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tonight. miss megyn is up next. i'm bill o'reilly. remember, the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. . breaking tonight, a stunning new national poll turning the republican presidential field on its head and changing the race for president just 24 hours before the next big debate. welcome to ""the kelly file,"" everyone. i'm megyn kelly. four points ahead of his nearest competiti competition, donald trump now in second. the rest of the top five are now in the single digits. it's the second time in recent polling that dr. carson has been leading nationally. marco rubio, the only other candidate in the double digits. remember, longtime front-runner
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donald trump has shown him with the commanding lead. >> i love these polls. i love the polls. number one on the polls. >> the polls come out and we're really killing it. >> it's been amazing. the polls have just come up and they're constantly going up. >> we're going up strongly in the polls. we don't know what to do about it. >> the polls came out. i won't even say. the numbers are so ridiculously high. >> we came out with another poll. a poll in iowa. we're way ahead and that's great. >> we're leading in every single poll. >> you know, somebody said you really like polls. i said, i like then because i'm winning. when you're not winning, you don't like them as much. but we're winning. we're winning everything. >> but now that he's not in front, mr. trump has a different message. >> i believe in polls. i generally believe in polls. the thing with these polls, there eeer all so different. they're coming from all over the lot where one guy's up here and somebody else is up here and you see swings of 10 and 12 points
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like immediately the same day. so right now it's not very skien tsk. >> we have a jam packed political lineup for you tonight complete with "the blaze's" glenn beck. but we begin tonight with charles krauthammer and author of the book "things that matter." charles, great to see you. suddenly mr. trump suddenly doesn't seem to believe in the polls quite as much as he used to. what if anything does that tell you? >> well, it tells us before that when the polls used to be huge, i mean not huge, twaujly huge with a "q," enormous of trumpian proportions. i don't think he follows it very well. all of a sudden they don't really matter but i think more important is the four polls that came oust last week, one
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reinforcing the other, showing that there's been a 14-point or so flip. he's losing about seven or eight. carson gaining about seven or so. in iowa -- now he has a new tune. this is what you hear actually in the media. the new conventional wisdom is, oh, yes, iowa. yra is a state that isn't very conducive to trump. it's more apileable to carson. the point is now with this national poll, that can't be the explanation, and one possible explanation, we won't know. this one national poll could be an outlier, be through could be a sign when people take a closer look at trump and what he stands for if anything, they like the entertainment, they like the reality show. it's been running now for more than three, four months, but as they approach the real crunch when they have to vote, they looking at other people to be
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president. >> mm-hmm. and he says, of course, now that dr. carson is number one in that poll, he's going get greater scrutiny and this sets the stakes for tomorrow night rather well. who do you see as being under the most pressure going into this next debate, this third debate tomorrow night with cnbc? >> well, i mean it's always trump because he's the most improbable. he's been up there. the question is going to be how does he handle the fact that he's not out there all alone trumpeting his poll numbers. how does he handle the challenge from carson. and we've already seen that he's a little bit thin skinned. well, more than that, the fact that in his speeches a few days ago, he raised the idea the question of kwcarson's religion when he said, look, i'm a presbyterian down the middle, whatever that means. i don't know about seventh day adventists. that's what carson is. the reason he brought it up,
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even understands, because in iowa, where, again, trump is now trailing, the evangelicals are very important and among some evangelicals, the seventh dap adventists are looked somewhat is scansed. tomorrow night plays to a strength of trump's even in the polls that put him at number two or number three, the majority of gop voters in iowa at least according to the polls we saw last week believe him when it comes to the economy. this may not be a strength of dr. carson's. how does that factor in? >> hi think carson is going to be the second most under pressure, a, because he doesn't have a lot of experience with economics. hee been doing brain surgery for much of his life, which is a specialty of its own. a pretty difficult one it's not one of the categories as we understand for tomorrow night. >> sorry? >> it's not one of the categories for tomorrow night. >> no. no, it's number mine when trump
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says the man is low energy, when you do brain surgery for 15 hours, you know, when you do normal surgery, if you cut a blood vessel, you can patch it. you cut nerves in the brain, there's no patching. imagine being under that kind of pressure for 15 hours. i think that's not low energy. that's concentration and inner strength. but anyway, that's an aside. i couldn't help it. i had do it as a doctor. but carson will be under pressure to show that he has a more elaborate idea than tithing, which he raised in one of the other debates as a model for taxation, and he's going to have to elaborate on that. rubio is going to be under pressure. he's running third, i think, in the rcp average. so he's got to show his strength and he might have to parry trump. but the other will be carly fiorina. her rise was fueled by two
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spectacular debates. she's subsided somewhat as a result of the fact she's out of the spotlight. she's going to have to do three in a row to get back up there. that's going to put a lot of pressure on you because that's extremely hard to do. >> do you think kasich, chris christie, rand paul, mike huckabee, are a factor at all in tomorrow night's debate? >> they are. last stance is a little bit of an exaggeration. the four you mention ready teetering on the edge right now. they haven't been able to get traction. i think one of them needs to stand out if they want to jump back into contention. it doesn't mean they're out of the race. but if you don't stand out in the first three debates in some way the way carly did, the way marco did, i think you've got very little chance if you're trailing way behind. so the pressure is on them in some way to do something spectacular. very hard to do in a field of
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ten or 11. >> mm-hmm. charles, it's always great to hear you. thank you for being here. >> my pleasure. >> well, as charles mentioned, the issue of religion is blowing up on the campaign trail right now as donald trump continues to question dr. ben carson on the issue of faith. some fired up iowan weighed in today and brit hume is next on that and the new controversy involving hillary clinton playing the gender card. plus, the poll we shared at the top of the hour had some dramatic new hours among the anger among the american voters. glenn beck is here in a rare "kelly file" appearance. we have a front frontation between a classroom cop and a high school student. we'll slow it down and look at what really happened as the doj launches a civil rights investigation.
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breaking tonight, deja vu all over again. there's a clash with religion.
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it wasn't that long ago that donald trump was complaining about ben carson after reporters pressed the difference between the two men and dr. carson appeared to point to his own faith. now it is trump raising the faith issue as he questions carson's membership in the church of the seventh day adventist. listen. >> i'm presbyterian, can you believe it? nobody can believe it. i'm presbyterian. i'm presbyterian. boy, that's down the middle of the road, folks, in all fairness. i mean seventh day adventist, i don't know about. i just don't know about it. >> it's kind of interesting because the conflict that we had a couple of months ago is he thought i was questioning his faith and he went ballistic on that, so it seems a little interesting that he would now be doing that. you know, i really refuse to really get into the mud pit.
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>> donald trump is not only refusing to back down on his comments about carson's faith, he added to the controversy when he went out the very next day and made this promise. >> you know, a lot of people think i'm sort of a tough guy. i actually think i'm a really nice person but some say i'm tough. i'm going unify. i get along with ebb. ly be a great unifier for our country. >> brit hume is our fox channel senior political analyst. he joins me now. brit, it wasn't that long ago that carson hit trump on his fake and this is what he said and then he apologized. here's what he said. >> carson hit me on my faith. he was nice enough to apologize. that was nice. most people won't apologize. he has. i respect that. >> most people won't.
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he certainly hasn't. >> what he said was he didn't know about the seventh day adventist, but in the context in which it occurred when he described what mainstream protestant he himself was, for your him to say seventh day adventist is like i don't know. it's like i don't know about that. ice not a positive comment. >> there was an article predicting that that will fail in iowa because even though there is some suspicion among evangelicals of that church, they don't like to see a man attacked for his faith, and, of course, trump denies he has done it. if question here really is to donald trump's second question which is i'm going to be a unifier and whether the republicans tomorrow night in that audience, both in the room and on television is going to attack in the wmanner we've see.
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>> that's right. i think it's a very interesting question as we face a debate when for the first time there's at least some polling evidence that suggests he's not leading the pack in the way he has for so long. there are two polls out, the wing you mentioned earlier that show that. the question he faces is how do i deal with the fact that ben carson is gaining on me, this soft-spoken man who has had a following for some time but seems to be growing. how does he stem that? he hasn't face thad problem before. and for him to claim he's a unifier, i think what he feels is most effective for him is to whale away on everyone that comes along that he thinks is an important rival. he did it with jeb bush. he did it with gray grate effect. the polls say he never hits unless he hits first. the question faced now is what is he going to do now that he's not leading. >> is it a make it or break it night for anyone on that stage
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tomorrow? >> well, it's hard to know. you know, i'd like to know how much money they've all got. these people don't drop out of presidential races because they've decided on the basis of the issues they can't win. they drop out when they run out of money and they run out of support where their support has dwindled to where they can't raise any. some in the low single digits,ite's hard to believe they can't raise money. it's come to the point where you need money. it takes money. it will take money in iowa. it will take money in new hampshire and mean money in the larger state of south carolina chrk is the third one on the schedule. so these candidates that are way town in the polls, they need to do something to change the way things have been going and they have failed to do it so far. >> who could emerge as the real victor? we haven't seen ben carson really fired up although he's had a couple of zincers that have served him very well.
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ted cruz always puts in a steady performance but never gets a big poll bump. who's the one who could really emerge tomorrow night? >> i would say you would have to keep your eye on rubio who's made steady progress but you also have to keep your eye on ted cruz. he's on paper at least an ins e insid insider, but he's been such a thorn on the side of the hated establishment of republicans in washington, i think he's someone that when supporting trump and carson as well could look at as an outsider. he's dazzlely articulate. it's not going to hurt him at all that he's absolutely despised by members of congress on both sides of the aisle that. would be a point in their eyes in his favor. >> i've got to ask you about hillary clinton. bernie sanders talked about her argument on gun control. he said, all the shouting isn't going to do what we want, which is to keep guns out of the hands of people who shouldn't have them. this is what she said about this a couple of days ago.
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>> i've about been told to stop shouting about ending gun violence. well, i haven't been shouting but sometimes when a woman speaks out, some people think it's shouting. >> so she's played the gender card. >> oh, for pete's sake. megyn, she's in danger of having people that thinks that's the only thing that recommends her for being a woman. she talks about it constantly. she answers questions on the subject about it. what would be different about her presidency from obama's in the debate. she said, i'm a woman. that's a big difference, she said. it is but that doesn't mean she would be different on policy. she plays this card all the time. what's more is bernie sanders has talked about people shouting at each other since the beginning of the kpanl. it's one of his themes ffrm him
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to swha to say what he said wasn't directed directly at her. she said, hey i i, i'm a woman. >> we went back and look and he said it repeatedly. he said it in particular with gun rights debates. not just her but everyone involved in this. anyway, always great to see you. >> thanks, megyn. >> tomorrow night's debate is focused on the economy but a new poll shows that is not issue number one with an angry group of voters. and glenn beck is next on what he thinks will drive the rest of the republican race. plus, we'll ask him about the new controversy involving the left wing. i mean she's about as far left atz they come. tv host and her message for hard-working americans. it goes something like this. you're not. and a halloween plot against and a halloween plot against police departments across th it's from daddy. and a halloween plot against police departments across th sfx: dad's voice i love you baby girl.
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breaking news tonight, the new polls show how angry the middle class are, on top of that, three in four republicans say our government is not working the way it's supposed to because of fighting and gridlock and there's clearly something that has americans upset, an answer the pollsters have not picked up on. when asked to identify the most important problem facing america today, the largest percentage, three times the percentage of the next response says the largest problem facing this country is other. what the heck is "other?" glenn beck knows, the author of "the blaze." glenn, great to see you. other. what the heck is other? >> i have absolutely no idea. no idea.
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i will tell you this, megyn, as i was listening here. all your guests so far have made really, really good points, but when you look at the anger, what's happening is i really watch the democratic debate and i really listen to them. and the one who stood out to me that i think is the one that every republican candidate should listen to is bernie sanders. takeaway everything of what his solutions are because his solutions just don't work. you know, he says we need to be more like denmark. the danes are running away from socialism. they say we should be more like europeans. they say they're clamoring for guns and they're trying to get their governments to listen to them. here's what sanders says. he said -- if he said it once, he said it ten times am version of this but mostly this. the way capitalism is being done or the way washington is functioning or the bailout of the banks, it's immoral.
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and i thought to myself, listen to him. he's talking about morality and he always followed it with it's immoral and everybody knows it. that's what people are angry about. they know that the crony capitalism, they know that the fix is in, for instance with paul ryan. he was sending out invitations to his congratulations party on thursday. he was sending them out on monday. the fix is in. and people know it. they know the way things are. >> have i lost my mind or are you agreeing with bernie sanders right now? >> i'm agreeing with him that's happening in our country is immoral. i don't agree with his solutions at all. >> okay. >> you know what? ronald reagan knew this. he talked about things as black and white. taxes, higher taxes. it's immoral to take money. >> bernie sanders is oklahoma with up to 90% taxes. 90%. he's going let you keep 10% of
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your money. >> wait a minute. said don't agree with hiss solutions. what he's connecting with is the same kind of thing that donald trump is agreeing with, and i don't agree with donald trump at all. what he's saying is he's just playing into the outrage. ronald reagan had it right when he said higher taxes are immoral, the way people are treating each other, it's immoral. the way we're treating our veterans at the v.a. is immoral. we know that. so he's playing to the socialism. he's saying your gut knows it, i know it. and this is wrong. the gop with paul ryan, thinkty p may have -- with the paul ryan move, may have, may have lost the election and lost their party with that one move. >> wow. because you feel they abandoned their commitment to
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conservatism? >> yes. if you listen to his speech -- first of all, mitt romney held a meeting up in the mountains with all the candidates unless you were for -- unless you were for amnesty, so people like ted cruz weren't invited, but all the others were invite. you know who his featured speaker was? david axelrod. and in that speech two of the republican nominees was, look, the next president is just going to be a good manager. that's progressivism 101, and that's exactly what's happening in washington. the question is do you believe in managing your life yourself or do you believe the president should just manage the government and the government should manage you? >> this is interesting because i had a long interview with charles coakoch, and this is whe h was saying. you're saying the same thing that he was saying and he took issue with hillary clinton in particular on this saying he just doesn't agree with her world view. do you -- let me ask you about
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her. do you believe -- looking at the gop field now and the way things have gone thus far, do you believe she's likely to be the next president of the united states? >> i don't know. people are so -- when i saw people say benghazi doesn't matter and cheered, that scares me. it's not that she lied about it. she knowingly lied. whoever -- megyn, everybody revered cindy sheehan. what about the others. they were lied to in their face. does nobody care about that? for the first time in american history we abandoned them. we can help them and can save them but for political reasons we say no? this is immoral and people know
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it. and if we choose to put immoral people -- and they're on both sides. if we choose to put immoral people in, my prediction is we will not bedestroyed. we'll turn into the darkest nation ever to grace the earth. we're going to be a very bad nation because of the things that we have at our disposal. and if things don't matter to us, if right and wrong doesn't matter, gosh, there was the video that came out about planned parenthood yesterday, and in this video, they're talking about how the planned parenthood clinics were taking babies and putting them in garbage disposals. and they said if this ever comes out on the front page of "the new york times," it's dead. that's on tape. "the new york times" has it. they chose to say -- the american people have kind of gone along with it, like, it doesn't really matter and it does. >> i've got stand you by even though clearly there's more to discuss. thank you for the first segment.
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with ee not quite done with glenn. ahead, we're going ask him about a far left cable news host who got very upset over someone using the term "hard worker." that's now apparently politically incorrect. plus, the fbi and the doj are now investigating a confrontation in a south carolina classroom after a video emerges showing an officer slamming a student at her desk but some new details have emerged tonight and they're here to get to the bottom of what really appears to have happened. >> she bears some responsibility. if she had not disrupted the school, disrupt thad ♪ i built my business with passion. 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
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civil rights investigation in an altercation in a south carolina classroom. they announced the probe less than 24 hours after a video surfaced showing a school resource officer forcibly removing a female student from her desk after she refused to leave the classroom three times. now tonight new details are emerging. trace gallagher has those live in our west coast news room. trace? >> megyn, there are three videos. they all lack context pause they don't show what led up to the actual confrontation. but by all accounts the female student who has not been identified was on her cell phone and was asked by her teacher and the vice principal to hand it over and she refused. then the officer gets involved. watch and listen closely. >> you don't know me?
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>> you can see that's when deputy ben fields throws her down. the school superintendent, school board, and the sheriff says it's disturbing but the third video which we have not seen shows the girl may have started the confrontation. listen to the sheriff. >> it just shows that is when the officer puts his hands on her initially. she reached up and she pops the officer with her fist. there's no question about that. but, again, does that justify the means? does that justify what we did? that's what i have to look at. >> so according to sheriff, the deputy was hit while he grabbed her and before he gran grabbed her. the teacher and assistant principal says it was waurnlted. ben fields was a coach at the
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high school. he was given an exception al award. and last year a student was expelled. the sheriff does not believe race was a factor here. megyn. >> trace, thank you. for more on this now we return to you. good to see you both. let's just start with the sheriff. what we can see on the video is that after the cop lays hands on this young woman she punches him in the neck, the head. you can see that on the video. the sheriff -- here it is. watch. right there. so the sheriff seems to be suggesting that there may have been -- she may have made contact with him even prior to that. it's unclear. i want to say. it's unclear. the sheriff didn't produce that. your take on this, arthur.
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>> i think that any reasonable person viewing this would say excessive force is being used and a battery, a federal civilian battery at the very least is being perpetrated on this high school female student who's refusing to put away her telephone. i don't think there's an educator on the planet earth who would say that was the appropriate way to handle that situation of a student under a blackboard in a classroom. not only harming that student, megyn, you can see i think in the first video, there's a young girl who's watching this and you can see her shutting her eyes. this is a travesty for everyone surrounding that episode. >> just to set the record straight, mark, it wasn't -- this didn't happen because of the cell phone that. was the initial reason she got in trouble. then they said she caused a disturbance and the teacher said you need to leave. she refused. they called in the assistant principal. she refused to leave and then
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they called in the school resource officer. that's the point to which it had is ka leitesed when he arrived. >> let me make it clear. i don't agree withering he said. while we agree he used excessive force by throwing her like a sack of potatoes, let's back up a bit. she did cause a disturbance in the classroom. none of this justifies what the officer did but she caused a disturbance. she also refused to leave the classroom ignoring the teacher, the administrator, and the officer. you can see her battering the officer. >> mark, mark -- >> i'm not done. hold on. we have to keep this fair and balanced, arthur. her feet then, if you watch the video, do get stuck. i don't know if it's one foot or two. that causes him to have to use extra force. throwing him across the room is reserved for wwe, i get it. go ahead my bald beautiful
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brother. >> all three of us are parents. if any one of us saw our child theechb the child was a 100% wrong being treated like this, don't want to make this too personal, but my friend, doug would go and chuck choek somebody, megyn would -- >> that's a good proeffect speccive setter. when you picture your own loved one, it's much tougher to be objective on it. >> megyn, the people that you and i work with in the building because this story has been on all day, everyone -- i mean it's disturbing to watch. >> arthur, how about this. let's say that is your loved one who's the law enforcement officer, hold on. you're not going to justify what he did after he pulled her out of the chair, but people are saying that he had no right to touch her. there was no basis to apprehend her. and your argument would be, well, wait a second, hold on. she needed to be pulled out of
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the chair because she wasn't listening, she battered the officer. >> now some in the community are suggesting he's racist and that he's gone off other african-american students and yet the sheriff came out today and said -- i'm just looking at it. he said this cop has never exhibited any racist attitudes and actually has been in a long-standing relationship with an african-american woman, so the charge of -- trying to inject race into this, they say, will not hold. >> but there are -- i'm not injecting race into this but through are two previous -- >> you did. >> he won the first and the other is unresolved. >> one went to a federal trial and one was resolved. >> he was exonerated. you can't hold that one against him. >> i'm not holding it against him. but it's not like he's a police officer who has has never been touched with a race card. >> that cannot be the standard. people make allegations all the time. the question is can you prove it.
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go ahead, mark. >> in his opening monologue, mr. idala said any reasonable person -- >> uh-oh. you're getting mean. >> oh, yes -- that this should be a civil rights investigation. h we know the color of her skin and the color of his skin. is that all it takes now? with nothing additional, is that all it takes, arthur? >> megyn, if this obama administration is going to have an giggs when a police officer had every reason to stop michael brown because he matched the description of a robbery, then they should have an investigation when you have a law enforcement officer going after a high school student. if it's good in missouri, it geesd here. >> he's been suspended without pay. even the sheriff has said what's on the tape is worthy of investigation. that's why he brought the feds in because he didn't want any allegation of conflict of interest because this is his guy. >> good for him. good for him. >> we'll continue to follow it.
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>> i like your haircut. you look like me. >> whoa. what did he just say? up next, glenn beck is back and he has something interesting on the cop in south carolina. plus he'll weigh in on the cable news host when she became very upset when hard worker was used to describe a republican congressman. >> i want to be super careful when we use the term "hard worker." i actually keep an image of technology empowers us to achieve more. it pushes us to go further. special olympics has almost five million athletes in 170 countries. the microsoft cloud allows us to immediately be able to access information, wherever we are. information for an athlete's medical care, or information to track their personal best. with microsoft cloud, we save millions of man hours,
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[ bleep ]. >> put your hands behind your back. >> you just heard mark and arthur debating that. the media very focused on that cop's behavior but glenn beck has a different take. glenn, your take on it. >> megyn, you are far too lovely to even speculate at your age and you're far younger than i am, but in my day as an old man now, if i would have come home and there was a video of me sitting in that chair, my parents would have said to me, what the hell were you saying that brought that cop -- why does somebody have to call a police officer in the first place on you and my parents wouldn't have listened to my
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plea. they would have watched this and said -- first of all, they were called into the classroom because of you, second of all, he said to you, get up, come with me. you obey the police officer, period, no ifs, ands, or buts. the police officer is being put in an absolut no-win situation and we're sitting around speculating on what he did. what about the teacher? what about the school? what about all the other teachers in all the other schools that now this is being seen on television and they know, all i have to do -- i can punch a police officer, i can resist arrest, and the cop's going to get in trouble. this is an absolute ticket to anarchy, which is exactly what many in our country would like. >> you know how it is. even you just saying that has people saying, racist. >> i don't care. i don't kay. you can call me whatever you want. megyn, people have called me everything under the sun. we're in place in merge that if we don't start reattaching
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ourselves to each other and attaching ourselves on commonsense values, this is nothing. all the world is but a stage. we're watching dramas and stage shows played out in front of us in the guise of politics or whatever. >> you would think one of the things that would bind us together would be having integrity, being hard-working and yet that term is apparently no longer allowed. i give you melissa harris-perry. watch. >> i want us to be super careful when we use the language "hard worker" because -- i actually keep an image of folks working in cotton fields on my office wall because it is a reminder about what hard work looks like. i feel he's a hard worker but in the context of relative privilege. when you talk about work/life
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balance, the moms who don't have health care and are working -- >> i understand that. >> we don't call them hard workers. we call them failures. that's really what you do. >> that's really unfair. >> you as a party. the republican party. >> let me ask you. who call as hard-working mom a failure? who calls a stay-at-home mom a failure? usually it's the left that mocks and ridicules and belittles people who make a choice to stay home to raise their children. that's the hardest job ever. and another thing, i'm sorry. but i think you have some sort of a problem, a deep-seated problem somewhere where you're putting a picture of slaves on your wall to remind you that that's hard work. that should remind you of slavery, of something really, really bad. that's not hard work. that's slavery. >> you raise an interesting point. this is the same work who worked -- she's gone to some weird
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places. i want to end on a beautiful note which is glenn beck has written a beautiful book called "the immortal you did. >> here's the thing. if we don't, as people of faith and people of conservative values, don't start to come back and tell stories -- we stink at telling stories. the left, that's all they do. they don't have any facts. they just tell stories. we have to become good story tellers. we can complain about the over-santaification, we can talk about the commercialization of christmas. instead i started writing a story for my children about santa. and where did santa come from? how did he become immortal? and it revolves around -- it's very much like a "ben hur" if it were, you take this guy who lost everything. the opening chapter starting with his losing his son. >> and you given him meaning.
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>> give him meaning. he becomes santa. it's a great story for christmas for the whole family. >> absolutely right. it repositions it. just exactly where it's supposed to be. >> good to see you again. >> good to see you again. awe believe active management
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from the world headquarters of fox news, it's "the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> well, a warning has been issued to cops nationwide by the fbi to watch their backs this halloween. joining me now from the west coast news room with the latest, trace gallagher. >> megyn, our cousin publication, said it's called the militia and it might be willing to use halloween as cover to attack police officers. the plan apparently is for members of the anarchist group to dress in typical halloween
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costumes, cause a disturbance and when police show up to help, ambush the officers. there are no threats to any specific department around the country. the fbi issued the warning as part of our continuous dialogue with our law enforcement partners. the fbi routinely shares information to better enable law enforcement to protect the community thes serve. we urge the public to remain vigilant and report suspicious activity to law enforcement. anti-police sentiment across the country may be at its highest point ever and cop target ing hs sadly become a common headline. 32 police killings from new york to california. last weekend in new york there was an anti-police rally where director quentin tarantino called cops murderers. that rally was held days after a new york city police officer was gunned down after responding to reports of a shooting in east harlem. >> trace, thank you. looks like some folks have had it with their airline credit card miles. sometimes those seats cost a ridiculous number of miles...
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the kelly file and on twitter. comments like this from folks. that cop would arrest any parent he saw doing glenn beck is the fing man. i'm megyn kelly, thanks for watching. tonight -- >> you know i love polls. i love polls. i'm in love with polls. >> donald trump and drmt ben carson are battles for the top spot in the polls, so how will it impact tomorrow's big gop debate? then president obama finally heads to his home town of chicago to talk about the city's massive surge in violence. >> i'm there with families of children here in chicago who are taken from us by gun violence. >> so why has it taken him so long? also -- [ bleep ] outrage growing after a video surfaces showing a cop arresting a high school student in south carolina.

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