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on the attack. >> hillary clinton's policies produced ruin in libya, iraq and syria. absolute ruin and death. >> everything is a game. it's like he's living in his own celebrity, reality tv program. [laughter] >> you know what, donald, this is real reality. this is real people, this is real decisions that have to be made for our country. maria: plus new questions this morning to hillary clinton over emails, her emails had multiple classified markings. north korea conducting fifth. it makes war heads small enough to sit on missile. marketing stunt gone viral this morning for all the wrong reasons, outrage over the 9/11 themed coca-cola displays at wal-mart. wells fargo paying up and firing thousands, the bank facing a
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fallout of employees secretly creating millions of fake accounts to boost their pay. futures this morning indicating a lower opening for stock prices, take a look. decline in the u.s., in europe mixed performances there. take a look at the action where you're seeing loss as well. in asia overnight, the tone was set as you will see and it was mixed, nikkei average was up just a fraction, hang seng as well, the other major averages mostly low e. amazon ready to help if you forget any of your game-day essentials. all the stories coming up this morning. joining me to talk about maverick cochair, morgan is with us, editorial page editor james freeman here and fox business network dagen mcdowell. dagen: good morning, hillary clinton is using her gender as a crutch to lean on and s.w.a.t.
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-- swat and asked about do you think you're treated differently because you're a woman and she went, i don't know. maria: wow. matt lauer's performance and comments? >> i think it's a media game to send message to other moderators to go easy on her. that's all this criticism. come on. >> she didn't have a great performance. they start hitting the moderator. everyone is a sexist. maria: we have a lot to talk about that on the heel offense that. coming up this morning, scott brown is with us. former house speaker newt gringrich will weigh in and nypd commissioner ray kelly is with us as well. big program this friday morning, do stay with us. we kick it off right now this hour with our top story, new polls, new polls show a tightening race in four key
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swing states, quinnipiac university polls show a dead heat 59 days ahead of the election. in florida trump and clinton are tied at 47%, take a look at north carolina where clinton leads 47 to 42 and then there's ohio, trump is leading 46 to 45 in ohio, in pennsylvania clinton leads by 5 points. 48 to 43. again, there's very much in the margin for error here so it is that tight across the board. i want to bring in former new york state lieutenant governor and trump supporter as well as political analyst and adviser to hillary clinton's 2008 presidential campaign. good to see you both. your thoughts this morning on new polls. >> obviously the race is tightening and donald trump has a big advantage because the economy is so important to voters and he has an economic plan that can produce 4% growth.
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the obama-clinton economy is sputtering along at 1.2% growth and mrs. clinton's economic has no growth in is. it's a recession plan. she's crisscrossing and that will, in fact, mean, directly from the federal reserve, raising corporate tax rates will result in substantially lower wages and income. americans want a raise, they want more take-home pay and that's what the donald trump plan will promote. tax cuts, regulatory relief, unfettered energy growth, more economic growth. maria: hillary clinton has talked about raising taxes and has talked about holding billions to account by building on obama's policies. is that resinating with people or is she falling back in the polls because donald trump is simply doing better?
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>> certainly the polls are tightening up but we heard from the clinton campaign all along that they knew this would happen and regardless if they were ahead by many points or just a few, they were going to be running as if they were from behind. now as it relates to the plan to make sure that the economy keeps going strong, you have hillary clinton who has put out 100,000 words in policy positions and donald trump with a lot of empty words. she's very specific about making sure that we have universal access to broadband by 2020, she's very specific about she's going to help small businesses. she's very specific about she's going to help low-wage workers who have not profited from the crane esed productivity that corporations have seen. she's very specific. donald trump on the same stage answering similar questions, it becomes clear who has the substance and who doesn't. maria: let me get you in here
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because you've looked at both plans. now, hillary clinton has a lot. you talk about a lot there. dagen has made the comment that on her website is like a to z. is it too much where we don't really know what is driving her policy whereas donald trump has been laser-focused on 15% corporate tax rate and moving the economic needle? >> she's not promoting the biggest tax increase ever. it's a lot of small items that she hopes will be appeal to go people. it's a more complicated tax code. it's more set aside deductions, credits. maria: eight brackets. >> higher investment taxes which is a job's killer as you mentioned. trump, do we wish there was more detail, yes. but what he has put out, very progrowth. you're talk about big rate reductions on the corporate side . maria: morgan, also this morning we are learning that the department of justice is granting immunity river
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networks, the person who used bleach bit to delete clinton's emails. this immunity news is coming as an fbi source tells fox news exclusively that clienton's emails had multiple classified markings and her claim of not understanding doesn't check out. is this causing the polls to tighten? >> absolutely. definitely. if you look at what is happening with the polls, it's not that trump is gaining for supporters, it's that people are falling out with clinton. what's interesting what you just noted about the breaking news, the fbi director so he's not pressing charges against her, why is someone now getting immunity. does that mean there's investigation of her senior staff? why is he getting immunity now? that's a big puzzling question. maria: prosecutors as doing deals in order to get something on somebody else and there's no activity here, why does the fbi to this point basically given
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her staff a pass, several of them that knew nothing about the private server even some people that were using it. >> let's remember that mrs. clinton told the fbi that she couldn't remember whether she had ever been briefed on how to protect classified information and she failed to get her staff or aides trained in how to protect classified information despite the state department requirements that she do so. it does qualifies her from being president. a president is briefed every day on top secrets. how can we be competent. maria: it is out there, jae, how do you feel about this? >> a person who -- whose voice is most important is director comey, upmost respect from every single republican until the decision came out. [laughter] >> he even sent out another memo
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communicating very clearly that this was not a cliff-hanger, it was a unanimous decision and has used words that you don't usually see coming from a directionor of the fbi saying that all of this stuff, what betsy is talking about there is bologne. maria: second investigation at the clinton foundation, ralph spoke about the foundation yesterday. listen to this, i want to get your reaction. >> anything illegal in what you've seen so far by the hillary foundation, clinton foundation? >> not in a documented sense but unethical, so unsavory, that ought to be a serious indict itself. maria: could the clinton foundation investigation end in an indict for hillary clinton? [laughter] >> we are listening to ralph in
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2016? that's not hillary clinton or president clinton's foundation. maria: the noise or the activity around the clinton foundation does not look good given the fact that she did some deals with russia, with the saudis, with african countries and then her foundation has hundreds of millions of dollars. >> they got an a rating which is very clear. when you have 75% of the children on the planet in the world who get hiv medication, getting that through the clinton foundation, that is -- that's exactly the public-private independent sector partnership that we should be applauding, instead we are trying to rip apart the foundation when donald trump's foundation broke the law. >> they have to get it through the clinton foundation to believe this is anything more than clinton setting themselves up as the middleman, you have to think that all of the big
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wealthy countries have no idea how to give aid without routing it to clinton foundation in new york. we know why the money is there and we know y the clintons are getting their cut. >> senators from both parties expressed their concern that it might look like she was selling influence or turning the state department into a cash machine for her foundation if she took contributions from foreign entities, companies, individuals, government while secretary of state. they asked her not to do it, she refused. she asked her to discloses the amount and she refused. clearly her intent was obvious even before she was confirmed that she was going to use her position in government to raise a lot of money for her foundation. maria: you have to believe it's
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begin to go resinate and it's why the polls have tightened. >> how much attention we have paid in the media foundation hillary clinton issues versus trump foundation -- maria: i see it in the wall street journal, i see it on fox. i don't see it largely out there in the mainstream media and the clinton foundation. do i hear the trump foundation comments on cnn. >> i think we have to point to the fact that the independent arbitrators who look at foundation and say, are you doing the work that people are investing you to do, they've gotten an a rating. they have never been -- they were graded last week and they passed. maria: final comments. morgan: let's say that the foundation does do great work, there's no reason why they could do to bill gates foundation. give it to another reputable organization.
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maria: they are doing that if she wins, but they are announcing that they are taking donations until the election which people are questioning. betsy, great to see you both, ladies. coming up next wells fargo has to $185 million in fines after its employees created millions of phoney accounts just to hit sales targets to hit bonuses. we will tell you about that. plus, outraging over the display at a wal-mart in florida, look at this display, why people are furious about this 9/11 themed coke display. back in a moment minute. asleep. then one day, hr schedules a meeting with you out of the blue. and it's the worst 19 minutes of your career. but you don't sweat it because you and your advisor have prepared for this. and when the best offer means you're moving to the middle of nowhere, the boys say they hate the idea. but you pretend it's not so bad. and years later at thanksgiving, when one of them says what he's thankful for most, is this house,
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maria: welcome back, north korea saying that it has conducted its fifth nuclear test. cheryl casone with that story and the headlines now. cheryl, good morning to you. cheryl: yeah, good morning, maria. north korea says that it conducted a higher-level nuclear war head explosion. the country saying this will allow it to build stronger, smaller and lighter nuclear weapons at will. south korea's president called the test of act of recklessness. south korea not the only country to respond. china opposes north korea's nuclear test and will lodge diplomatic protest with the north korean embassy. still china not likely to take action because says it's the responsibility of south korea and the united states to respond. well, back here at home just
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days before the 15th anniversary of 9/11 which is sunday a florida wal-mart under fire after a coke display offended people on social media. coke display to look like the twin towers. there's the picture of the display. coke releasing a statement, we should say, quote, we sincerely apologized if anyone was offended or misunderstood its intent. we have replaced that display. finally, one of the biggest stories, wells fargo slapped with 185 million-dollar fine yesterday for widespread illegal practices. federal authorities the opening of 2 million deposited credit card accounts without customer knowledge. employees of the bank transferred funds from authorized accounts to temporary ones. no customer consent given and this sometimes resulted in fees and insufficient funds for the current customers. wells fargo nor confirming allegations.
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these employees exploited in the age of cyber hacks and it was to chase incentives, you the low interest environment, they we wanted to make cash. maria: that is just horrible. i know you make the point, james, wells fargo has a lot of employees, 200,000 employees but 5,000 cuts because of this is a big number. >> it's a big number. we are certainly in an area where bank regulators feel comfortable saying, fire that person, fire that person, but this size suggests widespread problem. although i would just say, we may learn more about this. this is the consumer financial protection bureau, they really deserve no credibility or esteem. this is the group that claimed bias by guessing whether customers were white or black based on their zip codes. maria: wow. >> it looks bad.
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maria: it sure does. we will take a short break. it's been a horrible year for hedge funds but could they be making a come back after a slow tart? we will tell you how you can benefit and what is going on in terms of hedge funds, how it impacts you. coming soon near a parking lot near you, amazon is partnering with san francisco 49ers to making tailgate a breeze. more with mornings with maria continues. it's a very specific moment, the launch window. we have to be very precise. if we're not ready when the planets are perfectly aligned, that's it. we need really tight temperature controls. engineering, aerodynamics-
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maria: welcome back, markets looking lower this morning.
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hedge funds advance for sixth straight month, month of august because of energy and activists strategists that led the charge. measures hedge funds compromised of hedge funds beat the s&p 501 last month. talk about it, ken, good to see you. thanks so much for joining us. it's been a tough performance for a lot of hedge funds, are things begin to go change or are we still in a tough period? >> it's improving. the end of last year was disappointing. the end of the year with the small decline, it's really been a really exciting year across the board. you had the first month of the year when the s&p, seems like a long time ago, but you remember the first week of february, the s&p was down 10% and as it sits right now, strong performance from quantitative strategies both in january and june on brexit day when the markets were
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also sharply. as we see in press release, slightly ahead of global equities on the year. maria: dagen, as you made the point, money is coming out of hedge funds? dagen: down 15%. investors are not happy with performance they're getting from major players. >> overall in the first half o the year investor redemptions accounted for roughly a little bit more than 1% of industry. $22billion of what's potentially 3 trillion-dollar industry and i think as we look forward, we are seeing assets in total are about 2% off of the record high, so even though there has been some outflows, it's really still very close to the all-time record. maria: you know what, though, james, when you look at the fact that they charge 2 and 20, very
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expensive structure, they have to deliver performance in order to justify structure. recently, last couple of years, they really have not. >> those big fees are what attracted so many people in into the business of running hedge funds. markets are efficient. where is all the money going? it's going into index funds. dagen: yeah, exchange traded funds. absolutely. >> people are comfortable with passing, investing, i'm sure that's what a lot of hedge funds are hearing all of the time. [laughter] >> it's pretty cheap compared to 2 and 20. maria: why should i pay all of that money when i could actually put my money in index fund and atf and pay miniscule fees. >> the 2 and 20 is something-
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maria: explain 2 and 20. >> 2% management fee and 20% incentive fee. maria: 20% of overall. >> 2% of the assets. >> yeah, yeah. you've already seen that come down. average has come down to 1 and a half percent. a lot of funds are coming out. i was talking to a friend of mine just in the last couple of weeks where they've coming 50 basis points in 10% over a 5% hurdle and a hurdle is -- is very interesting as well and i will explain what that is, the incentive fee isn't charged anything until it reaches a certain benchmark such as -- a lot of times they use risk free rate or s&p 500, it tends to be at zero until you beat the benchmark thing that is establishing. that's becoming increasingly common. maria: real quick, what's the most important strategy that hedge funds are using right now?
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do you think the markets are going to have a good rest of the year? >> the most important strategy is venture driven. maria: the election coming up. is that the kind of event that you're looking that may help hedge funds? >> finance transactional stuff. i think the election is more of a macro event but both of them are certainly -- certainly very relevant. dagen: they think they have a friend in hillary if she gects elected. i will tell you that. >> ning term of what you would to say which candidate is hedge funds generally supporting, the reality is probably reflective of the general population. there isn't a real consensus. i think that you have fund managers that are supporting both candidates for sure. i think that there's some tensetivities, you know, you were reporting early this week about visible supporters of trump but managers think it's probably the left hostile
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regime. maria: clinton is more hostile for hedge funds? >> i think so. maria: coming up donald trump unveiling plan to reform the school system yesterday. how he is appeal to go voters for the new 20 billion-dollar plan to make education more accessible. that's next. people living in the uk will have to pay more to get their hands on the new iphone, how it's driving the increase for the phone. back in a minute. when it comes to healthcare, seconds can mean the difference between life and death.
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>> welcome back, i am maria bartiroma. it is friday, september 9th. students in the spotlight, donald trump pitching his education plan promoting school choices hillary clinton takes on the crisis of college debt. >> my goal as president will be to ensure that every child in this nation, african-american, hispanic american, will be placed on the ladder to success. >> i have a plan to help all of you afford to go to college and to help you with student debt. maria: one of the guantánamo bay prison camps is shut down, the
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latest on president obama's plan to close gitmo completely. dozens of people and children trapped overnight in cable cars, 12,000 feet above the ground, we have details on this daring rescue story coming up. tailgating with a touchdown, amazon delivery service to football stadiums. let's check markets. we have economic data, dow industrials open 50 points. a similar story, arrows across the board, the s&p up one 12:45% them in asia and mixed performance but fractional moves, the cosby in correia down 11/4 person. tom hanks landing on the big screen with sally. we will talk about miracle on the hudson, the movie coming out. donald trump spelling out his education plan saying he will
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place every child on the ladder to success. >> my plan will use $20 billion of existing federal dollars to establish a block grant for the 11 million school-age kids living in absolute poverty. we will give states the option to allow these funds to follow the student to the public or private school they attend. maria: let's talk to the cofounder and ceo, tom davison. thanks for joining us. what struck you about donald trump's plan? the reaction to what hillary is saying. >> getting kids on the ladder of success, what everybody needs to realize is how difficult the climb is. students get out of bed with very different challenges, they come to school hungry with very
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different lives at home and different challenges in different classrooms which for the first time ever ways that young technology can change that. it is a difficult time. you are born into the wrong place in this country. dagen: who is overpromising? >> not that they are overpromising, you will hear about this once every three month on the campaign trail. i don't think either are talking about that. you have a situation where different schools whether you are born into the wrong zip code or not have different funding mechanisms, different resources so you need to build infrastructure across the country that supports kids no matter where they are from. maria: $40 million in funding for major technology companies
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like jeff bezos expeditions. and in google, tell me how you are working with these technologies. >> transportation, healthcare, they have all been in advent of technologies, that is changing. one of the things we got excited about is these individuals, jeff bezos, eric schmidt, all invest in the company for two reasons, they are passionate about changing, they built big networks and understand the power of networks in helping people learn, and it was important for us to get them involved. you have a situation where classrooms are using technology to treat students uniquely, look
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at them, allow them to pace themselves, if you go back 100 years, open-heart surgery or transportation, get in a time machine and go back to school, a teacher in front of you, looks roughly the same. the first time ever that has changed. >> the teacher more literate, i wonder, is this a way where trump is saying basically if there is a lousy school, allow the teachers let the kid leave or do somewhere else, does technology give us the opportunity, if you can't fire a bad teacher to basically do distance-learning and make the teacher irrelevant. it could every kid get their education --
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maria: that would break up, the ability to fire a teacher. >> we deal with tens of thousands of teachers every day. the vast majority of teachers are not my customers. they are literally the ones offering hugs, spending their own money on kids every day, the efforts of teachers, this is the challenge. teachers have different levels of resources depending what district they are in. it is supereasy to throw it on teachers, with technology can do to help teachers, to reach more kids and do it in a more significant way for resources they have today, to allow access for challenges that are supersuccessful, they are expecting the private-sector
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foundations for school district. maria: it is a resource problem, not a teacher probably dagen: i was educated in the public school system and had some lousy teachers and had great teachers who used the same resources. >> allow the percentage of those who don't do their job well the vast majority of teachers -- maria: in business, technology company not doing the job well, they can be fired and the performance and get better with teachers it is a lot harder. >> it is. the challenge is you have disparate resources that come into these districts, the more and more technology, more ability to change the lives of kids. that is what everyone should be focusing on, not calling them out as the answer to why certain
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kids are not successful. >> we spend more on education than any country in the world. of americans we have to be honest with ourselves, in many school district we are failing our students and if you look at it from a business perspective the model is broken so i am passionate about school choice. if you are a single mom in a bad zip code you want to send your kid to the best school. why not give parents the choice when they don't have a choice but to send their kid to a private school. the system is failing them, we are saying we need more money from education. you are a single mom worried about your kids education, give that mom a choice, say i want to send my kid to the best school, have a choice. >> choice, school choice, what his head built on is core things, if you think about the health of students whether they know about how finance works, how reading remediation and things in summertime when they lose 30% of their math skills,
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these are areas where kids are falling behind. if you are born into a high poverty area you will lose 30% of your skills over the summer. that's an area where technology can creep into places like the mississippi delta, the black delta, native american reservations and that is where technology can be used to reinforce things so kids get off on the right foot when they hit the door. that is where technology can win, where technology can be helpful, where technology can help the single mom and the teacher that is looking for new resources and doesn't want to harvest parts of the internet to figure out what works and what doesn't. that is what people behind us are trying to do, 6 million students will go through this to get certified. an amazing change to the education system. maria: we will be watching. kids lose 38% of their math and reading in the summertime.
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at vonage.com/business maria: we expect the lower opening for the broader stock market, down-to-earth reels worsening, expecting a decline of 50 points with a handful of names in the news. if you live in the uk be prepared to dish out more for a new iphone, apple raising prices in response to the currency following the country is about to leave the european union. apple stock down in free markets, lower for the week. new details in the tesla electronic crash, the company
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confirming the driver was not using the autopilot function at the time of the accident was the driver was going more than 95 miles an hour when it slammed into a tree. the obama administration getting a step closer to shutting down the guantánamo bay detention center. here are the headlines. cheryl: the pentagon says it is closing one prison known as camp 5. officials a part of the prison turned into a medical clinic. this as the white house makes progress reducing the detention center's population, there are 61 detainees in guantánamo bay as of today. over to europe, a terrifying scene overnight in europe's highest mountain. dozens of tourists are drafting cable cars 10,000 feet in the air. 110 people were stranded in the out after fierce winds tangled the cable wires. there were daring rescues, they lowered them to a helicopter one
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by one. nearly 50 reports, they spent time in cable cars and the rescue effort in the morning but everyone is safe on the ground. finally, san francisco 49ers fans at levi stadium don't have to worry about tailgate parties anymore. 49ers partnered with amazon prime to allow delivery to designated parking lots on days or nights when the niners play. the part of allows fans for what they didn't want to bring with them. they receive deliveries direct to their parking spot. they just have to use amazon prime apps, 49ers fans, when you forget your sushi or your white wine it can be delivered within an hour. >> here at the top moments from "mornings with maria". >> are you hearing similar sentiment from those in your industry that are critical of
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hillary clinton, willing to support donald trump? >> hillary clinton is dead, the coal fields of the united states. >> what does trump have to do to make sure undecided voters vote trump? >> i met with the president of mexico, we never discussed the wall, the president comes out and says we did discuss the wall and i said i would not pay for it. he has got to come across more clean and honest. >> if i was vladimir putin the person i would want to see in the white house january 20, 2017, would be hillary clinton. i would go back and think about the reset button, all the things he has been able to do since that came about when she was secretary of state and barack obama was president. >> when candidate declined to speak until 60 days before the election. another candidate came before the naacp, the national association of black journalists, spoke in detail
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with respect to the nation's civil rights agenda and issues of concern to the african-american community. >> more conservative than you think, what does that mean for this presidential race? >> interesting study, millennial's are more likely to identify as conservative than other generations their own age. also, don't care about issues like they are more liberal on gay rights and those kind of things. what they care about is the economy. maria: how do you convince those that are skeptical that he is the right guy for the economy that he is? >> a very big speech next week in the economics club in new york city. that will be a very big event because he will lay out pretty good details of his economic plan. >> most americans care about their kitchen table issues. they care about the economy,
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their job, upward mobility, better paycheck, security. maria: it almost feels like an affair. being truthful even if it is a hard conversation you want to be up front, you want to face your reality in order to get your future. >> core customer of victoria's secret are millennial women between the ages of 18 to 24, they are going out, looking at kendall jenner, coffee ice cubes. the only problem is they are available in south korea. we should rally for them to come here. why not make those ourselves? coffee ice cubes in south korea. it is a good idea. dagen: when i am feeling domestic. be very. if we're not ready when the planets are perfectly aligned, that's it. we need really tight temperature controls. engineering, aerodynamics- a split second too long could mean scrapping it all and starting over.
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>> our job is to investigate how a plane endeded up in the hudson river. >> it was a forced water landing. >> simulations showed you can make it back to the airport. maria: that with a clip them solely starring tom hanks, the movie hitting peters today. it is expected to rake in $25 million this weekend. so it is expected to make $25 million the cost how much? >> here is the thing, the movie have legs was last night it was fabulous, people recommend to their friends and family, this is my favorite time of year, the summer season is done and we get into movies with real meaning that people will be talking about this movie from now until the new season starts. i loved it. maria: fox caught up with tom hanks, listen to what he said
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about preparing for the role. >> there are a lot of roles you have to learn and they impact how you reenact what went on. not allowed to talk after the plane pulled away from the gate. they have to buy their own -- i didn't know that either. you end up learning a lot. maria: how are the reviews for tom hanks? >> fantastic. 82% score on rotten tomatoes which has he ever done anything that was not good? even bosom buddies back in the day. he does this understated optimism thing. maria: hitting theaters, you think it will have a long way. let me ask about the other one. don't breathe, brought in $65 million, watch this. >> this guy sitting on at least
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300 k, boom! >> is he blind? >> just because he is blind doesn't mean he is safe. maria: that is a thriller. >> i could not get through the trailer. mark went to see it, i am done. she is ready to go. maria: we had all these spots over the summer and this could be a bright spot. >> $5 million. horror movies are turning out to be a real profit machine for hollywood. the bright spot, look at the 7 horror movies wide released in 2017 they made a combined total of half $1 billion, made for a fraction of the big studio high content movies like independence day 2 and resurgent or star wars. maria: let me talk about tv. a&e network's reality show
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nominated for three enemies, created by television academy hall of famer jonaan mari keeping up with the kardashians, project runway. this is a reality show. >> from the man who is the king of reality shows. typical formula for these shows, and we make our way through the world but the catch is they are born with down syndrome and it is a touching moving portrayal of these individuals and diversity cells, 83% across-the-board, making history, and dagan mcdowell was saying she is a big fan of the show. maria: it looks good and will be an education.
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>> such a great job breaking down barriers throughout his career when he was a person to portray a gay hiv character. maria: go to foxnews.com to see it. before we take a break let's get to dagan mcdowell. dagen: if you grew up with a family member with a mental disability that goes a long way. energy, the energy le up for the week, the biggest gain in five months. us oil up every day, energy stocks getting a big boost. we will be right back.
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>> it is friday september 9. here is your top stories. hillary clinton said isis want donald trump to be president of the united states. >> there saying please make trump president of america. i'm not interested in giving aid and comfort to their evil ambitions. has hillary clinton been caught in another lie. the e-mails on the homebrewed server. samsung phones will explode on airplanes.
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details on the danger coming up. the outrage over the denver broncos. he was kneeling during the national anthem the futures pointing to a lower opening. there is some disappointment after the central bank yesterday did not move any new stimulus. take a look at performances in europe this morning. in asia over night it was more of a mixed performance as you can see. one and a quarter percent. might be just a college or students dream. doritos delivered by drone. all of the stories coming up this morning.
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i can't wait for what's coming up with a lot coming up. james we want to get your take on a number of your stories this morning. >> good to be here. tom hanks joe versus the volcano we have all of the stories coming up. we are about to speak with a former house speaker. he will join us this morning. the former commissioner vigilance ray kelly ahead of the 15 year past september 11. in our very own student --dash mike stuart varney. trump is getting support from isis now.
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in an interview on israeli television yesterday. they see this as a great gift. they are saying please make trump president of america. so i'm not interested in giving aid and comfort to their evil ambitions i want to defeat them. i want to end the reign of terror. senator good to see you. what about that soundbite that they're asking allah please have a donald trump be president. obviously not leaving that transition force in iraq which used to be the al qaeda of iraq. larger than new england. ready to go and ready to cause havoc. it will be the worst nightmare for isis because he has a plan
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he will listen to the generals. and he will not take off the table. the fact that we need to have ground forces to actually do the job right and do it quickly. or hillary clinton or the president speaking to foreign networks and actually belittling into meaning not only american citizens but our nominee. did any of that come out during the commander in chief for him the other night. >> i thought it was a messy forum for the both of them. have a question for scott brown. you're talking about donald trump's plan to defeat isis. it will include putting america troops in syria and iraq. well that be a ground component she has been very staunch that she's not doing ground forces.
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very good question. there are already ground forces. that's why she have to hold a press conference yesterday to clarify her position. they are doing a mess omission they are in a strategic fighting position as well. you can't take anything off the table. so they can adjust and adapt. you need to rely on the generals on the ground and their information and guidance and that's one of the biggest things. that's what he's referring to. the fact that you know as well as i do that they have their hands tied. the president has given advice and then does virtually the complete opposite. and so he's gonna rely on that plan and then hopefully execute that plan with clarity and with force. >> when you said rubble that's
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what people end up fixating on and then he it takes the surrogates to clear for after the fact. just like allah wants trump it to be president. that's ridiculous as well. of course i don't want that. there would love the complete opposite actually. they believe that isis is still growing. they show up in other areas and to be clear a number of president president obama's generals have been rejected they had presented plans to the president and the president has rejected them. i understand what he was saying when i heard that i thought the generals were demoralized in the fact that
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they are providing great insight and intel because they are fantastic leaders. >> i actually thought that trumpet did a decent job without revealing any classified information giving the tone of the briefing he received and totally agree with you hillary clinton has not given them a lot of reason to fear her. as a political practitioner it seems to me if you want to deliver a line like that maybe i ought to have us mark. the delivery seemed odd. just seeing it and seen it and then hearing it. the condescending how dare the fact that we are virtually tight. can't believe i'm not winning this. that's one of the problems.
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and every date there is something new going to the trust issue. and with respect people talk about mistakes donald trump has made mistakes. hillary clinton's mistakes as we have a reference before had cost people their lives. countries into families of their sovereignty and destroyed in the leadership structure so now we have isis and al qaeda and other groups just moving in and taking over those areas. our national security that's what her mistake cap cost. people laugh at her she hasn't done it yet why should she start now. they will be headlining this 11h value summit this weekend. it begins tonight in dc.
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what if he has to do to appeal to these voters and bring in more republicans. >> i'm glad he's doing it. pence has a lot of respect from that group. donald trump has worked very hard to bring in that group. and the conservatives have a choice at this point. there seem hillary is doing. raising taxes and dealing with our military and the intersection of money and politics which will continue under the clinton administration and then they look at donald trump and they say i'm a give this guy a chance my hope is that they show up to interact and they be honest. look people in the eye and tell them their position and you might not agree on everything but they agree with trump and mike pence than they do with hillary. good to see you scott. sam sung's troubles getting worse. there are warning them not to
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>> welcome back. they are getting worse. here is a story and headlines now. >> the phone went on sale three weeks ago and now samsung has recalled 2.5 million units that the batteries batteries have burst into flames for some consumers. now the federal aviation administration is telling passengers not to turn on or charge of the devices on board planes and not to put them in checked baggage. are gonna ban the phone completely. it comes after look at this. his jeep caught fire as he was charging his phone. as a last thought in my head. that something as simple as my phone was good burn that down.
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the jeep was totaled and completely destroyed. so far there have been no reports of injuries from exploding iphones. they are invested investigating 35 buyers right now. the problem is a setback in a step to compete with that. there is a new family-friendly benefit at deloitte. it's offering to fully paid leave for all caregiving. which now includes care for elderly parents. a spokesman said the policy is a recognition that caregiving isn't limited to new parents but affects a far broader class of employees. imagine having your burrito by a drum. they are teaming up for an experimental service set to launch this month on the campus of virginia tech.
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it is all under alphabet. it will make you. the go through the air like a plane. they dropped on the burrito and then it comes from a food truck. if you are a college kid at virginia tech today i would consider getting your burritos i drone and then send us a video to the show. it's a whole new area of business for drums. >> i'm skeptical because as i understand with them they are trying to make people comfortable with this technology. if you're trying to make people comfortable delivering burritos i'm not saying nora virus it's unlikely i don't know if i would pick that particular food getting a
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comcast business. built for business. >> christmas three months away but the hunt for holiday workers is on now. amazon, walmart in fedex or recruiting for recruiting for the peak shopping season. the south korean company went bankrupt. we want to talk about this because this is an important part for the economy. james is with us today. as the increase in online shopping driving at the demand for hiring what are your expectations in terms of job creation i know it's temporary workers around the holidays. >> obviously we have a very soft number last friday. it wasn't really a big surprise given the economy is slowing down. any bump up from that seasonal
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hiring is obviously welcome news. you wonder if it will actually impact wages. and you've seen a lot of retailers already raising their wages going into this year. when people talk about the need for a 15-dollar minimum wage. the average full-time worker at walmart makes more than $13 an hour. you've already seen wages increasing there. and in terms of the hunt for new hires over the holidays it's good to push them up even more. you might get some good news beyond seasonal. you're seeing a bunch of retailers who are gearing up to compete on expanded food offerings. they're saying they feel like they cut too many people off of the floor they want to add more. with some of the other retailers that can cause a bump in hiring as well.
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>> every point is can count. how will it affect the job numbers in the economy. so close to the election and into the holidays. does that paint a better picture for hillary clinton. is it more important to look at the jobs numbers like right before the election where that september number. >> historically the economic situation is already factored in. it's typically the first half of the year even if you think it gets more important later i don't think we will see huge changes. we kind of see where this is going. 7million people are not can to get back into the labor force next month. other banks are not following suit but they're making it a policy do not contribute to donald trump's campaign.
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the story astounds me. most of the banks will want people to donate to do both sides of the aisle they want to seem to be bipartisan and how they can do this and get over with it especially after they've been criticized relentlessly this year for giving hillary clinton hundreds of thousands of dollars in speeches it's really a bad political move. >> when elizabeth warren is running this economy they can think themselves. it's a head scratcher. in their defense there is this misguided law and regulation that is basically saying you can't give money to state politicians if you're in the business of municipal bond underwriting. they're saying mike pence is on the ticket therefore we
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can't give. it's probably everything they don't need to do. but it's also totally misguided regulation of all people to express themselves by supporting political campaigns. in exchange for a dollar donation you pick up the phone. if they have cocktail parties and things like that i'm sure to go to. it's true but i think just the fact that they put the statements out it's worth mentioning. >> they were looking for a reason to tell their employees that. when you look at the international global banks they are for hillary clinton obviously but the working man seems to increasingly be for donald trump even if that workingman or working woman obviously is that one of the major banks.
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what do you think the percentage of that they want donald trump versus the top leadership. i will point this out about the working women she is using that gender card she is she's try to keep people from criticizing her and then at the same time tell the american people it's time to elect a woman and i met. women hate that. they absolutely hate that. every time she's talking about that. where he came over to her and he wanted her to sign off on that. melinda oil women don't like to always had to use that. they're coming up in an era where their 70 possibilities and they don't see this rampant sexism everywhere. when it's out there let's call it for what it is but it doesn't help them as a
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professional women to call it on everything. there's a place in hell for a woman who does not help a woman. james, what you have to say about this. i did want to add this as a bipartisan. i think you've seen going back to the 2008 campaign she's have a hard time winning over working-class blue-collar voters. and i think that's what donald trump is dangerous for her and i think a lot of these midwest states for a while were reliably democratic that he might be able to flip. she didn't talk to anybody and we're like oh god.
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>> welcome back everybody. it is friday september 9. the race for the white house titans this morning. donald trump and hillary clinton clashing over who is best to be commander-in-chief. the whole country saw unfit she was at the town hall last night. he prefers the russian president to our american president. to the office in the man who holds the office it is scary. it is dangerous.
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fox news warning. space x grounded. it could prevent the company from launching rockets. under fire this morning under the b pen price scandal. she a fortunes most list. another nfl star takes the need. brandon marshall and joining in protest. he would not stand during the national anthem. they could be absent from your easter basket next year. take a look at futures with a lower opening. losing ground in the last hour. we have some negative reaction to know stimulus yesterday in europe. the european market is also
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lower today. it's all weaker this morning. more of a mixed performance overnight. at last nights game it was off the fields moment making the highlight reel. the picture in the video has gone viral. exclusively the hillary clinton e-mail had multiple classified markings that debunks or claims that she did not understand what the little cement. also with us as the father is the father of one of those brave men who lost their life in benghazi. his son was a cia contractor in benghazi thank you very much for joining us. it is good to have you.
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and judge these e-mails had multiple classification markings. does hillary had an excuse for mishandling this information. >> hillary clinton is the one who came out if you recall and said i certainly know what classification is and see it means confidential or classified it was all over these e-mails. and she tells the fbi that she's not sure what it means but it could be part of a alphabetical listing and the fact that she said this to the fbi clearly indicates that she was lying to them or that she's incompetent and either way it's not good. it indicates that she is not in any way taking responsibility from what she's done that she was willing to communicate classified and confidential information on her unprotected female server.
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it goes on and on. you know charles would wear happy that you're joining us this morning. they were really stunning comments two nights ago at the commander in commander in chief for him as it relates to benghazi. >> i put together a coalition and we were able to save lives we did not lose a single american in that action. what he said of that. obviously we know four of our people died including our ambassador and our beloved son. and i first heard that comment i was shocked my response was i can think of for americans including my son who lost their lives in libya because of her failure as secretary of state during and after the attack on benghazi.
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>> we all have your condolences for you. do you think it is short circuited or she is still trying to rewrite history. i think she wants the american people to forget about her failures in benghazi. my son would still be alive if she have performed her duties and protected those people that were under her care and supervision in libya. and of course that raises the question if she could not protect for americans in libya how could she protect 330 million americans here in our country. we know that they were basically begging for help and there was no help on the way after he ask for help. a federal judge's order judges ordered at the state department to release any
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e-mails people want to know what were in those e-mails. and they're gonna find out what is in those e-mails. not only was ambassador is stevens begging stevens begging for more security the sad part was his security was reduced on august the 29th right before the 911 attack and he was not given the opportunity to be able to get the protection that he needed in the question as why was security reduced when they were all working in a danger zone getting danger pay when they left everyone else left. what was the game plan there. what is hillary clinton continuing to lie. the american people will fight out and even at these hearings the sad part is everybody was wired. she lies and says no americans
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is a pathetic commentary she just buys every time she opens her mouth. >> there was a recovered e-mail between the longtime clinton advisor and choppy --dash -- chelsea clinton. they were planted with foreign relations committee for her testimony. here is the e-mail. read this. that meant as it would provide an opportunity to address to topics that two topics that we needed to debunk. they clearly wanted mendez to fix the problem. it's typical of the way that secretary clinton has operated not just as secretary of state
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we would not even know about the existence of this private e-mail server in the first place. it's like one thing after another she is in the middle of everything. her mother is telling her that night it's an al qaeda type group. but also as it relates to these hearings they are sending the e-mail to chelsea saying mendez is good to be asking the questions that we need to have ask. and they they want to keep her within the clinton foundation. we think of chelsea that night secretary clinton did not had time to talk to the secretary of defense to say how do we
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help my people but she did had time to tell chelsea what a tough day she was having an than it was in fact terrorism. obviously it was september 11 it wasn't too difficult to figure out that this head nothing to do with the video you maintain that white secretary of state lie to you and your other family members of this murder americans whitey still feel that way. >> as you know i did write down the statement that she made to me and i have shown this two many people before. the statement that she made when the bodies came in to washington dc i gave hillary a hug and shook her hand and she said we are going to have the filmmaker arrested who was responsible for the death of my son. so she was sticking to the
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whole narrative and that was what was behind. she obviously was not telling the truth because it did come out in the hearings that the night before this she actually spoke with the prime minister of egypt and said that this attack was a terrorist attack and then it have nothing to do with the video. she also sent an e-mail to her daughter chelsea saying basically the same thing. there is a reason why she didn't go on that morning shows. did your son reach out to you were you carrying the kinds of cries that we've course now know were coming from ambassador stevens. >> the last time i talk to him was right before he left for the submission and at that time he said and get to get to be going on another mission. he was retired but once you're
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a seal it's always in your blood and he loved working with the teams i told him at that time i said before you retire for those 20 years i never really thought you were going to be injured seriously even though i did pray for your safety i said this time i feel completely different. if your anyway you can get out of this contract please do i can tell you i am working for but they never like to lose anyone and i said just really watch yourself this time. he was such a hero i would just like to say this i'm wearing this tide today because type today because this is what i were at his funeral and every year at the anniversary this is what i wear to honor him he was willing to lay down his life for others and is really what
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love is all about. not living for yourself but living for others. >> and this sunday will be four years when we lost ty woods and three of his colleagues. we are thinking of you and your family today. there is more when we come back. it could ground the company for almost a year. more on that story next. across new york state, from long island to buffalo, from rochester to the hudson valley,
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e-mail any recordings of the event. then he goes on to say trying to understand the quieter bang sound before the fireball goes off. so the rocket exploded as it was at the florida lunch site. they are trying to figure out what caused the blast. that puts it outside the direct responsibility of federal investigators but he is working to get to the bottom of the explosion. the workers who make the peeps there going on strike about 400 union members walked off of the jobs they are demanding new contracts. they are made at a plant in bethlehem pennsylvania. they want to do that.
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they make between 20 and $25 an hour a company spokes man said they care very deeply about its workers and also about the local community in pennsylvania. general motors is at the top of fortune magazine's most powerful women list. she was named chair earlier this year. dramatic improvement in revenue. back in 2014. she did point out that she has not been able to increase the stock price as a leader there. and guess who else is on fortune's list. coming in at number 23.
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she is down one spot but she is still on they have come under attack for hiking the $600 today at the same time her salary has gone more than 600% to nearly $19 million last year. they did announce they're gonna sell the generic epipen for $300. she blamed the bureaucratic system for that coming up another nfl star takes to his knee during the national anthem at last night's regular season opener. refusing to stand. we will be right back. stay with us. so many things can go wrong. it's my worst nightmare. every second that power is out,
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welcome back. the return of football. this time around it was even closer than the last. the panthers scored more points by halftime last night than they did the entire super bowl. the carolina quarterback excited to face the brokers are good. he is retired now. first half camden keeps it all by himself. that's as 44th career rushing touchdown. the most in nfl history. he also breaks of record. the first play of the fourth quarter denver was down ten points. they throw the first touchdown
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pass. denver gets within three. anderson scored again. the fourth quarter carolina trying to win this game. carolina gets another chance. they line up for a 50-yard field goal. but it's no good. the carolina panthers come up short losing 21 to 20. there is only one penalty called. and before the game they refuse to stand for the national anthem. afterward he said i'm not against the military police or america i'm against social injustice. >> the number one ranked tennis player in the world will not be serena williams.
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it holds for hundred 86 weeks. ill be lost. they clutched it. second set. pro basketball hall of fame. on instagram he wrote congrats to my big brother. i been inducted into the hall of fame. congratulations to this. this girl has gone viral. 3-year-old got her sugar
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rush. and it really went viral. cotton candy love it. one helping is pretty sizable. i think it was just one. just to digress. think i'd -- thank god football is back. no cotton candy here. i was disturbed by the number of hits kim newton took. given what 70 football players were going through. this is a major issue. jared and max think you.
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attack. >> i as a concerned citizen i would be out here doing everything i could to sound the alarm about someone like donald trump getting anywhere near the white house. >> we all have to cut our ties with the failed politics of the past. that includes in wars, and hillary clinton created a lot of the problems, and now she is saying how she is going to take us out. she doesn't have a clue, not even a little clue. maria: latest from the campaign trail coming up this morning. one of the guantanamo bay prison camps has been shut down. we'll have the very latest on president obama's plan to close gitmo completely. marketing stunt making headlines for all the wrong reasons. the outrage over the 9/11-themed coca-cola display at walmart. there it is. does that bother you? road rage gone viral. a stunning video showing a biker
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smashing his helmet on a car. that is coming up. how the midwest is driving growth in startups. got to hear this. markets indicates lower opening for the, we are now expecting a decline for the dow jones industrial average of about 70 points. nasdaq has been hitting record after record. it is pulling back from the all-time highs. in europe this morning the tone was set early on. we did not have any action in terms of stimulus yesterday from the european central bank. s that with a negative. we continue to see selling. ft 100 down 1 1/2 of 1%. in asia more of a mixed performance. flat showings across the board. they're is new colonel. the latest spokesman to start with the football season. all the stories coming up. joining me, morgan ortega. "wall street journal" assistant editorial page editor, james freeman and fox business
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network's dagen mcdowell. great show. >> i will tell you what i was say during the sound bite from donald trump. he is starting to talk really low like this. a trick men very successfully used in bars you talk, really, really low. and get in really close to listen to him. make you pay attention to him. i started to do it more often. i noticed lately. you do listen. maria: it is really low. >> exactly. maria: see, new strategy. >> he is good on television. she is not good on television. this is fundamental advantage he has. if he can avoid unforced errors he has a lot more upside as we go into the last two months. maria: he has done a pivot last two weeks. >> more structured. >> we had a clinton advisor on earlier in the a.m. hour, how clinton has all policy details plans. maria: jehmu greene. >> that is not, i do think policy is very important.
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i'm a policy person but i'm not dismissing it. people vote on their emotions, how they feel instinctively who would be a good leader. i don't know they totally grasp that. maria: that a good point. ray kelly is here. we want to hear from him ahead of 15thage versery of nine left -- 15th anniversary of 9/11. we have new quinnepiac university polls. we show hillary clinton lead narrowing in certain swing states. she is even tied with trump in florida at 47%. we have former house speaker and fox news contributor newt gingrich. always a pleasure. good to see you. >> good to see you. maria: is this beginning of a new phase from the election? what is your take from the polls? >> there was a brief period after the democratic convention, combination of really good bounce from hillary, several mistakes for trump created a
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gaffe, and made it look couple weeks like trump was in desperate trouble. the race has gotten back where it was after the republican convention. hillary once again decayed. some of the polls nationally, 18 to 20% not picking either trump or clinton. and i think you see that there is a huge block of people who aren't very happy with either candidate. but the challenge for hillary is different than for trump. hillary has been around as national figure since 1992. after 24 years of trying she still has a majority of country not willing to say they will vote for her. normally that is not a good sign if you're that well-known. trump has been around a year. occasionally makes mistakes, but very gifted amateur, but this is his first big race. his energy and his drive, going to louisiana while she hid in long island and raised money. going to mexico while she hid in long island and rayed money.
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going to detroit meeting with a black church while she said in long island and raised money. if you watch there is rythym here. trump's sheer inning and enthusiasm is building a base and movement for him at that is very real. maria: what does he need to do to keep that going? we talked about next week he will address the new york economic club. maybe he will double down on his economic plans. what does he need to do to keep this momentum for the next 60 days. >> i like the conversation you guys just had about change of tone which i actually think is good. i think as he gets closer to being potential president, the calmer and more mature and more reassuring he is the better because the last big block of voters he needs to get are people who aren't, frankly impressed or attracted by the style of a big rally. in fact if anything, they're sit ising at home in quiet living room watching, the very intensity of his rally speeches makes it harder for them to reach out to decide to be for him.
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i think this tonal change is a big deal. i do think that he learns very fast. this is one of the things i think news media consistently underestimated. trump learns in unique way. he is very unusual person but he learns very fast. you just saw, if i come in last week and said, you know, maria, i'm pretty sure when we have the national security debate, secretary of state clinton, four years of experience, eight years as senator, that is her venue, that is her topic. maria: right. >> if i said to you, by the way she will do really badly and trump is going to do okay. net effect will be a win for trump, nobody would have believed that. maria: you think she did really badly in the forum the other night? >> oh i think david axelrod, the former advisor to president obama caught it exactly right. she was angry at questions being asked her. she was angry that the very first question from a veteran was about her, as he put it, corrupting national security. she was angry at matt lauer
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because he kept something her about missing emails. hillary clinton, one of the danger you don't have a lot of press conference you get out of rich of adversarial relationship. she is surrounded by sycophants, who are supposed to say to her, have you had a nice morning, mrs. clinton. maria: how was your summer. >> what did hillary clinton and surrogates do immediately while forum was going on? they started calling sexism. they went after matt lauer. that is the strategy. she even referenced it at the westchester airport yesterday. someone asked her bit. i'm sure there are a lot of phd theses that will be written my treatment because i'm a woman. that is essentially what she said. i want to know how the trump campaign deals with that, whether they sidestep it or whether meets that head on when debates her? >> well, first of all, kellyanne conway is quite happy
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to talk about whether or not she is involved in a sexist campaign. she'll just end up ridiculing hillary. for pete's steak, you can't have been first lady eight years, secretary of state four years, u.s. senator eight years and run for president twice and whine. the fact i did a facebook live yesterday which i talked about matt lauer and hillary clinton and donald trump. i said you know trump won because the left is attacking matt lauer. now the i mean the left, see here es is the problem. the left can not attack hillary. they have to prop her up. she is the last access to money. if she loses they will get cut off from federal treasury. no mat youer how stupid, corrupt or dishonest they're for hillary. if she does really badly, whose fault it was. you know it wasn't hers. all the clowns on the left, boy, matt lauer sure wasn't very good at this.
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the signal being sent to debate moderators, if you don't hatchet donald trump we'll attack you. amazing phenomenon. >> speaker, james freeman here from "the wall street journal." it is funny, obviously we of donald trump of the undisciplined amateur. lately with hillary clinton her campaign seems to acknowledge she needs a message other than trump is terrible. yet she keeps going back to that over and over. i'm wondering when you're watching this, is she undisciplined? are they out of ideas? is this schizophrenia in the campaign? what is your diagnosis. you're obviously for trump, but as you're watching this from the clinton camp? >> i've known hillary since 1993 when she came up to the hill to talk to us about what was then called hillary care. her first great failure at national policy. she has to be going crazy
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because she wakes up in the morning and there is a new story about her emails. there is new editorial about the dishonesty. she is being sunk into quicksand of her own making, and she wanted to run as this obvious, reassuring, natural leader with all of these credentials. what is happening to her is, she is just getting chewed up. i suspect personally it is just driving her nuts. and i think you see that beginning to manifest now. i think debate will be fascinating. i have no idea who will win. i think trump is, best natural debater i have seen with possible exception of ronald reagan, and he understands television, which as he can make a 11 tiny mistakes which "new york times" will put on page one story, nobody in america who cares will pay attention. if he feels good and also raising a big point, let me say briefly because of 9/11, anniversary.
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i'm doing a piece today for fox news. basically saying we've had 15 years of failure. that is the thing trump is hitting at. hillary represent a bipartisan establishment whose campaign strategies in the middle east have failed, and they have failed so badly it is humiliating, when you send a billion dollars in cash to iran. that's the face of failure. so the country has got to decide, four more years of failure with clinton, have the guts to rethink the whole thing with trump. that is really broad choice. maria: billion or two. 1.7 billion is what we're talking about. no one knew when the money went and why it went. it was all cash. that is the most extraordinary story, newt. let me -- go ahead real quick. >> go back as i will do in my article today, look at bush's speech to the joint session in 2001 shortly after 9/11. he talks about the axis of evil. the idea if you had said in 2001
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we're going to fail so badly we'll send cash as it was a drug deal, we're going to send cash to the dictatorship, according to our own state department is the leading supporter of terrorism on the planet. maria: yep. >> nobody would have thought that was possible that the u.s. could have failed that decisively in 15 years. maria: absolutely extraordinary. dagen and i say it a lot on this program. thankfully for "the wall street journal" did original reporting broke the story. not even congress understood how that money was transferred. let me ask you this, newt, trump is often compared to president reagan. hillary clinton did it again and so did trump's running mate, governor mike pence. listen to this. >> what would ronald reagan say about a republican nominee who attacks america's generals and he is praise heaps praise on russia's president? we know the answer. >> america's choice has never been clearer i believe. the most straight-talking candidate since ronald reagan is running against one of the most
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dishonest candidates ever. maria: you know, the dems have been very effective putting trump in this whole russia story when in fact it was hillary clinton that has the real dealings with russia, whether it be the hundreds of millions of dollars her foundation got or hundreds of thousands of dollars bill clinton got for speeches after she sold 25% of the u.s.'s rue uranium, stuff that make as nuclear bomb. >> i campaigned with reagan in the '70s. i worked with reagan as president. calista and i did a movie on reagan, rendezvous with destiny. i have a pretty good sense of ronald reagan. you remember the original reset button was actually the button for a whirlpool bath in the hotel hillary was staying in. she thought she would be clever. the interter painted wrong read. he was supposed to paint reset.
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he painted word overcharge. the russian foreign minister turned to her, and said we'll not let you overcharge us. you can not make this stuff up. she is the moss clueless clumsy person to reach this level of national power certainly in my lifetime. it is astonishing. first what trump is trying to say is pretty profound, if you measure effectiveness, putin has been an effective leader achieving goals he has set, not admiring him, not a nice guy. remember george w. bush looked into his eyes an saw his soul. maria: that's right. >> i given train by kgb highly unlikely you would find putin's soul if you looked into his eyes, but nonetheless we've been through this dance. the difference is this. donald trump in, by the way the news media says he went on russian propaganda television. he was doing larry king. maria: it was larry king. >> you can't be more american
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from swimming for 10 months. finally there is this. kfc introducing a new colonel for its kentucky friday chicken. this guy is a real life colonel. first time it is happening for the campaign. rob riggle, actor, comedian, he is retired lieutenant colonel who used to serve in the u.s. marine corps reserve. he plays owner, head coach and marketing director of the kentucky buckets. a fake nfl team. created by kfc's parent, yum! brands. they would probably do better than the cowboys this season. back to you. >> real quick, rob rigell standard in video on "funny or die." i the shot bin laden. it is before we found out who shot bin laden. it is one of the funniest things. friends of mine who are former seals is best portrayal. "funny or die," rob rigell doing, i shot bin laden!
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it is that time of the year. back to school shopping, gone but for high school seniors it is about where to go to college. new rankings out on the top schools and ivy league has lock on the top three. university pennsylvania on the list and number two, harvard university and number one, wait for it, second straight year, yale is number one. dagen rounding out top five, duke and stanford. what do you make of this list? >> get me to try to say the word duke. very difficult. i went to wake forest down the road. everybody in the acc pretty much hates duke. i think, what is fascinating if you look how much it costs to go to these colleges, even if you're going to a yale or a harvard, you have to think about what you will major in and what you will get out and do. you have all these amazing connections but talking about more than a quarter of a million dollars. >> college will be free next year, dagen.
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>> a lot of people get aid obviously, still ungodly sum of money. maria: does it still yield the top jobs, harvard, yale education, sanford? does it yield what it did yield in the past in terms of getting, you know, the best job, what do you think? >> well certainly there is a strong link between education and income levels but, is that really the value they're adding while kids are in college or just the validation that the degree brings? here is what i mean. maria: i think it is connection. >> connections are a big part of it but it is odd. look at harvard, really most successful students are the dropouts, bill gates, zuckerberg. one reason college is more important than it used to, companies are not allowed to test for intelligence. it is proxy for them to guess. >> snobs at google for a long time, they wouldn't look the a
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you if you went to top ivy. it was disgusting. literally educational discrimination they exercised at google. maria: you're right. >> the truth most professional settings four year degree isn't enough. you need some sort of a master's degree. working at a bank, working at law firm you have to go to law school. bachelor's degree is not for high-paying over $100,000 jobs. >> if you can't get into a good school, don't go. get skills to get a job. my brother and i talk about that all the time. maria: that is increasing become a trend, just forget. when we come back, this sunday we're honoring fallen heroes on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. forker njpd commissioner ray kelly is here with us. back in a minute. i'm claudine and i quit smoking with chantix.
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maria: welcome back, happy friday, everybody, i'm maria bartiromo. we're happy you're with us friday, september 9th. here are the top stories, 8:30 on the east coast. defeating donald trump. he is pledging $20 million to help hillary clinton defeat trump in the presidential election. >> you have to realize as so many republicans are, that this is a time to put country over party. i would be saying that even if i were not running against him. >> i would have been tougher on terrorism. bin laden would have been caught a long time ago.
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before he was ultimately caught. prior to the downing of the world trade center. maria: speaking of sunday, it marks the 15th anniversary of september 11th. can you believe it has been 15 years? both the nasdaq and new york stock exchange will observe a moment of silence this morning in remembrance. outrage over world trade center tribute. look at this, a walmart store creates a display of coke cans stacked to look like the twin towers. does this bother you? let us know. one of guantanamo bay prison camps is shut down. we'll have the latest on president obama's plan to close gitmo completely coming up. the midwest could be the new silicon valley. we'll look how america's heartland is driving growth in startups and economy overall. markets expected to open lower. take a look. futures indicate as decline of 100 points now. things have been worsening throughout the program. now we're looking triple-digit decline, one-half of 1% lower. that started in europe.
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that set the taken. weakness across the board there as well. that is worsening as well. ft hundred one down 3/4 of 1% as it the cac and dax in germany. this sunday witwill mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks that shook our country to it is core. former new york city police commissioner ray kelly joins me now. great to see. >> you good to be with you, maria. maria: you were commissioner what, just a few months after 9/11 occurred. >> the bloomberg administration came in 3 1/2 months after nine left ren ven. maria: you released your book, vigilance. the best-seller is being released, with a added new chapter dedicated to the latest new terror attacks and threats. commissioner, tell us why you put this chapter in and why we're still vulnerable 15 years later.
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>> it is effort to contemptize the book. omar mateen the shooter in orlando, pulse nightclub. he was investigated by the fbi. he was taken off the terrorist watch list. obviously that was a mistake. hindsight is 20/20. jim comey said he would reexamine the whole process. i think the attorney general guidelines are too restrictive on fbi. they put time limits on the investigation. this young man should not obviously have been taken off the terrorist watch list. we address those issues. maria: you address new wave of the terrorist attacks, paris, brussels, orlando, elsewhere. since you first published this book. it feels like it is getting worse. >> well, it is certainly not getting better. what we've seen is the threat sort of broaden, not necessarily deepen but broaden. san bernardino was a particular concern because san bernanadino is a nice city but wasn't on anybody's terrorist target list that we knew of.
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200,000 people, working class community. so it sort of shows us that the whole united states is in play if you will. so, we have to do more in suburban areas, even rural areas to protect resources. >> that was an extraordinary day obviously and everybody has their own 9/11 story but what was it like for you to take over 3 1/2 months after the attacks? what did you see on the ground? what did you see in terms of our police force and our preparedness? >> well, it was a daunting task for the entire administration, not just the police department. we knew that we had to do something more. i was commissioner in 1993 when the first world trade center attack took place. maria: right. >> we had e second horrific event. so we knew we had to buttress our defenses. we had to supplement what the fbi was doing. so, we brought in experts from federal government, from other agencies.
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we brought in students from some of the top ivy league schools, to work as analysts for us. we ultimately assigned police officers overseas in 11 cities to act as listening posts and tripwires for the city. we devoted over 1000 police officers every day to counterterrorism efforts. maria: as we approach this anniversary on sunday it's really important for our viewers and the public at large to acknowledge our incredible heroes in the new york police department, in the new york fire department, all those emergency crews as people were coming out of the buildings they were going in the buildings. >> 343 firefighters lost their lives. 37 port authority police officers, 23 new york city police officers and it is something that, those agencies will never forget but we hope the public never forgets as well. maria: exactly. the house is scheduled to vote today ahead of sunday's anniversary on a bill that allows 9/11 victim families to
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sue saudi arabia in u.s. courts. what do you make of this news? >> why not i guess is the question. why shouldn't they be able to do it. 15 of the 19 hijackers were from saudi arabia. if there is no case there, fine, let the court dismiss it, but at least allow the cases to go forward. it is common sense. maria: people want to know why so many of those terrorists were saudis and whether or not the government there was involved. >> right. maria: what about the obama administration shutting down the prison camp at guantanamo bay? that is another one of headlines this morning. do you think president obama will close gitmo before leaving office completely? that is obviously stated goal. what is implication. are those guys going back to the fight? >> i don't personally see a problem with guantanamo bay. there are very dangerous people including khalid sheikh mohammed. congress doesn't want this to happen. it is tug-of-war between congress and the president. i don't see what the problem is. people said, it is a symbol of harsh treatment.
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there is no harsh treatment down there. as a matter of fact someone told me, went there, and khalid sheikh mohammed has an exercise machine, same one that is in his gym here in new york city. maria: are you kidding? >> they're treated very well in guantanamo bay. maria: so what trying to figure out why he wants to close it and force all of these maniacs to go back to the fight? where do you store, where do you put these guys who are in fact terrorists? >> i think what they would do put them in federal prisons in the united states. a lot of people don't want them in their neighborhood. i personally don't see why this is such an important issue. maria: let me ask you about this. display of coca-cola cans at a florida walmart. it has been taken down after social media reacted to this offensive display they called it, mimicking the american flag and twin towers. both coca-cola and walmart apologized. do you think this is bothersome? >> yes i do. you know -- maria: is it a mockery? >> it was done with good
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intentions but commercializes a very solid -- solemn event. if you lost loved ones in 9/11, of course you would be upset. what were they thinking of when they did it? yeah, appropriate thing to take that down. maria: this is a very sensitive subject. in your book, including the new chapter, you deal with not just you know, terrorism the way we've seen it but terrorism on line. shy per, versus on the ground. what can you tell us in terms of what is most important to understand about the fight today, about what we're dealing with and threats out there? >> i can tell you the cyber threat is only getting more complex, more demanding on all of us to protect ourselves. it is very difficult to play defense in the cyber world. the u.s. can play offense, shutting down a country even, but for us to defend ourselves is very, very challenging. you saw what the russians did with the democratic national committee.
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how they got in there and iranians got into a dam we had here. maria: they leaked all those emails. >> yeah. so is only going to get worse. what can we do personally? be alert for phishing. phishing is where you get something on the screen looks very much like your bank statement, asking you for your password, asking you for personal information. you have to guard against that. you have to have a complex password. tough change it. pain in the neck i know that. maria: sometimes you even get email, could be somebody in your rolodex you know, a letter from that person saying i'm in wherever. i need money, can you wire it to me. i think to myself, my friend would never send me such a letter. >> right, right. they get a lot of inclination from facebook. they will go, scrub through facebook, looked for personalized intonation. send you a message. put an attachment to the message, to make you open it. that is where malware gets into your system, your company's
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system, into your own personal system. very difficult area. we all have to be alert for it. ceo's, you know, people in charge of companies, have to be in the game. a lot of times sort of relegated to their chief information people. no good. you need ceo to push these issues throughout the company. maria: you have got to be constantly on guard. >> right. maria: pretty incredible. commissioner, great to see you. thank you so much and thank you for your service to our great country. commissioner ray kelly there. coming up, apple will not release first weekend numbers of sales of iphone 7. what that says about demand for the new device. back in a moment. >> welcome to another tennis channel u.s. open court report. a special presentation for fox business. i'm andrew krasney. serena williams was a huge favorite to win her semifinal
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it is reflection of supply rather than demand. ford recalling vehicles with faulty door latches. they are expecting the cost of recall reaching $640 million. that could hurt ford third quarter earnings. there has been one accident and three injuries because of that malfunction. 20% of the population lives within 20 myles of amazon warehouse or delivery center. joining me host of "varney & company," stuart varney. stu, this company is everywhere. >> look, i'm fascinated by this company. it's grown so fast and it dominates so many different sectors of industry. and now your statistic there i think is key. 44% of the america's population, nearly half, lives within 20 miles of a warehouse distribution center. that means that the time of day of delivery is almost upon us, it is coming real fast.
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you dial up, not dial up, but you log on, laughing at me. they're laughing at me. you log on at 10:00 and it is delivered at 4:00 or 5:00. it is coming, folks. that will make an enormous extra to the bricks and mortar people out there. maria: really is. i saw jeff bezos interviewed recently and somebody asked him, are you start opening bookstores? he said i don't know where the rumor came that we're opening bookstores. we're opening delivery centers. we need warehouses to keep our stuff to be there the same day. exactly what you're talking about. >> what a stunning stock performance. maria: yeah. >> the thing is nearly $800 a share. it is the fourthmost valuable company in the whole world. before i go, can i ask you a question? maria: please. >> why is the market going down 100 points? can you answer without saying ecb or federal reserve. maria: you can't take options off. i think there was disappointment
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we didn't see stimulus yesterday. face it, stuart, we've been hitting record after record. it can't go up forever. amazon hitting lifetime highs. nasdaq at all-time highs this week. at some point, probably people are looking at market saying valuation is an issue. >> i think that's a fair point, maria. i think it will be down about 100 points at the get-go which will be 45 minutes from now. and i'll be there. maria: you will be there, taking us through the open. stu, see you in 15 minutes, thank you so much. "varney & company" begins right after "mornings with maria" at 9:00 a.m. venture capitalists are flocking to the midwest to find the next mark zuckerberg. we'll tell you why. stay with us. ♪
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go long™. ♪ ♪ maria: welcome back. silicon valley apparently facing competition as the capital of the startup community. venture capitalists are flocking to midwestern states, predicting that silicon prairie could have more startups than the valley in five years. drive capital is starting a new $300 million vc fund to up-and-coming midwestern companies. joining me drive capital founding partner, mark quami. good to see you. interesting to see the midwest want to become the new silicon valley and it is actually happening. to what do you attribute this activity? >> three things.
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i grew up in silicon valley. my father started national stem conductor. i worked at sequoia valley capital. maria: you're a silicon valley guy. >> i live in columbus, ohio. i love it. i was brought there by governor kasich to help economic development. i hadn't been in columbus, ohio. i sat down, amazing things happening here, great entrepreneurs an investment climate. it was missing venture capital things we learned to do in silicon valley. we left sequoia to start drive capital in columbus, ohio. maria: that sound like a huge opportunity frankly. if you look at agricultural activity going on in midwestern states. why do you think more startups choosing midwestern cities as their base? >> they are started by folks in their garage. they have no money. very difficult to begin with a company. it is all about money.
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when i grew up in silicon valley you could buy a house for $50,000. maria: right. >> when i bought first house in mount vain few, california, for $140,000. today the house is 1 1/2 million dollars. that is a starter house. very, very small house. the cost of living is so high in the valley, people are looking what the other opportunities are. simultaneously, in the past, you had to be near the technologists. you had to be, that is where all the technologists were. with -- maria: everything is on your phone. >> everything is on your phone. you need to be close to the customer, not close to the technology gifts. maria: you think the customers are in the midwest? >> absolutely, 450 of the fortune 500 are in the midwest. why columbus, ohio? maria: yeah. >> if you drive your car one day from columbus ohio, you hit 60% of the nation's population. a big center for a chunk of gdp in the united states. maria: i think uber-is based in midwestern city.
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>> big engineering center in pittsburgh. maria: they're testing self-driving cars. >> yes. maria: what other innovations are coming out of this part of the country? >> i saw earlier about the top college in americas. the number one computer science school is in america is where? pittsburgh, pennsylvania. carnegie mellon. maria: sure. >> a lot of innovation happening around the schools. 25% of the nation's computer scientists come from the midwest. maria: you started in columbus. what are the cities attracting the most talent and businesses right now in the midwest? >> we kind of focus from pittsburgh to kansas city and minneapolis and back. we have several investments in columbus. we have several investments in chicago. we have investments in minneapolis, kansas city, pittsburgh. ann arbor is spectacular. they call me the born again buckeye. maria: the born again buckeye. >> michigan, an arbor thing,
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michigan and ohio thing. able arbor doing a spectacular job as well. maria: let me ask you this. obviously this part of the country has been crushed in some areas because of manufacturing. jobs are leaving. could this rise in startup activity with technology take the place of the jobs that were lost in manufacturing? >> i really do believe. maria: do those people have to get retrained? >> absolutely. we're big believers in that. we have a investment in a company that allows people to get computer science degrees for hundreds of dollars. i really, truly believe, you will see a big growth in the midwest and i think manufacturing is coming back as well because of automation. look what amazon is doing. look, amazon just invested $2 billion in columbus, ohio. they're building big distribution centers, big data centers because they need to be in the center of all the activity. maria: do you expect what happened in the real estate market in silicon valley happen in the midwest? do we see that kind of activity and corporates headed there? >> i think you will absolutely
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see it. we're more dispersed. it is bigger geography. i grew up in silicon valley. when i grew up it was cherry orchards and apricot orchards. one peninsula, three area codes of silicon valley you have amazing amount of wealth being generated. that why you have the crazy real estate. maria: for a guy looking allocate and capital to invest in various businesses where do you want to invest right now? whether it is the midwest or somewhere else, where do you want to put money? >> we think there are three key areas. i've been doing for 35 years. the amount of innovation i think you will see next 10 years will dwarf what we've seen last 35 years. hate to say it, rise of machine. machine learning. artificial intelligence. maria: robotics,. >> robotics. look on youtube, boston dynamics see fully autonomous robot. amazing what is happening. other thing is, when you have all of this data, the ability to access it and process it, you're
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>> welcome back. final thoughts from our all-star panel, morgan? >> the story i'm watching, maria, is the person who deleted-- the specialist who deleted hillary clinton's e-mail. he was granted immunity. the fbi isn't pressing charges against clinton, is there ongoing investigation into her staff? >> that's an important question and a lot of people are asking that question. >> i did not think that donald trump would get this far. here he is, he's rising. i think he's in a great spot. it's all up to him. if he shows people in the debates that he's competent and calm leader for the country. maria: two weeks away from the big debate, dagen. dagen: for hillary clinton,
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getting people to feel sorry for you, rick laze-- lazio or in the white house. there's no worst perfume in the world. maria: she didn't like the questions-- >> it was her surrogates and it was sexist, matt lauer was interrupting her and harder questions and they made it about gender and she was asked about it and she referenced it and she didn't really address it directly, but she didn't say-- she didn't refute it and say i'm treated-- i feel like i'm treated fairly as a woman. >> it's a double standard. they'rcrying wolf and at some point when there is sexism for women in politics. if you say everything is sexism, nothing is. the sky is fall, the sky is falling. she's going to be in a world of hurt when she needs that defense and can't use it
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anymore. maria: always a pleasure, you're on vacation next week, enjoy it. dagen: thank you. maria: that's it for us, "varney & company" is next. i'll see you on sunday. sunday morning futures. stuart, take it away. stuart: and shushing up the crowd here. as a matter of fact. maria, thank you very much indeed. hillary clinton takes to israeli television and calls trump supporters racists ap haters. good morning, everyone. maybe she's desperate, besieged by scandal and confronted by matt lauer and losing her lead in the battle ground state polls and she's lashing out. she told israel's channel 2 that trump is sexist, his supporters are racist and she fears a violent attack on her and bill clinton says that trump's slogan, make america great again, is racist, too. calling for a revolution, school of choice on the mass scale.

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