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attack, way back then they didn't tell anybody. she has it. tomorrow. again, thanks for watching us tonight. ms. megyn is next. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember the spin stops here. we're definitely watching out for you. breaking tonight, front runner donald trump suddenly finds himself taking serious political heat from dr. ben carson, the man moving toward the top in some of the latest polls. welcome to the kelly file, earn. i'm megyn kelly. with just one week to go to the next big gop debate, things are getting tense at the top of the field. until now donald trump and ben carson have mostly treated each other with kit gloves but that appears to have changed. carson has gone directly after trump's immigration planning with asking how we can deport 11 million immigrants and trump firing back that carson just
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doesn't understand. later today the doctor got personal in brief remarks that went after trump on his faith and his humility. watch. >> c. carson, you and donald trump have -- [ inaudible ] . what are the main characteristics that differentiate you. >> i realize where my successes come from and i don't in any way deny my faith in god. and i think that probably is a big difference. >> do you stand on that? you don't believe his faith is sincere when she's made comments about it? >> i haven't heard it. i haven't seen it. you know, one of my favorite bible versus, proverbs 22:4.
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it says by humility and the fear of the lord our riches and honor and life. and that's a very big part ofo . humility and the fear of the lord. i don't get that impression with him. >> joining me now, senior political analyst brit hume. what do you make of carson's line of attack, if you will? >> well, looking at it from a purely political perspective, this is the kind of thing you might stay say about a candidate where you're in a tight race with in iowa where the evangelical christians are an important part of the electorate. it's a bit out of character for carson to go after another candidate on such a personal basis. one will probably not have to wait very long for trump who responds to almost everything,
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and sometimes to almost nothing -- >> funny you should mention that. because look what just got posted to donald trump's twitter account. i'm ahead of the field with evangelicalance so proud of this. and ben carson just took a swipe at me. that's what we have so far as of 8:42 p.m. he like to stay up late and tweet. >> one suspects more will be forthcoming, and soon. >> is it an effective line of attack for carson. i don't know if he's attacking for the sake of ataking or saying what he fields. >> i suspect he's offended. i don't think there's any doubt that ben carson is a serious christian and he's offended by donald trump's remarkable brag do sha. the reporter asked the question and it was answered.
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whether it was planned in advance, we'll never know. the problem with an attack like that, while it may be telling to some extent on trump and will remind people what may not be his most attractive quality, it may make ben carson look like the person we didn't knew. running on his own record and life story and being. we'll see how that plays out. sometimes you can mount an attack on another candidate and it will hurt the other candidate but you won't get the benefit. it will go to somebody else because you don't look hot doing it. >> you can hurt yourself in response. >> exactly. >> donald trump has already, i don't know, out there, not necessarily being a, you know, a devout student of the bible. and it didn't hurt him. the evangelicals don't vote just
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based on the bible and their belief in god. they vote on policy. do you think that this is going to bother them given that they weren't that bothered before? >> i don't know, megyn. it is somewhat surprising that trump has done so well so far, at least in the polls with the evangelical voters. how many will turn out on a cold night in iowa next year to vote with him after all of the water is under the bridge remains to be seen. but i think it's a good question. it's just impossible to say at this stage. and we'll just have to see how it plays out. >> "rolling stone" magazine followed trump around for ten days and already there are some headlines in there for something trump said about carly fiorina who is going to be on this program next. and this is the quote. as he's watching her apparently on the television they write, his expression sours in
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schoolboy disgust. look at that face. would anyone vote for that. can you imagine that, the face of our next president? i mean she's a woman and i'm not supposed to say bad things but really, folks, come on. are we serious? what do you make of this? >> is this the behavior of a strong and confident man, a man prepared to be the leader of the free world or is this schoolboy stuff. the kind of boarish sexist taunt that you would expect from somebody who is just simply not grown up. i think a lot of people will ask that question as this quote becomes widely circulated as it will be. >> good to see you. front and center on capitol hill, hundreds attending a rally denouncing the nuclear deal. a significant number of democrats are backing the white house but tonight republicans in congress say they have a plan to block iran from receiving
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billions of dollars in sanctions relief as part of the deal. critics say iran will use the money to sponsor terror around the world. >> this iranian nuclear deal is catastrophic. if you vote to send billions of dollars to jihadists who have pledged to murder american, then you bear direct responsibility to the murders carried out with the dollars you have given them. you cannot wash your hands of that blood. never ever ever in my life have i seen any transaction so incompetently negotiated as our deal with iran. we will have so much winning if i get elected that you might get bored with winning. believe me. >> also speaking today, retired staff sergeant robert part let, a veteran of the iraq war
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featured in an ad campaign. thank you for being with us tonight. and your injuries, you say the bomb, the ied that hurt you blew off the head of your comrade. and that, you believe, was the fault of iran. you strongly object to this deal. >> absolutely. you know, this efp, it's called an efp. these bombs are coming directly from iran. they're still killing or americans over in afghanistan, they've killed british soldiers, jordan soldiers. that's our reality, who we're chasing and giving $150 billion to. >> you volunteered to fight knowing you would be sent to iraq. your family has been defending this country for a century.
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>> valley forge. >> as you understand tonight that we've struck this deal an appear prepared to give billions of dollars of sanctions relief to iran which has killed american soldiers, and the ex a explanations of your leaders that it will prevent iran from getting a nuclear weapon, how does it set with you? >> how does giving $150 billion to a terrorist regime going to stop them from buying a nuclear weapon when they can buy it from russia? it doesn't make any sense. it's not logical thought. they want to kill us, they're going to kill us. they're preaching it in their streets and they're going to continue. we don't do that here. we live in this nation under one flag, multireligions, multicolor, we do it together and we survive together and we fight together. these people want to kill everybody, including, you know, the homosexuals. you know, they're right on their top list.
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>> we don't have to take your word for it or anybody's word for it. we can look at directly what the ayatollah said tonight, as he was walking on an israeli flag, said for the next 25 years god willing there will be nothing as zionist regime. until then the moral will leave no moment of serenity to the zionists. this is the person we're turning over all of this money to. >> exactly my point. america needs to take a look at my face and say, you know what, i don't need any more of my countrymen to look like staff sergeant robert part let. i don't need me more dead soldiers who don't get to walk his daughter down the aisle because he gave his life for his country. let's put our feet in the shoes of those sitting in a prison cell that are americans right
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now. okay? why isn't every media outlet just outraged at this administration and saying something when one of our media people, freedom of speech is sitting in tehran prison right now. why aren't we thinking about that and bringing that up. i swore to fight for them and i'm still fight for them now. i haven't forgotten you. i'm here. america backs you. don't give up. you're in a prison cell, a fr z prisoner of war. we're praying for you. >> your courage and your beauty shine through those scars. thank you for being here tonight. >> thank you, megyn. well we also have ugly new fallout on the release of kim davis as critics go after the clerk, her faith and the politicians supporting her. governor mike huckabee and carly fiorina are here next. donald trump just made life for uncomfortable for the folks
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new fallout aimed at kim davis. the country clerk in kentucky locked up last week after refusing to issue marriage license to same-sex couples. yesterday she was released to a cheering rally led by governor mike huckabee. within hours, the critics started to hit huckabee, kim davis and those who support her. >> i'm sort of offended by the fact that she's being called a rosa parks of the religious freedom movement. what she is doing or was doing was discriminating against other people. >> you didn't kis count that there was political grand standing going on. >> it's a george wallace moment. >> some people are better explaining these moments than others. >> all of those people holding
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crosses saying she's a super christian, she's not. >> got pregnant with twins out of wedlock, both the man and the woman must die. >> like mike huckabee said, sign me. i'll go kill her and whatever toothless redneck. who is the cheepy giant farmer behind them. what does that do? >> joining nenow, two of the 2016 candidates for president, carly fiorina and governor mike huckabee who we turn to next. governor, your reaction to the creepy big farmer, her husband, and yesterday somebody on the view called kim davis a monster. >> it's really unfortunate. this is a humble gracious lady and her husband is a great guy. the people from kentucky that i met with yesterday, they're the salt of the earth. and i would much rather be around them than i had these elitist snobs who look down their nose at everyone who is
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not like them. thank god kim and her husband aren't like those people with judgmental hateful attitudes of people they don't know and don't understand. this is the world we're living in. if a person has the convictions of kim davis, christian convictions, bib la call convictions, they're considered to be ignorant, backwoods. well i'm more happy to stand with kim and her husband than i am any of those snobs who look down their nose at them or me. let it be. >> carly fiorina is coming up after you. she's said, look, it's the law of the land. and the clerk, kim davis needs to not be the clerk if she can't issue the licenses. it's a different situation when it is your job to do the very thing that your religion stands in objection to. >> megyn, you and i have had this conversation before. we may disagree with it. but the courts can't make a law.
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they can't do that. . constitution -- >> they have the final say. >> they have to review. but receiver son said we turn the constitution into a thing of wax if we live under you dish tyranny which is what we have. and the court reached out into thin air to come up with this. here's something else to keep in mind. kim davis was applying the law of kentucky when she was elected -- i keep hearing people say she ought to step down. when she was elected 75% of the people of kentucky had voted for traditional marriage. she asked for an accommodation. we give terrorists at gitmo an accommodation. >> we talked about that last night. let me ask you this. she's going back to work on monday. i know you've been talking to her. do you believe that she will stand in the way of her deputies issuing the licenses to same-sex couples? >> i think she will be true to
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her conscience and she will look for some way to not have to put her name on that marriage license. she's been very clear. she's not going to do that. she can't do that. it would violate what she believes is her oath to god but also ore oath to take office. >> okay. >> that was not the agreement she said when she took office. >> we ale continue to follow up. governor, always great to speak with you. many of the presidential hopefuls have come to davis' side. great to see you carly. you heard the argument on the other side. and the argument i raised here last night is that the law does under title 7 require an accommodation typically of even a public employee who is refusing to do her job for religious reasons. >> and she should have been provided is an accommodation, absolutely right. she never should have been
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thrown in jail. for heaven's sake lois lerner should have been thrown in jail, not kim davis. and it's clear that religious freedom is under assault in this country, which is why we have to put so much energy around protecting religious freedom. nevertheless, i think she crosses a line when she prevents others in the court from issuing these licenses. but she clearly should have received an accommodation and let's hope that's what happens. >> do object to her saying, look, you can't even do it if my name is on the certificate because that's what got her thrown in jail. >> i do think it's a very fine line here. i mean i understand governor huckabee's point that she was elected under a kentucky law that was voted in, and i understand how objectionable people find this supreme court ruling. i do as well. they clearly reached into thin air for this justice occasion of what they wanted the law to be, not what the law is. on the other hand as conservatives, we believe that
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it is someone's duty to uphold the law as it is, not as we would like for it to be. we ask judges to do that, we ask police officer to do that and i think we ask clerk to do that. i understand this is a difficult issue, i think she should be given an accommodation. but i do not think she can stand in the way of all marriage licenses being issued by this office. >> let's talk about donald trump. as i mentioned with brit hume, he had some choice remarks about you, according to "rolling stone" magazine. he was quoted by the rolling stone reporter saying look at that face, would anyone vote for that. can you imagine that, if face of ur next president. she's a woman and i'm not supposed to say bad thing. really folks, come on. are we serious? your reaction. >> i think the comments speak for themselves and all of the many many many thousands of voters out there that are helping me climb in the polls, yes, they're very serious. >> what do you take that to
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mean, look at that face, would anyone vote for that? >> i have no idea. honestly i'm not going to spend a single cycle wondering what donald trump means. but maybe just maybe i'm getting under his skin a little bit because i'm climbing in the polls. >> we're a week away from the next presidential debate. what is your strategy going to be that night? >> well, you know, it's interesting. when i went into the fox news debate, less than 40% of republican voters had ever heard my name. as i go into the cnn debate, it's still through that about 50% of republican primary voters watching will have never heard my name. in other words i need to introduce myself to the american people. i need people to understand who i am, what i've done and most importantly what i will do to finally challenge the status quo of washington, to finally change the system, to finally solve our festering problems. it's clear that whatever the issue or cause, the political
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class has let us down. that's why i'm running for president. but i think voters also need to see that i'm someone who doesn't just talk about it, i'm someone who's done it, who's challenged the status quo all my life, that's how you go from secretary to ceo, you solve problems, your challenge the status quo and you lead. that's what i will do at the white house. >> i went from telemarketer to tv anchor. >> you challenged a lit bit of status quo, too, megyn. >> thanks for being here. not quite the same as her accomplishment. oh well. less than 24 hours after hillary clinton is brought to tears on network television, and we are seeing an eye opening report about what some focus groups reportedly told her moments before the tears. i'll give you one guess what they told her. plus, the obama administration saying they want to bring some of the syrian refugee to the united states. and the white house saying, guess what, they don't knead an okay from congress to do it.
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defending her handling of the ongoing e-mail scandal. for months, hillary clinton is giving her apology saying she's sorry. now we're seeing an eye opening report on what some focus groups reportedly told mrs. clinton just before the mea culpa. >> i should have used two accounts, one for person and one for work-related e-mails. that was a mistake. i'm sorry about that. i take responsibility and i'm trying to be as transparent as i possibly can. >> robert zimmerman is a strategist. great to see you. so the focus group was brought in and say you can't get a message out because of the e-mails thing. it's drowning out everything
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else. we want to hear more about it. and the campaign said she's going to show more heart and she came out and said she's sorry and she cried. people saying it's manufactured. >> she was discussing her mom's life and frankly i seen her discuss it and i choke up about it. she was deserted by her parents, rejected by her grandmother. >> isn't it a coins den. >> she was answering a question. >> it's not like she never talked about her mom before. isn't it kouns dental on the very day they say she's going to show more heart, she cries. >> no. the fact is that campaigns talk about showing more emotion and heart. not just hers. >> just do it. like she's going to be more spontaneous and it's all perfectly plan out. >> let's be realistic about this. first of all, her mother should be off limits in this discussion. >> she talked about cher.
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>> he was answering a question. criticizing her story -- >> nobody criticized the story. are the tears manufacturered or are they real? >> the answer is when i have seen her talk about her mom, she's been emotional. when she talks about her, it's a way of discussing her life. and it's very emotional to me and other people. the bigger point here is when it comes to the e-mails, she did step up. it's not just the focus group. it's the fact that she was hearing from so many of her reporters. the fact that the story was drowning out the bigger discussion of the issues. and she was hearing from her supporters that it was getting in the way and being a distraction from the campaign. >> can she move forward now? does this check the box that the e-mail scandal will no longer drown out the message? >> to the critics and the haters, it's not going to go away. she made it very clear and held herself accountable to it. the reality is she remains 71%
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popular with democrats. >> huge with the democrats. >> she's beating every republican head to head setups. >> she's not beating sanders. >> in a couple of days. but she's still 22 points ahead nationally. >> i got to ask you about the aid who set up the server who is pleading the fifth before congress. now there's a report out that some of the republicans in congress are prepared to offer him immunity or at least looking into it. people think where there's smoke there's fire. and to that what do you say? >> let's put facts first. you and i don't know if this young man wants immunity. his lawyer hasn't commented on >> it his lawyer says he does. >> no, he hasn't. >> do you think he's going to plead the fifth? >> the chair of the committee said it would be up to the jus tus department. what we have to do is focus on the facts. he may plead the fifth but hillary clinton october 22 is
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going under oath asking every question publicly. she's been asking for a year to come before this committee. >> october 22nd. >> may your cable bill, messagen. >>ize like to book you right new for that evening. >> you got it. up next, donald trump makes new demands ahead of next week's big gop debate and we'll show you how that is going over. plus in a kelly file exclusive, new reaction from baltimore beat cops at the city approves a multimillion dollar settlement for freddie gray's family. and judge napolitano is here to weigh in on what the settlement means for the six officers facing criminal charges. >> how are you going to get a jury pool from baltimore city right now when they see the mayor give this kind of money, they say hey, they've got to be guilty. she knows something we don't.
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well new reaction from cops on the force as the city of baltimore approves a multimillion dollar payout to the family of freddie gray. yep. it happened. trace gallagher in our west coast newsroom with the story. trace? >> baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings blake says the $6.4 million settlement will help freddie gray's family avoid years of litigation. but the mayor also acknowledges it's unusual for a city to settle a police misconduct lawsuit prior to the resolution of the criminal cases, though she maintains there's no connection between the two. listen. >> the city's decision to settle the civil case should not be interpreted as passing any judgment on guilt or innocence of the officers. >> experts point out the
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settlement does not mean the city admits liability but can be effective in ratcheting down the anger of the residents as the six police officers head to trial. the baltimore police union sees this as keeping the peace by sacrificing police. the union president says instead of letting the judicial system play out, the mayor has all but tried and convicted these officers. listen to him. >> how are you going to get a jury pool from baltimore city when they see the mayor give this kind of money. when they say hey, they've got to be guilty. >> a baltimore police officer said the kelly file that the settlement sets the stage for other people to try to hurt themselves in police vans so they too can file a lawsuit. when freddie gray was arrested back in april and placed in a police van he was not properly restained but it's unclear how he was injured. a judge will decide tomorrow if the six officers will be tried in baltimore.
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>> judge napolitano joining nenow. so they did it. they approved the board of estimates in baltimore, unanimously voted to settle this case, $6.4 million which is unprecedented on the eve of a critical motion hearing in the case. >> in every state in the union where there is a civil litigation or the potential for a civil lit occasion and a companion criminal case, the rule of thumb is that the criminal case goes first. you do not want to do something in the civil case that would prejudice the fairness of the criminal case either to help the government or to help the defendants. the government here has made it nearly impossible to prosecute these cops by creating an atmosphere in which they have basically said, by giving away this money, many many many many times what that case is worth, we are admitting liability. she can deny they're admitting.
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that but they're not going to find 12 people they don't know about this. >> in the law we have damages, we do calculations to figure out what any given life is worth. if you have somebody who has a ton of earning capacity and they tie, they get a higher payout, their family does than a drug dealer who had no job. >> mr. gray's financial worth was zero. his earning capacity was zero. >> what's baked into that $6.4 million? >> an effort to give money away so as to pay for peace -- that's what she said. the mayor said to keep the peace, which is -- is that job? >> no. nor is it permissible under maryland law. maryland, unlike a lot of other states, does permit the paying of money in wrongful death cases for emotional loss. that's capped at $950,000 in this particular case.
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the remaining $5 million must be based on his lost earning capacity. he had zero talent. >> that's quite a stretch. the mayor does need to keep the peace in the city of baltimore but to do it by shelling out millions of taxpayer's money on the eve of a criminal trial and a big motion hearing in the case has the rank and file, i quote the fop president outraged, furious and upset. they say this is another exam. of the mayor not supporting the rank and file. >> it's an example of the mayor misu using her office. an example of the mayor setting the atmosphere where a fair trial is not possible. i suggest to their lawyers that they should be moving to dismiss the indictment on the grounds that the government itself, the same government that charged them has now made a fair trial impossible. >> how does it affect the motion to change the venue, which gets heard tomorrow? >> well the least the court can do is change venue to a part of
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the state that is not rubbed raw by this. >> these taxpayers are ticked off that they're paying $6.4 million the mayor says because of the actions of the cops. >> i don't know where the money is coming from, whether it's coming from the government or an insurance policy. i don't know whether they're guilty or not. they're presumed innocent. i don't know how they can get a fair trial when they bosses admitted liability no matter what they say by the improperly timed and grossly overly expensive distribution of cash. >> the city has a witness who reportedly said this guy was trying to injury himself in that van and they do not appear to want to try this case. thank you. with the syrian refugee crisis coming to a head in jurp, the obama administration is looking to bring some of these folks to the united states. up next, why some are calling this the jihadi pipeline. it's controversial to some. and with a week left until
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the next gop debate, donald trump makes an unusual request. howie kurtz is next on that. >> we will have so much winning if i get elected that you may get bored with winning.
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ceo asking that they donate the profit to veterans. how is that going to work. good to see you both. chris, what is this about? >> well, i think it has something to do with hugh hewitt who is the radio host who cnn took on as a conservative on the panel questioning them as an assurance of balance. they took him on. hugh hewitt had donald trump on his radio show. he played a round of al qaeda jeopardy where it was name this tall banian leader and what's his cousin. donald trump got mad. >> who doesn't love that game. >> it's everybody's favorite. and donald trump got mad, said it's gotcha, and he gets to fuming and he comes back saying, you know what, cnn, nobody watches you, they're only going to watch you because i'm on wow. why don't you kick some money out to the vets. he loves the veterans. pay the money to the veterans
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because i'm going to make you rich and now it creates some leverage for trump putting cnn on the defenses. >> howie, it's another masterful manipulation of the media by donald trump. >> this is the dictionary deaf nation. what other presidential candidate says nice little debate you got there. be a shame if anything happened to it. in one move trump seizes the spotlight, and his pal jeff zucker on the defensive, not wanting to look greedy, at the same time can't be see kowtowing to trump. >> trump got himself in a bit of trouble making remarks about the p.o.w.s, and then there was a report this week saying he feels in many ways he was more part of the military than some people who join the military. is this look how much i love the veterans and it's buried right
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here in my letter that says give all of the proceeds to the veterans? >> the troops are the safest place. that's the safest resort for every politician you can go to. i don't doubt him. again he has a long history of doing this. i think what this is, look for donald trump these debates are different than for other candidates. the other candidates need the debates for exposure. donald trump is hyper exposed. he's on television 24 hours a day. he brings more attention to the other canned catdidates. the debates have less advantage for trump than for ben carson or carly fiorina. >> maybe trump shouldn't show up at the debates. >> monster truck pull. that's what i'm saying. >> i like the way you're thinking. with what does jeff zucker do now? >> well i asked cnn for comment and no comment all day.
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so i guess cnn is pondering whether they want to fuel this particular story. on the point of not showing up, i was at the big rally at the capitol against the iran deal, fox news caught up with him and said if krp doesn't do what you want them to do, will you show up. he hasn't made the decision yet >> what does he do if zumer doesn't say anything? >> he takes credit for the high ratings and he's played himself into another news cycle. it's quite a trick. >> what did you call it? >> monster truck rally. you get kiss to open it, gene simmons will do it. you have pyrotechnics. it will beat the ratings on cnn. >> great to see you both. >> you bet. coming up next, the thousands of syrian refugees demanding a home, the obama administration is talking about bringing some of them here.
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that is not without controversy and dana loesch is next on that.
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developing tonight the refugee problem is reaching a crisis point. with thousands crossing borders in europe daily. the obama administration now wants to bring some of the refugees to the united states. >> four years of civil war in syria has led to four million syrian refugees. most have fled to turkey, but now they've gone to turkey. sweden says it will take
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100,000. some countries like hungary are fighting to protect their borders with the hungarian prime minister warns that accepting tens of thousands of muslims could be opening a terror threat. the obama administration is considering taking 5,000 refugees. some lawmakers are fighting to get that number increased. iowa senator grassly is concerned the president could use an emergency declaration to do just that. and congressman mccall says allowing refugees would not only compromise national security but could create a jihadi pipe line. >> joining me with your thoughts ask dana lash. she is author of hands off my gun. so now, i mean, this, look, this is a toughy. you've got people like john mccain saying these are refugees fleeing torture.
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it's the humanitarian crisis. you have congressman mccall saying we're creating a terrorist pipe line. >> i'm glad mccain knows who is fleeing away. the people who are accepting these migrants have no idea who these people are. people have said there's a lot of scamming going on. we know for a fact a number of migrants are actually pakistani descent who have dropped the theiriates because they want to get into these areas. there's nothing set up to verify, nothing set up to vet who the migrants are who they're associated with. i mean for a fact isis has said they would like to exploit this and use this, a jihadi pipe line. >> the question is what do we do? because, you know, we've been looking at this story. you see the children. and i will -- you know, we
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wrestle with whether we'll show the picture of the little boy. we'll show it once so people know. we haven't yet shone shown it here this is a dead 3-year-old boy w boy. their boat capsized. americans look at that they say we're the united states. we can't -- >> it didn't have to happen. >> this is the picture. it is terrible. >> it's horrific. it did not have to happen. >> go ahead. >> everyone always says what can we do? we could have not left a power vacuum in iraq. we could have called the rich gulf state nations, uae, saudi arabia who have not take an single refugee. we could see where are you. where have you been leading in this area? we could do because the cause of this is isis. we could obliterate isis.
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if we allowed the military do their job and take care of the situation, it wouldn't be a problem. washington, d.c. loves to sit on its hands and say i don't know what are we going to do. >> the pictures as they have been out of syria from the beginning, they have been devastating. great to see you. >> thank you. we'll be right back.
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