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>> all i can say is donald trump is lucky my kong-fu reflexes didn't kick in. >> what would you do if donald trump gave you a love tap? israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is about to speak. we are watchinging the greek prime minister now. but moments away benjamin netanyahu will step up to the address the united nations for the first time since the nuclear deal with iran was reached. we know the israeli leader strongly opposes the deal. we will bring you his speech live when it begins. and this is "outnumbered."
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i am harris faulkner, sandra smith, andrea tantaros, and host of america now and a fox news contributor megan mccain is here and adam housley is our outnumbered by who is a brand new dad again. he is outnumbered here and there. >> i appreciate the feedback. i will need it. >> you need sleep. >> i came to new york to get sleep. >> welcome to the both of you. >> thank you so much. lots to get to. this breaking news in syria with russia counterparts meeting with the united states to coordinate efforts in syria. russian jets carried out a second day of attacks and some of the attacks did include rebels backed by the united states claiming they destroyed
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12 islamic state terrorist targets but conceding other groups may have been hit. one of president obama's forcest critics on syria has tough words for the obama administration. he said putin's action are a direct result of president obama's weakness. >> you know how we found out they are launching the strikes? a general showed up in baghdad at our embassy to tell us. they are treating us with the upmost contempt. vladimer putin has the upp upperhand. we should have said we will fly anywhere, any time and you better not get in the way. we should not be begging on our knees saying cooperate with me on this.
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>> we will go to megan first. >> i would like to get in the time machine and remember when president obama lectured romney on this is something that happened in the 1980's. this is what happens when you lead from behind. i am shocked and humilitated and fear about the long term and i don't know what it will take for americans to wake up and realize that obama is making america less safe. putin is doing it because he knows he can get away with it and nothing will happen. >> how would you like to see the president push back? what particularly does he need to do? >> i would like him to help the syrian refuges. he met with putin one hour ago and now putin is giving us an hour warning? >> the russians are going to do whatever they want to do. the biggest concern i have is
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for a couple years we tried to chose between at least 18 major factions in syria, but we have no americans of any significance on the ground in the country. we have done a poor job deciding on who to back, and if to back, and the russians sat back, waited and to took the advantage going in saying we will wipe out the guys america wants and the people against assad because we need assad. >> it was interesting to see who they are really hitting. we have benjamin netanyahu stepping up to the podium. let's watch this in its entirety:
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>> ladies and gentlemen, i bring you greetings from jerusalem. the city in which the jewish people's hopes and is echoed throughout the generations. 31 years ago as israel's ambassador to the united nations i stood at this podium for the first time.
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i stood up here to talk out against israel who was hostile toward israel, the one true democracy in the middle east. some are seeking to deny the one and only jewish state, a place among the nations. i ended that first speech by saying gentlemen, check your fanaticism at the door. more than three decades later, as the prime minister of israel, i am privileged to speak from the podium and that privilege always came with a moral responsibility to speak the truth. so after three days of listening to world leaders praise the nuclear deal with iran, i began
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my speech today with saying, ladies and gentlemen, check your enthuiasm at the door. you see, this deal doesn't make peace more likely. by fueling iran's aggressions with billions in sanctions relief. it makes war more likely. just luook at what iran has don in the last six months alone. iran has boosted their supply of devastating weapons to syria, iran sent more soldiers of its revolutionary guard into syria, iran sent thousands of shiite fighters to syria, iran did all of this to prop up assad's brutal regime. iran also shipped tons of
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weapons and ammission to the huti rebels in yemen, including another shipment just two days ago. iran threatened to topple jordan. hezbollah smuggled into lebanon missiles to down our planes and cruise missiles to sink our ships. iran supplied hezbollah with precision-guided surface-to surface missiles and atrack drones so it can accurately hit any target in israel. iran aided hamas in islamic jihad in building drones in gaza. iran made clear the plans to open two new terror fronts promising to arm the west bank and sending revolutionary guard generals to the golden heights
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from which its operatives fired rockets on northern israel. israel will continue to respond forcefully to any attacks against it from syria. israel will continue to act to prevent the transfer of strategic weapons to hezbollah from and through syria territory. every few weeks, iran and hezbollah setup new terror cells in cities throughout the world. three cells were recently uncovered in kuwait, jordan, and cypr cyprus. in may, security forces in cyprus raided an agent and there they found five tons of ammonia nitrate. that is roughly the same amount
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that was used to blow up the federal building in oklahoma city. and that is just in one apartment, in one city, in one country. but iran is setting up dozens of terror cells like this around the world. ladies and gentlemen, they are setting up those terror cells in this hemisphere, too. i repeat: iran has been doing all of this, everything that i just described, just in the last six months when it was trying to convince the world to remove the sanctions. now just imagine what iran will do after those sanctions are lifted. unlease and unmuzzled, iran will
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go on the prowl devouring more and more pray -- unleashed -- in the wake of the nuclear deal, iran is spending billions of dollars on weapons and satellites. you think iran is doing that to advance peace? you think hundreds of billions of dollars in sanctions relief and fat contracts will turn this tiger into a kitten? if you do, you should think again. in 2013, the so-called charm offensive began here at the u.n. two years later, iran is executing more political prisoners, escalating its regional aggression, and rapidly expanding its global terror network.
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you know, they say actions speak louder than words but in iran's case the words speak as loud as the actions. just listen to the deputy commander of iran's revolution guard force. here is what he said in february quote the islamic revolution is not limited by geographic borders boasting that iraq, palestine, yemen, lebanon, are among the countries being quote conquered by the islamic republic of iran. end quote. conquered. and for those of you who believe that the deal in vienna will bring a change in iran's policy
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just listen to what iran's supreme leader said five days after the nuclear deal was reached. quote our policies toward the arrogant government of the united states will not change. the united states, he vowed, will continue to be iran's enemy. while giving the mullahs more money is likely to fuel aggression inside of iran, it will definitely fuel more aggression outside of iran as the leader of a country defending itself every day against iran's growing aggression, i wish i could take comfort in the claim that this deal blocks iran's path to
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nuclear weapons. but i can't. because it doesn't. this deal does place several constraints on iran's nuclear program. and rightly so because the international community recognizes that iran is so dangerous. but to say here is the catch: under this deal, if iran doesn't change its behavior, in fact if it becomes even more dangerous in the years to come, the most important constraints will still be automatically lifted by year 10 and by year 15. that will place a terror regime having an arsenal of nuclear bombs. that doesn't make any sense.
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i said if iran wants to be treated like a normal country let it act like a normal country. but this treaty run like a normal country even if it remains a dark theocracy that conquers neighbors and commits terror worldwide and chants death to israel and death to america. does anyone believe flooding such a group will curb their appetite for aggression? anyone believe a theocratic iran with sharper claws and fangs will be more likely to change its stripes? here is a general rule i have learned and you must have learned in your lifetime. when bad behavior is rewarded it
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only gets worse. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, i have long said that the greatest danger facing our world is the coupling of militant islam with nuclear weapons. and i am gravely concerned that the nuclear deal with iran will move to be the marriage certificate of that unholy union. i know that some well intentioned people, sincerely believe that this deal is the best way to block iran's path to the bomb, but one of histories
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most important, yet least learned lessons is this: the best intentions don't prevent the worst outcomes. the vast majority of israelis believe that this nuclear deal with iran is a very bad deal. and what makes matters even worse is that we see a world celebrating this bad deal. rushing to embrace and do business with a regime openly committed to our destruction. last week, the commander of iran's army proclaimed this quote "we will annihilate israel for sure.
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we are glad we are in the forefront of executing the supreme leader's order to destroy israel" and as for the supreme leader himself, a few days after the nuclear deal was announced, he released his latest book, here is it, it a 400 page creed detailing his plan to destroy the state of israel. last month, once again, a genocidal intention was made clear before iran's top clerical bodies, is assembly of experts -- the -- he spoke about israel, home to over six million
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jews, he pledged quote "there will be no israel in 25 years". 70 years later, iran's rulers promised to destroy my country and murder by people and the response from this body, the response for nearly everyone of the governments represented here has been absolutely nothing. utter silence. deafening silence.
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perhaps you can understand why israel is not joining you to celebrate this deal. if iran's leaders were working to destroy your country perhaps you would be less excited about
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the deal, if they were firing rockets at your city perhaps you would be more measured in your praise, and if this deal was unleashing a nuclear arms race in your neighborhood perhaps you would be more reluctent to -- reluctant -- to celebrate. but iran is also building inter continental missiles whose sole purpose is to carry nuclear warheads. iran already has missiles that can reach israel so the one as they are building now are not meant for us. they are meant for you. for europe. for america. for reining down mass
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destruction any time and anywhere. ladies and gentlemen, it is not easy to oppose something that is embraced by the greatest powers in the world. believe me, it would be far easier to remain silent. but throughout our history, the jewish people have learned the heavy price of silence. and has the prime minister of the jewish state, as someone who knows that history, i refuse to be silenced. [applause] [applause]
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>> i will say it again, the days when the jewish people remain passive in the face of genocidal enemies, those days are over! [applause] >> not being passive means speaking up about the dangers. we have, we are, we will. not being passive also means defending ourselves against those dangers. we have, we are, and we will. [applause]
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>> israel will not allow iran to break in, to sneak in, or to walk into the nuclear weapons club. i know that presenting iran from developing nuclear weapons remains the official policy of the international community. but no one should question israel's determination to defend itself against those who seek our destruction. for in every generation, there were those who rose up to destroy our people. we faced destruction from the ancient empires of babylon and rome, in the middle ages we faced inquistion and for modern times we faced the holocaust.
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yet the jewish people rose up. and now another nation has risen swearing to destroy israel. that regime would be wise to consider this: i stand here today representing israel. a country 67 years young. but the nation state of a people nearly 4,000 years old. yet the empires of babylon and rome are not represented in the fall of nations neither is the 1,000 year rites. those empires are long gone. but israel lives. the people of israel lives. [speaking foreign language] [applause]
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>> the rebirth of israel is a testament to the spirit of my people. for a hundred generations, the jewish people dreamed of returning to the land of israel. even in our darkest hours, and we had so many, even in our darkest hours, we never gave up hope of rebuilding our eternal capital jerusalem. the establishment of israel made realizing that dream possible. it has enabled us to live as a free people in our ancestral homeland. it has enabled us to embrace jews who come from the four corners of the earth to find refuge from persecution. they came from war torn europe,
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yemen, ethopi a and the soviet union. and today, as the rising tide of anti semetic behavior sweeps across europe, many jews come to israel to join us in building the jewish future. here is my message to the rulers of iran, your plan to destroy israel will fail! [applause] >> israel will not permit any force on earth to threaten its future. and here is my message to all of the countries represented here. whatever resolutions you may adopt in this building, whatever decisions you may take in your capitals, israel will do
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whatever it must do to defend our state and defend our people. [applause] >> distinguished delegates, as this deal with iran moves ahead, i hope you will enforce it -- how can i put this? -- with a little more rigor than you showed with the six security council resolutions that iran has systematically violated and which now have been effectively discarded. make sure that the inspectors actually inspect. make sure that the snapback sanctions actually snapback.
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and make sure that iran's violations aren't swept under the persian rug. [applause] >> one thing i can assure you is israel will be watching closely. what the international community now needs to do is clear. first, make iran comply with all of its nuclear obligations. keep iran's feet to the fire. [applause] >> second, check iran's regional aggression. support and sentence those fighting iran's aggression beginning with israel. [applause] >> third, use sanctions and all of the tools available to you to
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tear down iran's global terror network. [applause] >> ladies and gentlemen, israel is working closely with our arab peace partners to address our common security challenges from iran and also the security ch m challen challenges from isis and others. we are working with other states in the middle east as well as countries in africa and asia and beyond. many in our region know that both iran and isis are our common enemies. and who your enemies fight each other, don't strengthen either one, weaken both. [applause]
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>> common dangers are clearly bringing israel and its arab neighbors closer. and as we work together to thwart those dangers, i hope we will build lasting partnerships. lasting partnerships for security, for prosperity, and for peace. but in israel, we never forget one thing. we never forget that the most important partner that israel has has always been and will always be the united states of america. [applause] >> the alliance between israel and the united states is unshakable.
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[applause] >> president obama and i agree on the need to keep arms out of the hands of iran's terror proxy, we agree on the need to stop iran from destabilizing countries throughout the middle east. israel deeply appreciates president obama's willingness to bolster our security, help israel maintain its military edge, and help israel confront the enormous challenges we face. israel is grateful that this sentiment is widely shared by the american people and its representative in congress by both those who supported the deal and by those who oppose it. [applause] >> president obama and i have both said that our differences over the nuclear deal with a
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disagreement within the family. but we have no disagreement about the need to work together to secure our common future. and what a great future it could be. israel is uniquely poised to seize the promise of the 21st century. israel is a world leader in science and technology, in cyber, software, water, agriculture, medicine, bio technology, and so many other fields that are being revolutionized by israeli innovation. israel is the innovation nation. [applause] >> israeli know how is everywhere.
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it is in your computer microprocess and flash drives. it is in your smart phones when you send instant messages and navigate your cars. it is on your farm you have irrigate our crops and keep your grains and produce fresh. it is in your universities when you study noble prize winning discoveries in chemistry and economics. it is in your medicine cabinets when you use drugs to treat parkinson's disese. -- disease. it is on our plate even when you eat the delicious cherry tomato. that was perfected in israel in case you didn't know. we are so proud of the long strides our country has made in such a short time. we are so proud that our small country is making such a huge
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contribution to the entire world. yet the dreams of our people, enshrined for eternity by the prophets of the bible, those dreams will be fully realized only when there is peace. as the middle east descends into chaos, israel's piece agreements with egypt and jordan are two cornerstones of stability. israel remains committed to achieving peace with the p palestini palestinians as well. israeli's know the price of war. i know the price of war.
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i lost many friends. i lost my beloved brother in battle. those who know the price of war can best appreciate what the blessings of peace would mean for ourselves, our children, our grandchildren. i am prepared to immediately resume direct peace negotiations with the palestinian authority without any preconditions whatsoever. [applause] >> unfortunately, they had they were not prepared to do this yesterday. i hope he changes his mind.
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i remain committed to a vision of two states for two people and a demilitarized palestinian state recognizes the jewish state. you know the peace process began over two decaddecades ago. yet, despite the best efforts of six israeli prime ministers, the palestinians have consistently refused to end the conflict and make a final peace with israel. and unfortunately you heard that rejection just yesterday. how can israel make peace with a palestinian partner who refuses to even sit at the negotiating
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table? the palestinians should not walk away from peace. president abbas, i know it is not easy. but we owe it to our people to continue to try. because together, if we negotiate and start negotiating about the actions, if we sit down and try to resolve this conflict between us, recognize each other, not use a pal stn -- palestinian state, and something where weekend leave in peace, we can do remarkable things for our
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people. the un can help advance peace by supporting direct unconditional negotiations between the parties. the u.n.will not help with peace by encouraging solutions or encouraging palestinian rejection. and the u.n., distinguished delegates, should do one more thing, the u.n.should finally rid itself of the excessive bashing of israel. here is just one absurd example
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of this obsession. in four years, a horrific violence in syria, more than a quarter of a million people have lost their lives, that is more than ten times, more than ten times the number of israelis and palestinian combined to lost their lives in a century of conflict between us. yet last year, this assembly adopted 20 resolutions against israel and just one resolution about the savage slaughter in syria. talk about injustice. 20. count them. one against israel.
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i am not surprised. to borrow a line from the late great yogi barra: when it comes to the annual bashing of israel at the u.n., it is deji deji v over again. enough. 30 years later, i am still asking when will the u.n.check their anti-israel behavior at the door? when will the u.n.stop slamming israel as a threat to peace and start helping israel advance peace? and the same question should be
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posed to palestinian leaders. when you start working with israel to advance piece and reconcile. president abbas, here is a good place to begin. stop spreading lies about israel's alleged intentions on the temple. what president abbas should be speaking out against are the actions of militant islamist who are smuggling explosives and trying to prevent jews and christians from visiting the holy sigtes. that is the real threat to these sacred sites. a thousand years before the birth of christianity, more than
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1500 years before the birth of islam, king david made jerusalem our capital, and king solommn built the temple on that mount, yet israel will also respect the sacred shines of all in a region plagued by violence and intolerance in which islamic fanatics are destroying the ancient treasures of civilization, israel is a tower beacon of enlightment and intolerance. far from damaging the sites it is israel that insures their safety. [applause] >> israel respects the worship
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of jews, muslims, christians, everyone. and that, ladies and gentlemen, will never change. because israel will also stay true to its values. these values are on display every day when israel's parliament debates every issue, when israel's chief justice sits in her chair in our independent supreme court, when our christianity community continues to grow and thrive from year to year as christian communities are decimated elsewhere in the middle east, when a brilliant young muslim students gives her valedictorian address at our
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finest universities. and doctors and nurses from the israeli military treat thousands of wounded from syria and thousands more in the wake of natural disasters from haiti to nepal. this is the true face of israel. these are the values of israel. and in the middle east, these values are under savage assault by militant islamist who are forcing millions of terrified people to flee to distant shores. miles from isis and yards from the murder, israel is standing in the breach proudly defending freedom and progress. israel is civilizations frontline in the battle against barberism. here is a involve idea for the united nations.
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instead of continuing the routine of bashing israel, stand with israel as we check the fanaticism at our door. stand with israel as we prevent that fanaticism from reaching your door. ladies and gentlemen, stand with israel because israel is not just defending itself, more than other israel is defending you. [applause] >> and with that the prime minister of israel, benjamin netanyahu, is finished. almost 46 minutes he has been talking.
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not quite but almost. of all of that it might have been about less of what he didn't say. at a moment you had pin drop silence when the prime minster said how can you not speak up? how can you be silent after six million jews were killed 70 years ago and now there is a country wanting to kill us again. he waited for someone to speak up. and he waited for someone to speak up. it was a long way. >> a lot of pundants out there said he wasn't going to isolate himself and find a way to criticize the iran deal but not step too much on other folk's opinions of it. he did the opposite. he stood up and said you are all wrong. we are not going to take it anymore. i thought that was incredibly impressive. he went through it and gave
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specific instances. >> sandra, in our notes leading up to today, we had anticipated there wouldn't be an isolationist move by him. he would be open. and he did talk, for a moment, about the friendship between the united states and israel. >> we had a lot of powerful one-liners. i was watching social media while listening to this eloquent speech and a lot of people agree talking on social media this a true leader the way he is speaking and defending his country saying israel will respond forcefully. >> you know, harris, you asked me before the break what i want from president obama. i want leadership and diplomacy and that is what that was. for any pro-israel american, i don't know how your heart
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doesn't break there. it is difficult to watch having no relationship with the prime minster and israel anymore. >> he had a lot of words in there, and we were making comments listening to them, hair down in iran's global terror network. tear down this wall. you go through, best intentions, don't prevent the worst outcomes. i thought the most incredible point was this is what they did in the last six months. >> the most compelling argument against the deal. it is different from susan rice and john kerry. it is quite the opposite. he talked about making sure these regulations were not swept under the persian rug. he talked about yellow cake last time. his words toward the white house
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specifically were more pointed. he has every reason to be pointed. he has given them opportunity after opportunity to not only try to redraw the borders, lecture and wag his finger. we have a finger who had not appear at a joint press conference but appear with the president or prime minister of england. not only that, but the rhetoric we have seen coming from the white house have been harsher toward benjamin netanyahu than the ayatollah in iran. >> we heard neighboring 20 versus neighboring south of 2. there is so much going on and we are over all of it. we are getting a look at a new batch of hillary clinton's e-mail and we are asking if she put the national security at
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more risk than thought. the e-mails reportedly contain a lot of secrets like hackers linked to russia tried to breach her account multiple times. stay close. the only way to get better is to challenge yourself,
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well a lot of new fall out after the release of the latest
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batch of hillary clinton's e-mails. the washington times reports that 1-20 of the thousands of messages just released yesterday contained classified information though not marked that way at the time and evidence of hacking the server from russia. what did you think of this? >> this was the exact opposite. queen hillary thinks she can do whatever she wants. >> i remember investigators saying about four months telling me off camera that they knew of these intel breaks that happened with government employees as well as some things affecting carly fiorina's information. they felt it came through a backdoor way. not saying it happened that way but they were looking at the possibility of hacking through and getting through the door and into the u.s. information. i am not saying that is the
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case, but it has been done by others. they knew they were doing it wrong. >> this latest batch of e-mails proves our national security was put at more risk than we thought and there is more e-mails to come. >> we know this. it will only keep leaking out. i hope we finally get clarity. >> slick fishing attempts to see about her parking tickets. >> cyber warfare is the greatest threat we safe and this person can't get her e-mail safe >> i don't know if i wougift heh the white house. "happening now" now starts now. we'll we have see you back at noon eastern tomorrow. noon eastern tomorrow. ugh! heartburn! no one burns on my watch!
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>> strong words from the strongest and closest ally for america. >> sounding the alarms and starring down world leaders who stayed silent in the face of iran's threat against the jewish state.


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