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why are we giving so much aid already to south sudan? it's because of that. >> thanks pho george clooney. i turn you over to wolf blitzer who is joined by mike pence in the situation room. thanks for watching. happening now, breaking news. transparency questions. hillary clinton has a case of pneumonia, keeping off the campaign trail and raising questions about why this wasn't disclosed until well after. . apparently she said half of his supporters fall into a basket of
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deplor ashl. new questions about donald trump's charitable foundation and why he hasn't. stunning new video captures what authorities say is an act of arson against the florida ma arsonist. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in the situation room. let's get to the breaking news. hillary clinton is staying home sick off the campaign trail a day after cutting her visit short to new york's ground zero with a dizzy spell all caught on camera. hours later her campaign announced clinton has pneumonia and is planning to release more medical information this week. while clinton's campaign is
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saying she'll release her medical records, trump is soon releasing his own. hillary clinton's comment that his supporters represent a basket of deplorables. he said, clinton immediately demonized. bigotry in trump's campaign and surveillan surveillance. . video shows the man arriving on a motorcycle, approaching the mosque with paper and a bottle of liquid, then fleeing when a fire is i go natured. mike pence, and.
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changes not focusing in on her health. let's get the latest from our correspondent, an na keeler. >> reporter: hillary clinton insulted half of donald trump supporters and she's only taken back half her statement. hillary clinton backtracking after saying this at a ritzy manhattan fundraiser. >> you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deplorables. the racist, sexist, islam. >> she later said she didn't say
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them with concern. she has no concern for the american voter. >> trump has already capitalized on the comments. >> people like you, you and you. >> reporter: meanwhile, clinton is out of sight, resting up as she recovers from pneumonia. her doctor diagnosed her friday, days after a coughing fit was explained away as seasonable allergies. >> every time i think about trump, i get allergic. >> but friday's uhre. after clinton paid a visit to h
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her. the house psychological. >> i say she does not have to stand there and be a good president. >> she doesn't have the strength or the stamina to make america. >> clinton, subdued. even if he. she was coughing very, very badly a week arpg, and if you're not going to see that, we look forward to her getting better. i look forward to seeing her in the debate. >> trump is now batting away claims from seizuurrogates that never recovered from a blood clot in her skull and brain. >> the reality is that there is the extent she's been diagnosed with. there are no other undisclosed conditions. there was nothing yesterday that was caused by or regaled.
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she did twitter and said, like anyone who has ever been home sick from work, i'm just anxious to get back out there. see you on the trail soon. >> thank you very much for reporting. joining us now, the republican vice presidential nominee, mike pence. thank you for joining us, governor, in the situation room. >> good to be back. >> i want to get so several issues, including national security. let's talk about something very important to the american public, public trance donald trump said those numbers later in the week.
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why not just go the his strep a and. let me first say, as doi look fd to a quick recovery, look forward to seeing her back on the campaign trail. i think the american people have the right to know, and donald trump in the days ahead will be releasing his information from the recent physical and providing that information available to the public. i think both candidates should do that. i think that's in the public interest. >> do you think he'll go as far as john mccain did eight years ago when he released yerz of his medical conditions on health reports and allowed reporters and journalists and dr. sanjay gupta spent hours at the.
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>> i think we'll see -- i think donald trump has made it clear he just happened to have his mo most. but i can tell you, having campaigned, and the last couple months here, he is a man who is vigorous, and with campaign at least once a week. i'm very confident as that information comes forward, the american people will see confirmed that this is a man who does have the energy and physical ability and stamina to be president of the united states. >> with all due respect. these are people. don't we deserve to know a lot more? >> i think we will know a lot
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more. >> in the days ahead here, that that information will be made available. and. our focus in this campaign is not on the health of my running mate or even the health of the democratic nominee. . the american people are just shocked at the statements hillary clinton made. >> we're going to get to that. >> do you believe hillary clinton is healthy enough to get to president of the united states. . he'll know it from donald trump. donald trump has made it very cle clear. many back home in indiana over the weekend. the american people are really focused on the issues, and the
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fact that. hillary clinton went to health clubs in new york and literally call called. >> trump could have simply released the results on his physical last week or his multiple records over the years? sg >> i think he's going to provide the latest on his self, pab, the organization in new york about what they choose to do on you to with. this is a man who is vigorous and healthy and ener jet i cget will be a great president of the united states. >> was rudy giuliani appearing to be referring to windows, a
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lot of trbz. let me wish hillary clinton well. we're praying for a swift re. the issues in this election are so important to the american people and the choice couldn't be more clear. we'll leave it that. >> just our focus is on our campaign. we're reaching more and more americans every day. i'm here in washington, d.c. and i'll be meeting the top advisers. >> he's a great friend, and meez a. we wish hillary clinton well, we're praying for her.
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we're dr we're ready to compete. >> tax returns. hillary clinton has released more than 20 years of her tax returns. donald trump hasn't released any of his tax returns, and i understand the past few years he's still under audit, that's why he says he's not going to release it, but under 2008. >> we don't. there's a lot the american public, i'm sure you would agree, you released your tax for ten years. >> i do, and so does donald trump. he's made it routine after the years that are current and
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they're relevant. i want to know this guy a little bit first. >> well, i think the american public also wants to know where 3,000 e-mails where you sw. >> a lot of people have suggested that sounds like an excuse for not. the irs itself says trump is under no obligation to not release that information. he can do so even as the audit continues. nixon did it. >> right. he's also under no obligation to release his tax returns. i know it's becoming a situation. >> the report the other day when i was at the reagan library.
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reag reagan. you'll be interested to know that donald trump and i and other candidates in this will release his tax returns when it is the appropriate time. >> he could evaluate that when countless lawyers are telling him about the audit. he could at the minimum release the amount of income he had, the set of taxes he paid, the amount of charitable excuses. sdplz i think the commitment donald trump has made is that when the internal audit is done, he'll remove it by. he's lived in the public eye for a long time. he's totally been transparent
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about what the law requires in those federal filings. the routine will be out. i know members of the media are not very interested in this. i don't hear a lot of people on the trump as i was with jekd. more and more americans are being drawn to this. >> we're not going to get any information about his taxes until the audit is complete, including earlier years when those audits were complete? >> i think that's the right answer, but again, i just want to tell you, this is not what the american people are talking about. i respect the role of the media. you know i have throughout my career in asking all the tough questions. but i think the american people are concerned about their future. they're concerned about a struggling economy, about a 1%
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rate of growth in the last quarter. there is a lot of people hurting out there. >> obviously there is a lot of huge issues. we're going to get to some of them in a moment. but a lot of focus has been on the clinton foundation. there is also a charitable foundation called the donald j. trump charitable foundation. the lengthy story in the "washington post," i guess since 2008, to this charitable foundation, donald trump actually hasn't given any of his own money. this is money that came in from sitters and then how much chairty does you feel -- >> this is a man who has given away tens of millions of his business life. >> a lot of people say we bl believe you, but show us some
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evidence. sdp >> i'll show you evidence. i was in a car in new orleans, leaving a church who were working with folks who had been displaced in the terrible flooding in wisconsin. >> i would leave you to them. i'm not many. he made a commitment and followed through on it a week layer. there's why created. i'm very, very proud of their charitable record. >> let's get into this whole issue that hillary clinton raised the other night when she spoke about the basket of deplorables. she said that half in her initial statement, she said, to be grossly generalistic, you can put half of trump supporters into what i call the --
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genophobic, islamophobic, you name it. later she said she regretted half. it wasn't shf. david duke, for example, some other white nationalists would f fit. >> as i have said, i'm not sure why the media keeps dropping david duke's name. we don't want his support and we don't want the support of people who think -- >> you had called him deplorable. >> no, i'm not in the name-kulg business, what you did. the millions of people who support donald trump are not a
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bat kes of anything and had he respect -- >> she said she regretted saying half. she said half, obviously, but she's walked that path. >> well, did she walk it back? >> she said she regretted it. >> she said she regretted saying half. so what was it, 40%? she has insulted millions of americans. and her answer to that is to regret the math that she used. she has not apologized for this statement, she has not retracted this statement, and i really question her ability to run this country and reach out to americans having expressed this statement and not apologize for it with qualifications. i have to tell you, i'm out
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campaigning each and every day. the people supporting donald trump across the country are hard-working moms, and for her to make this sweeping generalization in front of a group of wealthy donors at a barbra streisand fundraiser in new york city is deeply offensive to millions of americans. i have to tell you that i thought it was an extraordinarily low moment. whoever is president of the united states is president of all of america, and she expressed contempt for millions of people in this country who simply want to make america great again. >> but you know that donald trump himself over the past year and a half has expressed contempt for all sorts of people out there with mexican americans, muslims. he said the other day, on august 19, he said sometimes in the heat of debate and speaking on a
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multitude of issues, you don't choose the right words or you say the wrong thing. i have done that, and believe it or not, i regret it and i do regret it, particularly when it may have caused personal pain. what was he talking about? which specific things did he say that he regrets? >> you would have to ask him about that. he has a big heart. he cares about people. >> have you asked him about that? >> i won't tell you my private conversations. >> what he said about the gold star family, for example? >> what hillary clinton did friday night, whatever there might be an effort by her supporte supporters. she literally stood in front of a group of wealthy donors in new york city and said you can put half of donald trump supporters in a basket of deplorables. >> you have a problem with some
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of the things that the vice president said, you are very unhappy about what he said about a band of muslims. you said he was unconstitutional. those were your words. >> i disagreed with the policy point and i said it at the time. but i strongly support donald trump's call to suspend immigration from countries compromised by terror. >> you want hillary clinton to spell out and express regret, apologize for her comment. should donald trump be held to the same standard? >> look, and let's -- her running mate said she didn't need to apologize at all on saturday. >> she formally didn't apologize, she just expressed regrets. >> that's what i'm saying. hillary clinton did not apologize for insulting millions of people who rallied behind the campaign. >> not being a hero, he spent six years as a p.o.w., stuff like that. we all know the controversial things he said. would it be appropriate at this point as a gesture to say, you
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know what, i apologize. >> but you cannot draw a distinction between things that were said in the heat of the moment and a prepared speech in front of wealthy donors. this is not the first time she used this. she used it again and again. we've been around this process a long time. this was intentional. there was forethought to it, and it was an extraordinary insult to millions of americans. i'm out there on the campaign trail. the people that are drawn to this campaign, republicans, independents, many democrats, are drawn because they believe this country can be stronger at home and abroad again. they're weary of the administration of president obama that has weakened our economy. they're drawn to that strong shoulder of donald trump, and to be subject to this kind of demeaning statement is just simply beyond the pale. and they should apologize and retract the entire statement.
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>> should donald trump apologize to president obama for suggesting he's not -- he wasn't born in the united states? you know he was born in hawaii. everybody knows he was born in hawaii. we've all seen the birth certificate. but to this day, dr. ben says he should apologize, kelly conway says the same thing. should he publicly just say to the president once and for all, sorry, i know you were born in hawaii? >> we're just not talking about that issue. it's a four-year-old issue. it's not what the american people are talking about, it really isn't. this is the greatest privilege in my life to be running as vice president of the united states. i'm traveling all over this country. i was on the west coast yesterday, florida this week, virginia over the weekend. the american people are coming together. this is a movement coming behind donald trump because they know we can be stronger, we can be more prosperous, we can keep more faith with the principles
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in the constitution as scalia did in his time in the supreme court, and we can have someone in the oval office who will maintain the highest level of integrity in the highest office in the land. those are all the reasons. >> it would be a nice gesture if he were to do that, since you believe he was born in hawaii, right? >> of course. of course. but look, there are so many things. i have to tell you, it is just not what people are are talking about. it seems some days like the whole world is spinning apart. we hope and we pray that the cease fire in syria holds, however tenuous, even at this very hour. this economy is struggling. americans are ahurting. donald trump is building support all across this country more every day because he's talking about what the american people are talking about. >> let's talk about those national security foreign policy issues. first of all, i don't know if you saw this post that were put
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out that israel doesn't want settlements in the west bank. he posted the video and said, "no jews." he said this was ethical cleansing. powerful words. do you agree with benjamin netanyahu? >> i strongly support the leadership of benjamin netanyahu. and i strongly support the issue of israel. we will stand with israel in a trump-pence administration. >> because they say if israelis continue to build settlements on the west bank, it questions their intentions of the west bank and would make it impossible for there to be a two-state revolution. >> i think what's in the interest of peace in the region is that america's commitment to israel be unambiguous. and quite frankly, since the days of the last clinton administration when we slipped into the role of being an honest
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broker in the region, we spent mixed signals in various administrations. donald trump and i will stand four-square shoulder to shoulder with the jewish state of israel and the american people can count on that in this administration. >> north korea, another issue right now. donald trump has said in the past he will speak with kim jong-unif he were to visit the united states, but he also said it's up to china. he said china can solve this problem in one day. so what is it, talk to kim jong-un, have china do it? where do you and donald trump stand on this crisis right now with north korea? >> well, i think the nuclear test, the firing the three ballistic missiles during the g20, it's the kind of provocation we've grown accustomed to from the regime in north korea. but donald trump is exactly right. north korea operates within the sphere and under the enormous
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influence of china. and sitting down with china and explaining to them that we need them to step up and lean in and make it very, very clear that these provocations are no longer acceptable, leaving aside the repression of its people, will be a very, very important part of foreign policy in that region. >> so if you're vice president and he's president, i know you shared the foreign committee for a decade when you were in the house, what will it be, have china deal with this, or would the u.s. take initiative and talk with kim jong-un? >> i think that would be a decision for the president to make and i would strongly support the president's decision. i don't know if it needs to be an either/or. the thing that i think is very appealing to millions of americans with donald trump is he knows how to make a deal. you saw a lot of people in the media were shocked. here's donald trump who has
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taken some very strong stands to mexico, yet he was able to go to mexico city and sit down with president nieto, have a discussion about common interests and come home. i guarantee you a president donald trump will engage people around the world, he will engage it with incredible strength and we'll find a way to secure this country and our allies. >> let's talk about putin, the president of russia. donald trump has said nice things about putin. you yourself said putin is a stronger leader in russia than president obama is here in the united states. you've caused some heartburn among some of your fellow republicans who have said some pretty tough things about putin, like speaker of the house paul ryan. explain exactly. pence positi -- the pence position and the trump position because it's caused a lot of confusion as if you're saying things about a guy who has taken over parts of ukraine and maybe even
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interfered in u.s. domestic politi politics. >> my record on denouncing president putin is knowledge and that's all very clear. when donald trump and i said the small and bullying president of russia was stronger on the world stage than president barack obama and hillary clinton in her tenure, that was not an endorsement of vladimir putin. that was an indictment of the weak and feckless leadership that president obama and secretary clinton had brought to the world stage. the american political system is superior to the russian political system in every way. we just simply need a president of the united states who will command the respect of the world and lead with american strength, and that will be donald trump. >> i just heard you say stuff about putin. i never heard donald trump say things about putin. are we on the same page when it
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comes to brandishing vladimir putin, as you who said we have strong unitarian restraint. he's invaded ukraine and crimea. but what you have in donald trump is someone who will take the world as it comes. what you hear him saying is that he's willing to engage foreign leaders. i mean, the very cease fire that we are watching tenuously right now was brokered because the united states of america was willing to sit down with russia, give secretary kerry credit for sitting down with his counterpart and saying to the russians, you need to bring this to the table, we bring the insurgents to the table and work out a cease fire so humanitarian aid can flow. what you hear donald trump saying is not that we're turning
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a blind eye to the realities around vladimir putin, but it says he is the president of that nation. er going to deal with him and we're going to deal with him in a forthright way to advance the state of the united states of america. how about russia finding it way to destroy isis at its source and make both of oufr nalgsz safer? >> let's get to some economic issues critically important to the american people. i know we don't have a lot of time. janet yellen. the subject came up with donald trump this morning on cnbc. he suggested keeping interest rates low for political reasons to help hillary clinton be nominated as president of the united states. do you agree with that? >> i think it's interesting we continue to keep interest rates low. it shows a prosperity in the
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market and wall street, but it's not hitting main street. the reality is, for whatever the motivation of the federal reser reserve, there is this masking of some fundamental problems in the american economy that the american people are feeling each and every day. i really do believe that the millions of americans who are rallying to this cause are rallying to the fact that you've got this clear-eyed businessman who looks at a 1% american economy and says, that's not good enough. i'm not here to judge or to speculate, but there is simply no question that the willingness of the federal reserve to make any adjustment whatsoever has created a climate where, frankly, the hedge fund managers and the stock brokers do really well, the stock market stays inflated because essentially it's -- we need a plamp such as.
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that's what will get the economy moving again. >> i know you're preparing for your vice presidential debate against tim k. donald trump said maybe there shouldn't be any mod rarts in these presidential debates because they could be rigged, very unfair. earlier he thought the moderators were fair that were chosen for the presidential debate. is he okay with the moderators? is he going to go forward with the debates? i know you talked to him about this. >> i talk to donald trump every day, sometimes twice a day. look, i think he's looking forward to the debates, but the idea of just being on the stage squaring off. we talk about hillary clinton
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serving the same obama term, weakening our economy, and obser trump's plan to build our economy, make america great again. i think donald trump will be the next president of the united states. >> you'll meet with members of congress tomorrow. what is your message to them? >> my message is there is tremendous mementum. we're either tried straight ahead or. my word to them is bring home a victory at the white house but to make sure we reelect majorities in the house and senate and we're going to par partner with them every day we can until this comes about. i hope to meet with my own
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senator dan coates and i'll be meeting with senators at their policy luncheon. it's a great honor for me to come back. i have a whole lot more people walking with me these days, but it will be good to be back with ladies and gentlemen and serve our country with such sincerity. >> mike pence, thank you for joining me. good luck out there on the campaign trail. >> thank you. let's take a quick break. we have a lot to assess. we'll continue our special coverage right after this. doesn't stay on the track, learn on the track,
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moments ago said people have the right to know about both presidential candidates' health. he also previously slammed hillary clinton for using the phrase "basket of deplorables" for describing trump supporters. she backtracked from that later, saying she expressed regret referring to half of those supporters as a basket of deplorables. gloria, what do you think? >> i think mike pence is a great running mate, i will tell you that. i think he is the best defender of donald trump. i think he was clearly here today to go on the attack on the basket of deplorables, which he called deeply offensive, and he also told you that anyone with that low of an opinion of the american people should never hold the highest office. it's clear that this campaign wants to take that mistake to another level and say that
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hillary clinton has basically said what mitt romney said about the 47%, that she has written off half of the american electorate. >> to gloria's point, too, the fact that he was able to defend donald trump or at least try to divert your way from all the tough questions about donald trump in a way where he didn't give an answer was amazing in some ways. it was politically amazing how he was able to defer on issues such as the birther, on putin, on the issue of deplorable. he said he's not in the name-calling business, yet he also said we don't want david duke's support. mike pence really, when you look back at the people that donald trump could have as his running mate, mike pence really could turn out to be his best choice because he's very good at defending him. >> david, what do you think?
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>> i agree with everything my colleagues have said here, i do think he's a skilled practiced interviewer in the conversation with you. i do think he deliberately did not want to label david duke deplorable. he didn't want to associate himself with that word because they want that word to belong to hillary clinton and nobody else and they don't want any confusion in that. even though he repeated that trump has disavowed david duke and declined his support, he wouldn't label him that way. that is sure to generate some headline out of this interview. the other thing i think was clear, though, mike pence, as good of a defender of donald trump as he is, he is also always aware of his own political future, and so there are certain things he wants to make sure he preserves for himself. such as he's happy to talk about why he thought it was important to release his taxes, but when you asked him whether or not trump should subscribe to the pence standard, he gave a little laugh and sort of brushed that off and once again used that
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comment about the audit. he is doing things that preserve for himself a political future while also trying to defend trump. >> i also think mike pence in that interview showed the difficulty of capitalizing on what hillary clinton said about the basket of deplorables and half of his supporters being that, which is in order to really say if you are for donald trump that what she said is terrible and that she's painting half of his supporters as racist or islamophobes or genophobic, you need to defend in pretty strong terms that the area that's deplorable is a tiny, welcome sliver, and even with mike pence, as he tried to do that, you saw that it was very difficult. not only that a number of questions you asked him, do you agree with rudy giuliani on the health? do you think that hillary clinton is healthy? what will donald trump release when it comes to his health records? he didn't have very
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straightforward answers for you, and i think that is a problem when you are the running mate and there are so many things that you really -- i mean, while he was able to skate around some things, he really could not fully back up his candidate on a number of things. >> let's take the other side of it as brianna is saying, which is, on the charitable donations which you pushed him on given the "washington post" reporting today, he says he's given to charity. we don't know. >> tens of millions. >> we don't know. why don't we know? because he hasn't released his taxes. his answer on the taxes is he's doing what the law requires, all right, and he's disclosed on his election documents. but he didn't defend him -- you know, when you were pushing him, he can't defend not releasing his tax returns because he
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hasn't releashas released his own tax returns as a governor, et cetera. those questions still remain out there, and what he does is deflects. he's very practiced at deflecting. >> one thing that really struck me on the issue of birther and donald trump leading the effort. people are not talking about it. we are talking about it, you know. so to gloria's point, that whole interview was him trying to deflect you pressing him, you pressing him. what was really interesting was the rudy giuliani comment when you tried to press him on it and you said, look, i don't know. and then you moved on. >> you said, you don't think he's born in hawaii, and he said, of course not. but his candidate hasn't voiced that. >> it's hard to defend someone, which he was trying to do, when they behave in a very different way. when mike pence behaves to a very different standard, it's a
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we're following breaking fews. the republican vice presidential nominee mike pence it willing me that people have a right to know about both presidential candidates' health. we're back with our political experts. david, he was very nice to hillary clinton, wishing her well. >> no doubt about that. he was following the lead of donald trump this morning who
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did the same thing. notice how serious they are when speaking about really wanting her to get betting and seeing her back on the campaign trail. their sober tone adds to the seriousness of the issue, of course. i don't think that's by mistake. the other thing that's clear, as you noted, mike pence talked about donald trump saying he's going to release more information. we know from hillary clinton's campaign, more information. so we are going to get more health information about both candidates who are near record in terms of their age, than we've had to kate. we're going to get more. >> we don't know how much more. what we don't know about donald trump is he had a physical. will we just get the results of a physical, or will we have more complete medical records. we to this date have more on hillary clinton's health,
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certainly, than we do on donald trump's. but even she is going to release more, because she has much more of a complex medical history. so we're not quite sure how much transparency we're going the get. >> perhaps someone will intervene and it will be a more serious letter without such hyperbole. >> think i what mike pence did today -- >> you know, he can't really call for more disclosure on hillary clinton's health, because a, donald trump hasn't disclosed anything. and b, when you raise the word "disclosure," you then have to go to other things that should be disclosed, as in tax returns. >> the clinton campaign is acknowledging they made some
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serious mistakes over the past few days in not immediately disclosing that hillary clinton has pneumonia. >> i think what they mostly feel or the campaign is saying they made a mistake on is that initial statement on sunday that she was dehydrated and overheated. and then what we learned later is that he was pneumonia. so it came out in these drips and drabs. i think ideally they would have liked to have said on tuesday she had pneumonia. what i'm trying to get to the bottom of, and i noticed some of the campaign staffers are evasive, how many of them knew she had pneumonia? tim kaine said he spoke to her about it on sunday. so her running mate was unaware she had pneumonia until we were aware. >> we heard earlier from her press secretary that the senior
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staff was told on friday that the doctor in this particular case -- >> how senior staff, though? >> the press secretary said he knew. >> and the explanation seems to be power through. she wanted to power through it, which is something we can all relate to. >> everybody stay with us. a lot more coming up, including donald trump. he tears into hillary clinton for calling some of his supporters a basket of deplorables. can you clinton is backing down only slightly. will it make a difference to voters? at your desk? now, with one talk from verizon... hi, pete. i'm glad you called. (announcer vo) all your phones can work together on one number. you can move calls between phones, so conversations can go where you go. take your time. i'm not going anywhere. (announcer vo) and when you're not available, one talk helps find the right person who is. hi, john. (announcer vo) so wherever work takes you, you can put your customers first. introducing one talk-- another way verizon connects your business better.
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liberty mutual insurance. happening now. breaking news. health scare. new questions about hillary clinton's physical condition after she falls ill and stumbles as she's forced to leave an event. only afterward does the campaign disclose she has pneumonia. now she and donald trump are saying they'll release more health information. what will it reveal? basket of deplorables. donald trump is demanding an apology from hillary clinton and highlighting clinton's remark in an attack ad. mosque fire. an arson attack on the build bring the orlando nightclub attacker once prayed. and worst case scenario. warnings another


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