is only 1 percent in Nevada. A couple of them are, at 10, 11, 12, and I'm like 40 something, 48.

(CROWD CHEERING)

So, I think we're going to do well. Then we have the SEC, we're going to have the SEC, which is going to be I think amazing. But it really now is starting. New Hampshire could not have been better. They gave us tremendous sendoff. They started us on our way. And we did well in Iowa.

I mean, some votes were stolen from Ben Carson, which, by the way, was a disgrace. What Cruz, what this guy Cruz did with Ben Carson was an absolute disgrace. What he did with it he stole was theft. And then they come out with a voter violation form which is a fraud as far as I'm concerned.

And what he did with that whole thing was a disgrace. So, we're not going to let that stuff happen anymore. I mean, we're not going to let it -- we will not let it happen. We're all watching. You're all watching. Keep your eyes wide open. These politicians, this is the guy he raises the bible, and yet, he tells fibs, he tells lies and then he does this stuff to Carson and he does other things? Very bad.

So, politicians are bad people. Boy, they are bad. Would you believe it? So, we're not going to let it happen. We're going to get in there and I just want to tell you, Saturday, go out and vote because this is this is going to be the place that is going to really make it.

And honestly, I've been watching all the pundits. Now the bad news is they're always wrong. They all said I'm not running, then I ran. Well, how is he going to do, he is just doing it for fun. I'm not doing this for fun, believe me. I love this location. But I know I could be someplace else, OK now? I could be someplace else right now, I could be very happy.

But I'm doing it, because, you know, the expression and you see all the hats in the audience, make America great again. We are going to make America so great.

(CROWD CHEERING)

We are going to; we are going to win again. You know, we don't win very much. You're very tough, smart people, you like to win right? This guy over here, you like to win. We don't win anymore. We used to win. We don't win anymore. Well, we're going to start winning again. We're going to start winning again.

So, Second Amendment protected. Common core, we're going to end common core.

(CROWD CHEERING)

We're bringing, we're bringing your education locally. It's going to be fabulous. I don't know if you know and you heard me say, we have the absolute worst, we spend, number one in the world on education, right? Number one per pupil in the world.

There is no second place because we're so high, so much high. You have China, you have Norway, you have Denmark, you have Sweden, these countries are the best in terms of education. And they're on the list the best. Number 30th in the top 30, we're number 30th, OK.

We're number one in cost. That's a little bit like what I'm doing. I'm least spent money -- you know I'm funding my own campaign, right?

(CROWD CHEERING)

So, I don't have a lot of the people coming to me, you know, the drug companies, and all, because if you would see the kind of waste, fraud and corruption in the United States, a lot of it isn't really waste, fraud and corruption.

It's the fact that people running against me, and people in Senate, people in Congress, they have tremendous power because they have people giving them unbelievable campaign contributions and their special interests and they do what those people want.

And that's one of the reason our budgets are out of whack, the military is out of whack. The military orders equipment they don't even want and the stuff they do want they don't get because the company that makes that equipment is like, you know, it's not politically adept.

And companies that really are they make the equipment we don't want, it's going to all change. Because I'm not getting money from any of these people. I don't give a damn. I mean, we're going to do the right thing.

(CROWD CHEERING)

You know, we're going to do the right thing. We're going to do absolutely the right things. I tell you a little story. So, the drug companies, we are the largest purchaser of drugs in the world, the United States. We, which makes a lot of sense I guess.

We purchase more drugs, to make you better, drugs to make you better. Not the kind of drugs that come over the southern border which we're going to end, OK? We're going to build a wall, yes. Folks, by the way we'll build a wall and who is going to pay for the wall?

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Mexico!

TRUMP: So, you better believe it. We have a trade deficit with Mexico of $58 billion. And these characters come up, these politicians that I'm running up against, you don't really think Mexico is going to pay for the wall? I said absolutely, 100 percent.

They said, how are you going to get Mexico to pay? I don't want to go into it because they won't understand it. I mean, its steps -- no concept of business. They have no -- you know, the 150 billion we gave to Iran, these people have no concept.

We have $58 billion trade deficit with Mexico, OK? The wall is going to cost $12 billion. Maybe less. If I build it, it will be taller, better and less, OK?

(CROWD CHEERING)

So, you think of this, you think of this, so they say how are you going to possibly do it? They make so much money. Plus, we give them subsidy. They make so much money from the United States; it's going to be one of the easy things.

And I don't know if you heard one of the presidents or ex-presidents of Mexico held a news conference. He said, we will never ever, ever, pay for the wall. And the press called me, they said they will never pay for the wall. I said, who was it? Calderon. He's very nice. Good guy. He said, tell him the following. The wall just got 10 feet higher.

(CROWD CHEERING)

I mean it, got 10 feet higher.

BOLTON: Donald Trump, you are seeing him there, at a campaign in Walterboro, South Carolina. He is going through a range of subjects if you like. Saying that Jeb Bush should go home to his mommy. Saying that Donald Trump is going to do well in South Carolina. He is going to perhaps run the table in Nevada.

Also talking about Senator Cruz, the fact that he in Donald Trump's view, stole votes from Dr. Carson. Politicians are bad people. He also went on to talk about the waste, fraud and corruption governed by special interests in Washington, D.C. and how he is different candidate.

So, we will be monitoring that rally for further headlines. We will bring them to you.

In the meantime, I want to bring in former McCain campaign director, Ford O'Connell. Democratic strategist, Chris Hahn. Welcome to you both. So, Ford, what do you make of the continuation of Trump being combative versus Jeb Bush, and certainly versus Senator Cruz?

FORD O'CONNELL, REPUBLICAN STRATEGIST: Well, it plays right into his whole make America great again. His whole deal is I'm going to protect you the voter from D.C. I'm going to protect you from establishment republicans. I'm going to tell you who is fear and I'm going to tell who is going to fix the situation.

I think its brilliant TV and you want to know what? He is winning and he is probably going to win South Carolina with it.

CHRIS HAHN, DEMOCRATIC STRATEGIST: Yes.

BOLTON: Well, when he started to talk about common core and say we will end common core, we are going to bring education locally. He said the U.S. is spending the most out of any other country and we are 30th on the list as far as education results. Chris, you just chimed in there, is that issue one of the make-or-break ones for South Carolina?

HAHN: Well, I think that it is a big issue in some primaries. Whether it is make or break in South Carolina I don't think so. But I got to tell you, these rallies are very entertaining. Donald Trump is like a classic rock artist. He gives the people what they want every single time.

The people there are now shouting his lines back at him. He's kind of got this movement thing going on right now, and that's really why he is winning. Some people like to say the guy is having fun on the campaign trail. And I think the people who are supporting him are having fun too. And that's why he is dangerous to the Republican Party and he might just be their nominee.

BOLTON: All right. Speaking of dangerous, Ford, what is Trump's Achilles heel? You ran a campaign. You know, what would you be telling him if you were working for him, hey, look out for this.

O'CONNELL: Here is what Trump really has to worry about. One of the other candidates basically make the case that Trump is not friend of a little guy. That he is not actually going to protect you. That he is not actually going to be able to do a lot of the things he says he does and that he's really out for his own ego and self-interest.

The idea is the pierce the veil that he is actually going to protect you the little man from the establishment, from D.C., from the drug companies, from terrorists, et cetera. Is Trump really out to help you or he is really just out to help himself. That's the whole key.

BOLTON: All right. I'm going to ask you both to stay with me. We're going to take a quick break. Ford O'Connell and Chris Hahn, back with me shortly.

In the meantime, Apple's CEO, Tim Cook fiercely opposing a federal judge's order to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino killers. We will give you a few different angles on the story from tech to legal. We're back in just few minutes.

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BOLTON: Security and privacy are front and center as Apple CEO, Tim Cook is fiercely opposing a federal judge's order. So, the order to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

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JAMES COMEY, FBI DIRECTOR: The San Bernardino very important investigation to us, we still have one of those killer's phones that we have not been able to open. And it's been over two months now, we're still working on it.

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BOLTON: Fourteen people were killed in that attack in December. Apple's Tim Cook publishing a statement on the company web site. So, I'm going to read to you now. "The U.S. government has asked us for something we simply do not have, something we consider too dangerous to create. They've asked us to build a back door to the iPhone. We can find no precedent for an American company being forced to expose its customers to a greater risk of attack."

"For years, cryptologist and national security experts have been warning against weakening encryption. Doing so would only hurt well-meaning and law-abiding citizens who rely on companies such as, Apple, to protect their data. Criminal and bad will still encrypt using tools that are readily available to them."

Former U.S. Army green beret officer, Ben Collins is here, along with Liz MacDonald and attorney Philip Segal. Welcome to you all.

Ben, I'm going to start with you. Tim Cook is saying he cannot provide this back door software to this particular iPhone. Do you think he is telling the truth?

BEN COLLINS, FORMER U.S. ARMY GREEN BERET OFFICER: I do not. I mean, I've been watching today, because I'm certainly not a tech expert but I know enough to be dangerous. And I think a lot of the bloggers are going back and forth.

Now it comes down to software, firm wear, hardware of a phone. So, those are the three things. The software which you update every time, you know, you upgrade your operating system on phone. Firmware is something that is semi-permanent.

Now the reality is what they're trying to breach right here is what's in the firmware that blocks or that dumps your data after you try number of times with an incorrect code. So, they could have probably have a group interns sit there typing a code for the next 50 years.

BOLTON: They could put people on this?

COLLINS: Correct. But everybody at the FBI would probably pass away before we actually got to that code. So, what they're trying to do is to be able to get a back door into that software, in that firmware and utilize a computer system to actually run the codes to break this thing.

Now I think that, what Tim Cook is not saying is that, you know, could Apple, you know, if on a case-by-case basis Apple actually had the phone in their hands, could they, you know, write a script, you know, write the code for software and a firmware to actually breach that and run this? Yes, absolutely. I mean, they've got some pretty smart people at Apple. I think they can figure out how to do it.

BOLTON: I would say so. Liz, you've been reporting on this story all day. Do we have to choose as citizens between privacy and security?

LIZ MACDONALD, FOX NEWS CORRESPONDENT: Well, yes. Well, that's the issue. What the government is saying is that the terrorists in the San Bernardino massacre which also injured 22 people, that they were hoarding bombs, that they basically had a lot of military hardware in their garage.

And a month and a half prior to the attack the iCloud account attached to Syed Farook's phone went dark. So, during that period there is a concern that he was communicating with possibly other terrorists to harm even more people. That they -- and the government is saying they only want his iPhone. The iPhone is owned by the San Bernardino County by public health department.

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BOLTON: Yes, that's a great point, I feel like underline, underline, underline it. It wasn't his phone.

MACDONALD: Right. And his employer is saying, yes, FBI you can access it. Yes, Apple, we give you permission to access it. They basically are saying, too, that prior to 2014, Apple was helping the government to crack into its iPhones to catch suspects. And that, you know, they work with banks to do terrorism financing investigations.

BOLTON: They certainly do.

MACDONALD: Why shouldn't Silicon Valley playing ball?

BOLTON: So, Philip, picking up where Liz just left off, what is the legal issue? As Liz points out, it was not Syed Farook's personal cell phone. It was California or let municipality's property. And this idea of fighting the court order on principle, I heard, and I'm sure you did too, more than I did, Tim Cook, there is no precedent for a U.S. company being asked to hand over this kind of information or this kind of capability.

PHILIP SEGAL, ATTORNEY: Well, I just don't -- I don't buy it if these e- mails were at internet service provider, the internet service provider would say, here you go. If the evidence were in a hospital or in sensitive medical record, the hospital would say here you are.

The government is always balancing security and privacy. That's what the Fourth Amendment asks us to do.

(CROSSTALK)

BOLTON: But do you feel like we are in a new world order now?

SEGAL: I don't think so. I think in 2014, it was not this way. As Ben said very correctly, no one is asking for the right to crack every iPhone all the time whenever they want. They're saying Apple, you have to tell us how to unlock this phone so that the NSA can hack away at your encryption if it wants to without erasing everything.

Because now Apple made it if you have 10 incorrect attempts to get into the phone its erase...

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BOLTON: But you heard Tim Cook say, look, you know, we're not going to do this, in any way, terrorists are still going to continue to communicate.

SEGAL: Terrorists will of course still continue to communicate. You're always going to try to have to be one step ahead of the terrorists. But the terrorists also communicate by e-mail or by texts. It doesn't mean you stop going after e-mails. It doesn't mean you stop, I mean, you stop listening to phone calls, getting wiretaps with a court order. It doesn't mean that.

MACDONALD: Right. This issue is that Apple and Google built their brand reputation since 2014 on encryption on privacy. This is after the Edward Snowden controversy.

(CROSSTALK)

BOLTON: This is their brand.

MACDONALD: So, yes. So, can -- the issues is, will Apple be required to give software to the government to act as a master key to unlock all devices. That's what Apple's Tim Cook is saying. The government is saying no, no, no, we just want access to this one iPhone.

BOLTON: All right. And Ben, you're in agreement obviously?

COLLINS: Look, I am. And I think it's obviously a legal issue, but in my mind like this isn't trying to overstep due process, right? Like pre- crimes, and trying to figure out if somebody is going to...

(CROSSTALK)

BOLTON: Yes. No, murder is already happened.

COLLINS: They did it. They did it.

BOLTON: That's not what happened.

SEGAL: There is a court order. They're terrorists.

BOLTON: Yes, OK. Well said. We are going to leave it there. Ben Collins, Elizabeth MacDonald, and Philip Segal, thank you, all.

We want to shift the point to an investors want an Apple, one of the most owned stock in the U.S.

So, many pension funds, 401K plans, individual trading accounts, billionaire investor Carl Icahn cutting his stake in Apple last year. The stock declined. This is according to new regulatory filing.

Icahn's new stake at a reduced $5.1 billion. So, still some exposure to talk about there.

Now where one investor sells, another one buys. Tiger Global picked up more than a billion dollars of the stock recently. Money manager, Jared Levy with me now. So, Jared, Apple down 23 percent in the past 12 months. More than the S&P's 8 percent drop in that time. Is Apple a buy or a sell here?

JARED LEVY, PROFITABLETRADING.COM SENIOR STRATEGIST: There is a lot to consider. And, you know, the point is, Carl Icahn still has skin in the game with 5.1 billion. So, that is something to consider. I think Apple's problem is the fact that it hasn't given us it's next big thing, its next big source of revenue.

You know, it's peppering in the watch, it's peppering in Apple car play. All these things are good. And I think you could own Apple here up until about $110 and sort of feel good about it.

Beyond 110, 115, you start to think all right, you're based on past evaluations, what am I going to get here? And unless Tim Cook and company come out that's riveting and it's game changing like the iPhone was, I don't see a big case wrap of going above 115. So, own it here, sell it at 110, 115. I think that's your smart money play.

BOLTON: All right. Jared, we'll take it. Thank you. Jared Levy joining me there, money manager.

Well, coming up, after the German refugee sex assault, a Polish magazine causing outrage. It published a very controversial cover depicting the Islamic rape of Europe. We're going to talk about it.

Hillary Clinton, well-known for playing the gender card in this election.

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HILLARY CLINTON, (D) U.S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I'm not just running because I would be the first woman president. Bernie Sanders is the only person who I think would characterize me a woman running to be the first woman president as exemplifying establishment.

And enough is enough. We are still living with a double-standard, sometimes I talk soft. Sometimes I get passionate, and I get a little bit excited. I don't know any man who doesn't do the same thing.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BOLTON: Some say she is now playing the race card calling republicans bigots. We're going to play the entire clip for you.

Also, there is a video going viral of a presidential candidate caught mimicking Reverend Al Sharpton while lobbying for his endorsement. We'll give you more after this.

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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: The only group that Hillary Clinton won was voters over 65. So, she may not have won New Hampshire, but she definitely won old Hampshire. I cannot wait to see how they appeal to the youth next, maybe handouts some leaflets then Ben go neither. Team up with Netflix to sponsor a murder she wrote reunion, where the victim, is the middle class.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

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BOLTON: According to the latest NBC News, Wall Street Journal poll just released moments ago, Senator Cruz is inching ahead of Donald Trump among republican voters nationally.

Now the survey contrast sharply with other national polls. In this one, Senator Cruz drawing 28 percent. So, narrow lead, leading Donald Trump at 26 percent. Trailing behind, Marco Rubio at 17 percent.

Former McCain campaign director, Ford O'Connell is back with me as is democratic strategist, Chris Hahn. Welcome back to you both.

So, Ford, we were just talking about Donald Trump's potential Achilles heel in this campaign. Do you make anything of Cruz getting a few points or do you think it's rounding errors as possible with months to go?

O'CONNELL: Well, look, I think it's a big deal because he's actually been leading for three or four months in the national polls. And the fact that we have something like the Wall Street Journal poll out here showing this is a pretty big deal.

I so think the sample size skew a little bit to the more heavy conservative voter which would favor Cruz and Rubio.

HAHN: Yes.

O'CONNELL: But I will say this, this is an interesting sign. Here is a deal with Donald Trump. He has a hardcore of 25 percent. So, from now on I expect Donald Trump to get 25 percent in any primary or caucus. But unless this gets down to a two-person race, I think he may have a ceiling of 40 percent. So, keep an eye on that bond between 25 and 40 percent. And this poll definitely falls within that at 26.

BOLTON: OK. Chris, I want you to weigh in on this because Donald Trump is threatening to sue Senator Cruz over a new attack ad. Senator Cruz says, a, he's not afraid, and b, they are actually going to show it more.

HAHN: Well, you know...

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CRUZ: You know, I have to say to Mr. Trump, you have been threatening frivolous lawsuits for your entire adult life. Even in the annals of frivolous lawsuits, this takes the cake. So, Donald, I encourage you, if you want to file a lawsuit challenging this ad claiming it is defamation, file a lawsuit.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

BOLTON: Chris, sorry, we cut you off there. We just wanted to play that for people who were not up to speed as you are. What do you make of this? I mean, that Donald Trump lawsuit versus Senator Cruz, who is going to come out looking better? Donald Trump for attacking? Senator Cruz for attacking? How do you see it?

HAHN: Well, at the end of the day, Donald Trump would lose that lawsuit. There is a very high standard for defamation of public figures. And there is no more public figure than that -- there is no protected speech than that of protected political speech.

So, yes, I think Donald Trump would lose this lawsuit whether or not it weighs into the election, I don't know. Look, he has been calling Ted Cruz a liar. That seems to be working in South Carolina.

(CROSSTALK)

BOLTON: And it seems...

HAHN: Yes. You take this poll out of play here, this Wall Street Journal poll which as Ford correctly pointed out, with heavily weighted towards very conservative republicans as opposed to some of the polls that had them slightly less favored. I think if you re-weighed it Donald Trump will probably still be ahead.

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FORD O'CONNELL, REPUBLICAN STRATEGIST: OK. Chris, we are dealing with politics, not reality. You and I are both lawyers. Forget the legal merit of said lawsuit.

HAHN: Right.

O'CONNELL: This is a powerful weapon for Donald Trump because it casts doubt in a voter's mind about Ted Cruz citizenship. It doesn't matter if it's right or wrong. In Iowa...

(CROSSTALK)

HAHN: Well, this isn't a citizenship suit. This isn't the citizenship suit, this is about the defamation suit. I think the -- yes.

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