other things. a quick look at the dow today. while we're down about 78 points, a lot of folks think it could be worse. we go into the final months of the year with stocks in final territory and maybe dodging what seemed like a shoredown year. i'm here with "the five." it's 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." according to president obama, we've got isis contained. terror isn't the world's biggest threat, it's climate change, so let's battle the weather with all our mights. >> nothing will deter us from building the future we want for our children. what greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than martialing our best efforts to save it. i believe, in the words of
martin luther king jr., there is such a thing as being too late, and when it comes to climate change, that hour is almost upon us. >> our commander in chief talking tough today about a dangerous enemy we need to slay. >> one of the enemies we'll be fighting at this conference is cynicism, the notion we can't do anything about climate change. >> while the future of the planet is at stake, mr. president, it's threatened by jihadism, not the weather. president obama today announced the united states is, quote, the second largest emitter while suggesting climate change is the driving force behind terror. put those two comments together and you get the president of the united states literally blaming america for terrorism. am i wrong? >> no, i'm going to agree with the call of the question. when you put it together, those are the semantics he's driving for. this is the narrative and idealogy he's been consistently espousing since day one. if you see the man and the measure of his words and his passion for climate change, this is where his focus is and his attention.
he does not want to have to deal with isis whatsoever. it's significantly getting in the way of his own personal idealogy and agenda. you can just see it. this is where he feels most comfortable, talking about this. this is who he is, this is his climate, he's good to go. >> not necessarily a terror alarmist but a climate alarmist. >> it's easier to champion a cause at which we are at fault. you can't do that with islamic terror, you can't blame it on us. unless through climate change. now, i say we should throw it right back at them. climate hysteria actually causes terror. for example, activism is fueling a war against coalthey want to . there are a billion people on this planet that are not on the electrical grid. they are living on poverty, burning impure fuels. that makes them vulnerable into a desperate move of cities where
they're not wanted, so they become fodder for a terror machine. so by preventing these poor people from getting cheap fuel, you're actually making them vulnerable to terror. in a sense, it is his climate conference, his climate hysteria leading to terrorism. >> connection made. >> president obama connected climate change to terror, yet i don't see christians, i don't see jews blowing people up and beheading people on the basis of climate change, i'm seeing radical jihadists doing it. >> i think you can care about both things, and that's the problem. you can care about terrorism and climate change. the problem is when you start linking them together. if we want to look at the department of defense, he wtheye saying climate change was a risk of the united states. i think the president was saying
if you take climate change out of the equation, it's still going to be happening. >> it was a cheap shot, what he was doing today? >> i think getting any sort of solutions that they would be satisfied with is that they speak about climate change in these apocalyptic terms that just goes way overboard, and it makes you think, well, can they not actually deal with both issues at the same time? because i agree with kirsten. really, what i think is interesting, at least to me, i see terror as the root is evil. climate change is a scientific issue. it's based on how we actually fuel all of our lives, and if it's real or not, i happen to think you can at least try to believe that the science is real and then take measures to deal with it. our carbon footprint in the united states has actually been shrinking over the last 15 years while isis, their footprint is growing. that's where they're able to plot and plan attacks that could actually hurt people today. so i do think they could have done two things at once. >> that's why you bring it up,
the carbon footprint of that climate change summit, 300,000 tons of co2 emitted. >> imagine what this effort could have been devoted to in terror if you replaced climate change with the word terror. when it comes to terror, that hour is almost upon us. obsessing on climate change when there's terrorists is like shaving your legs dry. you want to look nice. but think about the drought being linked to the syrian civil war. wheat yields have quadrupled since 1990. the farmers have not had a problem. so the problem is president obama duri obama. >> they destroyed a couple aliens today.
talk about a total disregard for humanity. >> total disregard for the sanctiti for human life, to unite against the enemy of jihad, total lack of appreciation for where the focus should be. sure, we can talk and discuss weather and climate change. fantastic. after we're done with the patient that's bleeding out on the table. so anybody who goes in, you can see the gaping chest wound, it's open, you close and address that. we can focus on a lot of things at the same time, but anybody with a reasonable sense of intelligence and urgency for the situation at hand is going to prioritize in the right way and effectuate change in that direction, and we're not seeing that. >> let's move on now to the climate hysteria. >> i saw the effects of climate change in our northernmost
state, alaska. where the sea is eroding our sho shorelines. where the tundra burns and glaciers are melting at a pace unprecedented in modern times. and it was a preview of one possible future, the fate of our children if climate change continues. abandoned cities, fields that no longer grow, political disruptions that trigger new conflict and even more floods of desperate peoples seeking the sanctuary of nations not their own. >> sorry, mr. president, arctic ice is not actually melting, it's actually growing, and by the way, how are all those warmers going to explain the 19-year, quote, pause in temperatures. you chuckled during those pretty elaborate comments. >> this is a speech he's been wanting to give a long time.
it's not the state of the union, it's the state of the world, according to president obama. he was never going to miss this conference. they've been working on it for seven years. here's my big problem with it, though. one of the things that president obama and john kerry are saying in paris is that there is going to be no enforcible language. so you do all this huge conference, there is no enforcible language. the only goals that can be achieved through national level action, and so you have the epa executive action not gone through congress, and it's the clean power plant. over 50% of the states have sued the government. it already looks like it's probably going to be turned around, so basically president obama is saying, we're going to do our part through executive action, and even though it's illegal, and even though it's unlikely to be overturned, then when it gets to the courts, he will say, our entire foreign policy rests on those executive actions, so, therefore, it cannot be overturned.
he's basically trying to put america in a box. >> america in a box, even if china does get on board, kirsten, india, the big emitter of carbon emissions, and they're poor. they can't get on board. >> i see the climate change as a real problem. i will say i'm from alaska. it's not quite the wasteland that he's describing it as, though it does feel a lot warmer to me than it used to be. to be honest with you, it's dramatically warmer than when i grew up. >> that's good, then people will move there. >> there are plenty of people living there, thank you very much. >> are you sure about that? i've heard thousands of people live there. >> check out wikipedia. >> saw it on tv, probably. >> and they were cheering global warming. >> and there was video. >> the problem is that you have -- how do you get everybody on board? even if we do everything right, how do you get the rest of the world to stop polluting and deal with it, and i think that's one of the main problems.
>> do you know what you do, though? you are somewhat accurate and sincere about the statistics. the world temperatures are rising at half the pace of what the consensus said in 1990. they've never been correct. according to prince charles when he said this 10 mont 0100 month this time, the world will be ruined. because of the prior exaggerations, sensible people, american citizens, are skeptical. we need a foreign policy leader, not a greenpeace volunteer right now. >> that's the problem, the apocalyptic. there are a lot of smart scientists who will say climate change is real, but at pothe apocalyptic. >> by 2013, they said the polar cap would be ice-free. >> oh, yeah, you chicken little, chicken little. >> don't forget the administration has been working very hard to basically dismantle coal jobs in the united states,
even if they were clean coal jobs. these jobs are probably, unfortunately, not coming back without some sort of change in administration and direction soon, and that has led hillary clinton to say that she not only wants to continue the policies of barack obama, but in exchange for that, she will give you a handout of $30 billion so you can be on welfare. and your political loyalty ask your vote. >> this is just like climate change kabuki theater, right? it makes them look good and feel good for doing this. >> we have our coal, we have our electricity, we have our ipho s iphones, we have our automobiles. there are a billion people burning impure fuels that kill 30,000 people a year because they don't have coal. what we're doing is saying, coal is bad, you can't have any. they move to areas and become
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while the president is overseas sounding alarms on global warming, an attack is imminent in afghanistan's capital of kabul and that's according to our embassy there. it's received credible reports it may happen in the next 48 hours. residents are asked to move with extreme caution about the city. lindsey graham is urging more troops to fight in the middle east before another attack happens here. >> there is no ground force being formed in syria, and if you don't look at iraq and syria's battle space, you're making a huge mistake. in iraq, if we had 10,000 american forces with western coalitions helping us, i think we could get them out of mosul a lot quicker. i cannot stress to you how urgent it is that we destroy isil. every day that goes by that they hold millions of people under their sway is bad for us, because they're going to hit us
if we don't run. >> what do you think he's doing? i think he's sounding the alarm that another attack could happen here if we don't stop it there. >> if you're saying you want to destroy, eliminate, cancel isis, then do it. do it. all the because i think everybody knows we could do it, and we could do it fast. >> the thing is, john mccain are saying this, and i'm sure they have a lot of sources at the pentagon to try to help them get their message across to the administration. it seems to me the white house doesn't seem to want to listen to anybody. >> the white house has a plan,
and their strategy seems to be they're sticking by it. by the way, i watched "homeland" last night. everyone thought they would go back to isis and fight that battle with chemical weapons. they actually went back to europe, so watch for that. a year in advance they taped that show and they've been spot on. the point is, who knows what the strategy is. i think it was friday morrell, maybe, said the obama -- do you want to listen? >> yes. >> we don't want to destroy these oil tankers because, because we didn't go after oil wells because we didn't want to do environmental damage and
destroy that in ffrastructure. >> things we suspected before that he had no strategy. mr. obama, all the people in the state department, you can rebuild those oil fields very fast. those are standard drilled wells that can be rebuilt very quickly and very cheaply there was revenue of isis they could have pointed off. >> not only do they have a place to plot and plan but they can gain revenue because they have an oil field. >> either you annihilate or you capitulate. essentially what they have is terror, and if you have no air force or navy on your own, you
will always commit terror acts. we somehow accept north korea. we accept there is an evil, awful regime that is contained like a benign tumor that whenever it becomes malignant, we will zap it, but we leave it will and decide that's what we're going to do. it seems to me it works so far with north korea, and one day maybe we can destroy them. why can't we apply that to isis? >> what do you mean? >> i'm saying, let it go, let him cohese or become a structure. >> first of all, north korea is not as ev-- as evil and horribl they are, is not a direct threat like isis is and they have nuclear weapons. that makes it a little more difficult. but i think we have an immediate problem with isis -- look, i wish we could do something about north korea.
i wonder if the troops is even enough. either you're going in with overwhelming force or don't do it. >> annihilation or capitulation? >> i think they send some troops in but that will contribute to the problem. >> they send lindsey graham and those who have resigned saying their consensus is they need $10 million. >> we can respect the public opinion, but that's why leaders are in place, that's why the intelligence department in the pentagon, et cetera, are there, to be able to make these calls,
assess the information, compile it and make responsible choices on our behalf. and i trust them. >>. >> drive isis you still have a problem, but you've isolated the problem. >> you can't take out the fact that people are allowed to travel back and forth. we talked earlier today about how the united states, president obama, today announced they are going to change the way that -- screen people that are coming in from terrorist safe hahavens. >> so president obama hates women and babies, he hates orphans. he realizes that to continue down the fantasy of an open border for these refugees suspends the logic of everyday life. what if you were told a popular
baby food contained a spiked ingredient of cyanide. one in 1,000, one in 10,000, would you still buy that baby food for your child? of course, you would. when there is a malfunction in the car, you don't recall all the cars. that is the practical way he thought he was suspending when it came to terror, but he was wrong. i like how he admitted he was wrong, probably watching "the five." >> he's not exactly admitting he was wrong, but it seems he could have avoided the whole refugee fight. >> he's turning the refugee fight into saying he was wrong about people jumping the visa debate, which he was wrong. >> so we are supportive. we are all in agreement. i love that. >> i disagree with agreement. next, donald trump on the defense again after creating a new series of controversies himself. greg has some advice for the presidential candidate he may
last week donald trump mocked a reporter, right aft. >> right after a couple good paragraphs talking about northern new jersey written by a nice reporter, now you got to see this guy. "i don't know what i said, i don't remember. maybe that's what i said." this is 14 years ago. they didn't do a retraction. >> he claims he didn't know the guy was disabled. here's the reporter and trump, close call. a dude with disabilities mocked in a way that seems to play off a disability. let's watch the tape again. >> the poor guy, you got to see this guy, i don't know what i said, i don't remember. he's going, i don't remember. maybe that's what i said. >> i'll admit it, i cringed. but hey, as long as he's in
front, who cares? i do, and fans of "the five" do, too. they're fans of this show because they like how we treat each other. if they saw their son pulling a trump, they would smack him. but it's not trump's fault, it's the enablers who indulge him. i engage the broken wing theory. during my speeches my manager sits up front. later he tells me what i did wrong, and my wife chimes in. they save me from my i hdiocy, d it's hard for them to say, greg, don't be a jerk, but they do that because it is my will. stop treating this like a blue collar comedy tour. you're not trump, the insult comic dog. toadies, but a person with a code. a person with a code reacts consistently to reactions
regardless of who did it. remember when we nailed president obama for his special olympics joke? a code requires that we do the same here and now. no more excuses, exaggerations. you're running for president. >> by the way, kimberly, i hate that i'm an arbiter of good behavior. i'm probably the most tasteless person on this network. >> i'm here to tell you you're right. the first step is admitting you have a problem. >> if your child wasn't playing fair on the playground, you would be like, uh. >> i would find out exactly what was going on. >> i would smack 'em. >> i like to find out first before i punish. >> what if they lied to you about it? >> then they would be double punished. >> but they would like being punished by you. >> now you see my problem. >> this is one of those moments.
>> people deliberately lie to me so they can be punished again is the problem. >> why do some people refuse to accept behavior in one person and not another? for example, if president obama had made a joke about john mccain being handicapped from his war injuries and being a p.o.w. and not being a hero, we would have the pitchforks. >> i think a lot of people would criticize him for that, even people on the left. but i think there are double standards. people do tend to, unfortunately, kind of stay with their team. if there's somebody on their side, it makes them feel like they have to come to their defense. what i notice, it's always -- but the other side is worse. always what they come back with, when you sort of say, they shouldn't have done this, you say, what about the time obama did this? what about it? that was bad and this is bad. they're both bad. >> that's the defense, is that okay, look what the left did to
sarah palin or her child, or look what they did about special olympics. the media didn't care, so we care then. >> exactly. >> well, again, we have to be clear. if donald trump knew that the journalist had this issue, this ability, then you can say, donald, what are you doing, do you really want to make fun of someone with a disability? we don't know that for a fact. >> it's a coincidence. >> over the weekend, i also saw hillary clinton with a similar hand gesture in one of her speeches. it had nothing to do with this reporter. i'm not apologizing for donald trump, i'm simply saying if he knew and did it on purpose for the shock value, then i would suggest as a person -- who knows, and probably not the best thing to do at this point. you're winning. you've got 31% in the reuters average. if he knew it. if he didn't know, we hold him at a standard that maybe some
other people aren't being held at. >> well, we don't have a standard for him. we're letting him get away with everything. if any of us had done that, i don't think we would have a job. and we're not running for president. that's what i'm saying, i'm an obnoxious idiot, first person to say that, but i'm not running for president. i can make mistakes. >> but mocking someone for a physical deformity that they have no control over, i think, is beyond the pale. there is a guy i talked to the other day. he's a trump supporter and he said, what do you make of trump as a supporter? i said, what do you think? when he realized i wasn't buying it, i think he was justified because a reporter once wrote a bad story about the tea party. i said shs li, listen to yourse. you would probably think it's a
good idea rather than defending someone who wrote a report. don't try to convince me that what i saw with my own eyes was not wrong. >> this reporter was so happy. people have heard of him now. nobody heard of the guy. he's having such a good time. >> the theory here is, kimberly, it's okay to make fun of somebody because you'll make them famous. >> i don't know. we have a job to do here, and we have to answer to our management and standards and practices, right? voters will decide and they will choose and see if he is the nominee based on a whole bunch of things. do i think, you know, it's okay to make fun of anybody with disabilities? no, i do not. would i personally do it? no. do i know he was intentionally making fun of him because he was disabled? i'm not going to pass that judgment. he knows he can answer.
>> would you pass that judgment if it was obama or hillary clinton doing it? >> and they knew that? i would want to find out if that's, in fact, what they intended, what they knew and that they acted on it. i don't care what your political party, affiliation, subcategory, subtext is, if that's what you knew and you did it on purpose, that's not the thing to do, period. i don't care who you are. is that fair? >> i guess so. but you're withholding your judgment on whether he did or not, and i'm wondering if you would withhold your judgment on other people. because generally, it goes back to the double standard. >> this is my point. i would say i would investigate it just like i did every other case. >> did you investigate this case? >> i didn't investigate this case. i've been reading all the reports about it to see what the fact pattern is, the scenario, did he meet him and what did he know? >> he did know the reporter. >> yes. he said he met him 14 years ago. >> and he said he has a fantastic memory. so he remembered the thousands of thousands of people that we
have no documentation of celebrating 9/11, physical documentation. he remembered that. i don't know, it's weird. very weird. >> i think you sit comfortably with your decision. >> i think i have, kimberly. shall we move on? >> please. >> hillary clinton has unveiled a plan to create more jobs in america, but she forgot to tell americans how much it's going to cost them. that's up next. your body was made for better things than 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 for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz can reduce joint pain and swelling in as little as two weeks, and help stop further joint damage. xeljanz can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma, and other cancers have happened. don't start xeljanz if you have an infection.
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where we were before the republicans came in and messed it up again. >> so what's her plan to get our economy back on track? she's just unveiled a $275 billion proposal to invest in our infrastructure, but she isn't saying how she's going to pay for it. that's a problem. the republicans say it could result in tax hikes on the middle class as clinton's campaign promises have now topped $1 trillion. big spender. >> this has been going on for a long time. they've been talking about this infrastructure bank they wanted. they want to form a bank, they want to attach things like financial transactions, gasoline additional 50 cents or a dollar. they've come up with different ways to do it. i like the idea of spending a lot more than $275 billion in infrastructure. i like spending a trillion dollars or more on our infrastructure because we need it. our roads and bridges are crumbling, and that's true.
the question is how do you raise the money for it? in my opinion, it should be done on a private basis. in other words, privatize some roads. on the real bad ones, let them charge tolls and let them fix it because they're a lot more efficient in that than the government is. >> you know what i don't like? why is everything piggybacked on the middle class? that's not going to help the economy, the market, jobs. it's not going to help small businesses. we're already choking them to death with excessive regulations, dana. >> that was going to be my point. there might be a need for $275 billion worth of infrastructure spending, but what could really help is if the government actually got better at streamlining a permitting process. this is where everything is bogging down. you have to do so many different environmental checks, safety checks. all of those may be important, but they're not done at the same time. they're done one after the
other, so you delay projects for so long to the point that they just fall apart. there were no shovel-ready jobs available when president obama put forward the stimulus package. and it showed because you weren't able to actually produce any jobs or get any results and improve the infrastructure. remember that? to me it's bureaucracy. that's where we could actually have a bigger impact. >> are we going to shrink the waist of the bureaucracy, greg? >> spending their money is their olympic sport, bloated programs is their pornography. it's not about workers, it's about union workers. this is about employing more union workers for these programs because they're the ones that are eligible. i have an idea. how about a $10 billion freeway along the southern border, just spill it all on a big, white freeway and the day before we all run down there and push it up. there, we built a wall. >> that would be beautiful. >> see, it would work.
>> i heard it would cost $10 billion. >> but you would do it! a $10 billion wall and just push it up. >> i think one of the biggest problems with this is she doesn't explain how she's going to pay for it, and that's something the washington board has slapped her for. there is only about 3% of the population she said she will attack, which is impossible. there is no way to do this without taxing the middle class. i would want more deils, more specifics on how she is going to do this, because i do think the middle class is completely overburdened right now. >> would you accept a gasoline tax? >> yeah. like you said, this is important, these are things you like to do, but i think you have to be transparent and honest. i don't think we should accept it. i think we should press them, reporters should press them on explaining it.
it just doesn't add up. you can't throw out these few little things that there is no way you're going to pay for all of this. >> thanksgiving 2015. oh, yeah, it's in the books, our special by about 25 times. what's our favorite part of the christmas season? and in greg's case, there will be many. stay tuned. jeb bush: here's the truth you will not hear
from our president: we are at war with radical islamic terrorism. it is the struggle that will determine the fate of the free world. the united states should not delay in leading a global coalition to take out isis with overwhelming force.
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isn't this anyone who knows what christmas is all about? >> sure, charlie brown. i can tell you what christmas is all about. for unto you is born this day in the city of david the savior, who is christ the lord. and this shall be unto you. >> linus is right. i won't let all this commercialism ruin my christmas. i'll take this little tree home and decorate it, and i'll show them it really will work in our play. >> the christmas season has officially kicked off when "a charlie brown christmas" makes its way back to tv. the animated classic is marking its 50th anniversary tonight. it's the second longest
christmas special in tv history behind "rudolph the red-nosed reindeer." what are you looking for? >> the grinch? >> no. i don't make a secret of it, i hate this season more than anything on the planet. i prefer to talk about what i like, which is charlie brown, which i think is the most powerful comic strip in the history of comics, because it was able to take the insecurities of children and express them. it's stuff we carry in our genes we don't understand. charlie brown focused on them. and what's so interesting about this strip was pigpen. he was always the dirty guy, and wherever he walked, there was a big tumult of dirt behind him. what was behind that story? it was about absentee parents, because everybody knew a kid in their classroom that was neglected, that was wearing dirty clothes, and it was borne from the selfishness and addiction of their parents that
neglected these kids. and charles schultz with pigpen pretty much predicted a society of our family structures that broke down. that was pigpen. pigpen predicted almost every problem that we have had in the last 30 years. >> didn't you just write a college thesis? >> i think i did it on this show three years ago. >> he's right. the pigpens are out there. i have such love for them. i don't want to give their names, but i swear, i swear i'm well known for this. if you're not getting detention, i would mother you. on valentine's day, i would buy you the cupcakes from the secret admirer. i would buy the cupcake, i would
sit next to them in school. i sat with wia couple of these pigpen guys you see in the cafeteria. >> you are like the florence nightingale of kids who don't bathe. >> the story of jesus in the charlie brown christmas special was almost not included, because schultz and others thought it was too risky. to me when i watched it as a kid, it was very natural because i went to sunday school and this was a story that i knew and this is what i knew about christmas. >> it's my favorite. >> i'm so glad they included it. >> can i just point out -- opposite of you, my wife has obsessive christmas disorder. it's everything, it's the tree lighting, we have to go to the tree lighting. but it's kind of cool. >> i love "charlie brown
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association honors the season with an ornament every year. for the first time ever, what's cool about this, it has a little l.e.d. light. this is the white house historical association. you can go on whitehousehistory.org, and you can order them. you can collect them every year. but you get to start your collection today. greg, i know you like calvin coolidge. you don't like christmas, but you like coolidge. you can have that. anyway, thanks to them for sending that up here. thanks, stuart and lauren. >> so i told you all before we left for thanksgiving holiday we were bringing our son to the las vegas rescue mission to serve thanksgiving dinner and the next day to the homeless there. there's the meal that was served, the thanksgiving meal. they put out -- get this -- a thousand meals on thanksgiving dinner and 400 meals the day after thanksgiving. there's adrian in the white hat
serving, there's eric chase walking through the crowd talking to people. an amazing two days, and then afterwards we had good fortune to spend some time at the hotel, and that's what we did. greg, you're up. >> well, that's depressing, because i didn't have as much fun. get out of my line here. if you want to know how to defeat isis on a personal level. i have a column where i talk about how you can actually beat isis. eric shared his plans for thanksgiving. people thought i spent it alone, but actually i didn't. i met up with a good friend of mine and we had a good time. his name is scruffy mcnuken. we watched movies together, all the diehards, and it's neat because he's a very cheap date, just one carrot. >> is he still alive? >> well, i rolled over and he
died. >> mine is really normal. we had a great thanksgiving, it was with my husband's grandparents, and his dad, and we did fun things like going to the park. that's me and bella. he took a really nice picture outside of the sunset and everything, which is fabulous. i also want to say happy birthday. we were supposed to get to it with the breaking news. we didn't last friday. sean, happy birthday. you're amazing, i love you. >> sean does a nice job. even when he cheeats on the music. >> i went to seattle for my thanksgiving. these are my nieces, mateo and her little cousin carter. my phone was broken which is why everything is a selfie. but yeah, it was awesome.
there's them looking -- i think their mom took over that picture. >> that's it for us right here. guess what's up next? yay. i'm shannon breen in for bret baier who is on assignment tonight in new york. this is a fox news alert. the frontrunner for the democratic presidential nomination who already has many trust issues with the american public is dealing with problems both old and new tonight. there is word hillary clinton opened her secretary of state's office to a steady stream of potential donors to her campaign. and we're getting a first look tonight at the latest batch of e-mails from her private servers and addressesment. >> the largest document dumped, 748. an