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more of the kind of judges that legislate from the bench instead of upholding our fundamental liberties. in the midst of all that and the midst of that liberal agenda that we see mounting up, we get the news this morning revealing, as it is, hillary clinton in remarks that were made in new york city just last night bear repeating. and let me see where someone put them here. take your time. hillary clinton said last night at a big fundraiser in new york city that the american people, the millions of americans that are supporting my running mate,
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were described in the most deplorable of terms. it's extraordinary to think of it. she referred to those people as irredeemable. i will tell you right now, i campaign on a regular basis with donald trump. i campaign all across this country for donald trump. hillary clinton's low opinion of the people that support this campaign should be denounced in the strongest possible terms. the truth of the matter is that the men and women who support donald trump's campaign are hard-working americans, farmers, coal miners, teachers, veterans, members of our law enforcement community, members of every class of this country who know that we can make america great again. so let me just say from the bottom of my heart, hillary,
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they are not a basket of anything, they are americans, and they deserve your respect. [ cheers and applause [ cheers and applause ] i've not heard that level of disdain for americans that i can even repeat since barack obama described people that opposed him as people who cling to their guns and religion. let me just say, no one with a record of failure at home and abroad, no one with her avalanche of dishonesty and corruptions, and no one with that low opinion of the american
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people should ever be elected president of the united states of america. we must decide here and now that hillary clinton will never be president of this great nation. [ applause ] now, the failed leadership of barack obama and hillary clinton must be answered with resolve and with strength and vision. and that's precisely what donald trump and i will do. donald trump has a vision to make america great again, and it all begins with making america strong again. it all begins with recognizing that we live in a tumultuous time in the life of this nation. it will be this weekend that we mark the 15th anniversary of 9/11. that was a day that i actually
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was in this city, as many of you who are here were as well. i found myself on capitol hill. i'll never forget the sights and sounds of that day. i'll never forget seeing half of the sky filled with billowing smoke. i will promise you this. the day that donald trump becomes president of the united states of america, we will again rebuild our military, we will restore the arsenal of democracy, and america will again stand tall on the world stage. we will stand with our allies, and we will stand up to our enemies. [ cheers and applause ] we cannot have four more years
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apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends. america needs to be strong for the world to be safe. and on the world stage, i promise you, donald trump will lead from strength. we will stand with our allies, and if the world knows nothing else, the world will know this, america stands with israel. [ cheers and applause ] but in a trump administration, we know that a strong america requires a prosperous america.
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we'll make america great again under this administration not with the higher taxes, more regulation, more obamacare, and more of the war on coal, but donald trump has a plan to get this economy moving again for every american. we're going to cut taxes across the board, lower marginal rates. we're going to end death taxes, and we're going to lower business taxes in america so american companies can compete with companies around the world to create jobs here in this country. [ applause ] and on day one of this administration, donald trump will sign a moratorium on any new federal regulation, and he will repeal every single obama executive order that is stifling growth and stifling the freedom of the american people. [ cheers and applause
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[ cheers and applause ] when we elect donald trump as negotiator in chief, america will again have trade deals that work for the american worker, and we will hold our trading partners accountable to the commitments that they make in international exchange and on day one donald trump and i will end the war on coal once and for all. [ cheers and applause ] the american dream unfolds for every american beginning with a good education. just this week donald trump laid out a plan to open doors of opportunity in education for young people, particularly in the disadvantaged community. our plan to make our schools great again is all centered on the notion that we believe that
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parents ought to be able to choose where their children go to school in america, regardless of their income or their area code. [ applause ] we'll continue, of course, to support all state efforts for traditional public education, but we'll continue to make it possible for states to use even more resources to innovate in the manner of charter schools, expanded educational choice, and this white house will support home schooling by parents all across the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] and finally, donald trump and i know that to confront these challenging times, we have to recognize that our present crisis is not merely economic and political but moral in
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nature. at the radoot of these times should be a realization that people in positions of authority have walked away from the timeless truths of honesty, integrity, an honest day's work for an honest day's pay and the simple notion you ought to treat the other guy the way you want to be treated. we will not restore this nation with public policy alone. it will require public virtue. and that emanates from the traditional institutions of our nation of family and religion. [ applause ] you heard him say it yesterday. at the center of all of our policies will be the notion of the importance and the paramount importance of the family. and also will be at the center of our policies, a commitment to ensure the vitality and the
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freedom of religion of every american and every religious institution in the land. [ cheers and applause ] that includes freeing up the pulpits of this nation. donald trump talked about it yesterday but not nearly enough. really is extraordinary. i always like to say that politicians ask how things are. leaders ask why. donald trump was in a meeting. it was a better part of a year ago with religious leaders from across the country. in his own way, he said, well, i'd love to have your support, and why don't you get out there and talk about, and they all, almost with one voice, said, well, we can't. because there's actually a
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provision in the internal revenue code that threatens to withdraw the tax exempt status of religious institutions, preventing them from going anywhere near endorsing or supporting a candidate for public office. it literally has been in place since the 1950s when a senator named lyndon johnson added it to the internal revenue code. donald trump, like a good leader, said, why is that the case? anyone with more than a passing knowledge of the founding of this nation knows that the most powerful speeches thundered about independence in the land, thundered from the pulpits of this nation. anyone who knows anything about this nation knows it was the voice of people of faith that pricked the conscience of the nation and brought an end to the sin of slavery across this
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nation. [ applause ] i've stood in the church in montgomery, alabama, where dr. king railed against the injustices that took place, in places all across america, and again it was the voice of the people of faith that advanced the cause of civil rights all across america. [ applause ] so donald trump asked the question why. we couldn't be more proud that for the first time ever, part of our platform and a priority of the trump administration will be the full repeal of the johnson amendment. we will take the muzzle off people of faith in this nation and let the voice of faith be heard.
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[ cheers and applause ] and lastly, let me make it crystal clear. people who know me well know that i'm pro-life. i don't apologize for it. [ cheers and applause ] i want to live to see the day that we put the sanctity of life back at the center of american law and we send roe versus wade to the ash heap of history where it belongs. [ cheers and applause ] and let me assure you the trump/pence administration will stand for the sanctity of life and defend the unborn from the first day we take office.
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i'm truly grateful. i'm truly grateful for donald trump's strong commitment to the sanctity of life. he understands the moral imperative of advancing the cause of life, and we've spoken of it many times. in fact, did again this morning on my way here to see you. during my time as governor of indiana, i'm proud to say with the support of many of you in this room, we promoted a culture of life in the state of indiana. we instituted the first ever state income tax credit for hoosier families who adopt, and we supported crisis pregnancy centers around the state by providing additional funding, millions of dollars, through the real alternatives program so that women facing crisis pregnancy have more choices before them and can choose life. >> and we've been listening to donald trump's running mate, that's indiana governor mike pence. he's been speaking to the
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conservative value voters summit. the vice presidential candidate taking aim at hillary clinton for her comments calling half of donald trump's voters deplorable, although he used the word irredeemable. let's bring in cnn's senior political reporter manu raju. pence just responded to hillary clinton's comments. let's listen. >> to just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. right? the racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, islam phobic. you name it. there are people like that, and he has lifted them up. >> all right, manu.
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we heard mike pence respond, although he did seem to have a fumble. he got to the moment where he wanted to quote secretary clinton and didn't seem to have the exact quote, but he worked his way through it and made his point. this is the point i'm asking you. hillary seems to have served up a great issue for the republicans to now exploit, especially donald trump and as we just heard mike pence. >> they really see this as a game-changing moment, martin. remember, they're trying to compare this to when barack obama said that a lot of voters who don't support him cling to their religion and guns, and mitt romney's 47% gaffe that upended the election back in 2012, really by painting a large group of people with a broad brush in such inflammatory and derogatory terms gives republicans an opening, they believe, especially since the national polls have this race very, very close. a lot of mainstream republicans are voting for donald trump, simply because they tend to vote
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republican, and they don't like hillary clinton. so she's talking about a lot of voters potentially, possibly swing voters, and putting them in this big basket. now, the clinton campaign is trying to clean this up a little bit, but they're not apologizing. last night clinton's spokesman actually tweeting clinton was referring to people who attended trump rally, which is a much smaller group than people who are going to vote for the nominee. we'll see if that makes a difference. republicans clearly see an opening here, which is why mike pence seized on that moment and made that a key part of his speech to that value voters summit, martin. >> my question is, who is mike pence talking to here? i mean, i know the crowd that's listening to him. they're already on board. so this message is, what, to fire up those already supporting the campaign, or are they hoping, just as we did, others hear this message, it's broadcast in other areas? >> indeed. a little bit of both. they want to make sure this group of voters gets to the
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polls. even people who, you know, may not be totally on board trump's train saying, look, listen to things hillary clinton says. this is out of bounds. try to really drive up her unfavorables. they're trying to really make the case that clinton is saying something that she shouldn't be saying. she's trying to sell herself as someone who has steady judgment, leadership, doesn't say inflammatory things the way donald trump does, but they believe this comment undermines the case that she has been making to voters. so potentially they think it could bring about -- bring on some of those moderate mainstream republican voters who may not be there with donald trump and say, look, hillary clinton is saying things that are not right that i can't get on board with someone who says things like this. we'll see if it actually works. clearly the trump campaign sees an opening here. we're not going to see them drop this any time soon. >> oh, yeah, no. you can see right away they just believe this is a dish that was served for them. do you think that the campaign of hillary clinton is going to
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have to come out and do more than just sort of add that nuance that the candidate herself is going to have to address this? >> they'll be asked about it. i'm not sure if she's going to walk it back, i should say, because she has been saying similar things for some time. she had made similar remarks on israeli tv interview last week. it just wasn't really noticed until her comments at that new york fundraiser last night. so this is a comment that is not unusual for hillary clinton to be making. so it's going to be very difficult for her to say, oh, i misspoke, if she's been saying this for some time. i think they will probably try to add that nuance and they'll try to dig in. they'll try to use it probably to fire up their own supporters. so we'll see. i don't think you're going to expect hillary clinton to apologize any time soon. >> she probably hopes donald trump will do something else and that would take the heat off. manu raju, thank you for joining us. let's listen to governor pence's reaction to hillary clinton and
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her comments on trump supporters last night. >> at a big fundraiser in new york city that the american people, the millions of americans that are supporting my running mate, were described in the most deplorable of terms. it's extraordinary to think of it. she referred to those people as irredeemable. well, i will tell you right now, i cam maypaign on a regular bas with donald trump. i campaign all across this country for donald trump. hillary clinton's low opinion of the people that support this campaign should be denounced in the strongest possible terms. the truth of the matter is that the men and women who support donald trump's campaign are hard-working americans, farmers,
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coal miners, teachers, veterans, members of our law enforcement community, members of every class of this country who know that we can make america great again. so let me just say from the bottom of my heart, hillary, they are not a basket of anything, they are americans, and they deserve your respect. [ cheers and applause ] i've not heard that level of disdain for americans that i can even repeat since barack obama
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described people that opposed him as people who cling to their guns and religion. let me just say, no one with a record of failure at home and abroad, no one with her avalanche of dishonesty and corruptions, and no one with that low opinion of the american people should ever be elected president of the united states of america. we must decide here and now that hillary clinton will never be president of this great nation. >> indiana governor mike pence, trump wrunning mate, speaks jus a couple minutes ago. let's bring in our panel of experts. joining us is jeffrey lord. also with us, the executive director for the new york state democratic party. he is a hillary clinton supporter and one who has worked with her aides while she was the senator of new york. welcome to both of you,
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gentlemen. thank you very much. >> hello, martin. >> thank you. >> so i just don't know where to begin. mike pence, i think, whether you like him or dislike his policies is a very good speaker. and he had a great moment teed up, but it was nearly muffed by i don't know whether it was a prompter or a lost page. just listen, quickly. >> we get the news this morning revealing, as it is, hillary clinton in remarks that were made in new york city just last night bear repeating. and let me see where someone put them here. take your time. hillary clinton said last night >> take it from a guy who handles a lot of paper.
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when you start to see that shuffling, it's a cue. there's a problem. but he did recover, and he did hammer home the comments that hillary clinton made essentially criticizing half the people who support donald trump. what's your reaction to pence and how he said it and this whole controversy? it seems to be bad for hillary clinton. >> well, i don't think it -- i actually don't think it's on the order of the 47% that pence referenced, and i don't think it's on the order of his reference to barack obama's comments because i think there has been widespread condemnation of a lot of the words that trump himself has used and the words that some of his supporters have used and some of their actions. supporters, surrogates have talked about this for the better part of this campaign cycle. and i think the other part of hillary's comments were missed in what mike pence said, which is that there are americans,
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there are supporters who have a genuine concern about what's happening in the economy today, and that should not be overlooked. but i think it's clear from donald trump himself, who delegitimized this president by suggesting he wasn't born here, there certainly are -- there certainly have been comments from support erers and from the candidate himself -- >> yeah, i got that, and she could have gone after donald trump, but she didn't. she went after donald trump supporters. in some political realm, that's like, you know, you just don't do that. jeffr jeffrey, let me ask you this. pence told dana bash in an exclusive interview that trump reminded him of ronald reagan. does that comment sound like something reagan would have said? >> no. i mean, ronald reagan never attacked his opponents' supporters. he attacked his opponents. i have to say, the hillary clinton remark is very much a freudian slip. this is the party where a
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horrific history of systemic racism overlayed with an unbelievable, in the modern era, elitism, an arrogant elitism. i have no doubt she really absolutely believes this. this is part of the problem, that you've got these folks in washington, d.c., you've got people like hillary clinton, and this goes far beyond hillary clinton, who have a real contempt for the american people, particularly people who live somewhere between manhattan and los angeles. they really can't stand them. i think it slipped, and i think she's going to pay a political price for it. >> i will say this. i don't necessarily agree as strongly as jeffrey just said it, but that could be the impression some people get, that somehow the mask slipped here and she sort of said how she really feels about a certain part of the electorate. >> i don't think so. i take issue with jeffrey's comments about the democrats and
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their sort of neglect of their support. look, i've been a lifelong democrat. i have seen my party elect african-american mayors and an african-american president, on the verge of electing a woman to be president of the united states. so to me, while i know that my party has its problems and we have been pushed to our limits, i am grateful that the party has expanded and has been more inclusive. if you listen to the language issue, if you even go back to our convention, there was a message and have been message of inclusion, something that i think a lot of the detractors, particularly so lly some of the speaking on behalf of the trump campaign, that want top say the democrats are the party of slavery, which jeffrey has said to me several times, i think have not really considered the fact that both the parties and the constituents have changed dramatically over the last century or so. so the point i'm making broadly is that, listen, our party has had its problems, but i think
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the democrats have traditionally and historically been supportive of communities of color, of urban areas, of the disenfranchised. >> i apologize because i used your last name when i spoke to you a minute ago. >> no problem. >> jeffrey, let me get your thoughts on this cnn poll that shows trump supporters more enthusiastic about the election. is that enthusiasm kbap a problem, do you see, for clinton? i'm sure they do see it that way. >> yeah, you know, martin, i have seen this first hand. last month hillary clinton was here in harrisburg. one of the press reports noted she had several hundred, quote/unquote, supporters there. a few days after that, i was with donald trump at a rally right here a few miles from harrisburg, and the place was filled. there were thousands. at least 5,000 people inside, and there were another several thousand people outside who couldn't get in. i can only tell you from talking
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to these people, these people are revved up. they have made this a mission in life. and i do think this is a problem for hillary clinton. >> and i presume that is why -- >> the enthusiasm gap is what i call it. >> and i would say that's probably why you have a whole litany of superstars that are going to be on the campaign trail for hillary clinton in the coming weeks. i'm sorry, i've got to leave it there. thank you both for joining me. i'm sure we're going to talk again. >> thanks, martin. >> you can learn more about donald trump and hillary clinton with cnn's "the essential." both documentaries begin airing tonight at 8:00 eastern time right here on cnn.
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there's cautious enthusiasm around the world for a cease-fire that is hoping to stem the violence in syria. the u.s. and russia announcing a deal which is set to take effect at sundown on monday. it's aimed at putting syria's peace process back on track. cnn international diplomatic editor nic robertson is in geneva where that deal was struck, and he joins us now live with more of the details. how optimistic are we, nic, about this? >> reporter: you know, if you
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listen to what everyone is saying, secretary kerry saying this is, you know, the best chance to turn the situation around, the russians, sergei lavrov standing next to secretary kerry, saying essentially the same thing, that is a potential to change the situation. the u.n. signed on to it. the latest voice we've just heard from, the syrian government, saying they support this agreement, that they say there will be a cessation of fighting in aleppo for humanitarian reasons and that the united states and russia, they say, are going to go after and target isis and al nusra. everyone is kind of putting it in their own term. so we should look at this and say it's a good deal. but on the other hand, there are other issues about it that cause concern. you know, how much pressure is russia really going to be able to put on president assad to hold good to the terms he's committing to? we've seen today in the north of
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the country, somebody has bombed that city from the air. that would either be russian or syrian aircraft, most likely. 24 people have been killed. so you have that happening. on the other hand, a statement from the government saying they support this initiative. okay, the cease-fire doesn't come into effect until monday, but that just kind of gives you a sense of, you know, the lack of trust that's behind all of this and the difficulty going forward. >> nic, of course stopping any of the violence is welcomed, but it's also mentioned that this is designed to get the peace process going again. is there a timetable for that? >> reporter: sure, there's a rough timetable. part of this new deal, there's a seven-day period. after that seven-day period, it's kind of a test period to see if it works. a number of things kick in. but on the ground, military things, for the cessation, monitoring it, enforcing it. however, there's a political track. that happens at the u.n. general assembly in new york. that scheduled in just a couple
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weeks' time. that venue, there's already scheduled a syria meeting. if everything goes to plan with this cessation of violence, the humanitarian access, all of that, then the political track at this meeting in the u.n. general assembly can get some traction, and then it might lay out a framework whereby, hey, you get the syrian government and the opposition back here in geneva, not at the same table, but with the u.n. discussing how they make these agreements, how they make this political transition, all of that. that could be early october, if everything goes to plan. then you're looking at maybe six months of talks, but really, let's not get ahead of ourselves. there is a track. there is a plan. how far we get down it this time, who knows. earlier in the year, same track, same plan, got about two months down the road and just fizzled out, marty. >> yeah, and it begins sunset monday, correct? >> reporter: indeed, sunset monday. the beginning of the religious
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just moments ago, donald trump's running mate, indiana governor mike pence, taking aim at hillary clinton after she called half of trump supporters, quote, a basket of deplorables. take a listen. >> so let me just say from the bottom of my heart, hillary, they are not a basket of anything. they are americans, and they deserve your respect. no one with a record of failure at home and abroad, no one with her avalanche of dishonesty and corruptions, and no one with that low opinion of the american people should ever be elected president of the united states of america. we must decide here and now that hillary clinton will never be president of this great nation. >> cnn's scott mclain is at that summit. i'm wondering what people are saying.
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i imagine you've gotten an earful. >> reporter: you bet, martin. you heard mike pence speak there. he afterwards went on to compare these latest comments from hillary clinton to comments that barack obama made in 2008 saying that some republicans cling to guns and religion. he obviously took a lot of heat for that comment. some other republicans are comparing it to mitt romney's comments back in 2012, his infamous 47% comments. now, hillary clinton may have been using this to really rally her base, but it seems to have the unintended consequence of really riling up donald trump's base here as well. the people i've spoke to, some are offended, some think that clinton is just trying to get her -- or trying to galvanize her own supporters, but all of them said the comments are just wrong. listen. >> i think that's a horrible thing to say. i can't think of any more divisive rhetoric from a candidate who has complained about divisive rhetoric in the campaign. >> it's offensive.
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she is offensive. what she said is offensive. of course. >> she's trying to build herself up. she's trying to make this about trump and his racist mistakes rather than her e-mail scandal and the fact she should be in jail right now. she's trying to change the narrative. >> reporter: and martin, just to hammer things home here, the host actually played clinton's comments for this audience after mike pence spoke. there were a few boos, but mostly it was just silence. obviously people not really impressed with secretary clinton. now, for her part, she doesn't have any public events today, so we don't know exactly what she'll say about this, but at least her campaign or traveling press secretary on twitter didn't seem to be backing away from the comments. >> i'm wondering, scott, did anybody make a mention, there seemed to be a paper shuffle and a long pause as mike pence tried to find the exact words of secretary clinton. that apparently didn't matter.
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>> reporter: yeah, people seemed to laugh about his sort of mess-up there. it actually didn't seem to me at least that he ended up finding the quote. that's why i think they really made a point afterwards of playing it for everyone, hoping that this becomes that 47% moment or that guns and religion moment back in 2008. >> yeah, i'm sure that is what they're hoping for. scott mclean, thank you for joining us. still to come, joe biden, he says donald trump doesn't realize the consequences of what he says. the vice president opening up about the election and the republican nominee next. look at all these purchases you made with your airline credit card. hold on...you only got double miles on stuff you bought from that airline? let me show you something better. the capital one venture card. with venture, you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase... not just...(dismissively) airline purchases. every purchase. everywhere. every day.
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opening up about the presidential election and what he thinks about republican nominee donald trump in an interview with yahoo! news. biden explains the impact of trump's praise of russian president vladimir putin. >> well, there's nothing wrong with having a candid, direct relationship where you know where you agree and you know where you don't agree and you decide, can you work in this area and you can't work here. what is wrong is praising the guy because he's popular, not knowing he's already invaded ukraine and taken a big chunk of ukraine called crimea. as you know, i travel a lot around the world, over a million miles. when i go, the president sends me because everybody knows i speak for him. there's nothing lost between the cup and the lip. i spend more time, katie, reassuring heads of state, no, no, no, no, no, trump doesn't
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speak for the united states or the republican party on whether or not he'll honor a nato commitment in the baltic states when he said he's not sure, he'd check and see if they'd paid their dues. he doesn't understand his words, the words of a major party candidate have consequences. >> biden was also asked about recent poll numbers showing trump closing the gap with clinton. >> first of all, his numbers are terrible. now, you can point out hillary's aren't as strong as they should be, but -- >> they're neck and neck in many recent polls, in many key states. >> that i don't -- i think in the toss-up states, i don't believe it's nearly as close as some of the polls say. here's the point. my grandpop used to have an expression. people don't focus until after the world series. i think they focus after labor day. people are now just beginning to make a choice they don't even want to make.
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they look at the dysfunction in the congress. they're frustrated. they're angry. people are going to have to make clear decisions, and i think they're just coming to it. so i don't think the polls mean much right now. i really don't. >> biden also told katie couric, he thinks he would have made a good president, but he has faith in hillary clinton and still plans to be engaged in politics in the future. all right. now to the . >> now to the presidential candidates, evidence that optics do matter. hillary clinton holding a news conference, strongly similar to an official white house appearance, standing in front of pillars and american flags. breana keeler has more on the impact of the image of the 2016 race. >> hillary clinton is showcasing her commander-in-chief credentials, meeting with a bipartisan group of national security experts. >> i asked him to join me for a
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candid conversation about some of the post-challenging issues facing our country. >> among those at the meeting, former cia director and retired general david petraeus and michael chertoff, george w. bush's homeland secretary. after the meeting in a carefully staged event designed to focus on a white house microphone, hillary clinton came to the microphone to once again blast donald trump. >> this becomes more and more of a reality television show. it's not a serious presidential campaign and it is beyond one's imagination to have a candidate for president praising a russian autocrat like vad vad. >> but with north korea's test of another nuclear weapon, clinton is in a political bind, trump saying earlier her evidence as secretary of state was a failure. clinton condemned the test and
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says the united states must be separated from north korea. >> we are not going to let anyone who is a treaty allie and partner of ours be threatened and we are not going to let north korea pursue a nuclear ballistic missile capacity to deliver it to the united states territory. >> that is absolutely a bottom line. >> clinton's running mate tim kaine is accusing trump of showing a shocking level of disrespect for president obama in praising russia's pratt vad vad. >> he's been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. >> you don't know the difference between leadership and dictatorship, then where do i start with you? >> reporter: the clinton campaign is out with a new ad, emphasizing the importance of democrats and republicans working together. >> guess how we got health care for 8ple kids, rebuilt new york city after 9/11 and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we got to bring people together.
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that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. >> reporter: the national archives, which runs the clinton library says it found 59 pictures of hillary clinton in 1994 at a frund raiser donald trump attended. they're not going to release them. they say they are protected as personal information. breana keeler, cnn, walk. >> be sure to watch the state of the union, tomorrow, sunday, there will be an exclusive interview with hillary clinton. that's tomorrow morning 9:00 a.m. eastern time. ahead, galcy 7 owners, listen up, power down, now this has issues of a voluntary recall. we will explain everything you need to know. next. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece
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it could be chronic dry eye. go to myeyelove.com and feel the love. >> if you have a samsung galcy 7 note, some of these are being charged. samsung now recalling millions of the devices, let's bring if rachel crane. she have they narrowed down what the problem is? >> martin, first of all, $2.5 million sold a couple weeks ago. so far, they have identified 35
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cases of these phones either catching on fire, meling, exploelding as you saw in those images. samsung said the culprit is a lithium ion battery that powers the devices. they issued a voluntary recall. now the u.s. government is getting involved. the consumer product safety commission put out a statement saying when these batteries overheat and burst, the results can be serious. this is why the u.s. product safety consumers to power them down and stop charging or using the devices, also, samsung, the manufacturer of the phone, putting on a statement saying your safety is of the utmost concern, we ask you to power down your galaxy note 17 and exchange it now. we strongly encourage you to
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take advantage of the exchange program. can you go into your local samsung or local carriere and exchange the phone or get a refund. >> rachel crane, thank you very much. a serious note. spread the note if you know someone who has the galcy 7. >> here's what's coming up, the man that shot ronald reagan in an assassination attempt is now a free man and it's a photo police want you to see. wheel explain why ahead. the next hour starts right now. >>. >> hello, thanks for joining me. i'm martin savidge. hillary clinton ensults donald trump's campaign. not the candidate, himself. some of his supporters claiming half of them fall into quote the basket of deplorables. last hour, trump's running mate mikes i mike pence fired back at
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the voter summit in walk. >> we get the news this morning revealing as it is hillary clinton in remarks that were made in new york city just last night bear repeating. and let me see where someone put them here. take your time hillary clinton said last night, at a big fund raiser in new york city, that the american people, the millions of americans that are supporting my running mate were described in the most deplorable of terms. it's extraordinary to thinkf

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