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electronic medical records. that's it for today. have a great week, and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." joi. happy labor day, everybody. i'll see you on tuesday on fox business network. >> on the buzz beater this sunday, another media frenzy at trump tower as the donald takes a pledge he won't mount a third-party campaign. sounds off from tom brady to kanye west and of course -- >> as far as jeb is concerned. i watched him this morning on television. it's a little bit sad. don't forget he was supposed to win. he just doesn't have the energy. >> but is the press digging into the charges and countercharges between trump and bush and hugh hewitt questioning trump on foreign policy. were those gotcha questions?
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carly fiorina pressured cnn so she can join her prime time debate. >> that suggests that cnn was targeting you and didn't want you on that stage. >> it's hard to walk away from a conclusion that somehow i was being disadvantaged. that's how a lot of people felt. >> my sit-down with the gop's only female candidate on the media, hillary, trump and sexist coverage. hillary clinton trying to contain the e-mail debacle breaks her media silence on msnbc. >> are you sorry? do you want to apologize to the american people for the choice you made? >> it wasn't the best choice. i have said that. i'll continue to say that. >> what did we learn from her interview with andrea mitchell. tom brady beats the nfl. why we won't let go of deflategate and the nasty debates in the '60s.
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>> freedom breeds inequality. i'll say it a third time. >> twice is enough. >> always to the right and almost always in the wrong. >> did that begin the era of toxic television? i'm howard kurtz and this is "media buzz." the media mob filled the lobby of trump tower. cable news channels on high alert because. it became a very familiar sight. the trump show. >> and frankly i felt that the absolute best way to win and to beat the democrats and very easily i think beat the democrats no matter who it may be whether it's hillary or anybody else and i think maybe hillary is going to have a very
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hard time frankly with what's happening getting to the starting gate. >> joining us now, chief congressional correspondent for "the washington examiner." and matt lewis and we also have a fox news contributor. why would the media treat what would be this as a great breaking news story. >> this isn't just declaration. this is donald trump. someone who did not say right off the bat whether he would become a third-party candidate and if he were to make that decision with his numbers in the polls right now, it would mean certain victory for the democrats. it's a very consequential announcement. >> does that mean that the leadoff question at the fox debate, if you won't run third party, was kind of relevant. >> it was a great first question. normally i hate those raise your
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hand questions. it was a great first question. less than a month later we have this reversal. >> this event at trump tower seemed to quiet some of trump's critics in the media who are now saying the previous unthinkable. hey, he might win the nomination. >> right now he's doing pretty great in the polls. he's winning by curvature of the earth in some polls. i think that one of the interesting things about that event although it was classic trump from start to finish, everything was best and biggest and his opponents are low energy meaning they are smaller in every way than he is. was that he sounded more responsible and restrained and mature. a little polished. he refused to answer a question about the topless women in times square, not appropriate he said. >> not appropriate? >> when have you ever heard donald trump say something was not appropriate? then asked about the question about the woman in kentucky not giving marriage licenses. i don't know enough about that. when has he ever said that?
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>> i have seen trump dial it down a little bit. >> on immigration. >> and in some of these interviews as well but the interview that has the media abuzz is the one he did with hugh hewitt. and then there was this. >> on the front of islamist terrorists, i'm looking for the next commander in chief to know who these guys are. do you know the players without a scorecard? >> i'll tell you honestly, by the time we get to office they'll all be changed and all gone. >> i don't believe in gotcha questions. i'm not trying to quiz you on who the worst guy in the world is. >> that's a gotcha question when you ask about who is running this and this. that's not -- i will be so good at the military your head will spin. >> trump went on twitter to accuse hugh hewitt to be a third
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rate announcer. is that exchange important or is it important only to media types? >> that's the number one question here, howard. do the public care about how he answers these questions? is he a hustler or is he a big picture genius? i think after this hewitt interview when you look at comments from people and hear reaction from the public, you don't hear a lot of people abandoning support of trump over this interview. a lot say that trump is right. hugh hewitt did fire off gotcha questions. we are saying where is depth and understanding of foreign policy that we need. >> this is a hugh hewitt primary. he's elevated during the cycle. >> he'll join questioning at the cnn debate later this month. >> trump has been on half a dozen times and candidates are doing hugh hewitt primary. that's what he does. he asks questions about that. not knowing that, is an indictment on a person who wants to be president of the united
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states. >> the public says hey, once you're in office, you put people in place and get to know who these people are. that seems to be reaction. >> he watches the show. that's where he gets his foreign policy. >> anything that -- all of the criteria we would apply to other candidates that would hurt them like a sarah palin or somebody else not knowing who the leader of a certain country is doesn't work for donald trump. look at what he's done. he insulted m eed megyn kelly, mccain and hispanic and he keeps going up. the facts he doesn't know the names of terrorist leaders, why would that affect him and to his defense in one tiny way during the interview he kept on saying you mean kurds? >> the confusion with kurds doesn't make sense. i think there's an interesting debate here and that's what is the purpose of center right media conservative when fox news asked donald trump tough questions, megyn kelly came under attack and fox news in some cases came under attack.
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hugh hewitt is doing a similar thing. rather than carry water for donald trump, he's vetting him hoping the republican nominee is someone prepared to take on hillary clinton. i think that's a service. >> it's our job to ask questions but all too often in the last three months journalists have jumped to conclusions. this is going to hurt him. this is going to kill him. he's going to drop now. some people are learning that's not the case. i want to take time to play for you back and forth between donald trump and jeb bush. we'll start with a bush ad against trump and then trump's response and then you see a trump ad against jeb and jeb being interviewed both on the same program, "good morning america." let's take a look. >> partial birth abortion. >> i'm very pro-choice. i'm pro-choice in every respect and as far as it goes. >> who would you like representing the united states in a deal with iran with this regime there? >> i think hillary would do a good job. >> you heard jeb bush say you're not a conservative and more
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democrat than republican. this is all personal. is he drawing blood? >> i think he had really no choice. he's doing poorly in the polls. he's a very energy kind of guy. >> they broke the law. it's not a felony. it's an act of love. >> is that what you think that donald trump is a one-man mission to kill the gop? >> i think donald trump is trying to insult his way to the presidency and it's not going to work. people want an uplifting hopeful message. >> where is the detailed media examination of the immigration questions raised in the trump ad against bush and shifting of positions raised in the bush ad against trump. i'm not seeing it. >> it's lost to the voters who are now primed by this new entertainment medium of television. what could be better than two candidates tossing aside tedious talking points and throwing
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punches at each other. that's come to dominate the election. >> we have fallen down on our responsibility because it's the easiest thing in the world to do is to do the food fight. trump said this and bush punched back. here are ads that are about real issues and changes of position and voters may or may not care and i just think that got lost. >> i think it did. there are really good journalists out there writing things about this primarily writing them but when you talk about what gets this sound bite and what gets the clip shown on tv, it is the food fight. i would say personally that when you compare the two ads that you just showed, the one that donald trump showed was actually intellectually dishonest. he's taking something that jeb bush is talking about and he's conflating that with illegal immigrants who murdered people. the jeb bush ad says that donald trump is a flip-flopper. that's my sort of weighing in. >> voters don't care that donald
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trump took different positions. he said ronald reagan was once a democrat. >> sadly george w. bush did -- >> there's no doubt that donald trump rewrote the laws of politics as it applies to him. he doesn't have to be consistent. jeb bush is trying to take on trump saying he's a closet liberal and flip-flopper. that's not what voters care about. they care that donald trump seems strong and beholden to no one and much of the coverage has and there's the first layer of coverage which is about the food fight. i've seen many fact checking articles about donald trump. the one thing that jeb bush hasn't done and we can't cover it until he does is take on trumpism. not just donald trump and he insults people but trump stands for something. trump stands for nativism. that's a very potent populist
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formula that's worked in the past and if it's not going to be modern republican party, jeb bush needs to stand up on his hind legs and say so. he insults everybody. >> it's not quite like the willie horton ad of 1988 used against michael dukakis. before we take a break, cnn in changing polling criteria letting carly fiorina on the stage as i will talk to her later, getting criticism for caving into pressure and not sticking with its original criteria. is that fair? >> first thought is what about the other candidates? shouldn't criteria apply evenly to everybody if we talk about the first female presidential candidate in the republican field, why do we cut corners for her and not everybody else? >> cnn's old criteria was wrong. i was interviewed for the style section on nickname of the
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donald. first to use it in 1989. it came from his then wife who was spoken broken english. how did carly fiorina get cnn to change the debate rules in her favor? we'll ask her that and more. when we come back, hillary clinton finally grants another tv interview to andrea mitchell as e-mail news turns even worse.
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hillary clinton broke her tv silence about the e-mail mess on friday sitting down with msnbc's andrea mitchell. >> the first words that came to mind when asked about you were liar. untrustworthy. crooked. how does that make you feel? >> it certainly doesn't make me
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feel good. >> why did you wipe the server clean? a lot of people are asking why? why have just a personal system? did anyone in your inner circle say this isn't just a good idea, let's not do this. >> i was not thinking a lot when i got in. >> some skeptics predicted that andrea mitchell who has covered hillary for decades would toss softballs, how did she do? >> when she said how do you feel about that, i would say how do you answer to this? this is a serious question about your trustworthiness. >> don't you think she drilled down in that 10 or 12 minutes about why did you do it, bad advice and all that? >> i thought she did okay. still hillary clinton didn't do herself any favors with that interview in terms of difficulties looking like a likable candidate. >> was this such a high stakes interview precisely because with the exception of univision hillary clinton hasn't done a
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national television interview for two months before that. >> hillary clinton would have been better served if she did more press. the more you do it, the better you get. one thing that jeb bush is doing is out there every day answering questions trying to become a better candidate. it would have helped her. >> it hasn't helped jeb. his poll numbers have gone down. >> it's a good thing to do if you're a candidate and she can just get over some of her defensiveness with the press which is one of the other things that is hurting her. >> did hillary who refused to apologize and sorry about confusion about the e-mail, did anything to change the media narrative on this? >> no. she just reinforced i'm sorry if other people were confused. it's just patronizing and plays into the likability factor. that's one of her big problems. i don't think there will be a smoking gun that comes out of the e-mail scandal but she's been on defense for months now. it's reinforcing her negatives that she is secretive and there's not transparency and i
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think it's kind of the death of a thousand cuts right now. >> hillary has been answering more questions from reporters on the trail compared to say a couple months ago. at the same time, let's say there were five other national television interviews in two or three weeks proceeding this. a lot of questions would have been asked and you wouldn't have this sort of buildup of the pressure that everything has to be shoved into this sit down or journalists are accused of leaving questions unanswered. >> interviews have to yield something for hillary clinton. does she look better or worse afterwards? if she answers the questions the way she did with hillary clinton it won't help her in the long run. it's not that she needs to talk to the press more, she needs to change the way she talks to the press. still having difficulties. a new difficult issue but she hasn't overcome that problem of talking to reporters. >> the one question andrea mitchell should have asked was about the former state department aide, i.t. guy who is pleading the fifth rather than
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talk to congress. thanks very much. don't forget to send me a tweet. we want to hear from you about our subjects and our program. ahead, carly fiorina tells me the coverage of her candidacy has sometimes been sexist. up next, just when you thought the deflategate story was out of air, tom brady gets his suspension overturned and much of the media are not happy about that.
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sony is starting to publicize a will smith movie called "concussion" which gives the appearance of taking on the nfl over head injuries. >> i found a disease that no one has ever seen. repetitive head trauma chokes the brain. >> the nfl does not want to talk to you. you turned on the lights and gave their biggest boogie man a name. >> sony is playing touch football and not tackle based on
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internal e-mails reported by "the new york times." one sony exec writing that will isn't planning to be a spokesman for what football should or shouldn't be. messaging with help of nfl consultant to ensure we're telling a dramatic story and not kicking a hornet's nest. most of the bite was taken out of the film for legal reasons with the nfl. i talked about this with tara holder on her show "sports court." >> it seems like they are practically quaking in their sneakers about the idea that this might particular off the national football league and so let's tone it down. will smith is not anti-football. >> i think it's beyond that. i don't mean to sound argumenti argumentive. this is upsetting to me. >> you? >> not me. i thought this would be something, you know, finally for once. we learned that the nfl or sony actually had a consultant, a
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consultant to deal with the nfl. so it wasn't just e-mails back and forth. >> and with tom brady and deflategate back in the news, we're joined now from montreal. what do these stories, tom brady beating the nfl in federal court, sony softening its concussion movie, tell us about the coverage of pro football. >> let's start with tom brady. we know for a fact that tom brady is the o.j. simpson case of our time. why do i say that? tom brady is not a murderer. >> he didn't kill anybody. >> right. >> at worst he had balls deflated. >> let me finish. the reason i say this is because everybody knows or suspects that he did something wrong. give me a break. he did it. the problem is that the nfl again failed in their investigation just like in the o.j. case they botched it. this was a botched investigation. we know that he allegedly
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deflated the balls and had a role in it. it was a poor prosecution onr p. the media is afraid of roger goodell and the nfl. so that's why this coverage and that's why sony at the very top in the entertainment world won't cover what they do properly because they're afraid. it's the code of america. silence or death. if you don't do what we expect you to do, this is what the nfl says, then we're going to punish you. >> hold on now. unless you're a network with a multibillion dollars in contracts to carry nfl games, why the media afraid of roger goodell, the commissioner and the nfl? >> because everybody is tied to the nfl in one way or another. a major network -- the nfl has given contracts, broadcasting contracts, to every single network because they want to hand it out to everybody just for this reason. if you don't do that, we're going to punish you and we'll give you a bad schedule or we
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may not bring you back to the bargaining table. and you know, if you don't do what we say, we may not give you authorization to use our images in your movies or whatever the reason, the nfl acts like a huge mafia organization and the media is still afraid, still afraid to cover it properly. >> they're not afraid of tom brady and here's a cover of "new york post" with deflated footballs. they are still your balls, tom. i look at the columns. one "new york post" columnist said tom brady proves cheaters do win. why was this such a bitter pill to swallow for the media types who apparently do not like tom brady or the patriots? >> because they wanted -- they didn't want to go after the nfl. to my point, because the media is so afraid of the nfl, in this case they have to report negatively about the nfl and how they lost and how a $3 million
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ted wells report, $3 million report failed in their investigation to properly bring him down and win in federal court. keep in mind, judges like to stay out of these cba union disputes. that's what the agreement says arbitration is what's supposed to happen. they don't want this to end up in court. so they're afraid and now they actually have to go after goodell. >> we'll see if that happens. it's clear that even when tom brady wins, he loses in the eyes of the media. by the way, brady on his facebook page saying i'm sorry the league had to go through this trying to strike a conciliatory note. thank you for joining us from montreal. >> thank you. coming up, carly fiorina on beating cnn on donald trump on hillary clinton and a candid assessment about the media skepticism toward her. and later, james rosen on whether a new documentary is fair to conservative icon bill
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buckley.
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>> perhaps no presidential candidate has surprised the media elite more than carly fiorina who wasn't taken seriously at first but, boy, is that changing. i sat down with her here in washington. carly fiorina, welcome. >> thank you. thanks for having me. >> in the beginning of the media treated you as a curiosity. only woman on the republican side. maybe she's running for vp. now the press taking you seriously as you move up in the polls. on balance, have media been fair to you? >> i think they have. it was understandable in a way the whole media couldn't understand how an outsider could possibly be viewed credibly and now we have three outsiders at the top of the polls. i think the media and the establishment sort of missed how
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sick people really are of the professional political class and what politics has become. all in all, i think the media has treated me fairly. >> you said attention lavished on donald trump was a wake-up call not just for professional political establishment but the media as well who didn't think someone who hadn't done this before could be a credible candidate. >> everyone woke up and realized what polls have been telling us for some time. over 82% of the american people according to a fox news poll think that we now have a professional political class and they put the media in that professional political class that sort of more concerned with preserving status quo than on getting the right work done. >> you took on cnn over its polling criteria for the debate. you did a round of interviews including with me and the network changing its rules this week to allow the use of more recent polls and that almost definitely lands you on the prime time stage in ten days. did you win anything else in taking on cnn? >> i think people just
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manifestly thought it was unfair. i don't think cnn started out intending to be unfair. i think as they explained in previous presidential cycles, there have been a lot more polls between august 6th and september 10th. in this case there weren't very many. >> on that point, your campaign sent an e-mail to supporters saying mainstream media is doing everything they can to keep carly out of the debate because she's hillary's fiercest and most effective critic. that suggests that cnn was targeting you and didn't want you on that stage. >> when you look at the rules and the fact there was only one candidate who was disadvantaged so severely by their original set of rules, when you looked at the situation and saw that there was only one candidate that moved from the bottom seven into the top ten, indeed the top three, it's hard to walk away from a conclusion that somehow i was being disadvantaged. that's how a lot of people felt. there were a lot of people across the country, thousands
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and thousands of people across the country who said this just isn't fair. we want to hear from her. good for them. i really appreciate it. >> they'll hear from carly fiorina. you made a video in 2008 for the mccain campaign in which you talked about hillary clinton. >> i have such great admiration and empathy for hillary clinton. i have great admiration for her because i know what it takes in some small measure to do what she has done. she is obviously incredibly intelligent, focused, tough, determined. >> now you mostly call her a liar. >> well both of those statements are true. she's very hard working. she's very intelligent. i think she is empathetic. very focused. dedicated her life to public service. all of that is true and she's lied. she's lied about benghazi and about her e-mails and her server. i do not think we can permit her to become president of the
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united states. both of those things are true. >> do you think the press coverage of hillary on some of these issues particularly the e-mail debacle has been too soft? >> probably. i think she has broken the law. she clearly has broken the rules at the state department. and there's just no possibility that she wasn't trafficking in classified information. >> there's been a lot of coverage of that. >> it's true. it's true. i think maybe the media gets distracted by other things like donald trump for example. i mean, donald trump has probably gotten ten times the coverage of hillary clinton and yet here we have someone who served as secretary of state who is running for the presidency of the united states who had a server in her basement and had all of this classified sensitive information on a private device. that's a stunning development actually. >> donald trump has 100 times
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the coverage of carly fiorina. immigration. you are not for ending birth rights citizenship, an issue that trump has been pushing and you criticized him for pushing that issue. explain. >> ending birth right citizenship isn't going to happen. it would require one of two things. a constitutional amendment or for the 14th amendment to be challenged in court. neither one of those things is likely to happen. this is classic politics actually. you put some bright shiny object over here and you distract everybody with something that isn't likely to happen in the meantime the border still isn't secured. >> you say on immigration that if you came here illegally you don't get a path to citizenship but maybe a path to legal status. will that position hurt you with some republican voters? >> i don't know. it's possible. i do think that denying someone a pathway to citizenship is the appropriate consequence for coming here illegally and staying here illegally. and many of these people
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actually are working and so we need to give them the opportunity to work assuming, of course, that they're not criminals and that they pay their back taxes, et cetera. >> on your position on birth rights citizenship, author ann coulter says she despises you with the hate of a thousand suns. >> that statement speaks for itself. she wouldn't mind if donald trump performed abortions in the white house as long as he got his immigration plan through. i think that statement speaks for itself as well. >> a restrained answer. is it fundamentally unfair for the media to lavish so much air time on trump? >> well, let me just say this, howard. you and i have been talking now for how long? seven or eight minutes? at least a quarter, maybe a third of your questions have been about donald trump. >> one time you brought him up. >> i think that's more attention than is merited honestly.
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>> let's move on to hewlett packard. you said in many interviews no secret you were fired in a boardroom brawl. there is a debate about your record there. one thing that's no debate about is you left with a package worth about $42 million. does that make you part of the 1% economical elite that may have a problem understanding the problems of ordinary working folks? >> i started out as a secretary. i earned absolutely everything. i didn't inherit anything other than a good work ethic and strong values. shareholders voted on absolutely every aspect of my pay. period. that number you can pull lots of numbers out of the air because it was based on the value of hp stock at that moment. it's gone down and up. i've been clear about our network released two years of complete tax returns. i would just say this. there are people in this race worth more money than i am. hillary clinton being one of
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them. >> can't dispute that based on what we know. in that same 2008 video, you said the following. based on personal experience, bold women and women in power are characterized and scrutinized differently than male counterparts are. has that been true of new this campaign? >> of course. women in positions of authority or influence or power are criticized, scrutinized differently. that's still true unfortunately. that's still true. exhibit a. how often have i been asked the question whether or not i'm running for vice president? my male counterparts in this race are not asked that question. people are still asking that question. i'm qualified to be president of the united states. i'm qualified to win this job. and yet more qualified than many of my male counterparts to be honest. people, some people, keep asking me whether i'm running to be vice president. there's no doubt that women still are characterized
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differently. >> does this attitude tick you off? >> i've grown used to it. it also doesn't stop me. >> carly fiorina, thanks very much. >> thank you. ahead, bill o'reilly takes on jorge ramos over the trump encounter and journalism itself but first the nasty debates that
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william f. buckley was the founder of national review and giant on the back. a new movie recounts how abc as a distant third-place network brought them together during 1968 conventions and they couldn't change each other. a warning that this clip contains a troubling anti-gay slur. >> say that again. i'll say it a third time. >> no, twice was enough. >> he's always to the right and almost always in the wrong. >> i confess that anything complicated confuses him. >> stop calling me a -- >> let's stop calling names. >> you'll stay plastered. >> our own james rosen reviews the film "best of enemies." i spoke with him in studio 1.
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welcome. >> thank you. good to be with you. >> a documentary about televised debates that took place nearly half a century ago. why should we care? >> the theory of the filmmakers is that clash on television of august 1968 prefigured media debates and cable news that we have today. >> that single series of encounters responsible for the snarky polarized television culture as we know it today? >> i called it a theory. >> what's your view? >> the first great instance of this kind of riveting tension where it almost becomes physical and gets out of hand and it was a shocking event in its time. one of the great most memorable moments in tv history but probably had it never occurred, we probably would have cable news we have today anyway i would expect. >> you talk about them being intellectual giants and thinking grand thoughts. you watch them now. they can barely look at one
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another. they got down in the gutter. >> they did. the clip where he was called a nazi and he threatens to sock him in the face and keep him plastered, it's a shame to me this attracts the atetention it does because william buckley, jr., was the greatest debater of the generation and for him to be remembered where he lost his temper due to provocations thrown at him is akin to remembering hank aaron for one particular time at the plate where he struck out. >> he's remembered for being a great conservative thinker. >> but we don't have a definitive buckley documentary. we have this. >> when you interviewed bill buckley 5 years ago, you tried
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to ask him about the gore vidal interview. >> i held up the recent issue of that time where it had a full page ad for absolute vodka with gore vidal's face on it and he said we wouldn't deny an advertiser unless it's obscene. are you raising a question of whether a photograph of vidal is obsce obscene. >> you say among other things -- first of all, you don't pull punches about this was hardly buckley's finest hour. you say that filmmakers tilt it against buckley in favor of gore vidal. >> they probably made a great effort to be fair. they portrayed them as equally haunted by this great event. it was clear just from watching
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the movie that vidal in their minds was more committed to liberty than bill buckley and i think that's a myth. >> just briefly one thing that comes across from the interviews and documentary itself is this wasn't put on for cameras. these guys really despised each other. >> they asked buckley, abc news in 1968, asked if there is anyone he wouldn't go on with. he said gore vidal. i wonder why buckley went through with the program at all. >> thanks very much for joining us. >> great to be with you. >> great buckley imitation. after the break, the pbs anchor scolding. and a confrontation between bill o'reilly and jorge ramos on the line between anchoring and advocacy. oh, look. we have a bunch of...
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gwen ifill, co-achor of the pbs newshour got into trouble this week on twitter. she posted a graphic for supporters of the iran nuclear deal re-tweeted by the state department that revised the time bomb chart by bibi netanyahu saying with the iran's deal italy is less dangerous. ifill saying get that, bibi. to personalize is by saying take that, bibi, is in my book inexcusable for an experienced journalist who is co-anchor of a nighty news program watched by millions of viewers. ifill said she was highlighting the view of her viewers, not her own. and another reminder that
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tweeting can be risky for journalists, especially as a fair-mined program as "the newshour." after jorge ramos disrupted the press conference by shouting questions about trump's immigration plan bill o'reilly got his turn to grill the univision anchor. >> you're an anchor man and how can you possibly cover illegal immigration fairly when you're an activist, when you're a proponent of allowing them amnesty? how can you possibly cover the story? you should excuse yourself from it or recuse yourself from it. >> i'm just a reporter. >> or become like me a commentator. >> i'm just a reporter. >> you're not. >> asking questions. >> you're an activist. >> mr. o'reilly, i don't think you are the right person to lecture me on advocacy and journalism when you spend most of your program -- >> i'm a commentator, that's what i do. >> now i get ramos saying o'reilly is just as opinionated but bill is right. he is in the commentary
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when stephen colbert makes his cbs debut in two days he'll be interviewing jeb bush whose campaign asked people to contribute at least $3 for a chance to win a ticket for a chance to watch him on "the late show." >> the contest is a great idea you go here's the thing. no one from jeb's campaign asked me if it's okay to raise money off my first show. where's my cut of the three bucks, where's this stuff? he embarrassed bush into lowering the fee to $1. you can't buyer this kind of publicity. hugh hewitt ask donald trump
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gotcha questions and rambo said because he doesn't know the answer doesn't mean he asked gotcha questions. donald trump not concerned he didn't know the answers, he'll learn everything face and since huitt lobs softball at nobody and fair question and stick to "fox & friend." since we know the donald trnt a foreign affairs guru we has looking for the lime light for him self-. second an remembers i "media buzz" and i would like to take a moment and thank you for watching and e-mail and tweeting and facebooking and being part of a conversation, even hoe who love taking me on from the left or right or somewhere in the middle. we've been a top rated show in cable news for our sunday morning timeslot by far since we've begun and it's because we're building a community here. thanks for being a part of it. that's it for us this labor day weekend. i'm howard kurtz. check out our facebook page. we post a lot of original content in response to your questions and e-mail me media
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buzz@foxnews.com. we're back next sunday at 11:00 and at 5:00 eastern with the latest buzz. a major shakeup in the race for the democratic presidential nomination. i'm molly line. this is the fox report. we'll have more on the latest polling numbers in a moment. first the growing crisis overseas. a staggering number of people trying to escape violence and poverty by making their way to europe. presidential candidates and lawmakers are weighing in amid calls for the united states to do more to help. this weekend, some 11,000 migrants, mostly from syria arrived by car, bus and train in germany. it's expected that 800,000 could apply for a sialmost.

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