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eastern, donald trump will be here to address the feud and issues of the day. so we'll see you tomorrow, we take attendance and it hurts our feelings if you're not here. see you tomorrow night. tonight: >> i believe that if i were running things, i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> donald trump talking about the 9/11 killers and jeb bush fires back. talking points and charles krauthammer will deal with it. >> i would vote for the nominee of the republican party and i don't believe that is going to be donald trump. >> mitt romney getting a bit more visible but why? we will take a hard look at that question. >> what scares you. >> creepy clowns. >> hillary clinton. >> jesse watters is getting so many dumb answers from american adults. tonight we try the kids. >> do you know who this is? >> stick tall man.
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>> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. more political madness. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the terror attack on 9/11 was caused by a failure of u.s. intelligence. america simply didn't have effective assets on the ground in afghanistan under president clinton and then for a short time under president bush. thus, al qaeda was able to grow in ferocity as the taliban assist ised them. finally launched the atrocious assault that killed 3,000 people and shocked the world. six of the muslim killers violated u.s. immigration law. but 13 were here illegally. that was caused by lax immigration policy so donald trump said this about the al qaeda attackers. >> i'm extremely, extremely tough on illegal
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immigration. i'm extremely tough on people coming into this country. i believe that if i were running things, i doubt those families would have -- i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> mr. trump going on to say that he doesn't blame president bush for 9/11 but he doesn't believe mr. bush kept us completely safe either. jeb bush the president's brother took exception to that my brother responded to a crisis and he did it as you would hope he would do. unite the country, organized our country and kept us safe. there is no denying that majority of americans believe that i don't know why he keeps bringing this up. it doesn't show that he is a serious person as it relates to being commander and chief and being the architect of a foreign policy. >> governor bush is saying that his brother's administration acted quickly to prevent any follow-up attacks and did heavy damage to al qaeda. that's the facts. but the tempest isn't really important, is it? as america faces bunch of new threats that are not
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being adequately addressed by the obama administration. while the trump, jeb bush back and forth may be good copy it serves no purpose. something else i noticed over the weekend was this analysis of hillary clinton by mitt romney. her mistaken perspective on foreign policy has led to the fact that frankly there is no place in the world that i can think of where american interests have been bettered by virtue of hillary clinton having served as secretary of state. that record of the secretary of state, i think, will become the focal point of the debates in 2016 when a republican nominee goes after that record. >> you would vote for donald trump over hillary clinton though? >> i would vote for the nominee of the republican party and i don't believe that's going to be donald trump. that might have been a standard interview by governor romney i suspect there might be something else to play. it is entirely possible that no republican contender will wrap things up in the
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republican primary. in that case the g.o.p. could turn to mitt romney. he received more than 59 million votes last time around. is well known and has establishment support. something to consider. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight reaction. joining us from washington charles krauthammer more perspicacious analysis from me, am i correct? >> yes. i wouldn't exaggerate the use of the word perspicacious. reasonable analysis. that's as far as i would go for at least right now. look, what i think is going on here in substance, i think it's an excuse. i think what trump has successfully done is to bait jeb into a debate that he can only lose. on the other hand, -- on the one hand irrelevant. 13 years ago an issue that might have been raised in 2004 and 2008. relevant to a campaign where george w. is in retirement 13 years later? none. except for one thing jeb
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takes the bait. honorable man, he believes in the family. he also believes in defending what he thinks is right he is dragged into an issue utterly irrelevant. and the beauty of this from trump perspective is increasingly identification of him as a bush dynasty which is not something he wants. he wants to be his own man looking at the future joe bastardi has taken the part because is he honor bound and mistaken that getting into with trump is a way to get attention and a way to get back in the game, a way to look tough. i don't think that is successful i think trump running the most successful reality show in the history of television understands to stay relevant and to stay up there in the polls stay in a position where every show
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wants to have you on for ratings you have to advance the story line once or twice a week. every time he dogs he gets back in the news at the very top. >> let me submit the perspicacious argument. >> most republican voters, i believe, feel that president bush, the younger did a good job after 9/11 with exception of the iraq invasion. if trump is going to run down president bush, i don't know if that helps him among older voters, particularly in a republican party. and it may hurt him. and jeb bush is making the point that, hey, this guy trump, he doesn't know anything about foreign policy. so maybe they get a two for here. >> by that logic, most republicans have total respect for the war record, the sacrifice of john
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mccain. >> it's later trump went after him in a way most people thought republicans would be revolted and some of them were and yet his numbers kept going up. >> more emotion invested in president bush than john mccain. i don't know if it's a slam dunk that it was a mistake for jeb bush to come back that way. he did get more attention than he has gotten in weeks. so you pointed that out he did get attention. and it looks like it's trump vs. bush, which i think bush wants at this point. so the other guys are kind of like, you know, after thought of trump vs. bush. be that as it may. there is good strategic points on both sides. let's get to mitt romney. again, is he showing up and looking presidential. he has the hair perfect again. you know the flags. it is very possible that not
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a real viable candidate will emerge from the republican side and there he is, no? he also has the car elevator and he has actually right now, if he were a candidate or if he were running for anything, he would obviously be shedding the image of the rich guy. trump has destroyed that as a talking point to the end of the time. one of his stores worth more than all of mitt romney. there is nobody in american politics. there is no senior senator. no former candidate. hobby nobody who has come near the presidency who doesn't wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and dream of a dead lock convention and i have heard this story for 40 years. deadlocked look for a white knight on the white horse it never happens. i don't think there will be
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a. the way the primaries are stacked winner take all by march. at that point somebody is going to one run the table. he may have that vision. i'm sure everybody has it every cycle it never happens. >> far left tv network biden gets in this week or at least will make an announcement. do you believe that will happen? >> i think he will. now that his moment has passed he will jump in it's the biden record for the last 40 years. so i expect that he will. >> i sense a little cynicism there. maybe i'm wrong. >> perspicacious personality. >> you are are wrong. it's not a little cynicism. it's a huge amount of cynicism. >> all right. once again, there he is, charles krauthammer. next on the rundown, for this monday, the only thing
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thursday. joining us from washington fox news senior analyst brit hume. do is i have it right, brit? >> you do have it right, bill. i think the security question what was she asked, secretary clinton, and by whom and when and how many times before this attack will be central to the questioning. the other question, of course is, how effective will this hearing be in dealing with her. i would say from long years of covering washington big heim congressional hearings rarely live up to their billing especially one in which the two sides of the committee, the two parties within the committee are so divided as they are here. >> okay. but, mrs. clinton has already put forth her answer it was the responsibility of the quote, unquote, security people of the state department that i don't know whether she is on the record that i don't think she is on othe record as saying i didn't know about ambassador
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stevens' cable, that's the key. did you know about this cable? first question, here it is, july 9th, read the cable. did you know about it? yes or no. she is under oath. start there. stair step up but as you said, i don't know whether these congress people are astute enough to keep it simple, get her locked down. did you know if you did, why wasn't security granted to the ambassador? that's what this is all about. >> right. and i would also add, bill, that the task is complicated by the fact that in the standard format of a congressional hearing, the majority party gets to start and if it's the chairman, he may take a little while for his first round of questions. after that it ping-pongs back and forth between the two guys. >> you can't assume they are going to ask. >> they will ask questions designed to elicit information helpful to her if they can. what happens is you get -- you know, you get a train
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out of thought going and a line of questioning. goes over to the other side and somebody chimes in on her behalf. then it gets back to the other side and new congressman starts and he or she goes off on another line of questioning scatter shock quality to these things with the witness. particularly the witnesses suspect in the case as is true here. so it's -- and she is good at this. she is able. she san able advocate as we saw in the debate last week. >> i want you to be hillary clinton right now, okay or kate mckinnon. so i'm the congressman. madam secretary, did you see the cable that ambassador stevens sent on july 9th, if you did not see it, were you told about it? >> well, all i can see is i have seen it since and i just don't recall whether i saw it at the time. but i was generally aware that there was a question about security there. but it was the thing is you
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see, sir it, really boiled down to not the number of people there but under whose command they would be. >> let me interrupted you for a moment. the ambassador to libya, who you knew appeals for security, extra security for he and his team to travel around the country. it was not provided, isn't it your job to provide it? >> what difference at this point does it make? >> all right, see now, do i have to get elected to congress to ask these questions? look, i know most of the committee members are watching us right now. write that down. that's the crux of the matter that's it don't ask anything else. >> it's hard to believe when all is said and done there won't be any questions about the email controversy. >> let that go at the end though. the email thing is at the end. get established whether the woman knew about the cable and if she did, why she
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didn't provide the security. >> additional fact here too is that the secretary has statutory responsibility for the security within those embassies. so, if she didn't know, it's a good question why she didn't know. and that goes. >> who did she fire? >> who should have told her? >> that's all a piece of it. >> give me that committee. i want it. not that i have an ax to grind. i just want the truth. real quick, joe biden in or out this week? >> i don't know. bill. >> great, brit, thank you, and we are paying, right? we are at paying your salary? >> i don't do predictions. be magnificent for brit hume. directly ahead, 6-year-old boy shoots his 3-year-old brother dead in chicago. awful situation. wait until you hear why it happened. then the legacy of ronald reagan. what politicians have to know in the upcoming presidential election.
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that pants his father kept on top of the refrigerator. charged with felony child endangerment. he is a former gang member who bought the gun on the street to protect himself on from another gang member. he did not have a foyd card. >> a foid card is a license to carry a firearm. laura your reaction tonight? >> not surprised, bill. last year there were 532 murders in chicago. most of them were attributable to the gang violence in the city. and the latino gangs that have been written about in the latino press are comprised of two rival alliances. he was a member of the spanish cobras, the father of the young boy who shot the other one. and the spanish cobra is one of the most vicious gangs. they are comprised of both legal and illegal immigrants into the united states. in one gang, bill, the latin
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kings in chicago alone, there are 20,000 members, it's estimated by the authorities. of the latin kings. there are, you know, about a dozen different varieties of latin gangs operating in chicago. so this individual, this father said he had the gun because he wanted to protect himself from his old gang rivalries. but, of course, we have a child who is dead right now. but this goes not really doesn't doesn't go to guns. this is what we have reported in the united states gun violence both endemic to the country and frankly that we allowed to perpetuate and be created over the last 50 years. >> what do you say, juan? >> i think laura is angry at immigrants and she is making this all gang violence is related to immigrants. we have black gangs. weave have got white gangs and asian gangs. they are not necessarily illegal. i think this is about gun violence. one of the tragedies in our countries is that so much of the gun violence takes place in the minority community and particularly in big cities. that's where you see that we
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have a blood bath. this carnage out there and especially among low income minority males. and they may have the guns and it extends then, of course, into the household where you have an increased risk of death if there is a gun present in the household. >> why are there so many guns in the minority communities, juan? >> i think people buy illegal guns, again could be for gang activity. i think that's a lot of it. >> criminals that are trafficking. so, juan, hire is the question. if the united states e. pasts all kinds of gun laws that restrict people buying guns, purchasing guns, do you really believe that criminals are going to stop buying guns, juan? do you really believe that? >> no. here is the thing. >> as long as you are honest about it. >> let me give you an answer though, please. >> let me get into this. >> i think there is a real answer to, this bill. it doesn't lie on criminals becoming good guys. it is to close all of the
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loopholes. the gun show loopholes. >> 300 million guns. >> let me finish. >> juan, i don't have it. >> i want to lay it out. three points. >> 300 million guns guns in circulation, juan. >> juan, you are living in a fantasy world. number one i never said all gangs are immigrant gangs. i'm specifically talking about the spanish cobras of which this father was a member, number one. number two, if you close all the gun show lop holes supposedly loopholes instant gang ground checks at gun shows the number of crime that would be submitted what i saw less than half of a percent. a lot of these guns are trafficked over the border, juan. if you talk to the law enforcement community in l.a., chicago, new york, and washington, d.c., they will tell you the truth about how gangs have been driven by the narcos and driven across border violence. the idea this is some like bread centrist solution to gun violence is
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preposterous. >> not a lot of criminals going to gun shows. i'm giving you the last word though so 30 seconds, go. >> close the loopholes, laura. most of the guns are not coming across the united states border. they are coming from adjacent states. in chicago they are coming from iowa, indiana, states with lax gun laws. same thing on the east coast and virginia. second thing is get guns that are sold with trigger locks with fingerprints so bad guys get it they can't use it finally, i would say limit purchases of guns so that the people who traffic in guns can't buy it in bulk and sell them. >> not that would have effected this case, juan. do you think this guy was going to be have a trigger lock on his gun? you have got to be kidding me. >> it wouldn't -- couldn't have fired. the kid couldn't have fired it. >> we have imported a lot of these problems. that's a fact. >> take a deep breath, juan. there are already 300 million guns in the country with no locks or technology on them. they are always going to be there and criminals will always get them. laura, juan, thank you.
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plenty more as the factor moves along this evening. ronald reagan is looming large over the republican party's attempt to regain the white house. we will tell you a fascinating story about him. then, watters asking american kids some questions. we hope they will be smarter than the adults watters hangs with. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. ♪ ♪ (singing) you wouldn't haul a load without checking your clearance. so why would you invest without checking brokercheck? check your broker with brokercheck.
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campaign 2016 segment tonight, the legacy of ronald reagan he was the most successful republican president in modern times. dwight eisenhower coming in second. in the last republican debate, the g.o.p. candidates mentioned reagan's name 26 times. hoping to attach their policies to the fond memories many republican voters have of mr. reagan. it is sound strategy because in 2015 under barack obama, america is he experiencing some of the same intense problems that it did under jimmy carter, the man ronald reagan defeated for the presidency in 1980. it's almost eerie. carter's foreign policy was a debacle including iran and the economy back home a mess as it is now as i say in trendy circles, hello this campaign certainly is back to the the future. well writing and researching my book killing reagan i think i discovered the secret to ronald reagan's success as president. and that is courage.
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the assassination attempt injured him grievously he was 70 years old when hinckley shot him. in public it looked like he recovered quickly. behind the scenes he struggled. how he overcame his story is stunning and the mark of a great man. some folks don't want that story told and this time it's not the left attempting to deceive us. it was seldom supporters of ronald reagan. before killing reagan was even finished my co-author martin dugard received calls from former california governor pete wilson and former secretary and exchange christianer christopher cox warning us, warning us not to say anything negative about mr. reagan. cox, by the way, is the guy who presided over the mortgage debacle that collapsed the economy in 2007.
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of course deguard and i are threatened all the time. the price we pay for writing about history in an honest and successful way. the reagan guardians even went to my bosses to try to spike the book. by the way, we have invited wilson and cox on the the factor to talk it over and we are looking forward to having them on. then last week a hit piece on killing reagan shows up in the "the washington post." it was almost comical. for example, the writers of the story insisting ronald reagan was not a lady's man when he was a hollywood star. do you remember the names aerial flynn and william holden they were reagan's running buddies. of the actors, well, they were a bit flamboyant to say the least. you might want to look them um. if anything, dugard and i played down the hollywood stuff but we had to include it in order to show how reagan went from a somewhat shallow celebrity to a great
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man. nancy reagan had a lot to do with that what has really angered of the reagan loyalists is the absolute fact that president reagan sometimes struggled in the white house. we believe because of his injuries. the loyalists even deny there was an intense 1987 meeting in the cabinet room where president reagan was being evaluated by his own top guys. but that's absolutely true. associated of press report dated december 14th, 1988 explains the situation. new yorker magazine article dated april 24th, 2011 also instructive if you care to check those out. fast forward to now. the success of ronald reagan is what modern politicians should consider and emulate in both parties that should not be based on a false narrative. reagan's personal courage overcoming a near death experience and holding firm to his core values is what caused him to triumph over adversity.
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mythology eyeing does no good at all. his message today is a powerful one. stand for something. don't back down. fight your way through difficult times. as president reagan well understood there is good and evil on this earth. it must be con fronted. not excused and avoided as we are seeing in the world today. ronald reagan was challenged by a would be assassins bullet. a lesser man would not have made it. but reagan did is he changed the world forever by defeating the soviet union and restore ago vibrant economy to america. all of the presidential candidates today should take notice. when we come right back, karl rove. also jesse watters with the kids. >> do you know who she is. >> um, i do not know but she
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personal story segment tonight, did on impersonation on "saturday night live" our pal bernie sanders. >> i am the only candidate running for president who is not a billionaire who has raised substantial sums of money and i do not have a super pac. i don't have a super pac. i don't even have a backpack. i carry my stuff around loose in my arms. i own one pear of underwear. that's it. some of these billionaires, they got three, four pairs. [ laughter ] >> that was larry david lampooning sanders. joining us is karl rove. new cnn poll 62% of democrats believe hillary clinton won last week's debate. 35% say old bernie did. and you say? >> i say that's fine. but i also look inside that poll and it says that hillary picked up 3 points as a result of the debate and sanders picked up a. sometimes we look at debates as sort of impartial
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spectators who won, who lost. but it doesn't affect our opinion. in this instance, she won the debate see sizeablely 62%, 35%. he picked up more points than she did after the debate. >> if we are going to be honest about the situation. and i hope, you know, we all are here on the o'reilly factor. bernie sanders has no chance to win the nomination. none at all. i mean, it's, you know, it's entertaining but he is not going to win and neither are the three other guys on the stage. >> were there three other guys on the stage. >> there are. >> were interest three other? i missed them. >> an astute guy like you. >> yeah, i remember it was the guy who looked like don draper with the big ears making a pitch for cigarette ad account in 1950 something. march at this point o'malley. >> patriots and you shouldn't be doing that. i'm scolding you. it's inevitable that hillary clinton will get the nomination unless she is indicted, which she could be because the fbi investigation is still going on. unless joe biden gets in. now, nbc news reporting that two sources, of course, they
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are unnamed. so it could be tim kardashian and lamar odom because i understand he is talking again are r. confirming that he is going to get into the race, biden is, very shortly. now, do you believe that? >> look. i don't -- again, it's three sources tell ed henry, two sources tell nbc. i don't know. i will tell you this. i think he is going to do it. >> krauthammer thinks so too. >> he has nothing to lose. i mean, so what if he loses? he is the vice president of the united states and he gave it his all. he will do it joyfully. he will be out there being uncle joe saying weird things, talking about blue collar workers and having fun with it. you know, look, i think the guy does not want to wake up and say i have regrets. my son asked me to do this. i didn't do it. something bad happened to her. too late for me to enter. i they he gets in and gives it his all and content regardless what happens. >> if you are running hillary clinton's campaign are you worried about his
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entry into the race. >> i think i would be worried about it secondarily. what i would be worried about is people are going to be shopping around. she is not an attackive personality. she he is mediocre candidate. debater when she has the four muppets on the podium with her. if i were them i wouldn't make the mistake of focusing on him. he is not her problem. she is her own problem. >> she can't do anything about that. >> she could perceptions are in stone now. it's too late. >> i know they are. take the best part of it and be prepared to out organize them and prepared to take the best part of what sells on her behalf. do no further damage. do -- don't use this primary as a chance to sort goff out and trash him and add to people's sense of oh the clintons are bad people. they are mean and, you know, they are going to. >> i only have 20 seconds. you are sounding like you don't think biden could beater had. >> he might be able to.
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back of the book segment tonight, watters world. as you know if you watch the factor, jesse has uncovered a very simple truth about the u.s.a. many adults who live here are dumb. so what about the kids? watters used the halloween season to seek them out. what scares you. >> creepy clowns. >> clowns. >> clowns. >> i'm about to explode with
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joy. >> what scares you? >> bugs. [screams] >> dolls? >> >> are you a big man. >> dark. >> do you have a night-light? >> no. >> that is not an alcoholic beverage. >> birds. >> i'm afraid of birds, too. >> are you afraid of girls. >> only if they have cooties. >> what scares you? >> hillary clinton becoming president. >> i'm going to hold up pictures of people. you just tell me if you are scared of them or not. who is this guy? >> obama, scary. >> he give calm and i do not like it. >> you watch fox news. >> sitting in the den, they say what's going to happen on fox news. >> that's why we -- no offense. >> who is this? >> barack obama. >> is anybody afraid of this man. >> no, no. >> that's because you don't have any money of your own yet. [ laughter ] >> does he scare you at all. >> no. >> he doesn't scare putin
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either. what does he do all day as president. >> write papers. >> run the country. >> he wants everyone's money. >> oh, the count of money. >> what does he do all day do you think? >> president swhaz does he do all day? >> president stuff. >> tries to make the country better. >> who's this? >> donald trump. >> donald trump. >> what is he doing? >> running for president. >> does he scare for you? >> yeah. he has like that weird smile. >> is he scary? >> yes. oh, my god, yes. >> do you want to make a lot of money one day, what are you going to do to make a lot of money? >> spend it on pokemon. >> what is his major catch phrase? >> make america get again. >> i'm going to give it to you. he's from kentucky. ever been to kentucky? >> no. i've heard of it, though. >> you're not missing much. >> he looks like my daddy. >> do you know who this is? >> grandpa. >> what do you think about his hair if >> it's creepy.
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>> it's too funny. >> this guy? >> is he friends with obama? >> great scott. >> are you guys feeling the burn? >> never heard of it. >> oh, that guy is something sanders. he's a socialist. >> i was going to say bill o'reilly. >> he's the polar opposite of bill o'reilly. is he a vampire or senateer? >> vampire. >> excellent. >> would you accept candy from this man? >> no! >> stranger danger, stranger danger! >> do you know who this is? >> abraham lincoln. >> i don't understand. >> i don't know, but he looks like my grandma. >> hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton. >> too much lipstick. >> she's been exposed for a lot of scandals. >> she acts like the president. >> i think you're going to like the hillary clinton that my team and i have created. >> do you think it would be good if there was a woman president? >> no. >> she's going to give us common
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core because she's friends with obama. >> you're being silly. >> i left the scariest for last. [ screaming ] >> his eyebrows look angry. >> looks like tom hanks. >> that's an insult. to hanks. >> bill o'reilly. >> that's bill o'reilly. >> ever see him on tv? >> yeah. >> do you change the channel? >> yeah. >> i'm waters and this is my world right here. >> you're the world? >> that one kid, the little girl, we've got to get her. the other kids are going to reform school. now, i've got to say, those kids were smarter than most of the people you interview over 21. >> much smarter. from long island, so they're very intelligent.
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and your neck of the woods in westbury. >> everybody who lives in kentucky, direct your mail right to waters. >> i only said that -- >> it's a beautiful state. >> the intern with me was from kentucky, so i had to give her heat. >> everybody out there watching knew that. >> i want to apologize to everybody from kentucky. don't come after me with a firearm. >> all the kids were nice and respectful. >> we had a great time. they have a pumpkin carved as donald trump and they call it the trumpkin. >> a few of them liked president obama. i guess it was mixed. >> i think there was a lot of fox news parent there is that had the tv on during dinnertime. >> jessie waters, everybody. very strange prediction in the movie "back to the future." the tip, moments away. i am totally blind. and sometimes i struggle to sleep at night,
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factor tip of the day. a string prediction in the film "back to the future." but first, "killing reagan" has lifted all the other killing books, as well. according to sales, all on the uptick, and of course, reagan number one everywhere, because folks who read "killing reagan" apparently like the book. so they're going back to read the other books. by it on billo'reilly.com, get a free copy of the constitution. now the mail. michael from fair hope, alabama -- >> because that danger is still shrouded a little bit, patty.
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but i believe that will soon change. >> you know, this is a debate show, ed. you should get that by now. not a q and a fest. points have to be made. the doctor had a chance to make them. >> because senator sanders always uses the scandinavian countries in his rhetoric. it was expected. >> well, you're a very perceptive guy, bob.
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>> yes we do, paul. and bless you for asking. the no spin jacket and the american patriot jackets are in. warm and classy. if you buy one, you get all kinds of free stuff with it. and all the money i get goes to charity. >> i have your back stage passes, cora. look forward to seeing you at the rose mont where a few tickets remain. same situation in phoenix. finally tonight, factor "tip of the day." "back to the future 2" was a big hit in 1989.
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the film deals with time travel to the year 2015. now. >> lightning struck that thing 60 years ago. >> wait a minute, cubs win world series. against miami? >> yeah, it's something, huh? who would have thought? 100-1 shot. i wish i could go back to the beginning of the season and put money on the cubs. >> now the cubs are one playoff series away from making the world series for real. but against the mets. i like the cubs. i believe the mets. predictions are like fast food. quickly gone, but this one kind of strange. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website. we would like you to spout off about "the factor" anywhere in the world. name a town if you wish to opine.
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word of the day, no flummery when writing. please remember, the spin srere looking out for you. breaking tonight. the death of more than 3,000 americans in the single worst act of terror our nation has ever known has now become a political squabble in the 2016 presidential race. welcome, everyone. i'm megyn kelly. over the past 72 hours, we've witnessed reports of a battle between the top republican candidates over an event so horrifying it's reshaped the way we live as americans. it was a clear september day a little more than 14 years ago when our nation changed forever. nearly 3,000 of our fellow citizens murdered when buildings fell, the pentagon was hit. and a plane went down in a pennsylvania field.

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