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it's been a busy week. nicole: that's right, we have jobs. we are going to turn it over the mornings with maria. we say good morning to you maria bartiromo. maria: job's friday. good morning, everybody, thanks so much for being with us. i'm maria bartiromo and it is friday november 4th, top stories 6:00 a.m. on the east coast. four days more until election days. voters heading to the polls in four days. donald trump and hillary clinton are barn-storming the swing state this is morning. both campaign in the all-important state in ohio today as the rhetoric is heating up. >> i know there are a lot of people who are upset about what's going on in this campaign, aren't there? people come and talk to me. i've had people say that they can't sleep, that their stomach ax are bothering them. >> 650,000 emails discovered by the fbi include brand-new emails, not previously seen. hillary therefore committed perjury absolutely because of
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her stapends. this is a person running for president? maria: new details this morning why the homeland security chief is labeling what hillary clinton did as treason this morning. markets this morning looks like this. we are waiting the job's number. stocks have been down eight days in a row now marketing the longest losing streak since depths of the financial crisis. economists are looking for 115 new jobs to have been added to the economy last month with the unemployment rate dropping 4.9%. one tenth of a percent lower. in europe this morning, global investors concerns over uncertainty in u.s. election. we are looking at declines about 1% across the euro zone.
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nikkei average leading the down, down 1.3% to end the week in japan. scary moments at a wal-mart in pennsylvania after an employee is shot inside the store. the suspect now reportedly in police custody. we have the very latest as investigators search for a motive. and sin city goes dark, major mistake that gave visitors in the dark in popular hotels? donald's big plan to make signature burger for all appetites. we will tell you about the drastic changes this morning. we are previewing the celebration that's been 100 years in the making, plus world series epic rating this week. all the stories coming up this morning and joining me to talk about it fox business network dagen mcdowell, former republican presidential candidate and former arkansas governor mike huckabee and coo courtney.
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>> great to be back. maria: thanks for joining us. dagen: fair even keel coverage of the presidential election unlike somewhere else. we have e-mail evidence. maria: lieutenant colonel ralph peters with us, former fbi director in the studio this morning and trump economic adviser steve moore all on jobs friday. that number in two and a half hours. we will preview for you. donald trump and hillary clinton both campaigning in pennsylvania and ohio today with just four days until election day. trump he's visiting new hampshire while clinton will hit michigan. latest cbs new york times poll that clinton is ahead by just 3% nationally but new developments into the fbi investigations of democratic nominee give trump plenty of ammunition on the trail. watch this. >> if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented
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constitutional crisis that would cripple the operations of our government, she is under investigation for many years and also it will probably end up in my opinion in a criminal trial. maria: joining me right now former new york lieutenant governor betsy mccoy and democratic strategist with us today. good to see you both. thank you so much for joining us. maria: authorities believe the server could have been hacked up to five times. would clinton's negligent resinate with voters now just four days away from election day in. >> well, it's clear that it is already resinating. i laughed when obama blamed shrinking lead in sexism. there's ism here but it's truthism. voters are showing a strong preference for the candidate they believe tell it is truth and in the latest washington post abc tracking poll, donald
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trump has pulled 8% lead over hillary in which candidate is trust worthy. maria: there is that criminal fbi investigation, chuck, clinton's e-mail controversy causing chatter on both sides of the aisle. watch this yesterday. i have to get your reaction, chuck. >> assuming she wins and the investigation goes forward and it looks like an indictment is pending, at that point in time under the constitution, the house of representatives would engage in an impeachment trial, they would go to the senate and impeachment proceedings and removal would take place. this is in my opinion quite frankly it's treason. >> you have some republicans right now who are suggesting they will impeach hillary, they don't necessarily why but they are just going to impeach her. maria: chairman of the house homeland security representative michael mccaul, you just heard calling clinton's actions treason. can she survive?
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>> the people that are going to be most affected are the voters. the congressman from texas is probably going to run for the senate. i'm not making any excuses for hillary clinton or for the server. i think a lot of that is baked in whether that's right or wrong. nobody is above the law either party and i think that that's what the biggest effect is for this particular election it's really right now we have momentum against organization. that's what i'm most intrigued by because i think donald trump definitely has a momentum spike right now at the most opportune time and hillary clinton has built out the organization. 24million people that have already voted. on election day the polls will say what's true and the american people speak. >> hillary clinton believes she's above the law. that's why she's under investigation by the fbi, that's why the house of representatives is investigating her for perjury and obstruction of justice and that's why -- listen to this, hillary clinton is even in
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trouble legal hot water with the folks in chapaqqa new york because she decide today renovate the house tt all the little people are supposed to t. she's going to get in trouble if she's elected president for a law she has not broken yet. >> whether it's the campaign laws, protecting national security, destruction of evidence, that's what people have to start asking themselves, do you put somebody in the white house who has just thumbed their nose at the rules that four-star generals and privates have to fly by. they don't. maria: yeah. dagen: you call yourself a mexican redneck. >> yes, do i.
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dagen: i want to ask you about the latino vote for hillary clinton because you have in the real clear politics average now you have donald trump up by 2 percentage points in nevada where the latino vote should be coming out for hillary clinton. you have him up in texas and you have him up by 4 percentage points in arizona, so what's happening there? >> so i think what you should pay attention to with the latino vote i would take texas and california out of the equation, there's not a lot of organization going on there. like you said wisely the nevada vote i started digging into and the florida vote because the latino vote that will make a huge difference. what we have seen with overall poll numbers the african-american performance is underperforming 10% in in states. you do see overvote right now with latinos if it's just based off the numbers i'm seeing on early vote and it's breaking dramatically for hillary clinton. what we don't know is that people that have voted or will vote on election day prevoting and we will have a downturn on election day.
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that's what's really not known but dagen you're exactly right, she cannot vote without the latino vote in nevada and in orlando particularly in florida. dagen: that's one of the reason that is you see strong rhetoric from president obama on the campaign trail, like you're letting me down if you don't come out to vote for her because they are concerned about the african american vote. it's why he's bringing up the klan. he brought up the klan more than once in the last few days. maria: i don't know if it's resinating though. i feel like people are looking at their own lives whether it's latino and african american and they are saying, how has my life changed in the last eight years. >> the african-american income is down, labor participation is down, home ownership is down, food stamp dependence up a58% under barack obama. he's been very bad for african-american families. >> when you look at the american voters right now they are so frustrated and the concern is that more of this coming out,
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you know, the last four days, all the commercials that are out there are tearing each other down and they're not talking about the issues, economy, isis, it is focused on the -- people are saying i'm frustrated and not going to vote. maria: trump is talking about the issues. he's connecting the dots. you don't see her connecting the dots as much because she's on a attack mode. >> her plan to raise corporate taxes is going to push us into a recession. >> she's out there defending obamacare. my gosh, everybody is gets notices, increases between 24 and 200%. they're looking at that. if i elect hillary i'm going to get a gut punch. if i elect trump i'm okay. i looked at it like this, donald trump is a car that might bump into some other cars and i get that, but hillary is like a drunk driver going to wrong way on the freeway, a lot of people are going to get killed or hurt
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if she's pointed in the wrong direction. dagen: if trump supporters want to get out the vote -- the campaign does not have the number of offices that the clinton campaign does and you're going to have trump supporters putting people in their suv's and driving them to the polls. do they understand that? >> hillary's people, promise them a sandwich and a soft drink. maria: to your point all the more extraordinary that this is so neck and neck right now. he doesn't have the ground game that she has and yet -- >> he has a youth enthusiasm advantage. dagen: when there was such a gap, you have to throw them all out. now that it's tied and neck and neck and a lot of the swing
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states, do you believe them now. >> they're motivated. maria: real quick, betsy, before you go. you may become part of the cabinet, secretary of health and services. >> that's very flattering. i'm rooting for win. maria: staying with us, fox business network will have all-day coverage on election day. tuesday november 8th. we are all hands on deck. this weekend and november 8th. mornings with maria begins an hour early 5:00 a.m. eastern. join us, we have a big four and five days coming up. coming up next race for the white house illegal immigrants to get into the united states, the surge in the southern border. that's next. how it hopes the addition will give it an edge in the retail wars. back in a moment. stay with us
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maria: welcome back, a wal-mart employee in the hospital this morning after shooting inside a wal-mart in pennsylvania. cheryl casone with the story right now. cheryl. cheryl: yeah, maria. that employee was shot multiple times inside a wal-mart store but expect today survive. officers say a gunman walk
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intoed the mercy county wal-mart last night and opened fire on the employee. officials evacuated the store but luckily no one was hurt. soon after police arrested the shooter in the parking lot but still no word yet on a motive. while many americans have threatened, well, leave the country after the election immigrants are pouring in ahead of it. according to border patrol agents smugglers are telling people they need to cross into the country before the election while there's still a chance of amnesty or before a wall the built. in 2016 alone border patrols have apprehended 117,000 immigrants from central america, 5,000 more than the surge of 2014. members -- numbers are also up from haiti and africa. chicago is getting ready for a parade 108 years in the making. mayor emmanuel set up the plans. the team is going to leave the ballpark and head toward
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downtown for a noon rally. chicago's as 40 million viewers, we should say on fox making it the most watched baseball game in 25 years putting it in super bowl territory guys, it was the second most watched telecast behind super bowl 50. start saving up in your khol's cash. a deal with apple. selling apple watch at 400 of its stores, the announcement comes weeks after rival macy's landed a similar deal with apple. this is interesting. this could be good for apple. the watch has been struggling capture buyers and capture a place in the market. back to you. maria: more supports, back to you. coming up futures pointing to lower opening. what the elections may have to do with the market moves? we are going to connect the dots for you next. voter fraud concerns in california this morning after
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maria: welcome back, election jitters shaking investor confidence, it's impacting the stock market and depending on who is voted into office some fear downfall in global trade and global growth. joining us our dear friend, stephanie. >> good to see you. maria: you think we've already gone into recession? >> i do. i think there's alarming things that have happened in the last few months. i was really stunned by some new york city tax receipt data.
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new york city is levered to wall street and it's kind of reflective of the high end. it's sort of the 1% and tax receipts from april to august collapsed out of the plus and -- blue, the guys were perplexed on the sudden tax. it was income taxes, corporate taxes, sales tax receipts, so things have started to slow out of no where. maria: is that an indication that people are leaving out of new york, out of a job, what do you think that tells us? >> sales tax repeat maybe that has to do with less foreign tourist but the fact that income and business tax receipts are down suggests that people are leaving the state. maria: taxes do dictate people's behavior. they are looking for lower-tax states.
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>> if people want to see taxes go up and be pushed around because people vote with their feet, then they need to vote for hillary because taxes are going up with hillary. that's just the clear picture. donald trump is talking about a huge cut in corporate tax which means job creation. it's that simple. dagen: why haven't we seen the market rally, you have eight trading days in a row. so clearly investors hadn't factored in the possibility that lil ri would lose potentially. maria: uncertainty factor. >> exactly. uncertainty trump's tax policy and it's interesting. i was looking at brexit, rallied 12% since. the economic data in the uk in the upside. things have been much better there post exit.
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the reealty turned out to be more positive and i think it'll be the same thing here. if trump wins maybe the markets go up initially. the markets should recover. maria: initially the uncertainty causes a selloff but longer term how do you not think it's a positive for 15% corporate tax role and rollback of regulations. that will be wildly positive for corporate america. >> we see it in the employment market that employers won't make those hires. they might have job openings out there and they're looking, they're interviewing but slow the move. they are cautious. this recession had the worst recoveries of any recoveries. we didn't see wages come back. that's probably what held back consumer spending.
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>> that has been the story. >> yes. >> hanging over them all of this time and maybe whether it's trump or hillary just the resolution of that uncertainty might see them finally say, okay, now we know what we are working with, we can make a plan. >> it seems to me this is another classic example, the elitist are typically wrong. they live in their bubble and always picture it one way. it turns out something different. look at brexit, that was a classic example. the world was going to come into the end if the brits vote today get out of the eu. >> right. dagen: we tamp that down. when people would come on and said the sky was going to fall because -- maria: accepted it. dagen: living through the financial crisis we knew how dire it was but some of the predictions, the american people didn't buy it. the financial crisis and the bank bailout gave birth to the tea party movement because people were tired of the elitist in washington and new york
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telling them that the world was going hell in a hand basket. maria: there's the hysteria right now that people are not buying. the american people are really smart and they see through all of this. we have the job's report coming two hours from now. what kind of reports would move markets? >> i don't think anything is going to be -- take the fed out from december. i think it would be an enormous disappointment that would change their policy. >> they will raise rates in december is what you're saying? >> 175,000 unless it comes in at zero, i think it's pretty hard for them to get out of the box that they've put themselves in. but the reality is this employment situation has been slowing steadily, you know, job growth, running at 265,000 annual gains, we are now at 165,000 and on our way to lower
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and lower because the corporate profits, five quarters in recession employment growth is going to continue to slow. we have much more downside on the job front. maria: wow. real quick, i'm going to ask you later where the growth in jobs is, rr the growth from your standpoint, stephanie? >> i think it's sort of broad-based in the payroll numbers but the quality of the jobs you can characterize as much poorer because the wage numbers, you know, as strong as the headlines job creation has been the wage numbers have been poor. dagen: 7.9 million americans who are unemployed. 2million unemployed longer than 6 months and another 2 million people that are stuck in part-time jobs. >> labor force participation rate is incredibly low but among
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people 65 and over it's the highest in 50 years. people have been robbed of their retirement by these low interest rates from the federal reserve and they're being forced to go back to work. maria: wow, yeah. that has real implications and we continue to see that. stephanie, great to see you. thank you so much. we will see you soon. thank you. special coverage of job's report begins today at 8:00 a.m. right here on mornings with maria. stay with us with a special hour coming up as we navigate and analyze the job's numbers. still oh to come ballot box controversy, misleading ads that tell clinton supporters they can vote by text messaging. not. and then a doctor with super natural powers gets a chance to make box office magic this season. a look at dr. strange coming up. back in a minute the pursuit of healthier. it begins from the second we're born. because, healthier doesn't happen all by itself. it needs to be earned every day. using wellness to keep away illness.
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down the press when it is something you don't like, if you discriminate against people of different faiths, that is what you will do in office except you will have more power to carry out. >> the american people have had enough of the fast and loose antics of the clintons. maria: media bias bombshell, leaked emails highlight a close relationship between cnbc and the clinton campaign. new fears over voter fraud, 83 unused ballots were sent to the same house, serious concerns coming up. markets look like this, futures indicating a lower open ahead of the job number, down 8 days straight, the market the longest losing streak since the financial crisis which comes as the jobs reporters out this morning. we have the numbers for you. economists looking for 175,000 jobs added to the economy. the unemployment rate expected
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to decline 4.9%. in europe markets lower across the board. global investors concerned over uncertainty surrounding the us election. in asia markets in the red. japan the worst performer down 1.3%. are drug companies colluding to drive up the price of your prescription? what you need to know as the justice department's and subpoenas to several drugmaker's. the blackout in vegas the left thousands of visitors that one top hotel in the dark. making the big mac bigger and smaller mcdonald's has big plans for its signature burger but customers want to take, things get weird at the box office this weekend, doctor strange brings magic to theaters. four days until election day. voter fraud continuing to rise. one may notice two stacks of 2016 ballots in his mailbox, he
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found 83 unused ballots addressed to different people, supposedly living in his neighborhood, two bedroom apartment. governor mike huckabee, this is continuing to show its ugly head across the country and now this. >> you can get ballots on amazon prime delivered by the hundreds if you like. democrats say there is no ballot fraud, there is no such thing but there is. let me be quick and fair. i don't think ballot fraud will swing the election one way or another on a national scale. in arkansas, he is paying people $5 a vote, city councilman in arkansas, 125 absentee ballots on his kitchen table, ballot fraud does exist in this country and it is serious. maria: will it swing the election? >> probably not on the national level because it would have to happen in enough precincts to swing precincts to swing states
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and electoral votes. i don't think that will happen. liz: a personal story about a week ago, checking to make sure i was supposed to vote, it said there was a problem with my voting registration so i called the board of elections a10:00 in the morning, nobody answered the phone. i called back and the man who answered the phone said, i said i have a question about my voter id, voter registration and he said all the lines are taken, call back and he hung up on me. maria: the biggest city in the entire nation. liz: they can't answer the phone and when they do they hang up on you. if it came up i was conservative, is that why they hung up on me? it came up fox news, is that why you hung up on me?
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i am surely not the only one but it speaks to how poorly some of these areas are run in terms of voter registration and dealing with questions like this. >> i had a friend who went to vote early and was frustrated with both candidates but also frustrated that they went in, hardly even looked at his id, he felt like really? do we feel secure that this is going to be valid? already frustrated voters and here they go to vote and don't feel their vote is being counted. maria: a week ago we had a woman from texas who voted republican all the way down the line, got her ballot out of the machine and it said she voted for clinton. she said this is wrong. they embarrassed her. she was embarrassed to come on the show.
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there are issues. >> i am more worried about voter machines being mis-programmed than i am somebody voting several times. we do have to realize there are people whose motto is voter early vote often and they do that. maria: the latest wikileaks emails, one email finds john harwood sending an email titled watch out to john podesta and warning him of ben carson in may 2015. in the email here is what he says. ben carson could give you real trouble in general and sent a piece from his interview and carson's other you.. he is sending this email to john podesta about you as well, you are in wikileaks and says, quote, since you probably faced
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him the email contains a link of your interview with him in october 2015. you have john harwood trying as hard as he can to help john podesta. >> what i reasoned is john harwood and other people presenting themselves to be journalists when they are nothing more than political hacks for one particular viewpoint. people are supposed to be the referees start wearing team jerseys and tipping the scales the system is rigged. donald trump is right, bernie sanders is right, the american people are disgusted with it. if they want to stop it they can't change the media but they can change the election outcome. john harwood in that nbc debate was the worst example of media bias, a cooked deal where they were going after trying to make all of us attack donald trump. it was a disgusting debate. maria: you are at the debate. >> the question i got is, is donald trump morally fit to be
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president? it was a stupid question. we didn't talk about healthcare or transportation or anything. we talked about stupid stuff because those moderators were out there to embarrass the republicans. dagen: if you read the other emails that came out that praised john harwood lavishes on hillary clinton in emails to john podesta, she is over the hump, se has to do this ad infinitum, here is john harwood, she looked more comfortable talking about andrea mitchell. >> on the clinton team. >> this is a new height of but smooching and we have seen that in our lives. some of these journalists want to be liked. >> that is not journalism. if you read a story and you are in a story and it makes you mad
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and you know what the reporters point of view is that is not journalism. i couldn't tell whether the journalists liked me or not, i don't know about the story, whether that guy likes me or not. cheryl: appreciate it. we will talk more about what is happening in the country today as we continue, foxbusiness will be live all weekend all day and tomorrow, tomorrow afternoon and sunday starting at 6:00 eastern special election coverage all weekend, all hands on deck before and after election day. mcdonald's classic gets a new look, big and small changes to the big mac. the videogame expected to be the biggest selling game of the year set to hit store shelves, activism benefiting a lot of buzz back in a minute.
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maria: market lower this morning, futures 20 points on the dow jones industrial average all about the jobs number, we are getting the job number in under two hours, 175,000 new jobs expected to be added to the economy. blizzard shares this morning the next iteration of the multibillion-dollar call of duty franchise hitting shelves today, call of duty infinite warfare is expected to be a top seller for the country's biggest videogame company, a big rise in revenue ahead of this release. the stock is lower this morning ahead of the open, a third quarter for cbs. beating expectations by $0.07 a share. and an increase in revenue with cbs affiliate in digital distribution, stockton premarket on the upside, federal prosecutors getting close to bringing criminal charges against generic drugmaker's. cheryl casone he with that
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story. cheryl: this is about price collusion with a source told the wall street journal the justice department could bring cases before the end of this year. several drugmaker that executives requesting information about prices of products and, quote, communications with competitors. they are colluding with pharmaceutical laboratories and tarot pharmaceuticals. the lights went out in vegas. power being restored to the paris hotel and casino. a massive power outage caused a total evacuation of the property. >> we were stuck in there approximately two hours. you open the door and could see two doors down the hall. >> found my way to get down the stairs with no lights, nobody gave me instructions, nobody was around to ask, didn't know how to get a flashlight on my phone and i tripped on the last three
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stairs. maria: workers in the basement accidentally cut into the main power line. big changes coming to the big mac. mcdonald's with versions of the popular burger. mac junior and grand mac, it introduced 50 years ago. they are trying to reverse the slowdown in sales was the grand mac will have two all beef patties, way a third of a pound, 890 cal, mac junior has one patty in the middle button, 480 cal and the regular big mac, wanted to give everyone their options. dagen: whispering in my ear, the answer is no, never eaten one in my life. quarter pounder for sure, chicken mcnuggets all day long. never had a big mac.
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let's not debate chicken mc nuggets. >> in case you missed it check the top moments of the show. >> the american people shrugged about this, they knew most of the liberal media elites were for clinton, against trump. i am a democrat and democrats are in a tailspin. >> the american public is angry on both sides of the equation. trump has tapped into that. i am not surprised the race is tightening. keep campaigning with gac. anyone listen to the lyrics of his song? >> 15 months i have been arguing hillary clinton should be indicted and since july 5th arguing should have been indicted for espionage, failure to maintain state secrets.
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>> she ought to disassociate herself and family from the clinton foundation, turn it over to the gates foundation or somebody else. it is wrong to have foundations that accept money from foreign governments. >> no one accuses the trump family of running a foundation where they are taking money or making sides with foreign nations. maria: what should foreign nations be doing together messages out? >> hillary has to be a little less shrill than she was yesterday with that protester, don't let them see you sweat. >> polls at the end of every presidential election tighten, but i am encouraged. i voted for hillary clinton four days ago in santa fe, new mexico, big turnout, big hispanic turn out. >> i campaign manager slot, i have my plan laid out. i have no idea what will happen. i am in total disarray. >> every election cycle people
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talk about if there candidate doesn't win they are leaving. this year we see people putting their money where their mouth is. >> that is what everybody will be doing on wednesday after the election.
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now on hearing it can be widened in ways you can't imagine you reject the possibility. >> i reject it because of fairytales about energy or the power of grief. there is no such thing as spirit. maria: there was a clip from
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doctor strange am of the latest movie released by marvel studios, a fantasy film about a successful doctor who gain supernatural powers. joining us with his take is michael, that looked pretty good. movies based on comic books these days. >> this one is a little different. the source material is not that well known, it has that going for it. currently it is outpacing and man, pulling in $70 million, has a lot going for it. there was a survey of ticket buyers, 97% are marvel fans, 85 interest in doctor superhero movie, 82% are comic book fans, drawing a large group of people. maria: you did a survey i took on twitter, my answer when i saw you were asking your followers if it would take the top spot
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this weekend. one of the films is hacksaw ridge which tells the true story of a soldier, the first conscious objector to win the medal of honor. >> mel gibson directed after ten years, sober and clean with the new daughter on the way, people saying, i saw the movie, incredibly powerful, the best work of his career. this is under the you should look for. it will do okay at the box office in the number 3 spot but this is a movie that -- maria: you think it makes its money back. if war dramas are not your thing you could take the kid. you talk to the stars already. >> justin timberlake giving us a sneak peek. >> flap it >> the new animated musical comedy charles speech is the voice of justin timberlake and christopher black in a story about two trolls trying to save
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their village. >> what is your plan? >> i feel proud of this movie and how the music is in and out of the comedy and the heart of the film. >> these trolls are family-friendly, get lots of hugs, something anna is trying to warm up to. >> i am always like good to see you, the elevator is here. >> she did that to me a couple times. ♪ i see your true colors shining through ♪ >> reporter: just and things on some of the songs. >> a lot of old songs from the 70s and 80s. done in a more modern way.
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and a lot of pop music too. >> even though anna sings on the soundtrack she's not ready to share the stage with justin. >> i played a show in london at the end of the press tour and was joking that i was going to bring her up to sing two colors and i think i saw true fright. >> for just a moment. witnessed a decade being drained out of my life. >> because i enjoy being anna's friends, based on that reaction even being a joke i would not do that again. >> reporter: catch trolls at a theater near you. maria: that looks good. hearing them sing, i love it. >> who has another hug?
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group hug. maria: we will go to the movies this weekend. dagen: longest losing streak since the financial crisis for the s&p 500 but drug stocks under the weather this week. pharmaceuticals, the worst performer this week down 6.5%, the worst week since march, the justice department is investigating price collusion by generic drug companies and worry about drug crackdowns by the government, if hillary clinton wins, more "mornings with maria" when we come back.
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>> good friday morning everyone. your top stories right now. the insults are flying. as donald trump and hillary clinton are campaigning today. donald trump on the attack. >> everything donald trump has said and done both in his career skimping is a preview of what can happen. how about it donald trump new
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details this morning. in the fbi's investigation into the clinton e-mail skin appeared their labeling what hillary clinton did as a treason this morning. stocks are down. the largest losing streak. there's a critical october jobs report out this morning. the economist are looking for hundreds of 5,000 jobs added to the economy last month. the unemployment rate ticking lower. global investors concerned. markets there were sitting
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there. in asia overnight the tone was set negative. ending down 1.3% overnight. another day another problem for obama care. a major insurance company is pulling back. this continuing to fall out the stocks are plummeting. the stock is down sharply this morning. ms. america heads to china. the details between a chinese company. joining me to talk all about it. it's a big stock stay. i that you can say something
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else. i'm sure i will have something later. we want to hear all about it. when a southern woman says a bless your heart of the next thing you will see is all your blood. we used to say that. you taught me something with that. they go through the economic plan of donald trump and hillary clinton this morning. a tale of two campaigns. they're keeping his cool.
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>> stay on point donald. and somebody who have another rally. they actually said out loud to himself stay on point donald. the campaign probably put that in the teleprompter. >> anybody who is upset about a saturday night live skit you know my in charge of nuclear weapons. you will be president of the united states. maria: let's bring in any homes.
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we can kick this off with you. which strategy should hillary clinton deploy. they want to project help so that when voters actually go into that voting booth they are voting for something and not against it. there is a new new york times poll out this morning. with actually want to do for the country. we will see if they do that. this whole campaign season i want to vote in this person. this is no surprise.
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i think the american voter they want to hear what these candidates are gonna do for america. how there can move america forward. i think donald trump is in a stronger position to do that because of james comey in the fbi renewing the investigation. hillary clinton she is on defense right now. i think the best position is to go a positive and that he can then he can gain some ground with that. >> i think there's a definite difference in the end to the candidates at the podium. donald trump is having fun. you can listen to it. hillary looks like somebody gave her a big glass of vinegar before sammy came to the podium. it's the trump versus the
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grump. a lot of conversation on twitter. i want to get your take on this. on the trail spending a lot of time with hillary clinton donald trump is questioning obama's presence on the trail. watch this. >> i does left miami and in leaving icy air force one. so i said to myself i wonder who that could be. it's our president sometimes referred to as the overall office. why is he not back in the white house bringing our jobs back. they actually have a conflict.
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when my gifts to people criticizing and the american people. like all presidents have done this in the past. given what the president has done in terms of a regulation in the last almost eight years in the record numbers of regulations. they are coming out of the white house. do you really want him in washington. they would be better off in the campaign trail. the worst thing that ever happened in american politics was air-conditioning. >> one presidents go on vacation. how precarious does it put the
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president in the us to go out there and all rainbow and puppy dogs. hillary she has plenty of money. all of these wall street folks have thrown plenty of my eye at her feet. to be fair they call the trump supporters would be supporting the claim. when haystacks -- starts attacking americans who generally want to make america great again. it shows how concerned the clinton campaign is. with a lower turnout. there is a very specific reason why they should have
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anticipated this. we have seen us in the election. president obama's popularity has never translated. it did translate in the mid term in 20 in 2014. why would it for hillary. >> when you try to do a guilt by association and i really resent the president for throwing the things like the clan. nobody has ever been able to successfully say that a man as is a racist. that's nonsense. watching president obama speak in the tone that he was speaking. he still is our president. he's trying to protect his legacy. and wasn't his wife when they go low we go high.
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just to remind hillary what she said because she took that line for michelle. they're not going very high these days. they have announced plans for huge election eve rally. hillary clinton will be joined by president bill clinton. president obama and the first lady had high approval ratings. they both need pennsylvania. >> is an interesting there during this rally in pennsylvania. they have argued for months that pennsylvania is not that competitive. it is a defensive play for them to be having this last-minute rally before election night in that state. but i would point out of course hillary clinton does have a star-studded roster. a sitting president.
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if you remember back in 2008 george w. bush was as all popular. they did not use george w. bush on the trail really at all. in 2000 how gore did not want to use bill clinton because he was just coming off the lewinsky scandal. >> that was specific stories. but you make the point that this is not that. the clinton campaign pays for that. if you look at it from the different angle. if he was now on not on the campaign trail and he was willing to be there and you don't lose them -- use them. whether you like the man in the policies whatever. has a 55% approval rate. and she has to walk this balance of yes i'm with obama
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obama care is the craziest thing i've ever seen. she is going further left. and hillary clinton is gonna be the second rendition of bill in terms of his fiscal policy and what he did. forget about it. she is moving further left. she is further left on what she wants to do with obama care and health care in this country. they want a public option in obama care. it is the road to single payer. this is what has happened to the party in the last eight years. good to see both. stay with us. we are all hands on deck for
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>> the global globes is buying dick clark productions. it gives it the right to shows like the academy of country music awards miss america and of course dick clark's rocking new year's eve. they also own legendary entertainment. the buy make sense bite makes sense for the company. back to you. >> it's kind of wrong for miss america to be owned by china. >> you're right. donald trump is digging into hillary clinton on pay for play.
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of honor recipients behind me to think of her being there boss. i don't think so. they are incredible patriots they would never say a thing. but i know what they're thinking. she's under multiple criminal investigations. lieutenant côte peters. they reported earlier this week that there was a 99% chance that foreigners hacked secretary clinton's server what is your take on that and on trump saying military members do not take clinton seriously. what do you you hear from the military community. all of this is so utterly
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overheated. on the issue of hillary's e-mails your responsibility indeed i believe criminal behavior. i am much more worried and alarmed about donald trump's adoration of vladimir putin and it's evident in his intent to get elected. as far as the military goes is divided. the people i tend to hang with they fear trump they fear him deeply. there are other people in the military obviously who support him. the military -- reflects our country. at the end of the day i detest
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hillary clinton i find her despicable. i still think she is a safer bet for president than donald trump. his attacks on nato's crazy statements about syria and iran he knows more about isis than the general's maria, i just can't swallow that. >> i hear that but we had been run over by the iranians. we didn't even try to get anything out of them. we just handed them a big check. how can that possibly be a policy that we want to continue. i certainly don't want to continue it. hillary clinton is a much better man than barack obama. i am trying to be honest. i'm not getting on anybody's bandwagon.
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i will give the american people my honest view. on foreign policy and national security hillary clinton is clearly preferable to the irresponsible donald trump. >> do you think she would surround herself with a kind the kind of people that would make her safer? is not just who the president is who they put around them. who do they employ who did they appoint what kind of world of you or do they have it going in. how do they look at our allies versus our true enemies. that worries me. look at the people who are backing these candidates. i don't want to be partisan about this. but the generals and admirals i respect. they are overwhelmingly behind hillary clinton not because they think she is great not because they even respect her but because they fear trump
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presidency as do i. >> if i could throw one more thing in there. i admire you tremendously but if we have hillary clinton here is a person who has shown an under contempt for the law if you have done what she have done with classified information where would you be right now it would not be on maria's show. >> i would be in jail. hillary clinton is indefensible. she is the worst possible choice to be the united states of america's president except for donald trump. >> you're saying about what he has said versus what she has done. i keep hearing all of the stuff about how bad experiences. experience counts. we saw naivety with obama
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coming to office. and again hillary clinton she knows what putin is about. and putin fears her or he wouldn't be tried so hard with these links to get trump elected. there's a lot more back story here. putin clearly has some kind of hold over donald trump. >> the fbi said they have no evidence of a trump russia connection that's what james comey said the other day. >> they say that the wikileaks one-sided dump the hacking has come from russia. maria, you can connect those dots. the fbi is in shambles right now. we can argue this back-and-forth. when i come on the show which i love the show.
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maria: welcome back. thank you so much for being here. it is jobs friday. november 4. it is a tale of two campaigns as hillary clinton by tough scandal. the former foe doing all he can to help the struggling candidate now. >> this campaign is not a personality contest we are not voting for high school president were voting for the most powerful leadoff in the entire world. >> he could not sit by anymore and watch what's happening in our country. that's when this campaign, this movement began.
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maria: at least three swing states. and we will be talking about the fbi. is it fair. we are off of the lows this morning. it will be the longest losing streak since the depth of the financial crisis. it's due in one hour. they are expecting hundreds expected hundred 75 new jobs. but the unemployment rate ticking down to 4.9%. this is a last jobs number in major economic report before the election next week. markets were also in the red. another major insurer is pulling out on obama care. the impact that the myth could have on the exchanges. plus president obama says response coming up.
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and to russia with love. the story behind the unlikely friendship. you have to hear this one. a neiman marcus goes green. all of the stories coming up. we kick off this half-hour with the clinton foundation under investigation. allegations of pay to play. they have a shockingly been under fbi scrutiny for more than a year. watch this. the fbi is investigating how heavily rick hillary clinton but the office of secretary of state up for sale in violation of federal law. >> what we've seen what's been said and how distressful it has been i know there are a lot of people who are upset about what's gone on in this campaign. the presidency doesn't change
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who you are it reveals who you are. thank you so much for joining us. >> there's been no legitimate investigation. they're not allowed the grand jury to be present. the bureau has had to conduct a shell investigation without subpoenas and warrants. they have to beg for information. the department gave immunity to some of the co-conspirators in this thing. they left all this evidence on the table. perjury, on and on.
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if they are investigating there is enough out there in the public domain to at least look at it. lesson 6% of the money to charity. it's not really a charity. you cannot investigate that without a grand jury. nothing is really good to come out of this other than the agents tried to collect information. that is really incredible. on the politicizing of the fbi. it's the most damning and
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terrible thing about this. you've been there for so long she's supposed to be the top cop in the country. the president appointed her. she's can be loyal to him and stumped on any investigation. it usually hasn't been a problem in the united states. is totally politicized now. the have of the justice department and her minions are really proud of the democratic national committee. just look at the stuff on wikileaks and see the connections. and so should some of the people in on the fbi. the deputy director. the wind have lunch there. the governor of virginia.
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it just shows awful judgment. that's what has the agents upset. it's not trump bill. people are frustrated with the fact that the rule of law has been cast to the curb. what you think went on within the ranks of the fbi. it feels like someone is leaking information.
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i don't even know who they are. but typically they are people with a lot of people mixed in there. i think the lower level rank-and-file are just. about the fact that they have not been able to do their job. it's not political. the fbi is never political. i've been there for 28 years. i never heard anything about politics or groups that supported this or that. it's like everybody else in the population. they keep that to themselves. they're not doing things for political reasons. they're doing things to protect people in the united states of america. is that the investigator's fault. it's the people that are high-level in both the justice department and the fbi. to make one current agent told them that the fbi's trump land that there's a lot of agents that are for trump and they were comfortable with the fact
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that they were being pressured not to do the investigation. i think they're they are looking at the so-called investigation and they're looking at the stuff that wasn't even there. the violation of the federal records act it all starts on the table there. special access programs. back in world war ii they lined you up with a firing squad for that type of stuff. that is the most sensitive thing in the united states. it could involve identities of agents overseas. i could be it could be all kinds of stuff. now it's probably russia and china. they probably have all of the
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stuff. because they apparently said that there's a 99% chance that five foreign governments hacked her server. a lot of these countries you can buy someinor alrithms. she has a thing in the wide open. he said something earlier that i also saw and was outraged by. they only gave 6% of the revenue to the places where there was need. so where did the other 904% go. >> on the whole clinton family cabal is on the payroll there. >> you don't see that in the media at all by the way. if they drop below 50%.
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>> do you think donald trump will surround himself with the right people in terms of national security should he write -- win the presidency quacks. >> he's can bring other smart people. he will bring people like rudy giuliani and a homeland security or the justice department or something like that. have bring some great people into the treasury. that's why he is so successful because he surrounds himself with very good people. they're they are willing to take a risk on the unknown. they want an end to the corruption. >> he's more concerned with what is good for the united states of america our culture they had been neglected for decades. as an outreach. look what goes on in chicago. you can't count them on your
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hands and feet. the democrats that run these. they have haven't done squat. something different has to happen for these people. and it does feel like an out with all of the information coming out on this investigation this is resonated with voters. if hillary clinton would become president with a distraught the investigation. >> and depends on what the director does. he needs to stand up and demand that they conduct a proper investigation. no one is looking to bring bs into investigation. they're looking into the facts. they deserve the rule of law.
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we began navy guy for taking three or four pictures on the submarine. he is in federal prison. and when you think about the trace and carter. incorporation you. good to see you. we will be right back.
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maria: welcome back. another big setback for obama care. the insurance industry continues to pull back from obama care. no health insurance said it will not expand its individual plan. also they are losing money in the exchange because the lower than anticipated enrollments. they claim there's no real alternative. they are opposed to that.
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welcome back. good morning to you. i want to give you the latest poll numbers on what is happening here on the ground in florida. because this is turning out to be battleground central. according to the latest cnn poll hillary clinton has once again gone on top of it donald trump here among likely voters. clinton is getting that.
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jill stein with 1%. the real clear politics out there. this is going back and forth. clinton with a very strong lead. keep all of this in mind. take a look at what's happening in the 67 counties. we shot this video. hundreds of thousands of ballots being tackled. nobody knows. the machines are locked down. 8:00 p.m. eastern and all of florida.
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here is a latest vote by mail and vote early numbers. 5million people plus have already cast a ballot. they're turning they are turning out their base by mail. with this one republicans they turned out 1.1 million people to the polls. in the overall lead that they've enjoyed in the state of florida getting out there has fallen to just 1,833. we go into the weekend. very tight. into a very tight race. donald trump will be back here in tampa on tuesday. these are the key states. they're going back there with her whole team at they were
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that far ahead in pennsylvania they would be going back. it got to get them out on election day. they're definitely worried. just four days until election day. we will be right back.
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. maria: good morning welcome back i am maria bartiromo, it is jobs friday, november 4, your top stories right now 8:00 a.m. on the east coast, breaking news this morning, we are just 30 minutes away from the critical october jobs' report, economists are looking for 175,000 new jobs added to the the economy last month, the unemployment rate dropping to 4.9% down a fraction, leading up to election stocks have fallen 88 -- 8 days in a row the longest losing streak since depths of the financial crisis today looking at that to continue expending lower opening from broader averages down 15, 20 points on dow, of course, all about the jobs' report, in 30 minutes we will have numbers for you, in europe, markets are lower across the board, check it out global investors are concerned befr uncertainty surrounding u.s. election anybody hos guess at this point major averages down 1% on average in europe in asia overnight tone discontent negative nikkei average top loser there ending the week, down 1.3% overnight,
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this morning. the economy will be one of the key issues on voters' minds as they head to polls 4 days from now hillary clinton donald trump on back to as they hit swing states. >> i am honored to have the greatest temperament that anyone ever had. >> he knows we can see and hear him. right? someone has another rally yesterday actually said out allowed to himself stay on point donald stay on point. >> if she were to win would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. that would cripple the operations of our government. she is likeable to be under investigation for many years it will probably end up in my opinion in a criminal trial. >> very latest this morning hillary's lead over donald trump shrinking right now go, pro out of focus, details after a massive miss on
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earnings, has that stock plummeting this morning, take a look, gopro down sharply the cubs get ready to party, appreciativing the celebration over 100 years in making we veal the world series epic ratings from game seven, stories coming up joining me to talk about it fox business network dagen mcdowell and president ceo joanie courtney former republican presidential candidate former arkansas governor mike huckabee great to have you -- >> thank you very much delighted. >> we always look forward to you being here. >> this number a big deal i don't care a what some people said a huge deal even if i have the doesn't surprise upside or downside inspects to the condition of the run people are voting about -- >> when you see a tough number that will dictate behavior you are afraid of you are afraid of losing your job family losing their job, there is that as well. >> trump said last month when report came out is there the last report that comes out? obviously -- it is today but he said i should be elected just based on this report it
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is so bad, so i think that it is an important report to dagen's point, will be interesting to see how it sets tone next few days, not looking for a tough report looking -- 75,000 for the month. >> every time a report surprised? think about this every report, economists are surprised, a no matter what do they ever peg it right ever just exactly what we said, always surprised. >> -- peg it right all-star panel joining us to talk about critical october jobs' report trump economic advisor steve morris host of intelligence report trish regan with us charles payne making money with charles payne join us fox business network all stars more from trump economic team to talk about jobs in america today, along with presidentialf
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hispanic population in arizona that is driving this tim kaine, the democratic vice presidential nominee in nearby footnotes last night speech entirely in spanish first time any presidential or vice presidential candidate has
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given speech in spanish, 30% hispanic they think a quarter eligible to vote maybe that is in part what drives another interesting issue, that is on in play this fall. we will see how it turns out maria. maria: jeff we will be watching that thank you so much jeff flock joining is life, joining us right now, in trump economic advisory steve moore good to see you i want your thoughts on jobs reports but what are thoughts on this minimum wage discussion. >> first of all, maria i just like to say i really resent what hike muck bee said about economists my -- [laughter], are you saying we are
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indecisive. >> steven is never surprised. >> there you go. >> so on minimum wage, it is interesting i was just in seattle this week maria as you probably know, seattle has one of the highest minimum wages in the country just implemented that about a year ago evidence coming in from university of washington that indicates just as economists would have thought governor -- the impact of this has been that there has been a reduction of hiring, and a lot of young people have been priced out of the with every i am against raising minimum wage especially nationally, because it is one thing to say raise minimum wage in california, it is another thing to have that same wage, in a state like governor like arkansas mississippi where costs are much lower, so i think it i think the people are going to be most adversely
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affected by increases in minimum wage going to be young workers especially teens continue to may be justify 10, 11, 12 dollar an hour wage. >> trump said he wants to leave minimum wage to the states. >>. >> i agree with that, i think look arizona wants to raise minimum wage i don't think a very good idea but that is the right of the people, that state, but, as i said earlier, you know some states have a lot higher comforts, and different labor market situation than others who, they have a national average, is going to hurt the poorer states don't you think governor. >> yeah i do steve i think the republicans need to change the rhetoric on that rather than arguing over minineed to say why fighting over lowest let's talk about a maximum wage. >> i agree. >> how do you get to maximum wage you get educated you get prepared for a job, if you don't like one that base 9 bucks an hour hey well there is 40 bucks an hour how do you get trained to be a wholesalered get you into that. >> you are exactly right about that that is the really the key, issue, in this whole
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election i would say not about the minimum wage it is about the median wage in this country you look at stats the census bureau came out with maria you looked at this is numbers now 15 years, you go back to something like, the year 2002 since the average american worker got a pay raise when you add to that that higher costs of obamacare when comes out of the bottom line of workers, workers are doing worse that i than before not the minimum wage that average wage. >> that is great analysis that is why you are looking at wages in this reported coming out this morning. >> absolutely wages probably one of the key indicators, because we did see that consumer spending also wasn't as strong, when you look at you know the overall job market i would say wages are starting to move in certain sectors, health care has been very strong, even seen it in truck drivers, those we just have not seen the growth
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really come back strong wages going to be key, i know the fed is looking at that, they know they really want o to see wages moving right direction, will determine what happens prior minijobs' report september wages year over year up 2.6% above % average that he we've seen during this recovery, but in terms of who people vote for, that is too late in terms of people feeling kind of slow threw prosper 70 or wage gain. >> never really came back from this recession. >> steve quick before you go, one thing that worries people about donald trump's economic plans we know he is going to lower taxes roll back regulations, but the worried part is trade skfrgs you don't think he is gonna put tariffs on other countries. >> i am so glad you asked me about this this is bubbling up there was a mythology among investor class traders that trump is worse for the stock
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market than hillary is i don't see that, look when you look what we're going to do on taxes we are going to cut capital gains cut business tax rate a very positive impact on, on stocks, because it increases the rate of return on investment you are right the concern is about trade, but look i don't think trump is going to come in just rip up every trade deal i think -- i thk some of them certainly the asian trade deal renegotiated i talked to trump many times on this keeps saying steve i am not an isolationist not protectionist i want better deals. >> good to see you. thank you so much thank governor huckabee for joining us. >> thank you. >> pleasure to be hesh. >> parting thoughts? >> i will be with you i think next wednesday after election. >> going to be fun. >> don't buy collard green by mail. >> don't worry i won't be buying collard greens by neiman-marcus. >> governor see you soon stay
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original source of the podesta e-mails are hillary clinton campaign chairman john podesta and his correspondent white house said russia not only behind hacking but attempting to interfere with u.s. election process, a tennessee as go station gained notoriety in months for pro trump messages has run out of gas, literally, about shell oil cut tie with those the store because many messages were pro faip saying it branded branding guidelines asked they be removed the station owner says he may sue. >> gopro plunging 1% premarket after maker of cameras for adrenaline junkies a net loss 4th quarter revenue falling 40% interest a year ago, gopro sales forecast for the current quarter due to production issues for new hero 5 camera, and new drone karma, stock is down 88% from 2014 high there is a stock premarket
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substantially down. and cubs' fans celebrating this morning, they basically went all night after team first world series win in 108 years today, the big parade. the team bus leaving wrigley field live right now, 11:00 a.m. eastern time going down michigan avenue towards grant park the city may turn chicago river blue for the occasion. meanwhile, the ratings for game seven a hit out of the park 25% of all televisions tuned into the game, as more than 40 million people maria watched it that is the most in 25 years for a baseball game, so big game today congratulations to cubs. >> congrats to the cubs thanks we are a few minutes away from october jobs' report what you need to know ahead of release 10 minutes away stay with us.
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report and looking for 175,000 jobs, added to the economy last month unemployment rate ticking down slightly 4.9% joining the conversation right now our all-star panel trish regan host of the intelligence report on fox business network, along with host making money with charles payne, charles payne himself here joining us barons.com editor jock thank you so much being here important day a few days away from election. >> i know i know. >> normally would he would say some form of october surprise wouldn't necessarily be to a directing could be for donald trump if hammering away on obamacare two or three months has been a hammering away on economy two or three months every time and like 150,000175,000, that is something you leap on that is news because he does so well when he does rallies, and z refuses topical events particularly economic events to pocketbooks you saw, talking about obamacare a lot now but i think jobs
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ultimately particularly wages is what is at heart of the matter no what the what i think the number will be okay, from a wall street point of view but main street point of view going to rein force what people feel. >> trish obamacare one of the biggest issues for companies unwillingness to add positions. >> that is a big part of it maria. and there is there is also just you know shift we've been undergoing, last 20 years as a result, our middle class increasing left behind frustration you can say under current of this entire campaign, he tapped into that to charles' point can continue to tap into this, look, 175, 150, 185,000 jobs added we will see the are those foiment jobs are they paying are they paying enough money for people to live on? you really need to be in vicinity 3 to 400,000 in order to account for population growth, and then i would say you got to get back to wages, people have not gotten to wage increase in 20 years, and this
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is the heart of everything that is happened in this election cycle. >> absolutely is it is not just that top line number it absolutely is wages, labor participation, i mean, you look we look at these reports every month, and they are not robust you know, job growth not a robust month are moving the economy the right direction. >> also the u6 number i point to included under employment people want to work more mows can't find hours stuck at 9.7% three straight months that is a sign of -- jobs not being created in the right -- >> that is the number of people look at more so than actual regular unemployment, so jack, for "barrons" magazine over weekend, what number would you look at, in terms of being important for the markets? >> i actually don't think this number is going to be that important for the markets and the reason is, the next few days the markets are all about the election. now, if the number is just awful obviously that would play into trump's argument if
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number is fantastic into hillary's argument frankly i think midling anecdotally i hear could beat estimates but personally given all this you know, armageddon talk i would expect it below the economy's stilts. >> steve we are getting to you come right back because i want to get your take, on what the plan is to actually ramp up jobs, in the economy going forward we will take a short break when we come back the october jobs' report right after this break. who lives herd flies to hong kong, to visit this company that makes smart phones, used by this vice president, this little kid, oops, and this obstetrician, who works across the street from this man, who creates software. they all have insurance crafted personally for them. not just coverage, craftsmanship. not just insured. chubb insured. seconds can mean the difference
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>> woman he back happy friday thanks so much being with us day i am maria bartiromo. it is jobs friday, about november 4th here top stories 8:30 a.m. on the east coast, breaking news this morning we are just few minutes away, from the critical october jobs' report, coming out 2 1/2 minutes having it live economists looking for 175,000 new jobs, added to the economy in the last month, they are expecting unemployment rate to drop a tenth of a percent to 4.9% leading up to this
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election stock prices have been down, 8 days in a row this has been the longest losing streak since the depth of the financial crisis take a look where we stand ahead of jobs number dow jones industrial average well off the lows of the morning, we are expecting a decline of about 9 points right now, and s&p 500 just moved into positive territory, all about jobs numbers investors waiting for that, as you see markets are moving, all-star panel to break down numbers as soon as they hit tape host of intelligence report trish regan here host making money charles payne, fox business network dagen mcdowell here, president cee o joanie courtney here trump economic advisor steve moore also barrons.com editor jack looking at wages participation rate numbers. >> this is the last report before election, so there is a political tony, of course, to all of this, none of these jobs reports frankly have been
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kind of jobs' report you want to see out of a recession like the one we went through you want to see this big rebound we haven't gotten it we have gotten stuck pretty much in this very malaise like economy, where you are wngs anemic growth the jobs that are being created are not jobs that people can -- support a family on, take care of the family on, the wages the kinds of jobs these are, and the lack of benefits all of this is factoring into frustration maria americans feel. >> right before election day. >> right before election if unemployment rate goes below 5% that will be the headline. >> we will see about that want to welcome into our program friends from "fox & friends" steve doocy brian kilmeade. >> all right this is -- fox business alert -- 7:29 maria bartiromo joins us with fox business maria big number coming out in 20 seconds what is it -- >> waiting for the jobs number
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for october, and the expectations call for jobs of 175,000, for the last month, expecting unemployment rate have to tick down, to 4.9% this is the last major report before the election guys, we are going to get to peter barnes the number live as soon as hits tape in washington now. >>. reporter: 161,000 new jobs in october. maria 161,000 new nonfarm payroll jobs the last jobs' report before election, a bit below economists expectations, for 175,000 jobs, in october, the unemployment rate did tick back down to 4.9% from 5%, in september previous jobs numbers for august and september were revised up by a total of 44,000 new jobs, workers got a nice bufrn in pay october average hourly wages up 10 cents an hour 0.4% to 25.92 an hour, back to you. maria: peter thank you so
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much, the numbers below expectations, we were expecting 175,000 steve but look what we got, we actually got a weaker than expected number even though people were expecting a pretty good number ahead of there ex. >> maria not only always interesting to find out where economy is heading especially with election people wondering what kind of economy do we want forward more of the same or something new last time four years ago good numbers criminal impacted positively for president obama didn't. >> it sure did because you did get a sense that maybe there was promise things would turn around the bottom line when you look at two candidates, when approach will be better, as it relates to economic growth and jobs, we know donald trump wants to lower taxes he wants to roll back regulations, we know that hillary clinton wants to raise taxes wants to raise wages. this is what voters are thinking about as they head to the polls as we see number underwhelming. >> will is make a difference come tuesday. >> it is very close, to you know, the election, so you
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wonder if it is going to move people but i will say this trish people are expecting a lot better so this actually do could have impact on voting booth. >> it is -- we are in a weak environment we aren't adding enough jobs to actually stimulate this economy, in a meaningful way, and so here we are right back where we have been propane much every other month in this cycle you look back last 8 years i know it was bad in 2008, it was awful, the worst crisis we have seen. >> 10 years -- trish. >> exactly, you should actually be seeing that much more growth in comparison, that many more jobs, being added and we don't have it. >> maria i got bad news, the thing that brought two networks together to come to close we are out of minus credit card hit its maximum. >> i don't know about that i saw 21st century earnings pretty good. >> -- >> watching your channel -- >> [laughter] >> maria trish thank you very much for the live update.
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>> thank you great to see you, thank you so much, we got dagen charles and joanie, and steve moore jack with us, what do you think. >> earnings would have been better if not for kilmeade's -- >> i can take a shot tell it to his face later. >> main street has been around looking at this number but they understand what is going on, i have done a lot of work on this two interesting things happening i think bodes well for donald trump, i have gone back to 1984. and two things have happened. gdp growth we talk about that a lot not being over 3% doesn't have to be great over 3% for someone who to be elected has to be better from appreciative year on cusp gdp being worse than last year. secoly, it be 90 days going into election, if stock market is up incumbent party won
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every year except for one year when ross perot ran stock market down 90 days going into election i think jobs' report on the thing people don't know numbers but feel them live them don't have to be economists but understand this what we see the just makes official what main street knows. >> i want to make a point, because you know, i work with hundreds of companies across the u.s. and they do have jobs, and they want to hire. we still have a challenge with labor participation. there are people that don't want to participate in the economy charles we've talked about this before. maria: given up. >> we have more people on food stamps in this country than ever before. we have more people on social assistance programs. i am disappointed that we have only created 161,000 jobs, but we have some other issues, that really need to be fixed, as people back in -- essentially. >> -- crunch numbers for example if you are a single
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mom with children you effectively could get to the tune of 60,000 dollars benefits so in other words, between food stamps between the -- various form of welfare you are talking about money that is -- if you were to go out -- >> as -- as telephone operator assistant you know i don't know if you would get 60,000 guess what you are going to be gone if your kids all day. >> -- people are in some cases to your point making choices that are based on frankly perverse incentives that we are setting up. >> peter barnes, broke the news at the about whom of the hour about the 161,000 jobs created below expectations, peter what else do you have? >> well, a couple other things, 142000 of those private sector so 19,000 government about split between the federal government and state and local governments, private sector job a creation not as strong as expected,
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also, labor force participation rate you were talking about did tick back down in october to 62.8% because labor force shrank about 200,000 people we have seen this bounce around in months but stuck at excise 40-year lows since coming out of the out of the great recession, one piece of good news, u6 of a largest measure of the job market total unemployed marginally troochd to workforce people part time fell to 9.5% in october lowest level since april 2008, is to -- go ahead. maria: dagen was looking at wages do you want to give your color on wages there peter, because obviously -- over the last year, you look at wages having moved up 2.6% but month over month, 3/10 of a percent what are you seeing. >> so it was up 4/10 of a percent in october made year over year increase go up
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slightly to 2.8%, that is not you know, it is not the 3 to 4% that we like to see, in a really healthy economy but it is not the 2% that we saw you know few years ago so it is getting better, but it is not it is not where janet yellen for example would like it to be. >> creeping up dagen. dagen: 2.8% nice tiekup at 2.6% month of september 2.8%, question, of course, is lasting or is it momentary, peter is there anything in the release i am reading it, about in terms of why the top line number missed about the hurricane? there was some expectation that there would be 10,000 jobs weren't counted. >> yes, so there is a -- there is a question that the -- the labor department asked about bad weather the hurricane in one survey 238,000 people said that they still had a job
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couldn't go to work because of the bad weather. in the -- in the payroll survey, 161,000 number we did see for example retail retailers shed 1,000 jobs were up 22000 september we saw very little growth in leisure hospitality, construction was up 11,000 but up 23,000 in september, so in some of the payroll numbers, you can see where hurricane might have prevented employers from hiring people in certain sectors, knowing the hurricane was coming. >> good you mentioned construction an area we have been seeing jobs moving up market reaction is interesting charles payne, down and worsened after this report what is this telling you -- >> i have been saying a long time particularly valuations are the market really does need good news to be good news you can talk about fed all you want listen, in japan, they have negative rates, the nikkei getting smoked. maria: smoked.
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>> europe, has trillions of dollars negative rates markets getting smoked, so there is this so much that central bankers can do at this particular point, with valuations over market is right now you have to have better economic data to justify at these levels for the most part. >> earnings o off a traction third quarter really good news -- >> -- right the year over year declines in earnings, that goes back to the 2014, so you know again this is all sort of stuff we used to rely on, to we could see green chutes, this far so-called recovery we should have oak trees. >> that is blast from the past. >> jack how do you see it market reaction negative. >> i don't think that frankly this is a big enough number to make the market think anything has really changed, so, for instance, the market thinks hik december, this is not a bad enough number, to make us say
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wait a minute they are not going to move nor great enough to say definitely going to move you know one reality is in the hour after the comey news came out that he was looking at anthony weiner's laptop the market lost the 1%, has been down every day since then. i think this -- this is not quite election moving number but probably confirms the trend which is trump closing in on hillary the market sees that in the short term that is not a positive for the market it is uncertainty market doesn't like it long term might be great short term not positive. >> maria this is so fascinating to watch, because -- jack is absolutely right we have seen market start to decline as polls narrow odd what that thelz you investors are worried, they are worried because donald trump is unpresentabu ununpredickble. >> if hillary rodham clinton goes in there assuming doesn't take senate doesn't take house
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you get what you have. maria: gridlock. >> janet yellen to continue acting aggressively you have warnings charles on japan europe but, nonetheless, servers thinking staystive -- >> another thing investors are worried about if donald trump declares war on companies like ford, or -- >> carrier, or -- >> essentially you are saying we know ultimately earnings move markets if you are saying you can't lower your costs, because you know, where ford wants to build that plant in mexico 12 other automakers there, 8 hundred million dollars plants to build, they saw that in america, two or three grabbed less than ford, ford doesn't silt doesn't make money. >> put that to steve moore he is with us, steve you hearing the conversation? >> i am hearing it and just. >> what do you have to say to charles. >> we talked about -- >> investment, wall street
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perspective beyond the status quo, you know corporate earnings or listen, i think corporate earnings is having problemsonet candidate obviously the core of donald trump's economic plan fewer regulations lower taxes that is music to the ears of investors. >> should it be. >> carrier other companies they would rather see carrot rather than stick. >> i don't o that is part of the story here, but i think the bigger part of the story is that wall street i know i think trish nailed it, wall street doesn't want change, i went back looked what happened to the stock market when ronald reagan was -- i am not saying donald trump is ronald reagan but rein rein a change agent same way donald trump a change agent, at first the markets didn't like it very much, look what happened, in the year after ronald reagan was elected stock market fell then once policies went into play maria we saw biggest boom in the stock market you ever saw i think this is mostly just fear of anything -- that is going to change, now i want
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to say something about this report. you know. i am looking at these numbers where the jobs are being created because we haven't talked about that yet. and again, what we are seeing is no pickup in manufacturing, no pickup in construction jobs did you know we have lost at a million and 1/2 manufacturing jobs in the last 8 years, those see trish i think this gets to the heart of the matter what you were saying we are not creating the middle class colombians affecting pennsylvania, ohio rockford illinois places i have gone with donald trump they are not feeling love because those joebs there aren't that you can raise middle class family with. >> this is what needs to be fixed, somehow, we have increasingly gotten away from valuing labor in this economy and that is in part because of these structuring changing more technological economy you can't leave all these people behind you still need to find a way to he he incentivize
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companies to want to reward employees, and labor is such a big part of that. >> that is what -- >> taxes, cutting taxes regulatory vote one state of i know you heard before most premium haven't 18,000 dollars is the cost of every regulation for every manufacturing job 18,000! maria: wow. >> i think steve manufacturing again down 9,000, and it still i mean that has to be fixed. >> coming to you after the short break i want to find out what you are seeing in thick of things every day placing people in jobs, we want to know from you where are opportunities going to tell us more on october jobs report after this short break. ucts and customers. every on-time arrival is backed by thousands of od employees, ...who make sure the millions of products we ship arrive without damages. because od employees treat customer service...
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election u.s. labor markets continue to strengthen. >> what? >> [laughter]. >> i guess if you have one new job then you could say the labor market is strengthening that wasn't the headline gives a lie to the way the democrats infiltrated media completely distorting the picture let me give you real picture in my opinion. >> may be the guy wrote that was one of the 20 reporters they have following donald trump around. >> -- sarcasm low form of wit. >> i'm sorry. >> look we're not on road to returning to prosperity the economy is slow, we e destroying or losing i should say, quality, middle class jobs did you see that manufacturing jobs, down 9,000, did you also see temporary employment a big jump not creating a jobs tyrannosaur middle class the
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key issue facing america how do you get middle class prosperity restored the glue that binds us all together, if you can't bring the middle class back we are further divided, i think a rotten report. maria: rotten report, and dagen has really good statistics in terms of looking at the groups here that we want to look at we know that o donald trump needs the hispanics and women to vote for him dagen what are you seeing. dagen: speaks to why are why maybe hillary clinton is struggling to get african-american voters out again because they are voting on the last 8 years the unemployment rate amongst blacks last month was 8.6%, 4.9%, for the total among latinos hispanics did decline to 5.7% in october, but if you look at adult women, they have a lower unemployment rate compared to adult men, 4.3%, so she likes the women vote getting the women vote 4.3%, then you might be more apt to vote on last 8 years continuation of the last 8
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years but not -- not maybe if you are in one of these other groups. >> stuart you got to red ready your reaction to that i would expect hillary clinton to ignore this jobs' report i would expect donald trump to play on it because it is a weak report, and that goes contrary to what hillary clinton wanting to see president obama too. >> the white house spin just like "washington post" the economy is strengthened. >> we see you in a few minutes i know you are talking with vice presidential nominee mike pence in a few minutes join stuart coming up top of the hour. >> i think that dagen's point to the "washington post" headline -- hillary clinton going to come back say 4.9% is lowest october unemployment rate before november election second lowest all the way back to 1977 -- >> going to spin it. >> of course, going to spin it and, again,, you know but i think people know intuitively they understand what is going
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on around them but as far as the spread -- >> one car payment away from -- >> financial destruction. >> in other words, she can say wafer she wants get up there -- 4.9% not great if you don't have a job if your neighbor doesn't have a o job if your kid is looking for work, you know what it is like out there. >> in arizona getting ready for 116% spree of in premiums obamacare. >> i think a big effect. >> i think the interesting piece of that, the announcement rate ticked down to 4.9% because 200 how to people opted out left workforce not because we created more jobs or got more people so it is very misleading unfortunately i don't think some people realize that, but the actual size of the labor force shrunk 195,000 past month. >> i think people do realize it, i mean i think they kind of feel it. >> they can feel. >> it when i go with
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mr. trump, you know to these towns i was talking about you tell those people unemployment rate is 5%, you know what they laugh right in your face don't believe it one minute think closer to 10%, that u6 issue, now one other quick thing i forget who mentioned obamacare so important to tie this into wage issue we did we saw you know increase in wages may be 8 cents an hour, whoa whoa another 3 dollars, a month in your paycheck, here is the point, i mean dollars a week, here is the point, that is being he raced by increased cost of obamacare people are not feeling better about paychecks they feel worse about them. >> did you just give us a woo hoa? >> i like that. >> -- 3 dollars buy a candy bar. >> quick on reaction to this market reaction. dow jones industrial average positive territory what is this all about. >> not dramatic, a little down a little up now i think a
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catch your sister number not exciting anybody either direction i do want a few statistics, to just to sort of give both sides one important point is the manufacturing output is a record high the problem is not the problem is microchip we have fury jobs a big problem, but it is because those that work is being done by robots done more efficiently productivity uptick a very serious problem quickly san francisco fed says the break even rate for unemployment 55 to 100,000 so 161 actually is growth it ain't great but growth another important point wage growth best wage growth since before recession. >> glass half full, jack, steve good to see you both thank you so much, joanie courtney i want you to us there where the job opportunities are going to do that after the next break final thoughts from all-star
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good holiday season. we're hearing from the retailers that they're going to add 720,000. of course, those are temporary seasonal jobs. maria: temp jobs. >> but retail is expected to come back strong. professional and business services continues to be a strong demand, but there's a challenge there with the skills. finding people that have the skills to do those jobs. maria: trish regan. >> i think that men continue to be challenged in this economy. a trend we've witnessed since the great recession. women are still performing better in terms of their unemployment being less. i think that this is something that's going to continue to stick in that manufacturing and construction, some of the typically michael oriented sectors are still struggling and don't show many signs of turn around. that has important societal implications and it's going to need to get fixed. maria: no surprise that the white man out there today is voting for trump. >> in the rust belt states, it
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wasn't that dad worked, dad was the only one who worked, he brought home the bacon and kids were disciplined. and we're an unhappy country because can't bring home the bacon. not dissing the women, but great if dad could bring a paycheck home. maria: we're live all weekend, here is stuart. stuart: we will be here, maria, that's a fact. thanks so much. could it be the economy returns as an election issue? the jobs report just in. good morning, everyone. it's not good. no matter what the spin, america is not on the road to prosperity. the numbers confirm a slow economy, just 1611,000 new jobs created. overall, this is not a robust economy. there was a big jump again in temporary employment. the market reacting to that dead flat. four days to the vote. and it's very tight. here is how close it is. if the election were today, with today's polls, trump

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