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harris, well, it has been fun. [laughter] all right. stay right here for "outnumbered overtime" on the web. we'll continue all this talk on click on the "overtime" tab. we're back here tomorrow at noon eastern. "happening now" starts right now. wrapping up his meeting. we are waiting on the details on what the move is all b. >> jumping out of the car and all we knew to do. >> more tornados send americans running for their lives. >> ten twisters and widespread damage. where the system is now? a husband threatens to kill himself after eating candy laced
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with marijuana and turns the gun on his wife. >> three young children heard the gunshots that killed their mother. and now a ground breaking lawsuit and who its targeting. the ohio mom and a wild chase. what made them back off. it is all "happening now". but we begin with new efforts by republicans to rally the party behind donald trump after he wraps up two more primary victories. welcome to this hour of "happening now". >> house speaker paul ryan is set to meet with mr. trump on capitol upon hill. the speaker saying that the meeting is important to them because the party can't pretend it is unified.
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on the democratic side. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are campaign nothing upcoming primary states. bernie sanders won west virginia. mrs. clinton holding an know event in dell great rich new jersey. clinton is poiseed to clinch the nomination. >> 2383 delegates needed to win. 143 delegates away from that number. we have live team coverage and mike emmanuel is following the race from new jersey and we have john roberts on capitol hill. >> reporter: we got here early because tomorrow's meeting with paul ryan is hottest ticket in town and the trump campaign down playing the meeting.
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they don't expect paul ryan to endorse donald trump but hope to make progress. they have problem with the other's agenda. there are things about p ryan's agenda that trump doesn't like. but they do stress there are point of commonity. desire to get jobs and lower taxes. o'rielly asked trump if trump thought paul ryan will fall in line? >> no, i don't think fall in to line is the right words. i think he loves the party and country and wants to see something good happen and we will do better if we are unified. paul ryan would like to have a republican in the white house. he wants to maintain the house majority. there are 60 seats up for grabs.
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he wants to make sure he doesn't endorse anyone that jeopardizes the races. there is agreement on jobs and fixing the economy and lowering taxes, paul ryan has serious problems with donald trump. his proposed ban on muslims and how trump was slow in denouncing support from kkk director david duke. >> these are conversations. i don't really know him. i met him once in person in 2012 and we had a good conversation in march on the phone. we need to get to know each other and we as a leadership team are enjoying the fact being we can meet with him. >> the best for donald trump would be if paul ryan would come out and support him. what trump is hoping for short of that is an agreement to work together for the future and keep
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talking. jon? >> john roberts on capitol hill for us. thank you. on the democratic side bernie sanders is keeping his presidential hopes alive with a big win over hillary clinton. he is hitting the campaign trail in montana where he is holding a rally. hillary clinton is campaigning today and takeneding an event in blackwood, new jersey and we'll cover that live. and let's check in with mike emmanuel right there with us now. hi, there, mike? >> reporter: latest polling suggest that hillary clinton has a healthy lead in the garden state. she is not taking chances. clinton back on the campaign trail after a tough loss in west virginia. her campaign seems ready to write off oregon as being bernie
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sanders country and next primary state was kentucky where hillary clinton took aim at donald trump. >> i have been so concerned about the reckless talk coming from donald trump. i have to tell you, it is a long list now that he throws things out. and people say maybe he doesn't really mean it. when you are running for and serving as president. you better moan what you say. >> reporter: bernie sanders is feeling good after his latest wins in indiana and west virginia. sanders out west trying to rally support in oregon and will also be in montana later this afternoon. sanders is trying to drive turn out out west and talking about with donald trump and the democratic convention this sum isser. >> our message to the democratic delegates that will be
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assembling in philadelphia will while we may have many disagreements with with secretary clinton. there is one area we agreement that is we must defeat donald trump. >> reporter: we expect hillary clinton to be here any time in new jersey. you can get philadelphia media attention with pennsylvania being a prize in the general election, heather? >> mike, thanks. donald trump appears to be torn on how to proceed with his campaign. he calls for party unitty and as a duty to continue his provocative ways and doesn't necessarily have to unite the party to win the election. the headline in new york times. donald trump bucking calls to unite and man dating to be
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provocative. but p mr. trump's choices, he had a man date to be a fiery popullist outsider and build support through world of mouth rather than a mellower and more inclusive approach that congressional republicans will meet with him on thursday. we'll talk to kristin anderson, a columnist for the republican examiner. and we have a former director for the dnc and spokesman for hillary clinton's campaign and director of the georgetown university politics and public policy. welcome to both of you. kristin, so donald trump needs to be provocative and doesn't need to unite the republican upon party to win. what do you think about that advis? >> republicans start out in a disadvantage like pennsylvania
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and ohio, where republicans need every vote they can get and then some in order to be competitive. and democrats come in the general election with a big advantage that could help hillary clinton get to 270. republicans need to keep their own party and bring in new voters. donald trump is finding it may be difficult to do both of those at the same time. >> mo, i suppose you would like to see mr. trump not to unite the republican party? >> i think we are seeing it now. does he need to unite the republican party to win? he managed to not unite and win the nomination. i think the majority of the votes were cast against you. and the question is what does provocative mean?
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is it okay to pick fights with the establishment? sure. most voters are not thrilled with the establishment either. but i would be careful, he needs grassroots activist to come out and knock on on doors. where he doesn't need to be provocative is picking fights with whole groups of voters. and comments about african-american or women or hispanics, there he is helping the democratic party and hillary clinton campaign. and he does need to stop that if he is going to bring people together to bring a winning coalition. >> the dance with paul ryan is interesting. trump has a man date from voters and ryan has his vision for republicans. this is what ryan had to say about trump in an interview with
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with jerry with the wall street journal. we have to be a party that is broad and inclusive. all right. we have it on on tape. i'm sorry. >> we have to be a party that is broad and inclusive and apply the principles and offering the country better solutions and actually appeals to it independents and disaffected democrats, we are capable of doing that. donald trump brought a lot of democrats and independents in the primaries and so the seeds are there. the question is can we reap the harvest. >> glass half full strategy. trump brought a lot of people in the party and energized the voters. >> it is a game of addition and subtraction. for every disaffected democratic voters and white working class person in coal country and looks at hillary clinton and said no thanks. is that counterbalancing if you
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are using a young voter? it is it i popullist message, i am fighting for you. and that energized a lot of people who haven't upon heard a message like. that it is addition and subtraction. is that enough to counterbalance the people he is losing? >> there are states mo, that are in play this time around. pennsylvania, hillary clinton right now is leading donald trump by one percentage point according to the poll just out. similar story in florida, hillary clinton leads by just one point and in ohio, clinton is the one who is behind, four points behind trump. all of these lies in a margin of error. but essentially they are tied right now. mo, what do you say.
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>> according to this one poll. it is an out liar in this point in time. donald trump is beginning general election with the highest unfavorable rating. he is the least liked major party nominee in the history of polling, that is remarkable and a huge hurdle to overcome. having said that, that does not mean democrats should take it for granted. hillary clinton will be starting off in a good place. donald trump is starting behind the eight ball. he is tapping in to something and our nation is pole polarized. my old team can't take it for granted. and there is a lot of disa affected voters who will be attracted to donald trump. and hillary clinton needs to speak to them with a message
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that she had their back. >> hillary clinton is paying attention to the quinn ia c poll and listed those numbers that i read. look, this is really close and tight. you got to help me out. kristin, i will give you the final word on how they approach the election. >> were it not for donald trump. hillary clinton would have the highest unfavorables. we have a frustrated electorate that is not in love with either of the options. that makes the race volatile. and four years ago, romney was viewed positively at this point and on election day. this is an unusual election. normally we kind of like the people running for the president. no one can take anything to for granted. >> maybe we'll warm to bofth
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them by november. thank you both. >> and joe biden, what he is saying about donald trump and hillary clinton. and isis shocking the world and taking over a major iraqi city. a terrorist strong hold.
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james clapper said he doesn't believe that the u.s. forces will help retake mosul any time soon. >> reporter: james clapper for six years has overseen 17 different u.s. intelligence agencies for the president. he famously admitted in september of 2014, that the intelligence community underestimated isis. he like the president said the u.s. can't fix the middle east. and in a wide ranging interview with the washington post, he predicted that the u.s. will fight isis for decades and dampening the expectations of iraq retaking mosul. we kill a lot of their fighters and we will retake mosul. it will not happen in this manager. in baghdad today, a car bomb by p isis killed 63 people and wounding dozens in a mostly
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shiite muslim neighborhood. the leader on the ground forces in iraq echoed clapper's concern. the iraqi army is stretched. >> it will get harder to get to mosul. as you saw ramadi. it took six months to get that city cleared. they have been in mosul for two years, and as you know, mosul is three times larger than ramad i. >> reporter: the figure the pentagon used to declare how much territory isis lost is 40 percent and remained the same since december. >> clapper predicting we will fight isis for decades. thank you, jennifer. senator bernie sanders racks up a win in west virginia but hillary clinton holds a huge
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right now bernie sanders is keeping up the pressure on hillary clinton. sanders defeating mrs. clinton in west virginia. she holds a huge lead in the delegate count. she is holding an event in the community college in blackwood, new jersey in a primary. what is the sanders game plan?
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sheer is the communication director. garland nixon is democratic strategist and radio talk show host. what is it for bernie? >> he is working to maintain the coalition that president obama built up. i think there is a lot of people in the party that are concerned that hillary clinton is upsetting the demographic of young people. and that if the party loses them. that could cause trouble and e-mail servers and hillary recently starting to take a dive in the polls, there is a concern that we get to the convention and sanders may be the only viable option. >> you are serious that could happen? >> it is a possibility. if that e-mail server investigation goes south or as i
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said, if p bernie stays within a hundred delegates or so and second clinton is 5 or 10 points behind donald trump. there is a strong case to be made for bernie sanders. >> ian it was supposed to be hillary clinton's year to be corinated the nominee, and the upstart senator socialist from vermont was a annoyance and novelty candidate and all of the sudden, he is coming on strong and he is a treat to her? >> i agree with garrand. he won 20 states to hillary. and only 286 delegates down in the delegate count and he has two states. ken 67 and oregon. and the math is daunting because
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of the super delegates. her lead will go up. and can bernie trade space for time and hope that something coming out with the fbi investigation where hillary or top lieutenant pleads guilty or indicted to an offense on the e-mail. and if that is the case he goes in the case to super delegates and said she is toxic. i am your best option and only guy that can win and that's the path to the nomination. he didn't want to talk about p the dam e-mails. but that might be his hail mary. >> on another network they asked him. >> the negatives about her is built up by donald trump hammering away at her and up until now, he's not gone after you as much. and you are fighting. >> andrea.
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we have had to take on the entire democratic establishment. we had to take on senators and governors and mayors and members of congress. that's what we have taken on. and please don't moan to me about hillary clinton's problems. >> he doesn't have sympathy. garland, how do you see it? >> i think there is a lot of validity to what bernie said. he wrote to the dnc about his issues about the convention tilted to hillary clinton. it is cements his position as outsider and what he is saying is valid and certainly something struggling against a dnc, in which the chair of the dnc is a former chair of hillary clinton's campaign in 2008.
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and he feels slighted a bit p. >> in the meantime, another democrat weigh nothing and hillary clinton versus donald trump. we are talking about joe biden who many thought would get in the race himself. >> i think he is underestimated from the beginning. but i think it is very early. but i think what is going to happen here, the constant attack coming from republican side, the sort of vitriol that is pouring out. i don't think it will wear well over the next several months. i feel confident that hillary will be the nominee and next president. >> the vice-president was not mincing words saying he would have been the best option and president p if he had run. but the timing was not right because of the recent death of his son beau. >> i had planned on running.
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it is an awful thing to say. i think i would have been the best president, but it was the right thing, not just for my family, but for me. >> i would have been a best president. that is a back handed compliment. what do you make of that? >> joe biden says what is on his mind and doesn't mince words. he is looking at the two democrats and sees a flawed candidate in hillary clinton that the majority of the country doesn't like or trust and outpacing barely bernie sanders who no one had heard of. and saying i could have done a better job than this. and between the 74-year-old social sanders and crook krood hillary clinton i think joe biden would have been better than those two. >> is he out of the race? >> yeah, he has to let it play
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out. you don't get to be vice-president or president without having a significant eg. i would expect him to feel he was the bechlt >> does he have the fire in the belly, we'll see, maybe not. thank you. >> during the first hour of "happening now", we reported that former hillary aide patrick kennedy was interviewed by the fbi and that is correct. but we showed a picture of former congressman patrick kennedy instead of the one who was questioned by the fbi. we apologize for that mistake. >> a rare briefing taken by james come that's is coming up next. real cheese people know
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>> the director of the fbi, james come holding a pen and pad briefing with reporters. on the list of topics. the hillary clinton e-mail server and the fight against isis. catherine herridge just came out and joins us live in washington in the fbi headquarters. e-mail and investigation first. what did he have to say? >> reporter: the fbi director said in the outset he would not talk about pending investigation.
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fox news asked him if he conducted a security inquiry, that's the term mrs. clinton used to describe the fbi. critics say it is an effort to down play the security. and director comy said i don't know what that is. we do investigations here in the fbi. we asked him to address concerns, largely among government employees who hold security clearance and told fox news, if we did a fractions of what mrs. clinton and aides had done we would be in prison. director comey. said in this case there would be no special set of rules for anyone under the fbi investigation, jon. >> so the investigation obviously goes on. and with elsewhere were you able to ask him? >> the other main headlines was
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with isis. the fbi assesses isis as a prand power lost luster with recruits in the united states. in early 2015, they were seeing americans travel to iraq and that number drops to one a month. they believe the brand name of isis on social media is tarnished once people understand what life is like in the caliphate. the other major headline was on the increasing number of homicides in major u.s. centers. this is a number that continues to rise. they are not clear on why that is. and doesn't seem to be geogravy and other factors. mrs. clinton's explanation and security inquiry is unknown to the fbi director.
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he's not going to be tethered to a time line. he wants it done well rather than promptly and also on isis and homicides in this country. >> a lot of pressure on the shoulders of the head of the fbi. catherine herridge, thank you. a series of dangerous storms pummelling the country. in kentucky, a tornado touching down in a car dealership. ten people were injured and then in texas, torrential rains giving away to flash flooding and powerful winds ripped trees. and parts of that state bracing for severe weather. rick, how are things looking? >> meteorologist: it is the peek of tornado season in may and we'll see more activity and along with that tornado comes
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wind, hail and rain. we had so much flood nothing texas. this is the last 24 hours. yesterday's tornados. it was not there in areas of nebraska as well. this is the last 24 hours of the radar loop. we'll see the next batch move in here in areas of missouri and illinois. we have severe weather approaching st. louis right now. we have a severe thunderstorm watch and a tornado or two spin up in this. and there is concern for hail and strong winds. right now, getting ready to the st. louis area. this is the first line of storms that moves through and another line move through later on in the day. a primary severe threat. and point out areas of the carolinas to virginia as well with a threat of severe weather. this is strong winds and hail as it moves through. we could see a tornado in part ps of illinois.
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that is the bull's eye. first line of storms that moves through. and then the next line of storms moves through illinois and bigger chance to see tornados and take a look at this to texas, big storms that could bring localized flash flooding again, heather. >> thank you, rick, so much. >> you bet. now a fox business alert. mitsubishi motors said the fuel efficiency scandal might be bigger than thought. the automaker are admitted exageerated the gas mileage. but it may have impacted all japanese models. it is not effecting cars sold outside of japan. it could cost a billion dollars. a wild police chase to tell you about. this car raced through lights.
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she grabs her kids and runs. and police gave up the chase because the child was in the vehicle. >> new information on what could be the first of its kind lawsuit against the marijuana industry. christine kirk was shot to death in her colorado home. her husband richard kirk is charged with first-degree murder. richard had consumed edible marijuana and acting erratically and jumping in and out of the windows. chris tone called 911 and said she was terrified. the young sons heard the shot that killed their mother. richard kirk is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity. and now a lawsuit that claims businesses should have told him about potential side-effects. the lawsuit was filed on behalf
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of the children by their grandchildren. >> it is the hardest thing for us to not be able to give them one thing they want most and that's their mother back. >> for more on this, we'll bring in eric who is a criminal defense attorney and we'll start with you. can manufacture and store be held legally liable for this? >> it will be difficult to hold them liable. the family had to prove that this edible marijuana is the only reason that caused him to do this. in order to prove causation, he took the marijuana and that's the only reason he killed this lady is going to be a stretch. it is it like blaming someone without proof. >> what if, tom, no history of disputes and marital problems and all of the sudden, a person takes this and goes nuts?
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>> people have sudden episodes. it is sadly so common that the law recognizes that as a defense. they can be brought out by medication like zoloft and recreational drugs like marijuana and see forth. and sometime its just happens. it is tough for the plaintiffs because they have to show all of the variety of reasons to bring on the psychotic episode. was it marijuana? >> he pled not guilty. >> everybody pleads not get. >> you plead not guilty in order for the prosecution to prove their case. you don't say i am get of this. you want to go to trial and this man raising a special defense of insanity. >> who is at fault? is it his fault? is it personal responsibility or the manufacturer and store.
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they are not labelled as dangerous at the time. >> it may be a little bit of each. and partly with the state of colorado. they are sovereignty and you can't sue them. i bring it up all of the time. every once in a cocktail party they say if we legalize drugs, it would be no problem. it is legal. you watch a commercial for mylanta and you see all of the side-effects. you tell them you need a prescription for heart burn relief. but walk in to a glorified candy store and buy marijuana and no labels and it is ludicrous. and the state of colorado, before they took the stance, we are going to make recreational marijuana legal. they should have thought it through and warn people. >> there will be much more
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litigation with cases like. this people are trying to shift the blame from one person to another. it is it similar to a person drinking a case of budweiser and drinks and drives, you can't sue the manufacturer. >> but you can sue the bartender who over sued you? and there is an argument that you could sue the store. >> it was a marijuana shop. what is the difference. >> he left it. and he was not intoxicated at the time he purchased which is the dram shot law. it is a law to protect people who are injured by someone who is drinking and driving. the bartender should have stopped serving the person alcohol. but in this case he bought it and left. it is important to note cht levels are high and potent. and they give you a lot of stuff and people tend to eat more.
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>> and income food is dangerous for people. they don't know what they are getting and the conitration. >> he kept popping candy and didn't know. >> my mom lives there and hearing stories about children and animals doing that. >> cigarette companies got trouble with using a camel on the box and appeals to kids. >> eric and tom, thank you so much. good debate and good for parents to know. well, it is on its way down. the spacex dragon completed its mission, now it is on its way home from the space station and expected to make a dramatic arrival. ...clear for take off. see ya! when you're living with diabetes. steady is exciting. oh this is living baby!
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hello, everyone. the trump veep stakes. he says it is now five to six candidates. plus, donald trump says it is inappropriate to take taxpayer money to the campaign. so how about the cash that he will need to go against hillary clinton? we'll talk to his money man. also the former cia director michael hayden and new york knicks star carmelo anthony. what do they have in common? we'll tell you on "the real story" moments away. stay with us. well, after a month in space, the spacex dragon capsule expected back on earth in a dramatic landing a short time from now. it is on its way back after delivering supplies to the international space station. live in our miami bureau with that, phil?
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>>? just about ten minutes, the spacex dragon cargo ship should we gin its dior bit burn and start entering our atmosphere for a splashdown almost exactly one hour from now. earlier tim peak with the european space agency released the spacex cargo ship from the big canada arm 2 and ever so gently the dragon floated away. the ship launched from cape canaveral last month which turned into a historic launch for spacex because it became the first time it finally landed its rocket back down and upright on its landing barge out in the atlantic. incidentally, just last friday spacex did it again in the early morning after launching a satellite bringing its falcon 9 rocket all the way perfectly down. so, two in a row for spacex and reusable rockets. today's returning dragon is coming home with 3,700 pounds of cargo, including a lot of samples from ongoing human and
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biological research up in space. as well as 1,000 test tubes of blood, urine and saliva from scott kelly, the famous astronaut who's now back on earth, all part of nasa's landmark year in space study. the b in two weeks it will inflate into the size of a small apartment like a big balloon blowing up over 45 long minute. it is a test to see if expandable habitats will work in space and for nasa's long-range plans here like going to mars, living spaces for astronauts is absolutely critical. you need to have it cheap, you need to have it easy. and if this kind of technology works they could shoot it all up on one rocket. >> let's hope it does. cool stuff. we'll be right back.
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i accept i'm not 22 i accept i do a shorter set these days. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but i won't play anything less than my best. so if there's something better than warfarin, i'm going for it. eliquis. eliquis reduced the risk of stroke better than warfarin, plus it had significantly less major bleeding than warfarin... eliquis had both... that's what i wanted to hear.
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don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to, as stopping increases your risk of having a stroke. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. while taking eliquis, you may bruise more easily... ...and it may take longer than usual for any bleeding to stop. seek immediate medical care for sudden signs of bleeding, like unusual bruising. eliquis may increase your bleeding risk if you take certain medicines. tell your doctor about all planned medical or dental procedures. i accept i don't play quite like i used to. but i'm still bringing my best. and going for eliquis. reduced risk of stroke plus less major bleeding. ask your doctor if switching to eliquis is right for you.
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thanks, everybody, for join is us today. >> great to be with you. >> martha is in for gingriretch "the real story." it starts now. hello, everybody. republican lawmakers gearing up ahead of a critical meeting tomorrow between house speaker paul ryan and the presumptive presidential nominee, donald trump, on capitol hill. this is "the real story." so their meeting comes as speaker ryan hesitates to throw his support completely behind donald trump saying that they need to sit down first and make sure that everyone is on the same page. >> to pretend we're unified without actually unifying, then we go into the fall at half strength. this election is too important to go into an election at half strength. that means we need a real unification of our party which, look, after a tough primary that's going to take some effort. we are committed to putting that effort in. i want to be a part of that unifying process so that


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