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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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and some parts of the east coast are feeling the affects of joaquin. new jersey is in a state of emergency. forecasters warn people to be prepared. and chief meteorologist is live in the fox weather center with the latest, rick? >> such a different hurricane force to forecast. it is strong in the bahamas and over in the next 36 hours or so the bahamas will take a beating. the forecast model will all the way through midday tomorrow and then the northerly turn. that's when we will see a difference. yesterday we talked about the far eastern or western solution. that has changed a bit today. and the reliable american model we like. and like the european model and
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yesterday they were super far apart. and now they are more in alignment. and the american model moved toward the european model. and that would be great news for a direct landfall and verified from the storm. we have a huge spread and making it difficult to give an exact forecast. we need to watch this one. that's the bottom line. it is very strong and likely to becoming a category 4 later today. it is a strong hurricane and the cone brings it up here, maybe toward the eastern sea board. and maybe out to sea. one thing we will see for sure, we'll see bibliical amounts of rainfall in north carolina and south carolina and in the mountains. we could have 12- 18 inches here. that will cause torrential flooding and loss of life and
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property. >> people need to be prepared for that and in the bahamas, too they are being pounded right now. a briefing in the pentagon set to begin in less than a hour. russian counterparts and u.s. leaders met to coordinate efforts in syria after a second day of a strikes carried out by russia some of the targets in syria include rebels backed by the united states. we'll talk to a national security expert who explains these kinds of target are a larger pattern from moscow and using similar strategy in afghanistan and chechyna. troubling revelations that hillary clinton's private e-mail was targeted by russian hacker ares while she was secretary of
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state. the bombshell raising concerns that clinton's decision was a security risk especially that hundreds of classified e-mails passed through her server. ed henrow is live in washington with. that so how vulnerable was the private clinton server to the russian hackers then? >> reporter: we simply don't know. the fbi is trying to get to the bottom of. it the clinton campaign insists that hillary clinton moved forward with this phishing deal with where the hackers were trying to get her to click on parking tickets so they could get in the e-mail and server. and for there to be an fbi criminal investigation, we are told that there is a whole range of potential hacks that are going into the server and cheryl mills in one of the e-mails
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dumped from the state department yesterday, you can see cheryl mills her account and an attempt to be hacked at one point and raised concerns that other accounts within the department could be vulnerable. and interesting, and white house senior advisor valerie jarret suggested that the arrangement ta clinton had was not kosher. >> there were guidelines to all secretaries. >> yes, there were. yes, we obviously want to make sure we are taking care of all government records and guidance given that government business should be done on government e-mail and if you used a private e-mail turn it over. >> that's what she's doing. >> reporter: you hear she is doing. that but there were guides to be conducting government business on official e-mail, remember the clinton camp again and again
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said there were no markings on the e-mails saying that the information was classified. clinton's critics say she should have known it was sensitive. >> bernie sanders is catching up in the money department. >> reporter: this was supposed to be a major advantage to hillary clinton. he raised $26 million. and hillary clinton 28 million. she raised more and over all has more cash on hand because of what she took in the first two quarters. but the momentum and energy is on sander side. and northerly what hillary clinton had. and his campaign said they have $2 million alone on wednesday, the final day, that was just pouring in through the internet, where as hillary clinton has been flying around and raising money and spending time and money to do that. bernie sanders has had very few fundraiser ares and because of
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that momentum through the internet, jon. >> fascinating to watch. >> we'll talk about the money issues, chris, what about the information that we received that bernie sanders raised just about as much as hillary clinton and ed henry's final point, he did it not by traveling to events, but by being bernie sanders, what does it mean? >> it is good news for bernie sanders and not hillary clinton. he had the enthusiasm advantage as he travels around the country, he gets bigger audience. she had the infrastructure and big donors and now you have third quarters earnings or contributions and he basically ties her. $2 million difference. and the other point is, not only through the internet but small donations and he can go back to
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those people because they haven't backed up against the individual limit on how much to contribute to the campaign. hillary clinton has more big donors and she can't go back because they may have been tapped out. it is a big advantage for bernie sanders, he tied her in fund-raising in the third quarter. >> and so more of an opening for joe biden. and that is a big opening. and she is and then bernie sanders is leading. and that is to say joe biden would get in the race. and a lot of people supporting sanders are going to keep that. and on the vulnerability part of and add that to what ed henry was talking about. e-mail scandal will and 200 more
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e-mails released yesterday have been stated to be classified and raises that and said as classified or not. and obviously with sensitive information that is on a vulnerable e-mail account and private server. if you are joe biden in his camp, you still have a shot here. >> and interesting, the e-mail controversy as it relates to comments about kevin mccarthy. and kevin, who is thought to be the next speaker of the house made comments about the e-mail controversy, and the benghazi committee and we hear hillary clinton's response to her. and i will ask you about it shortly, chris. >> everybody thought hillary clinton was unbeatable, right. we put together a benghazi
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special committee, select committee and what are her numbers today. her numbers are dropping, why? she is untrustable. >> i hear a statement that demonstrates that this was always meant to be a partisan political exercise, i feel like it does a great disservice and dishonors, not just the memory of the four we lost, but of everybody that served our country. >> how big of a deal is this for kevin mccarthy? >> it is not good. he did the old cliche, washington gaffe when you accidental willy tell the truth and not why the committee was formed in the first place, but one of the things that republicans were hoping, that it would find damaging combrchl information. it is largely because of the benghazi committee that we found out the existence of the private
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e-mail. having said that for mccarthy to make a connection. we formed the committee and her numbers went down, it is it a purely political exercise. i don't think it is it. and the clinton campaign, both secretary clinton and her top campaign spokesmen jumped all over this. she expressed great regret and they were delighted to have them come out because it gives them an opportunity. >> and is it enough to derail kevin's chances to be speaker? >> i doubt. it it is credible and it was not good. he was on the show with hanity and he pressed him what has republicans done to fight for the cause and he had trouble coming up with something and he came up with this, and one could argue he was telling the truth, but sometimes you don't want to do that maybe. >> it is interesting. we'll so what happens next with
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that. and we'll get more e-mails coming out and always a bit more to learn about what was in those e-mails. chris, always great to see you, thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu wrapped up his address to the u.n. general assembly. >> and the plans for the middle east peace process. and former israeli ambassador to the u.n. rejoins us with his thoughts, coming up. >> and a fast- moving car stopped in a parking lot. >> who would you support more for president? a president outsider or a candidate with elected office? our live chat is up and running. go to foxnews.com/happeningnow and get your thoughts in the conversation. with relief so smooth and fast. tums smoothies starts dissolving the
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>> at least 20 vehicle destroyed
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in a fire in an auction lot in new jersey. no one was hurt and it is unclear how the lot is started. most were scheduled to go up for auction very soon. now fox news alert. israeli prime minister netanyahu just wrapped up his address to the u.n. general assembly. and it is speculation that he might not mention the iranian nuclear deal at all. and he spent a great deal of his speech railing against it. and asking the world keep a straight eye on iran. and joining us is former israeli ambassador to the united nations and a fox news contributor. and the israel willies don't have a lot of friends in the united nations. were you surprised at the amount of applause that the prime
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minister received. well, you know, jon, as someone who served at the u.n. for six years and i know where that applause stems from. and i don't think that the viewers had any illusions. it is not the benches from the so- called friends or members of the u.n. it is part of the prime minister's entourage. and not the u.s. congress where the prime minister deserves and gets a standing ovation. >> he's often said in israel, you live in a very dangerous neighborhood. is that as dangerous now as it ever has been? >> this very tough neighborhood that we live in probably as dangerous and the most dangerous than it has been. the iranian threat is an extential threat and not only
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a tactical threat against israel. and what the prime minister did today was try to wake- up a complacent world. the prime minister is no fool. he is not a party spoiler and did not come to the u.n. to try to spoil the party of the the world celebrating the deal with iran. he know its is a done deal and felt rightly so that it is his moral responsibility as the leader of israel to cry out against the deal and show the world how dangerous and devuous and evil iran is. and when you look at the speech of 40 minutes and 30 minutes devoted to iran and that is because the prime minister truly feels that it is a threat to israel and the world as we know it. and he demonstrated by having the minute of silence to show how silent the world is in the face of iran's threats to
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destroy israel and i hope that very much, it is not the silence before the storm, but a silence to prevent the storm. >> much is written and said about the rift and relations between the united states and current administration and the israelis. he addressed that and i want to play that bit of sound for you right now. >> we never forget that the most important partner that israel has. will always be the united states of america. the a liiance for the u.s. is unshakable. & president obama and i need to keep arms out of the iranian terror proxy. >> they are scheduled to visit
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the united states in november. is that an attempt to try to put that relationship and try to mend the fences i guess if you will? >> i think what the prime minister said is very, very true. the relations between the israel and united states are solid and strong and it is an unshakable relationship based on shared morals and values and history and democracy. and there are differences between the president and prime minister. and i think that these two leaders have put those differences aside and both realize what a dangerous world we live in and what a tough neighborhood we israelis live in and united states and allies live in and they have to find a way to work together in order to make our neighborhood and world a safer place in view of the great dangers. and i hope the prime minister's cry was not a cry in the
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>> beverage netanyahu warned that his country will not allow iran to get a nuclear weapon. >> israel will not allow iran to break in, sneak in, or walk in to the nuclear weapon's club. [applause] >> i know that preventing iran
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from nuclear weapons remains the official policy of the international community. no one should question israel's determination to defend itself against those who seek our destruction. >> we'll bring in yogi bresan. and he seemed to suggest that israel will mount an attack against the iranians if it is determined that they are working on a nuclear. >> possible but hard. the reason why israel has not mounted a strike until now even though iran facility were discovered and it is difficult to fly over arab countries fwloe up the bunker. and the whole world believes that there is a deal with iran and you can have business ties
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and better relationship. if israel bombed iran believed that iran did not adhere it would be disastrous. >> they will refuse to live by the terms of the osloaccords. first the iowa rannian agreement and then a baud and the palestinians threatening to declare unlateral will statehood? >> i think you put it well. and if it was not all about iran and syria, we would be paying more attention to syria. he said he no longer felt bund by the oslo accord. he wants israel to provide water and governing and structure and for israel to move back in the west bank. and that would be a massive major step and expensive and
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involve troops and distract israel from the chaos. and this is a big deal. and normally would get more information. the fact that it isn't is the fact that iran has all of theox gen in the room. >> the israel willy got out of gaza and now abasz wants them back? >> the oslo accord was to there to build the pal will pal government. they say the west bank is yours, you run this. if you won't help us do it, you do it. no israeli wants to do. and what the osloaccords meant them not to do.
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>> what is left for prime minister netanyahu to say with president obama next month. >> the speech as you pointed out was against the iran deal and warning. and it was him saying this deal has happen and i know it happen and that is a major shift. but he will say you have won and you got the deal and we will watch you to make sure you are watching iowa ran. we'll pressure you pressure the europeans and pressure all we can to make sure iran doesn't get a weapon and do everything we do to make sure it doesn't happen. >> the presidencies this as a crowning achievement and it seems like the prime minister might get a cold shoulder on those points. >> israeli prime minister netanyahu developing much of the u.n. speech to the danger that
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iran poses to the country. we'll talk to one of america's most experienced diplomats. and we are also tracking hurricane joaquin. its path is uncertain and who can prevent the devastating images from sandy and other storms. how can new technology help protect the investments, you will see it, next.
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and prime minister netanyahu addressing the united nations and keeping his sights firmly fixed on iran. >> unleashed and unmuzzled iran will go on on the prowl and devouring more and more prey. 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 that hundreds of billions in sanctions relief and fat contracts will turn this papicious tiger into a kitten? >> current vice-president of the woodrow wilson center joins us now. aaron you are hearing it from your point of view and great expertise with middle eastern affairs. what is the impact of netanyahu's speech today? >> this is the sixth time he
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addressed the u.n. general assembly. i don't care what world leader shows up in new york. the primary constitiency is domestic. it was an israeli speech and designed to demonstrate israel's vigilance. and the prime minister referred not only to security issue and he talked about cherry tomatoes and israel domination of high-tech start ups and innovative israel. he really did, i think mean this to both reassure and instill great pride in the israeli public. it was a signal to the united states and he didn't say much about his relationship with thet the prime minister is determined without compromise an iota with respect to his opposition to the
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iranian nuclear deal. he's had seven years of a soap opera. and the most dysfunctional relationship between israel and u.s. president in the modern era. and the prime minister will be here once president obama leaves office in 2017, and i think he really does want to try to figure out how to make the relationship less stormy. i don't know if you heard it, he said something like this agreement while he opposes it and thinks it is it a catastrophic deal it imposes certain constraints on the nuclear program in iran. that was significant and to some degree, the prime minister has made a psychological adjustment to the reality that the
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agreement not only passed congress in a matter of speaking, but likely to be implemented as well. and that's frafrpgly that's new. >> a line like that could be overlooked. and what he didn't say, he walked up to the podium and stood there in front of the entire general assembly and stared at the crowd and called everybody on the carpet and said we have another country calling for our destruction and no one said anything and he did this, watch. deafening silence. the si leps continues. and quite frankly it goes on for a little while aaron. what do you think of these moments. >> i was doing an interview with
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a competitor during -- >> what? >> during the 45 seconds, i looked to my volume control to make sure it was not a technical malfunction. look netanyahu is brilliant in the the english language and a lot of things is dismissed as prop like. i found this effective. it was a 45 second, i guess, you could use the word death stare in which he tried to demonstrate that the world is far too often in modern history been silent on those who tried to destroy the jewish people and the state of israel. and i think that silence was meant in many respects to
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demonstrate. it is in this prime minister's dna. that's the other reality. this is not just politics. benjamin netanyahu believes this. and one final point, jenna, i was happy to so that the prime minister instead of creating an image that somehow israel is a stage on which to be acted, that israel is not a piece of driftwood. it has agency and power and capacity to deal even with iran's punitive search for a nuclear weapon. and that sense of urgency and rather than looking at israel as a victim and always agree. and it is a very important part of the prime minister's address. >> it seems like a lot to digest in this address and introduce for you aaron. this i hope is the best you have done perhaps ever on this issue.
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>> fox is extraordinary. extraordinary, and different point of view and i love coming here. >> we want a fair and balanced point of view, aaron and you always give it to us. we'll move on to the weather now, jon. >> storm prep is underway all under the east coast as hurricane joaquin threatens the u.s. fortunately students made new techniques boarding up the accident. >> it is here in hoboeken. >> we were standing out here three years ago. he was in the house in staten island and sandy blew through with gusts of 100 miles per hour. >> it was not the wind that
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>> hey, guys, i am julie banderas. we have breaking news out of the pentagon that said russia did not hit any isis targets and absolutely chilling moment in the u.n. as benjamin netanyahu
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glares at the u.n. delegates for a minute for their silence on the iran deal. and describing one of the presidential candidates. who is it? find out on the real story. >> second briefing from the pentagon and start of "deconfliction" talks with russia and united states happen via teleconference. russia's first air strike near homes. and they hit a naval base. it is the single russian naval base outside of russia and inside the midge members of the jury. this is part of his president putin's calculation. for a long time the u.s. is the
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dominant power. our role has given us more enemies. if he wants to invite jihaddist to attacking russia more power to him. >> i am curious your thoughts on that christopher. i know russia is an area of expertise for you. is that part of vladimar putin's calculation and a big risk for him. >> talk about the article in the chicago tribune and what motivates putin. it is what someone expects from someone from a distance. such a radical and disturbing oversimmriification. the more complicated and bloody the conflict. they will sustain assad for a longer period of time. and if you look at how russia is
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intervening, they are not intervening against isis but the moderate rebels that are fighting the assad regime and isis. that is not a situation where russia intervention will create more stability. it is a situation where it will make it harder to solve the problem and reach a diplomatic solution and in the end of the day empower isis. >> it is little risk to russia? those voices are growing, okay, fine let russia deal with. it they get involved in a long bloody war, and we don't need to get involved and so great. >> so look at the last time russia got a long bloody war. it was in checnyan and they are ntdz russia itself. and vladimar putin engaged in a full on massive conventional offensive against the rebel movement there and look at what the kremlin did.
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they took away the moderates and targeted them and arrested and assassinated them and left the population with a choice of brutal will local dictator or a jihadi movement that was engaged to the soviet. and we have assad playing out the same strategyassad playing the same strategy inside syria. while sort of empower isis by ignoring it along the way and we have putin who made the same mistake. that's not going to make the situation safer for anyone. it's going to make the war longer, more coastly, bloody and increase the flow of refugees into europe and surrounding regions. >> losts to think about. we'll talk much more about this issue. we'll be right back. my name is mark amann.
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volkswagen emission scandal is huge blow. diesel could be in trouble opening the door for the cleanest fuel source of all, hydrogen. jonathan live at toyota headquarters in california. >> reporter: this is the toyota mira. they think it's the future of energy technology. you fuel a hydrogen car much in the same way you fuel a gas car. this is the pump. there's only nine hydrogen stations throughout the state of california where the cars will first hit the road. toyota says if they build the cars, they believe the infrastructure will come.
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listen here. >> infrastructure was a problem for every new technology just like it was a problem for gasoline years ago. they will have stations over the next few years. slowly but surely we'll get there. >> reporter: one of the biggest critics of hydrogen is the battery car maker who is behind the tesla car. he called the technology dumb. experts say there's room in the technology world for batter ri powered and hydrogen power. >> he's not considering the dynamics of a real transportation system. sometimes they require rapid fueling. sometimes require longer range. sometimes require a bigger payload than a battery electric vehicle can provide.
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>> reporter: now toyotas will be delivered to customers starting later this month. even toyota isn't putting all its eggs in this one basket. it's only going to build and sell 3,000 of these hydrogen powered vehicles before the end of 2017. if this is the future for all of us, the future looks a ways off yet. >> as long as you're living close to one of those pump stations, could work. potential new discovery in one of the most ancient places in the world. king tut's tomb could be concealing another great sign.
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in egypt an archaeologist says he may have found the tomb of a queen.
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she might be behind the secret chamber in king tut's tomb. >> thank you for joining us. >> have great day. thanks so much. the first round of air strikes by russian war planes in syria as a showdown threatens between the u.s. and russia. right now we're waiting for a briefing live from the pentagon on those strikes. the pentagon hosting deconflict deconfliction talks. russia as conducted about 20 strikes insisting they are bombing isis targets. the pentagon and witnesses on the ground in syria tell a completely different story saying that doesn't appear to be the case with strikes hitting to the north and east. russian positions ear

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