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not from the next few debates. but maybe, someday. and that's our show. see you friday for a new show at our normal time, 8:00 p.m. eastern time.everybody. >> thank you.everybody. good morning, people in france and across the world this morning coming to grips with the c catastrophic events in paris. i'm ma rae ya bartiromo. seven people linked to friday night's attacks and a live report from paris. plus, president obama addressing the attacks in turkey. is his message strong enough and how will the united states respond now? former u.s. ambassador to iraq chris hill joins us live and presidential candidates with
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lots of different id yeas how t take down isis. john kasich tells us what he would do as we look ahead on "sunday morning futures" right now. hundreds of people today holding vigil, laying out flowers outside pariss bataclan concert hall, the site of friday ease attacks where more than 120 people died, many slaughtered execution style. meanwhile, a wave of arrests this morning in neighboring b l belgium aiming to scoop up co-conspirato co-conspirators. mr. chairman, thanks for your time this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> characterize our ability to get our arms around this. i was just thinking about the fact that assault weapons were used here in paris. assault weapons cannot even be purchased in france. how is it possible that assault
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weapons got to france and investigators missed it? >> well, the european union is a big entity. of course, weapons can come in at the most vulnerable point and transfer across those borders. you know, in the bigger sense, maria, one of the counterterrorism experts, one that led the cia effort into afghanistan after 9/11 said for the united states, our intelligence ability to find these plots is weaker than it has been at any time since 9/11, mainly because we have tied our own hands. if you look at the big picture, we have really done some things that make it harder for us and our allies to discover these plots before they take place. >> obviously, isis is hardly contained and only gotten stronger. how will you characterize where we are now in this fight to defeat isis?
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>> i think you're right, they are not the j.v. they are big leagues. they are not contained, they are growing. a town in syria may come and go but ideology is spreading. they have been encouraging folks to carry out these sorts of attacks for several months, so we have seen one of them successfully carried out but they have more people adhering to their ideology and i'm afraid we don't have our arms around the problem either from an intelligence perspective or military perspective. >> congressman, what needs to be done? >> well, number one, we need to as best we can reverse the intelligence losses, the restrictions we have placed on ourselves, gathering information about terrorists and their plots. you know, this goes back to snowden and those over hyped concerns about civil liberties. secondly, there has to be a strategy for pushing back on
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isis on the ground. the problem is, we've gone so long and so many allies or potential allies don't really trust us that we're going to be serious about it. it's harder and harder to assemble that group of nations who will be effective in pushing back against isis on the ground. >> this is a very important point. president obama and putin met on the sidelines for 30 minutes at the g 20 summit and we're getting details about the attacks as some relatives of some of friday ease's attackers detained for questioning. greg is in paris, good morning. >> reporter: a lot of activity on various fronts. we're standing in front of the bataclan music hall where 89 young concert goers were mowed down by terrorists as they shouted ahhahu akbar, god is
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great. people are bringing flowers and france does indeed try to come to grips with this. one of the identified suicide bombers was found here or i should say, his finger was found here. his body was blown up. the fingerprint identified him as a french national in the past, we've learned of two other french nationals living in brussels connected to the attack identified. three homegrown terrorests so far among the attackers. the national stadium, another interesting wrinkle in the past 24 hours a syrian passport found. greek officials just recently have said that that passport was used by a migrant coming in to greece from turkey perhaps smuggling in terror and a car overnight was found outside of paris filled with automatic rifles apparently used in the attacks. so far, maria, seven attackers
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are known, are dead but police say there could be more out there, as well as accomplices and they are searching. 109 of 129 victims have been identified. 352 were injured. 99 are in serious condition. there are, we are told, some americans among the injured and we know of one american sadly killed, nohemi gonzalez here for what was a wonderful semester abroad. finally, maria, throughout paris today, thousands of soldiers and police are out in force as the closures here of public places continues, the eiffel tower, the french beloved sunday markets. i've lived here ten years. my long-time producer sicily, we have never seen anything like this. a final note, french president
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hollande said this is isis. he said this is an act of war, the french, the world is waiting for the next step. >> live reporting there. more from matt thorn berry and mr. chairman, let me ask you about what this means for the refugee situation. the u.s. is expected to take in tens of thousands of refugees and we now know one of the perpetrators in the paris attack was in fact a refugee, isis fighter posing as a refugee. what do you think this means for the u.s.'s plan to take in refugees? >> we need to be careful about screening anyone that comes into our country and frankly, we don't have very good screening mechanisms to do that, so we really need to up our game on that front. it's interesting that this was a mixture of people who were there in the country and refugees, i
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think and remember the people who are there in the country with european passports can come to the united states without a visa. the idea this is something that could just be contained to europe or if you just don't let any refugees in, you stop this is not true. they are looking for ways to get around our security measures. >> right. when you say up our game, what does that mean? the syrian government has been, you know, decimated, collapsed. how will we ever get the information on who those refugees are if we can't even confirm it or vet them from their home of the syrian government? >> the key is to share information with our allies and you're exactly right. we may never get the information we're looking for because there is no real government in syria, but it really goes back to what we were talking about a few minutes ago. we have tied our own hands as far as collecting information
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about who the bad guys are, what they are planning and who they associate with and the sharing of information between the u.s. and key european allies has also been restricted from what it was several years ago and that has a cumulative effect of reducing our information about these people and what they are planning. so that's part of what we need to up our game. it's not just screening individuals, it's increasing the intelligence across the board. >> we know some 2,000 individuals traveled from chance to syria and back and forth and didn't have information and tracking of those people, france did not and more than 100 did the same from the u.s. so tracking those people back and forth, those people going to help isis, we need to be tracking them. what is your best guess in terms of the information you have right now? i mean, isis is now at the gates
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of major cities, okay? they are in paris. what do you think isis' next step is? >> oh, i think they will continue try to carry out attacks in western europe and possibly the united states. we have seen that they are trying to push their influence in other parts of the world, north africa and southeast asia. when i was in afghanistan a few weeks ago, they were concerned about the rise of isis in afghanistan as a competitor to al qaeda. so they are growing in ideology. they are growing in attractiveness and they are trying to make the most of it and again, to emphasize, they have been asking for months for their followers to carry out these sorts of attacks wherever they live. so it's important to pay attention to the refugees but
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also the guy on his computer in the basement that could carry out these attacks at a mall, hotel or something in the united states that is part of the threat that these guys pose to us. >> yeah, very, very important. we'll come to you live on the fox business network tomorrow morning. we hope you'll join us on "mornings with maria." ohio governor and presidential candidate john kasich sending a strong message to supporters telling them how he would handle isis. join us on twitter and tell us what you want to hear from john kasich and ambassador hill coming up. we're looking ahead on "sunday at ally bank no branches equals great rates.
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welcome back. one presidential candidate is outspoken since the attacks, john kasich sending a message, destroy isis. we cannot afford to wait for the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, we have to act now. joining us now is john kasich. governor, good to see you. thanks for joining us. >> thank you, maria. >> you have called on the u.s. to go toward article five with nato. explain exactly what you are proposing, governor. >> you know, after 9/11 france wanted to join us on article five that says an attack on one member of nato affects all of us. in this case, i think article five should be implemented which means all nato members would assist france as they move to
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protect themselves and root out the terrorists. i think it's a very important and very strong message, and further more, maria, i think the president ought to go to europe and convene a meeting, not only to drive forward on article five but also we need better coordinated intelligence worldwide and i think we better be doing joint planning in terms of the need for military action to destroy isis and not only just involve nato but of course want to work with some of our allies in the middle east, whether it's the jordans and saudis but we can't keep waiting. i've been arguing about the need to do boots on the ground now as part of a coalition and international coalition for a long time, and of course, the no fly zones are important in syria because that will provide some sanctuary for people in syria who are -- whose lives have been virtually destroyed by war. there are so many things we need
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to do but joint intelligence, working with the french and nato and we have to be careful that we dedicate the resources we need right here at home and things like joint terrorism task forces that we have across the country. the ability to develop human intelligence, this is really, really critical, not just overseas but we got to have people here who know what is happening and then signal intelligence, which is the ability to be in these chat rooms and know what is happening while still protecting the rights of americans. >> of course, we know the president is in europe right now at the g 20 summit in turkey. we do not know if he'll go to chance after the g 20 meeting that ends on monday, tomorrow. in terms of plan for the united states, tell us what like to see in terms of boots on the ground. what should the u.s.'s response to this deadly attack in paris be given that you say an attack on one nato country is an attack on all. >> we would rally behind the
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french and be able to work with them, whether logistics or some action where we're united but i don't think that will be enough, maria. it's important, as i say, to build an international coalition. nato is fine and nato is good and nato is critical here and frankly, it needs to be strengthened and we need to work together more closely because we can see what happens when we're really not united but it's also important that we include countries that are in the region and what first jumps out at you, of course, are the saudis, perhaps jordans, i think they would join a coalition. the least administration can do is make sure the kurds are armed and taking a fight to isis in iraq really, really critical that the kurds are strong and you know, people say why? it's because they have been defending their homeland for so long and why do they like the united states? because we have been helping them to protect their own
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homeland and the kurds are really critical in all this and it's complicated, as well, because there are disagreements within nato, particularly with turkey in regards to the kurds but we need turkey to understand the kurds are critical in terms of taking on isis. there are a number of things we can do and i think we need to have no fly zones on the turkey border and jordan border. >> what about refugees, sir? how many refugees should the united states be taking in right now? >> look, we should only take refugees in if we can affirm, this is not a negative thing. i didn't do this, i didn't do that. it would be incumbent on people to prove who they are so we would be certain because we can't be in a position of inviting the enemy in and frankly, we better be careful looking at americans that traveled back and forth. look, it's important when we do
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the no fly zone, we would cut down on the number of refugees leaving a war torn area. at the same time, we can provide resources to jordans and saudis to stop or to stem the flow. >> yeah. >> there are so many things we need to do and frankly, we're behind the curve and i think that's why people are frustrated worldwide. >> we're going to talk about the solutions or the answers that we got last night from the democratic candidate -- >> maria. >> real quick, governor. >> the other issue is look, we can win the battle on the battle field with bullets but we have to win the battle with the battle of ideas. we have to show that the western civilization stands for something that we have to live lives greater than ourselves to people can have purpose throughout the west and representing that western ethic. this is really critical. >> governor, thank you. >> it's important.
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>> it sure is. governor kasich, thank you. world leaders responding to the attacks in paris plan to change the political climate. we'll talk with ambassador christopher hill next. i know how it is. you're all set to book a flight using your airline credit card miles. and surprise! those seats sometimes cost a ridiculous number of miles, making it really hard to book the flight you want. luckily, there's a better way... with the capital one venture card. with venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. and when you're ready to travel, just book the flight you want, on any airline, then use your miles to cover the cost. now you're getting somewhere. what's in your wallet? if you're an adult with type 2 diabetes and your a1c is not at goal with certain diabetes pills or daily insulin, your doctor may be talking about adding medication to help lower your a1c. ask your doctor if adding once-a-week tanzeum is right for you. once-a-week tanzeum is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar
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ambassador and director on the national security counsel staff and dean of the joseph school of university studies. good to have you on the program. thanks for joining us. >> pleasure. >> what is your take on this, the fbi is sending agents to assist on the paris investigation. we're just getting this information now according to law enforcement officials and "the new york times" is reporting the agents are being ding deployed. they have expertise in retrieving electronic information like cell phones and computers. >> this is a war on president holl ark hollande and france, frankly, it's a war on all of us. we need to invoke nato and article five. it's very important we get the fbi there and any other asset we can bring to help the french on this and i would encourage every other alliance member to do the same thing. we need to understand with respect to syria, there are two
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civil wars, one with isis and that's one where we need a war-winning strategy. there is no talking to them or negotiating with them. the other issue, of course, is the issue of these various sunni groups against president assad, against them and we need a diplomatic approach albeit under the russians. >> what would you like to see happen now? i mean, a lot of -- the presidential candidates talking about coalitions, talking about sharing information with our friends overseas. what does that mean, exactly? >> well, i'd like to see forensics on what happened in france. not just eight people with suicide vests. there was clearly support. how did the aks get into france, which is a country that does ban assault weapons. we need to do a lot more forensics on that. secondly, it will be a challenge for the europeans to balance
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this humanitarian urge to help refugees when it is clear that some of these terrorists got in through this refugee flow. that has to be -- that piece has to be worked. a balance between humanitarian and security issues and thirdly, with respect to the actual battle field, i think we need more countries in. we've seen examples where the saudis and others have kind of diverted resources over down to yemen and i think those coalition partners in the region need to be much more active against isis and we need, of course, to keep, working with the kurds. the kurds are a key element of this. they have a great incentive to work this, fight this and i think we should be supporting them. so with respect to isis, we need a war-winning strategy and i think everyone needs to be part of that strategy with respect to the other issue, this issue that has been going on for four years
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between assad and these various sun sunni groups. i like what is happening in vienna. i think there is perhaps excessive attention to elections because elections in that part of the world tend to be kind of a census on what has loyalties to which sectarian issue. so i think that needs to be accompanied by a description, at least u.s. policy of what we would like to see syria look like in the future. should it be one country? i'd like to see what our policy is and for those who say this is all -- this should all be done by the syrians, that's a very nice thing to say but i would like to be assured they don't really believe it. in short, we need to be engaged with what we see as a possible political outcome for syria. >> obviously, there is not a lot of goodwill or will on the part of the american people to go and send our men and women back and fight on the ground, but america needs to lead. you're saying we need coalition. so how do you make the case to
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the american people that that may very well include boots on the ground? >> we need boots on the ground in the form of special operators. i don't think we need battle formations or send in cores or bar tall yi-- bar tall yens of u.s. troops. in syria against next to iraq. you'll see these are pretty light numbers of people. i mean, when the kurds are moving against, against the isis forces they are estimating the isis forces for some less than 1,000. i don't think this is a matter of sending in u.s. troops. it is a matter, however, of sending in special operators to help these various groups to work together in syria for a number of years. fighting against isis, increase
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the number of intel and especially keep the air operations going. so i think that piece has to be done, better explained to the american people and has to be explained in terms of a war winning strategy because isis is not ten-feet tall. we can deal with this is evening is in it tonight. >> the president said he's spending 50 special operations troops. is that enough? >> you know, i'll leave it to others who can determine the troop to task ratios but one sense is that maybe 50 is not enough. >> okay. >> if we do more, obviously, i think the president needs to explain to the american people why we're doing war. clearly, isis is the factor that has driven this crisis across the region right now and to see the saudis kind of stepping out of this and dealing only with yemen is a real problem. we need to get these regional partners back in the fight. >> ambassador, thanks for your insights. appreciate it. see you soon. the attacks in paris the focus
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of the second democratic presidential debate. last night were the responses by three candidates strong enough? we'll start right there with our panel. meanwhile, be sure to join me live for a special edition of "mornings with maria" tomorrow live from paris beginning at 5:00 a.m. eastern time on the fox business network. join us for live coverage from paris tomorrow morning on the fox business network.
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welcome back, we're back to the panel with mary and bob with us this morning. first attacks in paris taking such a stage at last night's democratic debate with the hopefuls with state and radical islam. eric sean with that angle. good morning, eric. >> good morning maria and everyone. hitler asked is paris burning? 70 years later isis declares paris is on fire. we're at war with radical islamic terrorism. pope francis called it the third world war. at the democratic debate last night, what we need to do to win it. >> we need to have a resolve that will bring the world together to root out the kind o
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motivates isis a ruthless group. >> this country will rid our planet of the this organization called isis. >> they were careful to say it's radical islamic terrorism. >> this is america's fight. it cannot solely be america's fight. america is best to work in collaboration with allies. america is best when we are actually standing up to evil in this world and isis make no mistake about it is an evil in this world. >> mrs. clinton was attacked for her 2002 vote authorizing the iraq war. she said it was a mistake but there say new alarm about the threat that targeted us here at home for decades. the first radical islam terrorist attack in our country
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occurred in 1990, the assassination in a manhattnhatt hotel. more attacks followed in new york, los angeles, and boston and the threat sadly remains. this morning there is a reminder that continues as the flowers and cards pile up on the sidewalk in front of the french consulate on fifth avenue. one message said we pray for paris, we all stand together. >> thank you. eric, special church services taking place at notre dame ka thou -- cathedral in france. flowers being placed outside the scenes this morning. this is a live picture as the french country comes to grips. the world wants to see how they will respond. former principal white house
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advisor and a fox news political analyst and mary is a wall street journal editor l board maybe and ceo of chrysler and home depot. thanks to our panel. ed rollins. >> we better get tough and i think john kasich said she would take nato provisions, the united nations don't work but i think we basically have to go and lead. america doesn't lead if the rest doesn't work. nato collapsed. we need to use nato as our vehicle to base and go root these people out. i disagree with ambassador hill. 50 people is not enough. in in last year i'm going to root these people out and find them and lead the next president with a plan and that's what he has to do. if he doesn't do that, he will fail miserably. >> i concur, the bar barrens are
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at the gate. we seen attacks from beirut to the airliner over the sinai. time for american leadership. one of the most remarkable points of last night's democratic debate is when hillary clinton said this isn't america's fight. look, democrats are dangerously divorced from reality. hillary says that, president obama wants to close gitmo and he says we contained these people. no, we haven't. bernie sanders says the greatest threat is climate change. what we need is american leadership and the majority of the american people understand and support sending troops back to the middle east before this global disorder comes to our shores. >> i thought it was actually extraordinary in the debate. there was no real solution from many candidates and they were talking a lot but no concern. >> saying essentially nothing. it was one of the most remarkable displays of
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unintelligence garbage rhetoric i've seen in my life. >> yeah, unfortunately, maria, i think this will event will shift the focus on the upcoming election and certainly dwarf some of the other insignificant issues that have been talked about to this day. my business experience has always taught me the longer you wait to face an issue, the more aggressive you have to become and that unfortunately, that's where we are. you know, there will be a lot of could have, should have, would have and ask you asked earlier and ed talked about, is 50 enough? absolutely not. the big thing, maria, we shouldn't know how many are going over there. this isn't about administration in a political statement of trying to soften the rhetoric out there in his position. this ought to be we should go get it. if we hear we have to come up with a plan, i would be amazed. i mean, this is not something that's sprung upon us. if you think how the country and world addressed the ebola thing
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and hthis amazes me. >> if we don't lead, this president needs to sit down with military leaders spending billions and billions of dollars. where are these people? let's find them. get them on the run. if they are on the run they can't plan these activities. they will be back here and probably 25 people involved and created terrorism around the world. >> you have to step back and say why do we have this disorder and hundreds of thousands of refugees? because president obama with drew. we're leading from behind. hillary clinton said she boasted about libya and said france took the lead. is it a stable state? we started when he drew the red line in syria and didn't follow through, did a deal in iran. iran backs assad in syria. this president isn't going to do anything about containing terrorism. he's not going to strike at the
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heart of the caliphate. he tied american foreign policy to arriran. he let putin dominate. i think it's a very dangerous time. >> this is a different kind of war, maria. we don't need to be sending brigades over there. we need to match our skills and our talents with the way they are ifighting this war. if you look at the arms you mentioned it and what got into that country and how they are do this, this is totally orchestrated but in isolated and individual attacks. >> very well planned. let me check in with howie at the top of the hour and also covering this. howie, good morning to you. >> good morning. we'll keep you updated on the investigation but my special guest this morning is you. we had a chance to sit down in milwaukee, talk about the challenge of moderating the fox business debate with neal and i got interviews with three presidential candidates from milwaukee, ben carson, mark ck
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rubio and chris christie. >> the democratic presidential candidates meet for the second time on the debate stage last night. we'll talk whether anyone stood out above the rest as we look ahead on "sunday morning futures." ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪
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i want to bring back our panel this morning. anyone stand out to you in the democratic debate last night? it was right in the face of what was happening in paris and i felt like there was a lot of talking points but we didn't really talk about solutions in the face of -- >> obviously, it's hillary's show but she didn't perform well. the bottom line was i'll be tougher than the president but don't think the president isn't
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doing a good job. i think john dickinson did a good job just as you did a brilliant job last week. >> thank you. >> got interrupted by commercials and wasn't a substantive debate and half the people in iowa shifted to the iowa minnesota football game at halftime and didn't watch the debate. >> isn't that too bad? we've got these atrocities happening in paris. >> it exposed the democratic party for what it is today, far left party completely unhinged from reality. when bernie sanders asked what is the greatest threat against america today? he said climate change. those that didn't watch the debate buried on saturday night television scratched their heads and said are you kidding me, that's a joke. of course it doesn't. hillary didn't perform well because she was secretary of state under obama when a lot of problems began to fester and sometimes she'll fall back on the idea i called for more troops in syria. she didn't resign when the president didn't follow that advice. so she's left to defend leading
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from behind and it's impossible. >> she walked away from her vote on the iraq war and basically waffled all night long and when this came on, this tragedy happened, i thought they have a tremendous opportunity on saturday night to show who is the tough leader and didn't do it. >> i think they stood out in a profound way, albeit negative by not deliberately taking action, by not being forceful in the response. they had prime time opportunity, maria, as you know to make very positive statements. i think they allowed this to shift in the other direction. >> i think they were eager to compete with one another to become the third term of obama. sanders wanted to get away from foreign policy as quickly as he could and talk about raising taxes, hillary clinton, the same agenda. it's government spending. it's let's pour more money into the failing school, price
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control of drugs down the line. the only difference between these candidates is a difference of degree, how many of them would be like obama or even further to the left of him. >> we should point out that bernie sanders wants to raise taxes to 92% so you saw that. that is the all the way to the left. >> it's dangerous because they package it in bernie sander whose is a likable grumpy older fell he so it's not -- it doesn't seem as extreme has it absolutely is. >> one issue they never touched on, the whole debate last night is how we strengthen defense of the country where they will vote on the defense appropriation out there today, what they will do on intelligence and demand as president to make this a better country and safer. >> no real solutions. >> no solutions at all. if you think about the tax rate, it would have a far reaching impact. greater than anything that we've seen. you were asked earlier this morning on the show about what the market is going to do on monday and so forth. raising taxes far exceeds anything that will happen on
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this terrorists thing. >> the bad guys were not terrorists, wall street, pharmaceutical companies, drug companies. >> last night. >> right. >> you can't have a strong defense without a strong economy and all of them on the stage ar acting not just a 2% economy, but zero percent growth. >> we know there could be efficiency improvements in the military fending. that's a fact, from my business experience, but we should not be pulling back on the number of submarines or aircraft carriers and the development of anti-missile missiles. i want to talk more about this. the $600 billion defense budget is obviously being debated. the city of light darkened by terrorist attacks, people mourning, some sites remaining closed. up next, the economic impact on "sunday morning futures." back in a 340789. moment. at ally bank no branches equals great rates. it's a fact. kind of like playing the boss equals the boss wins.
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welcome back. coordinated m a ripple effect, now taking a toll on business, the broader economy, tourist sites shuttered. how will the markets react? i'm back with ed rollins, mary kisslebaum and -- we usually don't see a effect. >> we usually don't. it will be interesting to see how this janet yellen's decision. this has been a very soft recovery. we've had we've said it many times. if they do raise rates, it would be more politically drin than quaint at a timively driven, in my opinion. >> you would expect an economy
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slows down because people stop going on. >> i have to disagree with my panelist. i'm not a big fan of what the fed has done. they've distorted the price of money for years. they may have missed an entire interest rate cycle. i think they're distorting the price of credit, but more broadly speak, we have a 2% economy, because we have shackled entrepreneurship and small businesses for years. we don't have observe global growth engines, be it japan other china or eu. i think we'll continue to bump along until hopefully we get someone in the house to return us to the spirit of risk taking. that's what we need. >> that's what we keep hearing, you know, we don't have the risk taking. >> i worry about the examination season, and i think people will be fearful -- a lot of internet shopping as opposed to going to
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stores. i think people will be concerned being out in the public, and i think the more stories you here. all they have to do is one incident in a shopping center and it will shut this economy down. >> the other issue is the refugees. this did not come out much last night, either. we know it was an isis in refugee's clothing, which was one of the main perpetrators in paris. >> i think we have to stand down, make sure we have a better way of vetting people. we're going to take a short break. the one thing to look ahead to next on movie movie. watch us on monday morning, watch us on monday morning, when "mornings with good. very good. you see something moving off the shelves and your first thought is to investigate the company. you are type e*. yes, investment opportunities can be anywhere...
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will they find. thank you so much for joining us. that will do it for "sunday morning futures." tomorrow morning i'll be live from paris with special "mornings with maria" [ applause ] . >> good evening, and welcome to the historic milwaukee theatre, you'll hear from 12 republican candidates vying to become the next president of the united states. i'm trish regan along with co-moderators sandra smith and pretty "wall street journal" gerry seib. >> fox business is partnering with the "wall street journal" to bring you the fourth republican presidential deefbt the 2016 campaign. for the next hour, four of the


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