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and dvr the show if you are not sitting around on sunday and see you next sunday as every sunday with the latest buzz. i am chris wallace, security changes for commercial flights bound for the under as the consensus grows a bomb may have taken down the russian jet over egypt. >> ing -- i think we need to step up the war against isis because it could be an american airline tomorrow. >> we will sit down with the chair of the house of representatives homeland security competent to get latest on the investigation and the growing terror threat. >> i will be on a stage debating wherever they put me. you can put one in the middle of the square in manchester and i will do it there. >> we will talk with chris christie how get bumped from the big debate on tuesday will affect his campaign for
president. it is a fox news sunday exclusive. >> plus, donald trump returns to nbc despite protests. >> got to say doing a great job and the show just got better by two billion percent. >> our panel discusses his appearance and questions of ben carson's past, and jeb bush's future. our power player of the week helping wounded veterans deal. >> we served and we are injured and now we are playing the songs together. >> all right new. on fox news sunday. >> hello again from fox news in washington, dc. we begin with growing concerns about the russian jet downed over egypt. still, more signs point to a bomb causing the crash that killed the 224 people on board. russia reportedly asking the f.b.i. to help with forensic
analysis and suspending all flights to egypt. we are in the middle east newsroom with connor and the latest. connor? >> the evidence continues to mount, supporting the british and the american theory there was a bomb aboard this russian metro jet plane. a top egyptian investigator this week said a news from "undetermined source," was heard on the black voice recording immediately before the aircraft went down and that sounds like a bomb according to most aviation analysts and early in the week the pentagon said they detect add sudden and unexpected blast seconds before the plane crash but both generation and russian authorities say it is too usually to draw concrete conclusions and united states officials are hedging their bets saying it is 90 percent with certainty it was a bomb. now next is a joint russian and egyptian investigation. "new york times" reporting that the fbi is will helping with forensic analysis.
given the increased tensions tweaks washington, dc and the kremlin, this is a rare cooperation between the two. isis or an isis-affiliateed group seems post likely suspect but given the lack of information about what type of bomb it was or how the bomb got on board, and through airport security, it could make it a mystery of who, exactly, the people that carried out the attack were. >> thank you conor. >> we want to discuss the growing possibility of a terror attack, and we joined from the reagan library this california, where there is an attempt of a reagan national defense forum. mr. chairman, what is the latest intelligence of the downing of the russian airliner? the latest evidence we have is the black box recording itself which indicates that there was an explosion on the aircraft. when you couple that with the satellite technology that show
as flash of heat on the airplane and the fact that isis declared war on russia this was a russian plane headed for russia and in addition to the united states and u.k. intelligence we have received, all indicators are pointing to the fact this was isis putting a bomb on an airplane. >> a week after this terrible incident, what do you think is the likelihood it was a bomb, it was a terror attack? >> i have a high degree of confidence it was. it was my gut all along when we look at the fact, the region, the fact they want to hit the russians. i must say this is a new chapter for isis. usually we looked at al-qaeda and the arabian peninsula as the proceed mere bombmaker hitting the aviation sector and their crown jewel but now you are looking at isis putting bombs on airplanes which could greatly
not just for russian airlines but american-bound flights into the united states. >> i want to pick up on that in a second but you used a term of art there "high degree of confidence." what does that mean when you say this? >> that is based upon the intelligence reports out there, based upon the black box recording, and based on the satellite imagery and it is based upon the fact that isis has declared war against russia and now that russia has set foot in syria, now russia has than our homeland security security problems and this is comparable to a listen lend for them. they have to deal with it now. you put all of these factors together and all of the official i have talked to, everyone is very much pointing toward the fact this is an isis-related attack, with a bomb put on the airplane. the question; how did the bought get on the airplane? there is a lot of theory that possibly it could have been an
inside job at the airport to put the luggage in the hull of the architect. >> let me pick up on that as expects. the department of homeland security has announced increased security especially at foreign airports and especially in the middle east airports and they have also tacked about unnamed tightening of security at domestic airports and thanksgiving day is only a couple of westbounds away and 25 million americans will thr holi. do you think dhs is doing enough? >> i talked to the secretary at the tore rum yesterday and the t.s.a. administrator is being proactive and they are at the last point of departure airports flighting coming into the united states and ramping up security, screening andth vetting employees for the insider threat. also, looking at high threat risk airports in addition to those where we can coordinate with host countries to upgrade
their security. sharm el-sheikh does not have the best screen process in place and we think that is probably how this happened. >> i want for get into that because it is first to say we focus as a nation overwhelmingly on passengers and their bags, what happened outfront but people now are talking increasingly about the threat and especially at foreign airports, through the back door whether it is the baggage handlers or caters, they are able to have access to the plane and could plant a bomb on board a plane having nothing to do with the passengers. how big of a threat is that? how big a security lapse is that? both overseas and domestically? >> it is a huge threat. we think that is likely how this bomb got on the airplane. they can be compromiseed, they can be bribed with crashed or
radicalized enough to put a piece of luggage on the react. in puerto rico we have many cases of prosecutions of corruption, putting drugs and weapons on airports inbound to the united states. it with not take a lot to put a bomb on one of the airplanes, as wealth and that is the many thing. we are worried about the planes coming into the united states. being at the reagan library, peace through strength is what three talked about, when you project weakness with a failed phone policy this is what you get. we now have chaos in the middle east and isis taking over iraq and syria and northern africa and egypt and now we have the russians if there and it is presenting a very complicated strategy moving forward in terms of protecting the american people. >> let me ask you about that because i think it is fair to say that president obama has primarily dealt with isis up
until now as a colleague not threat, as a group that was primarily interested in creating a caliphate so they responsible for the worst act of air terrorism since lend does that change the nature of the threat from isis? >> again, now we are seeing isis bring down airplanes with bombs which is what al-qaeda did, the greatest aviation disaster since, or terrorist event since 9 eleven and what is interesting to see what the russian response will be. their target packages has been to prop up saddam and his -- assad and not to go after isis. we have eastbound attacks you now, airstrikes against isis. the sad fact, we have had a failed policy and failed
leadership and now we are relying on the russians and the help iran iranian -- iranians to go into syria to fight isis, so weak if innovates aimpression and we have not handled this right and not done anything or made any decisions in the region in term of a strategy. if you don't have a strategy you fail. we see this unfold before our eyes. >> we have seen how vladimir putin has responded in the past in chechnya to islamic radicals brutally taking down opposition in that country twice during his time as president of russia. how forcefully, if this does town out to have been readvantage attack by isis, how forcefully do you expect vladimir putin to respond? and is there a possible, a
possibility of the country and russia acting in concert against isis? >> i think this is the possibility. we have to be very careful with russia. we are deconflicting our mission to make sure we are not killing each other. but the fact of the matter is, and something we have in common, our disdain for the jihadist. they have their chechen rebels and the boston bombers with a chechen rebels and the sharks warned -- the russians wanteds about them. they have not done anything to eliminate them yet in air strikes but they will realize once they touch foot in the region they have their hour homeland security problems also and it is to their advantage to turn their sights to isis and my hope we can draw the arab nation and nato and the coalition forces if a joint effort against isis that with be the only positive thing out of this entire tragedy. >> feignally, chairman,
president obama is launching a if you push to close the united states prison facility at g -- in cuba, how do you feel about that? >> now we have isis in iraq, and the last part of this is closing it down, but he tried it before and you are seeing executive action coming down to close down guantanamo bay but where are the worst of the worst terrorists from 9/11? where will they dough? i predict the american people will stand up and be if outrage over a decision because i have been down there and i have seen khalid sheik mohammed, evil
incarnate and the fact we will bring him into the united states of america to bring a mecca for the jihadists? we are already having radicalized individuals hitting military installations in the united states. if we bring these guys into the united states to the facilities, you are going to see a heightened terror alert threat in the united states. and it would be highly reckless and irresponsible. >> briefly, if the president want ahead with executive action is there negative you in congress can do about it? >> he has done this before and it is hard to stop this kind of action. i would hope the american people with rise up and have numbers so strongly as he tried to do this last time he will decide to back down from the decision. achairman, thank thanks for talking to us. >> thank you, chris. >> new jersey governor chris
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well, it's been an eventful week for new jersey go >> it has been eventful for new jersey governor chris christie with a video of him talking about addiction went viral on the internet and he is shown gaining traction in new hampshire where he is campaigning but bumped from the prime time debate on fox business network on tuesday night for failing to average 2.5 percent in recent polls. governor chris christie joins us
in washington to discuss this. welcome back to fox news. >> you have reacted to your demotion in the debates as positively as you can saying put up a podium and i will talk about the issues wherever it is but for a candidate whose slogan is tell it like it is, how big a set back? >> not a big set back why prefer it i would rather be on the first stage where i was the first three but this is part of the problem with washington, right? everyone is looking at will positives rather than talking about principle. our campaign is about talking about the principles we believe in. if we have less of that in washington, dc we would have a more effective government and i will keep being who i am, and telling it like it is and me being myself, that is what i will do on stage on tuesday in milwaukee and then go to iowa and weep working. >> at the end of september, your cash on hand for the third quarter was $1.4 million which is not a last money. doesn't it hurt with donations
when you get bumped from the main event to the undercard? >> it hasn't, but it has the open direction. a lot of people who disagree with what fox did and we are getting more donations in the last week than in the week before because fell feel we getting the raw deal so it has not hurt donations but incredibly because i thought what you did, it has, withed the opposite and people are looking to level the playing field. keep doing its sanity in. >> we can bump you from all of the debates and maybe it is really a in fall. >> now a look at your ride in the polls this year because it has been a willer coaster. in john, you were second behind jeb bush with more than 11 percent and now you are tide for 9th at 2.3 percent. what happened? >> it is hard to tell. campaigns are something that containing from week to week to reek as we have seen and in that poll there was no donald trump at that point, that make as big
difference. because he has been in first place in the national polls but what really matters is what is happening in new hampshire and iowa and as you know covering from campaigns, national polls have had giuliani ahead in 2007 and herman cain ahead in 2007 and that does not matter, we feel great momentum and our numbers have tripled in new hampshire and quadrupleed in iowa. >> you property up trump, there is the idea you would be larger than life guy out on the stage, tell it like it is and trump is filling that space and that diminishes you. is there truth? >> we will only know after we read the back after and we will know. but right now we do not know. what we know is the american people are concerned where the government is headed and they hate the fact that we are getting walked on around the
world they want a strong and desizive president who trillions it like what it is and says what he means and that is what they get in me. >> the last poll question, where you are showing real life is in new hampshire where recently you were in 5 this place with 8 percent and as you say that is a big increase. is it fair to say it is new hampshire or bust for you? >> no, because we will compete in iowa as well. for any of candidates if you do not do well in new hampshire and iowa the campaign is in trouble the you have to do well. that is what we will do. >> a video, talk about things that we just said before you did not specific, a video went viral millions of people have watched it of you talking about criminal justice, more treatment than imprisonment for people that suffer from drug addiction and you talk especially about a friend of yours who suffered from this. shear a clip. >> when i sat there at as the governor of new jersey at his
funeral and looked across the pew at his three daughters, sobbing, because their dad is gone, there but for the grace of god go i, it can happen to anyone. so we need to start treating people in this country not jailing them. >> what is your larger point? that this is a disease. tore people who are committing violent acts or dealing drugs they need to go to prison because they are putting the poison into our mains and committing violent acts. but for the add decks who are the small time users, we need to get them treated. my moment was addicted to cigarettes and smoked 5 a years when she was diagnosed no one said don't treat her she is getting what she citizens we need to think differently. and i am opposed to drug legalization. we cannot have more of this. we have to have less of it. we cannot san mixed signals.
i was outside a townhall meet be this past friday in hanover and a couple was standing out there with their dog and i said hello and they said, governor, we want to come and say we saw your video and thank you for talking about this, we lost our son a week ago today, 23, from a heroin overdose and his sister goes to school here and we are as a family grieving together but i wanted to hear you were here to say thank you because we need someone to talk about this and we don't want our son to have died if vein and it is happening all over america and we need to get ahold of it because? we do not it will ruin the fabric of our society. >> critics note you have opposed building more state drug treatment centers in new jersey and they note that in 2013, only 10 percent of the people seeking drug treatment in new jersey could be accommodateed and there everyone beds and credits say you wanted to repeal obamacare which has expanded coverage for
people with mental health or substance abuse s that a contradiction? >> more people are getting drug treatment in new jersey than before, with video 21 drug courts in all counties. >> that started before you were governor? >> excuse me, there were three drug courts in new jersey when i started now there are 21. it is started at the level of three. i changed the law to expand it to have drug courts in every county. second, i don't want this to be poorly a government solution by putting more money into it we have taken money out of the corrections budget and put it into treatment budget to allow the right sector to come in and provide this treatment. i don't want to more government facilities or make the government bigger. the private sector will fill the void. >> but you say you do not want to do state drug treatment centers but if only 10 percent of the people can be accommodated what happens? thank you is more than were accommodated before. >> >> but it cannot be good?
by the way, why think that number is accurate by i will not quibble with you on the number, but we are doing more now than before. there is no contradiction. you talk to anyone in new jersey about who is more committed go to former democratic governor and talk to him, hardly partisan who said i have turned it around in the state in how we look at drugs and incarceration. the bottom line, we need to talk about those things that really, really, will make a long term difference without growing the size of government to be bigger new jersey than it is now. >> quick questions and quick answers something that was going to be out of the other debates but --. >> let's go. >> you have been going over or going after marco rubio lately on immigration. why? >> i want people to be consistent. the president of united states signed what i consider illegal executive orders and whether you agree with the nature of order or not why thing we should allow
presidents to have legal executive orders why i said i would get rid of what i was asked and marco rubio has changed his answer to say he agrees. >> but he was originally saying that, and this is the when about the dream action, as to whether people should be deported would were brought into the country as dreamers, he said well i could change it but not for a while and you were upset? >> i was upset with the idea he does not want to overturn illegal executive orders but he changed hissance to grow with me. >> have said that, because --. >> what happened to the lightning round? where is the light in evening? we are on the same subject, come on baby. >> in 2010. >> long answers quick questions. >> quick questions, they can be on the same subject, in 2010 you support add path to citizenship so to he flipped and you criticized him for flipping have
you flipped, also? >> not for flipping, i kit sighed him for being supportive of illegal executive orders. >> no. >> you said i cannot keep up with where here is on immigration. >> because he said he is against illegal executive orders but with this he would not change it. the president has engaged is point in the illegal executive orders. i am law and order. you have to follow the law and should follow the law. i am marco rubio has changed his position to agree with the fact as president we we should enforce the law. >> and your flip --. >> i learn lorior overmy time in interacting with these folks we need do it differently and allow for different than what we talked about in 2010. >> the president obama reject the the keystone xl pipeline open friday. after seven years of study and said it would undercut our global leadership on fighting climate change. >> interesting, the original
thing he is interested is a radical vile liberal policy. did anyone think he would approve it despite that state department said it would not have a big environmental act as did the epa administrator but he is a radical environmental liberal. when i am president i will join the keystone xl pipeline if the community be interested. >> you say you support free trade but you have come out comment the president's specific trade agreement which would eliminate 18,000 tariffs open united states exports. why 70 that good? >> why trust the president to negotiate any deal after i saw the iranian deal. i don't trust this president. i on not let him buy my a car is how bad a nearby airport he is. i will not support it as negotiate by this president because i a convinced it will be as bad adds the iranian nuclear deal. >> finally on tuesday, republicans lost at least three more seats in the state assembly in new jersey which means they could have only 28 of the 80
seats in the assembly and one of the big issues the democrats ran and won on was opposing republicans would supported you. what does that say about your standing among the people that know you best? >> there was 20 percent turnout in new jersey the lowest continue out in new jersey history account fact is, in a second election, second mid-term in a governor's term you always lose seats. we lost less seat than average governor in the second term. so look at it that way. we have done better than most. in the, i had a d legislature before the election and i have a d legislature after the election can if that happens whoer in washington, you would not be able to get anything done but new jersey we battled the budgets and cut tacks and we reformed teacher tenure and reformed opinions and benefits and done the people's business and will do it again this year despite haveing a democratic
congress. >> the lightning round has gone down the drape. >> see you on the debate stage on tuesday night. >> you can want the next republican debates on fox on tuesday, first at 7:00 p.m. and then at 9:00 p.m. eastern to find knit your area go to www. foxbusiness.com/channel finding. donald trump hosts saturday title live. >> the president of mexico is here to see you. thank you is great. >> done alleged. i prosecute you the -- brought you the check for the wall. >> you our sunday group reviews his performance, thumb'sup or thumb's down. why is philips sonicare the most loved electric toothbrush brand by americans and their dentists? because it leaves your mouth with a level of clean
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house, and kimberley strassel and juan williams. it is a heck of a way to run for president, does it help or hurt? >> it helped. everyone got their me the he got to be mock by the until physical crowd and he got a chance to show he was a good sport and could take it. we ought to go back and blame this on calvin coolidge who was the first for the appear on the white house lawn in an indianhead dress and since that time presidents have felt compelled and mock them selfs and now presidential candidates have gotten in the habit. it was, however, i have to say not very funny. >> talking about calvin? >> last night, the opening skit was okay because this was aless and realistic donald trump than donald trump but when the high moment of the appearance is bernie sanders and larry david impersonation of bernie sanders
and appearing on stage to smartly get rid of the chance for him to be interrupted by a taunt and clocking $5,000 i understand the people who were putting up the money to get someone to say that during the appearance or going to pay larry david $5,000. >> i am impressed you watched. >> you ordered he to stay up until 1:00 o'clock in the morning is beyond me. >> i have not been up that late since 1978. last time it u.s. nonany -- it was funny. >> some immigration groups protested outside and you can see a sizable crowd and i am curious at white house do they think that the controversy over truck and his comments, about illegal immigrants people in the countries illegally, whether trump is, say he is not the nominee. will that hurt republicans? >> yes. you look at language from the
white house and coming from the clinton campaign they are making this about more than trump trying to say that other candidates who are running for the republican nomination are saying things that are maybe not so flamboyant as trump is saying but on a policy basis they are similar so you are seeing painting of the expire republican field as essentially donald trump on this particular issue. >> turning new to ben carson who is finding out that being in the lead or second if the polls comes with added scrutiny. there is controversy about his v with west point and he said repeatedly that he had received a full scholarship or been offered a full scholarship to west point and there were indications he never even allied. he is what he said and how he end forked to the media scrutiny >> i was offered a full scholar ship at west point.
[ inaudible ] >> they understand this is a witch hunt. >> ben beck become said this wil help him and a number of conservatives have rally end around him since the west point story. >> it might. there is a difference between vetting and vendetta that and when it comes to the press, they are looking at conservative canidates they get this treatment that no one else gets. >> do you think examining whether he was offered a scholarship to west point, trying to find out the truing; that a vendetta? >> thank you is something worth look at but the cnn story where they go back 50 years and look at the childhood friends and asking, is this the sort of person you remember 55 years ago? and suggesting, somehow, this is
an appropriate look at his past? the remember for ben carson, though; this gets to an issue, the challenge we will have, he made a speech this week or wrote something about he was the genuine outsider and people are tired of experienced politicians but the truth is, you have an experienced politician, they have a 5th sense of what you can say and not say and you know the media is coming after you and they know what the lanes are and they are careful not to engaging if loose language because they know they will get hit. he has delegate with at love this on the campaign and it will be a problem. >> the "wall street journal", your paper, was involved in one of these involving a course that berkeley said high took, a psychology course at yale when he was a student there and he was given an honesty experiment and he was the only one would passed and the "wall street journal" found out and went back to the reports when he was at
yale that there was no such psychology course and to the best of their ability was no such honesty experiment. the question is, is that fair? vetting or vendetta? it is particularly a problem because his positiongraphy is a huge part of his campaign? >> i think that is right. this repipes me of a lot of rappers. they hype. they embellish. they exaggeration for the presentation of biography in this case. with the high school students and classmates and people do remember what happens in high school intensity, i think it turns out he is more earth-like than thug like i never thought of him as they keep of thug or attacking people, why see it but the key point for me is he remains an insirrational man, a poor black kid from detroit who
becomes a world renowned neurosun, an incredible story why he needed to elaborate, as you said with the biography, the books end up in ever ever -- evan gel school bookstores, the jesus touched miracle light 507 afternoon, i would say the difficulty is the trust factor, when it comes to asking americans, which service the canidates do you like most? who do you trust most? ben carson is number one. >> he is off the charts. this, then, potentially starts to hurt him in that regard, the people could have questions. whether it is the conservative ever ever evangelical crowd will deal with it is another problem.
>> and jeb bush is down and engaged again in a reboot of the campaign. >> i pray each day, to get better as a husband, as a father, as a leader. i know i can get better and i believe this country is going to get better. >> how much trouble is he in? >> he has a big challenge ahead which is to demonstrate to the american people and to the republicans in particular he is steady, that he will throw himself back in the fight and he will do things that will attract their support and he need as good night next week on the debate night but we have -- remember the poem "if," and we are at that moment, if you keep your head while all about are losing yours and blaming your, and if you can trust yourself when others doubt you, this is that kind of a moment for him in this campaign. he had a good week, he want and made a very good speech in iowa
and got good coverage and gave a speech in tampa that was good with three good days in new hampshire but it is overshadowed that the week before was very bad. >> we have to take a break. when we come back, after seven years of study, president obama finally rejects the keystone xl pipeline and we will discuss the policy and politics of that move. what would you like to ask the panel of the decision that caught and candidate -- that cut and candidates out of this week's debate. jeb bush: we do not have to be the world's policeman. we have to be the world's leader. who's going to take care of the christians that are being eliminated in the middle east? who's going to take care of israel and support them - our greatest ally in the middle east? the united states has the capability of doing this, and it's in our economic and national it. i will be that kind of president
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climate change and this would undercut that global leadership. >> president obama announcing his decision to reject the keystone xl pipeline after a seven year review of the project. we are back now with the panel. from the way the president described it on friday it seems to be more about his legacy on environmental issues than the pick merits of keystone xl pipeline. >> if a statement it is delusional. think about this, we are going to reduce global emissions but instead, ship the oil across the pacific from china and let them use it where it will have less pollution controls. >> he does not care about the co-s the co-s and he is increasing the amount of global emanythings we will have by sending this oil to
china rather than refining in the united states where we are the major industrialized economy in the world in the last two decades which has green its economy and reduced the shoot level of green house gas emissions and that because our policies have been focused on energy etch efficiency not like the president's news conference. >> what did you really think? >> which brings me to the question i wanted to ask you, when way or another, this oil is going to get moved out of the tar sands in canada whether it is to china, whether it is by rail, or truck, here in the united states, and we will probably end up with am later carbon foot present than through the pipe line. how do they answer that at the white house? >> it is very odd because it is not like we are making a choice between using the oil or another alternative source of energy. what is particularly interesting about the language the president used when he made the announcement is for years we have her that they do not want keystone xl pipeline to be used as a symbol on either side of debate but the president is
saying it is a symbol and if he approach it it would be a symbol for a climate policy that is out of line of what three is trying to do. he actually is looking beyond the specifics of what the pipeline would do in either case and looking at this more as part of a legacy. >> when you bring up and i hop you do not quote karl rove but it will end up having more of an impact and carbon emmissions. their answer? >> we do not have a great 18. they go back to the basic idea that simply approaching the pipeline would have been out of step with the larger message of the president on climate. >> turning now to another controversy and that is the decision by the fox business network which you may have heard is going to have two republican debates on tuesday night, to start narrowing the fields candidates we will participate in the debates and we asked you for questions and we got a bunch on this subject, including on facebook not one voter has
made a decision we should quit letting the media decide who we vote the but another said why department you cut down even more? >> how do you answer them? i agree. i don't think -- this is a flaw windshield race. no one has made up their mind. this is not a good time to be taking people off the stage especially because of the debates having an enormous impact. the reshuffling of the race every time, and does it really hurt to have two more people up there on the stage? probably not. i am not sure what the idea was behind this especially if you look at the states that matter, iowa and new hampshire numb the polls look different listen thai nationally. what i am hoping to see is a discussion about the economy and some policies because that was bun of the from the from disabies we were supposed to be having a serious conversation and when have we been talking about negative or health care? all of guys have amazing lands and interesting stuff and it is
time to have a debate about that juan, reasonable or not to cut the number, and, remember, this is the 4th republican debate. reasonable or not to cut the candidates? >> reasonable, rational and necessary for candidates and the environmentals because you have the opportunity for more probing questions, more time for response, and if there is something substantive they get the chance to say it because they were time constrained and time sensitive. also, i would say this, chris, neil and maria, serious financial jump solicits so the opportunity for people to say, it is the crazy journalists going after the wonderful republican dates, there will be less opportunity for that in the debate and they will, therefore, the candidates, will be on-the-spot to actually answer questions. so do trump and ben carson who why think have done very well answers, now they will be on-the-spot because they will
have the time to be asked and expect a response. you can't simply just, you know, dial it in and say, i'm sorry, i forgot. i do think it's a bigger opportunity for kasich, bigger opportunity for rubio. i think it's a bigger ig opportunity for those in the middle tier. they're going to have more time to respond and respond to o hillary clinton who said the last debate, you had ten candidates, no ideas. okay. finally i want to pick up on the subject i was discussing near the top of the show with congressman mccaul, that is these reports coming out that the president is going to go to congress this week with a plan to end guantanamo, move the prisoners to u.s. prisons, and talk if congress doesn't go along, he'll dough it by ti executive action. >> it's basically a two-prong strategy. it's going to look very similar
to what you've heard the white o house talking about, to get gitmo closed for years, first piece of this is transferring some of the detainees to countries em overseas f you'll likely have more detail on this report about costs and advantages, disadvantages of certain facilities. but the second prong facilities, but the second prong here is really this threat of executive action, if congress p doesn't act on this plan, the president is signaling he would take this on his own. >> you believe they would do that? >> i do. there are people in those states, i remember dick durbin inhe illinois, who don't want these people in their states, these terrorists, the worst of the worst, as mccaul would call them. >> in some ways this has become personal for the president.st it's a pledge el he made in the first days in his office. i think it's very hard to imagine he would leave office and not at least take some kind of executive action to try to fulfill that promise. >> kim, what kind of blowback?
>> huge. i'm kind of amazed that you think the president cares about the law. lookth at he record so far. look as keystone. the company went through the process. that didn't help them at all. these are political decisions. he will probably now make an effort toward asking congress, and when they say no, he'll pull the pin anyway. this may be personal to the president, but this is personal a lot of americans, too, who don't necessarily want them next door to them. >> the congress has gone on the record, don't bring these people here. if the president takes executive -- if he presents a plan, he ought to give it the e same amount of time he gave it to keystone, the next seven years, and leave it to the next president. >> all right. thank you, panel. see you next sunday. up next, our "power player of the week." bringing music and a sense of purpose to our wounded warriors. ♪
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>> arthur bloom is talking about musicorps, the program he founded and directs at walter reed medical center, to help severely wounded warriors rebuild their lives. >> mentally, emotional, everything, your whole life gets blown up. there's all this time to get depressed, stare at the ceiling, and to reflect on what has become of you. so what we do is we come in and fill that hole with music. >> it started in 2007 when bloom met a soldier who used to play the drums, but had lost a leg. they rigged up a drum set so he could play. that's when the julliard trained pianist found a mission. >> whether they're missing limb and need to strum a guitar or play the piano, we try to figure
out that puzzle. we try to move heaven and earth to help these guys play, no matter what. it's always worked. it's not a matter of if, but just how do we get there? ♪ could keep me through the night ♪ >> marine corporal timothy donely stepped on an ied in 2012. he lost both legs and damaged his hand. >> getting to rehearse, perform just hang out with these guys, it lifts a weight on your heart. >> i went and served, were injured, and now we're playing these songs together. ♪ >> but it's more than therapy for these soldiers, many of whom who never played before. they got so good this formed a band that has performed with sheryl crow, and this fall with
roger watt tersewatters from pink floyd. >> it's a phenomenon. i cannot believe it. they are so good. >> bloom and other musicians works with 50 soldiers a year, hundreds over the last eight years. but he notes there are tens of thousands of wounded warriors across the country. >> we go to walter reed, and the idea we have to say no anybody who wants to do the program is painful. we ought to be able to offer this to everybody. >> but funding for musicorps is all private, from a few foundations and individual donations. >> what difference does this make in their lives? >> one of the guys told me he sees the guys at walter reed doing music and they're the ones who are happy. >> what difference does it make in your life? >> i've made this essentially my life's work and i'm devoted to making it happen. what a great program. if you want to learn more, just go to our website, foxnewssunday.com.
that's it for today. have a great week, and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." \s exactly one year from now, millions of americans will go to the polls and choose the next leader of the free world. november 8th, 2016, of course it will be a tuesday next year. before we pick who will go to the white house, both reply wall parties must choose a gnome need. for republicans a crucial step happens just days from now in wisconsin. 12 candidates will gather for two debates. both will air on the fox business network. the democrats will also debate this week. one of the democratic candidates is coming to the defense of republican ben carson, senator bernie sanders now saying the media should focus more on the issues rather than spending so much time looking to