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tonight. ms. meg, is next. please remember, the spin stops here. looking out for you. breaking tonight, jeb bush ramps it up in what is now a full-blown political war with donald trump. a fight that could help decide the republican nominee for president. welcome to the kelly file, everyone. i'm megyn kelly. this rivalry has been simmering for weeks but in the last few days it's erupted as trump continued to go after bush for being low energy, being part of the establishment and even for speaking spanish in response to a question asked in spanish on the campaign trail. bush pushed back first with campaign ads, then remark to the press and tonight in a town hall campaign stop in new hampshire, he made it clear that it is on. watch. >> donald trump has proposed in
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the most recent past the highest tax increase in american history. donald trump, aspiring to president, still believes that the canadian health care system is really good and works in scotland. this guy is not a conservative. this guy does not believe in the greatness of our country. my belief is that most people are conservative. they just haven't been asked yet. yeah, maybe a little in spanish. >> donald trump says anyone who criticizes him with automatically go down in the polls. are you concerned about going down in the polls? >> i'm not going to participate in some reality tv show. i'm going to push back when he says things that are ugly and i'm sure at hell, when he attacks me personally, you're damn right i'm going to fight back. i hope you would do too. [ applause ] >> charles kroauthammer, good t see you. that's a different sounding jeb bush. >> it sounds as if he really had
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his wheeties this morning. he that's not low energy. i think the strategy was originally, don't get into a fight with trump, this is a summer storm, will come and go. but he's not going, the numbers are strong. the monmouth poll has trump at 30% nationally. bush who was a front runner who's way down now to where he was, has to make a choice. and i think his choice is a correct tactical one yb you got to take it on. he's doing it on two levels. one is on personality trying to show he's got fight. and i think, you know, he's not going to win that fight with trump. trump has brought outrageousness to his -- made it into an art form and he's running the most successful reality television show in history. but i think it's important that bush show that he's not the guy who's going to lie around when sand is being kicked in his face. he doesn't win that but i think he gets off the mat and shows
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that he's got the character and i think that's important. >> okay. but the reality is, for jeb bush or any other republican candidate doing that, it's like waving the red, you know, material, flag in front of the bull. and that's what set jeb off tonig tonight. one of the people in the town hall said are you concerned that your poll numbers are going to go down given your counter attacks against trump because we know what he does. >> donald trump is not a bull who needs red waved in front of him for him to charge. he charges on instinct. he charges when the sunrises. it's not as if it's going to make a difference. the hits on bush are going to come one way or another. they started long before bush attacked him. so he really has no choice. i don't think he's going to amp up the counter attacks, but if he does, at least he's got a fighting chance. on personality. now, on ideology, i think his
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case is a very strong one. it is true what trump is what you would call a traditional conservative. i doubt he's a conservative at all. but nonetheless, that's not going to have a big impact on those who support trump. that's a matter of style and strength. i'm a leader and i'll do stuff. i'll kick sand in the face of the chinese, the japanese and the mexicans. that's sort of exciting to hear. but i do think it might put a ceiling on his support. there are people who are deeply conservative who like the trump style but who are now going to learn about his past and his political ideology and that could put a ceiling on it. that's the bush strategy. whether it works, we don't know. trump is a kind of candidate we've never seen and he's writing a new set of rules. >> what does it tell us about how donald trump feels about jeb bush that he continue to put jeb bush in the cross hairs. right now ben carson looks to be
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the biggest threat to him but he's very focused on jeb. why? >> well, you know what trump managed to do today is to actually find a way to disparage carson, which you would imagine is impossible to do. but he did put out a tweet or something in which he said, i really like carson, but you know, he's at a disadvantage because a neurosurgeon doesn't really have a chance to create a lot of jobs, maybe a nurse or two. >> he said it to the daily caller. >> that's rather remarkable. i would have thought that carson is in a sense untouchable in terms of personal disparagement. but of course the heavy artillery is against bush because, two runs. he was the chief rival. he's the guy with the most money who can hang in there all the way to the end. and also he's the representative in trump's eyes and in the eyes of his supporters of the establishment, ultimate establishment, the third in line of presidents and that's the
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reason why he's the juiciest and the most inviting target. >> let's talk about the loyalty pledge that trump was willing to make today and was not willing to make on august 6th at the fox news republican debate. he says it's because in the last month the republican party has treated him fairly. i mean, is that the real reason? do you buy that? and is this paper, you know, worth -- is this pledge worth the paper it's printed on? >> the answer to the second question is no. because trump could easily say any time between now and, i don't know, six months from now i have been treated unfairly recently, i haven't been treated well and thus the pledge is moot. >> any of them could do that. >> yeah, but i mean within trump is the one who is the most -- everybody is the most afraid of. i don't think anybody is worried about, you know, a third party candidacy. >> there's a question about whether the ultimate nominee, if
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it's trump, will he be supported by jeb bush. jeb bush put out a tweet today been voting republican since '72. it's not worth the paper it's printed on. however what? >> trump could claim he's the judge of this, that he's being treated well. and if he thinks he's not, i think he could tear it up. i don't think he would because i don't think a third party candidacy is very attractive to him. it will cost him a fortune. right now it doesn't cause him a penny. every time he sneezes it's on live television. getting on the ballot is extremely expensive and he has no chance of winning a general election as a third candidate. it hasn't happened. nobody has in 100 years. and even teddy roosevelt lost though he was a strong third party candidate. he's not going to win and he doesn't like to end up losing. i don't think it's an attractive alternative. and i do think he has a sense of
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he has a good shot of winning and that's why he wants to stay in the republican party. makes sense. >> it sure does. he's atop every single poll we've seen thus far and continue to lead the others by miles. charles, great to see you tonight >> my pleasure. well we have breaking news tonight on what looks like a scuffle outside of the trump event in new york today over the issue of illegal immigration. trace gallagher in moments with the video that is quickly going viral tonight. you'll see it in three minutes. and then we'll speak with mark's the thiessen about what may happen when the republican field starts to sift. and the court clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses because of her faith. he's in jail tonight. and presidential candidate ted
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cruz is here just ahead. and then why in the world would this woman lie to police in the middle of a manhunt for three suspected cop killers? brian kilmeade tonight has the answer and wait until you hear what it is. >> well she'd initially reported that two individuals approached her car, a male black and a male white an diabetes, steady is exciting. only glucerna has carbsteady, clinically proven to help minimize blood sugar spikes. so you stay steady ahead. i'm why? because it's red lobster's crabfest. and there's so much crab, so many ways. and with dishes like this luscious crab lover's dream or savory snow crab bake. i'm just getting started so hurry in and get crackin' you can't breathed. through your nose. suddenly, you're a mouthbreather. a mouthbreather!
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breaking tonight, new video coming into the fox newsroom appearing to show protesters clashing with security outside of the donald trump event earlier today in new york city. trace gallagher has the latest. trace? >> megyn while donald trump was inside trump towers in midtown manhattan, some trump protesters were outside dressed up as kkk members targeting the trump's immigration plan. they chanted and carried signs that said make america racist again. first the protester were confronted by trump's supporters, including a man who was from the dominican republic and came to this country illegal ly. then more protesters started showing up. that's when what hay peerd to be trump employees dressed in suits began trying to get the protesters away from the front of the building. video shows one man in a soot
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grabbing the sign of a protester. he try to stop him to get his sign back. that's when the apparent trump employee turns and he made a swing at the protester. the protester falls into the arms of what appears to be another trump employee. the protester then tries to grab the employee in return and that's when the cameras kind of pan off. listen now to the man who was protesting. >> all that banners and stuff, they wanted to rip them up. >> the protester says he plans to press charges. but then again if you watch the video, it appears that the first physical altercation came from the protester. we reached out to donald trump's camp and they have not yet commented. if they do, when they do, we'll let you know. >> thank you. well, breaking tonight, a new national poll stuns with its head-to-head matchup results
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showing donald trump dominating the field with one exception. the polls from monmouth university and it currently shows trump beating former florida governor jeb bush 66 to 37 when the two 0 head to head. trump beats governor scott walker head to head. he beats senator marco rubio and topped senator cruz 48 to 41. who is the one person that can beat trump in this poll? well, fellow political outsider dr. ben carson handily wins here against trump, 55 to 36. joining me now, marc thiessen. this is so interesting. so the same poll shows donald trump at the top of the leaderboard along all of the candidates including ben carson nationally. they're tied in iowa but trump beats carson nationally. but what if it's just the two of them, it's a totally different result with them clearly
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favoring carson. what do you make of it? >> it's fascinating. there's not going to be a national primary with two people on the ballot, so it's a hypothetical that's not going to happen. but it teaches us some interesting things. all of the other people you showed have one thing in common. they're politicians. ben carson is not a politician. he's an outer. donald trump handily beats all of the politicians. but when he's faced by a conservative outsider, he loses. so the question is what is ben carson doing that's different than all of these other candidates, outside of being an outsider. he's not attacking donald trump. he's being ben carson. he's running a positive, hopeful, optimistic campaign. you had him on the show a few weeks ago. it was fascinating when he was spending a day campaign in harlem. he looked at those people and said whether you vote for me or
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not, i'm going to fight for you. it's resonating with a lot of people. >> the difficult in this situation is -- i mean you heard charles krauthammer say he thought it was impossible to assail ben carson's character. his life story is so compelling. however is trump going to have to do it? he's gently attacking carson, a little bit yesterday with the daily caller. but is he going to have to do it? >> it's a tricky thing. it's one thing to attack jeb bush. jeb bush is the son of a great political dynasty, a wealthy man and seen as part of the political establishment. number one, ben carson is not part of the political establishment. two, as you point out, he's got an incredible life story. this is a guy who grew out of some of the worst poverty you would imagine, became a world renowned neurosurgeon that saved thousands of children's lives. he's got a compelling story, caring and inspiring. to attack somebody like that is
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pretty hard to do and get away with it. a big danger of blowback. >> and the favorability poll, the numbers that are also in this poll suggests there's danger there because trump has huge favorability numbers if you look at this poll. it's 59% to 29% who don't. and the only person above him on this poll is ben carson. 67% like him, just 6% say they don't like him. so there's obviously danger if you hit the guy too hard. >> yeah. he's a very popular guy. trump's positive/negative improved a lot. ben carson has the highest positives and the lowest negatives of any candidate in the field. and so yeah, it's very hard to go after somebody -- what do you go after ben carson for? he's a nice guy. >> trump came out yesterday and intimated he's a nice guy and i like him but he hasn't krooe cr
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jobs. >> and trump was supporting partial birth adoptions. it's going to be a political campaign and they're going to debate the ideas. ben carson has been clear he's not going to go after donald trump. >> we've got ted cruz coming up next on the county court clerk. he's in it pretty tight. he's a nart but running as an outsider. >> one of the most interesting numbers from the monmouth poll was 57% of gop voters want somebody who is an outsider who's never held public office. only 27% want somebody with government experience. that's why when you combine trump and carson together they get 48% of the vote. if you throw fiorina in there, it's 52%. now cruz paints himself as an outsider and he's played himself as an outsider in washington. he has a chance to claim the outsider role even though he's
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been tainted with his time in washington. >> he did that segment a year ago how the approval rating of congress is lower than that of cockroach. somebody actually asked that question, which would you prefer. no wonder everyone is running as an outsider. recommend roi hemorrhoids, what? it's got to be bad. a report surfaced today that somebody may be trying to sell hillary clinton e-mails stole enright off the server. plus a stunning development in the story of a court clerk who refused to issue same-sex marriage licenses based on her christian faith. kim davis is in jail tonight and likely to stay there for quite some time. and presidential candidate ted cruz is next on why he thinks she should be released. >> i would ask you all -- >> why are you not issuing
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we are not issuing licenses today. >> why are you not issuing manger licenses today? >> because i'm not. >> under whose authority are you not issuing licenses? >> under god's authority. >> a stunning twist tonight in the story of kentucky court clerk kim davis. and the judge not only holds her in contempt for refusing to issues marriage licenses but actually sends her to jail. it was a step beyond what even the prosecution had asked for and it is unclear when davis will be released since it depends on her agreeing to issue the licenses which she says would be in direct conflict with her christian faith. why davis' critics are cheering, she's receiving growing support from high profile places, including from our next guest,
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texas senator and republican presidential candidate. tez cruz. >> megyn, good to be with you. >> some of the republican candidates like carly fiorina said if you're going to work for the government, you're going to do the government's will and aid this is not appropriate by ms. davis. >> what happened today is an outrage. for the first time we're seeing a christian woman thrown in jail for standing up for her faith. i stand with kim davis, i stand with her and anyone thaels the government is trying to persecute for standing up for their faith. this is fundamentally wrong and it's inconsistent with the first amendment of the constitution. we have a nation that was formed by people fleeing religious oppression and coming to seek a land where we could worship free of the government getting in the way. and it is stunning what is happening here. >> here's what -- >> i would also point out, megyn -- >> i apologize.
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>> go ahead. i was going to -- >> so the other side says that she can exercise but she can't -- she shouldn't be in this role. her job is to issue marriage licenses. so it's an impossibility. she can't just not issue them now that they're legal. >> well, but that's fundamentally wrong. the consequence of that statement, that standard is that christians can't hold public office or if they do, they must be willing to violate their faith and go to jail. that is not america. that is not how this country works. let me point out to all of the politicians, both democrats and republicans who are saying if ms. davis doesn't want to noll low this lawless judicial from the supreme court that she should resign her office. where have those offices being for calling for the mayor of san francisco to resign who has
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declared san francisco a sanctuary city. defying immigration laws. where are those voices calling for president obama to resign for six and a half years he has defied the law, immigration law, he's defied welfare reform laws and defied his own obamacare. when the mayor of san francisco and president obama resign, then we can talk about kim davis. >> it's an issue because the white house came out today and said no public official is above the law. you had people on line saying what about the attorney general of california who allowed the sanctuary city of san francisco to stand unchallenged. let me ask you this. she was apparently offered the chance to have her deputies do it. she wouldn't have to do it. it would have to be under her authority. she would have to allow them. and the deputies were prepared
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to do it. and shed said no to that. so what are they supposed to do? what are same-sex couples supposed to do if you've got, you know, the head clerk saying no one can do it because of my religious beliefs? >> well, but megyn that's not right ushd kentucky law. number one her name would be on it regardless and she's saying it's inconsistent with her faith to put her name to it, to being part of it. i would point out that under kentucky law individuals can go in any other county and get married. but beyond that, listen, this decision from the supreme court on marriage was fundamentally illegitimate. chief justice roberts observed in da sent. this is not from the constitution and justice scalia -- i'll recommend for every one of your viewers to read justice scalia's powerful dissent where he predicted this marriage decision was so lawless
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that state and local officials could be expected to defy it. that's what justice scalia said. all of the commentators are saying they're shocked that she's doing exactly what justice scalia said. it's not the job as the justice said of five unelected lawyers to be the rulers of 320 million americans and to claim the authority to strike down the marriage laws all of 50 states. that is lawless. >> right new that is the law of the land and kim davis sits in a jail for an undetermined amount of time. senator cruz thank you tonight. great to see you. >> thank you, megyn. coming up, taylor swift facing some serious backlash other her latest video. brian kilmeade is here on what had people so upset. there's a new twist on the e-mail report and new developmenter with the clinton staffer saying he's plead the
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fifth amendment when he's asked about her server. unbelievable stuff. and shannon coffin is here next. >> i did not send classified material and i did not receive any material that was marked or designated classified which is the way you know whether something is.
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breaking tonight, the hillary clinton aid who helped set up her private e-mail server asserts his fifth amendment rights instead of testifying to the select committee investigating the benghazi attacks raising new questions about what if anything team clinton may be trying to hide. but first tonight, there is a new twist in a dramatic report that some f mrs. clinton's e-mails may be up for sale on the black market.
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shannen coffin is here, served in the justice department civil division. we'll talk to him in a moment. bebegin with david mar to ko who is the political eder for the daily mail. david, good to see you. so what exactly do we believe is for sale on the black market? >> right now it looks like, according to our intelligence sources, very reliable ones, that over the summer this particular intelligence agency became aware that a large number of hillary clinton's e-mails were available for sale for a nominal amount of money, that got them from guccifer, who is sitting in prison. >> that's her associate. >> so let me stop you there. so the question is -- there was one report from this website that the whole, you know, kit
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and caboodle, her e-mails has been offered for sale, the ones that she says she gave to the state department. is that what they have or is sid blumenthal's e-mails and his correspondence with her? >> i think it's sid blumenthal's e-mails. this report that you're citing from the gas up website is not true. i think somebody sold them a bill of goods. but of course that got some of our sources wagging saying, you don't know the half of it. the real story from our point of view is that somebody in the obama administration's intelligence apparatus had the opportunity to obtain the e-mails over the summer and they passed on it. they decided not to green light getting them. and you have to understand how this works. there are political appointees inside the intelligence agencies whose only authority is to say no to things. somebody said no, they didn't want that point in time want to risk casting hillary clinton in
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a bad light. of course now that she's politically drowning that decision might very well have been different in it presented itself today. >> and the other shoe may fall because now there are reports tonight according to bloomberg that the fbi began a probe into finding out whether foreign intelligence forces come mized her server. it may not be just guccifer who has a the hacked documents. david great to see you. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> this comes 24 hours after we learned that an aide has chosen to plead the fifth rather than testify before the benghazi sclekt committee. brian pagliano is refusing to testify. his attorney noting one of the fifth amendments basic functions is to protect innocent men. shannan coffin, a former council
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to dick cheney. shannen, good to see you. this dude pleaded the fifth. why? what does it tell you? >> well, what it tells me first of all is, you know, this takes it up to a new level for hillary clinton. the appearance of this is quite bad, right? and the political implications of it are sirius as well. for the staffer, why might he have done it. well, this could be a very good move because he pleads the fifth and if the committee or the fbi wants to get information from him, they can immunize his testimony so that he can't be prosecuted. >> why wouldn't they have done that already? why wouldn't they have said to him -- he didn't testified yet but his lawyer said don't bother. this is what's going to happen >> it's part of the dance. if he's going to cooperate, there's no reason to offer him immunity. so he's now saying, look, if you
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want my client's cooperation, you're going to have the, you know, you're going to have to put up for the fbi. why might he be doing it. >> that's the question. >> it's very hard to know because we don't know the facts. but, you know, he set up the server, he maintained the server. and we've been saying all along that the maintenance of this server in taking all of these documents off line could everyone kate stutes that prohibit the concealment of federal records, the removal of federal records, the destruction of federal records which of course is what she could be liable for. but he might be liable if he knowingly helped her. he might be liable for aiding and abetting liability. >> so the clintons are coming out saying sharon mills testified today. she answer all of the questions. asked that her testimony be made public. we've got nothing to hide. we told everybody to talk.
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however, cheryl mills is in a much different position from the dude who set up the server. >> this guy might be the only guy who knows what the word wiped means within the klain on the campaign. >> let me show the viewers what you're referring. the clinton campaign spokesman was asked about their production of documents and the server today on cnn and watch this exchange in particular, how it ends. >> why didn't she keep them on the server? >> i don't know what the relevant -- the pertinence of that would have been np in addition to having the electronic form of the pdfs that was provided to the department, they have the server. i don't know what the fbi is going to do with it. >> the wiped server. >> and if they do -- >> the wiped server, is that right? >> i don't know what wiped means. >> really? >> yeah, i know. really? and look, this is the guy who, you know, was responsible for setting up and maintaining the server.
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i don't know what he knows. we don't know what he knows. but he clearly was on the ground floor of this. and the fbi is very curious to know what -- how this server, you know, came to be, right? and -- and what the instructions were and what its purpose was. >> correct. >> and whether somebody was concerned about somebody being able to track the documents on it, even the professional documents. here's my last question. do you believe it is likely, maybe not now, but down the line that tray gowdy gives this guy absolute immunity and then can compel his testimony and we get to hear from mr. pagliano all about the server? >> it may not be trey gowdy. it may be the fbi. but if they really want this story, this may be the only way to do so. this is a -- you know, this is a small fish, megyn. this isn't the guy that the fbi or trey gowdy cares about. they want the facts. and the only way to get the facts from this guy at this point may be to give him
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immunity. >> and if they do that, then they can compel him to testify, correct? >> then he has -- he's protected from the use of that testimony, yes. they can compel him. >> shannen, great to see you. up next, brian kilmeade is here to give us his take on why this woman lied to cops in the middle of a massive manhunt. plus, this guy managed to save his kids from a burning building but we'll show you why his next move is earning him all of the attention. and taylor swift receiving major backlash for a video she shot in africa. think you can guess why? the answer is next with kilmeade. ♪ take a look at these bbq trophies: best cracked pepper sauce... most ribs eaten while calf roping... yep, greatness deserves recognition. you got any trophies, cowboy? ♪ whoomp there it is
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did and actually held up this investigation for five hours, detained 85 federal agents, state and local law enforcement, 11 police dogs stayed in this area trying to find three men, two black and one white came up to her car and asked to get in. when she says she's going to call the police, he says they ran into a corn field. she called 911, says, i swear it happened. and then she broke down and said he's seeking attention from a family who employs her as a nanny. >> she was speaking attention in. >> seeking attention. >> i'm sure she got it. >> 30-year-old wants attention. look at her now. does he look like somebody who needs attention. >> it wasn't like she was late to work. they stopped me. i almost helped solve a crime. sorry i missed little junior's first day at school. >> the cops must have felt the same way. for them to take call of the
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resources. >> they smelled a rat, though. >> took five hours to smell a rat. >> they told her that dna testing was performed on the door. and apparently she made a false police report last year. she's a charmer. okay. >> she's in jail right now on $100,000 bond, a felony and two misdemeanors. taylor swift is accused of racism, why? >> it's obvious. it's way overdue. as i share the screen again with taylor swift, she appears with a guy who doesn't have anything going for him. obviously didn't get any of the good looks. but we're watching the video and i think this is scenic and successful. 19 million views is anindication of that. upon further review, the critics say there's a lack of diversity. this is a flash back to a colonial period in world history in which they say is not a great
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time because white people got rich because of slave labor. however, that's not taylor swift's objective. >> so they're saying she shouldn't have shot the video in africa? >> without using black people. >> here's the problem. taylor swift is not doing a documentary. she's singing a song and she's trying to explain she's being richard burton and audrey hepburn. he's had a lot of women. they're having an affair. i haven't watched the video since cheap trick came out with "surrender." and the only one i understand was madonna's "poppa don't preach." he would turn into a good movie with spike lee. >> nobody accused her of racism. >> critics say the last song she sang which was very successful -- >> "shake it off". >> when it came to twerking,
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they used black people. and i tell you what, i go jens that genre, because i prefer twerking to ballet. >> there it is in the next block. before we get to that, something big happened at the u.s. open where there was apparently a tennis meltdown. the open. >> bethany maddox sands was taking on coco vand way and it turns out coco was not having a good day. she blamed the racket. how do i know? and then the crowd starts to cheer. >> i do the same thing with my arms. come on. >> blame the racket. just so you know, that did nothing for her game. she went on to lose and gets eliminated. why is she on megyn kelly's show tonight np why are reshowing this? >> it's at the open. >> tennis is a great game. it's fantastic. however to make it in tennis you need a temper, you need to show personality. there's one man with a toe
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fungus commercial and it's john mcenroe. >> what about serena williams, she ran at the ref. >> you do not role her championships. but when serena had a meltdown, america roles the tapes. >> in her defense, serena had so many championships. >> that's a good way to rationalize it. >> what about andre agassi? >> he won in the beginning when he had long hair. won it later when he lost his hair and also lost his temper. >> we love the u.s. open. we're actually going next week. >> me and you? >> no. i'm going with my husband. >> you looked at me and said we, i thought it was surprise invitation. it would have been a real surprise. >> pipe down, i know you got to go off to the side and practice the twerking. we're going the talk about a california man's reaction after
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from the world headquarters of fox news, it is "the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> well, it's back to school time. that means more outrageous college courses and professors. and a according to new reporting, you can find plenty of those at washington state university. brian kilmeade has the story on three professor there's who aren't big fans of the first amendment. >> you know what? at least three. for the most part, you have a series of professors in various ethnic studies who are really doing outrageous things. and by the way, in case you're saying my professor is a little
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crazy, i don't gray, what is the big deal? the big deal is they're marking grades, marking them absent when they are there if they don't what they tell them. here is an example. there's one professor who goes by the name of washington state university, whose name eludes me. >> selena lester breaks. there is rebecca fowler and there is streamus. >> he said do not use the term illegal alien, do not use the term male or female. >> male or female? >> yes. and wants other students to defer to nonwhite students. >> she said if you use the term male or female, it is oppressive or hateful language. >> male or female. how dare you differ in gender. this other woman, selena lester breaks is also a walk in the park. she fails kids for a semester in extreme case, takes points away if they don't do whau she says or use any of the oppressive language. or if they use banned words. she gives them a failing grade if they don't do what she says.
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>> how about john? >> he calls his own college washington state university white supremacist university. >> he called one student a white s-bag. >> i was going to say that but there's almost nothing you can say besides white in that description. >> right? >> but just is unbelievable. they want their students to acknowledge racism, classism and sexism as well as heterosexism. so how dare you be hetero. >> i acknowledge the sism. jack assism. we have to move. to washington state university said, well, there is a first amendment but no one is fired or in trouble. >> right. >> let's move on the a happier story, the story of robert wright who rescued his family from a fire and then remembered one other thing. >> there is a theme. if you have an impulse, even at 3:00 in the morning, follow that impulse. robert wright realized he was really hungry at 3:00 in the morning so he fired up the barbecue and started cooking ribs next door in the backyard. >> who hasn't been there? >> me!
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>> he looked to the left and saw a fire of his friends. however, his family without a inside. he thought leave the ribs alone. go get my family. he gets his family out. at which time he realizes, i might as well go back and get the ribs. he goes into the fire, goes back, gets the ribs and proudly displays them for the world to see saying he has the ribs, saved his family and needs a place to say. >> a late night snack and saved somebody's life. amen to that. >> and you have to floss afterwards. >> it's not going to be the same when i wake up in the middle of the night and have a little quest bar. not the same at all. we'll be right back.
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i got my kids. first thing i got my kids. and i thought about my ribs. i didn't want to let my ribs burn and stuff. utake pride many what i do. >> amen. robert wright is going to have a great labor day. i hope you do too. see you tuesday. i'm megyn kelly. this is "the kelly file." welcome to "hannity." donald trump officially ruled out a third party run for president today. i'm tucker carlson in tonight for sean. earlier the billionaire businessman signed the rnc loyalty pledge, meaning if he doesn't win the republican nomination, he claims he will not run as an independent. we've got some highlights from mr. trump's press conference today. take a look. >> the chairman just left as you probably know. and he's been extremely fair. the rnc has been absolutely terrific over the last two-month period. and as you know, that's what i've wanted. i've wanted fairness.

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