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again, please remember, the spin stops here because we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, dr. ben carson firing back. the republican presidential hopeful getting in a heated exchange with reporters after a new article suggests carson and his team concedes to fabricating stories. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. for years now, carson has told the story of a tough childhood, rocked by an absent father and financial hardship. but, yesterday, cnn took issue with his redemption story. the idea that he drastically changed when he concord
conquered his violent temper. the plit cole posting an article this morning declaring ben carson admits fabricating west point scholarship. they've since changed that headline. but the questions have not gone away. two hours ago in a fiery press conference, dr. carson addressed those very claims, taking the media to task for what he claims is an attempt to tarnish him. >> i think what it shows, and these kinds of things show, is that there is a desperation on behalf of some to try to find a way to tarnish him. they have been looking through everything. they have been talking to everybody i've ever known. there's got to be a scandal. there's got to be some nurse he's having an affair with. they are getting desperate. so, next week, it will be my kindergarten teacher who said i peeed in my pants.
here's my prediction. my prediction is that all of you guys trying to pile on is actually going to help me. when i go out to these book signings, i see these thousands of people, they say don't let the media get you down. don't let them disturb you. please continue to fight for us. they understand that this is a witch hunt. i do not remember this level of scrutiny for one president barack obama. i remember just the opposite. but we won't talk about that. my job is to call you out when you're unfair. first, what general rated that response from dr. ben carson. good evening, trace. >> dr. ben carson has been
telling the same story for at least the past 25 years writing in his 1995 autobiography, "gifted hands." he was urged to attend the army's military academy and was later offered a full scholarship. the story was such a key part, that he retold it just last month. >> west point doesn't offer scholarships, only appointments. so when politico contacted west point, they had no record of carson's application. they took it and ran this headline.
ben carson admits to fabricating west point's scholarship. the carson campaign has now shot back saying the only one misleading is politico. ben carson was told that because of his rotc performance and grades, he could get an appointment and that he simply chose not to pursue admission. quoting here. the politico story was an out right lie. he never said he was admitted or everyone applied. politico is standing by his story but did switch the headline. carson admits he could have been clearer in explaining the west point story, but it is the second time this week the media has attacked ben carson's life story with less-than-convincing evidence. >> thank you, trace. chris, thanks for joining us tonight.
>> a few people fired up about this. you heard trace's report. how can you standby your story but change a word like fabricated. that headline hit at 11:00 a.m. this morningment it turned heads, chris. and then they take the word away but say they're standing by it. >> politico stands by the story now. no, no, no, now. now they standby the story. if these people are trying to get ben carson a republican nomination, they're doing a heck of a good job. that business with cnn say prove that you hit your mother with a hammer. and you think am i taking crazy pills? what's going on here. and then they follow on something that they tout as an exclusive that a thing that he never said happened never
it's about context, right? yes, there was reporting on unsavory associates. yes, there was reporting on a land deal that he ought not have been. yes, there was coverage about his misspent youth. but the frame on it was different. so it's the framing and the tone of the story. >> by the way, some of dr. carson's political opponents on the right, jeb bush, actually was asked about this today and came out in support of dr. carson and said i believe dr. carson over politico. >> and so did ted cruise. so has rubio. the only one who has given him grief is donald trump to whom
carson poses the most threat. >> it's a story we're likely to hear a lot more about as this campaign continues. >> "the kelly file" gets an exclusive look with the physician. and he goes one-on-one with dr. mark siegel to discuss his career with a patient you may never forget. plus. >> she picked off her thing saying, you know, people tell me that i didn't smile enough during the last debate. >> and carly fiorina goes on the view today to respond face-to-face with those comments and many more the ladies have made about her in the past. the republican presidential candidate is here live with
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>> i think all too often we demonize the messenger because we don't make sense of it. >> how will you get a thicker skin to accept some of the humorous thing that is will be said about you? >> well, hey, if you meant your comment about my face being demented in a howering mass, so be it. >> it's not like you were being told to smile more. >> i don't have people coaching me to act a dicht way or be a
different way. i am who i am. and i love to smile and laugh. but there's a time to smile and there's a time to be serious. when you're talking about bearing a child, it is not time to smile. >> you're using the field with the view as part of your fund raising campaign. but you're clearly trying to make lemonade out of lemons, aren't you? >> so you're telling me that you guys are lemons. that is funny. very good. very good. >> joining me now, froesh off of
as i said, conservative women are held to a different standard. i also said the liberal so often demonizes the messenger. they started out by saying tell us how you can be for liberals and then the litny went to the left. unless you believe that the federal government ought to mandate a certain length and duration.
that's how they started the interview. >> the mood of the interview soured when they took on this conversation about planned parenthood. you said whether you're pro-choice or pro-life, the majority of americans are horrified. whoopi goldberg said i need to stop you because that's not true. we now know it is true. do you think you got anywhere with these women? >> they are speaking to millions of women day after day after day. and, so, it's important that women know that when whoopi
goldberg says it's not true, that that's false. reagan used to say you're entitled to your opinion, you're not entitled to your own facts. so what i go day after day after day in addition to talking about my candidacy and what's at stake in the nation, i educate people about what's really going on. for example, i talked to a bunch of students today. they actually don't know that the federal government has taken over the student loan business. they don't know the reason their student loan is skyrocketing is because the government controls it now. >>. >> there was a moment in new hampshire where a man in a restaurant made reference to president obama. >> he doesn't want this country to get ahead. he doesn't. he's a muslim. he's a black muslim. >> well, i'm trying to do something different in many ways.
he made a reference to the president being muslim and you're being criticized because you didn't respond to that. >> well, i've responded to that over and over again. that diner town hall, i went through question after question. so i said on many occasions that president obama tells me he's a christian, i take him at his word. but the truth is president obama isn't on the ballot. the person on the ballot is hillary clinton. i talk about how i can beat hillary clinton because, in the end, we have to beat the white house. i also think it's time to do something different now. we cannot simply replace a d with an r. we've had rs in the white house over 40 years and the things we care about haven't gotten fixed.
>> speaking of which, that is going to be the focus of our debate. any words heading into that debate? >> when i launched my candidacy on may 4th, i was 16 out of 16. next week, i will be standing on a debate stage with seven other candidates. >> i was and still remain the least-known candidate in the field. i'm very honored to be standing on that stage.
>> carly fiorina, thank you for joining us tonight. we will start that debate coverage at p.m. and then the second debate happens at 9:00 p.m. in prime time. and then, tune into the special kelly file live at midnight with complete debate analysis. well, another republican candidate in the middle of a fight this weekend with donald trump set to be hosting snl in just over 24 hours amid a course of protesters and petitions pouring in to have him pulled from this show entirely. he could be walking into what one writer describes as a boobie trap. plus, the family of that illinois cop who reportedly
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i can choose any car in the aisle i want- without having to ask anyone. who better to be the boss of you... (patrick 1)than me. i mean, you...us. (vo) go national. go like a pro. donald trump is hosting "saturday night live" this week. mr. trump can only speak for four seconds in this promo. >> so let me just say this, ben carson is a complete and total loser. >> donald truch's saturday night live appearance is so packed with controversy. even the promotion is causing a stir pulling that clip you just saw saying someone leaked it with just over 24 hours until the show airs. here's a growing course of folks demanding that snl drop that trump invite, although some of
trump's critics plan on taking a different approach. a theory he could be walking into a boobie track. first, our west coast news room. trace sf. >> i've got to tell you. the so called dump trump rally has been in full swing this week. so far, activists have protested, turned over a petition with a half million signatures demanding that donald trump be replaced as this week's guest host but with a little more than 24 hours to go until show time, it appears nbc is not backing down. so activists have worked up a plan b called disrupt trump on saturday night live, win $5,000.
the idea is to work with protesters to disrupt the broadcast saying anyone who yells out or gets on camera saying deport racism or trump is a racist gets to win 5,000 bucks. trump says the reason nbc invited him on was to get big ratings. >> there were a couple that were too risque. i'm leading in iowa and i want to stay leading in iowa. >> the secret service will also be on hand at tomorrow night's show.
>> well, joining us now to react is ellen combs and co-host of the five right here on fox. and the author of the new book, "how to be right." >> want will all of this controversy do? >> first of all, i love how the rest of america feels when you have some celebrity spouting some stupid political tripe that they know nothing about. but when the oscars or the grammies or the tonys are on and somebody says something stupid, we don't protest. we realize that your silly opinions deserve to be heard. these people who are apparently so liberal are extremely sbol rant.
>> unbelievable with people petitioning the thing. >> you know what they say're doing? they're helping donald trump. they're going to give him great ratings and take credit for it. he was on oreilly earlier and he said it's going to be great. >> here's an interesting strike that jill. it's not my idea. but what if trump souts if actual slogan and then he gets the five grand.
you know where they learned those words? from donald trump. >> if you turn your kids into a political tool, you're a horrible parent. i'm here to say they are terrible parents. child services should be looking into them. >> kmeed yens actually tell jokes on stagement i don't have the guts flt. >> how do you think they're going to portray him? >> i think they're going to treat him with the most respect out of fear. i think they're more intimidated by him than he's intimidated by the process.
they don't want to screw it up. >> lots of questions about the security that night. he's got the protection of the secret service. but you've got this kind of protest. it's going to be interesting. but the big question is will he surpass snl numbers like sarah palin. >> i feared we might be overdoing it. i feel like a kid on christmas eve and there's this kind of malaise. you're so anticoal. . >> thank you for making me laugh. we'll leave it there. breaking news, new clues in
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a u.s. government source telling fox news there is evidence that a "high-end explosive device" was planted on board. a source close to the investigation says the black boxes captured the sound of an explosion during the flight. and, tonight, the homeland security department announcing it is tightening security measures for flights into the united states from the middle east. also, breaking tonight, a potential new smoking gun document emerging in hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. it shows mrs. clinton's plan to take full responsibility for safeguarding the nation's top secrets. even as she was storing hundreds of potentially unclassified. there's hillary clinton's signature.
she acknowledged that if she broke the rules, she could face criminal prosecution. rich, tuz this change anything? >> well, it's an embarrassment for her. but it doesn't change anything. a person in this position to protect all sensitive material and handle it responsibly. whether it's technically marked classified or not. and, of course, sanders, that gets to a key distinction that she's falling back on. now we know there's lots of classified e-mail, . >> so the sensitive compartmented disagreemented, they called this sci, nondisclosure agreement. this is the big deal. this is what she signed.
in it, it says, "i have been advised that any greech of this group may result in the action and remoouflg of the fogs from confidence and trust or other relationships with any department or agency that provides med with access to sci. she's running for president, rish. >> yes. anyone who has served in government in a sensitive position has been out raged from this e-mail story from the beginning. they know if they ever would have done something similar, their career would probably be over and they might face serious legal kwons chemical weapons. hillary feels she's above the law. you don't have to be
intentionally going out and handling this material. >> so, rich, we haven't heard hillary clinton react yet. how do you think her camp will respond to this? >> i think that eel just blow it off the way they've blown everything else off and rely on various technical distinctions and say, look, it wasn't marked and some parts of the obama administration say this stuff wasn't as sensitive or highly classified as other parts the administration said and throw up a big fog machine. what they're banking on, at the end of the day, even if there's an fbi referral, ultimately,
they would have to indict her to get this into a court and they think that's never, never gloing to happen. >> we've gotten somewhat of a response. it appears the dni may be confirming that. but this is not going to go away. >> as you mentioned, is this just swept under the rug? >> legally, under the department of justice, it will probably be swept under the rug. but it has seriously harmed her where her honesty and trustworthy numbers are really in the tank. so she's paying a political price and that's what she cares about most. >> thank you for joining us tonight.
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over his personal and political views. even his life story. tonight, in a "kelly file" exclusive, dr. ben carson addresses the 2016 race as well as some of the great passions in his life. medicine, family and faith. it's an eye opening look at the man who wants to be president in his own words as he sits down with fellow doctor mark siegel of fox news. take a look. >> i'm going to ask you the most important question first. what role has faith played in healing for you. >> faith, for me, has been a critical and central part of my life. you know, from the time i was a child. it inspired me to become a doctor. from the time i was 8 years old, always wanted to be a doctor. the kind of doctor changed, but
it was always a doctor. i was just so inspired at great personal sacrifice tried to help other people. >> and, you know, as a teenager faith played a huge role in my transition when i almost stabbed someone. i was just praying that he could take the temper away from me. i was normally a nice person. i would just have these out bursts. and it happened, i mean.cút god took my temper away. >> what i read about your mother, i understand what you believe in blind entitlements. i understood your mother worked really hard. but flash over to obamacare and tell me why, as a physician, what's your critique of it? >> the main reason that i have
been such a vociferous opponent of obamacare is not so much because it's not affordable and because it doesn't work but because it's changes the way you look at the government. it's supposed to be of, for and by the people. with the government to facilitate life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. with this, the government comes along and says don't really care what you think. this is what we're doing, we're shoving it down your throat whether you like it or not. if you don't like it, too bad. >>. >> is the american public seeing you clearly? >> i believe they have. they're actually starting to listen to what i'm say iing as oppose today what the left wing media is saying.
i'm looking for a way to lift america. i care about the values and the principles that made us into a great nation. and i'm not willing to give them away so we can be politically correct. >> talk to me about abortion. i specifically want you to talk about it because i think, and i read your views on it, i think because you're a physician, a neurosurgeon, a pediatric neurosurgeon, no less. >> well, you know, i've spent many, many a day, many a night operating on premature babies. and then seeing them as productive adults. there's no way anybody is going to convince me that that's a meaningless mass of cells. that's just not going to happen. >> what's the most memorable moment you remember treating?
>> i rebel a little girl, what a sweet little girl she was. she had disseminate d mas toe m. a very malignant tumor. we had removed the primary tumor, but it had already spread. they tried bone marrow transplant and all kinds of things, but it had come back again. there was really nothing more to do. and she just smiled. she said -- she said you all did the best you could co. thank you. our thanks to ben carson and dr. siegel for the new drama involving the family of that illinois cop who reportedly staged his own suicide to look like a murder. up next, the troubling story
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developing tonight, dramatic new information in the case of an illinois cop who reportedly went to great lengths to make his suicide look like a murder. there are multiple reports tonight that lieutenant joseph glenowitz may have had his alleged mistress marry his son, who's in the army, so that they could both enjoy military financial benefits. this comes a day after investigators say he also tried to put a hit on a local leader. joining me to discuss this is criminal defense attorney and fox news contributor, ebony williams. thanks for being here. >> of course. >> this is a crazy story! and it seems to just keep getting worse the more we learn.
>> it's the worst kind of soap opera. you know, from time to time, unfortunately, you see law enforcement officials that don't hold up to the badge. but in my experience as a criminal defense lawyer, i've never seen something quite like this. law enforcement, they're on a spectrum, like everybody else. they're not all good or all bad, but these are very egregious allegation allegations. >> so he was, allegedly, having an affair with this woman who had recently gotten divorce. she had two children. she needed more money for health care and to feed the children. so he arranged for his son, the cop's son, who is in the military, the army, to marry his mistress, so that they could bring in about, they estimate, $1750 a month. >> a complete sham marriage, completely what the accusation is. and unfortunately, i've seen this. i've represented clients before where they've been prosecuted for this type of -- essentially, it's embezzlement of, guess what, of our money, taxpayer dollars they're trying to up
their access for. this is designed for important purposes and you hate to see it being taken advantage of. >> and it's not like he had a squeaky clean past where people were shocked where people were shocked that he was engaging in this type of behavior. he didn't show up on work on time or on occasion, he wouldn't show up at all. there was an incident where he passed up in his truck with the engine running after a night of drinking. there's a lengthy list of here of questionable behavior. why was he still in his position? >> well, with law enforcement, from my experience, there's always the benefit of the doubt. we really like -- and many times they're given opportunities, sandra, to rehabilitate themselves. we know he was under investigation by this local administrator for a very long time and she was asking him questions, guess what, giving him an opportunity to redeem himself. and all she got in return for that, some reports are saying, was this man was trying to plant narcotics on her and even possibly trying to take his life. >> will he be penalized by the court of law? >> certainly, you know, he
couldn't face these consequences, he took his life. his son, if there's any involvement there, absolutely would look at being discharged from the army as well as several felonies against him. and based off the knowledge, you know, his wife, the woman he was actually married to, could also face charges coming from this. very messy and very sad. >> i think it's safe to say, this falls under the category of, you can't make this you hup. >> the worst kind of stuff. >> eboni williams, thank you for joining us. introducing the first ever gummy multivitamin from centrum. a complete, and tasty new way to support... your energy... immunity... and metabolism like never before. centrum multigummies. see gummies in a whole new light. awe believe active management can protect capital long term.
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