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what do you think of the democratic debate? follow me on twitter and let me know what you think. thanks for watching everyone. i'm megyn kelly. sean is up next. welcome to a special hiv edition of "hannity". 2016 rivals squared off in las vegas tonight. and we're going to have analysis in just a moment. first, here are the highlights and low lights, depending on which side of the aisle you look at it. take a look. >> i'm a progressive that likes to get things done. >> i believe in a society where all people do well. not just a handful of millionai millionaires. >> look how glad we are to talk about issues that matter most to
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the people. >> you have not been in the united states congress. check it out. >> there is a lot of loose talk going on here. >> you do not have the right to conduct cyber war fair against tens of millions of american citizens. we'll do something about that. >> the republicans and their refrain, big government this, big government that. >> my son was a marine and i was a marine. i am very comfortable i am the most qualified person standing up here today to be your commander in chief. >> i am proud over 30 years of public service, very had no scandal. >> tonight, i want to talk about not my e-mails but what the american people want perfect the next president of the united states. >> enough of the e-mail. let's talk about the real issues facing america. >> we need someone that has the best ethical standards.
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>> secretary clinton do you want to respond? >> joining us here are fox news contributes and winners? losers? >> she was in a room with a bag of rocks so you have to win. >> it's so true. so god awful. >> as an american, really it was awful. she won clearly it was structured that way. bernie sanders was up there, you know, helping her with the e-mails so this is the best the democrats can do. they're in trouble. she will, unless biden gets in the midst she will be the nominee. we've got a lot of talent and we know that they're up against. >> we have chafee, o'malley, and dumb, dumber, dumbest then a
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73-year-old angry socialist. i don't see anyone beating hillary. if i'm joe biden i'm saying i'm jumping in tonight admit night. >> i think that tammy is right. it's a false positive for hillary clinton. she won the night but that is like saying the tallest man is going to bet the basket. martin o'malley, i had no idea he was that dull. >> it was painful. >> how did he get elected anything? >> i don't know. >> and lincoln chafee? the only republican incumbent i campaigned against and now, people know why. he is an empty head. so false positive except for the irony of her condemning edward snowden for allowing information to fall into the wrong hands.
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>> wow. sitting in a jail, i tweeted out jail? really? hillary some classified information? great analogy. >> that was hillary. >> i thought that was bob barker standing there on the stavenlg. >> all right. leslie, we're not trying to beat up on you here. you're a friend. but, obama will accumulate more debt than any other president combined. that is $20 trillion if debt. we have $120 trillion in unfunded liabilities. we're going to have free college, family leave paid for. health care, health care for children should be free. we're going to expand social security. childhood education. a new, new deal hillary said. then we're going to expand the cost and payments for medicare and social security. expand it for the poor. in state college tuition for illegals and undocuments workers
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they get obamacare subsidy. how are you going to pay for that? >> not in that order. first of all, you know this is a debate, obviousry for people like me. and not for you guys. >> it's not- >> no. no. >> this is a primary debate, preaching to the choir. democrats are very left of center. >> how will you possibly, wait a minute. how will the country that has ten, now $20 trillion in debt, pay for he this social welfare they've laid out? free college for undocumented immigrants? free health care? free everything? how are you going to pay for that? >> one of the things you have to as republicans give hillary credit for is that she gave power to the states.
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>> how are the states? >> i'm not running for office, sean. i am not running for office. the plan hillary set forth as well as bernie with regard to free college with hillary clinton's man outlined a bit of tonight she talked about a reduction in interest rates for those borrowing then -- >> more money, more taxpayer dollars. >> going to get college to pay for it? >> that is not unlike a democratic proposal. >> class warfare discussion of income inequality. i want to remind my audience the top 1% of wage earners in america pay over 50% of the the taxes. bottom 50% pay 0. federal income tax. if you look into this, bottom 50% pay nothing. listen. >> the middle class of the country for the last 40 years has been disappearing.
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millions of americans are working longer hours for low wages, yet, almost all of the new income and wealth being created is going to the top 1%. >> so that companies share profits with the workers who helped make them. then we have to figure out how we're going to make the tax system a fairer one. right now, wealthy pay too little. >> close the gap between haves and have-nots. >> what are they going to do? confiscate peoples wealth? >> it is classic central planning. this is what leftists around the world do. it's the kind of planning that destroys countries, go check out cuba. check out venezuela. there is a reason it's the former soviet union. things are changing around the world. liberals are trying to save their own countries in the
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european union what. we've seen here in this debate, and leslie is right this, is a message to the democratic party which has gone so far left they're falling off the cliff. >> they are. >> and there is bernie sanders saying come this way. the american people watch likely did not like what they saw. >> but there is a mass problem. i agree that that is how the american people see this debate. every republican starts out with new york without new jersey. with out votes from california, oregon, washington, maybe, probably. but won't get pennsylvania. when is the republican presidential candidate going to win michigan? wisconsin? they have to struggle to get new hampshire. iowa. new mexico, nevada, north carolina, virginia, ohio and florida. they have to run the tables to win. >> but the difference is, sean, people are interested and i hear about these debates over the primary election. people are interested in our debates. i'm going to do a debate special with the next two cmn debates.
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>> they're going to let you spe speak? >> they're going to be ten times as many he -- people watching. >> bernie sanders. >> you have ten times as many candidates. that is why. >> we're going to turn the states around because we have answers. did you notice that the former secretary of state could not talk about libya? could not talk about syria? about russia. do not talk about china. could not talk about the arab spring. could not talk about isis. she wanted to talk about the record that is undefensible. >> we were not watching the same debate. i saw her speak about china, clearly speak about -- i -- frankly that is where she gained a lot of points. senator sanders surprise immediate with some of the foreign policy talk. i think she showed her
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experience over the other candidates. >> i have to give anderson credit of bringing up ben gaz yeechl the fact we had americans die there. she said yes. i'll get back to that. you know what? she never did. >> these are issues in a general election campaign, and the flip flops. hillary clinton, 2008, hillary clinton 2012, on guns, immigration, and a variety of issues is a different person. she's trying to co-op to the left. >> anderson cooper's first question is there anything you will not do to get elected? she did not answer that. >> best sequence of the night. after that, it was down hill. >> thank you for being with us. >> there was no mud slinging. >> coming up, going one on one with dnc communications director. >> tonight, i want to talk not about my e-mails but what the
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american people want from the next president of the united states. >> hillary clinton trying to brush away the server scannal. did it work? ed henry standing by live at the wynn and a democratic candidate will come on the program. lincoln chafee agreed to be with us, shocking. don't miss it. big day?
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>> i'm taking responsibility for it. i did say it was a mistake. what i did was allowed by the state department but wasn't the best choice. i have been as transparent as i know to be, turning over 55,000 pages of e-mails, but tonight i want to talk about what the
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american people want from the next president of the united states. >> i think the secretary is right. that that is that the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you, thank you. >> that is hillary clinton and bernie sanders trying to brush her server scandal under the rug. this isn't just about hillary's e-mails but her honesty, and whether or not she cared about keeping the country's national security secret safe from hackers. she talked about 55,000 pages not 33,000 e-mails she deleted. there are people in the obama administration that have been brought into a courtroom and charged for mishandling of class bid information. i this that is relevant. >> you have that.
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you have president obama suggesting this is a legitimate issue and hillary clinton will have to answer for with the american electorate. what the president is pointing at is look, in the short term, hillary clinton got a boost because we're talking about the democratic primary. the democratic nomination. when you have bernie sanders giving her a wet kiss, a hug, throw his arms around her, and say i'm tired of this e-mail issue, let's move on and the crowd roars that is good for her in this phase. i talked to a chief pollster and they're thinking her poll numbers are stabilizing and there is a floor developing for her. for a while it was almost a free fall in terms of poll numbers and drip, drip of scandal.
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and take a look at how she tried to turn the corner here by using the mccarthy comments to brush away her upcoming testimony. not just about the debate she's going before the benghazi committee. here is how she tried to turn a weakness into a strength. watch. >> this committee is basically an arm of the republican national committee. it is a partisan vehicle as admitted by the house republican majority leader mr. mccarthy, to drive down my poll numbers. surprise. >> my point is that tonight she was speaking to the democrats in that room, and the democrats that will be voting in the key states in the primary. that may be very good for her. however, long term, sean, when you have an fbi criminal investigation looming, blaming this on mccarthy, talking about
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the benghazi committee may not be enough for her. final point is that she continued to move left on keystone and defending herself on trait tonight. again, that may help her, stabilize numbers and lock up the democratic nomination but could be moving her so far left, that it makes it harder for her in a general election both on the trust issue and the e-mail and policy issues. she's moved pretty far left, sean. >> part of the exchange we didn't air, she admitted it's a legitimate investigation because of the fbi and inspector general. they talk about a bottom in poll numbers she dropped ten points in a week. 40 paints in the stay of virginia. how much lower can anyone go? >> well, that is a fair question, but i point out, look what she's running against.
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if she had stronger competition, maybe all of a sudden those numbers would suggest she's going down hill, fast, but one, yes. bernie sanders is doing well in new hampshire. and iowa. in super tuesday southern states, clinton camp thinks they'll clean up there. my point is that in this field, compared to the republican field where you have more competition, a lot more competition there, it's just her against bernie sanders and whether vice president biden will get in, i was talking to dan pffier. is it an opening for him or not? >> joining us with more, doug
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shone. good to see you. you came in smiling. . >> i did. >> you've been telling me this o'malley, chafee and webb, nobody is going to touch her. and 73-year-old socialist. i now must agree with you. >> yes. bernie sanders put away his chance to take on the major issue. it should have been discussed. he allowed hillary to pivot away on a singular night. >> i think biden could challenge her. i tend to agree that hillary
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clinton is going to get the nomination. >> tonight it was fear and loathing comes to las vague wras. as much loathing for hillary clinton there was more fear. there was nonaggression tactics. now, i'm not calling any candidates bums but this is -- like an -- >> this is what we call -- >> i know. when you say and about socialists. then give a pass to hillary clinton an the crowd goes wild and cnn backs off on benghazi and e-mails. that is a verification of bad behavior. what the heck is that about? is this a real debate? oer? >> there was a clear winner
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tonight. donald trump. you don't get to be a better candidate by getting a pass from moderators and opponents. everybody gave her a pass. it's easy to tell when nobody challenges you. >> you know there is a list of leslie marshal and obama will double the national debt and that is coupled with climate change and i'm thinking i'm liking what i see here. >> i repositioned bill clinton. as a moderate. hillary clinton i think she's going to get the nomination will move back to center and come out with a tax reform plan and plan to balance the budget.
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>> she's not bill clinton. she doesn't have his charm and warmth. she can't give a speech like obama. >> true. that is true. she cannot take on a baller. someone like trump will take her to the cleaners because he's a baller. >> and and you know it's a different time. >> different time. >> and you know when they banked, oh, oh. the chair of the dnc. are you happy with me now? are you happy now? come on. >> cnn set up the republican debate for it. and these guys do not set up a brawl. they didn't want a brawl. >> yes. i agree. i agree.
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>> peter just hit the nail on the head. >> in the tank. in the tank. >> that was boring and dull, lifeless. and uninspirinuninspiring. >> exactly what she wants. >> thank you. >> what democratic socialism is saying anything moral and wrong that the top one tenth of one percent own over 90% as much wealth as the bottom 90%. >> the 73-year-old bernie sanders explaining why he's proud to call himself a socialist. and i go one on one with the socialist director, and we'll check in with the ever so lively lincoln chafee, straight ahead.
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>> it saying it's immoral and wrong that the top one tenth of 1% own over 90%. we need to strengthen and expand instant background checks. do away with a gun show loophole. what we need to do is create millions of jobs. rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure, raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. the only way we transform america and do the thing that's the middle class and working class need is through a political revolution. >> theys are just some of the redistribution comments made by bernie sanders tonight.
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here with reaction is louis miranda. come on the show more often. >> i'd love to. >> a lot came up about what pays what. a lot of attacks against corporate america, wall street. top 1%. very a question for you. do you know how much the top 1% pays in income taxes? what percentage they pay? . >> i don't think it's a tax as simply looking forward in a way -- >> i asked you a question. what percentage does that 1% you kept talking about pay in federal taxes? do you know? do you know? >> all of our candidates are talking about creating a safety net. having an economy that works. barack obama has been good for wall street, creating an economy that is helping. >> about 15 million more
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americans are on food stamps and poverty. we have the lowest participation rate. median family income is down about $5,000. are you saying that is a good record sf. >> you started out saying that you would like to have me on more often. i agree. your audience needs to hear different perspectives. think need to hear 750,000 -- >> just answer my questions, i'm not -- >> we have 15 million. >> i asked a question. >> 57% job growth. >> 15 million more americans in poverty and on food stamps. $5,000 reduction in median income, 40% health care costs increase this year. accumulating more debt than any other president before him, combined. are you making a case that that is a good economic record? . >> i think you're being selective about the records
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you're looking up. >> selective? selective? >> you've seen that democrats have been better in terms of balancing budgets. >> barack obama. when he was a candidate, barack obama said george bush borrowing money from the bank of china in the name of our kids is $9 trillion in debt is irresponsible. >> he agree sean there are. >> he accumulated more debt than any other president before him combined. is he responsible? unpatriotic, sir? >> this is debt he's inherited. >> it happened on his watch. >> if you look at the statistics, looking at the facts, you see democrat presidents have been better for the economy, wall street, better for deficit reduction than republicans and let's face it. george w. bush exploded the budget and deficit. >> talking about george bush?
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>> the war in iraq. >> tell the american people what happened, what happened under the last administration that led to us a place where you needed to have barack obama come in. >> since he's been president. >> 13 million people have jobs now. >> let me educate you. he will accumulate when he leaves office, more debt than every other president before him combined and he said $9 trillion was irresponsible and you want to blame george bush for the debt obama accumulated? he's been president seven years. the buck should stop with him. >> any one of your viewers can think back to when foreclosures were running rampant. families were devastated. what happened? we have a record of real
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results. >> one more question. simple last question. i pay as a new york resident between federal, state, sales, property taxes, $0.62 of every dollar goes to government. am i paying my fair share? >> what we have to do is make sure -- >> am i paying my fair share? >> i don't know the facts of your finances. >> property tax is the second highest in the country. about $0.62 of every dollar. do you think i'm paying my fair share? >> we have to make sure is that if you're paying your fair share it's going to building up a system that is -- >> are you capable of answering any questions? >> it's hard to have a discussion with you. you answer your own questions.
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>> i am answering your question. >> i understand your frustration. >> understand my frustration? >> not giving us a chance to layout what the record really is. >> accumulated more debt than any president before him combined. wake up. >> that is not true, sean. and you know it. >> and it was, you're not part of reality here. >> with reality is that barack obama and democratic leadership has been good for the economy. that is what we saw tonight. a field of candidates that is going to do that. opposed to going back to policy that's left wall street crumbling. that is the reality people were living was. i wanted your audience to hear that. >> the lowest participation rate since the 70s. more americans in food stamps and median income is down. yeah. i want them to know the truth. thank you for being with us. when we come back, carl cameron
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barack obama on the economy? >> considering what he inherited he's got to have an a. i mean the polls crashed the economy. rhode island was one of the worst in the country. rhode island and nevada got hit hardest on the chin. president obama turned it around. we're seeing slow growth in the right direction. >> governor, look. i think you should review it. since obama has been president seven years, we now have literally 46 million americans on food stamps. 50 million americans in poverty. 95 million americans out of the labor force. the lowest race since the 70s, median income down merely $5,000. health care costs this year going up nearly 40% across the board. what part of -- and will have doubled the debt.
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how is that good? >> well, first let's go back. i was a republican. i left the party because they abandoned fiscal responsibility. tax cuts we couldn't afford. a prescription drug benefit we couldn't afford. earmarks we couldn't afford. >> i understand. >> republican senate, republican house broke the bank. >> i agree with some of that criticism. but since obama has been president, he will accumulate more debt than every other president before him, combined. he's the president. the buck stops with him, right? >> getting people back to work, we had one of the best years for unemployment so that is a positive thing. >> 95 million americans out of the labor force? >> it's slow but better than what it was, for sure.
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it was bad. >> we heard a lot about the 1% this is not a quiz. do you know what percentage of federal income tax the 1% pays? >> it's high. >> top 10% pay about 80%. bottom 50%, what percentage of the federal income tax bill do you think they pay? >> yeah. but the point is -- the wealthiest are still doing just fine. they're doing just fine. the 1% are doing fine. >> okay. so the question -- >> it's in the wealthy's best interest to have a strong middle class. >> i started out my adult life with no money. i lived in rhode island i had 0, $200 in the old stone bank. and i had bank statements to prove it. so, tell me, out of every --.
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>> i know what that is like, too. >> out of every dollar a rich person makes what percent do you think is fair should go state government? property taxes? income taxes? sales taxes? what point do you say enough is enough? is it $0.50 out of every dollar? $0.80 out of every dollar? give me a number. >> you've gone all over the range, including sales tax and everything in there. you look at other countries and what they do, and the strength of their middle class that, is what you want in any community. >> when all is said and done, how much should a rich person be allowed to keep? >> what is the definition of a rich person? >> well, top, say top 5% of wage earners. >> okay. so we're talking about over $500,000? >> yes. >> no. >> probably over 200,00$200,000.
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it depends. so maybe 60%. >> they should be able to keep $0.40 out of every dollar? >> we have to pin this down closer. my tax proposal for those making over $750,000 will pay 45%. that is my proposal. >> they'll have property taxes and ends up being $0.75 goes to government. do you think that is fair? >> well, not every state has income tax. >> all right. new york does. 9.9%. >> yes. have you to add that to the 45%, then. >> then 55, so property taxes. >> $0.40 out of every dollar. hang on. wait a minute. just be clear. that is over $750,000. hang on. i'll give it to you. >> give it to the government. hand it over. why should i work?
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okay. >> governor? appreciate you being on. >> thank you. >> appreciate it. >> thank you. >> tonight, 2016, donald trump live during the debate tweeted quote, sorry there is no star in the state tonight. and very scripted and rehearsed two should not be on the stage. joining me now is campaign carl cameron. >> it's clear donald trump didn't think jim webb had stakes tonight. martin o'male gave shots to hillary clinton. it may show a path tohill if she is the nominee. but it's worth noting that both bernie sanders and martin o'malley came to hillary clinton's defense tonight on the
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e-mail controversy. this is tantamount to a capitulation for bernie for bernie sanders to say it's a nothing burger for lack of a better term, is a tremendous cap cap cap cap cap capitulation and it is a sign the e-mail controversy is one democrats will fight for. perhaps because they think it is her biggest liability. >> thank you. and these are all 20s, 1, 2, 3, 4 for the government. one for me. 1, 2, 3, 4, for the government, one for me. 1, 2, 3, 4, for the government. one for me. coming up, more reaction from democratic socialist redistribution, tax the 1%, evil
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welcome back to hannity here with reaction to the democratic
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debate. good to see you. reaction. by the way, some people on twitter mad at me because i counted four for the government and one for me. you're just showing off. $20 bills. >> you know what's fascinating, you watch these debates and these ideas they have are utt utterly ridiculous. this motion of taking all your money and giving it to someone else. >> they're talking about sharing profits. we're going to confiscate money from corporations and say, here, we'll give it to you. >> there seems no limit to it. give away. sort of like christmas in october. >> you say it well. >> does the woman who dropped 40 points in virginia and 10 points in the week nationally among this weak fieldy she looks good but does that play out in a national campaign against the republicans? >> she's got to get by two things. the benghazi committee and joe
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biden. two bs. we'll see whether biden runs, although i don't think he was encouraged to tonight necessa necessarily. >> why not? >> that benghazi hearing october 22nd, that's a critical day for her maybe more pressure than this debate. >> larry, why not encourage him? >> joe biden wasn't encouraged tonight, for one thing -- i was really shocked by this -- unless i missed something, joe biden's name never came up. he wasn't mentioned by any candidate and wasn't mentioned by the moderators. >> larry. i'm sorry. you want to respond to that? >> i think joe biden is watching the poll numbers more than anything and watching the debate and if she flopped, i think it would be a great opportunity to pick up the phone and say, i'm in. she's moving with single women, she's moving with people she needs to show up at the poll. she's not stupid. >> i'm trying to be objective.
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i don't find her likable. most americans don't find her honest and trustworthy. let me bring charlie in. >> agree. she's very hard to find very likable. the truth of the matter is during that debate she absolutely manhandled the entire stage. bernie sanders will probably raise a lot of small donations. the only real challenge she got the entire night was from chafee. when he's your attack dog, you're doing pretty well. >> i was struck by the question did you see benghazi coming, she did not answer that question and went on about smart power in libya and da gaffefy and chafee said didn't you see the benghazi attack. >> am i the only one who found this a painful thing to watch? >> i hate to be the 2001 say it, marco rubio has the right
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attitude to take her on. >> are you endorsing him? >> i like him. i studied her debate style. she's cool, calm and collected. her feathers would be ruffled by somebody with the right ideas. >> the polls show trump, who's the best person against hillary? larry? >> i can tell you who the clinton people are most concerned about. they're concerned about marco rubio and john kasich. i think they're particular lly frightened by a ticket of those two in either order. >> thank you for being with us. appreciate it. coming up next our question of the day straight ahead. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. i earn unlimited 2% cash back on everything i buy for my studio. ♪ and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means thousands of dollars each year going back into my business...
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an episode. we take attendance and hurts us if you're not here. breaking tonight, the first democratic debate wrapped up with new fire works, sort of in the 2016 race for the white house. welcome to "the kelly file" everyone. it's the first time all democratic candidates are appearing together and tonight in las vegas, former secretary of state hillary clinton, vermont senator bernie sanders, former virginia senator jim webb, former rhode island governor lincoln chafee and mrs. clinton took on a grilling on everything from support to the iraq war. >> it was like a gentle saute. senator sanders got s


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