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teachers, nurses and firefightes support prop 51. prop 51 will upgrade libraries, science labs, and classroom technology and relieve school overcrowding creating more opportunity . . . and better learning for students help students succeed vote yes on 51. hillary clinton leading the national polls buts race is tightening in some crucial states. this is cnn tonight, i'm don lemon. six days to go and donald trump has this promise for his voters. >> next tuesday we will have won last glorious surprise for the pundits, the politicians and the special interests when we win and return the power back to the people. >> hillary clinton says this. >> on january 20th, we are going
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to have a new president, and things griare going to change, that's for sure. the question is, what kind of change are we going to have? are we going to build a fairer, stronger, better america? or are we going to fear the future and each other? >> meanwhile, president barack obama speaking out for the first time on the turmoil of the fbi, warning against leaks and innuen innuendo. >> we don't operate on innuendo and incomplete information, we don't operate on leaks. >> let's get straight to mr. mark preston, and the important part, those battleground states. we're seeing the race tighten nationally in the poll of polls, has hillary clinton leading by five points but we also have some new information from here's what's important, some key battleground states. what do you see in those numbers, mark? >> a couple things. out west, nevada, up six, and up
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five in arizona, good numbers for him at this time, certainly as we see hillary clinton contesting arizona at this point, but donald trump seems to have a little bit of a cushion there and then if you look over at nevada right now, where they are battling for it, because we talked earlier in the past hour, we're going to see bill clinton tomorrow. if you come to the east now, hillary clinton only has a four-point lead in pennsylvania, that's going to be a little bit concerning at this point, and if you head down into florida it's basically tied. now one more thing about these polls, is that in the states specifically florida, nevada, donald trump voters are more enthusiastic about their candidate than hillary clinton, and again that's going to be another warning sign for hillary clinton. >> troubling news with donald trump, where she is tied. is this a crack in her firewall? >> this is one poll out of colorado so we'll see how it goes, but the perception is
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donald trump has a little bit of wind behind his back and a lot of people will attribute that to director comey coming out. the fbi director friday, saying they're reopening the investigation into her e-mail server, so could that news hurt her potentially, but we're going to have to see it, let's wait until there's another poll out of colorado but i'm shocked you and i are actually talking about colorado now. when tomorrow, five days until election day. i thought it was off the board. >> let's listen to hillary clinton today. >> imagine with me what it would be like to have donald trump sitting in the oval office come next january. someone who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos and african-americans, what would it be like to have that person in the most powerful office in the world? >> so we're six days from election day. she wants to get the focus off her and back on donald trump. is that going to do it? >> well, when the focus is on
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her she doesn't do well and for that matter when the focus is on donald trump, he doesn't do well, but day two of trying to turn the page of hillary clinton, we saw her down in florida yesterday with alisha machado, who was the miss universe who donald trump, you want know, allegedly had said some pretty nasty things about. we also saw her release a very damaging ad against donald trump using his own words to try to show voters that he doesn't have the moral epititude to be commander in chief. so hillary clinton clearly trying to move away from any discussion of the e-mail investigation and the fbi, trying to put the spotlight directly back on donald trump. >> and meanwhile, donald trump sounds like he is starting to measure the drapes in the oval office, listen. >> it's feeling like it already, isn't it? just -- we've got to be nice and cool, nice and cool. right? stay on point, donald, stay on
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point. no side tracks, donald, nice and easy, nice. i've been watching hillary the last few days. she's totally on haninge. we don't want any of that. >> he's been saying nice and cool, nice and easy, believe it or not. is it working for him? >> it is. it's a little therapy session with donald trump. apparently he's taking his own advice. we've seen this in the past, don, we go back over this the past few month when is things are going good for donald trump, he seems to be the one to take the train off the tracks. we have seen him tweeting and not saying absolutely outrageous things on the campaign trail. we have seen him do some things. he did criticize an nbc reporter in a huge rally which was not the nice thing to do, so to speak, and then of course he kind of talks like that at rallies, which is not necessarily presidential, but it plays to the crowd and something like that is not going to hurt him. we'll see if he can stay on
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message. >> the trump campaign announced their victory party will be at the hilton hotel, no airplane hangar, a very small gathering not far from trump tower. first he has to win but are you surprised he's not doing something more huge? >> first of all he still has a very difficult path to win, as much as we're talking about hillary clinton and the polls she's still election held today, she's going to be president and donald trump really has to run the board. to the point of donald trump going to a hotel ballroom which most conventional politician dose, to hold their victory parties or at least their election parties, maybe donald trump is becoming conventional now, don, maybe -- maybe she's surprising us. >> we'll see. i have to ask you, because we keep seeing these polls. it's still less than a week out from when the fbi made that announcement or sent the letter to congress. do you think -- i think the polls are going to be at least
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more efficient, more effective, more accurate as we get further into the week when they start polling people then? >> i think you're right there have been a couple polls that have come out where that question has been asked, including our own, we were trying to ascertain from our own polls in the states and by and large we haven't seen movement on it but i can't imagine people on the edges though don that are really going to really decide the election, whether that republicans -- that segment of the republican party who wasn't with donald trump, are they now with donald trump, because they have so much distaste for hillary clinton, especially after the investigation opened or quite frankly people that were on the fence? so i agree with you. give us another 24, 48 hours and we'll really see how this shook out over the weekend. >> okay. so here's the thing. i've been talking to people and if you look at social media, they say john king and you are scaring the bajabeous out of people. they use durst language than that when we look at the e le t
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electoral map. why do the polls show show many different things, so many different readings, so to speak? >> so, if we were talking about different -- well, a couple things. one is you may have a poll that has a different methodology, i suppose than another poll that's taki taken in a state for instance. some polls are garbage, they're not real scientific, or if they are quote/unquote scientific, they're not good scientific and quite frankly we have outliers, as well, where there are going to be polls that are going to be totally out in left field and not in line with other polls that we see, but for other criticism that our director at polling, it is a science and by and large, it is helpful in understanding where the electorate is at a certain moment in time and this is a volatile election, so the polls might get thrown out the window but i don't think anyone's ever seen an election like this so we'll see what happens. >> thank you mark preston. i appreciate that.
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donald trump is urging early voters who have what he calls buyers remorse to switch their votes to him. cnn's tom foreman explains. >> let's bring in the map because by our count, you can get a do-over. you can change your vote in at least seven different states, wisconsin, michigan, pennsylvania, new york, connecticut, down here in mississippi, also up in minnesota although they're deadlined past earlier this week and usually it's a system process. you have to show up in person. you have to nullify the vote that you've already cast, that essentially means you tell an election official i don't want that counted when election day comes around, let me cast a new one, and then you do have to cast another ballot often actually on election day. you can't always do that earlier. but, each state has its own quirks, its own rules and they're not always easy for normal voter to find. maybe that's why this doesn't happen very often. for example, if you look at the
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state of wisconsin, you can change your vote up there three different times, however a town clerk in oshkosh, all the years she's been there, never seen it. and a town clerk said look in eight years of working there, saw a vote changed exactly once. so if donald trump is counting on some sort of landslide of vote changes to propel him to history, says not likely. >> tom foreman. stay with cnn for all-day coverage on election day next tuesday. when we come back, turmoil in the fbi. president barack obama weighing in, but what will happen after the election. nd technology, so they can detect and repair corrosion before it ever becomes a problem. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better.
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all right. there is hillary clinton in arizona. getting ready to take to the microphone. are we going to listen in? so once she starts speaking, we'll monitor for a little bit. she's doing hellos and waves. so let's discuss what's going on in the campaign because the political fire storm around james comey is heating up and president obama is speaking out about it. here to discuss is jeffrey toobin, and alan dershowitz. good evening to both of you, al
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alan, president obama weighed in on the controversy, let's listen. >> i've made a very deliberate effort to make sure i don't look like i'm modeddling in what are supposed to be independent processes. there is a norm when, there are investigations, we don't operate on innuendo, we don't operation incomplete operation, and leaks. >> he says no meddling, does that sound lie corporation to you? >> wyes, it does. man on first, score -- you don't go give evaluations as things are happening. what he should have done on the day the investigation was closed, he should have said the investigation is closed, president, then when he found new information, he should have said to congress, i have found new information, that's it, but you don't go around saying it's pertinent and don't give
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evaluations of the evidence. by the way the director of the fbi shouldn't say anything at all. it should be the attorney general and the deputy general. >> i don't disagree with alan. i think that there is a rule in the justice department, a policy, that says you don't say anything within 60 days of a -- any kind of election, much less the presidential election. >> i think he felt like having told congress that the investigation was complete, because there was new information, he felt obliged to tell them at the time, the investigation was continuing, but there was no reason especially since he did not know what this information was and whether it was significant. >> and he didn't promise congress in the situation, all he promised them is if there was new information, he would look at it. he could keep his promise without having said a word. he may go down in history as a major villain, if his statements have an impact on changing this
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election, and then it turns out there's nothing there, these are the same e-mails from before, or worse because he'll go down in history as a villain, he may search desperately to try to find something that'll justify as having said this before the election. >> i was speaking to someone in government and he said don don't be pooled, there are very partisan agents and people who work in all aspects of the government and to them, this is this person's estimation, this seemed like a partisan issue. >> i've known director comey -- >> not just with director comey, but the fbi, as well. >> that's right, but it's comey who is the voice of the fbi. i think he is not a strong political partisan, but his -- it's his job to keep the partisans in the fbi and like any government agency, there are people who really don't like hillary clinton in that agency. it's his job to conduct the
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leadership in a way that doesn't open the bureau to this kind of criticism. >> what's worse, being a partisan to try to help somebody else or trying to do something to help your own reputation, and to make sure your reputation is preserved because that's what he was doing. he was putting his own integrity, his own legacy, and his own representation before democratic principles -- >> small deed. small deed. not democratic party principles. and i think the irony is, he wound up hurting his reputation even more than he thought. >> of course. >> that he is now a principal figure in this political ma mailstrom, which is not what he wants to be or wants the fbi to be and i think it's -- it backfired terribly, but we are still don't know what the impact will be on the politics. >> so what happens next, because he said he's not going to -- i think what happens next is he keeps his mouth shut, and he doesn't say anything, but another problem with this whole matter, is that by announcing
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that this investigation is going on, the bureau has been leaking like crazy. the bureau has had people say -- talking to reporters, and you know i have mixed feelings because i'm a reporter, too. i try to get leaks, but this is deeply unfair to have leaks about an investigation that is so politically charged. >> do you think because of his actions that the leaks are -- >> absolutely. >> how so? >> there were no leaks until he made his announcement. >> and by the way it is more than just a violation to leak. it may be in fact a crime if any of the leaks result from any kind of grand jury or confidentiali confidentiality. you know talk about confidentiality, the justice department and the fbi are supposed to keep investigations confidential. they're not supposed to have selective leaks. we don't know whether the leaks are coming from the top or agents who are trying to introduce partisan issues or protect the reputation. we just don't know, and right
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now, i don't think silence is an option for comey. i think if he remains silent and the election switches and hillary clinton loses the election, and it turns out there's nothing there, he will go down in history as err and burr. he will really be a villain in american history. >> nancy pelosi, go ahead. >> i just think silence is the best option. >> nancy pelosi speaking today and took a real shot at the director, listen. >> if you're not in if for a while, you just can't take the heat and i think he couldn't take the heat from the republicans. >> do you think he should resign? >> no, i'm not going to that place. i think that we have to just get through this election and just see what the casualties are along the way. >> chuck schumer, who will be the democratic leader in the senate, maybe the majority, maybe the me 94 utleader, said very much the same thing, he's lost confidence in comey and he
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doesn't know whether he should leave, but i think comey has turned himself in to a partisan republican figure, which is not something -- >> i want to make a prediction here. two days after the election, he will resign. that'll probably be the way he tries to salvage his reputation, he'll get on television and home say, look, this has become too partisan, i've become too much part of the story, i have to resign at this point. >> no matter who wins? >> i think no matter who wins. he would be much smarter if he got on television and said look when we made that statement we didn't know any more about the content of the information than any of you do out there and no voter should be influenced by what we said, that was not our intention. our intention was to send a technical message to congress, and any voter who is eninfluenced is being misled by misinformation but he won't do that you're probably right. >> the one thing, it is a mess. jeffrey, he does are a boss, and his boss is laroretta lynch.
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>> who appears to be in the witness protection plan. >> who said you need to plug the leaks, all of that, and she didn't. why is she -- she is compromised of the fact of this ridiculous bill clinton visit -- >> meeting on the plane. >> -- on the plane which led her not formally to recuse herself, but more or less to recuse herself from the small operation. >> to find out what the fbi would do? >> right. she should have formally retaliated herself. the deputy attorney -- it's if the department of justice has no leadership, they're just letting jim comey return american justices. >> and he is only an investigator. he has a stronger roele than th fbi director used to have. he can't easily be fired by the attorney general. he's not quite an employee of the justice department the way he used to be, but he's taking on too much power and as i've said previously, he may be a
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decent man of sbintegrity, but remember who the building is named after. the precedent can be used in the future by director of the fbi who is not a person of integrity. >> is so we have been questioni donald trump when he was asked by chris wallace if he would accept the results of the election. now what happens if hillary clinton says i won't accept the results, if she loses? is there any legal recourse? >> no. >> it's done? >> no, this is -- the votes are going to be counted on tuesday night and one side will win and one side will be in a recount. you certainly can't sue jim comey, you can't try to stop this process one way or another. we're now in an election and one side or the other's going to win. >> the foot is on the pedal. it's going. >> they're now putting it into a program. what if the program shows in fact if not all most of these e-mails are duplicates of what previously was produced,
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certainly he would have an obligation to correct a whole truth and turn it into a whole truth. >> what if it finds something? >> that's the question. it's in the middle of an investigation. i think complete -- >> one of the things i learned as eye prosecuta prosecutor, yo shut up, you announce a charge, you charge somebody with a crime or say nothing at all. that should be the crime, not what we're investigating and we may have something pertinent that is completely unfair. how does a target respond to that? >> and i think we'll see legislation. after this, too late, the cow's out of the barn. i think we'll see legislation in the future saying the director of the fbi may not make any statement beyond closed or despite. >> i have to go. that's what i've heard from a number of prosecutors both republican and -- former putters is that you put up or shut up. >> and a lot of republicans are unhappy about this, too. >> thank you very much. which candidate do voters think is the most honest and trustworthy, new polls have the answer.
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election day and new polls show a tightening battleground. van jones, political commentator, kayleigh mcenany, and symone sanders, former national press secretary for bernie sanders and jack kingston, senior advisor to the trump campaign. thank you-all for coming on. here's new hampshire's senator kelly ayotte, in an awkward position having to dance around donald trump. >> i have a 12-year-old daughter. >> okay. would you want -- let's fast-forward four years and your daughter's 16 years of age would you have wanted your daughter to hear the kfrgconversation that donald trump engaged in with a reporter from "access hollywood" on that bus? >> i think we all know the answer to that. >> at any point in time would you want your 16-year-old daughter in a room with bill clinton? >> i wouldn't want my daughter in the room with any of them, but the point of this is that you know why would i want my daughter in the room with them? you know, and this isn't about
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my daughter. i love my daughter and obviously being a mom is very important to me. >> why would she want her daughter with any grown man alone? she's in a tough position. a lot of republicans are coming back to donald trump now -- or some. >> first of all this is the first not-safe four word election that i've heard of or seen like literally on both sides you have allegations and accusations when you try i to explain them to your kids, you're just like this is not the civics lesson i thought i was going to be giving in 2016, trying to elect the first female president. there's that, just the general sense that something is way off when you've got weiner and bill clinton being accused of this and donald trump, and you have a party that is incomplete disarray, i know people are going to push back on me, but you've never seen a situation where the speaker of the house is a frad afraid to speak the nf
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his nominee, and major senators, major people are ducking and docki do dodging saying -- nobody says they wouldn't want their kid with barack obama. >> can i interrupt yet? >> i said go ahead, jack. >> i think some of this is this political in digination or whatever. i have two daughters, i can tell you they can handle themselves. they're exceptional young women. i would be proud to have them with donald trump, or bill clinton, and if they laid one hand on either one of my daughters they're going to deal with me and then them and the rest of the family. but i think one of the things we need to talk about more is the issues and get off some of these things and going into the home stretch, we all hope that we can start talking about healthcare and national security and the national debt and things like that, and i hope maybe the -- the debate does shift to the -- to that instead of this
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character. >> you've been saying that a long time and people feel the same way, but we do have these issues and to van's point. this is a not-safe word, not even a pg election. we do have the candidates who do have their history, who have their current history, who do say things on tape, who say really odd things and that was in an interview with kelly ayotte who was in a race and fighting for her position, and so we are going to continue to talk about these things. we have to. these are issues, as well. >> and i think the character of the country is an issue. i think you know whether or not we're going to have you know people who we could respect and people we can admire in public office and much more importantly, when people make mistakes to the point they're able to learn from them and apologize and that kind of thing all of these things go to the character of the country. i think it is an issue. >> which by the way, donald trump has apologized about five times. we're still waiting for a
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full-throated apology from hillary clinton on a myriad of issues, but this to me is a frustrating part for me as a donald trump supporter, seeing republican leaders who do this fancy political footwork i support but i don't endorse. i don't quite know what that means. it's very strange. for not taking a side and saying you'll write mike pence's name in the ballot, which is why you may as well vote for ronald reagan. mike pence is not at the top of the ticket. >> i'm sure jeffrey lord may do that. >> he may, don, that's a good point. he may. to van's point about the party being in disarray i have to disagree with that. we have leadership and disarray and folks like paul ryan who aren't brave enough to take a stake in this election. according to the latest national poll we have more republicanis s supporting you than the
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definite democrats have supporting hillary clinton. >> i think the spotters not being on the same page is a party being in dicktiindicative disarray. this is the soul of the hillary clinton party. when hillary clinton wins tuesday, the republicans are going to have some really serious rebuilding to do and to this point about kelly ayotte and her daughter, this is definitely about our nation and especially our nation's kids, our young people. they're paying attention. i was just in d.c. talking to some young folks earlier today and i asked them were they following the election and they were like donald trump and the tapes that was the first thing that came out of their mouths and i was cringing about thinking what they were going to say and hoping that they didn't use the p word. so this is a real issue for our country and this is going to continue to be a conversation. >> jack? >> i hope they were equally as concerned about hillary clinton and pay for play and lying about dest roy destroying e-mails and things. i want to get back to kayleigh's
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point. i think it really is true, these parties go through leadership changes. our base is dis -- and i mean republicans, our republican base is disciplined in the party leadership not getting the debt under control, voting to repeal obamacare, but not being successful in that endeavor and alsoot curing terrorism and immigration. so our party -- and i think your party is, as well, simone and van, in terms of the democrats, they're disappointed in what they've not gotten out of washington and what drum has sa donald trump has said, and he's an authentic candidate, and bernie sanders was an authentic candidate. donald trump is saying look the system isn't working for a lot of people. their household income has shrunk, their job opportunities have gone down and washington is not serving them. >> van, can you hold that thought to the very -- it sounds like what jack is saying whoever taking over needs a magic wand and then everything will be fine. all the ills will be cured.
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the clinton campaign taking aim at donald trump using his own words back with me now van jones, kayleigh mcenany, simone sanders and jack kingston. van jones you were making a point because jack kingston was saying basically the next person if it's donald trump, would have a magic wand or wizard and is what's going to fix everything. so what was your response? >> look, i mean i admire all the trump surrogates for trying to make this case and they have a case to make in that there is a bunch of discontent in the country. it is in fact the case, and i think there has been a bipartisan failure at the top of the both parties that has let a lot of people down on trade, on these dumb wars, on prisons, too many prisons, deregulating the banks. all that stuff is true. the problem is that at the end of the day you can't just have a message, you have to have a mesz ed messenger, and where donald trump has let himself and his own party down he's just now figured out after 18 months that if he can just read the
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teleprompter and not shoot himself in the face, it might help his campaign that. is not a lesson that should be hard to learn. an 18 month learning curve on that. if he were in office he'd be almost to his mid-terms just now discovering that not starting accidental wars and offending foreign leaders is good for the country. so part of the thing i think that trump -- surrogates and other people have to deal with and wrestle with this, this has not been a great show of the best of your party by any stretch and that's just got to be accepted. >> and kalyleigh -- i'll let yo get in. he's very proud of himself, he's calm and quiet, donald stick to the message like someone is talking to him like a kid. jared kushner has been talking to him. it's jared's day tomorrow, and could be ivanka's and who knows next. go ahead. >> i thought that moment was hilario hilarious, i really enjoyed that moment during his stump speech,
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but you know look, donald trump doesn't say everything right. of course not. none of us say everything right but i think what people appreciate about him is that he's not the scripted politician van is describing. there was a wikileaks e-mail out tonight that was eye opening where the clinton campaign debated vereventually, whether he should say the words "y "yo mama," this was actually debated in an e-mail chain -- >> what's wrong with that? >> theshe's a tell prompted, scripted politician. >> this one is on the teleprompter -- >> it does seem very conttickettory, whcontticke contradictory and you're criticizing hillary clinton, and trying to figure out if a message is right and trying to stick to the temperatueleprompt
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>> the only time donald trump doesn't get in trouble -- there's teleprompter trump and there's terrible donald trump. >> terrible prompter trump. >> it was hillary clinton who broke the record for not having a press conference. i can't remember how long she went. was it a year and a helpful or something? >> very true. when was the last time dronald trump gives one? >> he gives one daily. >> no no, no, when was the last time donald trump had a press conference? >> i do not know the answer, but he's constantly, for the last year and a half, been out in front of the press and you know sometimes as you pointered od o >> he hasn't had a presser in a while. >> it's been a while since he's had a press conference. >> if we want to chalk up the days i can promise you he's been far more out there than hillary clinton, and no one ever criticized him for not having a press conference, by the way. that's hillary clinton's record. she ought to be happy of it. it's one of her few achievements. we can't talk about her foreign policy achievements, we can't talk about what she did as a senator -- >> i'm happy to.
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>> we can't talk about her tax reductions and job creations. what about her jobs she promised as a senate candidate in new york? still waiting on those. >> let him answer. go ahead, van. >> you opened the door on foreign policy. you act like she didn't do anything on foreign policy, which is a huge insult to the fact that first of all, hamas and israel were on a collision course for the kind of conflict that would have left dead babies across the middle east. she got in there and within 24 hours, had neutralized that. that is very tough to do. also, the -- she got the entire world together, russia, who doesn't like us, china who is also messing with us, and other countries to put a chokehold on iraq and nuclear weapons -- [ overlapping dialogue ] >> you say she hasn't achieved anything. that's an extremely difficult thing. you manotiy not like it -- >> she's getting nuclear weapons in ten years just like bill
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clinton did. that's not achievement, a madman having nuclear weapons. >> she reversed that, period. that's a fact. >> f-a-c-t, fact. >> what about the russian reset? what about isil, which is now in 18 countries, according to president obama? >> you're mad about her relationship with russia? >> yeah. >> and the reset -- remember the russian reset and the fact that uranium -- >> you represent the trump-putin ticket with regard to the reset, there's never been a candidate closer to a russian dictator than your candidate. i don't want to talk about a reset. >> there wasn't one, that was her big bragging point and i don't think russia would have innovated the ukraine if had you president trump -- >> no, my goodness. trump didn't even know they were already in the ukraine. >> putin is now a world figure
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because they have built him back up. when george bush was president we had putin lower down on the rank of word superiority, however you want to count it, but it was obama, hillary clinton thing to build it back up. >> secretary clinton had a record of foreign policy to stand on. she has proven bonafides. people like the way she went about it. she has proven obonafides to on. >> kayleigh you get the first word out of the break. we'll be right back. ok! impaciente! manolo! you're so cold, come in! what's wrong? take off your hat! no's, it's dry... your scalp? mine gets dry in the winter too. try head and shoulders' dry scalp care it nourishes the scalp 3 surface layers deep to help...
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surrogates say the most qu qualified person in history. not achieved by list on resume. if i had the list but ran companies into the ground wouldn't hire me. syria chaos, iran having nuclear weapons in ten years. these are failures. might have the title but a list of failures to go along with it. >> benghazi. >> there you go. >> i was just going to say, waiting and no one said it. thought it was so stunned didn't jump in. then you said it. no one said e-mails. >> that's next. >> that's domestic policy. >> i understand that -- how important it is for the trump campaign to try to discredit her record of public service. they don't have a record to point to to donald trump that
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they're proud of. nothing but make money for himself and bankrupt companies and other people. they have to discredit her. but the mess in the middle east going to take a generation to kwleen clean up because of yorj bush and dick cheney going over to kick over the hornets nests. they had no plan to win or make peace. obama administration took a tough hand and wound up and brought folks home which people in both parties calling for. and put us in a position where we're not on the kind of trajectory spending more blood. >> what secretary of state. >> did you forget about isis? >> what secretary of state and administration fixed all the problems in the middle east? >> none. which is why need someone
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outside of the establishment. not clintons or bushs. >> who is donald trump going to put up to waft magic wand and save the middle east. >> he's talking about rebuilding the military, hollowing out of the army happened under barack obama, donald trump is talking about rebuilding equipment, more ships, more. >> is that going to war? >> which country has a bigger -- >> what you talk about pulled us out of iraq and afghanistan, doesn't mean the war ended. also leaving without a status of forces agreement caused instability. >> you want more american forces there now? is that what you want? >> this is what i believe. i believe -- and by the way remember there are forces there. even though hillary clinton didn't seem to know that. >> you want a bigger american presence militarily in the middle east? that's what you want sir? >> what i would say.
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>> you guys never answer the question. >> say it for myself. >> but not your candidate. >> you have to have the coalition rebuilt. fell apart under barack obama. >> not true. >> had a coalition that did things not put name on letterhood but president of the philippines called barack obama. >> do you know what every world leader calls donald trump? do you want to hear it? callim a racist, bigot, ignoramus, want to go down the list? >> i haven't heard that at all but what i like about this discussion right now, we're talking about substance because all i've heard from hillary clinton and her surrogates this week is the usual getting down to the wire do the usual race baiting call to close the campaign. >> miss universe. >> it's not race baiting when it's actually -- these things are actually happening. not race baiting to talk about
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republicans have systematically tried to suppress the vote. not race prait baiting when you have a trump person saying voter suppression is part of the plan to win this thing. african-americans, young people and liberals. it's not race baiting when the kkk is literally bombing places in america in 2016. >> kkk is not bombing anything on behalf of the trump campaign. >> it happened today. fire bombed a church in greeneville, mississippi. >> here's what i know. i'm being told, got to thank nts, bingo. good night. that means one less day of this. >> bye bye. good night. >> see you. >> bye bye. >> it's the brady bunch.
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good evening. thanks for joining us. six days away from filling the job opening down there behind us. the race tightenings. candidates maneuvering both holding late events in key states. hillary clinton in arizona, donald trump now in florida. the clinton campaign no longer running out the clock throwing money, resources and big name surrogates back into states they once considered safe. former president bill clinton, vice president biden. president obama. and key trump surrogates out as well, including most of his family. and


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