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i want to know why. ashley: chinese data port, global economy week. of the one reasonable 2. >> that hike with fears of china's rate hike. stuart: reason number 3 from the, a clean sweep by hillary clinton, the white house, democrats take the senate and the house, investors not happy with that. >> don't give up 5 minutes before the miracle. it is not over yet. stuart: monica crowley, took your time. neil: i made note of that, 3 seconds i will never get that, thank you very much. we are monitoring donald trump, first opportunity to respond to the latest allegations from women during the last debate who heard him, you are telling anderson cooper you never did anything, he did. they are coming out saying this. here is the issue for a lot of trump supporters. why now? why are you saying this now? these allegations are 30 years old. a retraction on the part of the new york times donald trump
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wants to see, might not want to hold his breath but he will be addressing the crowd in florida, we will be listening closely to see what comes of that. trump supporter, press secretary, you are seeing what is going on and i am wondering, timing is everything. i am not dismissing these allegations of these women, but timing is curious. >> i agree timing is curious. i'm not in the habit of silencing women and telling them they don't have the right to speak out. i wouldn't do it to these women or the large number of women who have come out to accuse bill clinton and accused secretary clinton of having intimidated them and bullied them so i am not in the habit of doing that but i believe reports came out 27 days, 26 days before the election, very curious to me and we had an onslaught of emails
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that indicated the clinton campaign has a cozy relationship with the media. this is something we have always known but these emails prove it. i am not in the habit of telling women they don't have the right to speak out. i do find it very curious 27 days before this election. neil: they had one of the women on the news networks and i thought this was the same network that dismissed juanita broderick or paula jones calling that a circus. whatever your opinions on that if you are going to talk to one group of alleged victims it wouldn't kill you to talk to the other but to leave out one for the other does raise serious questions. >> absolutely correct. i have gone back and watched interviews with the women who accused bill clinton and it is
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heartbreaking. as a woman it is heartbreaking and terrifying that we are trying to silence them and not give them their voice and these are women who have been trying to have these conversations for years and years and so it is not like they all of a sudden came out and made the allegations was they have been saying this for decades. what i would like the trump campaign to do it republicans to do, you have to win the white house and the only way that will happen is if we repeat over and over again 33,000 deleted emails, hammers, 5 senior staff given immunity, the clinton campaign has a lot to answer for and the only way they will be held accountable is if we are relentless in making sure people know that. this is my advice to the trump campaign, they should live stream the deplorables on their campaign repeating these horrible deplorable things
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hillary clinton has said. we have in some way to make sure people get the message. the issue is the white house, not the civil war in the party, the women who came out 27 days, the issue is hillary clinton spent the better part of three decades lying to america and doesn't deserve to be our president. neil: donald trump might keep these part stirring by talking in a matter of minutes about the new york times story and these women and keep it going. should he ignore talking about wanting to sue the times? isn't that further sidetracking all these issues you want to address? >> yes it is further sidetracking. he has a right to defend himself but no one will be talking about that. there are others in the media who will talk about it but he will take their attention to
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that area. 33,000 emails, hammers, five senior staff given immunity. that is just the beginning. that is the tip of the iceberg. stuart: you have never gotten frustrated your computer to the point you pick up a hammer and repeatedly hammer it? >> actually -- actually this morning i did get frustrated but i did not take a hammer to my computer or my iphone. stuart: thank you very much. before i get to my next guest, look at this, you heard from stuart varney a lot of this has to do with china, exports dramatically slowed normally that is assigned things are not firing on all cylinders but there is this other issue, building anxiety that hillary clinton will not only win but potentially takes the house and/or senate with her and that is something markets generally
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don't like. that would be akin to what barack obama did when he first came into office, a democratic senate, i want to raise that in debate details we are getting now. real clear politics cofounder, publisher. i relay that is a market of uncertainty, you think what happened was hillary clinton, despite the up and down nature of the polls was going to get elected president. now there is the uncertainty of taking the house and senate with her. how realistic is that? >> the senate is realistic. that was on a knife's ads for republicans, a lot of seats, a lot of republicans were running better than donald trump but if the bottom falls out for trump and he falls behind or is not
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able to recover ground, he is down 9 in pennsylvania, pat toomey, it will be tough to run 9 or 10 points better than donald trump in pennsylvania. stuart: you could see the senate but the house switching to 30 seats would be a tougher task. it has been done but would be a tougher task. markets getting ahead of themselves may be but the markets fear because any one party rule tends to bring on in the democrats case a lot of market fear, more unchecked that building, republicans are immune to doing the same. is that a realistic fear that if that were to happen and hillary clinton has the full run of the table the first two years of her presidency, that is what we are looking at, more spending? >> sure. any time you have one party in power, you run that risk. they would not have large majorities in the house, just a
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little bit and same in the senate. republicans have strategic options available, filibuster and whatnot but absolutely, if democrats sweep and take control, hillary clinton is going to be pushing her agenda as hard as she can through both houses of congress. stuart: we expect to hear from mister trump in west palm beach, florida very important, he was up until very recently competitive, depending on the polls he is losing more ground. we do know that in the next debate it will feature topics near and dear to him including entitlement, immigration, some of these latest issues, latest charges by women who claim they were groped but he might talk about it in his comments to that florida audience, even if he
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does, defaming him, taking away from his other arguments, the issues in that debate. >> it is overshadowing everything, he has to figure out how to move beyond it around it, get back to the issues, and get back to the -- trump's strongest acumen in this campaign is he is the one people legitimately, credibly authentically feel is a guy who will change things and plenty of people around the country, republicans and independentss think the system is broken, think the system is rigged and trump is the guy more so than hillary clinton who might fix it. when he is able to talk about issues like spending, taxes, immigration in those terms, that is when he is at his strongest but unfortunately for him and his supporters he has not been able to do that very much with the latest round of allegations
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hanging over everything. neil: it is. we like his message, don't like donald trump, it is a conundrum. thank you very much. you would think these groping allegations were the only thing out there. this doesn't -- whether trump continues and some of these revelations. >> you can set the alarm clock for the 8:00 hour, get a wikileaks document on this day and as we have been going through these emails, and everybody in the clinton orbit could potentially be at stake with documents, and one email,
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comes from a clinton foundation. and the foundation member said they met with ambassadors and this about cutter, i am quoting, would like to see william jefferson clinton for five minutes, $1 million check that cutter promised for wj c's birthday in 2011. and if it was ever delivered, so on and so forth. and $1 million check potentially to bill clinton. and hillary clinton's campaign building up their efforts in the lead up to her launch that there were questions about ties to the foundation with one email from the clinton campaign manager to
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cheryl mills in october 2014 says the following, one question specific to the foundation is whether it will have 4 still have and/or use her name, do you know what the plan is for that? it only matters for research and cross purposes, it will invite fresh scrutiny and will be held accountable for what happens then, from the clinton campaign manager. they were worried about the transpacific partnership, and another email before the launch, the timing is so annoying, steps right on launch would be a shame to have labor blueing her right out the gate. she changed her stance on tpp. she said nice words about it
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during her time in the administration. neil: blake berman, we are not finding as much aggressive reporting on this subject as anywhere. only go after donald trump or what he said, even if it is many years ago, but you do the same with hillary clinton, the clinton foundation and interaction with fundraisers from here and abroad in the middle east, and a cozy relationship with the press could explain why wikileaks doesn't get a fraction of the coverage donald trump's dealings have. you might be all for the head of wells fargo stepping down but -- john stumpf going into retirement. remember how it happened, how
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congress forced his hand, how washington, not merely wells fargo's board of directors made this happen, then ask yourself could it happen with my boss? could it happen to me? after this.
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neil: you might have heard elizabeth warren got news wells fargo on capitol hill grilled, she did the most damaging blows and here is what she had to say, a bank ceo could not see massive fraud and walked away to enjoy millions in retirement, $450
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million, that is chump change for bankers who usually have a parachute clause giving tens of millions, with $150 million, which is the minute by minute net worth of my next guest, charlie gasparino. you are not letting go. i am flipping it around, whatever your opinions of john stumpf, the government did this. the government made this happen. charles: the government is the board of directors, government regulators our board of directors of any major bank and who sits on the board of directors? the chief antagonist in the minority but very powerful, the financial protection board which is unanswerable. charles: its police were in the hallways. they dictate, take about, the
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sec, federal reserve, the new board of any bank, not the real shareholders. political pressure, and putting this in real stark context. a massive fraud. i thought it was like what bernie madoff did, $80 billion, this was $2 million, the conduct was egregious, not active. people did stupid things, can't imagine he knew about it which he didn't. and looking over the retail banking operation, and forcing sales quotas, the reason these low-level workers sold and
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created phony accounts because the meat sales quotes, if that is criminal, the woman or man, don't tell me it is massive fraud, numbers don't add up. neil: the price gouging -- see where it goes. they could be embarrassed or ashamed or forced to resign. that is something a publicly traded company will decide and shareholders interests, i urge people to know this is a little different. charles: stumpf didn't help himself. i talked to senior republicans on the house finance committee grilling him when i was in washington. they would say they want that lifeline but he was so inept they couldn't come to his defense in any marginal way,
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they would like to put it in context, firing someone who is a very good ceo for $200 million scam over 5 years. neil: anyone in congress grilling anyone, but leaving that aside what happens now? if hillary clinton gets elected, brings the senate with her you say it is open season on these guys? charles: knowing the clintons and what is happening, one of the main regulators, the consumer protection board, that board because of a recent court ruling has control of that, hillary clinton uses all her power for campaign contributions, she will do more, it will be less the attacks the obama administration did because she rationalizes, might pound the flesh. she needed is a piggy bank for
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the future because she will need to run for reelection. neil: private speeches. charles: major implications, wells fargo, think about it. people working, there will be less people working, wells fargo has no comment, they plan to address it tomorrow during a conference call, the end result is wells fargo starts laying off people, bringing in the size of the bank so they control more. neil: they go out there, bring the oil industry downsizing, no sympathy. all right, thank you, charlie gasparino, waiting to hear from donald trump who will address the crowd, he is ready to unload on the new york times and threaten to sue them. every second he does something
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neil: we want to bring you up to date off of iran. and two ships off of the human coast, apparently supported firing shots and missile salvos at us ships in that area and iran responding, disavowing rebels, nothing to do with their actions, placing some ships there. if you are looking for any immediate fallout, very little to tell you about, most insist this is different from anything else but we will keep an eye on it. we are getting more wikileaks
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documents showing embarrassing things, but perhaps the catholics no more so, humiliating to them and how dismissive they were about evangelicals and more to the point, catholics. a lot of these emails distinguishing, we will run some of them between liberal catholics and conservative catholics, they like liberal catholics but not conservative catholics. angela flood, if you had any doubt they have been flipped over the semi-religious this put that notion to bed. what do you make of that? >> i am not surprised. other emails showed the number of mainstream reporters in the tank for hillary based on what we learned from those emails but
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a recurring theme with the clinton campaign to find out what they really think when they don't think anyone will find out and we have senior campaign officials with disdain for catholics and evangelicals, talking about the way they baptize their children. we shouldn't be surprised given the track record of policies, and it is black and white. >> what talks about the conundrum for donald trump. in west palm beach, florida. the idea being a lot of religious voters are appalled by the language and things they heard out of donald trump but also appalled by wikileaks and some things that came out of campaign clinton and a lot play off of the line what jesus would do, would he do anything?
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peacefully protest the election, leaving out a presidential vote? >> they need to look at what is good for this country, and and the more alarming things on these emails where the blatant admissions of john podesta and one of his colleagues about their intention to use organizations they created with the help of george soros who to my understanding is not a catholic but fund organizations like the alliance for the common good, catholics united, but it wouldn't surprise me. neil: there is a distinguish, as
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a group, they vote democrat and do so overwhelmingly. do you see any of that changing because the stuff that comes out on donald trump negating that? >> perhaps, i encourage my fellow catholics and people of all faiths who care about the direction of this country, the manufactured chaos, civil institutions or civic institutions, the goal from everything to the church to the supreme court to enact their secular agenda. you have to go in with eyes wide open if you are concerned about religious freedom. neil: donald trump meeting with
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a number of small business representatives at an event that will be opened to a wider audience, rudy giuliani introducing him in the west palm beach florida audience in which donald trump is expected to say the latest allegations from women who say he was groping them in some cases years ago, decades ago was all wrong and he wants to sue the new york times. wants to sue the new york times. more after this. but thinkorswim already lets you create custom alerts for all the things that are important to you. shhh. alerts on anything at all? not only that, you can act on that opportunity with just one tap right from the alert. wow, i guess we don't need the kid anymore. custom alerts on thinkorswim. only at td ameritrade. across new york state, from long island to buffalo,
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>> for just announced that they are moving their entire building of small cars to mexico. it's moving all of its mile car transportation and production to mexico appeared but that is after two years ago they built a $2 billion plan to build other things. >> for it is amazing. the small card division with thousands of jobs. we can't allow to happen anymore. neil: ford motor says whatever we are losing in the u.s. we are again in the hiring a lot more people in other divisions in other areas. this is just a small portion of. donald trump made it very clear how he feels about companies doing that. the attacks on hbo called when it's resold in the united states. jim lentz is here. his company is actually doing just the opposite that in the u.s. survey.
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thanks for coming. you would not be the first or last to be drawn to the very business friendly environment of texas. but you are going full throttle. this is quite aggressive pics and sinning. explain what you're doing. >> most people see toyota in the u.s. as one company a finance company engineering or manufacturing holding company and all of these are headquartered in the parts of the u.s. for us to respond to the marketplace to make quicker decisions, i want to have all these affiliates in one location. as we get our search, the best location was right here in the suburbs right of dallas. neil: i don't know whether you
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talk about what your competitors do, before he took great homage to a donald trump is saying and chasing job the way here. we are actually extending jobs here and fear whether they trump presidency might look like when using good >> the reality is we will work with whatever administration we see. we obviously are free traders. we are fairly small does far in terms of exporting, but we export to 40 different countries feared 150,000 vehicles we manufacture a tear in the u.s. new zealand and australia are two of those countries that are parted tpp. it would be easier for us if they well under one on the left. the easier we can make it to export, the better off we are going to be. neil: both candidates, donald trump and hillary clinton
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opposed the transpacific partnership. and i am wondering if you make any such moves to expand in these markets democrat or republican -- >> hopefully they wouldn't be penalizing us for exporting products made in the united states to these other markets. that is what we are doing in new zealand and australia. but again, with all these countries make it more difficult for a free trader to be able to do that. it plays long term into china stands we do that. hopefully over time that will be understood. a perfect example is korea. we had the free trade agreement with korea a few years ago. 2013 the car of the year in
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korea was a toyota camry hybrid made in kentucky. that's what free trade allows. i think over time i'll understand not. neil: thank you very much. north america ceo in plano, texas. we are keeping an eye on michelle obama speaking on clinton in new hampshire yet that could be a battleground state. you would've figured donald trump in florida, that one already is rudy giuliani getting ready to introduce him. so much more. you can run an errand. (music playing) ♪ push it real good... (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands,
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neil: we are watching rudy giuliani with an introduction from donald trump. it's going to go on a while. we are keeping a very close eye on what donald trump does to respond to the latest allegations, some of them dating back decades. if you think about it, he is now the face of the republican party. there is a lot of back and forth as to whether that's the face republicans want giving all the dustup with paul ryan and what have you. i was thinking about this the chief washington correspondent would be here and asking about that because i thought what would william and likely think of donald trump? leave it to james to go through mr. buckley as a forward for a great book really consisting of eulogies over and click that group.
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great lies of the 20th century. looking back at william f. buckley. the guy has a way with words. do you hear that a lot? what would buckley think of donald trump? >> great to be with you. donald trump is the subject of at least one piece of writing back in 2000 in which he urged people to be aware of the narcissist here to let clinton was the subject of a lot of writing by bill buckley and they can say with precision and it's dangerous we can say with a deceased person would think about today's event and personality. buckley would have been to side and by the cheapness and the bonus of the course. the profanity he heard expressed in private on the nixon tapes when they were released publicly. neil: but he did send a pared >> in this case it's not clear that buckley would desist from its usual motto which was always to support the most rightward viable candidate. neil: that would be trump.
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what struck me in the book in the eulogy. did he write them, did he get them? >> a torch cap latecomer great lies of the 20th century. you are good like that. you're very kind. 50 eulogies he delivered a road across his extraordinary career. bill buckley was the founder of the modern conservative movement to national review, beth lane offer a northeast wings. these are eulogies he delivered for president of the united states in a very close relationship with ronald reagan. that eulogy is emotionally devastating. they're eulogies from people. john lennon, jerry garcia, aldiss presley. the only place in the world where you'll find milton friedman writes to jerry garcia. neil: you know, he struck me in far greater detail, but as a
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gentleman. we are always reminded of the elite of them. when i hear him grudgingly saying many years later at us and the guy thought you knew. >> he came from a well-off background. he married into a well-off family. he was an avid yachtsmen and so forth. i interviewed him when he was turning 75. the year 2000 i said mr. buckley, when was the last time he felt insecure about something comic emotionally insecure, in a bad neighborhood after dark on anything at all. and they said well, there have been rather anxious moment that see. one horrific squalor came through and it wasn't entirely sure. what he was disappeared he said 1958. that's a life well lived. >> yet it always wasn't famous
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people. his friend suffered a stroke. >> buckley near 30 of the 50 people and there are times he uses his novelist skills. he was the best-selling novel to conjure the departed, to allow the reader to savor these people as he had known then. it's an intimate look into so many different worlds. history, politics, art, sailing, spy novels in the conservative movement. >> especially after his assassination. b. mackey wrote to eulogies that are in this volume. the title the torch cap slit is taken from one of the eulogies because jfk asked us to keep the torch lit. he faced a special challenge. the emotional outpouring of grief internationally was so broad and deep at the same token
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buckley did not leave. this is a flesh and blood methodically considered a deeply flawed political program. that was the real eulogy. neil: who is that voice today? who would it be? the conservative voice. >> the answer is there can be another voice. when he appeared on "time" magazine. conservatives and can be fun. too many conservatives and powerful in the media age. in the wake of bill buckley there is lots of conservative voices have opened what need is someone with a sense of humor like buckley had. when you rent or mayor of new
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york city in a symbolic way you symbolic way of capturing 13%. he said demand a recount. neil: by the way, the biggest phrase comes from christopher buckley who says this is the best book ever. you should read it. it reminds you of the time. bigger than life and talked about bias
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now. neil: that is the democratic governors say in the affordable care act is no longer affordable. if you listen to gerri willis when they were kookiness thing up comic you would learn the mass has been supported. and the growing number of democrats say that. bottom line, democrats know where this is going to come back to bite them. >> absolutely. let me say something interesting. the governor has no one to blame but himself and their government because they had to approve increases aroused every insurer, that's what their state insurance called. but they demanded with higher premiums with a 50%. the whole thing would've collapsed. the democrats now dealing with all kinds of trouble with obama cared and lots of problems involving families across the country. as they see their own pasco.
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i barely did that bowles health care is taking a which is an all-time high. a percent of the families primarily due to the globe. this is a huge increase for folks out there. i have a lot of research and that area was well-regarded experts. just one if you are for the 2017 year. that's not really a marketplace if you know what i mean. that's not a choice. we continue to see that obamacare continues to crumble down. at night, humana, these are all insurers, big insurers, deep-pocketed insurers pulled out in the marketplace because they keep losing hundreds of millions in dollars.
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it's not that they cannot make profit. this program is so ill designed not for taxpayers >> the governor with the urgent request much bias. many people argue that within the choice altogether. >> it would raise costs are not good for the country no doubt about it. neil: doubling down. thank you very much. it's really so good to see her back. we've got a lot more coming up. donald trump's battle with "the new york times." he doesn't like "the new york times" buying everything. decades ago. she wants to sue them. he might bring this up in a
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neil: top of the hour. welcome back to "cavuto: coast-to-coast." charlie gasparino with some breaking news on the fbi. the e-mail investigation. but if you got? >> this is from staffers inside the fbi. we are hearing i do want to play that too much because fbi people are pretty button-down. there's a mini revolt going on inside the fbi right now over the fact that james carmi failed to indict hillary clinton on getting classified documents on a private e-mail server. i don't think anybody's going to come forward yet when you talk to people, they tell you this that the staffers at work .. are telling their colleagues they wholeheartedly believe there was evidence that existed for an indictment of clinton over the e-mail fiasco in controversy. i'm not sure what they told
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mr. call me about what he should do. they are saying he basically made a political decision not to indict hillary clinton and anger the staffers. here's the interesting thing. the odds of reporting in the past where we were getting fairly good and tell about how they believed there was evidence to indict clinton. as you know, it did not pass the threshold although it was kind of a weird rationale for it. i'm not quite sure exactly what his rationale is. you have to go back and look at it. staffers themselves believe there was enough evidence to indict. they are in a mini revolt. they are now talking to people and telling them that they wanted to indict. you know, this is an interesting controversy. the real question is has anybody come forward? i doubt it, but that is what we're hearing from sources
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inside the fbi. >> they are upset they don't like the way the boss handled it. you can't overrule the boss. just a reminder there's a lot of division within the ei ranks. >> just so you know, here's the upshot from this when the final story is being told. james carmi came into the fbi that was apolitical. he was the u.s. attorney for george bush. he worked for clinton. excuse me, he worked for the obama administration appointed him his job. i think he's going to leave office and the staff is going to attest to this as the guy that did not play it straight. at least on this issue. james carmi may have the rationale like i do when i get the fbi put in a presidential election. i bet the bullet. it's not our job to be involved in the presidential election. it's not your call whether this has an impact.
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go by the evidence. this is very interesting. i'm sure there's more to come. neil:@donald trump i might seize on this. we will watch you closely. as always, speaking of donald trump, west palm beach florida where he'll be addressing a raucous crowd. he has just addressed a small business forum outlining his plans to turn the country around and turn their fortunes around. no doubt he is going to respond to developments including a new york times story interviewing a number of women who claim they were than mr. trump 30 years ago adam shapiro at that event in florida. >> hey, neil. mr. trump will be here any minute. you talk about "the new york times" article and he addressed that this morning. let me read the first. the phony story and the fairly "new york times" is a total fabrication written by the same
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people about the last discredited story. he then went on to talk about the issue that was raised in "people" magazine article and he treated, with why didn't the writer of the 12-year-old article in "people" magazine mentioned the incident in her story? because it did not happen. we are in west palm beach and we spoke to about a thousand people, maybe more. we spoke to trump followers and they said these things are made up and fabrication or that it just doesn't matter. as they wait for mr. trump, the difference between this crowd and the crowd of hillary clinton gathering is very charged. they are passionate about their support for donald trump or at the clinton supporters are energized that there's just a level of energy that you don't
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see, at least we didn't see two days ago at the clinton rally in south florida. neil: thank you very much. donald trump translates that maybe into votes. getting people out to the polls. it's anyone's guess. if i could step back and just ask you how you feel about the latest charges coming up and not so much how you feel about the charges but how donald trump should react to them. we are told that it's going to aggressively go after "the new york times" co. v. threaten to sue "the new york times." every moment he does that distracts from his message which he pounded effectively in the debate and could do so again in the next debate. what do you make of that? >> well, i think he feels that they have to do something to defend themselves good he does need to pay that off and keep focusing on what voters really care about. that is the direction of the future of our country.
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most people think we are on the wrong track right now. our organization, our tea party patriot citizens fund prefers action to inaction and someone who will listen to us rather than lecture us, growth rather than stagnation and security rather than the weakness we are facing in our country right now. neil: do you get a sense that there is to his point a double standard in the media going slow on coverage of the e-mails of hillary clinton may be because so many prominent figures are included in this e-mail exchanges, but not when it comes to alleged trump transgression. >> i think what we are seeing from the wiki of these as well regarding known and it confirms our worst fears. a lot of people in the media are in bed with the liberal candidate and what to do what they can to help them succeed. when it comes to trump stories they are very sensational and
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they can flash really quickly. the things that concern me the most are what we learned about hillary clinton and what she actually said issues for open borders and open trade. she told a group of brazilian bankers dashes for open borders and open trade. that's going to harm our economy and get five if not worse but we've are defending our economy. not growth, the less opportunity are american workers. he has to take a public position neil: there's a lot of stuff in it. all russian hacks releasing donald trump on the locker room talk that this wasn't locker
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room banter saying it was far far worse than says a lot about his character. i'm paraphrasing. a lot higher approval ratings is that more damaging than others making the same charges. >> well, at the end of the day would make out above, they're going to take all this into account and pay attention to what affects them the most in what they're going to see for the future of our country. the american people are smart enough to say we are on the wrong track and it's time for change. neil: u.s.a. women, you can deal with this. you're on to the bigger issues that matter more to you as a voter and as an american. >> is a woman and mother and american i'm concerned for my children's future and what's going happen for the next two decades far more than what has
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happened in the past decade. neil: thank you very much. including that threat against "the new york times." our movement is about replacing a failed and corrupt political establishment with a new government controlled by you the american people there is nothing in the political establishment will not do and no lie that he won't tell to hold their prestige and power at your expense and that's what's been happening. the washington establishment and
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the financial and media corporations that fund that exists for one reason to protect and enrich itself.ll der drs at. as an example, just once dangled trade deal they would like to pass with trillions of dollars controlled by many countries, corporations and lobbyists. for those who control the levels of power in washington and for the global special interest, their partner with these people that don't have these good in mind. our campaign represents a true existential threat like they haven't seen before.
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this is not a four year election. this is a crossroads in the history of our civilization that will determine whether or not we the people reclaim control over our government. [cheers and applause] what is trying to stop us is the same group responsible for our disastrous trade deals, massive illegal immigration and economic and foreign policies that have led our country dry. the political establishment has brought about the destruction of arafat juries and jobs as they flee to mexico, china and other countries all around the world.
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our just announced job numbers are anemic. our gross domestic product or gdp is barely above 1% and going down. workers in the united states are making less than they were almost 20 job. and yet, they are working hard to. that i can tell you. it is a global power structure that is responsible or the economic decisions that have rocked our working class, stricter country of as well and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities. just look at what this corrupt establishment has done to our cities like detroit, flint,
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michigan and rural towns in pennsylvania, ohio, north carolina and all across our country. take a look at what's going on. they've stripped away these towns bear and rated the wealth of themselves and taken our jobs away out of our country, never to return unless i'm elected president. [cheers and applause] the clinton machine is at the center of this power structure. we've seen this firsthand in the wikileaks documents in which hillary clinton meets in secret withal banks to plot the destruction of u.s. sovereignty in order to enrich today's global financial powers for special interest friends and her donors.
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on display, should be locked up. [cheers and applause] m. likewise, the e-mails show that the clinton machine is so closely and irrevocably tied to the media organization that she she -- the shia, listen to this, is given the questions and answers and bands of her debate performance with bernie sanders.
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hillary clinton is also given approval and veto power over quotes written about her in "the new york times." they definitely do not do that to me. they conspired to radically with the campaign on helping her win the election is over. with their control of our government instead. with trillions of dollars on the line to achieve the destruction of our campaign. not going to happen. [cheers and applause] which has now become a great, great movement, the likes of which our country has never seen before.
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they've never seen a movement like this in our country before. yesterday in florida, massive crowds. not able to get in. one of the great political phenomena. the most powerful weapon deployed by the clintons is the corporate media, the prius. [booing] let's be clear on one thing the court of media in our country is no longer involved in journalism they are a political special interest no different than any lobbyists or other financial entity with a total political agenda that and the agenda is not for you and it's for
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themselves. [cheers and applause] and their agenda is to a lacked cricket hillary clinton at any cost no matter how many lives they destroy. for them, nothing at all is out of bounds. this is a struggle for the survival of our nation. believe me. this election will determine whether we are a free nation or whether it be on the illusion of a, but controlled by a small handful of global special interest we can assist and mentor system is rigged.
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this is reality. you know it, they know it, i know it and pretty much the whole world knows it. the establishment and their media enablers will control over the station through means that are very well known. anyone who challenges their control is deemed a sexist, a racist, and morally deformed. they will attack you. they will slander you. they will sit to destroy your career and your family. they will seek to destroy everything about you including your reputation. they will lie, lie, lie and again they will do worse than not. they will do whatever is necessary.
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the clintons are criminals. [cheers and applause] [chanting] this is well documented and the establishment that protects them in a massive cover-up of widespread criminal activity at the state department and the clinton foundation in order to keep the clintons in power. [booing] never in history have we seen such a cover-up as this, one
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that includes the total destruction of 33,000 e-mails. 13 iphones, laptops, missing boxes of evidence and many, many other things. people who are capable of sex crimes -- such crimes against our nation are capable of anything. so now we address the slander that was just last night thrown at me by the clinton machine in the near times and other media outlet as part of a concerted coordinated and vicious attack. it is not coincidence that these attacks calm at the exact same moment then not together at the
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same time as wikileaks releases documents exposing the massive international corruption of the clinton machine, including 2000 more e-mails just this morning. the spacious claims about me as inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false. [cheers and applause] and the clintons know it and they know it very well. these claims are all fabricated. they are pure fiction and their outright lies. these events never, ever happen and said then meekly fully understand. take a look at these people.
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you study these people in general understand also. the claims are preposterous, ludicrous with common sense and logic. we are to have substantial evidence that disputes these life and will be made public in an appropriate way and at an appropriate time. these lies come from outlet whose past stories of art event discredited. their media outlets did not even attempt to confirm the most basic facts because even a simple investigation would have shown that these were nothing more than false smears. six months ago the failing "new
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york times" wrote a massive story attacking me an essential witness they used said the story was false, that she was quoted and accurate. she said that i was a great guy. great coverage of the honest with you. she was an amazing person and never made those remarks. i was sort of surprised and i didn't say it. we demanded a retraction but they refused to print it here just like the comments from another source who praised me in her book are the words of another wonderful woman who said really nice things about me. the day that other statements that she didn't say. they misrepresented. the story was a fraud and a big embarrassment to "the new york times" and it was a vague front
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page story, front page center, color picture, a disgrace. they were very embarrassed. it will be part of the lawsuit we are preparing against them. [cheers and applause] now today, this seemed to discredited writers who should have been fired from "the new york times" for what they did tell another totally fabricated and false story that supposedly took place on an airplane more than 30 years ago. another ridiculous tale, no witnesses, no nothing. and then there was a writer from "people" magazine who wrote a story on milani and myself on our first anniversary.
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the story was beautiful. it was lovely. but last night we hear that after 12 years. this took place 12 years ago this story. a new claim that i made and appropriated dances during the interview to this writer. and i ask very simple question. why was that hard of a story that appeared 12 years ago? why didn't they make it part of the story? i was one of the biggest stars on television with the apprentice and it would've been one of the biggest stories of the year. think of it. she's doing a story on milani at who's pregnant at the time and our one-year anniversary. she said i made inappropriate advances. by the way, that area was a
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public area, people all over the place. take a look. take a look, look at her, but can her words. you tell me what you think. i don't so. [cheers and applause] but it is amazing. a love story on how great we are together. either way, we are stronger today than we ever were before. [cheers and applause] at a love story. it is a love story on our one-year period if i did that, she would have added that china would've been a headline. if you're doing this on television, these people are horrible, horrible light years and interestingly, it happens to have here 26 days before a very
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important election that is a question this invented account has already been debunked by eyewitnesses they were there. the very witness identified as the author has said this story is totally false. by the way, it's got a lot of flaws. can you believe this? why wasn't it in the biggest story of the year. this weekend, "the new york times" published a full-page hit piece with another claim from an individual who has been totally discredited based upon the many, many e-mails and letters she has sent to our office over the years. look at the work. donald is great.
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wanted to go to my rallies. but "the new york times," and this was a fall off a piece refuse to use the evidence that we present. if they used it, if they would've looked they would've said there's no story. others in the media, which almost surprises me because they are dishonest also, were presented with a story by this woman numerous times and they got very excited. after seeing the evidence we immediately give them, all of them refuse to read the story. the times didn't want to see it. they just wrote the story and this was a full-page opposite editorials here this is part of a concerted effort led by "the new york times" and off base. "the new york times" is fighting desperately for is relevant and
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financial survival and that probably won't even be around in a few years based on its financial outlook, which wouldn't be a bad thing. but as it winds down its years and is becoming more and more problematic, it has gotten more and more vicious, more and more bio and even the other mainstream media is talking about the single greatest in history and all between now and november 8th. you have to see the stories they've written. this one after another after another and facts mean nothing. third-rate journalism. the great editors of the past from "the new york times" and others, ladies and gentlemen, are spinning in their graves.
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i will not allow the clinton machine to turn our campaign into a discussion of their slanders and lies, of the american people. [cheers and applause] >> thank you. let me state this as clearly as i can. these attacks were orchestrated by the clintons and media allies. the only thing hillary clinton has going for herself is the price. without the prize, she is absolutely zero. he saw that the other night in
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the debate where some people said she made virtually a full letters of. this is not presidential material, believe me. what they say is false and slanderous in virtually every respect. we are now less than a month from the most important election of our lifetime. indeed, one of the most important elections in the history of our country and the polls are showing us in a dead heat. dump of the what they say. the new highly respected paul just came out morning, just released, shows up nationally two points ahead trump.
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[cheers and applause] just came out. so now, but clinton machine has the lord a small handful of people out of tens of thousands of people over the years that i've met that i worked with that i've employed in order to make wild and false allegations. they failed to make even the most asic test of common sense. again, nothing more for the clintons to keep their corrupt control over our government. when i declared my candidacy, i knew what bad shape our country within. and believe me, all you have to do is look at world events. all you have to do is look at
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the $1.7 billion that we sent to iran and cash. all you have to do is see the way i this was created and what was left by hillary clinton and barack obama out of iran. all you have to do -- all you have to do is look at the 800 people that were very, very not good for her country. they were going to be deported. lo and behold instead of being deported, they were made citizens of the united states. and lo and behold, sadly the 800 people is wrong. it turned out to be close to 1800 people. i've isn't on it. all he wants to do is campaign. the last thing he wants to have been his dad donald trump
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terminate obamacare and do all of the other things that are destroying. [cheers and applause] please let a very denied divided nation and it's only gotten worse as the last thing our country's former years of barack obama. leave me. i have seen firsthand the corruption and the sickness that has taken over our politics. use the net and i've seen and we are all watching together. they would throw every lie and my family and loved ones. they knew they would stop if not named to try to stop me. but i never knew as bad as that would be, i never knew it would be this bad, that it would be
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this vicious. nevertheless, i take all of these things in areas gladly for so that we can have our country back. our great civilization, here in america and across the civilized world, has come upon a moment of reckoning. we've seen it in the united kingdom, where they voted to liberate themselves from global government and global trade deals and global immigration deals that have destroyed their sovereignty, and have destroyed many of those nations. but the central base of world political power is right here in america and it is our corrupt political establishment, that is the greatest power behind the
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efforts at radical globalization and the disenfranchisement of working people. their financial resources are virtually unlimited. their political resources are unlimited. their media resources, are unlimit matched. and most importantly, the depths of their immorality is absolutely unlimited. they will allow radical islamic terrorists to enter our country by the thousands. [booing]. they will allow the great trojan horse, and i don't want people looking back in 100 years and 200 years, and have that story be told about us, because we
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were led by inept, incompetent and corrupt people like barack obama and like hillary clinton. we don't want to be part of that history. [cheering] by the way president obama should stop campaigning and start working on creating jobs, start working on getting our gdp up. start working on strengthening ourgóñ borders. the corrupt political establishment is a machine. it has no soul. i knew these false attacks would come. i knew this day would arrive. only a question of when and i knew the american people would rise above it and vote for the future they deserve. [cheering]
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the only thing that can stop this corrupt machine is you. the only force strong enough to save our country is us. the only people brave enough to vote out this corrupt establishment is you, the american people. [applause] we are going to have a policy, america first. [cheering] >> usa! usa! usa! usa! usa! >> they control, incredibly, the department of justice. [booing] and they even secretly meet with
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the attorney general of the united states. in the back of her÷& airplane, while on the runway, remember he was there. he was going to play golf. gee, there is the attorney general. let me go say hello. plane's on the runway. let me go say hello to the attorney general. he never got to play golf i understand. and it was arizona, a place i love but weather was about 100 some odd degrees. he is not going to play golf. he was not there to flay golf, folks. don't be foolish. they met for 39 minutes and most likely, it was the to discuss her reappointment in a clinton administration, as the attorney general, just prior to making a decision over whether or not to prosecute hillary clinton. okay? that is what happened.
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that is called real life. and that is pretty sad. [booing] they met for 39 minutes. remember he said, we talked golf, and we talked about our grandchildren. three minutes for the grandchildren. two minutes for the golf. then they sat there and twiddled their thumbs. no, i believe they talked about her remaining in her position under a "crooked hillary" clinton administration. that is what i believe. that is what i believe, folks. that's what i believe. and i think that is what most people in this room believe. [cheering] [shouting] likewise, they have essentially corrupted the director of the fbi, to the point at which
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stories are already saying that the great and they are great, truly great men and women who worked for the fbi, are embarrassed and ashamed of what what's done to one of our truly great institutions, the fbi itself. [booking] hillary clinton is guilty of all the things directly comey stated at his press conference and congressional hearing, and far more. he stated many things but it's far more, and he knows that. and yet, after reading all of these items, where she is so guilty, he let her off the hook, while other lives including general petraeus, and many others have been destroyed for doing far, far less.
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this is a conspiracy against you, the american people, and we can not let this happen or continue. [cheering] this is our moment of reckoning as a society. and as a civilization itself. i didn't need to do this, folks, believe me. believe me. neil: we are continuing to monitor donald trump in case you didn't guess, he is going after "the new york times" for that story. we will continue to monitor just what he wants to do. "the new york times" counsel though is saying obviously picking up on his remarks today that we're not going to retract this story about trump. referring to a number of women who claim some years back, in case of 1:30 years back, donald trump groped her. donald trump said that never happened. it never could have happened. there was never an opportunity for it to happen. goes on to say, this is a little
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snide one coming out of the "times" counsel, nothing in our article had slightest effect on reputation of mr. trump. there is a lot going on there. still talking about issues that matter to him and issues donald trump plans to bring up the debate. but in the middle of all of that, we have a guy who is trying to improve the discourse in this election year by elevating its, or trying to, actor kirk cameron. remembered for a lot of things, "growing pains" for one. golden globe nominations. i told my staff, i didn't want him on set with me because he is such a good-looking guy. so i'm a little upset, he is here, whatever. kirk cameron, very good to see you. >> great to see you. honor to be here truly. neil: i don't want to get into politics with you. i think that would be sully what you're trying to do next week, because you're having this event where you're uniting people in 1,000 different theaters. it is not a movie, but about
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ethics morals, decency, explain. >> that's right. we can't escape what is going on politically and we're all in the midst of it and deeply concerned. i visit churches and moms and dads i'm concerned for our kid's future. the nation is on the wrong track, what can we do? so many people i find lose hope at a time like this. i want to say, wait a minute. there has never been a better time, more exciting time in america to be a christian or to be a person of deep faith. this could be our finest hour. how do you tell people -- >> that's what we're here for. neil: you might have caught the piece in "wall street journal" whose conundrum a lot of evangelicals for lack of a better term with faith who are in where they like donald trump on issues. they don't like the messenger i guess. they have serious problems with get the emails, they find exchanges back and forth about religious, catholics, evangelicals and they don't know what to do. they don't know what to do. >> that's right. and i find that it's, when all
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hope seems lost that's when you don't get discouraged and check out but you lean in and you look to god. that is when he parted the red sea. i'm really believing, this could be a red sea moment for you, for me, for us in our america story. so what i've decided to do is call a national family meeting. and i'm asking the family of faith to get together, tuesday night, object 18th. called revive us. and together in 1000 theaters across the nation, ben carson, frances chan, eric metaxas, james mcdonald, we'll wore i'm together, pray together, how to transform the nation. neil: how will the theaters connected? how does everyone communicate? >> they're connected through the technology of a company called fathom. we are satellite broadcast from downtown chicago into 1000 theaters simultaneously. we'll talk about how to transform the nation from the inside out and the bottom up. not the top down, but the bottom
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up. and the inside out. the way patrick transformed ireland. the way john knox transformed scotland of the way whitfield and sam adams created the greatest nation on earth and it starts with faith, knowing god loving, god, going from the heart out to the edges. neil: but that patrick dude chased snakes out of ireland first? >> yeah he did. neil: does part of that require we chase the bad politicians or those who say, awful things out as well? because, by that count on just ethics and decency, both of these candidates have serious problems, right? >> well, we know that is what good government does, to chase away the snakes. it is to protect the good. neil: or the snakes rise to different standard. >> and punish evil. that is what good government does. these are principles all of us want to talk about but where can we do it in safe place. neil: how do you handle with kids? talking about kids we each have
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kids, you have six i guess. hear allegations everything comes up on mr. trump and hear hillary clinton what appear to be lies or, between what she says in open mic and what she tells closed-door audiences, i promised politics but that is fair and balanced criticism of both, right? how do you explain that to kids, saying i don't get i in of this? >> i know what i say to my kids. i say kids, we live in broken world. we live in a broken world. that is why we can be so thankful living in country built on principles that provide for opportunity like this, for you and i to get out, freedom of speech to talk about these things. we can represent our own leaders. when in human history did people get elect their own leaders prior to the united states of america coming to a place where we're taking the ten commandments and we're taking judeo-christian ethics and principles forming a constitution saying we'll not have a king that is tyrant
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ruling us. wee=z the people will rule ourselves because we have virtue. how great is that? neil: -- and religious viewpoint, and look the other way at personal foibles of either candidate? >> say that again? neil: they share your religious views, a lot of voters, but, they're now looking the other way when it comes to foibles of candidates. how do you do that? how do you reconcile your religious views with what you see and hear? >> well, we live in crazy, challenging times and it can be difficult, i think, to sort through all the issues because we've got brush fires over here. brush fires over here. but, what i try to keep my eye on is the 30,000-foot view. what is most important to me? what is most important is that we keep the constitution central and intact because that document has more in it that allows to us have the freedom to work through these issues, together, as a
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nation than people realize. we've got to understand that coming together, trusting god together, worshiping, praying, seeking god's help is of utmost importance. neil: you don't think we lost that? >> we're losing it by the second. that is why i'm saying we need to come together. that is what revive us, that is my offering. come together, let's worship and pray with brilliant faithful people. let's learn the strategy that got us here in the first place. neil: you talk about the freedom of speech, you're not granted that same freedom, right? when you come out as you did some years back talking about gays, that was your opinion. you are strongly -- you weren't alienating them, if you want gay marriage, they ripped you asunder. i don't know how you treat you in the hollywood community. obviously doing quite well, but certain freedom for certain folks, right? >> that's, that's the way that it is in our world today. neil: did that come back and bite you, in other words, in your career?
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neil: didn't seem to? >> no, it is an who are no to stand up for what you hold as precious as sacred and true. ultimately we're doing all of this for our of skin in the game. so do you. we want a great country for our children. with everything that is dividing from political views, religious views, racial, values, i want to offer an opportunity of hope, vision and courage for people of faith, that believe that god has good things in the future but don't know what to do on practical level today, because of all scandal and all of the terror. this is a chance to hear from people very wise, very smart, very full of faith and worship together. we're even going to answer people's questions from the theaters across the nation and have a time to discuss these things in the theaters after the event is finished. neil: it is cool. the day before the debate. >> it is. just before, right on the floor, final presidential debate, we have a chance to blow hope and revival to fill the sails of
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family of faith. neil: not too shabby. kirk cameron. next tuesday, right before the debate. think about it, whatever your views, you're free to have whatever you want to feel. he is free and other people are free, to just mention a word like god. think about that. more after this.
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likes i think, but "new york times" come back, despite threat of a donald trump lawsuit, its counsel is saying that the story, against thee women who accused donald trump having groped them years ago, in one woman ace case 30 years ago is newsworthy information about deep public concern. i will not put 2016 libertarian vice-presidential nominee bill weld on the spot on that story but what it says about the two premier party candidates and controversy they're under. donald trump for comments he paid about women. hillary clinton on reversal she made in emails, very tight cozy relationship with mainstream media in middle of that. government william weld. >> great to see you, neil. always good to be here. neil: don't want to reveal confidence but your pitch is getting shorter in this environment. >> i think it is becoming increasingly evident that donald trump is train check and
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can not be elected. gary johnson respond and performing a public service even service to republican party, offering a alternative fiscally responsible, pro-free trade. sounds like republican party and should be republican party. neil: not yet benefiting. much you weren't invited to the vice-presidential debate. he is not invited to the presidential debate. how do you get the word out in 2016? >> everybody reading stuff about mr. trump. it is very troubling to a lot of people, not just women. so they will say to themselves what should i do. they will have to think. if they think, we not only are fiscally responsible and in favor of free trade, classic republican party positions but we've got experience. we proved that. neil: do you think that more to be alternative donald trump, you personally, governor than an alternative to hillary clinton? >> sigh, i think, i think a trump presidency is highly undesirable because of is foreign policy. neil: you bash him more?
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>> i do. neil: than her less, why? >> that's true. neil: you had your choice between the two of them would seem, not that you want to see yourself in there but, you would prefer hillary clinton? >> well, yeah, as between the two but you know, we're still, gary johnson and i we think we have the best ticket. i don't think that, that mrs. clinton has said things so way out there as mr. trump has about having more nuclear powers in war zones. neil: even though she reversed herself in emails and whatever. let me ask you a little bit about what al gore was saying speaking on hillary clinton's behalf in florida, that it's a waste of time to vote for third party candidate. i'm paraphrasing here but every vote counts. alluding to 2000 when many people voted for ralph nader inial fact it was wasted vote. they would have surely without him there, have voted for the democrat. >> the problem this year in the election is not third parties. it is the r party around the d
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party who think they have a right to monopoly in washington d.c. all they have done the last 15 years is poison the atmosphere down there, get more and more extreme, both parties and obsessed with re-election. neil: how would you feel, governor, if what he was saying, again political viewpoint, your presence, you and governor johnson tipped the race to donald trump in key states. >> i think we probably almost certainly are taking more from mr. trump than from mrs. clinton already and -- neil: actually, when you're left out of these polls, she does better. >> when we're left out and jill stein is left out. every single green party vote comes out of clinton. neil: that chafes you at idea you're a spoiler? >> would chafe at me anyway. we think we got best ticket and wasted vote is voting for somebody you don't believe in. i think majority of the public believes fiscally responsible.
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everybody has to balance their own checkbook, why shouldn't the federal government. a lot of people realize we live in global economy. to go back to the horse and buggy era to have a closed economy, that would cost us tens of millions of jobs. that would be economic disaster in the united states. neil: this environment after the election, whatever happens, let's say you don't make it to the u.s. naval observatory, the vice president's mansion what will you do? >> i will remain an interested observer. i will keep on my big l hat because i think libertarians are closest to my personal beliefs. i never agreed with the movement, conservative social positions of the republican party. in old days under reagan would joke about it. half of us were libertarians, half of us are movement conservatives. it is no joke. it is poisonous down there. i would be back to the day where people listen to each other in washington, d.c., i would offer the new president my services to outside extent i could be
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helpful to move that ball. governor weld, thanks very much. i apologize pushing things back with breaking news. libertarian vice-presidential candidate, former massachusetts governor bill weld. trish regan a lot going on. trish: trump firing back. some of these claims go back decades. so why now? just 26 days before the election, are we learning bit? timing has a lot of people wondering whether or not this is coordinated attack by the clinton campaign i am trish regan. welcome, everyone to "the intelligence report." donald trump moments ago denying he ever assaulted anyone, call this is big media conspiracy, watch. >> these vicious claims about me, of ina

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