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tv   Americas Newsroom With Bill Hemmer and Martha Mac Callum  FOX News  August 7, 2015 6:00am-8:01am PDT

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bill: nice morning. 9:00 in cleveland, ohio. the top 10 republican candidates in prime time fighting to stake their claim for the republican nomination, and, man, what a night it was. the dust is settling and likely will for several days.
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i'm bill hemmer. martha: i'm martha maccallum you can hear it they are packing up behind me. last night was pretty amazing and we witnessed dramatic moment like this. >> raise your hand if you won't make that pledge tonight. >> if it weren't for me you wouldn't even be talking about illegal immigration, chris. you wouldn't even be talking about it. >> how are you supposed -- >> get a warrant. get a judge to sign a warrant. >> senator, when you are sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this, you can say things like that. >> the supreme court is not the supreme being and we change the policy to be pro-life and protect children instead of rip up their body parts and sell them like they are parts to a buick. >> if any american travels to
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the middle east and joins isis he or she forfeits their citizenship so they don't use a passport to come back and wage jihad on americans. >> i'm hopeful i'm not the only one willing to pick up the baton of freedom. >> when i find mush you push, when you find still you stop. under obama and clinton we found a lot of mush. we didn't have national security that put steel in front of their enemies. >> how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living paycheck to paycheck, i was raised paycheck to paycheck. >> america is a miracle country and we have to retore the sense that the america will apply to you. each and every one of you watching tonight. lift everybody, unite everybody. >> we are not going to win by
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doing what barack obama and hillary clinton do every day by creating the country. creating a grievance environment. we'll win when we unite people with an optimistic message. bill: really from beginning to end. the drama did not stop there. it tomorrow built throughout the evening. senator rand paul, governor chris christie quickly going at it over the battle on nsa surveillance. >> that's a completely ridiculous answer. i want to collect more records from terrorists and less records from other people. how are you supposed to know, megyn. >> use the 4th amendment, get a warrant. get a judge to sign a warrant. >> when you are sitting in a subcommittee blowing hot air about this you can say things like that. when you are responsible for protecting the lives of the american people then what you need to do is make sure that it
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works the way it's supposed to work. >> here is the problem governor, you fundamentally misunderstand the bill of rights. every time you did a case you got a warrant from a judge. i'm talking about searches with without warrants indiscriminately of americans. i don't trust president obama with our record. i know you gave him a big hug and if you want to give him a big hug go ahead again. martha: dr. ben carson told reporters what makes him dprifnlt all the others. >> i'm the only one to separate siamese twins. the only one to operate on babies while they are still in a mother's womb, the only one to take out half of a brain though would you think if you go to washington that someone had beat me too t d me me to it.
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but freedom is not free and we must fight for it every day. every one of us must fight for it because we are fighting for our children and the next generation. bill: that comment alone shows you the uniqueness of these individual and what they brought here to cleveland. senator ted cruz promising americans his presidency would come down to one thing and's honesty. >> i believe the american people are looking for someone to speak the truth. if you are looking for someone to go to washington to go along to get along, to agree with the career politicians in both parties who get in bed with the lobbyists and special interests, then i ain't your guy. martha: governor jeb bush
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getting another chance to answer a question that has been dogging him throughout the campaign so far. >> knowing what we know now with faulty intelligence and not having security be the first priority when we invaded it was a mistake. i wouldn't have gone in. bill: joining us is steven hayes. paint some broad brushes in the beginning for us. perhaps when you reflect on last night, where are we today? >> this such an interesting debate. the hardest job other than being one of the moderators, it's picking the sound bites. there were three-plus hours of them last night. this was a debate where the status question mostly prevailed. nobody really blew up. but at the same time you head several candidate who made themselves the story.
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carly fiorina in the early debate. marco triewbio in the debate at night had a strong showing. chris christie had some good answers and strong exchanges like the one shown with rand paul. i don't think it fundamentally shifted the dynamics of the race, but you had good showings. bill: carly fiorina said everyone had their moments, and this is the start, not the end. i think last night proved that. martha: we have to talk about donald trump. right out of the gate that moment when bret said basically are you going to sign on, are you going to get behind whoever the republican candidate is, and it was so clear that question went right to donald trump. let's look at that moment again. >> raise your hand if you won't make that pledge tonight.
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mr. trump. [booing]>> to be clear you are g at a place where the rnc will give the nominee the nod. >> i fully understand. >> it was interesting for a couple reasons. number one, donald trump spent the last several days say he he was not going run third party. i talked about it with sean hannity and he said donald trump told me he would not run a third party, and you start the debate and donald trump says maybe i will run third party if i don't like the way i'm treated. it was the perfect way to open the debate because it was a tough question. bill: he said on fox and friends he doesn't want to lose his
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leverage. in the same sentence he said i'm not going do it. what are we to believe? >> he says things that are in direct conflict with one another. he did that last night on immigration and he did that again on iran. a direct question about the iranian general having gone to moscow. the question was simple, what would you do now. it was a minute and a half of word salad, words unrelated to one another. he didn't seem to have an idea of what he was talking about. martha: we showed the moment with jeb bush where he said with regards to the war in iraq, it was a mistake, would i not have gone in. it was a tough moment all around. in one way you could say he threw his brother under the bus. does that sit well with voters in the end. he's in a tough spot on this
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issue. >> on that question specifically i think -- i thought he hand it certainly better last night than had in the past when the cat had his tongue on it. he's in a tough spot but more broadly with what to do with his brother and taughter. he had moments in the debate where this speech was halting. he seemed almost nervous about making a mistake and it made him look like he wasn't in command even when his answers i thought were substancely good. bill: i thought the post-game show was fascinating. sometimes wheels debates happen and some of the story lines don't develop for two or three days. the economy was a hot topic. new employment numbers are out for july. martha: we just touched the tip
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of the iceberg in terms of break down winners and losers. here is a little bit from senator marco rubio. >> this election cannot be a resume competition. it's important to facebook qualified. if this election is a resume competition hillary clinton will be the next president.
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>> i'm talk about a lot of
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leverage. we want to win and we'll win. but i want to win as the republican. i want to run as the republican nominee. >> tonight you can't say if another one of these -- >> this is what's wrong, he buys and sells politicians of all stripes. he's already hedge can his bet to the clintons. he doesn't run as a republican, maybe he supports clinton or returns as an independent. he's already hedging his bet because he's use offed to buying politicians. >> i i have given them plenty of money. bill: senator rand paul going after donald trump. that was not the only tense moment. mark, how do you score it? >> there are a lot of winners to
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choose from. walkerred a great moment when he jimmed in and took on hillary clinton. there was not enough of that in the debate last night. the other big winner was chris christy. he was on the mat. he got up off the mat and put in a strong performance. his exchanged with rand paul and muck be. he was the only one that was actually debating. those tips he had were good an came out on top of all those. the number one winner was not on the stage last night. it's carly fiorina. people saying this isn't a fake debate. she is a smart, articulate female donald trump. march where let's listen to charles krauthammer and what he had to say about the outcome of
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last night. >> the veal story of is the collapse of trump. he was lost for most of the debate. i think it shoafd that he was in a -- showed he was in a group of professional politicians whom he mocks, though they as a group of and individually were able to handle it and be sharp and persuasive most of the time of and they left him out in the cold. martha: charles saving he was out of his league. he was with professional politicians who left him out in the cold and wee witnessed the collapse of donald trump. >> i agree -- i agree 100% with charles. getting booed when he said he wouldn't rule out running as a third party candidate.
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but attacking may of began over his misogynistic tweets. bill: he was tweeting about megyn earlier today at 4:30 in the morning. when you have suggest he was booed. that was the beginning of the two hours. do you have think the mood changed? >> i think there is a segment of the republican electorate that loves donald trump. but the question of is can he get past that 20% 25%. when you are tweet being the moderator man a fight with the moderator, if if you are fighting with the moderator in a presidential debate you are losing. martha: he revealed how the sauce average is made in his multi-billion dollar fortune. i think a lot of people respect
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the entrepreneurship and how he did so well. he revealed things about brucht and paying people and how they help you. >> it made him seem like part of the cultural he's running against. when he was asked what did you get for all that money. he said i got hillary clinton to come to my wedding. nobody spends millions of dollars to get hillary clinton there will be is something wrong with your priorities. bill: what are we leaving out? what are we overlooking? >> i think it's hard because there are there were so many good moments. march co-rubio had a great night. bill: see how things marinate over the weekend. sometimes it takes a couple of days before you start to pick up on the story. >> i think the big story will be
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carly fiorina. i predict she will be on the main stage for the next debate. martha: what about rand paul? >> big loser. he got his clock cleaned on the nsa and terrorism. bill: he's appealing to a certain vote were. if you have listen to the arguments back and forth, you can see the points when they are making, that was a legitimate debate point. >> it was. but this is not an isolationist moment in the republican partive. 72% of republicans want to put ground forces in iraq. martha: rand paul wants to win this election. that's his number of one platform. one candidate was not on the prime time stage came out swinging in the earlier debate. our coverage continues out of
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cleveland. we'll be right back. >> i didn't get a phone call from bill clinton before i jump muched in the race. did any of you have get a phone call to bill clinton. maybe it's because i hadn't donated to the foundation or his wiesms senate campaign. usaa makes me feel like i'm a car buying expert in no time at all. there was no stress. it was in and out. and it was just easy. usaa, they just really make sure that you're well taken care of. usaa car buying service. powered by truecar. save money, zero hassle.
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bill: brand-new jobs numbers out. the economy pick up 215,000 jobs. but the real unemployment rate at 10.4%, those are people that stopped look to for full-time work and only looking for part-time work. jim kasich says the american dream is still out of reach for too many people.
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>> economic growth is the key to everything. but once you have economicth's t to the people who live in the shadows. people who don't think they get a fair deal. that includes people in our minority community and people who feel they don't have a chance to move up. america is a miracle country and we have to restore the sense that the miracle will apply to you. bill: he did receive without question a thunderous reception when he was introduced. more on the candidates and the economia in a couple minutes right here live. martha: there is new opposition to the nuclear deal with iran. a group of terror victims filing lawsuit to stop the government from returning overseas bank accounts to tehran. rick, who are these people and what is the basis for their
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case. >> reporter: the families of victims of iranian-sponsored terror attacks who won $2 billion in judgments against iran in u.s. courts. but likely won't collect a cent if the vaingss lifted. one man was sipping coffee when three suicide bombers about blew themselves up leaving five israelis dead. he suffered mild brain damage, burns and 12 years ago hirsch and others filed suit winning a judgment totaling $400 million. >> this is not an issue of politics, it's an issue simply of human rights. those who were victimized should receive compensation from the
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victimizer. from the aggressor. >> reporter: he says the iranians have thumbed their nose at him and the victims for 10 years and if this deal goats through he won't get paid. >> reporter: they are filing suit against the state department, treasury department and secretary of state john kerry demanding iran's $100 billion or so in froze be fund not be released until they get the money they are owed saying they won't get paid unless it is forced to. >> these are america's victims and america should remember them even as they are remembering iran. a state department spokesperson says the u.s. hold no control over iran's money calling this legal matter a separate issue. martha: they would like to link
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it and that's clear. bill: some prominent democrats will not vote for that iran deal. donald trump making it clear he's not happy with some of the questions he was asked during debate. we'll tell you what's got hip so upset during the debate. martha: others saying they weren't asked enough questions. nobody is going to be exactly perfectly happy with the number of questions they get. but dr. ben carson from last evening. >> thank you, megyn, i wasn't sure i was going to get to talk again. >> we have a lot for you.
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bill: before the top 10 squared off in prime time seven others met on the same stage in an earlier debate martha and i had a chance to moderate. we want to start with the former new york governor george pataki. >> i think he need somebody who hasn't been a career politician and has been out of office. in the private sector i have been able to see government from the outside. >> we have an international guerrilla movement that threatens this country. >> i would protect religious rights so our business owners don't face discrimination for having a traditional view of marriage. >> in hillary clinton's world cap and trade would dominate. >> i stop and say we lost the
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law of the land. we passed a bill and said supreme court you are wrong. >> we need to stand up and strongly and clearly tell the ayatollah whoever the next president of the united states will be, the first thing i will do is tear up that agreement with iran. >> until you open up every nuclear and military facility for real inspections we'll make it as difficult for you as possible to move money around the financial system. bill: what did the seven do afterward? >> this tweet from rick santorum shows him out on the trown watch can the debate with george pataki and rick perry. when you are here in person and you go to a commercial break and you get to see the interaction among the 7 at 5:00 and the 10 later that evening, i find it
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fascinating. there are so many friendships among all of them, and if they are antagonistic in the monitor they are friendly in person. martha: some of them were. some of them definitely kept to themselves during the commercial breaks. lyndsey graham and gilmore were more composed. kerr perry was mixing it up with jindal and santorum. bill: we need a license to broadcast the commercial events. now back to donald trump. >> what i say and oftentimes it's fun, it's kidding, we have a good time. way say is what i say. honestly, megyn, if you don't like the, i'm sorry. i could be nice to you but i
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could be probably not be based on how you have treated me, but i wouldn't do that. martha: that was donald trump's comeback to megyn kelly when she asked him about calling women nasty names in the past. he has sense tweeted about megyn. he says she quote really bombed. but he wasn't the only one who seemed to get frustrated last night. he's the only negative review of those moderators i saw but he wasn't happy. >> even liberal commentators praising fox news for the aggressiveness of the questions. the media coverage has been that trump is still the story. if people say marco rubio had a good night, and bobby jindal. it's still all about donald trump. but trump has the ability to run
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his own race and not play by the same rules as everyone else even in the way he handled that question by trying to push it off on rosie o'donnell. bill: there is more of that clip, too. there was a great buildup to that. you were watching the hundreds of reporters in cleveland, and they were here looking for a story. >> in the first minute of the debate and this was clearly planned out by the anchors as they refined the questions. would you support the nominee. that knead news when trump was the only guy to raise his hand. for megyn to follow up. when they got into the business aspects and the bankruptcies. still the coverage revolves around trump.
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i looked at the major papers, trump, truck, trump. martha: let's look at another part of that exchange. >> your twitter account has self disparaging comments about women's looks. you once told a woman on celebrity apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees. does that sound to you like the temperament of the man who would be president and what would you say to the comment that you are part of war on women. >> one of the big problems this country has is being politically correct. martha: very interesting correct comment from donald trump. we were just having fun. they were jokes. lighten up. some people responded positively to that.
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some negatively. you are talking about the fact there is so much focus on him today still. but i wonder if the tone of it changes a little bit in the coverage we are seeing? >> probably except trump is not only impervious to media attacks. it fires up his supporters. hillary thought trump would come after her. she said if he comes after me, don't try to save me, i'm handle it. bill: there is a big focus on usn at the fox news channel. we were trying to figure this out and be equitable because we have never seen a field this large before. prior to the debates you heard a little misgiving on behalf of
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those at 5:00. they wanted to be in the prime time debate. did not have room for all of them. never has a national debate had more than 10 candidates. how do you think we did through the process of trying to be equitable when you hear the reactions from the campaigns today not talking anything about dwiergd the two thus far. >> even having 10 people on stage in prime time was unwieldy. ben carson made a joke, i didn't know if i was going to speak again. you can't have a viable debate with 10 people on the stage. but as your debate showed. carly fiorina getting rave reviews online. people saying maybe she'll be on prime time next time. all that criticism is fading. what were the questions and what were the answers as they tried to hit the major league pitcher. martha: thank you very much,
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howard. this sunday howard gets the scoop on the moderators. i'm thanking him for being here. bill: some top democrats on the hill including senator chuck schumer saying they will not back the iran nuclear deal. how that opposition might affect the agreement's fate. martha: a hot topic last night. our panel on this next. but first senator ted cruz on the threat from isis. >> we need a commander-in-chief who makes clear if you join isis, if you wage jihad on america, then you are signing your death warrant.
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bill: this debate overshadowing what could be significant event in the deal with iran. two democratic senators, eliot engel and chuck schumer. >> i will tell you one thing, i would rather have carly fiorina doing our negotiation than john kerry. maybe we would have got and deal where we didn't give everything away. but the issue is to have a congress that stands up and says not only no, but hell no to this money going to a regime that is going to tights for terror. >> when america does not lead the world is a dangerous place. obama broke every rule of negotiation, yes, our allies are not perfect but iran is at heart
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of most of the evil going on in the middle east through their proxy. bill: richard foul early and mary katharine ham, good to have you both on. as we reflect on last night who best addressed the concerns and issues on the iran deal. >> i thought carly fiorina was strong in the earlier debate and much of the buzz has been on her coming out on top of this. she was serious in address something failures of the administration to actually negotiate. i think that's what the republican candidates were trying to point out. they are given credence by the fact that democrats are defect on this deal. when you are making a deal with an untrustworthy figure who is now playing footy with puff continue in russia preparing for when the arms embar go is lifted
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in five years, the americans in captivity over there are not even on the table, yeah, you haven't done a great job negotiating. chuck schumer sees that and i think it will be hard for obama to dismiss everyone as partisan or a liar about this deal because it's just a bad deal. bill: richard, did you hear a sounds argument that reflects what mary katharine is saying today. >> with my beliefs after he side i think the best two individuals who articulated the iran situation is carly and later rand paul. they had a grasp of what it takes to get a deal done. do i have agree with them politically, not at all? iran getting a nuclear weapon is almost inevitable.
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what this deal does is slow down their geafght weapon. i think the president will have trouble on capitol hill. but will he have enough trouble to cause an override of the president's signature? that's not going to happen. there is no way he will get a 2/3 majority in each of the houses to do it. bill: does schumer have the cover he's looking for or is this a wall that's been set up against the president's' potential veef to. >> schumer is a big deal. having him dissent openly in this way is a big deal. i think democrats will eventually get in line on this. but the fact is folks criticizing the president over this deal stand with the american people who don't think this sails great deal. the fact is, the latest news is
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he was going to go to march thasms vineyard and not even sit down with members of his party. he's always telling us this always great deal for america. then sit down with schumer and your fellow party members instead of just dismissing everybody who have concerns about this. richard is right, they face a tough battle on capitol hill. bill: governor huckabee on the same topic from last night. >> ronald reagan said trust but verify. president obama is trust but vilify. he trusts our enemies anvillifies every one -- and vilifies everyone who disagrees with him. he said we didn't get anything for this deal, not even four hostages coming back. does chuck schumer have the
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leverage he needs? now that he has spoken is he the fire wall? >> also who came out and spoke today was catherine gillibrand. she is voting for the deal. i really disagree with mike huckabee on this one. i think governor huckabee lacks the foreign policy experience to make the determination whether this is a good deal. 30 years ago when ronald reagan was negotiating with the soviets you would have seen the same talking pointed. so at some point in time you have got to have a conversation with your enemies and make a deal with the devil. this is the best deal with the devil we can get. bill: as they channel "death to america." an interesting devil. >> it isn't close to the best
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deal. the honest disagreement is we left so much on the table and the political symbolism was more important than what was actually in the deal. march where after a huge night here they are clearing out the quicken loans arena this morning. it's le bron james' home but we inhabited it for a little while. the candidates on the campaign trail. we'll come back.
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state. who is expected there today, jonathon? >> they are wasting no time. more than half of the republican presidential contenders are expected to speak here at the red state gathering over the course of the next two days doing a rapid turnaround * from last night's debate in ohio. new jersey governor chris christy is expected to speak and we expect to hear from bobby jindal, carly fiorina and senator marco rubio. mark black says at these early events it's important for the gop candidates to stand out in what has become a very large crowd. >> the overwhelming majority of people who show up will be conservative activists. they are looking for a candidate
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who expresses their views and look for someone who has a chance of actually being nominated or winning a presidential election. but usually those calculations come in much later in the process. >> reporter: 5 more candidate are expected to speak including jeb bush and donald trump. martha: it will be interesting to see how donald trump plays to that crowd after last night. >> a new poll suggests donald trump may be even more popular among georgia gop voters than he is among gop voters nationwide. this poll was conducted wednesday. the poll suggests trump has 34% followed by jeb bush at 12
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it was an electric night in
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clevela clevela cleveland. welcome everybody to a brand new hour of "america's newsroom." i am martha maccallum. >> i am bill hemmer. how are you feeling? >> feeling great. >> it looks a little different in here. the candidates and stage is gone. here is a preview of the first debate and a rerun of some of the key highlights. >> i am a different kind of republican. i have introduced a five year budget, the largest tax cuts in histo history, i stood for hours on the senate floor to defend your rights. >> they send the bad guys over because they don't want to take
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care of them. >> it is not a question of stupidity. >> we should be talking about hillary clinton on the last subject because everywhere in the world hillary clinton touched is more messed up today. >> she counts on the fact that people are uninformed. taking advantage of useful idiots >> doesn't have a clue about how to govern, a person who has been skilled with scandals and could not leave. and of i am talking about hillary clinton. >> treat everybody with respect and let them share in this great dream. >> i will make no apology for
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protecting the lives of the american people. >> i created the first state wide voucher program, the second and the third state wide voucher program in the country and we had rising student achievement across the board. >> every single human being is entitled to the protect of the laws whether they can vote or not, speak or not, have a birth certificate or not. >> so much to go through. james rosen hive outside of the arena. criti criti crit criticism online for how the questions went. what are you seeing about that in >> reporter: i am a bit mystified because the counties of people in the debate hall at the quicken loans arena and
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millions watching enjoyed a clear window of the policy, peterson, and even the souls of the 17 candidates who would be president. donald trump got standoff a rocky stop who he refused to show support for any republican candidate. and at one point trump explained how he quote evolved from a pro-choice position to being pro-life. >> friends of mine years ago were going to have a child and it was going to be aborted and it wasn't aborted and that child is a super star. i saw that and other instances and i am proud to say i am pro-life. >> reporter: counterterrorism
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policy talk involving chris christie and rand paul. paul ridiculed for hugging president obama and christie accused paul of blowing hot air. a number of people on twitter thought ted cruz received the least amount of time asking why he was treated as wall paper. rand paul received the least amount of speaking time. >> james, the candidates in the earlier debate also went after donald trump and at one point we brought the issue up. how did that play? >> reporter: right, he wasn't on the stage but he was a looming presence over the early debate over the 5:00 p.m. debate.
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rick perry took a shot at him and carly fiorina took a shot at trump for having dealing with the clinton and combigiving mon hillary clinton's campaign. the so-called happy hour debate remained a fairly cordial aware. carly fiorina is thought to have delivered one of the stronger performances in the debate. she described two phones calls she is make on day one of a carly fiorina presidenti: >> the first would be to ben netanyahu to assure him we are standing with him. the second is the to iran leader and the message is until you open it for any time any where n
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spections we will make it hard you to move money around the global system. >> reporter: this was really good in one sense for what we used to call in this country civic. engagement in the political process on the math scale. >> for more let's go to fox news digital editor chris. good morning. we have been talking about this for 24 hours. it was an incredible night. what stands out for you? that exchange in the beginning -- does it hurt him her help him? >> there is a couple ways megan, brett and chris could have dealt with it. you had to answer the same questions for yourself and that
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is do you take it head on or duck it? we don't duck here at fox news. i am so proud of this organization. i was so proud of you and proud of the whole thing. >> you were a great part of this process and getting everybody to focus on the question and figure out ask them it is a delicate balance and different from what we do here. it is a little different dynamic but a fascinating process to go through. in terms of the explain for trump, megan asked him about the things he said about women, brought it to the forefront, those issues were going to come out. >> we talk about electability
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and that means can you get elected to the president of the united states. if hillary clinton, the first female nominee says tell me more about the stuff you said to that young woman -- i will not saying it even. megan can get away with saying it but i can't. what she was doing was saying to the republican party here are your choices. here is what the other people would say about each and every one of you. that is what you did at the 5:00 debate. this is the wrap on these people and demonstrate you can beat it. h he didn't demonstrate he could do it. the rosie o'donnel comment was funny but jokes won't cut it. >> where are we on this monday? >> i am still going to be
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asleep. >> we all will. the reason i ask that is because we are still taking it in and i think the viewing public is as well. do you think something will emerge? >> oh, yeah. and you have 40 days till the next debate. no body harmed themselves except i would say rand paul harmed himself because he was to you sour. he may not have felt good or his feed was off but he was sour. i will say the thing that lingers this long is carly fiorina. marco rubio was the winner on points in the 9:00 p.m. debate but carly fiorina won in the
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5:00 debate. and the republican party will way woman, fierce, and business? i like her. >> it has been interesting. it felt she had a lot of momentum. you get people on twitter and social media saying they like her but it isn't translating into numbers for her. that is the big question for iowa, new hampshire, and south carolina and if she can move the needle. >> she will get some go go from this. >> thank you, chris. immigration certainly a hot topic. it was at 5:00 and during the prime time area. marco rubio arguing americans are fed up and they demand a solution now and this is it: >> people are frustrated. this is the most generous country in the world when it comes to immigration. there are a million of people a
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year that people immigrant. and people feel like they are being take advantage of. the people who call my office who have been waiting for 15 years to come to the united states who paid fees, hired a lawyer, and can't get in. >> john kasich enjoying the home state advantage getting big cheer touting his economic success in ohio and tough accomplishments in balancing the federal budget. >> the nominee of this party needs to be pro-growth. i was the chairman of the lead
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arct arctchitect program last time i was done. economic growth is the key to everything >> that is a good example where you take an issue and direct it in the area you want to go. you come into the these events with talking points that you want to make sure millions of americans get to listen to. one topic the candidates seem to agree on? hillary clinton. ed henry on what they had to say about the democratic frontrunner and how she pent debate night. and whose plan stood out for immigration reform? first, this, from former governor jeb bush. >> we need to be more strategic on dealing with border enforcement. we need to eliminate the sanctuary cities in this country. country. hing kids touch at school
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aha! cinnamon. milk. cinna-milk. cinnamon toast crunch. crunch! crave those crazy squares. cinna-milk! er immigration was clearly a big topic from governor scott walk rer talking about amnesty. and here is what ted cruz saidisaid: >> seven billion people across
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the globe want to come here f. they come here legally, great. if they come illegally that is how we get amnesty. >> john, good to have you here. what did you think about last night? >> i thought it was a good first deba debate. i thought it was good to see donald trump has no substance and the first seven candidates difficult very well. >> in terms of that, donald trump has gotten pretty far being himself. do you think he hurt himself last night? >> i do. i think where he was the only one refusing to say he would
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support the nominee. and he said that confirms in their mind the clinton's put him up to this to cause commotion. >> he plays with motions and sometimes voters want to see that. >> they do at the beginning but eventually they want to nominate someone that can win. >>io sour point is no policy specifics that would change your mind about an issue. >> give me five words of substance that donald trump used on policy. just five. three. one. >> i will tell you he brought the common points he made and that is mexico, immigration, china and japan. he is an outstanding marketer and better than anyone else on
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the stage. is it his strategy then to come back to the same points because you know voters don't pay attention to this stuff like we do. >> they do eventually. let's talk about immigration. there is not an iota of difference in terms of policy. they are all for sealing the border, tightening up the work process, and tightening up verification and saying there is no e path at a citizenship. there is a difference in tone and the way they go at it but those are the differences. >> when you look at how this
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shakes out over the next week or so what do you anticipate happening in the polls? unless donald trump surges or falls out of the mix you will not see a big dynamic change among the other players. >> nothing is going to happen until the kids go back to school and people are out of the summer mode and pay attention to the details. >> you have another debate in mid-september in california. >> that is about the time it all starts. >> seven others faced off in the earlier debate and we were there. whose message stood out? here is former texas governor rick perry on what he would do with the president's current deal on iran: >> the iran negotiation is going to be torn up on day one and we will start the process of securing the border and i will take a bottle of white house and get started on the executive
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they are taking a part the queue getting friday a football game in the arena here. what was democratic frontrunner hillary clinton doing during the debate? she wasn't watching. you were live at the head quarters. what was she doing? >> she wasn't there. she was on the west coast doing fundraising. one of the celebrity
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participants was kim kardashian who took to twitter to share this. hillary clinton wasn't watching the debate. but her staff was. they set-up a mini war room trying to do rapid response on social media to push back. i found two things interesting. in talking to her senior advisor they said there was a lot of strong performance from the republicans and when she is going to debate. the republicans have had lots of criticism but the democrats announced quitely they are going to start their debates in october. so hillary clinton has a front-runner has two more months before she has to go through what donald trump and jeb bush and the frontrunners had to do.
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>> it looks like the dnc settled on half a dozen. what was it like watching the debate? what did you pick up on they observed? >> in terms of donald trump there is fascination with republicans, independents and even democrats. there was a picture of donald trump on fox and he said i am done with this news conference. i want more trump time. the clinton camp is watching him. jeb bush is said to have an uneven performance. hillary clinton's spokesperson said the same. she said she is concerned some days and some days she is not
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concerned because he has weak moments. rubio, a lot of republicans saying they liked him. the democrats thought he went too far by revising his position on abortion saying there is no exception to rape or incest. if they face him in the general election they think they will do well on him with that issue with women. and chris christie, the clinton camp thought he exceeded expectations more than any other republican. they say, and told me behind closed doors, they thought chris christie was calm and confidant and brought his a-game. >> some of those compliments you are reporting are intriguing. do you get the sense they are out here getting drilled so they are ready for this? >> hillary clinton was avoiding
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the media. she has been taking more interviews but some are worried she might be out of fighting shape by not engaging with the media as much as the republicans and no debate yet. >> two months from now appare apparently. >> hillary clinton as we are saying far from the stage in cleveland. first, wisconsin governor scott walker. >> people like hillary clinton think you grow the economy by growing washington. i think most of us understand people, not the government, creates jobs.
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featuring the top ten candidates we got to hear from the other candidates. >> that iran negotiation is going to be torn up on day one and we will start the process of securing that bord and i will take a bottle of white hoot to get started on the executive orders. >> the president shouldn't be legislating. >> defund planned parenthood and put in place an absolute permanent ban on any taxpayer dollars every being used to fund abortions. >> we stuck to the fact americans are tired of corporate interest and democrats interests politics and power. >> jeb bush said have to be willing to lose the primary and we will win the general.
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>> if i have to monitor a mosque i will, if i have to send more american troops to protepidity i will. >> 2016 is going to be a fight between conservativeship is a democratic party that is und undermining the character of the nation. we need a nominee who will throw punches. >> very qualified people in that group. two governors, senators, carly fiorina as you saw, people dedicated to running to president. it is a long haul. >> that was proven last night. i think it is interesting when you are inside the room and you are listening to their comments and you go back and watch it on a monitor and it plays different
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ways inside the arena and on the televisi television. what gets the crowd going in the arena is very different than what people see at home. it reads very differently. it will take a wile to shake out the numbers. it is a long time before the next debate >> i am i am the nominee how is hillary clinton going to lecture me about living pay check to pay check? i was raised pay check to pay check. how is she going to lecture me about student loans? i owe over $100,000 a few years ago. sgr >> if hillary clinton is the candidate, which she probably
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won't, but she is the epitome of the progressive moment and counts on the fact the people are uninformed. >> you embrace the energy resolution unthis -- in this country. and hillary clinton can't even saying she is for the keystone pipeline. give me a break. >> we have contributers here today. do you think anyone was most effective in addressing hillary clinton last night? >> i am not entirely convinced that hillary clinton going to be the democratic nominee. but she is the favorite and the
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target to the republicans. most of them went after her and attacked her on everything from her lack of trust worthiness to planned parenthood and everything else. i would say of all of the candidates two stood out inning landing punching on her. first the clip of marco rubio and then we went on to say the republicans have an embarrassment with the talent on the stage and the democrats can't find one good candidate. and governor scott walker landed a punch saying the u.s. congress can't get ahold of her private and her e-mail but the chinese are way ahead of that. that got big applause and laughs. >> let me get to brad. how did you hear it play out
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when each person had an opportunity to take a shot? >> i have to tell you i was thrilled last night because i didn't think any of the shots they took at hillary clinton were all that effective. mark rubio had a couple great lines but if he ever gets into a debate with hillary clinton he would have to defend that. you can throw one-liners at hillary clinton to get applause and move the numbers in the poll butt when you debate her next here you will have to defend voting against efforts to refinance student loans. >> we heard from ed henry ten minutes ago and he was with the clinton team in brooklyn last night. and he remarked on how serious they reviewed the candidates and he will watch that play out. monica, you still don't think
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she will be the nominee? >> i think president obama might want to have a word about that and i am not convinced she is his favorite and her poll numbers are sinking on everything from honesty and inte integrity and the latest scandal with the private server and now the fbi opening an investigation? all of this is chipping away at her support. take a look at the greatest polls in the democratic race and you will see someone like bernie sanders who is a vowed socialist is running 40-42 percent of this race and giving her a run for her money in states like iowa and new hampshire. she is vulnerable and her team
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knows it. >> brad, you can see the numbers. do you agree with monica or is hillary clinton going to be the official nominee? >> i absolutely believe she will be the nominee. the mayors came out a with series of polls putting her against every potential republican candidate. she is beating rivals in the national poles in the primary by 30-40 percent. jeb bush's and donald trump's favorable numbers are better than -- worse than hillary clinton's. bernie sanders and o'malley is not happy about the debate
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being in october. will there bow an expansion of the field or is that where it is from this point forward? six and only six? >> i don't know. i happened to be in cleveland and saw the press conference the dnc had and all of the candidates accepted the debates. i think there will be six. and i think that is plenty given the other avenues people have to get their message out. >> we will see if the blow back continues. thank you, brad and monica. carly fiorina is getting attention and what are people saying about the only woman on the republican side of the race? first senator lindsey graham on planned parenthood:
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welcome to both of you. >> thank you. >> it is very interesting to hear the discussion about carly fiorina and how strong she was. what is your take on? >> i have liked her but that is because i am a politics nerd. because she crushed it so hard and was a star a lot of people who would not have heard of her otherwise are hearing of her now. i would like to say a her versus trump situation. >> yeah, you are probably right about that. ma marg mar margerie, how do you think that
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would match up? >> it was ten men lined up and i thought thank god there is carly in her pink suit and so well spoken and presented and i think represented everything women are excited about in terms of rational, poise and smart conversation. i think it would be an interesting debate and do good. women are 50% of the electorate so they need to learn how to talk to women. >> she doesn't pull any punches. she called her a liar and every name in the book and probably doesn't hesitate to go after her. she is the only one who does really. >> i think she has a license
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some don't because of the women think. we have seen with trump, he has no paws when the comes to taking fire at any woman and frank leo offending most women. it does make it different when it is two women having the conversation. >> another issue on the table is planned parenthood and the funding of that agency. here is scott walker on that: >> unlike hillary clinton, who has a radical position in terms of support were planned parenthood, i defunded planned parenthood more than four years ago long before any of these video said ca-- videos came out. >> what do you think about the planned parenthood discussion and where it goes from here? >> i don't think there is a possibility for much serious discussion because of donald
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trump last night. but he's a great point and people need to be talking about that. he has record and trump doesn't have a record. i think it could have been taken more seriously but it will have to take that direction as we get closer to 2016. >> hillary clinton defends planned parenthood and has been involved in the organized over the years. >> planned parenthood is becoming a representation of a larger issue and using this one example of a present and real topic, and i understand why they use it, but as time presses on, we are early in the political conversation and debate and there are a lot of facts that need to be uncovered and reputations chung. but becoming representative of the issue of choice and women's access to health care which is always the sticking point.
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i understand the choice but i think it is a hazard to make it early on. 3% of what planned parenthood is abortion and the rest is health care >> some people say that number might be skewed. more to come. the candidates are already moving out of cleveland and on to the next event. many are arriving in the state of georgia, a red state event, and chris christie, new jersey governor, is now on the podium. but we will see a lot of them throughout day as we saw last night. if we learned one thing in cleveland, this is the beginning of a long and sustained primary fight. back in cleveland as the coverage continues right after this.
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>> i am jon scott and we are up next. quite a night as the presidential debate for the 2016 was held. what was are reaction from the media? and why the governor of california says fasten your seatbelt when the fure control. and why the iran nuclear deal might be in trouble. a possible tornado injuring fibpeople at a wal-mart in alabama. the roof caved in. another store damaged there. >> i was sitting in my truck doing paperwork. i looked up and the building to my right departed.
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that is the only think i can say. my truck is shacking and i am goin goinging -- going oh dear! that is right we saw storms ripping through parts of the southeast. here is the last 24 hours. you can see the cluster of storms racing through alabama, georgia and in the carolinas and we saw heavy rain with the storms. the threat for more severe weathered is not over today across parts of the southeast. you have that in parts of alabama, florida panhandle and westward in parts of arkansas. one into the plains and further
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west and unsettled across the nation for today and that will continue into the weekend. tomorrow we have the risk of mer severe storm in iowa, northern missouri, and western portions of the state of ill illinois. and heat index values as high as 115 in texas, alabama, and here is a look at the forecast heat index values for the afternoon. in tulsa is it going to feel like 115. 106 in dallas. and oklahoma city 108 is what it will feel like and this is going to continue over the next several days. here is the forecast for dallas and you can see the triple digit forecast. a closer look at dallas' extended forecast, monday and tuesday no changes, and looking
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at triple digit heat continuing. >> wow. i need shade and water nearby. thank you. maria in new york. >> more from cleveland in just a moment. including our final thoughts on last night as the curtains are pulled down and the stage is taken a part. bill and i will be right back. feel secure in your dentures... feel free to be yourself all day. just switch from denture paste to sea-bond denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself. with stronger, clean sea-bond.
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>> welcome back, everybody. here we are in the q as everybody calls it. it has been a great stay in cleveland. for number one and two, in particular donald trump the question how he really did going forward and whether or not people loved inside look at his business dealings and like will be big issue. for jeb bush, are people talking about him today? that's the question. bill: two takeaways after seeing them in person in iraq during the commercial break, the
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friendships they have. martha: mutual respect. bill: i agree with that. contact with the moderators. great being with you. back to new york we go. martha: great being with you. back to new york we go. have a great day everybody. jenna: remains the big story of the day. new reaction coming in fast and furious after a heated republican showdown in cleveland. hello, everybody, i hope you're off to a great day so far. i'm jenna lee. jon: jon: happy friday to i. i'm jon scott. the candidates came out swinging taking on each other and even the moderators here are some highlights. >> if it weren't for me you wouldn't even be talking about illegal immigration, chris. you wasn't talk about it. >> get a judge to sign the warrant. >> governor christie,a


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