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of leaves to deal with. see, they got the gopro on the head so i got a double angle and we filmed the whole thing. it's fantastic. >> that's it for us. "special report" is next. sharp elbows and heated rhetoric between candidates one night before the fbn debate. this is "special report." good evening, welcome to washington. i'm brett baier. we're a little more than 24 hours away from the next debate in the republican presidential campaign season. this time expect an emphasis on the economy. but that hasn't prevented gop candidates from taking swings at each other on a host of issues today. chief political correspondent carl cameron is in milwaukee tonight. >> reporter: with the general election 364 days from now and the fourth gop debate tomorrow in milwaukee, hosted by fox
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business -- >> a lot of people are saying, donald, you're the most amazing guy. >> reporter: donald trump, who emerged from "saturday night live" unscathed this weekend is attacking ben carson. carson is attacking the media. carson says it's time to move on from his personal history. he casts himself as a champion of religious concern -- conservatives and under attack from godless liberals. >> to the secular progressive movement in this country i'm a very big threat. they can look at the polling data and they can see that i'm the candidate who is most likely to be able to beat hillary clinton. >> reporter: in his book "gifted hands" carson described several violent incidents during his youth. reporters unable to confirm details have since questioned carson's honesty. today "parade" magazine reposted an interview with his mom corroborating at least one of the anecdotes in question. trump has been relentless. >> he writes a book about he goes after his mother or wanted to hit her in the head with a
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hammer. hitting a friend in the face with a padlock hard in the face, stabbing somebody. but, you know, he said he has pathology kal disease. >> you believe him? >> if you have path logical disease, that's a problem. >> when you check his credit cards -- >> reporter: trump last week targeted marco rubio. he charged $22,000 in personal expenses for the gop's card and paid $1700 in late fees. >> i intend to focus on my record. now ted cruz is positioning against rubio as a moderate and casting himself as the conservative in the race. in south carolina, home of the first southern primary, carson is in the lead although trump is within the margin of error. rubio, cruz and bush are in third. fbn moderators kneel neil cavut maria bartiromo have promised
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good questions tomorrow night. there's also a big battle brewing over getting on the ballot in a number of states. today in arkansas, neither jim gilmore nor george pataki even bothered to file to get on the ballot. all the rest of the candidates did. last week in alabama, again no gilmore or pataki. of the rest of the field, only four candidates, donald trump, ben carson, marco rubio and ted cruz actually filed a full slate of delegates to bring with them to the convention. it shows considerable organizational prowess against the rest of the field, some of whom filed for no delegates at all. >> carl, thanks. more on all of this with the panel and you can see all the action tomorrow on the fox business network. the first debate begins at 7:00 eastern time. the main event starts at 9:00 p.m. if you are not sure where to find fbn in your area, log on to
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hillary clinton is declaring herself a proud democrat who would build on president obama's legacy. that's another clear shot at democratic primary opponent and independent senator bernie sanders. ed henry is covering the clinton campaign and reports tonight from wyndham, new hampshire. >> reporter: on the eve of the fox business network's republican debate, democratic front-runner, hillary clinton, officially signed the paperwork to get on the ballot in new hampshire. with fox business focusing on the economy, clinton later declared on the steps of the capital in concord, that is the issue which will decide the entire election, invoking the fact that her husband, bill, rode that topic to victory in 1992. he charged republicans have offered three solutions in their first three debates. >> they have complained. they say, well, you know, this recovery is so slow. really? why did we need a recovery? what was the original sin here? it was bad republican policies.
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>> reporter: though it may be wish of thinking on clinton's part, the economy will be the primary focus when another one of her claims about her e-mail situation has upended. the "washington post" giving her three pinnochios. bernie sanders appears to be trying to get a do-over on his debate suggestion the fbi's investigation of clinton's e-mail does not matter. >> let clinton's e-mail situation play out through the investigative process, i don't have any problem with that, but i don't want to make it the story everyone is talking about every day. >> reporter: as clinton filed in new hampshire, a pac unveiled some of more lowlights, such as roping off some reporters. she was not asked about her e-mail or benghazi testimony. >> how does it feel once again to be inevitable? >> oh, well, that's not how it feels. >> reporter: yet she appears to
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be rolling toward the democratic nomination and continues to tal republican donald trump in a general election. offering this shot when asked about trump doing far better in the ratings as host of "saturday night live" compared to when she did a bartender earlier in the season. clinton jumping on the fact there were mixed reviews for trump's performance. people close to trump note he was on for the entire show and the ratings were 47% higher than the episode with clinton. clinton today said her husband, bill, will do a whole lot more campaigning, especially here in new hampshire, saying she can't keep him away. >> ed henry, thank you. american military leaders are discussing ways to station more u.s. troops in europe. multiple defense officials tell fox news the pentagon is considering adding more rotational units, such as army brigades numbering between 3,000 and 5,000 troops. this as a response to recent military moves by russia. the american forces could come
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from active duty divisions, such as the 101st airborne, some reserve and guard units will also be considered according to officials. president obama and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu say they are not giving up on peace in the middle east. apparently they're also not giving up on peace with each other. correspondent kevin cork reports from the white house on the first face-to-face meetings between the two uneasy allies in more than a year. >> reporter: even before their meeting, the president and prime minister acknowledged the elephant in the room, that the iran nuclear deal drove a huge wedge between them but wouldn't keep them from moving forward together. >> it's no secret that the prime minister and i have had a strong disagreement on this narrow issue. but we don't have a disagreement on the need to making sure that iran does not get a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: the controversial nuclear agreement, just one of several areas where the two leaders disagree. among others, the growth of jewish settlements and the lack
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of progress toward a two-state solution. low netanyahu said today he still supports the latter. no issue has widened the gap like the iran nuclear deal. a risky separation at a time when iran and russia are strengthening their partnership, including the sale of surface-to-air missiles to tehran. >> i think this is a tremendously important opportunity for us to work together to see how we can defend ourselves against this aggression, this terror. how we can roll it back. it's a daunting task. >> reporter: that task is even tougher because of the threadbare relationship between the two men. >> it doesn't mean that they are the best of friends. but it does mean that they are able to work effectively together to advance the interests of the citizens of their countries. >> reporter: further complicating the relationship, months-old comments for the president's choice for spokesman over the weekend. ron berot said the president's speech on capitol hill was an
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example of, quote, modern anti-semitism in liberal western states and said secretary of state john kerry's mental age doesn't exceed that of a 12-year-old. comments that drew a strong rebuke from vice president biden. >> there should be no tolerance for any member or employee of an israeli organization referring to the president of the united states in derogatory terms. period, period, period, period. >> reporter: but the israelis are also said to be speaking a 10-year, $50 billion military aid package from the obama administration to better defend themselves, which would seem appropriate given that a u.s. naval commander in the region said that the iranians have done very little to change their behavior since the signing of the iran nuclear agreement back in july. >> kevin, thank you. up next, the mounting evidence that a bomb brought down that russian airliner. first here's some of our fox affiliates around the country are covering.
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fox 32 in chicago with the first-ever sale of medical marijuana in illinois. friday cultivation centers were given the green light to ship the product. right now only 3300 patients in the state have permission to use it. fox 11 in los angeles where a bright light streaking across the saturday night sky had a lot of people up and down the coast wondering what was going on. they learned it was an unarmed trident 2 missile launched from an american submarine in the pacific. test range off of southern california coast. another test occurred today. this is a live look from new york, our fox 5 affiliate there. a shooting on the subway leaves one man dead and two others injured. it happened at the station at 35th street and 8th avenue. all three victims reportedly have long criminal records. police are searching for the shooter. that's tonight's live look outside the beltway from "special report." we'll be right back. is it keeps the food out.
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now to the russian airplane disaster. each day appears to bring a greater degree of certainty from the experts on the theory that the jet was blown out of the sky by a bomb. senior foreign affairs correspondent, greg palkothas the latest from london. >> reporter: consensus continues to build toward terrorism bringing down that russian plane. one u.s. official saying he's 90% certain it was an isis bomb. ear claims russian officials being monitored are thinking the same. israeli prime minister netanyahu says it seems reasonable that it was an act of terror. even an egyptian prober is leaning that way. >> based on the information we've already learned, we can't rule out the possibility of terrorist involvement. >> reporter: while egypt said an explosion was heard on the voice recorder, further analysis will be needed to nail it as a bomb. inspection of the wreckage for
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explosive residue could take at least a week and airport staffers are being grilled. baggage handlers might have helped get the suspected bomb on the plane. this as the evacuation of foreigners from egypt continues. the u.k. has gotten over 5,000 brittons out, russia some 25,000. tourism possibly crippled. >> before the incident we were at 92% occupy ski doing quite well. now we're at 60% occupancy. >> if it was a bomb pressure will be on egyptian security. there will also be focus on russian president vladimir putin. as the 224 victims of the crash are honored, he could be cowed by blowback from his anti-isis campai campaign, or emboldened. and if it was the work of isis, pressure would be on u.s. security experts to safeguard airports from a new terror threat. isis is probably not looking for a one-time event, i think
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they're looking for what al qaeda was looking for. multiple events at the same time. the the >> there has been a bit of confusion about the fbi's role. they are the ones who made an offer of assistance to egypt and russia to help them solve this deadly murder. while the two cup trees have not rejected the offer, they haven't accepted it either and the mystery remains. >> greg, thank you. five people are dead tonight, including two americans, after a policeman opened fire at a training facility in jordan. of course when incidents like this occur, the first thought that comes to mind is terrorism. national security correspondent jennifer griffin is looking at that tonight from the pentagon. good evening, jennifer. >> reporter: good evening, bret. the two american contractors who were killed and the two americans wounded in the attack worked for dincore. sources say the attacker was a
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jordanian trainer with the rank of captain and had been working at the police facility for a few months. the injured were airlifted to the king hussein hospital in amman. president obama addressed the attack while meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house. >> obviously a full investigation is taking place. we take this very seriously and we'll be working closely with the jordanians to determine exactly what happened. >> mr. president, first let me express the condolences of the people of israel for the loss of american lives. we're with you. >> reporter: the police training facility was established in 2003 and used by the state department to train iraqi and palestinian police. the gunman was the nephew of a former jordanian parliament member. he was married with two children. the attack comes ten years to the day after suicide bombers
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sent by abu zarkawi killed 60 people attending a wedding. they have not established a motive for today's attack. >> the brave individuals were training jordan and palestinian security forces. a cowardly act like this one only reinforces the determination of the united states. >> reporter: the attack resembles the so-called green on blue attacks by afghan soldiers and police being trained by u.s. personnel in afghanistan. >> jennifer griffin live at the pentagon, thank you. still ahead, students force out the president of a major american university. we'll tell you how and why. first, questions from critics of the administration. does it make sense to have a proponent of sanctuary cities running the border patrol? jeb bush: we do not have to be the world's policeman.
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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 security interest that we do it. i will be that kind of president and i hope you want that kind of president for our country going forward. announcer: right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. ♪ it's the final countdown!
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an unusual situation tonight for the border patrol. administration critics say one of the rumored candidates to take over the agency would be the worst possible fit because of her professional and political views. here's the strange circumstances tonight from los angeles. >> san francisco. >> san francisco. >> sanctuary city. >> reporter: in 2008 police chief heather fong and in a public service campaign. >> we do not work on enforcing immigration laws. >> reporter: fong's comments came after the city sent eight immigrants to a halfway house. she ensured they had nothing to
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fear. >> we do not cooperate with i.c.e. when they go out for enforcement violations of the law. >> reporter: fong, according to sources, is on a short list of four names to replace outgoing border patrol chief microficher. >> if you have someone who's advocating for sanctuary cities, that's just the opposite side. they welcome these illegal immigrants to stay in the country so i think it's a cross purpose with the mission itself. >> reporter: the decision is up to customs and border commissioner gil kerlikowski. at this time cbp has not begun the search for the chief of the u.s. border patrol. it is completely false that any individual could be a potential candidate at this time. bringing in an outsider could be a hard sell. >> if we bring one in for political purposes based on the sanctuary city's model, that politicizes the job and i think it completely undermines the
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credibility and morale within the organization. >> reporter: with 20,000 agents, the border patrol is the federal government's largest law enforcement agency. if tapped, fong would be the first outsider to lead the force in its 90-year history. bret. >> william, thank you. volkswagen is $1,000 in gift cards and vouchers to owners of small diesel-powered cars involved in an emissions cheating scandal. the offer targets owners of 482,000 cars in the u.s. those who accept the good will package will not be required to give up their right to sue. vw is recalling 11 million vehicles worldwide that have the cheating software. stocks were down today. the dow lost 180. the s&p 500 finished off 21. the nasdaq gave back 52. a fox news exclusive tonight, a look at what the government is trying to do to rein in the growing epidemic of child sex crimes connected to the
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internet. >> reporter: how long did it take to identify the suspect? it's a heart-breaking crime. in 2015 a thousand victims were rescued by cyber crime investigators like james cole. >> we've had cases as quick as a few days. >> reporter: peter edge, who oversees homeland security investigations says the dark web is to blame. >> i've termed it as the internet inside the internet. people think they can hide almost in plain sight behind a computer keyboard. >> reporter: this is the first time a news team has gone inside the cyber crimes unit, where child victims are identified through obscure clues buried in online photos. this is identified by model and year. the trees and the background are found in the southeast. and the prescription bottle has a partial name and rx number. >> when we provided that information with legal process to the parent corporation of cvs, they were able to provide
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back 13 individuals. >> reporter: steven keating was eventually sentenced to 110 years for his crimes. half of all the data collected by homeland security investigations is child pornography. and the most difficult cases end up here at this forensics lab in suburban washington. another image with this unusual stuffed animal led to 42 arrests worldwide after the european toy maker was found. >> once they were able to identify and make that association, they contacted the danish authorities and they went out with us right away. >> reporter: there is a huge emotional toll for investigators. but every successful case is a motivator. >> our satisfaction comes from the identification and rescue of those children. if we don't try to rescue those children, who's going to? a florida student learns no hug, no good hug goes unpunished. that's next on "the grapevine."
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whei just put in the namey, of my parents and my grandparents. and as soon as i did that, literally it was like you're getting 7, 9, 10, 15 leaves that are just popping up all over the place. yeah, it was amazing. just with a little bit of information, you can take leaps and bounds. it's an awesome experience. now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine. a billion dollars for one online form. the "washington post" reports that's what your taxpayer dollars have bought over the past decade in an effort to modernize the immigration system. so far just a single form is online with 94 others still on
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paper. the project was originally budgeted for a half billion dollars to digitize records, place applications and forms online and ultimately be finished by 2013. instead, it is now protected to cost $3.1 billion and finish in another four years. china seems to be having much more success with its online credit rating system. the doaily caller says it will link national i.d. cards to a score that analyzes social media postings and financial transactions, things that can adversely affect a score, unpopular political opinions, certain hobbies, including video games. even the behavior of a perceived friend. there are incentives to the social credit system. a good score can get you an instant loan or an easily acquired travel permit to singapore. a bad score can result in the
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government pulling the plug on your internet connections. a compassionate eighth grader is learning an important lesson. pda is not okay at her school. the girl, who had an almost spotless record, was sentenced to a morning in detention for giving a hug to a male friend having a bad day. the school district prohibits inappropriate or obscene acts. since it's up to each principal to interpret what that means, this particular school has b banned hugging, holding hands, linking arms and kissing. the girl's punishment was justified as being for a second public display of affection. he was warned last month after that same boy put a hand on her head. student activists at the university of missouri are celebrating a political victory tonight. they essentially forced the school president to resign amid a climate of racial tension that has engulfed the state for more than a year. chief washington correspondent james rosen shows us what
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happened. >> please, please, use this resignation to heal. not to hate. and let's move forward together for a brighter tomorrow. >> reporter: invoking scripture and taking full responsibility for the, quote unquote, inaction has happened on his campus, university of missouri president tim wolfe buckled under mounting pressure and resigned as head of the largest university in the show-me state, academic home to some 35,000 students. members of concerned student 1950, the activist groups that draws its name for the first year blacks were admitted to the school welcome it as a glimmer of hope but declare their work against systems of oppression in patriarchal white male institutions is far from over. >> concerned student 1950 demands a meeting with the board of curators and the governor of the state of missouri to discuss
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shared governance and create a system of hoistic system offin krugs for all participants. >> reporter: wolfe's fall was sift. over a month ago the school announced diversity and inclusion training for all faculty, staff and students. over the weekend, nearly three dozen black players on mizzou's football team vowed to boycott games until wolfe is gone. now that he is, the players returned to practice. >> missouri is the home to ferguson. so what you have to understand is the level of racial unrest in the state and especially among young people and specifically young black people in the state is at a high level, maybe a high water mark in terms of history. >> reporter: hours after wolfe announced his resignation effective immediately, the university chancellor followed suit, effective at year's end. the deans of nine departments
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demanded the removal citing deep concern about the multitude of crises on our campus. we are getting ready for the fox business network's turn at hosting the republican presidential debate. we'll get a preview when the panel joins me after a quick break. big day? ah, the usual. moved some new cars. hauled a bunch of steel. kept the supermarket shelves stocked. made sure everyone got their latest gadgets. what's up for the next shift? ah, nothing much. just keeping the lights on. (laugh) nice. doing the big things that move an economy. see you tomorrow, mac. see you tomorrow, sam. just another day at norfolk southern.
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there's no question i'm getting special scrutiny, because, you know, there are a lot of people who are very threatened and then, you know, they have seen the recent head-to-head polling against hillary and how well i do. you know, they're worried. there's no question about it. >> if you put your personal story out there, then you have an obligation to answer questions about it. if the voters are satisfied with dr. carson's answers, then that will be the end of the story. if they're not, it won't. >> if you have pathological disease, that's a problem. the scholarship situation, the
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dinner with westmoreland when westmoreland wasn't there, the pyramids. >> well, you're looking live. milwaukee, wisconsin, there's the stage. it's set. 24 hours and 21 minutes from now is the first debate. the undercard debate actually will have a lineup of four candidates. this includes chris christie, mike huckabee, bobby jindal and rick santorum. at 9:00 p.m. eastern you see the main stage debate and that will have eight candidates this time. the lineup right there. this comes as some new polls out today in south carolina, monmouth, a well respected there, has ben carson and donald trump essentially tied at the top. there you see rubio making a move, cruz and the rest. and then here is the rcp, the real clear politics average and the national race and where it stands as of this evening. let's begin there. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes, senior writer for the weekly standard.
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mara lawson and and charles krauthammer. okay, maura, a weekend of carson talk and all this back and forth about the bio, how much effect it's going to have. seems like he's turned the corner, at least on the media narrative, in republican circles. >> we haven't seen any negative effects of this on carson. he made a very strong attack on the media. he called it a witch hunt. he said the secular progressive movement is afraid of me, that's why this is happening. and he raised $3.5 million. so a backlash for him to benefit him. you do see the race pretty clear tiers. carson and trump one tier, the top tier, and then rubio and cruz, bush close behind. and that's -- you know, that's the structure of the race right now. the big question is trump is the only candidate who has talked about the carson problems. no one else has touched it with a ten-foot poll except you heard chris christie say you should answer the questions. carson -- i mean trump went after carson and we'll see if he
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does it tomorrow night. i wonder if carson is the one person trump can't attack without hurting himself. >> it's not all about the horse race. these candidates want to talk substance. ahead of an economic debate, ben carson putting out some details of a flat tax proposal. >> i'm in favor of a flat tax because of proportionality. everybody should be hit exactly the same. in order to, you know, remain revenue neutral, we would have to make that rate at about 15% and eliminate all deductions and all the loopholes. that would get us about $2.7 trillion, which is still short of the $3.5 trillion that we need. >> so starting to get into more details, charles. thanks for being so dressed up for us tonight. >> i'm trying to raise the level of the panel. this is my feeble attempt. look, carson basically gave that
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answer at the cnbc debate when he tried to close the gap, he wasn't very successful. so he'll probably be asked about that tomorrow. if he says it's revenue neutral, he's going to have to have an answer for that. but i think in the end, this debate is all about one thing. jeb bush. he's had three bad debates. one more and he's not going to drop out of the race, but he'll really be dead man walking. he's got to show a spark, and that means a look, the entire season has become sort of theatricatheatri. the ones who have risen are the ones who had the moment. carly had the moment, rubio had, cruz has had and bush has been very passive and unimpressive. that doesn't mean he is, but that's how he appears and that's why his numbers are low. so i think all the pressure is on him, which is going to make it all the more difficult. but that is the story going in. it might be the story going out. >> obviously donald trump,
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weekend on "saturday night live." it was only about 12 minutes on the show among the more interesting clips, his dancing to drake, which obviously people commented on. but he has been, as mara mentioned, on the attack. is that going to play out in the way things are, you know, lining up? >> well, i watched some of that "saturday night live." these are the sacrifices i make for our viewers. i hadn't seen it in years and i will never get that time back. painful. not because of donald trump, it's just painful. it's not a funny show anymore. i think charles is right, that certainly jeb bush will be one of the focal points in the debate tomorrow night but i think this emerging dynamic between ben carson and donald trump is significant. you've seen donald trump basically take the side of the mainstream media and its criticism or scrutiny or attacks, depending on how you look at it, calling it a
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pathological disease. >> trump says carson wrote that in one of his books. >> correct, correct. open to interpretation is what donald trump meant to say there. look, i think if you -- one of the reasons that ben carson has been able to survive these attacks is because they featured so much overreach from the media. you have this political story that said that carson admitted that he had fabricated this whole story about west point and the scholarship, when carson had actually admitted no such thing. he pushed back strong and i think very effectively on that. so it will be interesting. we saw the media be a major part of the story coming out of the c cnbc debate. i don't expect that tomorrow night because of the way our folks at fox business will conduct themselves. but i think it will interesting to see if trump keeps echoing these mainstream media criticisms of ben carson. >> i've talked to all of them. they like to get in the weeds,
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so i think we'll get more substantive policy stuff. the answers will be 90 seconds with 60 seconds rebuttal. i do want to play one more sound bite today. donald trump has been attacking marco rubio on this credit card controversy down in florida. rubio again out today responding with this. >> well, you know, i don't think someone who's taken like donald trump has four companies into bankruptcy is in any position to lecture anyone about finances. but when it comes to the charge card of the republican party, we've put it out there. most people who look at it say this is a silly story and assume ihas nothing to do with the future of america. >> well, i think that donald trump has gone after rubio before. he says his credit cards are a disaster. i bet he'll go after him again. i think it's less dangerous for donald trump to go after marco rubio than ben carson. ben carson is an icon in the conservative movement. you know, we've all learned just how big a deal ben carson is for
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years and years. you know, in all sorts of aspects. the evangelical community, the home schooling community, all sorts of aspects. he is revered, and that is why you don't see anybody else taking him on. marco rubio has had other detractors, including jeb bush, not very effectively, but i expect there will be more than just trump going after rubio tomorrow night. >> you were going to say? >> trump, when he went after rubio on the credit card story said rubio was running the party. which he wasn't running the party. the irony is that donald trump supported the person who was running the party at the time, charlie crist, the florida governor. >> final word, charles. >> i think trump's instinct is always to go after whoever is nipping his heels. i think he will go after rubio, he likes to do that. and what he's doing with carson is he's just -- it's just sort of innuendo. he drops a hint, well, there's a story out -- who knows if it's important, but let me remind you about it. and this scholarship story is
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ridiculous. it is obvious that some in the military and the rotc in detroit, they said to him if you want to get into west point, it's a formality. you'll get in, you're distinguished, you've done extremely well academically in leadership and of course it comes with a full scholarship, meaning you don't pay. that's what he says. so he says i was offered a full scholarship. he was offered informally essentially and decided not to apply. but there are a lot of folks who have been to west point who said that was how they got in. they were told you were a perfect candidate, you apply, you get in. it's a formality. they applied and got in. carson didn't. big deal. >> do you sense that people are just sick of that, sick of that, sick of the credit card thing, sick of -- >> i think so. and this stuff is really petty. carson tells a story, obviously a pretty intimate story about wanting to attack his mother. cnn interviews nine people from
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detroit. it's a pretty big city. and decides nobody can remember that as if any of them would have been in the room. and that this lack of people saying i was there, i heard about this, is evidence that it didn't happen is preposterous. so, you know, a lot of people tell stories of their histories when nobody can verify it either happened the way it did or it didn't and are you going to believe carson or a negative story for cnn. i think it's over for him. president obama and benjamin netanyahu face to face for the first time in more than a year. you can't predict... the market. but at t. rowe price, we can help guide your investments through good times and bad. for over 75 years, our clients have relied on us to bring our best thinking to their investments so in a variety of market conditions... you can feel confident... our experience. call a t. rowe price retirement specialist or your advisor see how we can help make the most of your retirement savings.
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security of israel is one of my top foreign policy
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priorities. and that a has expressed itself not only in words but in deeds. we will also have a chance to talk about how implementation of the iran nuclear agreement is going. it's no secret that the prime minister and i have had a strong disagreement on this narrow issue, but we don't have a disagreement on the meeting to making sure that iran does not get anuclear glep with the savagery of isis. the combination of turbulences now displaced millions of people as butchered hundreds of thousands and we don't know what will transpire. >> the israeli prime minister had a two hour long meeting at the white house today and obviously addressing the elephant in deal. we will start there back with the panel. steve? >> it was an absolutely front page story this morning in the "new york times" we counting the
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history of slight, real and perceived between netanyahu and obama. you know, there were details about about meetings and times that netanyahu felt that obama wasn't taking him seriously, what have you. i couldn't help but think of that story when i listened to the president say what we just played with respect to the iran deal. he said it's no secret the prime minister and i have had a strong disagreement on this narrow issue. if you are benjamin netanyahu sitting there listening to that, you have got to be furious. this isn't a narrow issue for netanyahu. he gave a speech two months ago to the united nations in which he said that it was@ the most important issue facingu0&lx civilization. he talked about the iran deal as historic mistake. it's not a narrow issue. i think the president in characterizing it that way basically took a swipe at benjamin netanyahu while he was sitting there. now, it's not going to be in netanyahu's interest to portray it that way. he is he concerned about what further damage can be done to israel in the president's remaining time in office it wasn't a polite
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way to conduct yourself in a kind of, choreographed well in advance of these kind of meetings. >> there is another way of looking at that he didn't say minor issue. he said narrow issue. he meant this one issue. this was a meeting where these two leaders tried to put some of the bad blood behind them and tried to goít forward in a more, you know, mutual supportive way. there is -- this has been a terrible difficult relationship. and i think this meeting was about trying to put it on a better course. i don't think he met narrow as in insignificant. i think he meant narrow as in this is the only thing we disagree on. this we do. >> comes after the vice president this weekend -- >> that was very unfortunate. >> something about the senior media advisors said that on facebook and the vice president went to town on that. >> but i think the whole purpose the meeting is to tell the world that that's either behind us or we are going to ignore that. for the united states the
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in the middle east after iran deal. iran hab on the rampage. hegemon area. it's active in syria. i think u.s. obama cass telling the world we are#d'j4(p@ going to have to shore up the other side, the alliances meaning israel and sunni arabs meaning owe i didn't want, jordan, saudi arabia and the gulf states. we will show the world that we're going to give a very strong military aid to israel. for the israelis, the important element is this: they are afraid that obama, out of either revenge or antipathy or anger at netanyahu will support the push in the u.n. for security counsel to recognize iranian state. it will be dragged into international criminal court every week. this, i think, is a way for israel to reassure itself. netanyahu to reassure himself that that is not going to happen and that that issue will not royale
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relations. i this was, i think, a very successful meeting. >> we hope to get more inside perspective on the meeting and the issues tomorrow here on "special report." that's it for the panel. but stay tuned for some funny moments that perhaps didn't make it to "saturday night live." ! a hundred and fifty grand, two hundred if they want that tape deck. you're not going to tell your dad about the time my hamster had babies in the backseat, are you?! that's just normal wear and tear, dude. (vo) subaru has the highest resale value of any brand... ...according to kelley blue book ...and mitch. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. better things than for rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to a biologic, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra
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finally tonight, trump's appearance on "saturday night live" brought the show the highest ratings in three years. one late night host thinks the presidential candidate is funnier out on the stump without a script or even without any words at all. >> we haveoy been compiling these for a while now. and well here they're. the many noises of donald trump. >> ba ba ba ba. [grrr. >> ca-ching, ca-ching. >> bing. >> hello. >> bye. huh. >> wa. >> whoa. >> boo boo boo. bing bing bing. >> boom, boom, boom. >> bong bong, bing bing
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bing. >> you know what that is. >> those are spectacular. thanks for inviting us into your home tonight. that's it for this "special report," fair, balanceddenned unafraid. greta goes "on the record" right now. >> it's just hours away. this is the eve of the big presidential debate on fox and tonight with tension no doubt building, fireworks flying between g.o.p. candidates. the two g.o.p. frontrunners donald trump and dr. ben carson on the aas they fight for the lead in the polls. >> he writes a book where he went after his mother, hit her on the head or wanted to hit her on the head with a hammer. with a lock, with a padlock, hard in the face. stabbing somebody. he wrote this book thinking about running for office. i] assume. but, you know, he said he has pathological. >> so you don't believe him, do you? >> well, if you have pathological disease, that's a problem. he wrote it. i didn't write it. but, you know, he is going to have to explain a lot of things away. the scla


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