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breaking tonight big news in the hillary clinton e-mail scandal with reports that the classified information previously found on her server was actually far more sensitive than we knew, in fact, it was top secret information that never should have been left vulnerable or insecure. this as we learn that the justice department is seizing custody of the server that mrs. clinton vowed she would never turn over. welcome to "the kelly file" i'm megyn kelly. the news is just breaking on this. it began just hours ago when we received reports that an inspector general for the intelligence community has identified top secret
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information on the personal server mrs. clinton used for years while secretary of state. top secret is reserved for only the most sensitive material. this after mrs. clinton has said for months that there was no classified material never mind top secret material on her server, period end report. then news broke that the fbi has taken possession of that classified material from mrs. clinton's lawyer. and then moments before we came to air confirmation from team clinton that the department of justice is now taking custody of the server which the state department had been fighting, which mrs. clinton had vowed not to give. a former deputy assistant attorney general in the u.s. department civil division. shannon, good to see you tonight. not only did she have classified information which she told us repeatedly she did not have, she had top secret information in
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her possession and it sounds like it was from -- operational and geospatial intelligence from the cia. >> this is heavy duty stuff. it's sensitive, classified calm partmentalized information. this is the sort of stuff that the highest level of security is taken in order to protect it. you have to have this information stored in a secure facility that's electronically swept that cell phones can't get into. the reason is to protect sources and methods of our intelligence community. this is very, very serious information. >> now, what do you make of the news -- first she said there is no classified information. it doesn't exist. here is the sound byte to that
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effect. i don't know what that means but it is gone. trust me, it exists. let me read it. there is no classified material. this is march 10th. there is no classified material. i did e-mail any classified information to anyone on my e-mail. this is july, i never sent nor received information that was classified, never sent orreceived information that was classified. now turns out top secret and on top of that the server, the server she said she would never turn over is being turned over. in fact, we believe it is in the doj's possession right now. >> let me give you a shock on that. she didn't turn it over voluntarily. the fbi is doing an investigation. the fbi's investigation is looking into possible criminal mishandling of classified information. and in the course of that they are asking who had access to
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that server while she was using it, while it was operational. who has had access to it since? they are doing a sweeping investigation here and the first thing they should be doing and should have been doing weeks ago was securing that information and making sure no further national security damage could be done. it's about time, is what i have to say on that. >> the "washington post" is reporting there is no evidence she used encryption to shield the e-mails from foreign intelligence services or other prying eyes. what we have here is top secret u.s. intelligence information on the private server in her home which we have already reported was being maintained by one guy who stepped in to take it over. it wasn't president clinton's server. it was a separate server, contrary to her denials of the classified information. now despite her objections finally doj and fbi have said we are taking it.
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we are taking it, madame. and further exploration is underway. where does this go from here? >> this is a full blown investigation. it is going to look at other people who used the server. cheryl mills apparently didn't use this e-mail address but was using some form of private e-mail. everyone involved at the highest levels of her administration have lawyered up with some of the best lawyers in the country. you don't do that unless there is a serious concern for criminal exposure. and that's exactly what you have here. the fbi is run by director jim comey who has a reputation for independence is going to turn over every stone and there is every reason to suspect that classified information now we have confirmation that it was
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mishandled and exactly who did it go to. megyn, there is one important point in all of this, in the early reporting on all of this, it was reported that there wasn't even a security certificate on her server. that is the information just went out unencrypted over the internet where anyone could get it. it was out there served on a platter for foreign intelligence services which i'm sure they got. >> thank you. bill burton, former white house press secretary underpresident obama. it cannot be okay to have top secret information on unsecured server. >> i feel like i am through the listening glass. i am going to leave it tlmpt let's keep in mind here that hillary clinton did what all the other former secretary of states did with their e-mail. she voluntarily turned over her
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e-mails. as they went through this process -- >> that's not really answering the question at hand. how can it be okay. let's accept it was unacceptable for the others. i know hillary sent out a directive saying don't use personal e-mail for state business which she did. but how can it be -- you worked for president obama. how can it be okay for top secret documents to be kept on an unsecure server? >> first of all, the fact that it is the same practice followed by other secretaries of state is important. if information sent or received was classified as top secret information after sent or received that's one thing. >> they are saying at the time. i agree with you. it is different maybe she didn't know. what they are reporting is that it was classified at the time she had it. >> was it marked as classified in the e-mails? there is a lot of questions we don't know.
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>> i don't know the answer to that. she ultimately changed her story. she said repeatedly on the record there was no classified information, period. it's nothing was classified. now we find out classified and top secret information. can you explain? containing operational and geospatial intelligence. what does that mean? >> i'm not an expert in classified terminology, but -- >> it sounds bad. it sounds serious. >> siri would know maybe. >> i don't like siri because she refers to me as mejen. >> this is also a practice other republicans have used in this race. jeb bush had private e-mails. scott walker, bobby jindal, rick perry. >> let me ask you this last question because we are short on time. honesty and trust worthy.
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her numbers have been going down on that. this doesn't help, does it? >> well, look, hillary clinton is going to go up. her numbers will go down. her numbers on honesty and trust worthiness have gone down consistent. when you have 16 republican candidates pounding on you day after day i think you will take a toll. once it is hillary clinton versus another candidate i think you will see another story. >> it is 17. don't forget gilmore. >> how could i forget. >> rude. great to see you. we have other big breaking stories including fallout from donald trump's first press conference since the debate. campaign carl and mark thesen with big news in first post debate polling out of iowa and new hampshire. plus, did you see this? watch.
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pennsylvania avenue, everybody wanted it. i got it. in the obama administration i got it which is pretty shocking. i got it because i know how to i know how to get things done. you can't sit down and say well i'm going to come up with a 19-point plan to get the old post office and create it into a great hotel. the most sought after property in the history of the general services administration, trump got it. i'm not an obama person. you probably heard that. i think there has to be a trust. if you don't trust you are not going to do very well. jeb bush will not be able to negotiate against china. jeb bush will not be able to negotiate against mexico. jeb bush with mexico said people come in and it's an act of love. it's not an act of love. we need a wall. you see what is happening with illegal immigration. in all fairness, if it weren't for me they wouldn't be talking
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about illegal immigration. i took a lot of heat that first week and people realized i was right and apologized to me. we will be announcing the numbers and specifics knowing that what i just said is right. you really to have be flexible on jobs and everything else. i will be speaking about it later. we are taking jobs outside and away from china, away from all of these countries that are stealing from us. they are stealing our base, our money, our manufacturing. we are bringing them back into the united states. i am going to be talking about this. ford, as an example, is building a $2.5 billion automobile plant in mexico. how does that help us? except they are closing plants in michigan and other places. we are going to be bringing back jobs to the united states. ten years ago everybody wanted the wall. the democrats, the republicans, they couldn't get it. one of the reasons they couldn't get it? environmental impact statements.
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did you know that? it's the most incredible thing. we will get the wall built. it's going to be built right and mexico is going to pay for the wall. mexico is making a fortune off the united states. mexico is going to pay for the wall. and they are going to be happy about it. you know why? they are going to be happy about it because the cost of the wall is peanuts compared to the kind of money they are making. mexico is becoming the new china. i have a great love for mexico. i have love for the mexican people. i have thousands of mexico people over the years. mexicans have worked for me and they are now thousands. they are fantastic people, great spirits. their politicians and leaders are much smarter and sharper and more cunning. i say the word cunning. they are more cunning than our leaders. i want to run as a republican. that's what i'm doing. i'm leading in every poll. the local and the national polls leading and by substantial
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out from new hampshire and iowa suggest several candidates got a big bounce from last week's big debate. in iowa a suffolk university poll shows donald trump, scott walker and marco rubio in a statistical dead heat while in new hampshire a poll shows a surge for john kasich and carly fiorina after they went from nowhere to top five. campaign cameron is walking us through the results. >> you were talking about john kasich in new hampshire, a candidate who had gotten into the race three weeks before the first debate qualified for the top ten and then with it has bounced into double digits and showing to be a real contender in the first of the nation states. where carly fiorina is concerned she is now essentially tied for fifth place with ted cruz in iowa. a huge jump for her and really
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sort of changes the dynamic. when you look at the iowa poll that is where marco rubio's surge is really visible. he sort of faded in the early days of donald trump's candidacy. his debate performance was polished and impressed a lot of people. again, in iowa you see that carly and ted cruz are knotted and basically tied. a big question about how this all affected donald trump who was at the top of the polls, one of the polls suggested that having seen the debate about 54% of those who watched it said they were less impressed with mr. trump. having said that it is clear we were here today in mississippi with ted cruz, lots of questions about trump. he does fire up republican conservative based voters yet 54% less impressed is not numbers he is accustomed to saying he is winning with. >> what about polls where they said he was the winner? >> sure, snap polls are just
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that. they are taken in a snap, first impression and first impressions are often evolvable. it changes. so they are very quick. it's a small sampling of people and it is hard to get accurate polls. that first impression has apparently changed from those who have seen the debate. >> thank you. joining me now with more fox news contributor, former presidential speech writer. what is the lesson from the polls? >> number one is debates matter taking someone from the back of the pack to the front pretty much overnight. the second lesson is that this race is still incredibly fluid. if you think back at this time in the 2012 election rick perry was at 18% in new hampshire which is where donald trump is today and 29% in iowa which is
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ahead of where donald trump is. he didn't end up being the republican nominee. debate can take a front runner and turn him into -- and which is what we are seeing in candidates. >> who benefitted the most? >> well, in different states it was different people. in iowa it was clearly ben carson benefitted. he was seen in the suffolk poll. his closing statement about brain surgery was most memorable moment. marco rubio definitely benefitted. carly fiorina moved up in new hampshire and iowa. >> carly fiorina seen a huge jump. >> she has seen an absolutely huge jump. in new hampshire kasich benefits and ted cruz benefitted. they both moved up. bush and walker lost a little
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bit of ground. >> bush went from third place to seventh. >> in iowa but still second in new hampshire. walker is second in iowa. they both and walker dropped dramatically in new hampshire. in the states where they really need to win, walker needs to win iowa. bush needs to win new hampshire. they are in second place. >> how about donald trump? >> yeah. donald trump was really hurt by these debates. the last predebate poll in i didn't was 38.6. in new hampshire he was at 32% and now at 18%. he has lost some ground. but the worst numbers for him in the polls are the unfavorables. he is third highest unfavorable in iowa at 37% and new hampshire he has the highest unfavorable of all at 46%. there is a ceiling for him and an opportunity for other candidates to catch up to him. >> who are the others of the big
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unfavorable? >> christie and paul in both states have the highest unfavorables behind donald trump. and trump in new hampshire is the highest of all of them. >> so any news about -- rand paul seems to have dwindled in the polls at least on first blush. is somebody taking from him? is somebody giving his support to somebody else? are voters moving from one to another? >> he is clearly hard to tell who moved from who to who but clearly carly fiorina moved ahead. she gained the most. she was on the under card in that debate and she was seen by everybody as now being in the main event next time. it is funny because in that debate in the 5:00 p.m. debate she took a shot at donald trump but he wasn't on the stage to respond. the next time around he will be on the stage to respond. she will get a shot at the front runners next time. >> great to see you.
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>> great to see you, megyn, thanks. we know the real story behind a tense moment on our show just last night. >> what are you guys arguing about the? what is going on? >> up next the ugly moment a vietnam vet confronted ferguson protesters for stomping all over the american flag. we will speak with richard fowler about how trouble in america's biggest cities could impact the 2016 race. a group of veterans opposed to president obama's iran nuclear deal put a human face on the issue. >> i'm retired staff sergeant and i was blown up by an iranian bomb. it cut me in half from the left corner of my temple to my jaw and took my legs off. total devastation. that day is imprinted in my brain forever. unbelievable! toenail fungus? seriously? smash it with jublia! jublia is a prescription medicine
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we are learning the real story behind a tense moment you saw last night. griffe jenkins waded into a group of angry protesters. >> reporter: there seems to be a little bit of -- i have just taken us inside. seems to be a little bit of an argument going on, megyn, among the protesters. there is no police in that. what will set things off tonight is not what you are seeing now which is two arguments between protesters. we are not sure what this quaral is about but is clearly heating up. what is going on here? >> he needs to come out that circle. >> so there's some argument going on with one individual that walked into this. they are saying he is not part of the protest group. >> today wewe learned the man
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was a u.s. veteran angry over their desecration of the american flag. someone caught the whole thing up close on a cell phone. [ bleep ]. >> what does my flag have to do with you? >> it is about what your flag represents them doing to us. >> this is the same protest movement that scrawled officer wilson's name on the side of the roasted pig. the 18 year old charged officer wilson after trying to grab his gun, officer wilson was exonerated of all wrong doing by the department of justice. so with tensions reaching new heights in a number of american cities including ferguson how
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does this play out in the 2016 presidential contest? joining me now richard fowler and david clark. i have to ask you about that roasted pig with officer wilson's name on the side of it. your reaction to that. >> it's the kind of ugliness we have seen ever since the days of the ferguson riots and happened all across the country. the unfair characterization of the american police officer who puts his or her life on the line so idiots like that can stand out there and act like fools. >> richard, this is just wrong. this is wrong. >> don't get me wrong. i think that the depiction of a pig and darren wilson is wrong but speaks to the distrust between communities of color. >> and the misinformation? >> i think there is a break down in trust how we got here to begin with. >> misinformation factors into that?
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hands up don't shoot is a lie and they are repeating it in ferguson. >> only if you look at the situation in a vacuum and you can't. when you look at ferguson you have to look at rodney king in 1992. you have to look at eric garner in new york city. walter scott in west charleston and the cases which you saw is a break down in trust between the community and the police department. the only way to get back to trust is to change police departments. we need to work with communities and beyond that we need a way where community and police can work together. >> i know you believe there is a war on police going on in this country and that it is doing real damage to the safety numbers in major american cities. >> the irony is that it is affecting good law abiding black people. in august they had 211 in all of 2014. same thing in milwaukee where we
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nearly doubled the amount we had last year. all of this is obscuring the real problem in the american cities. and that is the overwhelming majority of these victims of violence in these cities are black and the perpetrators are black, as well. this other stuff, our other guest here put out three names. there are literally thousands, thousands of black males and other blacks in these american ghettos that are slain every year. we hear nothing from the crowd that this phony black lives matter. that is the 800 pound gorilla in the room that nobody wants to talk about. >> what about it? >> i can tell you the 800 pound gorilla in the room is mass incarceration. over $80 billion on mass
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incarcerations. >> you hit on it because this is becoming campaign issue. we looked at this come studying up for the debate. some of the gop candidates in an attempt to reach out to african-american communities in particular are pushing to decrease the number of crimes that charged as crimes and do something about that issue. >> i think you are exactly right. president obama in his speech pointed out a very -- a point that every american should know. we represent 5% of the world's population but our prison population represents 25% of the world's prison population. mass incarceration in this country is a huge problem and it's not a democratic problem. it's not a republican problem. it's an american problem costing our country too much. i think every candidate whether democrats or republican has to come with a comprehensive plan on how we reform. >> even governor christie who is a former top law enforcement official is behind doing
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stunning new claims from the defense attorneys representing the six attorneys charged in the death of baltimore's freddie gray. the defense chamz in a new motion learned detectives learned mr. gray had a history of injuring himself in order to collect settlements. these are allegations, and told investigators to stop looking into that. trace gallagher has the details. >> reporter: the primary allegation is the lead prosecutor advised detectives investigating the death of freddie gray not to pursue key
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evidence that could be helpful to the police officer's charged in freddie gray's death. court documents show assistant state attorney told detectives not to do defense attorneys jobs by looking into claims that freddie gray had a history of crash for cash schemes injuring himself to collect settlement money including once in police custody. once the statement seemed to indicate some level of knowledge that evidence exists which could benefit the officers charged in mr. gray's death and that the prosecutor did not want this information uncovered. certainly no one knows how freddie gray was injured. was it a so-called rough ride where police tried to injure him or did gray try to injure himself. remember the man who shared the van with freddie gray who told
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investigators gray was banging his head against the metal and then later denied saying that. the same court documents claim instead of giving a copy the state's attorney summarized what he said and offered an opinion about why he said it so the medical examiner gave no credence to the head banging statement at all prior to ruling the death was a homicide. prosecutors say the defense is simply taking this information to try to sway the jury pool. >> wow. trace, thank you. joining me now criminal defense attorney, former prosecutor and andell brown. these are really stunning claims. >> megyn, if this is true i am so damn outraged. first they go judge shopping to get a search warrant and now this. let me remind the folks at home what the prosecutor's obligation
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is in a case. it is not just to gather evidence that helps prosecute a defendant but search for a truth which means pursuing evidence that doesn't necessarily help your case and once you get the evidence you must disclose it to the defense. if they did that as alleged it is outrageous. >> investigators came to assistant state's attorney saying we are hearing information this guy had a history of trying to injure himself it would be highly relevant to this case, would it not? >> i have to tip my hat to these defense attorneys. this is trying your case 101. they have made startling claims without providing a shred of evidence and media bought it. show me one crash report and one accident report from all of these crash for cash schemes. show me one court case. >> you know why you don't see it? >> we don't have it.
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>> you know why? >> why? >> because this prosecutor assuming the allegations are true doesn't want to pursue getting that evidence and providing it. >> mark, what they say in the motion is that our information is that the defense believes the state's attorneys office does have evidence of it, that they do have evidence of it but they haven't turned it over. and that goes against the very fundamental ethical obligation of a prosecutor, mark, which you used to be. >> it does. i will tell you this. obviously it disturbs me as it relates to the six officers who are charged. is this something pervasive in that office where somehow prosecutors don't feel it is their obligation to provide information that may be rel vpt and helpful to the defense? that concerns me more than anything. >> they have no direct evidence that freddie gray received a payment. the defense appears to be saying
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we have gotten a tip that the d.a. has it, the state's attorney has it. >> a statement with nothing else. they don't have access to the public record. they can't go and look up the case. they can't pull an accident report. those are the most simple fundamental things you do when you are making that sort of claim. >> they can but the prosecutors have an obligation. >> you have to be diligent and have to do due diligence. >> you are not going to spin it that way. >> andell, come on, let mark speak and then i will give you the floor. >> you would be going to court saying i could get some of these things, but the prosecutor is in possession of that information and has the ability more than anyone to obtain this information and chose not to. you would be going nuts in court if that happened. >> i want to ask you this before we go because trace mentioned
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the other allegation tht state's attorney allegedly spoke with the medical examiner before she came to the conclusion that this is a homicide and gave her statements but only summarized the key statement for the defense which is by that guy allen who was the only other person in the police van who we have been told said to the homicide detectives right after that guy was jumping around like crazy trying to hurt himself but giving the statement to the medical examiner that the state's attorney allegedly summarized and came up with a homicide declaration. your thoughts? >> mark has been a defense attorney in miami dade for a long time and when you get a statement where the police says somebody else said and it fit their version of events it is uncorroborated we say it is unreliable and inad missable and when he had the opportunity to speak for himself he totally denied that.
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you are telling me that a statement made by someone about what someone else said is the best evidence your case doesn't hold water. >> good debate. thanks for being here. >> my one complaint is look how tiny mark looks. i think we need to zoom more on mark. >> bring it in. >> i was doing this to make it more even. >> andell did that. he organized that. [ laughter ] >> that is more like voodoo. thank you very much. >> thank you. that was the best i can do. >> good bye. coming up, growing concern over president obama's nuclear deal with iran as iranian hard liners continue to chant death to america. up next new voice joining the protest against the president's deal. >> vote for this deal means more money for iranian terrorism. what do you think they are going to do when they get more money?
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>> tonight a new ad by a group of veterans proposed to president obama's nuclear deal. watch it. >> i'm retired staff sergeant bartlett and i was blown up by an iranian bomb. it cut me in half from my temp to jaw and took my gunner's legs off. total devastation. that day was imprinted in my brain forever. that's who we're making a deal with. every politician involved in this will be held accountable. they will have blood on their hands. >> retired staff sergeant robert bartlett is the man featured in the ad and pete is the ceo of concerned veterans for america. thank you both. robert, what made you do it?
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why did you speak out? >> i made a promise a long time ago that i would serve this country and i would protect it no matter what, and the that's all i'm doing. but i also made a promise to myself my buddy that died next to me because of that iranian bomb, that i would love for him and his words would be out there, too. >> when you heard we struck an agreement, what was your reaction? >> i couldn't believe it. i didn't want to believe it. the very country that killed so many americans over in iraq i just couldn't believe it. they were choosing another country over somebody who had fought for their country, somebody who had died for their country, you know, choosing the very enemy that we swore to protect them from. >> but you know the justification? you know the justifications that
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this will prevent iran or at least delay it from having a nuke. [ laughter ] >> you know, the deal is not going to stop them from having a nuke. they were trying to build a nuke long before we put sanctions on them. we put sanctions on them to stop them from building nukes. that was the point. to take them away and give them back the billions of dollars we took away, what is that going to do? it's going to bolden the program. took a few thousand dollars and killed me and my friends and what are they going to do with a few billion dollars? doesn't make sense. >> certainly attempted. pete, a lot of veterans objected this deal. >> that's exactly right. what sergeant bartlett and this group have done is exposed the real cost of the deal. you can talk about interest and balance of power and all aspects. when it comes down to it, iran is trying to kill over 500
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americans in iraq since 9/11. guys i served with, guys bartlett served with and this deal releases $100 billion back to the regime that will go to folks, the head of the force and who now is able the to travel freely because of the details of this agreement and he will use that to go out and kill americans just like iran for 35 years, megyn and to believe the intentions changed is foolish. that's why chuck schumer out against the deal. he knows the regime is not going to change and it will fuel the passion. >> president obama suggests the hard liners are one thing but there is a group that we can work with, people more moderate. >> well, sure, being suppressed and oppressed by the ruling regime in iran right now who still has a tight grip on iran and there is no reason why ten years from now when this deal gives them effectively a pass to
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a bomb, why any of that would have changed and the intentions of the hard liner wills have changed with the bombing to the streets to what happened in iraq, the nature of this regime has not changed, the revolutionary regime. why would that change ten years from now? my kids and his kid haves to deal with an iranian nuclear armed iran. >> they take the life in killing and hurting american services members and sergeant bartlett has the wounds to prove it. thank you both for your service. >> thank you. you just didn't have anything left in the tank? well - you do. because the courage is already inside. did you leave behind something reliable?
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