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fantasy football thing right. >> marco rubio. that's it for "special report," special balanced and unafraid. no online show tonight. greta goes "on the record" right now. tonight, "on the record," the stage is set and the candidates are ready. tonight's third g.o.p. presidential debate is almost here. and former hewlett packard ceo and 2016 presidential candidate carly fiorina rocking herself up in popularity after the last two debates. so what's her plan for tonight? carly fiorina fresh off her walk through of the big staining goes "on the record." good evening, carlie. >> hi, greta. how are you? >> good. so are you ready? >> yes, i'm ready i'm looking forward to it. >> this is your bailiwick. this is business. this is economy. so, do you feel extra pressure tonight? >> no, i don't feel extra pressure other than i think it's important that americans understand what's really at stake. and it's more than replacing
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a d with an r now. the truth is what ails our economy and ails our nation has been going on for a very long time. has it gotten' worse under barack obama? absolutely. our government has been corrupt for decades now middle class wages have been stagnant for 440 years. we have fewer numbers of people working and more people who have quit working in 40 years and our government gets more corrupt decade after decade this is about a dish kind of leadership now. >> news today the federal reserve is leaving the interest rates unchanged. what do you think about that? >> well, shock. i mean i predicted this months ago. i think obviously, this is a policy that is helping the wealthy, those who are invested in equities or real estate. and it's hurting the middle class. if you are a retiree trying to save, if you are a young family trying to save for your first home, it's hurting you. this is a policy that is helping the wealthy as all liberal policies do,
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actually. it's interesting to note hillary clinton talked about income inequality all the time but the truth is 9 5% of the wealth that's been gained over the last several years has all gone to the top 1% and the zero interest rate policy helps the wealthy and the well-connected it hurts the middle class and the poor. >> you bring up secretary of state hillary clinton. she had something to say about big banks and whether she would let them fail or not. let's listen to what she had to say. >> if you're president. >> yes. >> and and the banks are failing, do we let them fail? >> yes. >> we let them fail this time. >> yes, yes, yes. >> wow? >> yes. first of all, under dodd frank that is what will happen because we now have stress tests shareholders have to know they will fail. if they are too big to fail then under my plan and others that have been proposed, they may have to be broken up. >> what do you think about
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secretary clinton saying too big to fail and the banks have to be broken up. do you agree or disagree with her. >> here is the thing about dodd frank, written in large part by those same wall street banks took 10 banks too big to fail and took even five bigger banks with greaters is systemic risk and mean wheel we have destroyed 1590 community banks it is community banks from which small businesses and families get most of their loans. so once again under these progressive policies, the big, the powerful, the wealthy and the well-connected are advantaged and the small and the powerless are crushed these are just words for mrs. clinton clinton. every progressive policy she has proposed makes the big banks bigger and more powerful. makes the wealthy and well connected wealthier and better connected. >> what about the big banks failing? what would be your response? would you let big banks fail? >> these are too big and too powerful now. progressive policies have made them bigger and more
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powerful. and meanwhile, the smaller banks, like community banks that are so critical to getting a small business started and small businesses matter because they create two thirds of the new jobs, meanwhile, those small banks have gone out of business. in other words, the big have gotten bigger and the small have gotten crushed. that is the consequence of hillary clinton and progressive policy. that is the consequence of barack obama, but it is also the consequence of a government that has gotten bigger and bigger and more powerful and more corrupt under republicans and democrats alike. for 40 years. it's why we need to do something different. >> all right. would a carly fiorina justice department be any different than this? recently, the department of justice, and the obama administration, fined general motors $900 million instead of sending any executive to a criminal courtroom for the all the deaths that resulted from their knowledge of having defective part of their car. would you go after the
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individuals or go after the justice department fine and the shareholders end up paying or we end up paying higher for cars. what would your justice department do? >> if someone has blown the law, they need to be held accountable, whoever they are. this justice department is politicized. we know that, unfortunately, i mean, general motors lois lerner, i doubt very seriously unfortunately hillary clinton will be indicted on any criminal charges although obviously she was traffic until classified information over an insecure server. she shared classified information with those that were not authorized to see that classified information. i doubt we're ever going to see any charges because president obama basically told us oh, no, there was nothing wrong here. just as he told us there was not a smidgen of corruption in the irs. we actually know now that irs officials who break the tax laws, less than 1% of them are ever held accountable. it's part of what has gone
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on in government for too long. there is no accountability. >> the house passed a -- the house has a resolution to impeach the commissioner of the irs. what do you think about that? >> unfortunately i think it is a meaningless gesture because until and unless we cut the irs down to size, it's sort of like when the head of the v.a. was fired. you know, the head of the v.a. was fired. there were all those dramatic hearings. a bill was passed that said we could fire the top 400 senior executives of the v.a. we now know that 307,000 veterans have have died waiting for healthcare and there has been basically no reform. that's the problem. there is too much in politics with republicans and democrats alike that is theater not substance. we need real reform and that start with simplifying the tax code. 73,000 page tax code gives the irs way too much power. >> carlie, nice to see you. and, of course, we will be
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watching the debate. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, greta. >> and as of tonight there are less than 100 days until the iowa caucus. the first major test of the 2016 race. so each and every candidate wants to make the very best of his and her time on stage. fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron is live in boulder where the candidates are almost ready to take the stage. carl? >> hi, greta. and before they take the stage, donald trump was hard on the twitters last night and today trying to make the point that he didn't think he was going to get fair shake tonight saying cnbc has been using fictitious polls and he doesn't think it will be a fair debate. this comes after days of donald trump complaining about his fall from the lead in iowa where ben carson has overtaken him and the "new york times" cbs poll that came out this week that shows for the first time ben carson has overtaken donald trump on the national stage as well. strong supports of evangelical christians who make up 60% of the iowa
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caucuses and the big part of the republican base across the country. carson needs a moment. he needs to be able to show that he can answer tough questions now in the bright lights of a frontrunner's scrutiny. and sort of deal with the heat that's being thrown at him by the other outsider donald trump. those two have been at it for the last couple days. carson said before the event today he's came through and talked with reporters that he will be himself and not jump into what he has called donald trump's mud pit. once you get passed the carson donald trump battle. there is another one jeb bush and marco rubio. he also said if he has to demon nice others or be demonized himself then voters ought to go ahead and elect donald trump which some thought was more irritating and frustrated than he might want to show himself to be. in the case of mr. bush, he says that marco rubio is essentially g.o.p. obama. the bush campaign h. a big huddle down in texas with donors and the family decided that was the best way to go after mr. rubio who was jeb bush's protege
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when he was the speaker of the house and bush was the governor of florida. for his part, rubio responds by saying jeb bush just simply does not represent the kind of generational change that the american people need and obviously the last name has been something of a problem for jeb. and then after that there is another candidate who has been coming on strong. and really competing with rubio for third place and that's ted cruz. the texas senator has made a name for himself in washington by being a disrupter. going after republican leaders almost as hard as he goes after democrats and suggesting that washington is almost terminally broken. he is now making a pivot and it's happening at this debate. tonight when it starts he will unveil his tax plan. and because he has already said he will abolish the irs, it almost it s. a certainty that he will be proposing a flat tax. this is meant to show that not only does he want to break down that in government that doesn't work but ready to rebuild it flat taxes have been very popular with insurgent candidates in the last few years. bob doll but in 19 46 a flat tax of 15%. no republican running with a
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flat tax has ever actually made it into the white house. greta? >> karl, thank you. and donald trump suddenly finding himself co-frontrunner in tonight's debate. get ready. you could see sparks fly between donald trump and ben carson. the latest poll has ben carson' in first place with 26%. donald trump is in second place at 22%. that's 4 points behind carson. senator marco rubio grabbing third place with 8% and jeb bush and carly fiorina tied with 7% each. the rest of the field is sitting far behind trump and carson. they all need a big night tonight. how big? former senior advisor to president george w. bush karl rove goes "on the record." karl, every one of them needs a big night tonight. i suppose some need it more than others or they will end up on political life support by dawn. who is really -- who has a do or die situation tonight? >> well, i think it's the four it at the bottom. mike huckabee, chris christie, john kasich, and rand paul all of them are
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the polls who are in the major debate tonight. all of them have relatively small amounts of money that they have raised and relatively small amounts of money cash on hand. and so those are the ones who have to if they don't have a really good night tonight they may not have the donors standing by them. they may not have the numbers in the national polls to remain in the race. you mentioned that cbs/"new york times" poll. there is something interesting inside that poll that we ought to keep in mind about this and keep this debate somewhat in perspective. they ask the questions is your mind made up? or is it too early? and the cbs "new york times" poll 28 percent said their money and was made up. 71 percent said it's too early. think about this. last month it was 37 percent said their mind was made up and 63 percent said it was too early. so, we have goont month closer to the election. the voting in iowa starts the first of february yet we have had 8% more people say too early to make up my mind and 8% fewer people say my mind is made up.
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>> karl, i know we probably shouldn't say this but i think it's probably a fact that most people watching tonight want to see whether or not donald trump tries to stomp all over ben carson and whether ben carson takes the bait. what do you expect with the drama between these two tonight? >> i expect donald trump to go after ben carson. he may not go after him as he has attacked his religion for example. i think he is going to go after him. what's going to be interesting to see is ben carson's response. i think we are likely to see more of the same. he has been well-served by having a low key sort of personal approach. he did particularly well in the first debate in his closing statement. but he is going to have tonight to demonstrate that he is willing to voluntarily back at trump it doesn't mean he needs to respond in kind. i thought was good the other day when he said look i'm not going to engage that that kind of stuff that's in essence beneath me. i thought it was a good putdown of trump let's see if he can do it on the stage tonight. >> i think he owns this
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tonight as well as carlie fiorina. this is their area. they both have a business background if they don't do a tremendous job tonight i think we will see them slip do you agree or disagree. >> i agree with you they are both business people so they have got to have a good night tonight so do some of the other. marco rubio has demonstrated a fluency on foreign affairs. he has got to demonstrate a fluency on the economy. jeb bush has demonstrated on economic issues of fluency but he has got to show some energy and sort of meet the expectations of the press to show that he owns part of that stage tonight. i would make one interesting -- one comment about carlie fiorina. i'm interested in the fact that she has done so well in the first debates. first debates she was at the kiddy table. she did really well and won, in essence, the first debate kiddy table and adults and did extremely well in the second debate h a great night versus donald trump. each time she has seen her numbers come up and numbers come down. i would make the point that if she has a good night tonight, she better have a second ability that allows her to ---second act that
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allows her to benefit in that rise in the tweaks now and november 10th the next debate fox business debate. have an act that allows her to go between the november 10th debate and december debate. because what happens is she does well in the debates and then she fades from site. >> a lot of debates coming up including the fox business channel. thank you. >> thank you. >> the early debate has just ended. so, welcome to "on the record" if you are just joining us. and is ever confident donald trump getting worried? after falling into second place in the two iowa polls trump is now begging people in iowa for more support. >> getting a little shakeup in iowa. i don't know what's going on. >> keep on going, donald. >> by the way before we forget, will you get the numbers up, iowa, please? this is ridiculous. what is my competition? in all fairness? what is my competition? i don't like being second. second is terrible to me. in most polls each number one. now, until iowa came along,
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i said every poll. and then iowa -- what the hell are you people doing to me? if i lose iowa, will never speak to you people again. >> and as donald makes a push to get back up on top, at least on that poll, another contender is sick and tired of the way this race is shaping up. >> do you know how crazy this election is? [ laughter ] let me tell you something. i have about had it with these people. what has happened to our party? what has happened to the conservative movement? i'm fed up. i am sick and tired of listening to nonsense and i'm going to have to call it like it is as long as i'm in this race. >> i want to know what you think of the two current frontrunners in national polls who has more to lose in tonight's debate? tweet trump or carson using #greta. and we will show you the live twitter votes throughout the show. and the "on the record" political panel is here. "wall street journal" editorial board member mary kiss so he and radio talk
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show host tammy bruce. first to you, tammy, are you ready to see the showdown with donald trump or take the high road and say you want to hear the substance and the policy. >> there has to be both because we know the democrats won't be a light touch with whoever the nominee is this is a proving ground. if you can't handle donald trump you are not going to be able to handle hillary or putin or anyone else. this is great for whoever the nominee is because we are going to see if they are going to be able to handle it. ben carson needs to be able to answer these questions. of course, he is high in the polls, specifically because nobody really has asked him hard questions. no one has pushed him. if we think he can be the commander and chief if we think he should be president, he should be able to be pushed and he should come back because the world is not a nice place. >> of course, donald trump has said that he lacks energy. that ben carson, i think he even says worse than governor jeb bush who he famously said lacked energy. what do you mean. >> this is classic trump bluster. he has to say these things because he wants to avoid talking about policy. if donald trump is worried, it should be because there is a ceiling on his support.
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huge dislike numbers. even higher than hillary's. he just is kind of making it up as it goes along here. hasn't answered questions about healthcare. tax reform plan that was basically cribbed from jeb bush's. what i'm looking for tonight is candidates who can outline a vision for economic growth in this country and not candidates that can't explain the stagnation we have had. they have to start explaining the stagnation of the last seven years and outline the vision for the future. >> i noticed with kasich and trump, these men are beginning to whine. jeb bush was whining. >> i thought kasich was trying to grab the stage back saying i'm fed up. he better show that energy tonight. >> it makes him look -- >> carlie fiorina. one person who actually is taking everything seriously and uses these obstacles to her benefit. they are all searching for a way to be heard.
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the next president isn't going to have to do that and the next president take control of the situation. >> give you the last word, mary. >> carly fiorina is a very impressive person but she hasn't been in the ebb and flow of politics. we have only elected three outsiders as president in our history. she has a long road ahead. this is just another vetting that she is going to have to get through tonight. >> mary, tammy, thank you both. we are less than 100 days away from the iowa caucus. the first test. thank you both. and breaking right now, a military blimp goes rogue causing fire jets to scramble. the nearly 200-million-dollar blimp breaking free from tether in maryland floating all the way to pennsylvania. fox news senior correspondent rick leventhal is live in pennsylvania at least in route to where that blimp finally went down. rick? >> yeah, greta. we have been on the road for four hours now, still trying to reach that location. bad traffic and bad weather. norad tells us that this areostat is now mostly deflated and secured in the vicinity of more land township, pennsylvania. police have now cordoned off that area and we are told a military recovery team is
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enroute to collect this damaged unmanned air ship. it's part of that multi-billion-dollar joint land attack netted censor system or jay members which is designed -- jlens. spot missiles from the ground. detached from mooring station in aberdeen, maryland. began floating northeast reaching heights of 16,000 feet. tracked by 2:23-16 fighter jets. when the blimp started losing altitude that's when the problem started because it was drag ago tether of more than a mile long. 6700 feet of vectran super fiber. strong as kevlar and designed to hold the blimp down in winds of 100 nazis. the winds were nowhere near that bad. this blimp goes loose and started hitting power lines and causing other problems as this blimp started losing altitude somewhere over
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central pennsylvania. the massive power outages and other problems primarily in columbia county where 30,000 lost electricity. traffic lights went out. government offices and schools were closed, including bloomsberg university. norad says it's still not sure why the blimp came down. it does have an auto deflating system but it was not intentionally deflated and we are told it was not shot down, greta by those f-16s the craft that was designed to spot threats and became a fortunately is no longer a threat it will be on the ground shortly. >> ought to worry about how it came untethered. rick anyway, thank you very much. >> yeah. >> senator rand paul making a big threat just ahead of the g.o.p. debate. what is the senator threatening to do? straight ahead. also, already the obama administration may have been bamboozled by iran. nuclear equipment now missing. fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is here.
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and pretty soon, so did everyone's in the classroom. ok, veronica. amphibian excellent! internet essentials from comcast. helping to bridge the digital divide. tonight's g.o.p. debate will focus on jobs and a the economy. and ahead of the big debate, nearly all the candidates are coming out swinging against congress' new budget deal. kentucky senator rand paul saying he will filibuster the deal. texas senator ted cruz calling it a slap in the face to conservatives. and dr. ben carson saying if he were elected he would never raise the debt ceiling. former new hampshire governor and author of the new book "defiant man" john sununu goes "on the record." good evening, governor, how are you tonight. >> very good. how you tonight? >> each very good. i take it if we will not hear the end of it this budget deal will go into 2016 into the dialogue, do you agree? >> look, this is not the
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only legislative issue people are going to have to make hard decisions on. let me give a context to the challenge and problem that republicans have. and in most exchanges, conflicts, there are different grades of exchanges. there are skirmishes, from there is battles and wars. the war is the conservatives want to win is to change the policies of the obama administration. and the battle that's crucial in order to do that is that the republicans have to win the and hold the majorities in the senate and the house in 16. and what we're looking at are squirmishes in legislature. it's bad -- it's not bright to have a policy that let's you win the scrir militia if it costs you the victory and the war in winning the presidency in the house and the senate. that's the equation that everybody is going to have to look at seriously at some point before they start criticizing each other over this legislation. >> will that legislation do that? >> i think this legislation
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gets a big issue out of the way. and, yeah, there may be some criticism in the short-term, but i think in the long term it's probably best for the republicans to get this issue over with. >> well, it certainly seems that this field of republicans are pretty wild and woolly. they are really aggressive in their debate. more so than i have seen in other years. maybe not but maybe just that there is so many of them. they sure are coming out strong. >> they are. and they are very committed to the presence pells they are talking about. but, you just hope that at some point they stand back and look at the value of winning the injury militia versus the importance of winning the war and being able to get policy changed in the long run. >> is donald trump. >> big policy. >> is donald trump the wild card that makes it really unpredictable on the candidates for how to maneuver on this. >> donald trump is a loud mouth cry baby. and i don't know why the media keeps giving him visibility. >> well, governor, we'll get a chance to see what he has
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to say tonight at the debate and, of course, we are also going to have a debate here at the fox business channel and it gets even more of everybody. anyway, governor, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> and senator rick santorum just walked off the debate stage in boulder. his first stop? where else? he is coming here to go "on the record." that's straight ahead.e ma
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this is a fox news alert. at least three people shot at a mall in indianapolis. police are now on the scene at the washington square mall. witnesses report hearing as many as 15 shots and right
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now the shooter or shooters are still on the loose. one mall employee saying the shooting began just outside a target. one of those shot is in critical condition. the other two have nonlife threatening injuries. "on the record" is monitoring this breaking news. we'll bring you any updates as they come in. and tonight the early debated just wrapping up. the early stage featuring senator rick santorum. bobby jindal, george pataki and south carolina senator lindsey graham. >> how about a round of applause for boulder, colorado. this a s. a beautiful place. the word economy comes from the greek oikos which means family. one word we do not talk about enough is how stable families are vitally important for the middle of america to be prosperous and to grow and be safe. >> we are going the way of europe. the left is trying to turn the american dream into the european nightmare. >> to the chinese. when it comes to dealing with me, you have got a clinched fist and open hand.
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you pick. the party is over to all the dictators. make me commander and chief and this crap stops. >> i cut taxes more than everybody on this stage are, more than everybody on the next stage combined by more than the other 4 the states in new york state. i don't just have a plan, i will enact tax cuts, get rid of those loopholes and make the system fairer for all americans. >> i'm not a scientist. i have got the grades to prove it. [ laughter ] but i have talked to the climatologists of the world and 90% of them are telling me that greenhouse gas effect is real. >> yes, i want families to have better paying jobs and better benefits but we are not going to get that with a government mandate. we are going to get that with a growing economy. >> a true conservative wants to create a level playing field. that's what government is supposed to do. they're not supposed to favor one group over another. and when it comes to our manufacturers, the level playing field is not in the united states. it's internationally. >> good god, look who we're
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running against, the number one candidate on the other side thought she was flat broke after her and her husband were in the white house for eight years. the number two guy went to the soviet union on his honeymoon and i don't think he ever came back. if we don't beat these people who in the world are we going to beat? >> fresh off the debate stage, former pennsylvania senator and presidential candidate rick santorum goes "on the record." good evening, sir. >> thanks for having me on, greta. great to be with you. >> senator, i don't write anybody off and in 2012 against all oz you surprised us all. you won the iowa caucus. so, tell me, what are you doing right now -- i know you just debated but what's your campaign strategy? >> i won here in colorado, i might add and 10 other states. so the campaign strategy, i'm actually on a plane tonight heading to bluffs, iowa and be there first thing in the morning and have five full days in iowa. we are going to be campaigning hard. we are going to be building out our grass roots organization. all these polls, i mean, you saw the "new york times,"
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70-plus% of the people haven't even made up their mind and even he can i can guarantee you a lot of the ones that say they have are going to change. i believe this is a very fluid process. and what we have to do is understand that the election begins february is 1st. it's in iowa. and if we can do well there, and i believe we will. then we are, you know, we are game on just like we were four years ago. >> every year it's quite an interesting collection of candidates. this year is no exception. and you have got governor kasich of ohio saying that he is fed up. i assume he is fed up with a lot of the name-calling. i assume he is focusing on donald trump. do you sort of share that i'm fed up view of governor kasich? >> no, i don't. you know, this is -- i always say don't try running for president at home. this is not an easy thing to do. it's a tough battle. and it's grinding and it's day after day and it's the media, you know, all over you and social media, which is even more brutal. and i can understand thousand can wear on you. but i have been through
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this. i was through it when i was really at the top. he mean after i won the state of colorado, we went to the tops in the polls and, you know, had a chance to win this nomination. and the scrutiny that came with it let me assure you came. i can understand the frustration if you are not use to the intensity. but, you know, one of the reasons that folks who ran before actually do well the next time is because once they go through that process, they have a better way of going through it the second time and coming out on top. >> all right, in the very narrow issue of the economy or jobs, what is the single message you wanted voters to get tonight about you and the economy? >> i'm going to make america the number one manufacturer in the world again. we are going to create millions of new jobs. we are going to take them from china. we're going to lower emissions and greenhouse gases. why? because we are going to take it from one the biggest polluting countries to one of the cleanest countries and move those jobs back here to america. create good paying jobs for american families and focus on energy on making sure that america is the middle
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of america is strong again. >> all right. druch says he is going to bring jobs back too. i hate to go back to him because he is the most obvious one since he has been so vocal about it how do you differ from him on that? >> well, several things. number one, we have a tax plannen that is going to create jobs and not blow a 10 trillion-dollar hole in the deficit which is what his plan does. it's a horrible inefficient. it's not a sound plan. >> we have gotten applauds from steve forbes and steve moore and some others grover norquist looked at this plan love its efficiency and job creating potential. clearly foe -- focuses on making job manufacturing. make it very profitable to move their businesses back here. >> all right. senator, travel safely to iowa. thank you, sir. >> thank you very much, greta. >> okay. this is bad. a new inspection on iran's most dangerous nuclear
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facility shows an important piece of equipment is missing. fox news chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is live in washington. what is this all about. >> one of iran's most secretive military sites and it was just last month that inspectors were moved in -- allowed to go in and according to our contacts what they found is that equipment is missing as well as what's called a containment vessel. this is a special chamber where they are able to test cet detective detonators to trir warheads. what iran has to answer now why they chose to renovate an empty building over and over again and whether this was an effort to sanitize it the kind of progress they made with their nuclear weapons program, greta. >> how did we find this out? is this inspection by iae or is this iran being honest or is this just sources? >> based on my reporting, the iaea found that the containment vessel and the equipment was missing when they were able to get into
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parchen for the first time ever last month and they were able to get in as part of this effort to establish a baseline, which is part of the nuclear deal framework. >> all right. president obama speaking on it? is this going to make a big deal to the president obama? >> this is very important to the deal. because the iaea report is expected in december. and it's supposed to lay out iran's past and present program. it's the way forward if sanctions are going to be lifted. what critics are telling fox news is the missing equipment really represents a gap in the data. and the information is now incomplete. so it's hard to make a real assessment on whether iran has made significant progress on its program and whether it really is right to let the -- onto lift the sanctions. time clearly investigate this according an inspector is virtually impossible.
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nominating him for speaker. the vote breakdown in the g.o.p. speaker vote behind closed doors was 200 for ryan. 43 votes for florida's daniel webster. one for majority leader kevin mccarthy and one vote for tennessee's marcia blackburn bite. late tomorrow morning there is expected to be a new speaker of the house in paul ryan. he needs 218 votes on the floor. more than he earned today but some conservative house freedom caucus members are flu pledging to support ryan. then the difficult work begins trying to get the house to operate more efficiently and basically get things done a lot better at a time when things are very polarized. that is why some say the job of speaker is the toughest job in washington. greta? >> mike, he needs 18 more votes under the numbers you just gave us and the one thick that nobody wants -- thing wants 218. the outliers people in your own party who don't want you so you are back to square one with the big fight? >> that's right. i have talked to a number of leadership folks and number of members who sigh they
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believe a lot of these folks are going to come over to paul ryan. that they wanted to be able to say that to their constituents that he was not their first choice but that he is an acceptable one and so he has been working the phones, talking to these conservatives all day long. and i'm told they are not expecting surprises tomorrow morning. greta. >> well, they may not have surprises but may wonder what they're drinking when you talk to some of these people in terms of they're strong positions. we will wait and see. maybe it will work out, who knows. anyway, they are optimistic. mike, thank you. >> thanks, greta. >> and a fight on a subway platform ends with a man nearly electrocuted. that video next. don't forget to watch hannity tonight at so:00 p.m. eastern. 2016 presidential candidates donald trump and senator ted cruz will both join sean. that's tonight at 10:00 p.m. on hannity. any way you want it... sweet, spicy, and crispy. like wood-grilled teriyaki shrimp... ...and buttery garlic shrimp scampi. and yeah, it's endless,
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got ready to speed read the news. the south carolina sheriff's deputy now fired. deputy ben fields was caught on camera flipping a high school girl out of chair and dragging her across the floor. the student was disrupting class and refused to leave so the deputy was called. in calls for his firing started immediately after the veryio surfaced. the fbi and the department of justice are now investigating. and how did that end up there? a woman in michigan heard a loud crash, walked out of her house and found a ford mustang on her roof. cops say the driver lost control of the car and headed down the hill near the woman's house. brand new video out of philadelphia showing a man barely escaping instant electrocution. the man fell on the third wheel of a subway track after chasing two people who robbed him. one of the suspects used a taser and left him lying on the track. thin color on electrified third rail may have saved his life. thousands of new york's finest gathering for the the funeral of murdered brother officer randolph holder.
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holder's body. this is the fourth time in less than a year that the nypd has to mourn one of its own murdered in the line of duty. last week officer holder was shot and killed, murdered while chasing a career criminal. his body will now be laid to rest in his native country. '' earlier in the day the prince along with first lady michelle obama visited injured troops at a base in virginia. kevin corke live at the white house for the royal visit. kevin? >> hey, greta. good evening. the prince and the president here at the white house today as you point out prince harry of great britain stopping by the oval office for a little conservation with the commander and chief. the two men as you might imagine had plenty to talk about. a little, you know, small talk and then after the cameras got out of there they had a chance to actually have a more substantive conversation. now, earlier in the day, spent a little time over in virginia at fort bragg where he also as you pointed out had a chance to hang out with mitchell obama at a
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basketball game ahead of the invictus games. that's coming up in orlando next year. >> i heard that invictus 2016 will remind people everywhere just how incredible our service personnel are and how much of a positive contribution to society they make. i'm sure the american public will embrace the invictus games just as the british public did in 2014. i can't wait to see you all in orlando. you better bring it usa. [ laughter ] >> i'm loving the beard. i don't think i could k. pull that off, greta to be honest with you. by the way he did hug a lot of service perch nell. i'm sure i speak for a lot of people out there, a lot of young ladies all over the globe that wish they were there back to you. >> all right. kevin. what's the story with the white house press corps? was everyone extra excited because he was there. i know they sea world leaders and everything was it different with prince harry arriving. >> don't tell everybody. yes we get excited it's the
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prince. you kind of want to throw a question at the president when you go into the oval office. one of my colleagues mark of cbs pointed out the prince had that nice beard the prince looked back at mark who has a salt and pepper investigation of his own and said you two. >> -- said you too. >> thank you. >> you are welcome. >> coming up, don't you dare leave because we need to talk about something off the record. that's next. and don't miss our lineup of live fox news show right after tonight's debate. tune back over to fox starting with sean hannity at 10:00. but now, i...don't excedrin® is fast. in fact for some, relief starts in just 15 minutes. excedrin®. now available in geltabs.
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let's all go off-the-record. don't you dare move. we need to talk about this. have we lost our collective minds? i'm talking about what we, that's all of us, are allowing to happen to our
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military families the latest blue star survey showing a trend of uncertainty among their troops and families. nervousness about job security. retirement benefits. financial security and future employment prospects for service members and their spouses. i don't know how the federal ignores. this it's disgraceful. it has come to this that the brave men and women in our military and their families feel this way. and anotherrer disturbing finding from the study. 90% of active duty service members and their families surveyed feel the general public doesn't understand the sacrifices made by service members and their families. that's very distressing. isn't it? the fact they feel that way shows we're failing them. i don't want to fail them. do you? never forget when we need the military, they step up. so now it's our turn. they need us. we need to step up. we need to prove we get it. that we care. and there are million ways to do it. hire a vet, email your
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representative in washington to fix the v.a. or even just a simple thanks when you see a veteran or family member. that's a good start because we owe them so much more post your ideas on my facebook page how we can all help. i will spot these ideas and that's my off-the-record comment tonight. have you been voting on twitter. who of the two frontrunners has more to lose in tonight's g.o.p. debate. donald trump or ben carson. here are the results. 60% say donald trump. 40% say dr. ben carson. and check this out. this is the best tweeted picture of the day. we have a theme this week. today it is a bunny dressed up as a jack lantern. and never miss my favorite tweeted pic of the day set vr to record "on the record" so you never miss our best tweeted pic of the day we play every night. you can do it like 11:01 each night. but thank you for being with us. see you again tomorrow night right here at 7:00 p.m.
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eastern. up next the o'reilly factor. do not miss a special late live lineup starting with sean hannity at 10:00 p.m. donald trump and senator ted cruz. good night from new york. ♪ ♪ hi, i'm bill o'reilly. welcome to a fox news political special. for this hour we will replay some of our most compelling interviews with powerful politicians in addition, we will analyze the what the republican con tenders for president must do to win the nomination. so, we begin the special with the guy who knows the field perhaps as well as anyone in the country. bret baier the anchor of "special report" joins us now from washington. so you do this all the time. i mean you do this all the time. have you interviewed all the republican candidates, bret he? >> i have. every one. >> every one. okay. so let's put


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