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i'm not giving you the number to it. >> senator, thanks for your time. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for "special report," fair, balanced and unafraid. greta goes "on the record" right now. kentucky county clerk kim davis is out, out of jail that is. federal judge ordering her cell door open, setting her free. this after davis spent five days behind bars refusing to provide marriage licenses to same sex couple 's. davis was greeted by a crowd of singing and cheering supporters even breaking down in tears. [cheers and applause] >> i love you all so very much. [cheers and applause]
>> i just want to give god the glory. we serve a living god [inaudible] >> yeah. >> keep on pressing. don't back down because he is here. you love you guys. thank you so much. [cheers and applause] well, her lockup was supported by many people. two g.o.p. candidates senator ted cruz and mike huckabee were there to greet her when she stepped out of jail. both have been very vocal in their support for davis. what have the candidates said and how will it effects their white house race in the "on the record" political panel is here from the hill a.b. stoddard and chief political correspondent byron york. byron, a number of g.o.p. candidates support her. and think she did the right
thing but governor huckabee and senator ted cruz went. does that help them. >> governor huckabee has really been the leader in that he and senator cruz are kind of going after the same part of the evangelical vote, especially iowa and south carolina. but the other candidates have been with her in degrees. you think everybody is with with her on the question of gay marriage. i think everybody is with her feels she should not have been jailed. where people begin to peel off is there is a question of the court order involved. she is the authority to grant licenses in this county, and somebody in this county has to grant licenses on behalf of the county to couples who want them. that's where the candidates are getting off in some cases. >> a.b., does it help to show up or does it look like grandstanding? both of them are vying to get these votes. >> they are. and they both hustled over there byron is right that governor huckabee did
actually, i think, have a stronger role in organizing this rally, which has happened to serendipitously be the day she was released. it was unexpected. it was not a rally about her release. it was planned whether she was in there or not. but he certainly muffled must said paths the senator and making sure he was up on the stage and offering to go to jail in her place. we all had a good chuckle about: behind senator cruz in the polls and he wanted to stake a claim and get some territory with evangelical voters as a way to raise profile. and we will see if it helps him. >> do you think, byron that kim davis wants to go back to jail? >> i don't know -- >> because there was some sort of part about at the end i wasn't sure whether or not she said she never wanted to go back and she wanted to figure out some sort of resolution. >> i can't say what she heart of hearts of the. they have worked out improvised accommodation to allow the employees in the
offices to issue licenses without disblrks i thought she opposed that. >> without her participation. maybe that's unreasonable opposition on her part. they seemed to have tried to work out something that would still allow her to keep some distance from this issue. >> all right. well with, we still -- we have to hear from her. still much more on this. byron and a.b. if you will just stick around. why did the federal judge release kim davis after five days behind bars? shannon bream joins us. all right, people say he released her. he sort of lost the authority to hold her. >> this is interesting. because we got an order from his chambers yesterday on labor day that think she might be getting out today. i want everybody who he is a plaintiff to this case to let me know by 10:00 a.m. today whether or not the plaintiffs have been able to get their licenses. so today. >> meaning the gay couple? >> straight couples too. because she wouldn't issue any marriage licenses. in his order this morning said listen, everybody has told me they have been able to get licenses so got to let her go. >> this is akin to when somebody won't testify in front of a grand jury and
the judge puts the person in jail until they agree. problem goes away you agree to testify or in this case the marriage licenses were granted the problem goes away for the moment. >> for the moment. because what said in his order as well is if she tries to interfere in any way with her deputies and five of the six have said they will work on issuing these licenses and they have been doing it if she interfehrs with that in any way that he could possibly put her back in jail. >> was there any under occasion what her lawyer said today to suggest that she was going -- that she would fail to cooperate with the judge's order? >> i got the feel that's highly possible. >> that's what i thought, too. >> i think it's highly possible because what they have been doing instead of putting a clerk's name on the licenses while she is in jail. they have been putting the name of rowan county instead of her name. pressed several times today her lawyer whether that was going to be okay or not. kept saying she went go back to work and violate her conscious. she is not going to resign. probably back to the office by thursday. >> suns you are a resident lawyer. governor mike huckabee said he would like to go to jail for her if she has to go
again. >> not going to happen. >> it's not going to happen. certainly not dull at all. >> great talking point. >> great talking point indeed it is. shannon, thank you very much. >> you got it. >> and former pennsylvania senator and 2016 presidential candidate supports kim davis said she should not have gone to jail and commends her for standing up for her beliefs, even calling her heroic. senator rick santorum goes "on the record." good evening, sir. >> good evening, greta. >> should she have gone to jail? >> no. you know, the mayor of san francisco violated the law several years ago in issuing marriage certificates. he didn't go to jail. have you had county clerks refusing to issue gun permits. they don't go to jail. >> so, wait, where do we draw the line? tonight, when i drive home and a if i speed, should i have to pay a speeding ticket? i mean, at what point do we -- when is is the law the law? >> as i have said many times, we need to have accommodations here for people of faith.
there are laws in place right now called religious freedom restoration act. do they cover this specific situation? no, they don't. that's why i called for, as soon as this law passed, for the president to issue an executive order that lines up with something called the first amendment defense act, which allows for governmental officials who have conscience issues with this to be able to have some ability to. >> so she should step aside and let a deputy do this one. that would work? >> there should be some accommodation made for people of faith. this is a very serious religious matter. this is not just something on the verge. it's the equivalent of saying to a doctor you have to perform an abortion. there is roe vs. wade and people have the right on that decision to have an abortion. but we don't force doctors to perform abortions. here we are in a situation, because this is a governmental -- a governmental function, we're going to be forcing people to violate their very deeply held religious beliefs. this is not just a small
matter when it comes to tuckly the christian faith. the muslim faith, and others. this is a major matter. and it should be accommodated. >> well, you know what is so frustrating about this, i mean as we look at all the people out there and people have been very passionate on both sides. this is an easy fix. i mean, it is -- if she could just -- she sort of steps aside for those who violate her religious conviction and give it to a deputy. then she doesn't go to jail. she doesn't have to sign it. and comply with the law the gay couple can get married. that's a right? any problem with that? >> this is a short-term issue and long-term issue. the short-term issue is we need to find accommodation. i would agree that we need to pass a law. first amendment defense act is introducing congress, the president could do it by executive order if he wanted to it just applies to federal employees. we should pass that every state should pass a similar piece of legislation to deal with their state employees. then you can deal with this situation.
there is the broader issue which is more fundamental and you are a lawyer, you know this. which is if the supreme court acts unconstitutionally, what is the recourse for the rest of america? and i believe, and so did justice roberts, justice scalia and others. the supreme court went beyond its constitutional authority in establishing this right to same sex marriage. is it -- are we just stuck with it and we have no alternative or do checks and balances mean something? >> i don't know. my thought is if we are going to have laws, we are going to have laws. right now she should have followed the law. that's the first thing. i realize that there should be sort of an accommodation. we don't have that route now. same thing you shouldn't have a server in your basement. if you are not supposed to have a server in your basement. if you can't be here legally you in the country don't be here legally in the country. we have a lot of choose and pick laws right now. >> the supreme court just asserted themselves in this and forced themselves on many states, including kentucky. >> so accommodate it. >> well, exactly. you can't say well it's the
same thing as hillary clinton. those laws have been there for a long, long time and she knew full well what she was doing. >> there could have been a quick accommodation for this, too. >> on that i agree. >> we don't have to push it into this. a quick accommodation. >> there wasn't by the court. there wasn't by the governor. the president could have dealt with this. no one dealt with this. that's why -- by the way, i don't see anybody in the federal level -- not going to provide any accommodations. this isn't going to be the only time we run into this situation. >> i think a lot of people like problems and don't want them fixed because this could be fixed she could have a religious conviction and the law could be followed no one wants to make it easy. anyway, i'm taking the last word on that. his son just got a driver's permit today. look out. >> look out on twitter i put his picture on. >> i saw it on twitter. thank you, senator. >> you bet. >> things got worse for former secretary of state hillary clinton. a new review confirming new emails on private server one she kept in her house
contains top secret information. she claims she never received anything classified. catherine herridge is here. what's the big finding today? >> okay. so the cia and the nga, the agency that is in charge of this spy satellite, they reviewed the intelligence in two emails. they reviewed it because they own that intelligence and only they can have the final say on whether it was classified. they have found it was top secret sci. so this is the most highly classified information that we have within the intelligence community. this really further undercuts mrs. clinton's position it wasn't marked classified it was classified later. remains classified about to this day. >> is it against the law to have classified information on your server at home? >> yes. because it's not a secure facility. >> all right. picking and choosing on this one. >> i don't think anyone is picking and choosing. the intelligence community
has been very consistent in its position. but there was classified information on that server and that the information was classified from the outset. not upgraded later. >> i think i was being a little car sass stick. i -- sarcastic. there is a new email czar. >> someone who recently retired from the state department and based on the fec filings, donated $2,700 to the clinton campaign. >> in june? >> in june, that's right. >> what's her new job? >> she is going to be the email czar. she is -- i don't even know how to use that term or really explain it basically another person is being added into the chain with the idea that it's going to smooth the process for dozens of lawsuits. >> is she going to have anything to do with the clinton email server or is it all perspective from this day forward? >> that's a great question. it is not clear. it was not clear at the briefing today except she is going to have a staff at the
state department and a the idea she is going to streamline the process. >> was it a process to answer questions on the clinton email in the reason i'm asking because of all people to choose on the clinton email, please don't choose someone who has given to the clinton campaign. we have another big fight on our hand. >> we followed one that i think this even took the statement department by surprire two janice jacobs who recently retired from the state department, but that seems very unlikely. >> oh, brother. anyway, catherine, thank you. >> you are welcome. >> just one day after refusing to apologize for using that private email server while serving as secretary of state, hillary clinton is now changing her tune. she just sat down for an interview with abc news. >> i should have used two accounts. one for personal, one for work-related emails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that i take responsibility. and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. >> did you make a mistake? >> i did. i did. as i said, it was allowed and there was no hiding it. it was totally above board. everybody in the government
i communicated with, and that was a lot of people, knew i was using a personal email. but i'm sorry that it has raised all of these questions. do i responsibility for having made what is clearly not the best decision. >> the "on the record" political panel is back. a.b., secretary clinton has now apologized. she got pushed on it friday by andrea mitchell of nbc. there was a lot of effort by the media to get her to apologize. she has now said the golden words. >> i don't know what that means as the senator pointed out, you are a lawyer and you have a background in this in the choice of words and how people use them to protect themselves legally, greta. she always says she thinks it was a mistake to use two email never talked about the server. the server is no secretary of state has ever had. when you are trying, quote,
unquote, to be as transparent as possible. do you not have your own private server which is not classified for information. now we know top secret is also included. do not delete more emails than you hand over to the state department. every time she says this was a mistake, she is not talking about taking government records and destroying them from a private server. she is talking about using a private account. >> which is tad bit of the definition of is. which is when you are hair splitting. that's a problem. >> look, i think this i'm sorry thing, these are not magic words in this case. it's not going to change anything. as far as the congressional investigation is concerned. there are congressional investigators who believe she withheld information from congress for two years which when she was secretary of state and afterwards. it doesn't annie of the whole server questions. there was this big story in the "new york times" about she is kind of having a re-set in her campaign. and they believe she should have answered these
questions earlier. she still hasn't addressed these questions. giving nonanswers earlier won't help. >> she is now a little bit in legal hot water, the investigation is going on. she really has to navigate this one rather carefully. we are in a little bit different situation before there were any investigations. >> absolutely, with the fbi involved all different. >> we have a brand new national monmouth university poll that is gassily for secretary clinton. democratic leaning voters 52% to 42% in one month. another scare for secretary clinton. vice president joe biden is now moving up fast and at 22% leaping ahead of vermont senator bernie sanders and the vice president giving a fiery speech in pittsburgh where he was asked if is jumping into the race. >> the us and the major [inaudible] >> no. no you have got to talk to my wife about that. [ laughter ] i have got to talk to my wife about that. >> so joe biden eating away
at her lead. he is not even in the race and his numbers are moving sphblup i think that's because what we saw in the spring in the beginning of the summer. we have a big surge for bernie sanders was a real -- is his appeal to an outside sort of faction of the party. i think the support for joe biden and the run joe run comes from the fact that people are worried that she is going to be a beatable nominee and they need another option. >> i think that's true. they saw bernie sanders boutique candidate who attracted some progressive people in the party was not a viable alternative if hillary clinton, if her candidacy should absolutely just sink. biden is that person. >> nobody has really addressed he is not a democrat. is he a socialist who has caucused with the democrats. why in the world is the democratic party even letting him participate in the democratic debate? he is not ---doesn't hold himself out as a democrat. he doesn't have to pay dues to any democratic. >> that is a very good question, greta. because elizabeth warren didn't run has really
captured many -- much of the support of that wing of the party and they are actually afraid, left ward moving party afraid to isolate. >> okay. take one of the 17 g.o.p. let pataki go debate. he might as well debate in the democratic campaign. >> he is leading in the democratic race. >> he is not a democrat. he is a social u.s. he says i am a social u.s. why is debbie wasserman schultz letting hum participate i am a socialist. >> i just got back from iowa following him around a couple of days. >> these are a mixture of really progressive democrats, labor democrats, students, minorities, very similar to the obama coalition. they really really like what he has to say. >> they like someone who is not even in their own party. >> that is true. >> this can't get much crazier, can it? people just aren't focusing on that part. the democrats are voting for someone who isn't even a democrat. >> i think. >> throwing bernie off the ballot would be a very tough thing for the chairman to do. >> never dull. anyway. a.b., byron, thank you both.
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attack on the u.s. homeland. he know of no nation in history that has agreed to guarantee that the means of its own destruction will be in the hands of another nation, particularly one that is hostile. what president obama is asking the united states congress to do is unique. , historically and dangerously unique. the results could well be catastrophic. house majority leader kevin mccathy goes "on the record." nice to so you, sir. the former vice president says this deal could be catastrophic. >> it can be for many different reasons. in 13 years iran will get a nuclear weapon okayed by america. you know, in 13 years is not that far away. 14 years ago was 9/11. they test icbms, they are intercontinental. that's not to shoot at israel. that's to come after america. >> is every member of the house, republicans and
democrats, does everyone have an opportunity to read the entire bill, number one, has everyone read the entire bill and does everyone have access to any secret or side deals so that this will be a really informed vote? or is this taking whatever command leadership says? >> no. they should have all had the opportunity to read it. what we are doing this week is. this is is the only bill we are taking up. so we are going to have 11 hours of debate. three days. >> will they all be present in the room? i guess i'm trying to figure out how can i be confident on such an important thing that everyone is making an informed decision? >> well, first off, you should ask your member. because everyone should be unformed. i will tell you i just took 36 members to israel in august. we sat down with every different party that in power and that are not in power. one uniting force over there they are all opposed to this deal. when i go throughout the middle east you will find those quietly behind closed doors will tell you this is the worst deal possible. >> what is netanyahu going to do? you met with prime minister netanyahu what does he
intend to do if this gets signed? >> there are a couple different options. very sad part about it is you are going to have billions of dollars to iran who during the sanctions didn't have much money. now they are getting a bigger bailout than probably greece. what are they going to do with that money? they are going to fund terrorists around the world that's going to make the world less safe. so, israel is going to have to protect themselves. >> is this a done deal? when you look at the numbers. the senate can't block, this senator cantwell just signed on to it as well, democratic senator. is this a done deal. >> i don't believe it's a done deal. we should have the debate. have the american people listen to it think of this, you had 98 members of the senate vote for the corker bill to debate this to have the review. so, they should not hold up the debate in the process. the president is not agreeing to a treaty because he couldn't get two thirds of the constitution inside the senate. he is he not even agreeing to the majority to pass this. he is trying to hold on to a simple majority of the minority of one party to uphold a veto. that's the wrong way to make
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inflex of in germany tomorrow. it will be interesting to see what these camps will look like tomorrow. >> in terms of these refugee camps that you have been. do you have any idea the numbers and who is feeding these people? what's the condition? >> >> so the hungarian government is doing very little to help the refugees. most of the volunteers that are in these makeshift refugee camps are people off the street bing bringing food from their homes. clothes from their homes. there is migration aid that's leading the aid efforto support. or anything from the government really. and they say they have no connection to the government. they said we really shouldn't have to ask the government to help. they should be helping on their own. there there is very little help from the politicians in hungary. >> if they won't help how did they get into that nation? >> they have open border policy. this get into hungary that doesn't mean they will help feed them or house them. they will register them. most of the people i have
talked to from syriaened a hungary and these camps say we want to get out of here as soon as we can and go to germany. no one really wants to be here. >> i imagine health concerns? are there health concerns in these camps? there often are. >> yes. especially with unaccompanied minors. so children who make the journey from, you know, wherever they are at in the middle east alone to hungary and they are about a couple of hundred in the orphanages here in hungary that have been taken. in because these orphanages don't have the capacity to handle them, they are getting one meal a day. they are not getting medical services they need. there are no translater for them. i think the population most at risk are these children. >> erin, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> now, many of those refugees fleeing fleeing from regions taken over from brutal isis militants. john bolton says the refugee problem can be traced back to the failure of american leaders to destroy isis. ambassador bolton, american enterprise institute senior fellow joins us.
ambassador, why? >> well, what is the cause of these refugee flows? it began with the civil war in syria, which we have not addressed adequately these last five years. and now exacerbated by isis setting up a caliphate and committing arguably religious genocide against christians, other muslim sects. the question is if you want to stop refugee flows, you have to address the cause. the cause is isis and for the last year and a half although our declared objective is to degrade and ultimately destroy isis, we have done next to nothing to accomplish that. >> where does iran and president assad of syria play into this? >> well, they are responsible for the conflict as it has been carried out over the last four years. there are a lot of responsible people. let's be clear. and this may sound harsh, the refugees don't have a right to be in hungary or austria or anywhere else. they can't say i think i will live in aspen. >> no, i have been in the refugee camps and i have been in the refugee camp in
iraq. these people are really desperate. >> the obligation. >> they are stateless and they're hungry. >> he this are not stateless. >> stateless if they towns are bombed out in syria. >> not first time it has happened. it's been refugee for you believers in international how to handle. this the responsibility falls on the country of first asylum. in this case we are looking at turkey which was providing camp. it's the responsibility of the rest of us to give assistance to turkey through the u.n. high commissioner for refugees. >> let's go back to the beginning. you are saying refugees once you have refugees. you say look at the root cause. we have let isis it's a fertile breeding ground for isis in syria and iraq. >> that's right. if isis weren't setting up a caliphate and persecuting those it disagrees with, the refugee problem would be more containable. but let's also be clear. refugee doctrine, since world war ii is that the first preference is
reoperatation of the refer gees. resettlement elsewhere is the second solution. what's happened is because of germany's agreement to take 800,000 refugees, 1% of germany's population, it's like a soda straw pulling these people out of the refugee camps in turkey, which turkey is facilitating by getting them into the -- >> that's sort of at the end of the line. at the beginning of the line is these people left because they have got a situation where iran and assad and isis have made the conditions unbearable. i you mean, absolutely unbearable. >> that's exactly right. >> and certainly -- look, if we are going to be the exceptional nation, maybe we ought to show some sort of leadership. we isn't a solve this ourselves. we probably could have had more leadership in this. >> it's a question of peace and security in the region. it's obviously not for the united states alone. turkey, united states, saudi egypt and others, we could do something about this along with the kurds. we have done nothing. let's be clear, we have turned our ice away from syria and iraq or what used
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see your lexus dealer. a pricey payout for the city of baltimore. the city reaching 6.4-million-dollar wrongful death settlement with the family of freddie gray. the 25-year-old african-american man died suffering a spinal cord injury. his death sparked massive riots. six officers are awaiting trial. ted williams is here. 6.4 million. >> well, greta, i think it's a win-win for all concerned. it's a large sum of money. but you must realize that when we are talking about conscience pain and suffering and freddie gray did live a while, that this may be the best thing for
the city and the citizens of baltimore. >> you think that's what most people don't realize if you die instantly it's worth less than if you linger and he was in the hospital in a spinal cord injury in a coma for about a week. another thing, too. the state had -- the state of baltimore, the city of baltimore had had a wrongful death action 2010 with someone named dawnedy johnson sr. he was in the custody of the police, transported by officers and he died in custody. it went to a jury 7.4 million. it's more than. this i assume that the city wanted to avoid getting a bigger judgment with a jury trial. >> absolutely. this case has gone a to nationwide coverage. as a result of that, they wanted to certainly minimize their damages in this case. but, greta, the problem i you have, i said that this was a civil case all along. something happened to freddie gray in the hands of police officers. but, was it criminal?
my position all along has been it was not criminal. you have got six individuals who had are being tried criminally. and i have -- i want to go "on the record" because we on the record because it's my belief they will be found not guilty all six of them. i am saying that. now it's in a peculiar posture the state lost a motion last week and the suction police officers won't be tried in one case which is what the prosecutor wanted. not one trial unstead suction separate trials. the prosecutor has a much tougher hurdle. >> it's a tremendous hurdle. you have got to show beyond a reasonable doubt what each one of those officers did. now that they are being tried individually, the evident you have to show what officer 1 through 6 did vis-a-vis the evidence and that's going the difficulty in this case. >> if prosecutor mosby had from the very beginning taken a more professional view instead of that statement in the beginning where she appeared to take
sides. i you think it's a -- not appear but did take sides. this case would probably not have all, you know, all the trouble it's having now. >> no. it would not. we have the eric guard are in case where they got over $5 million in a resolution. >> in new york. >> in new york. but the bottom line is, the way ms. mosby came out in the manner in which she has acted as a rock star in this has created a lot of problems that was unnecessary in this case. >> all right. ted, thank you. always nice to he see you. >> my pleasure. >> tonight, police across the nation, on high alert after a threat. it's caught on tape. now, we have it so you are going to harr it that's next. before earning 1% cash back everywhere, every time and 2% back at the grocery store. even before he got 3% back on gas. kenny used his bankamericard cash rewards credit card to join the wednesday night league.
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florida county sheriff's deposit i pulled over a driver. attacking the deputy. punching him and beating him. good samaritans jump into action to hold down the suspect suspect. cory johnson, until other deputies arrived to help. one of those brave citizens, george cooper joins me. george, nice to see you. what did do. >> i'm fine. >> why did you help out? >> why did you help out? >> yeah. >> as an american citizen, everybody should help out. it don't matter what color you are, how are. an officer is an officer. a civil servant of and our county. and if you see something happening, i feel it's my obligation and i seen him getting beat up. it's my obligation to stop anyone from doing it. >> were you you afraid or did you have any sort of thought that maybe he was armed, the person was beating the cop?
>> well, from what i can see officer pulled him over and as soon as the officer walked up to the car, he just stopped beating the officer. the officer didn't have a chance i just took a chance to help him. hey, i wasn't going to let the man kill him. i would rather take a chance and chase him or whatever instead of let him beat the officer up. >> what did the officer say to you afterwards. >> he said thank you very much. >> who were the other two guys? >> the way i say it you a black man, a spanish man and a white man. one was retired police and one was just a guy just like i were. >> you three weren't together. all of a sudden did three good samaritans see a cop
and you jump in to protect him? >> yes, ma'am. >> did the guy -- go ahead. >> you know, the way i feel is, if you see something happening, i don't care if you are a police officer, it can be a regular citizen. an officer is an officer. he get paid to protect us and if i see something going on and is getting hurt, it's my job to protect him. i try. >> you know, george cooper you are a very good man. you are a very good guy. >> thank you. >> anyway, thank you very much for joining us. and what a good job. thank you. >> yes, ma'am. >> >> this is a fox news alert. right now 100-acre fire burning through southern california. firefighters now battling the blaze. evacuating a home school and christian camp. two larger fires turning
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>> and then there is this pic. my last pic withon claude taken with heal our patriots over the fourth of july. with that smile i just had no idea that would be my goodbye. and that's my off-the-record comment tonight. thank you for being with us. we will see you again tomorrow night right here at 7:00 p.m. eastern. former new york city police commissioner ray kelly will be here to go "on the record." day not want to miss it. also follow me on twitter at the handle @greta. my facebook page. there is so much going on on my facebook page. go to my facebook page and like the page. of course gretawire that's my old stand by favorite. i you just posted an email. some guy wrote me a pretty nasty email during the show i posted it. why not. you thought it would be sort of fun. the o'reilly factor is up next. don't forget to watch g.o.p. presidential candidate mike huckabee he is on with sean tonight 10:00 p.m. on the fox news channel. good night from washington, d.c. see you tomorrow night. of course, see you on twitter, facebook,
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