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hope you do, too. thank you to all those military families out there. shannon bremen. good night. "on the record" is next. trump, the troublemaker that's tonight "on the record." get ready for donald trump mischief and it is at the expense of the democrats debating tonight. donald trump is not going to be on the debate stage in sin city but is he sure going to be there in spirit. he just cannot stop himself. billionaire businessman announcing he will live tweet and post on facebook throughout the entire debate. >> that was good because she gave the casino -- she gave the hotel, it's a beautiful hotel, tallest building in las vegas. she gave it great publicity. in a certain way it was good. >> so when he this were period of protesting and hillary clinton says you don't hear the cries of the common man, you say what? >> well, it's not really them. it's people that they they have from the union from outside. they come in and they protest. so it's not really them.
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the people in the building have been very happy. don't forget the union has been trying this for about two or three years and they have been failing every time. >> all right. this coming just one day after former secretary of state hillary clinton put trump in her crosshairs speaking in front of vegas' trump international hotel. >> some people think mr. trump is entertaining but i don't think it's entertaining when somebody insults immigrants, insults women. that is just unacceptable behavior. so when we are steered together in solidarity to organize, we also want to send a message to mr. trump that if you are going to run for president, then you should represent all the people of the united states. [cheers and applause] hard working people. >> so how much of tonight's debate will be dominated by the new clinton/trump feud? editor and chief laura ingraham and also the star of talk radio and democratic presidential candidate
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dennis kucinich join us. laura, first to you. trump vs. hillary. >> he knows how to dominate a stage that he is not even on. it's amazing. right? obama goes on "60 minutes," trump talks about what a disaster on "60 minutes" compared to his performance. hillary and the gang ready to let loose in vegas. trump is like they really would prefer for me to be on stage to have a real audience but he will be live tweeting the event. i think there will be moments where more people will be following trump on twitter and facebook than watching the debate. it's brilliant branding on his part. dominating a stage that you are not part of you are not on. how many politicians would have the brains or strategy to do this? i don't know how many. your thoughts on this? >> laura is right about her assessment but how it is still about trump while hillary clinton made a good
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move in appealing to the culinary workers union be which is very well organized and very persuasive and effective in nevada, there still is this larger picture of the focus on trump going into the debate. and i think that this evening secretary clinton is going to have to expand her vision for america. and while it's generally true that the best defense is a good offense, she can't spend that much time talking about donald trump. >> what's your biggest weakness going into the debate? she clear slay frontrunner in the democratic party. >> other than being untrustworthy and unlikeable, i can't think of a thing. >> the democratic audience loves her. >> despite all the talk about biden does better than she does. i would still put my money on the clintons. two families that still have inordinate influence in politics the bushes and the clintons. both of them have still a lot of power regardless of some of these shaky numbers.
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i still think she is the person to pete. i don't think she is terrific debater. i don't think that's her strength. her strength is more these choreographed events. i think you will see some momentary genius from bernie sanders on issues that really resonate, trade. for it and now against it. she agrees with trump on trade. i think bernie is going to have a lot of fun on that and the other two guys i don't know who they are. lincoln chafee, is he really showing up? >> before we get to the questions dennis quickly to you at home i don't want to i don't know what you think. who do you think will win the first democratic bebait? tweet the candidate's name with the #greta. we will share the results throughout the show. two other empty podiums that would be trump and vice president biden what do they do to shake up things and push themselves forward and at least make a strong showing tonight? >> well, i think with bernie
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sanders he is going to fin to articulate his program for economic reform, challenge to wall street and special interest. and given the fact that he is -- his has resonated so powerfully with the democratic base. there will be a lot of attention paid to what senator sanders says. the rest of the field, keep an eye on governor o'malley. i mean, he is personable. he is former governor. is he bright. he could have a break out moment. jim webb is very talented and powerful. senator clinton she is experienced at this. i had had had the opportunity to be in debates with secretary clinton and she is composed. she is thoughtful but she is also programmed. and, you know, we will see how that works out tonight. >> all right. tonight before the debate even starts there are new problems for secretary clinton. she may be the democratic
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frontrunner but she is not fairing so well against republicans. a brand new fox news poll shows if the election were held today hillary clinton would lose to dr. ben carson, donald trump, jeb bush and carly fiorina. dr. ben carson proving to be the strongest competition topping clinton 15 -- 50 to 399. >> i don't think it's great for hillary right now. i have to say when the democrats all get behind hillary, i'm sounding like i'm flacking for hillary here. but when the obamas are out there for hillary and all of hollywood is out there for hillary and bikini is out there --' bill clinton is out there for hillary, whoever is up against hillary has to be formidable candidate with a flanks of people and supporters behind him or her and who is unafraid. and so, i mean, we can talk about how joe biden is the answer. >> congressman kucinich, what does vice president joe biden, what's he looking for
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tonight? i imagine this will have some impact on his decision to get in or not. >> i think the only way that joe biden gets into this race is if hillary clinton literally steps aside. then he is n a heart beat. other than that, i would be very surprised because it's -- if you look at the polls that have been taken, is he still a distance from secretary clinton. i think that the nation appreciates joe biden. people love joe biden. but, as a candidate, he may find that it's -- at this late date it might be a steep climb. >> joe biden will never be as popular as he is right now. why not go out like jerry seinfeld and johnny carson at the top. dennis, laura, thank you both. many americans, especially those on the left have already crowned hillary clinton. tonight is critical for the other democratic candidates. big chance to shake hillary clinton out of first place. white house correspondent ed henry is live in vegas.
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ed? >> great to see you, greta. it is make or break for some of the democrats who are in single digits. as you were just talking, hillary clinton has all of these problems from the emails to the clinton foundation. the flip-flops on actual policy issues beyond any personal scandals or issues like that. nevertheless, martin o'malley, are jim webb. lincoln chafee, they are not getting anywhere. they have gotten almost no traction. this is the first time they have a chance to really introduce themselves to millions of voters who have made herds just very little from news reports. so i think there is a lot on the line for them but that also puts hillary clinton on defense. because when you are such a low point in the polls, some of these folks at that end of the spectrum, they are going to throw punches, they are not going to be shy about hitting her. i would stress and delineate they are unlikely the democratic candidates to hit her on emails. let the moderators do that on cnn. more likely go after
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flip-flops on things like trade where she has been in the eyes of someone like bernie sanders johnny come lately. other issue i would flag i just spoke to antonio, the mayor of los angeles. a he key supporter of hillary clinton. especially with hispanic voters and he admitted even if she wins tonight it's a long way from getting this nomination. listen. >> this is going to be a long slog. hillary clinton has been in slogs before. she is going to campaign in iowa and new hampshire. in every state where she needs to convince the electorate and the american people that we need someone, who can bring us together. >> i think what team clinton is very clearly signaling, not just there but in private conversations i have had here on the ground in vegas with some of her top advisors is even if she does well tonight, she has a long way to get this nomination. she is trailing in some polls with bernie sanders in iowa.
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not all of them. in new hampshire she is trailing by double digits to sanders. she could lose iowa and/or new hampshire and put all her marshalls on the southern stays where she thinks she will do better on super tuesday. even if she comes up strong tonight she has a long way to go to get this nomination. if she has a rough performance she is going to face a lot of critics in the party saying maybe vice president joe biden needs to get in. >> our viewers and twitter poll say right now bernie sanders is going to be the big winner tonight. we haven't heard yet. stand by for our big poll. thank you. everyone in the country knows hillary clinton but when was the last time voters saw her up on the debate stage all the way back in 2008 during her first run for the senate. >> i don't mind taking hits on my record, on issues, but when somebody starts throwing mud, at least we can hope that it's both accurate and not right out of the republican playbook. >> what can you say to the voters of new hampshire on this stage tonight who see your resume and like it but are hesitating on the
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likability issue? >> well, that hurts my feelings. [ laughter ] >> i don't think i'm that bad. >> you are likeable enough. >> thank you. >> you talked about ronald reagan being a transformative political leaders. did i not mention his name. >> i'm here he is not. >> i can't tell who i'm running against. >> i was fighting against those ideas when you were practicing law and representing your contributor, rezko and his slum landlord business in inner city, chicago. >> no, no, no, no, no. >> and your comments about being under sniper fire in bosnia. >> i may be a lot of things but i'm not dumb. a couple over he occasions in the last weeks i just said some things that weren't in keeping with what i knew to be the case, you know, i'm embarrassed by it i have apologized for it it i said it was a mistake. >> lifting whole passages from someone else's speeches is not change you can believe. in it's change can you xerox. >> the "on the record" political panel is here from
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the daily beast betsy woodruff and "boston globe" matt -- what do you expect to be riveting? >> i'm interested in how hillary clinton does. it's interesting in looking back in the 2000 -- 2008 clips. she is heading in this debate as n. a similar position as a dominant frontrunner and sort of how does she handle that? how do the rest of the candidates respond to her? how does bernie sanders do? can martin o'malley do anything? >> betsy? >> i'm expecting her to use republicans as a way of cloaking some sneak attacks. back in 2008, one thing that she charged against obama was that republicans were going to go after him because of his connections to jeremiah wright and bill ayers. she says not just on her but just a vulnerability because of republicans. i expect she will say something to that effect regarding bernie sanders and socialism. she doesn't want to criticize him or say he is too far left she will be able to say even though i agree with him on xyz republicans are going to be mad is he a socialist. blame him is he a socialist.
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>> i think she is going to be acting like this is more of a general election debates. hillary clinton knees to be going after the republicans and of course trump is -- she has already gone after him. that's a good one yonk she wants to pick a fight with the other democrats tonight. >>. no you will hear a lot about her resume and her experience. something you don't hears a much about on the republican side where there are these outsider candidates who are driving a lot of the energy in the republican party and the democratic side. >> i think that hurts bernie sanders the resume bit. he has been in congress and government fomp. i guess if i were going to hit him hard or compete with him. have you actually gotten any of your ideas into law? and what have you you done? that would be my first thing to hit bernie sanders with. >> when it comings to results bernie sanders accomplishment list is extremely short. hillary clinton can say i might not be as far left as bernie but i have gotten stuff done. sanders has been on the hill forever. i don't think there is a
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single piece of legislation he has chomp i don't knowed that has become law. talk all day about the big banks but as far as accomplishments very slim. >> do you think the democratic audience because this is a play to the democratic nomination do they care? >> i don't think they care nearly as much as a electorate. i don't think it comes up for many of the candidates. i think the moderators bring it up. bernie sanders i don't think has much of a reason to bring that up martin o'malley has been nice to hillary. >> this his chance to breakout or not. big chance for him. either sink or swim. >> so far he has not taken that opportunity. this is biggest stage yet where he can take that but i don't know that he will. >> i highly doubt it it martin o'malley's line has been confusing at best. are you to the left or right of hillary clinton? he likes to say i'm not to her left or right i'm to her forward on a grammatical level that doesn't make sense. he doesn't want to attack
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hillary and differentiate himself in a compelling way. that's why his poll numbers are so bad. >> he is winning and got 7% on our screen right now. that's as likelihood -- 7% of the voters say he is going to win not the worst but not the best by any means. anyway, betsy, matt, both stick around i need to see you in a minute. gab gabbard says it's because she asked for more debates. the committee has denied that it told gabbard to stay away from the debate tonight. congresswoman gabbard goes "on the record." new major in the army national guard. is that right? have you been promoted yesterday to major? >> yes. it was very special and moving ceremony. >> well, congratulations and i should also say aloha, now, tell me. >> aloha.
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>> what is the problem here? because debbie wasserman schultz says you are not disinvited. were you disinvited from the debate or not? >> greta, yes, i was. and i will leave it at that we are about to kick off the debate here shortly and i think it's important for us to focus on the variety of very substantive and important issues that the american people are concerned about and are facing our country. >> you weren't disinvited because there was some particular spat but rather because you thought there should be more debates in the democratic party and that apparently has rubbed the chairman the wrong way. is that a fair statement? >> greta, you know, i have been very public and vocal about my belief in democracy and my strong feeling not only should there be debates and opportunities to hear from our presidential candidates but also that this excluflt-exclusivity
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clause should be removed. focus on the presidential candidates taking the stage here shortly and talking about the issues that the american people are concerned about i know one issue that's on the top of my mind if i can bring it up here is what's happening right now in syria. what's happening in the middle east. we just heard news yesterday about the administration dropping 50 tons of weapons in syria. we have no confidence whose hands those weapons are going into. all we do know is that they will will end up in the hands of one stripe of islamic extremist or another. these are the people fighting to overthrow rah -- assad. i think it's important for the candidates to answer the question tonight do you support -- what is your position on working with our enemy al qaeda news are a and al news are -- isis, al
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qaeda, these islamic extremist groups will take over and we will see a humanitarian disaster like never before and a greater threat to our country and the world. >> all right. congresswoman, i just want to say one thing in reference to the spat and i'm not going to beat a dead horse i'm team gabbard on this one i think more debates are great. democrats and republican ought to have more debates. i'm with you on that one. you will be watching tonight, right? >> i will be watching tonight, greta. i want to mention one more issue i have been vocal about in congress. that is the issue of kurds who have been our most effective ground fighting force in the fight against isis both in iraq as well as in syria. we have got a situation here where turkey has been targeting these very same kurds. they have been targeting and dropping hundreds and hundreds of bombs, attacking these ground fighters who have been those who have been most effective against
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isis. the fact that the administration has stood silently by and allowed this to happen, including nato, i think it's important for those candidates on the stage tonight to address this situation and to address how they will approach this and taking action. >> all right. well, i have a wish list. i wish they would talk about president of sudan breashear -- bashir. nice to see you and we will all be watching. thank you. >> thanks, greta, aloha. >> and things are really heating up in israel and certainly not good. another horrific attack in israel caught on camera live in jerusalem next. plus, if you are going to break the law, here is some free advice. do not stream live video of you doing it online. one young woman finding that out the hard way. that's coming up.
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oconor powell is live in jerusalem. conor? >> yeah, greta. another day of violence, another day of blood shed but today's attacks even more brutal and vicious than what we have seen in recent
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weeks. two palestinian plenty opening fire -- men opening fire on a bus today stabbing passengers as they fled the scene. israeli shot and killed one of the attackers while the other was tackled to the ground. and then around the same time in another part of jerusalem a palestinian driver rammed his car into a crowded bus stop he then got out and started stabbing people, attacking people with a meat cleaver it was a very, very brutal attack. three israelis were killed in multiple attacks today. tensions have been on the rise since this summer after violent clashes erupting between israelis and palestinians at the compound holy site is special to both. pushed for jews to pray there they are only allowed to visit the site and not openly pray.
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the effort to expand the jewish presence at this site has really set off and enraged palestinian who think they are trying to take over the site. prime minister netanyahu has defended the status quo agreement basically saying that it will stay the same. one thing that's important to note other like other violent uprisings, israeli officials are saying these are individual lone wolf attacks they are not coordinated. prime minister netanyahu has called in his blamed the palestinian authority for this violence: right now the palestinian authority is cooperating and helping with security coordination to keep the situation from getting worse. >> conor, thank you. one college goes viral demanding all things mac and
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the "on the record" legal panel is here. katy phang and former homicide detective ted williams. ted, to you. >> this is a young man that has a serious problem and one of the problems is the disease of alcohol, it appears. but he is also someone who has shown no respect for authorities. i believe that the judge should intervene here but i would not give this kidney jail time. i think he needs some help with alcohol here i do realize he had two previous incidents at other universities. i don't think an apology is enough. >> i watched his apology on youtube. i thought it was heart felt and it was a recognition that he has a problem with alcohol. but what did you think? >> three strikes and you are out. twice arrested student at the university of massachusetts am hers for disorder will he conduct and breaking the hand of a law enforcement officer. then he decides to change schools and he ends up
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coming over and gets arrested again for disorderly conduct. i understand ted thinks he might have an alcohol problem. so sad, i'm sorry. i don't think that's an excuse. i think he should be connected out of school and do some time. this is the third time he has broken the law. >> you know, i think -- i mean, look, he is young are. that's the thing that worries me more than anything else. he is a kid. he may be an adult by age but that's the thing that bothers me with alcohol at that age. >> well, yeah. he has accepted responsibility even though he is a kid. i do believe alcohol is a disease and it's a treatable one. i think what i would ask is that a court put him in some kind of a did diversion program where he can get help, greta. >> it's funny, katie, i feel very different about the woman in the car. that car is a horrible weapon. i realize this young man can cause damage with his fist. i feel totally differently about the drunk woman who is driving around live
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streaming it throw the book at her. >> there before the grace of god she go. she lucked out by not hurting anybody other than herself. two situations where people have problems with alcohol. but i think the problem is for this particular kid, you know, i agree he is a kid. he is 19 years old. is he is kind of going and giving apology now and maybe it's heart felt but maybe it's not. ultimately see whether the judge is going to throw the book at him or not. >> i think he has time to go to court to prove to the judge is he dead serious about it. doesn't do anything shows up in court youtube video. >> you know they are going to put him in a program. >> how about the woman in the car? >> throw the book. i mean, two books at that woman. ted a and katy, thank you. find out what the judge says when he gets to meet this young man who wanted mac and cheese. passengers on board mh 17
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developing tonight we are learning more about the chilling last moment of passengers on board the doomed malaysian flight 17. a dutch safety board announcing the boeing 727 was shot down by russian missile. the passengers may have remained conscious as they plummeted to their death. benjamin hall filed this report for "on the record." >> this report confirms what some people already suspected that the plane was shot down by a russian made missile system from territory controlled by russian backed separatist. the investigation followed 50 long months of pain taking aanalysis around the crash site as dutch
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authorities collected thousands of pieces of fragments over an area hundreds of miles wide. using these pieces they reconstructed the aircraft. using detailed analysis as well as airline recordings from the pilot's head set they were able to confirm the type of weapon used. here is what the lead investigator told the media. >> states participating in the investigation the conclusion that the crash was caused by this the detonation of a close proximity to the airplane the point this specific type of missile doesn't hit the aircraft just next to it and shrapnel from this specific type was found in the body of the pilot and throughout the fuselage. the report also said that some passengers would have been conscious for a terrifying 90 seconds after impact and that more needed to be done to avoid airspaces over conflict zone it concluded that 168
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commercial planes flew over the area that day the report does not seek to apportion blame. points to russia as the culprit. russia denies this but there is an ongoing criminal investigation to determine who is responsible and until that comes out, the families of those who died may have to wait for closure i a am benjamin hall for "on the record," fox news. >> get ready to speed read the news. a major bombshell in baltimore freddie gray's case the judge ruling that statements made by two of the six officers charged are admissible as evidence. defense lawyers had had argued that the officers were coerced and not aware of their rights when giving those statements. in april 25-year-old freddie gray died of a spinal injury while in police custody. the first of the six officers' trials begins november 30th. no further charges in the shooting death of a memphis police officer. 31-year-old police officer terrence alridge was killed after getting into argument
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tonight's big democratic debate featuring of course secretary of state hillary clinton. don't forget there is another woman in the race for the white house carly fiorina and a brand new fox news poll showing if the election were held today, fiorina would take down clinton 42% to 339%. former new york congresswoman nan goes "on the record." >> thank you. >> this is the first time we are seeing in the polls we have seen a matchup between
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secretary clinton and carly fiorina that carly fiorina would win. this is a big switch at least short-term. this is a perfect indication that hillary clinton represents stale ideas. she is a candidate who is inherently flawed she is viewed as disdishonest. first word that comes to mind. email scandal the indication of that investment which means wasting taxpayers dollars and enriching friends. she means empower government not the people. carly fiorina is a candidate who actually has fresh ideas who wants to empower the american people overturn the status quo. >> do you see this race, 2016, i mean, could it be we have two women come piatting with each other. we would like to see a woman on the top of the ticket not second place but the top. this is extraordinary time. donald trump says he is
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going to be on the republican ticket but do you foresee this as a real possibility? >> he i certainly i foresee it on the republican side. he think carly fiorina has proven herself to be a compelling candidate. someone who clearly has impressive leadership experience, breaking barriers. yes, as a woman leading fortune 20 company, and, you know, versus a hillary clinton, who has done nothing but, unfortunately, be, you know, far less compelling and far less effective in her position than carly fiorina has been as a true business leader. >> why are there -- i probably shouldn't ask you because i'm asking a republican this question. why are there so many republican governors versus democratic women governors. >> lift the burden be of inefficient, ineffective government, something that carly fiorina has spoken about compellingly. the federal government is
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not doing anything well right now. they are curbing the american people, they are taking away opportunities. they are treating us in ways that we don't deserve. >> it's been going down hill. during the republican administration there were lots of problems, too. this country has not been, you know, this has not been a real successful number of years economically. >> well, it's been a terrible time because we have had to contend with president barack obama and we have had to, of course, a tremendous challenge trying to fight the avalanche of regulations coming out of washington. but our republican candidates of course, carly fiorina prominent among them want to lift those burdens. she is a proven leader who has shaken up the status quo and she will do it in washington. >> congresswoman, we will be watching this race, of course, very closely over the next 14 or so months. thank you very much for joining us. >> thanks. we had some news that vice president joe biden has been wondering about. that's straight ahead. don't forget to watch hannity tonight at so:00 p.m.
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well, there is one notable gap on tonight's debate stage vice president joe biden the vice president has not officially announced poll numbers showing he has a real shot to win. brand new fox poll showing if he ran today he would beat donald trump, carlie foreignna, dr. ben carson and webb bush and marco rubio. do you think the president -- i mean the vice president is still undecided or has he decided he is not telling us yet? >> that's a good question. i wish i could read his mind. my guess is he has decided and he has decided to bow out. at this point him jumping in would make so little sense. >> why doesn't he say something? >> he is probably having fun being courted. people is writing about something other than the obama administration is faced with foreign policy. other than grief. this being wanted psychologically something he enjoys.
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it doesn't hurt. >> i think is he is legitimately torn. the way that you hear from people close to him. it sort of changes from sort of day to day. and i think he still torn and looking tonight maybe hillary makes a big mistake. is he waiting for something. something major happens, he is sort of ready. >> i didn't in watching 60 minutes the other night the interview of president obama, i did walk away from that thinking that president obama was 100 percent behind secretary clinton. i thought he jabbed her a couple times. i think that he may be waiting for vice president biden to get in. >> there is real frustration on the white house on hillary clinton and her trade sort of shift and keystone opposition. there is frustration with hillary that there is not that with biden. there probably is a little bit with the weekly luncheons that they have. >> for the viewers there is still time to vote. i want to know what you think. who do you think will win the first democratic debate? have you been tweeting the candidate's name using #greta. here are the live results.
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there there they are. don't forget to vote to continue to vote. betsy, president obama 100 percent behind secretary of state or is he cagey with her. >> very cagey. the fact that in the "60 minutes" interview he said he thought the syrian rebels with that 500-million-dollar expenditure that he thought it was a bad idea. that was a pointed and subtle dig at hillary. that particular. >> it he is the one that pulled the trigger on it. he thought it was a bad idea. why did he do it? >> he threw her under the bus there other people not very effective if you thought it was a bad idea from the get go why did you do it? >> maybe he doesn't have a clue what his foreign policy is so he picks something out of a hat and if it goes bad he says it's somebody else's fault. anyway. >> tonight, i think if we watch for joe biden maybe he starts live tweeting. i think that might be the way. >> look at the poll and webb
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is skyrocketing. thank you both. >> thanks. >> let's all go off-the-record. check this out i took this picture today that is a u.s. post pox in the nation's capitol. it looks like hell. this decay did not happen overnight. it's been neglected and neglected and neglected. makes you wonder. doesn't anyone in the postal service give a damn? no pride? not even in a mailbox? this neglect looks woefulfully familiar even akin to sites i have seen like haiti or landfill in ecuador. why do i care about this? not the end of the world if we have a bad mailbox, right? a picture tells a thousand words. and in a small way this picture says something about our nation or at least washington, it says that we don't even care enough to spend 25 pucks on a bucket of blue paint to spruce up our mailbox with the letters
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us on them. that's a bad message. and by the way, you might want to get a tetanus shot before you mail your next letter that's my off-the-record comment tonight. we did contact the u.s. postal service about the maintenance of mailboxes. the agency claims it reviews the condition of mailboxes annually and follows a he repair process is typically in may following the impacts of winter weather. i'm not convinced. we haven't had winter weather so it is called may inspection it's only october. usps did admit the condition of this mailbox is unacceptable and it says it will be removed and replaced immediately. thanks for being with us. we will see you tomorrow night right here at 7:00 p.m. eastern. you have within voting -- have been voting. there are the results. look who is winning. also tweet me during the debate on twitter at the handle at greta. whatever you do don't send me a letter. i don't think the post office is ever going to
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deliver a piece of mail to me after that last one. the o'reilly factor is next. good night from washington, d.c. the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> would you feel comfortable with donald trump's finger on the nuclear codes? >> last time on cnn the republican candidates were asked 55 questions about each other tonight will the cnn moderators treat the democratic candidates the same way? talking points has a prediction. >> i was constructed in a garage in pal alto. >> hillary clinton feeling a bit jovial before the debate. ed henry with some inside stuff on her preparation.


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