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bernie and hillary in the upcoming town hall meeting they're going to have. that should be fun. again, thanks for watching. miss megyn is next. i am bill o'reilly. please remember, the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, stakes are raised after one of the two presidential front runners mounts a big response to a campaign trail challenge in a critical state. good evening and welcome to "the kelly file" were everyone, i'm megyn kelly. we are exactly one year out from the swearing in of the next president. think about that. just 12 days away from the first vote and the republican nomination fight. and an iowa, two men are out in front. donald trump and ted cruz. less than 24 hours eye go, mr. trump electrifying pumped crowd in iowa announcing endorsement of former governor sarah palin which you've heard about last night. today senator cruz and supporters responded.
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new reports that conservative media star glenn beck will appear with senator cruz in iowa this weekend. with two of the senators most prominent iowa supporters take together air waves. in moments we will be joined by the national spokes people for both the trump and cruz campaigns and they are going to have some things to say. but first, the trump campaign continuing its roll-out of sarah palin's endorsement before an overflow crowd of 15,000 in tulsa, oklahoma and governor palin delivered. watch. >> he has spent his life looking up, being optimistic and building big things. big things that touch the sky. inf infrastructure that put people to work. he spent his life building up this success. so his power, when he's in d.c.,
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it's not going to come off of opium, being high off opium, other people's money. that opm, other dopes in washington get high off because they take it from you and then distribute that other people's money. that's not trump. trump, his power, if you will, his passion, is the fabric of america. it is work ethic and dreams and drive and faith in the almighty. and that is america. are you ready to share in that again, oklahoma? >> kat peterson is the national spokesperson for the trump campaign. rick peterson is from the cruz campaign. this is awkward. if donald trump doesn't win, you will probably back ted cruz. and i have the same question for
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you, rick. it is awkward. the bloods fighting the bloods. crips fighting the crips. it seems weird. because both of you guys will want hillary or bernie to lose. but right now you have to fight with each other. go ahead, kat. >> i think, megyn, only one person did win the nomination. that's what we are seeing play out now. it is unfortunate that there is this sort of what we are calling fighting here but really it's not. what we have is a competition for the republican nomination for 2016. i think we can all agree that a lot of things have changed since 2008. and it is going to take someone that can do deals, that can do coalition building which donald trump has shown that he can do and successfully and really coming down to who the republicans want it represent them going after hillary clinton when we know we have to have a larger coalition in order to win in a general election. >> what do you make of it, rick? because cruz supporters say trump isn't exactly known as a
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unifying force. >> well, he's not. it is interesting. donald trump has liberal views all his life. playing for the other team. giving lots and let's of money from democrats. i heard earlier from donald trump's son, that's what you have to do when you're in business. pay off the other side. if that's the pay master for the cartel, people are sick and tired of the deals. what they want is someone to unify the congress and get their congressman to get things passed that need to get things passed. not all insider games. the way you pass big large legislation is you get the country on your side and win the argument before you win the vote. that what margaret thatcher says. that's good advice. i don't think trump could do that and cruz could. >> kat, i will give you the floor. but glenn beck came out and said, i'm done with sarah palin. he doesn't she she is the conservative she once was. he said, this is why, big
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government, bailout, not just abortion but partial birth abortion, pathway to citizenship, all views held by trump during administration. during this administration. he said when sarah and the pea party were under attack in 2010 trump was giving money to pelosi reid and emmanuel. why is he wrong? >> i don't give much stock into what beck is saying right now. if you look at the movement, there are a lot of people coming in behind trump. i hear the values, as rick just mentioned, his whole life. he was at the convention as george w. bush's guest p he supported those likes romney and mccain. we never hear about that. we also never hear about the republicans that trump supported. it is safe to say you can hold a belief at any point in your time in your life but when it comes to making decision answers implementing policy that affects millions of people you probably don't want to do the whole do as i say, not as i do. but i will say this, ronald reagan was also a democrat who
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also endorsed democrats, campaigned for democrats, held very liberal policies. he campaigned for truman who was far to the left of barack obama when it came to health care. people change. >> good ahead, rick. >> values don't change. the democratic party that ronald reagan grew up with is nothing like the democratic party as today. they wouldn't have conceived of partial birth abortion. that is not going to -- that's not going to wash. the reason trump has it offer for giving $50,000 to ron emmanuel, tens of thousands into the democratic party of new york, thousands of dollars to anthony weaver, chuck schumer, and it goes on and on and on. he might have given money to the republicans, but the whole point is, and by the way, he has given lots and lots of plan to mitch mcconnell and speaker boehner too. but that's the problem.
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the problem is the money and influence, you can't say i'm against the cartel and then be the pay master to the cartel. he is trying to hide behind sarah palin -- >> is that just sour groups because palin didn't get the endorsement? >> we would have loved to have gotten the palin endorsement. we tried to get 10 million behind us and we fell short the one. we've got people coming, like you say, beck will be with us in iowa. we have more surprises coming. more conservative endorsements on the way. it doesn't change anything we are doing. we don't make one less phone call or knock on one less door. we have 1,000 volunteers in iowa. we are excited. we've done -- >> it's on. it's clear that the race is tight in iowa. >> a point megyn -- >> quickly, because i gotcha go.
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>> to rick's point, the republican party isn't the same either. the grass roots republican movement is against tpa and tpp where cruz joined ryan to push that effort. >> don't ever say tpp on this show again. no one knows what it is. it sounds like a trade deal. >> obama care. >> okay, good to sigh both. >> thank you, megyn. >> we have a stunning story that suggests the sex scandals of the 1990s could come back to haunt the clintons. plus, the new drama over what investigators found on clinton's server. it is going from bad to worse for her. >> and countries with terror ties went miss wling when it wa time to go home. speaking of tearer, meet the college rerecruiting for isis. that is just the beginning of the story. >> shouting death it israel and
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breaking reports. sex scandals of the 90s come back to haunt the clintons. new polling showing hillary clinton's numbers are dropping. then we learn one of the clinton's best known supporters may have serious reservations
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about mrs. clinton's candidacy. actress salina doneham has been spotted across the country. look how sad she is. the "new york times" reports dunham has reported she is disturbed by how many women were sexually assaulted by clinton in the '90s. it is says liena is you fully supportive of clinton and track record to support and is team clinton all the way. >> i'm always a little bit puzzled when any woman of whatever age but particularly a young woman says something like, and you've heard it, something like, well, i believe in equal rights but i'm not a feminist. >> i can explain that to her. if she would come on, i would explain it to her happily. my next guest warned weeks ago that president clinton's past would become a big problem for the clinton campaign.
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a fox news contributor, good to see you. before you mentioned this, you were saying, this is my prediction, this is going to be an issue. why? >> well because i've been following the feminist movement closely for quite sometime. as you know, megyn, one of the biggest issues if not the biggest issue is sexual assault. a central belief is women should be believed when they make an accusation assault. we saw this happen with a rolling stone hoax where even after the woman was discredited you had feminists coming out to say i believe her. hillary clinton tweeted out sexual assault victims must be believed. it struck me while if she is going to say that, then people are going to probably start asking questions about well what about the women who accused your husband of sexual assault and interestingly i think what we see with lena dunham, she
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probably didn't even know about this. they didn't live through the '90s the way we did. it is not something they are aware of and they will have to process for the first time. >> how are her critics going to get at that? is it about the allegations made about president clinton which has been dealt with? one way or other they've been dealt with or is it about the satellite people around the clintons, including hillary herself at the time, who dispairaged the accusers? >> this new york times story is pretty devastating, i think, because it talks about the fact that it has referring to democrats who participated in these smear campaigns, saying themselves, they realize that what they did would not fly today, would not be acceptable in the climate where you are not supposed to do that to women. and it shouldn't have been acceptable then either. and -- >> yeah, but you know, they talk about how you couldn't get away with one of their defenders refer to the bimbo eruptions. how you can't get away with that
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today. i would challenge that the notion that you cannot be a presidential contender and call a woman a bimbo and continue to see your poll numbers rise. >> you may have ainsight into that megyn. that little insight. i think the idea of everybody sort of just -- everybody refer to them as bimbo eruptions. this is the way we all talked about it. i have to say that i was probably no better in that way. people were dispashaespaiispari women. i worked there at the time. and that type of public talking about them is trailer trash or stalkers -- >> does it stop -- if it winds up being hillary versus trump, does it stop her from attacking him on women's issues? >> well, no. i don't think that they appreciate the danger that they are up against right now. and i think that they think this has been litigated and that nobody cares about it any more. and that -- and i just truly don
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think they appreciate it. if they appreciated the danger of it, they would have never sent out the tweet. >> great to see you. >> good to be here. >> new fallout from reporting we brought you on dozens of top secret e-mails found on hillary clinton's server. a new report indicates that some e-mails contain information about controversial drone strikes. this is stuff even more secret than top secret. earlier tonight, steven hayes said if anyone else had information like that he is told by professionals they would not be treated with kid gloves. >> i talked to three national security lawyers who deal with this for a living. this is all they do today. and they all said, without exception, that there's no question that this person would have lost clearances if this were a senior gs-14 or 15 employee. probably lost his or her job. and possibly would have already been indicted. >> our fox news senior judicial analyst. you agree with that? >> i do. i do. i go a couple steps further than
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steve and suggest that mrs. clinton should be consulting very high powered national security criminal defense lawyers. criminal defense lawyers who have national security clearances so they can see the evidence against her to negotiate with the fbi. the case against her is overwhelming, damming, and from her perspective, grave. when she says there is no there there, when she laughs about it, saying this is the suggestion of an old new york times story, she is effectively mocking the 100 fbi agents that are investigating. >> even today she said she never sent or received classified information. >> that infewer rates me, megyn. that's a word game when she says i neither sent nor received anything marked classified. i'm making the quotation marks with my fingers because nothing is marked classified. it is marked confidential, secret, top secret. there are four sub markings.
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the select access privilege which is what 12 -- excuse me, two dozen, 24 of her e-mails had on there. that is the most secret information the government has. >> but unlike david petraeus, her supporters are saying, she didn't willingly, she is not being accused of willingly sharing this information with people. that's what he did when he gave this information to his biographer. if she were neglectful in not protecting it, criminal charges? >> absolutely. intent should be an element. that's just me. this particular law expressly says intent is not an element. meaning the government doesn't have to prove she intended. her negligent treatment, her failure to safeguard and store national security secrets -- >> on a server that russians and chinese may have hacked into it -- >> correct. could be basis for criminal prosecution. we're not talking about one. this is not a loose leaf in a
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desk like general petraeus. >> first of all, they say they think the inspector general for the intelligence community who is obama's appointment is in cahoots with the republicans to hurt her with leaks. second, they are saying that this stuff we are all treating as so scary, it is stuff that could have appeared in the newspaper. that cia would treat information as classified, even if it is a drone strike and appears in new york times and also in her e-mail, they say that is also classified. >> there is a bona fide argument saying it is too much information but not at sap category. do you know what type of information is there in there in names of moles. black ops. secret programs that government wants to deny the existence of. for her to have put that on an open server while secretary of state is absolutely grossly negligent and must be in the basis for indictment. >> getting more dangerous for her on that side. judge, good to see you.
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>> like wise. >> growing controversy along with plummeting poll numbers are leading to some speculation she could possibly drop out. if she does, what does that mean? our fox news dij cal politicsed corps, is there any real clans of that? >> i think drop out isn't maybe the right term. forced out. or come out with an ether-soaked rag and take her off of the stage very slowly, as she goes away. i don't think she will wake up and say, boy, there is just not working out. smell you later. >> if she were smart, she would. she would say, i'm done, this sucks. >> every time i try to run you people are terrible to me and i'm over it. thank god i have a quarter billion dollars and you suckers can go away. >> let's go into this, you know, possibility that something happens. fbi says she needs to be prosecuted. and obama's doj says, we're going to do it. what happens then? bernie sanders has got it? >> depends on when.
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if hillary clinton were indicted and president clinton said, you got go, if that happens before she has clenched the nomination, then i know bernie sanders has a great time in iowa and new hampshire, delegate count is to good for her and wraps it up fairly early, but if it happens before april or middle of ape rel and delegate aren't alloc e allocated and nomination is up for grabs, it would be hard for democrats to deny bernie sanders the nomination because he would be the guy in the race and he goes on and wins it. then the democrats would sob softly into their hands and lose the presidency. now the other way that it goes is, she had locked up the nomination, she is indicted or somehow forced to leave the race. that means you go to convention and it is crazy town. totally crazy town. >> because joe biden is like, remember me, remember how i said how much i regretted not
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running. but then they blpledge to berni sanders- >> no, no, no. >> but he isn't on the ballots in the race -- >> but if she releases her delegates and there is a o ton of super delegates, they have a lot of unpledged delegates, they can do what they want if they are unbound. >> i thought he had to do this by a certain date because he wouldn't have his name on ballots -- >> he wouldn't have to run. if she was ousted prior to the convention but after she locked up enough delegates for the nomination and primaries were over, you just go to an open convention. >> anyone showing up can write a check saying she's out, joe biden is in? >> she would totally feel the burn. but the scenario that works the most -- the way you're describing it after the convention and hillary clinton is nominee, any time between end of july and election day if she is forced out at that point democrats get to make up rules as they go. that's when you send a fruit bass dote debbie wasserman schultz and say for all of the
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what could go wrong? the reports sparking serious concerns about our nation's security. >> the 9/11 commission pointed out at least two of the 9/11 attackers were overstayed their legitimate visas. >> it places our country at risk both economically for jobs and for terrorist attacks. and in fact, by far the highest percentage of overstays well over 10, 20%, coming from some of the most dangerous countries in the world. >> dana perino serving as white house secretary under george w. bush and is cohost of the 5. nice to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> we will see this at the republican debate next week. a lot of these republicans say they are in favor of legal immigration. >> yes. >> they are talking about visas in large part. people allowed to come here. they don't sneak across the border. but visa overstays is a real problem. up to 40% of the legal immigrants here came this way. >> right. they enter legally and then
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you're supposed to leave after about six months. so when i moved to england to be with peter i'm on a six-month tourist visa and on six months and one day we were nervous. we were married but the paperwork wasn't finished. i could have been thrown out of the country. i had a panic thing. have you 500,000 people a year. this is the first report of this kind. we don't know how it compares to previous years. we know now, department of home hand security, pushed by the republicans, to find out how many do you think they are. they finally have come up with this number, about 500,000. the problem is they are very hard to track. in the united kingdom they fried to figure a way it track people who have overstayed their visas and allow them to leave voluntarily. 50% don't leave voluntarily. you have to expend resources to find them and -- >> but they don't know where
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these people are. syria, afghanistan, iran in this country. some are pushing biometric tracking system. what is that? >> that would mean, let's say you want to get into the building in the future, and instead of flashing your bath, they would can scan your eyes. that sounds like a good idea. to some people. extremely expensive. that is coming. but imagine what we just went through in the privacy discussions with ed snowden. a lot of americans don't want their government having that information. the problem is, those who overstay their visas are in and amongst us. you can't figure out a way to pick them up. >> if you have to have a retina scan to go into the gap, we would probably find tlhem. >> exactly right. >> do we want to live that way? >> number one, stop bragging about how great your interior enforcement is on immigration, because obviously, based on this report from the department of homeland security, it isn't that
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great. other thing is they could pass strict penalties. there has to be a consequence or deterrent to overstay the visa. right now it isn't great enough to make people leave when they are supposed to. >> i want to ask you on a different subject, we have this discussion about this special category, above top secret. dana worked in the white house for years. tell me about that special category of -- >> i had sci clearance. just above top secret. when this news broke, i had never seen an e-mail with sap classification. i wouldn't have had access to that. if i had -- i didn't even need to know that. and i didn't try to find out about it. so to think she was just so reckless with classified information and acts like it is a republican problem, that the inspector general, a nonpartisan person, she is accusing him of politicizing when it was the democrats who were politicizing the inspector general. all he was doing was responding
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his public facebook page. and while he denies supporting isis, says that he never incited any of the students to violence, a review of his facebook page turns up a posting in which he praises osama bin laden as the, quote, greatest. ryan moro is a professor and national security office with the clarion project doing tiging on professor pino. good to see you, ryan. >> thanks for having me. >> so the fbi is probing into the background of this man? >> i'm not sure if there was a public statement but he is saying i haven't been arrested yet or been informed i am the subject of an investigation. >> they think he is recruiting for isis? >> yes, recruiting students for isis. using his job as a professor to recruit students.
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i found many posts recruiting for isis, saying once let by osama bin laden and kicked off the current jihad, supporters of him, should join isis because they are the ones that are the best jihadists. >> he talks about the quote that the quote 19 martyrs made, was a glorious oath among the most noble oaths, among others. it goes on and on and on. he has been doing this for years. how has he survived at kent state this long? >> here is what is really shocking. his first statement he was noticed for in which supported terrorism and praising suicide bombings happened in 2002. so there's controversy surrounding this individual all the way since back -- all the way back then. but the university has not fired him. and so i really want to know is why aren't you firing him and if there's a reason that you cannot do so legally, explain that. right now all we are hearing from the university leadership is that well we condemn the
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statements. and fbi assures us there is no threat to the campus. >> the university says free speech. this is free speech. and these are his view points. recruiting for isis is a different story. but he is denying that. they say it is free speech. one has to wonder if you are getting up there saying the n word every three words in his sentences, whether they would tell us this is free speech and we can't do anything about it. >> my thought exactly. and it has been going on so connist sesistently over the ye. he was writing for a website for training manuals for jihadists. the campus says, there is no threat, we have to ask, what else do they say? with there is a guy who is threat but we don't have evidence to arrest him so sorry. that's what they have to say. anywhere there an isis supporter is a threatening situation. i would not go on that campus if i was a student. >> he is currently teaching. teaching two classes right now. history is one of them.
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history of cuba and central america and seminar in history. so right now, he is teaching students. he will continue teaching classes this semester and he will be back in the fall semester. so isn't it up to the faculty and parent of the student body to come out and say, no, he won't be. no, he won't. >> it is. and it is up to the university leadership to explain how inciting terrorism isn't a violation of the faculty code of conduct. and if they want to fire him, why are they unable to do so? we need a greater explanation other than free speech and no threat. again, anywhere there is an isis support wloer believes that any americans is a legitimate part of jihad, that is a situation of uptake. >> that is a situation here. we will stay on it. we have crazy picture of washington, d.c. where thousands of commuters were sitting in their cars. it is not moving. look at this. rick is here with what this storm is expected to do. plus, a case of contaminated
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michigan. critics say state officials knew flint's water was contaminated with dangerous levels of lead months ago. but did not tell the public. and now newly released's mails reveal more about who new what and when. trace mass more about this story. trace? >> megyn for more than a year aa half, residents of flint michigan complained the water add foul odor, tasted funky and was causing rash and hair loss. federal state and local agencies had evidence the water was bad yet kept saying it was not. that is until doctors started testing blood and found high levels of lead in it. now they are forcing national action. >> i declared a federal emergency in flint to sent more
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resources on top of the assistance by have already put on the ground. >> michigan governor rick snyder says the state of emergency isn't enough. he wants the president to declare it a disaster which would free of tens of millions of federal dollars but it is the governor getting the brunt of the criticism. even hillary clinton has accused him of ignoring the needs of an already disadvantaged community. today the governor released e-mails regarding flint and they appear to show his chief of staff informed him the water was quote, less than savory, but no clear evidence of lead. the same chief of staff went on to blame state and county water authorities. the reason flint made the switch from using the detroit water system to using water from the flint river was to save money. the city, by the way, is still demanding residents pay for the water that was making them sick. listen -- >> it feels personal. and it makes us all -- people
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who are tied to flint very, very angry. >> several lawsuits have now been filed on behalf of the flint residents. megyn? >> unbelievable. trace, thank you. this has new become a national political story. and you can see why. president obama visiting the city of flint and suggesting this water crisis is just a symptom of a bigger problem. >> sometimes we down play the role that an effective government has it play in protecting the public health and safety of people and clearly the system here broke down. >> back with us now to discuss, chris dire walt and dana perino. thanks for coming back. chris, it was written that this town is a hard bitten industrial town where people are too proud to give up and too poor to matter. is that what happened? >> i grew up in a part of america that is not entirely
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different from flint, michigan. i can say that ron is right about flint and a lot of places in the rust belt in the united states. part of the problem is the insane lying that politicians and both parties have done to people in these communities for generations. to say somehow it's coming back or it's going to get better or just hang on. i have a plan it make it better. because nobody wants to tell the truth. which is, it ain't going to work and you have these failed cities, failed communities, where people keep hanging on to hope for the next big thing and then you see this and realize it is only getting worse. >> dana, who is to blame here? >> first, i think ron fornier, he knows the area and writes about that the system has a failure over and over at the state and possibly federal level. i think the most important thing is the governor said all right, i will take responsibility. let's try to fix this right now. i don't think it should -- that
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the white house should waste another moment deciding whether this is a disaster or not. that distinction allows nor resources to flow to flint immediately and i hope the taxpayers across the nation would say okay this is where we can all come together and dot right thing. >> but now the city manager apparently knew. it is not -- the thing so egregious about this, correct me if i'm wrong is they had knowledge. they knew, chris, there was something wrong with the water and they let the people who were too proud to give up, but too poor to matter continue drinking it. including children. >> look, i will say that an individual -- people have no close, if you're poor and you have no place to go and you don't have resources to move but if you were pouring water into a cup for your child and it stunk and it smelled like sulfur and was roton, would you give that to your child? no. you would revolt. you would march in the street. we've had a lot of
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demonstrations of late in the united states. we've had a lot of demonstrat n demonstrations about justice for this and don't do that and don't say this. people of flint should have been protesting in the streets and demanding their leadership. and may i say this, dana plen mentioned that maybe the epa knew. oh, the epa absolutely knew. they said it was a bureaucratic problem. blah blah blah. they knew and they failed to do their job. they failed to act to protect people. this is the same agency, dad gum it, that claims it should have the power to regulate every facet of human life in this country and cannot keep sul far out of the baby bottles of of children in flint michigan. >> there has been five state and fun federal lawsuit against flint in connection with this crisis and more to come. the question is whether the epa buried this because there is a research who did a water analysis in 2015 that helped
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expose the contamination. they say at the federal level they knew and buried it sp what should happen as a result. who should get fired? where is the accountability going to be besides theroom? >> remember, also, just six months ago that the federal e.p.a. poisoned an entire river in colorado. and i don't think anybody paid a price for that. i think that the first thing, i think, that the president should hopefully be able to say to the city of flint or to the governor somehow these residents are not going to pay for the water. >> in. they are not going to pay for the dirty water. >> that's not happening. at least relieve them of that being on their mind. we don't even have to have a legal dispute about that. >> talk about insult to injury. we have to stay on this. this shouldn't happen in america in 2016. it shouldn't happen. thank you both. >> you bet. >> well, 50 million americans could be in the path of what forecasters are calling a potentially
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fox news weather center for you now. people from virginia to new york are preparing for what forecasters are calling a major and potentially crippling snow storm that could bring several feet of snow, sleet, and power outages. these pictures are coming back from washington, d.c. where the leading edge of the storm has made a mess of the evening commute. and before it is done, the storm is expect to do impact an estimated auto million people along the east coast. rick reichmuth up late for us live in the fox weather center tonight, rick? >> had been b. an inch of snow megan from the storm going through the area today and caused big problems. this is a separate storm. storm we are watching blockbuster storm back here across the central rockies right now. it is moving very quickly at
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this point. it's going to slow down once it gets across parts of the coastal areas. that's why snowfall totals are going to be so big. can you get an idea where we have winter weather advisories all the way down the mid mississippi river valley. tennessee valley, ohio valley. takes a look at this. d.c. to baltimore. the area gets a lot of wind and potentially the cities that see the biggest snow. tomorrow we will have a lot of severe weather across parts of the south, also. be very careful. that could see a few tornadoes. then friday snow here across virginia, back through kentucky. but it's around the 5:00 p.m. area, evening commute in d.c. that the snow starts there that's good news. we're not going to be talking about it happening during the workweek, which will help a little bit. but what we're going to watch here take a look closer across the big cities, all snow for d.c., baltimore, philadelphia. how a & a financial north this goes big impact for new york city and all the people there. these are some of the model $.áu see these big numbers,
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d.c. maybe up around 2 feet of snow, new york a little bit less than that we will have much better idea tomorrow and, of course, we will be keeping you posted right here. >> before i let you go, who is right the europe peeps or the united states in these estimates? >> it is a big battle that goes on >> the europeans aren't exactly known for their conservatism. i don't know if crosses over into weather. >> they have have stronger computer models than we do. more robust computers to ingest and put it out. >> grab the sleds. >> you bet. >> we'll be right back.
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so tune in tomorrow night because we will have senator marco rubio. we will also have rich lower arery who is going to break a big story within the republican party. looking forward to seeing you then. dvr us if you haven't already. i'm megyn kelly. this is the kelly file. welcome to hannity. and tonight the iowa caucuses are just 12 days away and a the rivalry between g.o.p. frontrunners donald trump and senator ted cruz is intensifying. according to the latest real clear politics average the two candidates are neck and neck in the hawkeye state donald trump with it .8% of the vote senator ted cruz behind at 26.6%. here with reaction, 2016 republican presidential candidate texas senator ted cruz. senator, good to see you again. welcome back. >> sean, great to be with you. >> i have got to tell you, this has really become a slug fest in the minds. i have friends that support you. i have friends that support trump, it's

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