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December 30th, 2013
09:30 PM ET

Watch S.E. Cupp's reaction to Gillibrand 2016

During the Final Question, S.E. Cupp and Governor Howard Dean discussed the winner of the Gallup poll "Most Admirable Woman of 2013," Hillary Clinton.

Our guests, Hilary Rosen and Kevin Madden, named their top admirable votes and of course, 2016 popped up. Cupp's reaction to the possibility of President Gillibrand is priceless.

Also, on Crossfire: Minimum wage wars

Howard Dean, S.E. Cupp, Hilary Rosen & Kevin Madden debate raising the minimum wage.

Who were you siding with during the debate? Weigh in below.

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  1. Jimmy B.

    SE Cupp said that the President signed it but that's just not true. What is she talking about?

    January 4, 2014 at 11:42 am | Reply
  2. Jeffrey Bell

    Love the show, but I can't always get to watch it or listen over the radio on SiriusXM. How about producing a podcast of at least the audio for those of us who can not catch the program.

    January 3, 2014 at 10:40 pm | Reply
  3. The GOP Solution

    The GOP Solution: Turn all the Old, Sick, Poor, Non-white, Non-christian, Female, and Gay people into slaves. Then whip them until they are Young, Healthy, Rich, White, Christian, Male, and Straight. Or until they are dead. Then turn them into Soylent Green to feed the military during the next "unfunded/off-the-books" war. And don't forget the GOP all time favorite......TAX CUTS FOR THE RICH!!!!!!!

    January 2, 2014 at 7:28 pm | Reply
  4. ProtectAmericanJobs

    Can either one of them help America to bounce back after all the stupid traitorous nonsense from the last 2-3 decades?

    Unfortunately most of our politicians are a frigging joke – Only it's not so funny, because over the past several decades, all they've been doing is screwing the American people, by stalling, spending, removing protections and allowing illegal aliens to continue to pour in and American jobs and industry to pour out, and all while collecting their American tax-payer funded pay checks, benefits and whatever else they get on the side from their various lobbyist friends.

    It seems to me that over the last 2-3 decades that both parties were always able to distract and polarize voters with insignificant peripheral BS, which get's most voters so caught up in the BS that they lose sight of the bigger picture.

    We'd really all be better off by just cutting through the BS and all the my team vs your team name calling nonsense and really focus on America and improving the future of the American people.

    Once they're elected, our leaders should be working together for the good of the our country and our citizens by using combinations of the best ideas from both sides versus just trying to make the other side look bad so they lose the next election. – How's that been working?

    All the nonsense just allows the puppet-masters to continue to do what's best for them at the expense of the American people while we're polarized and distracted.

    But, let's face it – Neither party is actually running our country – Powerful puppet-masters play both sides to make sure that they get what they want. Unfortunately what they want is not usually in the best interest of the majority of the American people. (American citizens)

    Foreign Lobbyists here in the US promote sending US jobs to countries like China, where they work for slave wages, no benefits, no OSHA safety standards or no real environment regulations. It also doesn't help us compete when these company's factories are subsidized by China's communist government. Just check out the current Chinese extreme pollution issues – We all live in the same world, but not every country plays by the same rules.

    The so called "Global Market Place" is not a level playing field. Companies may have made higher profits by "out sourcing", but they've been putting middle class Americans who are a good part of the world's customer base out of work.

    But aren't there at least a handful of these frigging powerful puppet-masters that are fellow Americans with enough of a conscience, guts and loyalty to America and their fellow Americans to start trying to turn this trend around?

    If there aren't, we're screwed.

    The American people need our leaders to wake up and start putting some sensible measures in place to stem the tide or this is going to continue to have a devastating effect on the United States of America and the American people.

    January 1, 2014 at 12:50 pm | Reply
  5. Smitty

    How do you admire a woman whos husband cheats on her repeatedly and does nothing about it ???

    December 31, 2013 at 2:50 pm | Reply
    • ProtectAmericanJobs

      Before Hillary Clinton runs for president, Americans need to remember that it was her "husband" that got us into bed with China in the first place. How's that been working us?

      And what about that whole White-Water/Vince Foster deal.

      I don't trust the Clintons at all.

      January 1, 2014 at 12:56 pm | Reply
      • Smitty

        Very true. Its just sad that our last few preses have been so awful. You would think people are tired of making excuses for all of them especially Obamma.

        January 1, 2014 at 5:06 pm |

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