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we'll talk about that hopefully in the future, thank you for your question. that is all the time we have left from los angeles. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow night. was it a debate disaster? republican presidential contenders blasting cnbc accusing the moderators of liberal bias, gotcha questions and total failure to manage speaking time. all of that as the debate spiraled totally out of control. >> now you are skipping more votes than any senator to run for president. why not slow down, get a few more things done first, or at least finish what you start? >> i talk to economic advisors who have served presidents of both parties. they said that you have as much chance of cutting taxes that much without increasing the deficit as you would of flying away from that podium by flapping your arms. >> you have a flat tax plan of 10% flat taxes and i have looked at it and this is something that is very appealing to a lot of voters, but i have had a really tough time trying to make the math work on.
this you want to bring the 70,000 finals 3? >> that's right three pages. >> small type? >> americans better off because your greatness would replace the stupidity and incompetence of others. >> that's right. >> let's be honest. [ laughter ] >> is this a comic book version of a presidential campaign? >> you accidently intermingled money with your campaign money. you face foreclosure on a second home you bought and last you're you liquidated $68,000 retirement fund that cost you thousands of dollars in taxes and penalties. in terms of all of that it raises the question whether you have the maturity and the wisdom to leave -- lead this economy. >> the home page of their website with the logo our your shoulder. >> if somebody put me on their home page they did it without my permission. >> does that not speak to your vetting process or judgment in any way? >> no. >> [crowd booing] >> they know. >> the leading republican candidate when you look at the average of national polls right now is donald
trump. when you look at him, do you see someone with the moral authority to unite the country? [crowd booing] >> former new york city mayor and former presidential candidate rudy giuliani joins us. good evening, sir. >> well, i went through 11 republican debates in 19 -- 2007, and 2008, and i got some really, you know, difficult questions like chris matthews asked me what's the difference between she a and sunni and i said to chris you want the historical difference or the ancient difference and then he backed off the question the minute he knew i knew the difference. i have never seen anything like that. that was totally out of control. those reporters should, i think they should just join the democratic national committee and stop being reporters. entire attack questions. silly, ridiculous, stupid things that are brought up. here we have -- this is supposed to be an economic debate. cnbc, the business channel.
we should. >> confused as fox business network. >> which is a lot better by the way. you have a lot better people with neil and maria and people you have there who know a lot more about the market than their people. but, neefnt, aside from that advertisement, the reality is they should have been asked about what are your tax plans? first of all, harwood completely misrepresented rubio's tax plan. rubio's tax plan, which i have studied, does not give twice as many benefits to the rich as the poor. just the opposite, which actually has been fact-checked now three times by three different groups. >> you know, maybe it's the sarcasm in me but i thought the first question what is your weakness because i thought to myself very sarcastically my weakness i was full foolish enough to show up here. we hadn't even heard the question at that point. >> greta, very often john mccain after our debate in
2007 and i have to say what the heck are we doing with these guys who just want to kill us? i mean, they don't want to give us a chance to explain our position. i mean, look, we may not be right, but we have reasonable positions. every one of those men you saw up there last night, they are reasonable, good, people. and and a reasonable good woman, carlie carly fiorina. >> here is what ted cruz said last night because he blasted them. >> he did a great job. >> let me say something at the outset the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. [ applause ] this is not a cage match. and you look at the question, donald trump, are you a comic book villain, ben carson, you can do math? john kasich, will you insult two people over here? marco rubio, why don't you resign? jeb bush, why are v. your numbers fallen? how about talking about the substantive issues people care about.
>> well, he blasted them. >> yeah, absolutely true. well, what i want to know is what's jeb bush -- what jeb bush's position on how do we reduce the deficit? how do we deal -- how do we deal economic, how do we deal with taxes? raise them? lower them? where are we going to raise them or lower them? dozens of questions they should be asking. not those gotcha, ridiculous add homonym vicious attacks on people which they don't do to hillary. i mean, hillary had a debate the other night, my god, it was like sociopathic lying. here she is confronted -- she is confronted with an email where she tells her daughter this is an al qaeda attack. she tells the egyptian prime minister it's an al qaeda attack and for 14 days she, obama, and susan rice tell the people it's because of a video about mohammed that had nothing to do with it. and nobody who questioned
her had the guts to say to her, mrs. clinton, you were the secretary of state. when you saw susan rice on television saying this was about the obama video, i was on one of the shows with susan rice at the time, and my response, i was sitting in the green room was bull -- the rest of it. how come you didn't fire her for lying? now, if you want to have the same debate, you want to be equal, that's what you have to do to hillary clinton. if you want to do that to these republican candidates. >> mayor, always nice to see you. thank you for joining us, sir. >> thank you, greta. and tonight the big question. who are the biggest winners and losers from last night's debate? >> but marco, when you signed up for this, this was a six-year term. and you should be showing up to work. i mean, literally, the senate what is it like a french workweek? you get like three days where you have to show up? you can campaign or just resign and let someone else take the job. >> now, jeb, i don't remember -- let me tell you i don't remember you ever complaining about john mccain's vote record.
the only reason why you are doing it now because we are running for the same position and someone has convinced that you attacking me is going to help. >> you let me say something at the outset the questions that have been asked so far in this debate illustrate why the american people don't trust the media. [ applause ] this is not a cage match. how about talking about the substantive issues people care about? [cheers and applause] >> wait a second, we have $19 trillion in debt, we have people out of work. we have isis and al qaeda attacking us, and we are talking about fantasy football? [cheers and applause] >> just a minute. no, we are going to continue this. i want to talk tax glls coming back to you in a minute. becky is moving on. >> even in new jersey what you are doing is called rude. [ laughter ] >> i want to know what you think so vote right now on twitter. did you change candidates after watching the debate last night? tweet yes or no using #greta and we will show you the results throughout the show. and the "on the record"
political panel is here. the "wall street journal" jason riley and the "the washington post" philip bump. philip, i must confess i'm a little bit chagrin myself because i went into the debate wondering what trump would say. i was interested about the fireworks rather than the substantive issues and shame on me. >> actually a lot of viewers did. viewership was down from the second debate. people are getting a little past the donald trump phase of this campaign there are still lots and lots of energy expressed on the stage it was toward the moderators instead of each other. >> what did you think? >> i think trump was subdued. i think trump realizes he is not where he is in the polls because of his debate performance. notwithstanding. i would say the same thing about ben carson, too. what was remarkable how much time was spent on trump not talking. i think they went 20-something minutes at one point in the debate without trump saying anything. >> was. >> cnbc was the big loser last night. ted cruz was absolutely right. people tune into the debates to be informed about the candidates, asking mike huckabee if trump has the
moral authority to lead the country is not making anyone better informed. it did seem as mayor giuliani said like these moderators were working from a democratic party talking points. >> to be fair, similar questions came up in the first two debates as well with. we obviously remember what happened in the first debate and we remember cnn where cnn was asking similar sorts of questions. >> everyone is up to their eyeballs in. this cnn had boxing ads. this is maybe a good time for the media to sort of take a good look at itself. >> but after cnbc i think jeb bush had an off night. he needed to have a big night. he did not have that i think the attacks on rubio's record was a big mistake. staged.k fired. it seemed forced. rubio saw it coming and he pushed back pretty hard and pretty effective live i thought. >> why do people watch these debates? is it because they want to learn something? they want to be entertained or have it confirmed that they made the right choice, they picked the right horse at this stage? >> i think part is be
informed voters. democratic debate. lots of people turned out to watch the debate not having donald trump on the stage. he was a big draw in this thing. people are watching this both to be entertained and actually learn something. cnbc is to make sure everyone sticks around. >> last night many people are undecided but nobody changed their mind, jason. >> i think the g.o.p. in general, the field came across as a substantive and deep. we had a substantive discussion about entitlement reform. >> last night we had that? >> yes. they were talking about raising retirement ages. they were talking about means testing these programs. that used to be a third rail. particularly in a primary. that shows, i think that the g.o.p. is a serious party presenting serious candidates. they are not talking about raising texas on the rich to pay for everything and the same old same old going forward. i thought that was very encouraging. >> panel, thank you. from iowa to new hampshire the candidates are already back on the campaign trail.
fox news political correspondent carl cameron is live in boulder, colorado. carl? >> hi there, greta. there has been a lot of changes since that debate last night. this afternoon ben carson who had a pretty good showing last night. not any kind of breakout performance of because of his soft-spoken nature he is not a but theinski so he doesn't get in shouting matches. evidence urged them to get together and call for a format change. he had an event here today in lakewood, colorado, and had about 1500 people and then a news conference to announce that he is putting together this attempt to try to change the format and give the candidates more time where they won't be interrupted. donald trump had an event in reno, nevada. in reno, nevada he asked the crowd who won and they shouted back that he did. he pointed to snap polls. the kind of surveys taken overnight that often don't pear out over the long term to show he did very well last night. he said he thought he did very well even though most of the reviews were somewhat
critical and far lackluster compared to last debate appearances. that between jeb bush and marco rubio. marco rubio is trying to down play it he turned around jeb bush's attack suggesting he should resign senate seat because he missed so many votes. made the point there have been lots and lots of people who missed votes democrats and republicans and people that jeb bush supported in the past and never said anything about. rubio wants to be careful because he recognizes last night's performance can get him a lot of scrutiny down playing a long road. a lot of work to do and lot more campaigning to do we expect things to change dramatically a number of times. puts that into the context of jeb bush today who was calling to donors and trying to reassure them has things under control. he had a an event in porth portsmouth a meet and greet thousand cher shop i know i have got to do better but the last thing is to consider me on life support. i have the best organization and money. he says he is charging forward even though he has to reaschurr those donors. lapsely there is ted cruz --
i should point out in the case of jeb bush his situation has gotten so dire that he is going to have major speech on monday in which he will outline what his view of the race is and then have a bus tour in florida where is he competing against marco rubio to shore up support and then take that to new hampshire. he is he really hitting the pavement hard trying to overcome. this then back to ted cruz. ted cruz yesterday by lighting up the republican party and uniting them against the media got a huge bounce. he has got a very strong organization and had been competing against rubio for third place in the national polls. the next battle is likely to be between marco rubio and ted cruz. two senators who this week are going to be dealing with the debt ceiling and things in washington where they would much rather be out on the campaign trail talking to voters. greta? carl, thank you. the spotlight shining on the three political outsiders as well. how you did they do? >> i may not be your dream candidate just yet, but i can assure you i am hillary clinton's worst nightmare. >> probably in terms of supplying for a job as
president weakness would be not really seeing myself in that position until hundreds of thousands of people begin to tell me that i needed to do it. >> everybody said it was going to be three hours, three and a half, including them, and in about two minutes i renegotiated it down to two hours so we can get the hell out of here. not bad. [ laughter ] and i will do that with the country. we will make america great again. >> former president and political outsider himself herman cain joins us. how did the outsider does last night and primarily we think of the outsiders as trump, carson and fiorina? >> i think the outsiders did great. fiorina is right. she is hillary's worst nightmare. carson her second worst nightmare and donald trump is her third worst nightmare. i think they did great for the following reason. they didn't need to have a breakout moment. they had already had a breakout moment so they didn't say anything or do anything that was going to detract from the image and
the perception that a lot of people already have. the outsiders in my opinion held their own and they did great. >> he will, what is -- well, what is interesting ben carson's campaign in the last 24 hours made $2 million in donations that's a significant amount of money. senator ted cruz is not considered an outsider but a first term senator like senator marco rubio and rand paul he has made 775,000. money is starting to come in over the transom in the last 24 hours at least from this debate. >> yes. that is a good thing. because, what i see with ben carson is that people are starting to get more and more familiar with his intellect. even though he doesn't have the forcefulness of a donald trump. even though he doesn't have the articulate of a carly fiorina, they are seeing that he would be a very responsible leader if he were to get the nomination and if he were to become president. so i'm not surprised. >> where do you draw the
line? dr. ben carson has incredible intellect as a neurosurgeon. there is no one questions that. but then you have got candidates like governor kasich of ohio who has got incredible resume in terms of experience. he has been on capitol hill. he has been a governor. you have got other governors in the race, whether it's governor christie or governor bush. you have got some that seem to have this intellect and less experience and then you have got some who have a whole boat load of experience. if any of those governors had asked me you can't sell being a national candidate based upon the record in your state alone. i suspected going into the debate last night that the governors were going to have a hard time. that strategy has been try to talk about the things that you have done in your state. that's not resonating with main street u.s.a. >> why not? wouldn't you think -- i sort of look at experience -- i would rather see experience, see it with my own eyes than listen to someone, you know, sweet talk me.
>> you are looking at it deeper than most people on main street, u.s.a. people on main street u.s.a., one, they are looking for a fighter. secondly, they are looking for someone who understands that they are hurting. 50% of all workers in this country are making $30,000 or less. this is what they're looking for. thirdly, people on main street, u.s.a., know that washington does not work. and if you fix it, it starts with who occupies the white house. political experience is not swaying main street u.s.a. that's why the outsiders are continuing to do very well in my opinion. >> thank you, mr. cain. viewers, keep voting on twitter. did you change candidates after watching the debate last night? tweet yes or no using #greta and you will will see live results throughout "on the record." and you do not want to miss the next debate. november 10th, in milwaukee. the great state of wisconsin. the candidates back in action on our sister station
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number two guy end to the soviet union on his honeymoon and i don't think he ever came back. if we don't beat these people who the hell are we going to beat. >> major showdown as four underdoggen candidates took the stage in presidential debate. lindsey graham stealing the spotlight. >> what are the three apps that you use most frequently on your cell phone. >> number one, fox news. to the chinese, when it comes to dealing with me you have a clinched fist or open hand. you pick. the party is over to all the dictators. make me commander and chief and this crap stops. let me tell you what is real. the threat to our homeland. i have never seen so many threats to our homeland than i do today. barack obama is an incompetent commander and chief. there are more terrorist organizations with safe havens that attack the american homeland than any time since 9/11. >> senator lindsey graham joins us. good evening, sir. >> thank you very much. >> that was a pretty good clip. >> fun clips to watch. tell me, what are the issues
brought up last night was climate change. you have been very outspoken about it. why is that such a contentious issue in the republican party because you would think that science would prove it or disprove this one. >> you know, i don't know but i have been to alaska. i have ton gon antarctica and greenland. i believe that co 2 emissions are creating a green house gas effect that traps heat. the difference between me and the democrats they have turned it into religion. it's a problem for me i like to have the lower carbon economy. solar power, wind power, count me on. one thing going to lower carbon economy no longer is it good for the environment no longer have to send billion dollars overseas to buy oil to from people that hate your guts. not the biggest problem we face in terms of national security. when the democrats. national security threat. they say climate change, that's ridiculous. it's radical islam with a nuclear weapon or chemical
biological weapon and very close to it. >> you vote for the budget one that some republicans did not vote for. why did you vote for it? >> because it puts money back into the defense department. we are on course to spend cut our defense budget in half by 2021 we are going to spend half than what we would normally spend on defense. the army would be at 1945 level. the navy would be 1915 size navy. this is ridiculous it adds $40 billion back to the department of defense at a time we need it. the men and women who are fighting this war need every dollar we can send to them. i don't want to go into battle without being well-equipped and this budget is a small step in the right direction. if i were president of the united states, i would cancel these defense cuts because they are getting our ability to defend ourselves. these defense cuts are insane. >> i realize you were too busy last night to watch the debate you were in the first debate. did you watch the second debate and what did you think about it? >> parts of it number one, the process that we have chosen as republicans is not serving us well. i don't think i'm an
undercard candidate. i have been to iraq and afghanistan 35 times. 30 years in the military. i think my voice is important on national security. i should be on the main stage testing other candidates. let them test me. the goal is to produce the best nominee to win an election we can't afford to lose. the difference between fourth place and last is within the margin of of error what i would do is have a random draw, two debates, smaller groups and ask really good questions. not silly questions. i thought the mod moderators were off base about to give to syria and iran. john kerry is just about ready to give jerry to russia and iran on top of a nuclear deal he has given the ayatollah. >> 30 seconds left. how are you doing in new hampshire? i know you spend a lot of time there what's your thought? >> i think that's my break through state. john mccain is going to help me there he won there twice. i do house parties. i do town halls, weddings, bar mitzvahs, funerals,
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the house. >> i'm now ready to take the oath of office. >> you will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which you are about to enter so help you god? >> i do. [cheers] >> thank you. >> paul ryan is the new speaker of the house, yes? the congressman from wisconsin, former vice presidential candidate and cheese head and, yes, i can say that well, is he taking over but, what does that mean for you? congressman jason chaffetz joins us from capitol hill. good evening, congressman. >> hey, thanks, greta. >> so what difference is it going to make to have this new speaker of the house? there is into sense of optimism. members across the board. as you improve that process i think you get a better product at the end. we voted on a bill this week. i voted no on a bill that should have never come up the way that it did. he think paul ryan understands that as being rank and file member being a
two time we better get a better result and i think we will. >> one of the things made reference to in speech today was that committees are going to write the legislation. is that big difference? >> it's a total, huge change as the chairman of the oversight committee, one of the first things leadership did was try to pull a bill up to the floor bypassing my committee. i held the line and said t. no it has to go through committee. i have got to believe that a speaker ryan would never even take that approach at the beginning. and i think that's why you see this big cede change. >> speaking of smiling faces. governor mitt romney was there with hesitate wife. he tweeted a picture there it is. that is with paul ryan's wife and there is governor and mrs. romney. that was funnel. all right. the speech, i mean, these are wonderful days. these are fun people calls for everyone let's work
together and a everything. are they -- will there be that? i mean, are democrats more interested in talking? are republicans more interested in talking to each other? >> well, i hope. >> i want to come up with as much bipartisan work as we can. as we take this first approach move agenda moves tax reform holding people accountable. making sure that our military is properly cared for. fixing the va. these are going to take some aggressive action. and then what i'm really excited about with paul ryan is taking that fight to the senate. because i think paul is one of the most articulate members we have. he has shown that he can work with democrats and hold the line on our our agenda and try to push mitch mcconnell in the right direction. so we actually put bills on the president's desk that has not been happening. >> i'm very interested in people talking to each other. i will tell you some rather disturbing news the agenda project i didn't know much about, nonprofit group founded by someone on the
collaborative at kennedy school at harvard in the middle of paul ryan's speech at the send out a fundraiser. in the fundraising letter far right extremists. seniors need to be scared. yany off the cliff video. they are coming full force saying that paul ryan is going to do all these horrible things. this is fundraising during his speech where he is calling for bipartisan and republicans to speak to each other. >> i heard somebody say there is is the establishment in washington, d.c. then there is the established antiestablishment agenda out there. there are people who feed on this frenzy. they try to profit on somebody's ill -- that some of this ill will. it is fundamentally wrong as somebody at home beware of these things that are trying to blow up this process. let's fight on issues, but to immediately engage and start calling paul ryan, trying to tear him down, that's not productive. what you heard from paul ryan in this speech is let's come together, have vigorous debate. but then let's vote. and look, republicans have the majority. we have got to push that
agenda and those bills not only to the senate but then on to the president. >> this is sort of interesting. he hadn't even finished his speech and they are already on the attack. they could have at least waited to see what happens. waited two hours. anyway, mr. chairman, nice to talk to you, and we will be watching congress very carefully to see how things go. thank you, sir. >> thanks, greta. >> and terror on the roadway as a loaded plane erupts in flames. that's next. plus, police officers across the country are furious at movie director quinton tarantino. now they are taking action.
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ago computer to lure the girl into having sex. well, today, the former prep school student learning how much time he will spend behind bars in may of 2014 owen labrie only 18 years old at the time using facebook and email to arrange for sex with a fellow student who was under 16 years old. how long will he be locked up? the new hampshire union leader's dale vincent joins us. what was the sentence or what is the sentence? >> well, the sentence is one year, stand committed except he is appealing his felony charge computer charge. free on bail and going home to vermont with his mommy. >> he is out pending the entire appeal or i don't understand. >> well, yes. he has been convicted on three counts of sexual asawvment one of endangering the welfare of a child and the felony count is the one that he lured the girl with
various messages. that's the one that also requires him to register forever as a sexual offender, which he has already done. >> what happened to -- he had a scholarship to school, right? what happened to that? >> well, we don't know for sure. they said that it could be rescinded. and it certainly sounded like it had been because his lawyer talked about how his future had been devastated by this and he was going to have to try to heal. many. >> his reaction was what. >> before he stood for the sentencing, to have his hands together as if he was in prayer. but we didn't see any tears like we did when he was actually founding guilty. so, he -- i think he knew he wasn't going to have to go
to jail today. but, even when he does go to jail, he will only be there for eight months, probably. because that will be time, good time for behaving there. and then he will be on probation for a total of five years. >> thank you very much for joining us. and the "on the record" legal panel is here. former homicide detective criminal defense attorney ted williams and former prosecutor katie phang. katie, first to you. your thought? >> i think that for people who thought that maybe he was going to get as close to 11 years, that even a year is pretty significant for a kid who was going to one of the fanciest prep schools in the united states. but what we heard from the prosecution during the sentencing was alarming. the facebook messages we can't even repeat them but in polite company on national tv because they were so outrageous. shows a sign to owen labrie. they call it the la breezy sleazy method because he was so good at luring young girls and having sex with them. so, guess what? you are a registered sex offender for the rest your
life and a year in jail is a lot for a kid. >> i actually have a problem -- the sentencing i wasn't there for the trial and i didn't see the accuser, the victim, i didn't see any of that. i actually have a hard time with this whole business about 18-year-old having to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. ted, i don't know why, but it's like to me, this isn't -- this is different case than some of these other sexual assaults. >> absolutely. it's sad that this senior salute went on at this prep school and it's sad that there are two lives ruined here. this kid owen labrie was headed to harvard's divinity school. that has been rejected and he is no longer going there. and he has to register at 18 years of age as a sex offender because of this sexual encounter with this young girl. but i also another side of this, greta, this young girl who was 15 at the time. her life also appears to
have been ruined as a result of this katie go back to you on this. i assign a lot of blame to this prep school. the parents entrusted these young people into their custody and from the stories we are hearing, it does sound pretty racey there and it doesn't seem like there is a lot of supervision. >> as a parent, i completely agree. you send your child to a prep school where you think they are going to get a fantastic education and learn to socialize but not socialize in that way. and you know what's interesting is saint paul's, it took the position previously during the trial before owen labrie was convicted that they were in support of owen labrie. after he was convicted they issued a statement how they found victims have a been courageous to provide her testimony. sounds like they are talking out both sides of their mouth and worried about exposure for people not sending their kids there so they're not going to get the money anymore. >> 10 seconds out on bond pending resolution of po. what do you think? >> sooner or later he is
going to have to report. i think this is very sad. do i believe there may be some culpability on the part of the school, greta. >> ted and katie, thank you both very much. and police officers around the country lashing out at quinton tarantino. so, what are they doing? that's next. and don't forget to watch hannity tonight at 10:00 p.m. two presidential candidates are joining sean. ohio governor john kasich and former florida governor jeb bush that's tonight at 10:00 p.m. on hannity. huh, fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. yeah, everybody knows that. well, did you know that playing cards with kenny rogers gets old pretty fast? ♪ you got to know when to hold'em. ♪ ♪ know when to fold 'em. ♪ know when to walk away. ♪ know when to run. ♪ you never count your money, ♪ when you're sitting at the ta...♪ what? you get it? i get the gist, yeah. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.
murderer he is the murderers. referring to police officers. well with, the speech happening just days after an nypd officer was gunned down in the line of duty. rich costello, former president of philadelphia's fraternal order of police shot twice in the face in the line of duty. good evening, sir. what in the world is going to be with quinton tarantino, do you think? >> well, what i think, greta, we have another hollywood hack here who has a movie coming out that is trying to get his name and face on the news. normally you have to play for it but in this case they give it to him. in this case he is standing in the blood of a new york city police officer and i think that's despicable. >> most of his movies that i have seen or heard about are violent. he makes money on violence and incredible violence. sort appalling like is he out there like the big piece nic calling for calm. is he not trying to do that he is trying to rev people
up against the police. >> yeah this guy claimed he had a conscious. as far as i'm concerned he has the conscious of jack the ripper. this will be an easy boycott for us because his films are be as entertaining as watching road kill. >> are you hearing the police in the cities are doing it and whether there is for a boycott people who are not police but friends of police, perhaps? >> well, the boycott, our meeting started at 7:00 p.m. tuesday evening. the boycott was offered to our membership and by 7:o2 the boycott was put into effect unanimously. i would say that's pretty good support. >> do you have the sense that police feel there is a target on their back? and to what extent, you know, is the media, you know, partially responsible for putting the spotlight on this? >> well, greta, police are the last group in america
that it is still perfectly acceptable to stereotype, to smear, and to slur as a group. when one is accused. we are all guilty. and unlike anybody else, when an officer is accused, he is guilty until proven innocent. so, yes, we feel that oftentimes the rights that we are are asked to die for on behalf of everybody else are denied to us. the rights of due process. the rights of being innocent until proven guilty, the right to face your accuser. we don't seem to get any of that. >> well, rich, i don't know if you have been to washington to see the memorial for the fallen law enforcement. it's quite breathtaking. more than 20,000 names etched into the wall of the many men and women who have been killed in the line of duty. it's breathtaking. thank you very much for joining us.e> >> thank you. >> and coming up, sometimes it's good to dare to be dull. i will tell you who should
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let's all go off-the-record for a minute. i have always thought the best interviews are those in which the next day the people are saying that interview was great. but i forgot, who was the anchor? that means the spotlight was where it should be, on the guest, the issues, and not on the anchor. which bring me to the next debate. fox business network, which by the way if you don't know fox business network is on fire, skyrocketing in success up a whopping 92% in daytime and now fox business will be hosting the next g.o.p. debate. and while no one has asked me, after watching last night's debate on cnbc i have advice to the debate moderators and it's this. dare to be dull. no starkey, insulting comments like the one to trump about a cartoon and dare to be dull, straight about the issues. just be adults. it's been difficult this debate season for some moderators and each some
networks to forget this is all not about them. instead this election and debate are will the nation, the american people, the future, your children's future. and with fox business hosting the net debate. you and i are so lucky. we have two adults doing that prime time debate. not known for showing off but for knowing their business. getting you information. so i'm looking forward to neil cavuto and maria bartiromo moderating this next debate in prime time on fox business network on november 2ened. that's my off-the-record comment tonight. you don't want to miss, this tomorrow night mega star actress sandra bullock goes "on the record" to talk about upcoming movie our brand is crisis. shear is a sneak peek. >> if you look at politics, it's big business. every big business has that quiet team behind it that sort of helps fix control, manipulate, consult and here we have literally that a team going down. ad consultants, they go in to sort of take this candidate that's basically
second to last and help him to win the election. >> be sure to tune in tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. eastern to catch the rest of the interview. and that debate on fox business, november 10th. don't forget to watch that that's november 10th. and if you can't watch "on the record" live, you know what to do just use your dvr and, of course, you have been voting on twitter. did you change can candidates after watching last night. here are the poll results. 80% of you say. no 20% say that you did. check this out. this is the best tweeted picture of the day. that is so cute. who doesn't love a redheaded dog? not a bad choice for halloween costume either. of course, never miss my favorite tweeted pic of the day that's why you want to set your dvr to record "on the record." never miss your best tweeted pic of the day. go back and watch with your dvr and play it whenever you want. 11:01 each night is a good recommendation by me and there is so much going on "on the record" you just
never want to miss out on anything. facebook page, there is gretawire. we do so much and check out behind the scene videos and comments tell me what you think about off-the-record each night. good night from new york city. see you tomorrow night 7:00 tonight on "red eye", what happens when someone other than fox news hosts the republican debate? we recap the mad cap so-called debate next. and how do the super rich get to be super rich? i promise our discussion will feature the word "boot straps." and what happened on my lunch date with the one and only mr. mr. donald trump. it was so fantastic your head will spin like linda blair. tiers, a news break -- first a news break. >> this is a fox news alert. i'm patricia stark. the senate approved final passage of the two-year budget and debt deal. the agreement will raise the government debt ceiling until march 2017 preventing a defaultus