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nine days to go until the next presidential debate but
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will one of the candidates refuse to show up. this is "cnn tonight," i'm don lemon. donald trump tells patrick healey "new york times," he wants to do the next debate but he insists his microphone has to be fixed, blaming 50% of his problems on the mic and he says he has no reggets about his twitter rant against alicia market. and a guide for unaroused voters, and "new york times" reporter patrick heal,ey, joinig us by phone, and allen, as well. patrick, you interviewed donald trump tonight. he's had a rough week. what did he say? >> yeah, the sort of headlines don, hi he has no regrets about taking on alicia machado that she's not a girl scout and he went to twitter to point that out and to sort of make these
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kind of arguments against her and you know without any evidence sort of citing some kind of participation in a sex tape, but basically saying that ms. clinton is using alicia machado to basic cle -- ally bo into a corner and he's sort of pushing back into a broader way saying this is something that ms. clinton does, she sort of uses women for her own political ends, and i asked him about that and he said about ms. clinton, she's nasty, but i can be nastier than she can ever be, really sort of tough spot, and criticized the clinton marriage and going after that and sort of intimating that he might bring that up at the next debate. and then i sort of pushed him on his own marriages and kind of the stand that he's taking apparently as kind of an arbitor
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of values and marriage, and infidelity had never been a problem in his marriages, that this is something he didn't want to discuss and he'd never discuss you know his past sort of marital history but it was never a problem and he just sort of kept pushing back on the clintons as -- especially bill clinton as a level far beyond anything he did. >> all right. allen, what's going on here? what's your reaction to this? >> it's amazing he would say in if fidelity was never a problem and was asked a hundred questions about his infidelity. >> and in a deposition. >> you can only plead the fifth amendment if your answer would tend to incriminate you that is subject you to criminal punishment. new york has a statute on the
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books -- still does -- to commit adultery, and almost never enforced her commit forncasion, but he refused answer 97 questions. you would think if he never engaged in infidelity, he would have said i have never engaged. here we have a man twice married, twice divorced, who is lecturing the people about the sanctity of marriage, it's going to back fire. >> i have to and you this, because republicans have asked him and the campaign to steer clear of this sort of strategy, even newt gingrich was asked on hannity about this particular issue and this twitter storm. >> and i think what trump has to understand is he's either got to say i've got to be me or i've got to be president. they're not the same song. he's got to become much more disciplined. for a while there i thought he really turned a corner.
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this last week i think has been frankly a lost week, a week which has hurt him, which has shaken his own supporters, and you can't tweet at 3:00 in the morning, period. there's no excuse ever, not if you're going to be president of the united states. >> he should pretend to be something else so we elect him president and then he can be the real me. that's a hell of an argument from winning surrogates. >> newt gingrich was potential vice president. why is he saying this at least a candidate to be in this administration and the trump administration? why is he saying this -- in public, and do you think his advisors -- donald trump's advisors are serving him well right now? >> i think a lot of the outside advisors like newt gingrich got a look at what's going on in the campaign and they're feeling a lot of frustration, because i think there was a feeling donald trump did have a good three or
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four weeks. the polls started tightening. into the debate.e, and he went - he had what he saw is a good sort of half an hour and he started taking ms. clinton's bait over and over and newt gingrich saw that happening, got very frustrated and donald trump instead of coming out of the debate and saying, hey, the first general election debate i've ever been in, everybody can improve, you know let's think about that, he was so implicate on declaring that he won the debate. he repeat toded it over, and ov again, citing these unscientific online polls and then the idea that sort of hillary clinton was shoving down his throat, alicia machado, and making him look like a sexist,sexist, mysognist. we find ourselves on day five,
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he's still bringing up this issue, and look at this, and they're like what are you doing. your you doing this. it's not just that it's un-presidential. it's how does this help you win the presidency? >> winning the presidency, what does this tell us about what kind of president he would be? he wouldn't listen to advisors, he would allow his own personal peak to trump over the needs of the country. if he were dealing with some other international leader and the secretary said you have to calm down, the real trump would calm down. i don't think the issue is he electable, it's how would he govern as a president and he's showing us that. >> are you a debate coach? >> not really but i've done a lot of these debate preps. >> being someone who does this, there's gala poll -- are you a debate coach?
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>> i used to be a debate coach. >> in college, yeah. >> so let me ask you this then. hang on, patrick. let's put up this poll. it finds clinton won the debate by huge margin, 61% to trump's 27%, and there's cnn poll, which was taken after the debate, very similar, 67% in the cnn one. what would you advise him to do next? >> watch the first 15 minutes and go back and do what you did first 15 minutes. he did a very good job. now, i don't think either candidate helped educate the american public about the relationship between nafta and various trade deals and our pocket book, but he certainly tied and a tie for him is a major victory, because expectations are too low. so from appear, get familiar with what's going to happen and do what did you in the first 15 minutes. but don't let yourself be tempted to go off the rails. >> let's dig into your reporting that you just -- patrick he'ale is on the phone with the "new york times" this evening, right,
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patrick? >> yep. >> so today, the presidential commission on debates said this regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding donald trump's audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall, not on television. is he laying the groundwork -- and i'm sure you talked to him about it -- to back out of the next debate? >> well, i asked him that point-blank, i said are you going to bow out of the next debate, sort of because of the mic problem and he said i want to do the next debate, i want to do the next debate, and i asked him, does it give you pause, you know, that he basically suggested someone was backstage mod waiti modulating his volume on his mic, and didn't say the word sab to tsabitage. what he was doing don is really sort of screwing with expectations. i mean, his sort of the rewriting of the first debate is
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that he quote spent 50% of my thought process end quote on dealing with the mic. >> this is friday, the debate was monday. he went to the spin room on monday night after the debate. why are we just hearing about this on friday? >> well, he did talk about the mic. he did talk about the mic earlier in the week, and hillary clinton got that question on her plane and said if someone's complaining about the mic, they're losing, or something to that effect. i could what he's doing is he's grabbing the statement from the commission on presidential debate and running with it. donald trump talked very much in the primaries about the rigged system in the republican side, the rigged system against bernie sanders. these sorts of things play into what a lot of people buy into, these sort of conspiracy theories. my phrase i guess. but you know that everything is rigged against somebody like
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donald trump. >> you've got to be nimble if you're the past of the united states. someone tried to turn ronald reagan's microphone off. he said wastit a minute i paid r this microphone. >> i'm worry about the conspiracy theory. for the first time in your brilliant reporting i think you have reported that he said he wasn't so sure she would support hillary clinton if she got elected president. >> yeah. >> and with the russian stuff going on and the wikileaks stuff going on, what i really worry about is she wins the election, it's close, and he gets up and announces she's not an authentic or legitimate president. >> right. >> much the way he said president obama was not an authentic president. that could cause a real problem. >> you were asked if donald trump wins will you support him, and hillary clinton said if hillary clinton wins will you support her and what was his answer to that tonight? >> yeah, no this was the second paragraph of the story because i was so struck by it, that the
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professor noted, too, that basically said would you absolutely support her, do you stand by that and he basically said you know we'll have to see, you know, we'll have to see what happens. we'll have to see. and i think -- i think to professor dershowitz's point, there's sense just rang almost of birtherism again, sort of like produce the birth certificate, you know, something's going on here with bob. there's sense of like -- you know, he's looking to sort of destabilize hillary clinton before the second debate but even more broadly than that, sending this message to his supporters that you know what if the result on november 8th isn't what he wants to be, you know, he's going to -- i don't know try to reserve judgment or something. >> at least we know that if he had been asked the same question -- if trump had been asked the same question johnson was asked, name your favorite foreign leader, he would have a clear answer, president obama.
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>> who does this next -- it's a town fall format debate. >> it helps her tremendously. >> not him? >> oh, no she's done it before and very successfully. she can interact with the questioners. the questions aren't predictable, the subjects aren't predictable and plays into her strengths and his weaknesses f. he does the same lack of preparation in a town meeting he's in trouble. >> i have to run. he said he's going to prepare this time patrick? >> he said he's going to prepare and try to figure out to bring these issues and needs to figure out how to use his body language on the stage and sitting in a stool could be awkward and bringing up bill clinton's extramarital affairs in front of average voters and intimate town hall setting can be very difficult. >> also on a stool he looks a little foot.
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>> not fat shaming. >> also fat shaming won't work when he's sitting on a stool as much when he's standing straight. >> we all have our issues. >> of course but we don't accuse other people. >> did you and him about the sniffing, patrick? >> that was on my list but i didn't get to it. i have to cop a fail to that one, no. >> i'm sure snl -- you'll have to -- when you speak to the secretary clinton you'll have to and her about the shuffle -- the shimmy. shimmy. >> thank you very much. when we come back, what's really behind donald trump's 3:00 a.m. twitter rant? did he take the debate from hillary clinton again? . outrageous. good thing geico offers affordable renters insurance. with great coverage it protects my personal belongings should they get damaged, stolen or destroyed. [doorbell] uh, excuse me. delivery. hey. lo mein, szechwan chicken, chopsticks, soy sauce and you got some fortune cookies.
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donald trump having a rocky week, meanwhile, hillary clinton gets a boost in the polls. let's discuss now a siris xm host, and john fredericks, love having you guys. happy friday, a new national poll out "today" shows hillary clinton with a post debate boost. what's your reaction from this, joe madison first? >> well, when you consider the week that donald trump has had, this is not a surprise, and he did it to himself. that's my reaction. this is a self-inflicted wound, no if, ands, or buts about it.
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>> here's the thing. this whole week is is creation of national mainstream media, which now lives in an echchamber in a reality show of self dilution. every day we're hearing from the mainstream media about things average americans could care less about. there's no one in america that is losing their job or concerned about their future or concerned about isis or has problems with immigrants coming over the border unabated day after day that cares about ms. machado, or miss piggy, or anything else you dredge up. >> let me say this -- i'm just going to grant you the first part, which is not accurate. >> i would grant that to him, too. >> i would just grant you the first part but mainstream media is not bringing this up. mainstream media did not create alicia machado and never said she was an eating machine and
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did not go on a twitter rant at 3:00 a.m. this morning about this woman and other issues. so, how is it the fault of the mainstream media? how is donald trump not at fault for his own self-inflicted wound and going off message? shouldn't he be bringing up the issues that you mentioned instead of going down a rabbit hole that the clint on campaign saw coming and he bit? >> don, wait a minute. this was a coordinated effort by hillary clinton and the mainstream media that nobody -- >> i'll grant you that. john you're not hearing my question. >> i am hearing your question. i'm trying to answer it. >> i grant you that but he's the one that's doing it, so why is it not his fault? why is he not bringing up those issues in stead of talking about the thing that you say is a creation of the clinton campaign? and if you go look at the transcripts it's not quite the way you said it, but go ahead. >> it's pretty accurate, don,
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and honesty is the best policy here. when you -- joe, booklet me finish. when you go back to that debate, she, ms. cliktnton -- mainstrea media in a coordinated effort got ahold of it and ran with it day, after day. trump is going to fight for it. he's fighting for the people that don't have a say in america and is going to continue to fight for what he believes in and people say these tweets at 3:00 a.m., they were not presidential. they were appropriate for a presidential candidate. that's what he is right now. he's not president, and he's fighting back. but let me ask you this question, don -- >> do some of us get a chance? you on a filibuster? >> let him finish. i'll give you a long time. >> is it presidential to delete 30,000 government e-mails? is it presidential to lie over and over again to the fbi? is it presidential to destroy evidence after you get a subpoena from the federal
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government? is it presidential to lie to the moms of fallen soldiers at benghazi about a video that didn't exist -- >> okay. here's the thing. >> -- no one covers that. >> if you read the transcripts, lester holt asked donald trump a question. donald trump brought up issues that concerned women and men and hillary clinton's stamina and the way she looked. hillary clinton used that as an in to get in to bring up this particular thing. he not done that she may not have had the in do it. mainstream media didn't bring this up. hillary clinton brought it up. he allowed it to go in. he didn't fight back. he didn't say i'm sorry. he didn't say you know what, i was an entertainer back then. i wasn't a politician. he allowed this to get to this point and then continues to have it come up in the media. joe madison? >> he's not going to go around -- >> it's my turn.
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hold on. w whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a minute. >> go ahead, joe. what is that, white privilege? i have to get your permission? excuse me. let me point out something -- any on, joe. we're having fun here. that's a low blow, man. >> this is not about -- this is exactly the problem. this is not fun. the reality is what did you expect from a man who during the primary talked about his opponent's look, a woman, and talked about women bleeding from certain things. this is not new. but here's what i'm about to tell you, i think donald trump has played us all, because he understands that sex sells, and this is what we're talking about. we're even talking about howard stern on my -- at my station where he's talking about vagina is expensive. this is a man -- that's presidential? but get this now.
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what aren't we talking about? we're not talking about the that new york attorney general is looking into the trump foundation as possibly illegally taking funds that weren't in a position do that and guess what else we're not talking about? chsz very important to the people in florida, the fact that he may have done business in cuba. and we're not examining that because trump is slick. trump knows that sex sells and he's got us talking about sex and let me tell you something, that is not presidential. i want to know whether or not my presidential candidate -- >> joe. >> -- broke the law in cuba and new york state. >> we discussed that last night on this program and overnight and he tweet body something eed else. >> you keep telling yourself that, joe n your own reality head show of self-dilution.
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trump is going to win this election, joe. it's not even going to be close. he might even carry hillary's state of wisconsin. >> i'm not in wisconsin. >> thank you. >> let's -- >> you were. >> and thus that shows it is disconnect between certain people here. have a great weekend. thank you, joe. thank you, john. i appreciate it. >> facts do count. >> fact dose matter. thank you. up next, the self-proclaimed king of all media, howard stern is right in the middle of this very unusual election. hands? like finding new waysbe d to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee! in means protection plus unique extras only from an expert allstate agent. it's good to be in, good hands.
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just when you think this election account get any wilder, an unexpected celebrity finds himself right in the middle of it, the one and only howard stern. bryan selter has the story. >> reporter: only in 2016, would howard stern be a central character in the election. >> howard stern's a friend of mine. >> reporter: donald trump's many visits to the howard stern show are noter for jokes and
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gob-smacking moments during the debate. >> when i did an interview with howard stern. >> this is the very first time stern was name-dropped at a presidential debate. the shock jock radio host in the miss of a shocking election year. it feels fitting, the famous satellite radio host loved president bill clinton and he backed hillary in 2008, as he told pierce morgan in 2011. >> i was a big backer of hillary clinton. i think she would have been the same way. >> reporter: stern is sporting her again this year but has a long history with trump. >> had i known i was going to be a politician, i wouldn't have done the show. >> we had fun, a lot of fun. >> lady di was a woman of great beauty. >> would you sleep with her? >> without hesitation. >> and what about clinton's new ad, alleging donald trump demeans women? >> a person who's flat-chest side very hard to be a ten. >> reporter: also came from
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stern's radio show, but it's the looming question about iraq that has gotten attention. >> are you in for invading iraq? >> i guess so. i wish -- i wish it was done correctly the first time. >> trump says he was against the invasion. stern disagrees. >> he said he was kind of for the iraq war. >> reporter: stern says the flop is good promotion for the show and experts say it definitely doesn't hurt. >> this is howard stern, a celebrity, talking to another celebrity, because -- because donald trump was a celebrity, that's what he was -- about the basic thing including his sex life. >> reporter: reporters keep finding more highlights in stern's archives, just two famous new yorkers shooting the breeze. after purchasing the miss usa pageant in 19 nerc97, he said h would make the -- >> bathing suits to be smaller and the heels to be taller. >> now they're both news makers
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and stern is ordered as one of the best broadcast interviewers. the guest he wants now isn't trump, it's clinton. but so far she's turning him down. so we'll see if clinton gets that interview. in the meantime, her archives were dug into for political purposes. during his furo wigue radio shoy come and go, but digital records stay around forever. >> it's all on tape. or digital, whatever it is now. so bryan, thank you very much. here to discuss that, a sirius sirius siriusirius sirius xm radio host, and dream on, premiering on pbs october 7th, also erik levitz, associate editor at new york magazine. i want to ask you about, this as bryan just said, should hillary
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clinton do the howard stern show, do his show? in this "washington post" interview, let me read this and you can answer. the "washington post" says, you said steve martin -- you've had steve martin on. bill murray, mccartney, almost everyone. is hillary the hholy grail and sern says i would be fascinated by her, she's a fascinating person and i us think no one has sat down and not provided a forum to be a politician, but a human being. so would that be a fabulous moment to communicate with hillary clinton in front of my audience? yes it would be fabulous for me. a private dinner conversation is a conversation i'd like to put on the radio. given the role he's played in the trump campaign, would it be a surprise to you know his supporters you know that howard is a huge fan of hillary clinton? he said that she thinks that she's an extremely powerful president she would make that and was an excellent senator?
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would that be a surprise and should she go on? >> as far as whether it would be a surprise, maybe if it's also a surprise that donald trump thought that hillary clinton was an excellent senator who he gave money to when she was running or that barack obama was doing a fantastic job in the early part of his presidency, so you know as far as the consistency of what donald trump and howard stern have said about democratic politicians at various points, i'm not sure whether that would bother them too much. in terms whether hillary clinton should go on howard stern to sort of humanize herself, i you can think of a lot of better interviewers and venues for hillary clinton to go on specifically where the focus of most conversations are not sexuality and sexual deefiavien. as far as this is a normal presidential election, in which we're trying to choose somebody who can actually control the most powerful-country in the
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world, that's more of hillary clinton's game, so -- >> but howard stern, john is more than -- because i'm a huge howard fan. i got to listen after he left the radio -- >> and your show. >> and it's all i listened to. honestly, just -- to be honest here, when i'm in my car, people are like can you turn it from howard 100 -- 101 and i'm like no and i listen to the same interviews over and over again. he's a very smart many and he's a great interviewer. it's not surprise he has these donald trump interviews and they're making news. are you surprised by them? >> not a bit. i am surprised that the collective country is really waking up now and holding this man to task for these very obviously, provable lies. it is true howard endorsed hillary clinton and i think that's why it would be smart for her to go on the show. she would have sort of a home-court advantage. but for folks who are angry howard stern is taking sides for guys who have been huffing
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testest on the ronnites testosterone. all howard stern is said a truth that all of us know, which is donald trump did not oppose the iraq war, before it happened, i was at all those marches, we all have listed the celebrities. i signed a petition of artists united to win without war and got tons of hate mail. hillary clinton was able to say i was wrong and i've changed my mind. donald trump is functionally incapable of saying those words. howard stern is so deceptively warm and he will make you feel like you're having a conversation with a guy from long island. >> and he uses humor. >> and he'll completely disarm you and he'll use humor and wants to find the real person and i think there may not be an interviewer better suited for hillary clinton for what she needs to accomplish than him. >> for people who may not live here and listen to howard nationally now and probably on terrestial radio, back in the day, but he was a new york fixture along with donald trump.
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explain to me how the roles they played in new york over the years. >> l surwell, sure. one of the strange things about this election among many is that republican party has nominated a man who spent multiple decades of his life as a billionaire playboy in new york city who's affairs were the stuff of tabloids with that -- the best sex i ever had about marla maples, so you have donald trump, who is this sort of larger-than-life figure who embodies all the excess of the 80s and sort of carries that into the '90s, and then you know he's essentially for two dozen mornings of his life, he's been howard stern's side kick talking about you know the -- just basical basically ranking various women in terms ever one to ten how they turn them on. so this is a really sort of strange situation for the republican party to have and
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it's strange for the country. >> do you think howard's voters -- trump's voters care? excuse me, don. >> do you think voters carry about his misogeny? >> or iraq. >> i don't think they care about either of those things. not they're representative of all things. trump supporters have a sense of irony, but there is a quote from this woman after he came out said and that barack obama was po born in this country, who said yes, bob was born in this country if donald trump said it, whatever donald trump said is true. and so that is the testimology that has been put forward. >> one of the debate questioners said president obama should produce his birth certificate unless he's hiding somebody and i don't know where she's been for the lost four years. >> we are post imperial reality. to double down on the dumming down, hillary clinton was --
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started that rumor. >> i've got to run, but i have to ask you, john, about this report, this soft porn video that donald trump was in back in 2000. he had his clothes on and it was a cameo, and saying this woman was an issue -- >> it's almost like he's a bit of a hypocrite, almost a little bit. worst porn ever. porn already is designed to make you feel bad about your life. we don't need to see donald trump in it. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> have a great weekend. up next donald trump has had a lot to say to howard stern about women. is all of that fair game in this election, we'll discuss more whether we come back. because, healthier doesn't happen all by itself. it needs to be earned every day. using wellness to keep away illness. and believing a single life can be made better by millions of others. as a health services and innovation company optum powers modern healthcare by connecting every part of it. so while the world keeps searching for healthier we're here to make healthier happen.
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so was he a public official at that time? was he running for president at that time? no so i think they're fair game in context. but also -- >> what's the context? >> the context was he was an entertainer, he was saying things that may be more flamboyant ory selacious, and that's what they do. there are things secretary clinton has said while she was public official and she would have known better so those are also fair game, such as super predator and some of the other things she supported and things she said about some other -- >> and those have been discussed and she's apologized. >> symone, is it fair game? >> i definitely think it's fair game. campaigns are not just about what you said today. campaigns are about what you said yesterday and the day before and sometimes ten, 15 years ago. so, yeah, i think this again goes to donald trump's character and who he really is and like maya angelou said, when someone tells you who they are, believe them the first time and donald
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trump has said who he is and how he feels about women and we have it on record, thanks to howard stern, we have tapes and tapes of donald trump talking about women in sis a laborious ways ad we're going to continue to talk about and it does not help his standing with those suburban white republican voters. he needs to bring back to the republican party. >> and on top of that -- so this twitter tirade that he went on last night, paris, that's -- is that going to -- how does that help him? >> i -- i don't necessarily think that it does help him, but i don't think it hurts him either. i think when you look at the situation you have to and yourself even look at the debate, did trump supporters after the debate say, i'm going to vote footwor hillary clinton? no they stayed in their camps. >> this is undecided. we have a panel of undecides on this network and it was 18 out
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of 20. >> right. >> undecided. voters said they had moved over to the hillary clinton side, that was a similar panel, on fox news and all but six of maybe 20 or so who said that hillary clinton had won and they were leaning towards hillary clinton. where it matters, not the supporters they already had, but where it matters, the undecided voters and the people in those swing states. >> and secretary clinton got a very model balance after the debate, two points and such and there's other polls like the l.a. times, that show mr. trump up by five, so at the end of the day, what this is saying is, what do people really care about, the media, and secretary clinton would love for us to still continue to talk about ms. machado, and at the end of the day, people want to hear us talk about the issues. >> why do you say the media who started this whole thing? it's your candidate tweeting at 3:00 in the morning, it's your candidate who didn't defend this properly on stage so how is this the media's fault? this is a talking point.
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we didn't have a phone call with him or donald trump saying, what are the talking points, who would you like us to talk about today? we simply analyze the news and what donald trump did and resortr reported on it. how is it the media's fault? >> i think it's different. what happened to governor romney with the 47% comment and how that derailed him, i think secretary clinton's comment about the basket of deplorables, that wasn't the same attention given to her. the fact all of these people and her staff have taken the fifth and gotten immunity. >> we've talked about deplorables night, after night, but she said she would have phrased it didn'tlfferently. we discussed that. was that the media's fault? >> i feel with mr. trump they won't let up, with the birther issue. >> he did it for five years, paris. >> but for secretary clinton, there's double standard. she gets a pass on most things. >> if secretary clinton said the
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president of the united states was not born in the united states and needed to produce his birth certificate, if she done that for five years and said he was born here and moved on, we would be discussing it at length. that's not a double standard. >> what we didn't discuss is, >> to perpetuate that. >> we discussed that and gave fact checks on that. and hillary clinton's campaign, no matter what you said, every fact check on earth says her campaign had nothing to do with it. >> jake tapper's report did? >> no it didn't. >> reason that paris and other trump surrogates want to continue to defect and blame things on the media and imaginary things on the clinton campaign is candidate is unhinged, out of the control. temperament is iffy if you will.
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they're concerned. don't have solid ground to stand on, grasp at straws and tip toe around. donald trump and hillary clinton are running to be president of the united states and this is serious business. and way donald trump is acting is not of someone who wants to be running the free world and. in to the nuclear codes. i don't want him there. >> what's your advice to donald trump going into the next debate is this. >> stay on message and really attack secretary clinton on the issues. go after her. there's a lot not discussed. >> put your phone away and stop tweeting? >> i won't say that. >> be honest? >> yeah. probably should put the phone away. >> thank you. we'll be right back. ors' rates alongside their direct rate to save you money.
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