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show. ask me a media request and i will respond. back next sunday at 11:00 and 5:00 eastern, with the latest buzz. i am john problems here for chris wallace. the egyptair crash raises new questions of the terror threat in united states airport security. >> groups are intent on attacking the aviation system. >> with the t.s.a. under microscope how will it impact the long lines at airplanes across the country? we will discuss that with homeland security secretary jeh johnson and get reaction from congressman who is chairman of the house homeland security committee, both, only on fox news sunday. >> then, the crash becomes a focal point in the trump and clinton clash on terror. >> she will not use the term "radical islamic terrorism." you understand that. >> we speak with the head of
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donald trump's national security advisory committee, sent jeff sessions it is a fox news sunday exclusive. we will ask our sunday panel about the impact of the n.r.a. endorsement. >> we will elect our next president and america truly will be great again. >> facebook's meeting with conservatives. >> they admitted they have problems because they know they need to fix them. >> all now on fox news sunday. >> hello from fox news in washington, dc, we have if you clues in the crash of egyptaair 804 that killed all 66 people on board as it flew from paris to cairo. we will discuss the impact on safety in american airports, the secretary of homeland security jeh johnson. but, first, a senior foreign affairs correspondent greg palkot is outside paris. what is the latest, greg? >> yes, four days after
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egyptaair 804 took off from this airport, the question remains: what caused the crash? was it mechanical? or was it terrorism? right now there is a massive multinational air and sea search in the mediterranean, off egypt, where the plane went down. a submarine is being sent to comb the sea floor. united states surveillance lanes are involved. debris including parts of the flames, personal belongings, and even human remains, have been recovered. they are being brought back to egypt for analysis but there is no sign of a black box, voice and data recorders. they of course could tell a lot. data was sent from the plan members before the crash and it does indicate smoke, probably fires on board. it starting in the cockpit and spreading to the electronics knocking out the aircraft controls the data does not indicate what caused the fire.
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forms here in france and in egypt continue to say that they are keeping all options open regards the cause. still, there has been no claim of responsibility. for example, from isis. in it was terrorism, some an lives say there could have been a claim by now. finally, in cairo, a memorial to one of the flight attendants on the plane, families of the victims are morning their lost loved one, wherever they are, they came there 12 countries. terrorism or not officials taking no chances. we watched passenger check in at the latest egypt justice department flight, massive security. >> thank you, greg, from france. joining me in washington, dc, the secretary of homeland security secretary jeh johnson. talk about egyptaair 804 in a second but, first, other news to report. and the head of the taliban in
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afghanistan reports he was taken out by an airstrike. did we get him? all the military took a strike, he was the target and at this point we are not kuwait confirmd but it appears likely. in that is true, that is a very positive development. >> how confident are you? >> we are looking into it and at this point it is still unfolding situation. we are not respected to positively confirm he has been killed. >> if he has been taken out, what is the effect on afghanistan? terrorist leaders and taliban leaders are likeds you pull one and another gropes up. >> it is significant because mansur was targeting afghan facilities, and afghan interests and united states interests so if he wasn't, in fact, killed, it would an major development. >> when we will know? >> soon. >> get back to us on that?
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>> someone will. >> egyptaair 804, now, reporting of smoke alarms in the aircraft and one them in the lavatory behind the cockpit and another in the compartment below the cockpit. do we have any idea at this point whether this was mechanical failure or whether it was an act of terrorism? >> investigation is still early. the crash was just a new days ago the debris having found, and the united states navy is participating in the search. we have offered all manner of assistance in regard to the tragedy and at this point we cannot rule out some type of terrorist act but it is still very early and the black box has not been found yet and i suspect we will know a lot more in the coming days the. >> it will tell a story but were you picking up chatter or intelligence suggesting that the flight was a target? >> a it is early in the investigation and we will know more in a few days. >> we are not ruling out
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something nefarious. >> the president said it is too early to tell in it is terrorism and hillary clinton and donald trump are taking a different tact both pointing to terrorism the here is what they said. >> it does appear that it was an act of terrorism, exact how, of course, the investigation will have to determine. >> a plane got gallon out of the sky and in anyone thinks it wasn't blown out of the sky you are 100% wrote folks. okay. >> donald trump is more forceful but both suggesting terrorism is behind this, their we both a little far out? >> a it is early in the investigation and we do not rule out an act of terrorism but it is early and this is a lot still unfolding. >> these are two presidential candidates would made a declaration. issue they wait? >> i have no comment about that. it is safe to say we will know more in the next couple of days.
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>> last bomb to bring down an aircraft was the russian aircraft in share -- the red sea area. >> overseas flights directly from overseas to the united states, we have enhanceed security and it is important for the public to know that every flight, the plane, the cargo, the passengers on a flight bound to the united states has to screened to united states standards. that includes lights on lay over. so, in there is a flight from paris or any other place in the middle east that is coming to the united states, it has to be screened to united states standards and that includes cargo and passengers. >> are you confident that the current screening measures are
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adequate for flights bound for the country and united states carriers? >> am confident we have enhance ed security at the last point of departure airports and we always evaluate whether more is necessary based on world events. another point, donald trump's let -- rhetoric is divisive suggesting his proposal on a been for muslims would only increase terrorist actist but you look at what is going on around the world and in this cup does it not speak to the idea that we need to more stringently vet people who are coming into the country particularly from certain parts of the world and in areas where we have a visa waiver program, such as brussels and greece, which are both places, or belgium and greece both of which are places where a lot of refugees are going do we not need more stringent controls? >> in this environment, which includes prospect of terrorist directed attacks and terrorist
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inspired attack, it requires a government approach, centers around monitoring the travel of suspicious individuals and the prospect of self radicalization. >> is the ban going too far? >> i believe a ban, immigration policy, based on religion is unwise and counter productive, frankly, and we need to build bridges to muslim communities. we feed to build bridges to american muslim communities and i have been out there personal trying to do that as a matter of building homeland security. >> t.s.a., now and i say that the t.s.a. administrator a friend. but how did we get into the mess we are in now with three hour wait periods at places like midway airport in chicago where hundreds are missing flights. >> first of all, in this generallen environment we are we are not again to shortcut aviation security. we are not going to short cut
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aviation security for public safety. going last year when pet took office i gave him a ten-point plan for focusing and refocusing on aviation security and response to the ig report and the administrator has implemented the plan and i said last summer what we were doing would lead to added wait times at airports and that husband -- plus the increased travel which is good for the economy, has led to longer wait times at some of the business of the airplanes. what happened in chicago on monday, frankly, should not have happened, this was a surge and it turn out this past friday we actually had more but we got them through on an average of 30 minutes. we working ace grief ily to build up the t.s.a. workforce to get more of them overtime to convert part time to full time and bring on more k-9s, and we are working with congress now
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for more funding. congress has approved more funding. we are working with the airline. >> how quickly can you dig yourself out of this hole? >> right not own average at the business of the airports, the wait time is conditionally around 30 minutes but we do have spikes. right now, we have authorized more overtime for people and expediting the hiring of 800 and should on by hid june and we are looking at a lot more we need do with the airlines much the airlines can help us with this. >> i want to bring up another point, you were in honduras and el salvador watching the flights coming in. there has been a surge of mexican my grands coming across the border and you gave the dress at georgetown university last night and some people there were not too happy with your immigration policies. i will show that.
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[ inaudible ] >> you that was prior to the appearance of group of 30 undocumented students had written the university president to say that they did not want to you come or giving the commentsment address these are people who are protected under the act your president or the order that your president signs but they are sticking your pentagon neither your eye. what is it about? >> i was in el salvador and honduras to inspecific the resettlement centers and to convey the message that our boarders are not open to illegal migration. if you are come here and are ordered removed we send you back. you correct, there were a few people atia us who made noise but we live in a noisy democracy and they disrupted the event for a few minutes and i went on with my commencement address and the people who are protesting your
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appearance there, are people who are protected under this legislation? all the ones would tried it keep you out, these are people that your administration protected and --. >> you are right. it is absolutely true. we enacted this in 2012 and we are working to expand the possibilities of deferred action for adults and that is at the supreme court right now and we are fighting to defend that policy. >> it is puzzling to me people you have protected would actually... >> it is a wonderful democracy we live in. >> stay around more secretary just in case the chairman said something you want to respond to. we will bring you the chairman of house homeland security committee. mr. chairman what do you know in anything about egyptaair 804 >> clearly, something catastrophic occurred in a very short period of time, these deck
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s, this caused it to spiral down and it crashed into the ocean so many signs do point to terrorism or explosive device on the aircraft. sensors went off and the smoke detectors in the lovetory and the window in the cockpits with breached indicate it may have been blown out. we will not know until we get the black box and all of the confirmation but i am concerned given the high threat environment of where this plane was traveling but cairo where i visited, and tunisia and into paris they just weeded out 70 extremists out of the airport it worries me of the safety of the flights the last point of departure coming into the up. >> no one has claimed responsibility, but could there have been something other than terrorism? >> it could be it could have been a mechanical problem but it happened so quickly i question that. remember, after the red sea it
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took isis 2 1/2 weeks to come out and take credit for that in "beat magazine." so the last departure airports when i visited cairo i was citizen about the state of security, they are not vetting their employees properly and the bigger let is the idea that you can have insider threats, you can have the best technology but if you have an inside job of a worker that has access to the plane that is corrupted or bribed or radicalizeds they can get a bomb on the aircraft and blow it up. i am concerned that is what may is hand. >> the secretary said we have stringent screening processes where lands that are bound for the united states. do you believe the screening processes are adequate giving the poe trillion of what happened to egyptaair 804? >> they are better.
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i applaud the secretary. but we passed two bills in the house of representatives that are sitting in the senate allowing secretary more authorities to go into the last point departure airports and assist with the screening and the technology. cairo airport which is vulnerable not only to an insider type of an attack but, also, the nonmetal i.e.d.s which can get beyond the equipment. they do not have the full body scanners at those airports. >> chairman, the president has said in the past the terrorists are on the written and you state it at george washington university they are not on the run but on the man. is the white house not getting it? >> where think the president got it from the beginning of isis, and he...
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[ inaudible ] in tunisia next to libya with our team in exile or the ambassador in exile they tuesday of the 6,000 isis in libya, libya is failed state and becoming a launching pad for external operations as is the sigh anyway peninsula. [ inaudible ] i am more about external operations conducted by the safe havens that are being created which they can launch external operations in the united states and in aviation security is the biggest threat. >> have said of syria and iraq it is the largest convergence of terrorists in merchandise everyone history. the last big terror stronghold was afghanistan. compare what is going on in syria and iraq to what was going
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on in afghanistan pre-9/11? >> they operated in caves with couriers and primitive operations and new we have a new generation of terrorists that necessity how to use the internet. [ inaudible ] there are the largest converge ensure of foreign firefighters that we have sigh of jay haddist and that is due to the internet. they are expanding their bandwidth in a global jihad movement and that conditions me about the modden day terrorists that we face, is the global, expansion. >> let me ask a question that i asked of the secretary. donald trump is criticized for proposing a temporary ban on muslims until we figure out what is going on and who is coming into to cup s that proposal right or wrong? [ inaudible ]
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>> it has been certified at highest level and unfortunately, the president issued a veto on my bill and i do think that we need to look at vetting from countries of interest that provide the greater terrorist threat to the unwere i have had some very good discussions with mayor giuliani. >> would you go as far as a ban, a temporary ban? >> i don't thing you ban an entire population saying you cannot come and the one of america. what i think you can do is look at specific threats and properly vet the individuals from coming into the u.s. >> do you think banning muslims in a temporary basis would foster more terrorism? >> it would cause in the muslim community, a bit of a backlash and it could help recrewing efforts, certainly, in iraq and syria. i am talking more of a vetting
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process in areas that are high threat areas. >> chairman, thats for being with us, we appreciate that. mr. secretary, anything you want to respond saying the president doesn't get it on isis? >> chairman mccaul is a huge supporter of homeland security and we have taken back with the global coalition a lot of territory that sit used to occupy and taken out a number of leaders including those focused on the single attacks, but we have to keep at it this and stay vigilant and mike is right to be concerned abut the security of airplanes in the region and that is why we have enhanced security at the last point of departure airports in the region. >> thanks for coming in, we appreciate it. next, donald trump wasted in time calling the egyptair crash terrorism and we talk about his endorsement from the
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donald trump m >> donald trump named his supreme court picks and meeting with sharyl attkisson -- henry kissinger, and we have jeff sessions the first senator to endorse donald trump and is the chairman of his national advisory committee. we spent a little bit of time in the airport together the other might and good to see you for a more lengthy. adonald trump wasted in time as we have pointed out labeling what happened to egyptaair 804 as an act of terrorism. there is yet no evidence to suggest that is, perhaps, to
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suggest it is the case but certainly there is no evidence to say that definitive. does he get out there a little too far ahead of himself on this now it afires to be a terrorism act and it was one of those critical flights from paris to justice department where you have a lot people in paris that are part of this international terrorist movement. it has every indication that is what it was. it probably will be found to be true. >> but in it isn't, say, for instance, that it was a mechanical problem and the area is out right now what caused this, is it a remember for someone would wants to be president to 8:00 out with that time of statement to say, in fact, it was terrorism and you think it is anything else you are fooling yourself. >> look, something that undermining our ability to be effective, john, is we are so politically correct that in it
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is not a terrorist attack that is great news, but it probably is, and we should be able to talk about it and take action as soon as possible to deal with those threats and we cannot be in denial. >> donald trump is meeting tomorrow with senator bob corker the head of foreign foreign rels committee and met with henry kissinger and james backer -- bicker, is this a box check on route to budget the president or what is happening in the meetings? >> i don't think this is any doubt that he is enjoying the meeting and there will be more of them. he is focused on being even more prepared but the bake philosophy and approach to national defense and foreign policy is close to the kissinger model. it is realism. caution. being more cautious about how we deploy our men and women in harm's way, and not to be involved in excessive efforts to
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create democracies in countries that are not ready for democracy. i believe that is a legitimate criticism of a recent foreign policy. he is on the right track. i supported president issue and a lot of the activities but most americans believe, correctly, we need to be more cautious in the future about our engagement around the world. >> does he still have more to learn about foreign policy? >> of course we all do i have been on the armed services committee for tenth years and the details are so complex. you have to have the best intelligence you can get. to decide what to commit even a small number of troops is a serious decision that has long-range implications and you have to have the best advise can you get. you don't have to know everything the day you get to office but you have to seek advice from the best people before action is taken.
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>> does donald trump know what he doesn't know? >> he does. he has correct instincts. he believes in peace through strength. he believes in identifying threats that are threats to us. what does it do to america and we respond aggressive to protect america. but, at the same time, we recognize there are limits. we need more support from our allies. they cannot just ride us forever. we have a serious financial challenge in america. we need more support from our allies all of that is found and gaining support from the best mines on some of the issues. >> there are notable republicans at odds with his foreign policy including secretary james baker at a senate hearing said that he believed the foreign policy was based on "ill informed plus december and threats," particularly did not like what he said about nato or the potential for nuclear weapons in japan and south korea and the former secretary of defense bob
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gates came out and said he is not comfortable at the moment at least with donald trump's finger on the nuclear trigger. >> right now? no. the question is, does he moderate his view on national security issues going forward? does he have more informed views about the complexities and challenges of some of the issues and who he chooses as advisors. in all of those things turned out in a positive we, my concern would be significantly reduced. >> senator sessions is secretary gates, does trump need to moderate his views on foreign poll and pick more informed on the complexity of foreign policy? >> secretary gates will find and donald trump will find that as time goes by they are closer to agreement than many would think. secretary gates opposed the
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libyan action. he was correct to do so. but secretary hillary clinton, secretary of state hillary clinton got president obama to participate in the collapse of that government. now we have chaos. gates was correct and clinton was wrong and up trump believed it was a mistake. there are other areas of agreement. donald trump said he would have, early on, a meeting of nato to discuss our common aims and goals and to talk with them about giving more money and sharing more of the costs. as secretary gates has firmly said, they must share more of the cost. they are in agreement. he will said he would meet with our asian allies and discuss the common interests there and calling them to be more participating in the cost. >> we saw each other in louisville there for the n.r.a.'s annual meeting and donald trump got endorsement of the n.r.a. the first time since 1992 or 1996, the earliest, that
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a presidential candidate has gotten endorsement which would indicate, senator, the depth of concern the n.r.a. has about what may happen in november. am i correct? >> that is correct. they are correct. hillary clinton is the most anti-second amendment president we have ever happen. she said again recently that the decision that protects the right of individuals to keep and bear arms was wrong. right now, with the death of justice scalia, and the vacancy on the supreme court, it is 4-4. in she gets in she will appoint someone who changes it, and what that means it is no longer a personal right to have a gun but every city,, and state can completely been firearms in america. this would be the greatest reduction of second amendment rights since the founding of the republic. it is a tremendous issue and
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americans need to understand the extent of her radical position on it. >> of court, donald trump came out with a list of people he would consider for the supreme court earlier in the week, does he have that were of a problem with conservative senators that he has to say six months past election here is would i would appoint to the supreme court if i am president. >> he has said he would do that early on. i think it is his own decision to do so because he wants to establish that his goal for the supreme court is a professional, thoughtful jawist who believes in the classical role of a judge as a neutral umpire not as an advocate for various social policies they may favor and this was a great decision. it has been well received throughout the country. >> be that as it may, senator, it seems he does have to take steps that most presidential candidates don't, to mollify conservatives am i correct in assume that? >> a it certainly has confirmed
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and their beliefs he will nominate good judge because these are really fine names all of them are accomplished. scholarly pack grounds with proven records. that was a resay -- reassuring those who were attacking him. >> you heard that from those people? >> we her it a lot it was part of 9 theme in the campaign donald trump would nominate a liberal judge and he has demolished that argument. >> senator sessions good do visit with you this morning. we will see you at an airport somewhere in in america in the r future. >> and growing support behind donald trump and what would you like to ask the panel. news sunday. we may use your question on the air. what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways
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kirsten powers, and michael needham, and author, juan williams. i was there at n.r.a. meeting and there was a crowd, supposed to be 7,000, but they let another thousand people, at least, in, very enthuseic crowd for donald trump so you have a couple things the you have the n.r.a., very enthusic about him, and the endorsing five months before they have endorsed anyone else. what is gig on? >> it is one of a number signs that donald trump is well on his way to pulling nearly all of the republican part behind him. there will be hold outs and conservatives would were conservatives first and republicans second who will not be reconciled but the supreme court list he put out, the meeting with paul ryan, all of these things are pointing in the same direction: republicans and most conservatives are increasingly ready particularly
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because they so fear the alternative, to backing hillary clinton. thank you is a piece in the "new york times" saying the big donors from the republican part say they are not going to raise money for donald trump and it is like in 2300 when pick said he bought a $1.million house and they wonder how he would support it. >> the n.r.a. has said the reason they did it is to your point, they are trying to take the lead on bringing the party together. they are doing it earlier than they have done it in the past. >> what about the donors on the side lines? >> some will not come around. >> will it matter? >> donald trump has been able to do pretty well without having establishment. in anything it has helped. we going to have to see how much he ends up wanting to spend in the general election. why continuing he can get through a john election as he did with the primary. this are going to be some people, a lot of the people are partisans and i'll logs put --
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ideologues and they will come around when it is clarified it is between donald trump and hillary clinton. look, he is pro gun. >> you now. >> what he is saying is what n.r.a. dreams of like san bernadino shooting. >> longer waiting periods after the president made the speech saying --. >> that is a statement of where the democrat party, absolutely hopeless when it comes to defending second amendment rights and hillary clinton is running to the left of bernie sanders business on issue and everything brit hume has said is true but on the issue of gun control, hillary clinton vs. donald trump, the is taking their chances on donald trump and what are the issues on the supreme court? it will give conservatives confidence. >> he comes out with 11 people who would put on it, don't worry, conservatives, i'm with you? he seeps like he has to go to
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from lens. thank you was a great gesture, donald trump is saying, where is hick he's list? and later that night he said maybe i will add to the list and this great moment with donald trump and conservatives and it is getting a question mark, so that causes some people saying this is shrewd how you make deals and how you negotiate and others say, wait, that is erratic, does he noon it and the challenge for donald trump is to find the issues, give conservatives confidence and convince those people would look at question mark, a erratic behavior and say we make them comfortable and make them come over and join the coalition. >> juan he has groups behind him, and conservatives but you look at the fox news latino poll on his thanks, the leaders say they willing to talk to him, look at this, hillary clinton 62%, and donald trump 23% and 39-point lead and that is four
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points less than what mitt romney got in 2012. is he dead in the water because of that number? >> it hours. we saw this in terms of what the republican national committee said after 2012, the number you showed for mitt romney, his people said if we had done better with latinos we might have had a better chance. you look at the reality there is a growing latino population, more influence in key states and you could go at colorado, nevada. >> does it kill him in florida? >> it hours badly but it also hurts in states where you may not initially register the presence of latinos: virginia, ohio, pennsylvania. these are states that donald trump would lick to blip and things he can by getting more blue collar white voters concerned with trade. right now with the numbers, he has a major problem and it is not going away. a final point on republicans behind trump, mitt romney is not among them and you will notice
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he is saying, where are the taxes, and you look at people like ted cruz, kasich, marco rubio, i don't see them standing up, yet, and of course paul ryan has yet. >> if we look at the results in west have have which may not translate across the country but it could translate in pennsylvania and ohio and kentucky or maybe michigan, where a number of bernie sanders supporters say we are doing to vote for donald trump, could he make up for the deficit in hispanics by pulling democrats. that is the question and in a way it is a premise of the donald trump campaign, that you can make up the shortfall you going to have with minority andth knick voters and wraps, to some extent, with women, with blue collar white voters mostly men. as a marts of math it is tough but not impossible. the question is, will he be able to improve his numbers of 62% to
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23% unfavorable among hispanics. i thought the number would be worse, frankly, he is not that far behind romney. they did badly but my guess is that donald trump will try to find a way to reach out to hispanics and maybe he can hold the clinton margins or whoever ends up with the margins down there and that could be enough. >> can he pull democrats and win back hispanics? >> it is going to be hard to pull democrats with a lot of the democrats, these were hillary clinton voters in 2008 when she was run against president obama but now she is moved to the left and she is losing some of the voters because of bernie sanders but she pulls back at the general election possibly, and you have to remember, also, there are different types of voters, democrat voters the younger brothers despise donald trump with between 70% and 80%. >> 57% from the "washington post" poll. it is frankly because of the
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political correctness issue, a generation that does not like political incorrectness and that is one of his hallmarks. the others can stay home or potentially vote for hillary clinton out of dislike. >> a we will talk about the democrats and the or side because it is a different kettle of fish. what is going on with bernie and the ahead of the democratic convention party? this is brad. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... hey brad, wanna trade the all day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain,
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>> absolutely committed to doing more than my part but bernie sanders has to do his part. >> we will continue to fate for every last vote until june 14 and then we will take our fight into the convention.
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>> hillary clinton calling on bernie sanders to help unify the democratic party while sanders said high will campaign aggressively in the final stretch to june 7. back with the panel, fox news has offered to host the d debate in california and bernie sanders said yes, and social media question from facebook we asked would it be to her advantage to success? she said the nomination is already her why risk the chance? and another said on twitter, no reason for hillary clinton to we debate, bernie is done. why not agree? >> you have a point, why see how before any can possible claim a nomination at this point. hillary clinton is 90 delegates of outright winning and here is the point. this is pay per view material, like a great matchup that would appeal to bernie sanders supporters who are still a little uneasy with hillary
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clinton, to independent, republicans, the general electorate in she is looking to go against donald trump what an opportunity for a large audience right before california, it is a winner for her you think of donald trump and the tremendous media presence, this is an opportunity for hillary clinton to take advantage of the moment before she has to go against trump. >> who does it play to better hillary clinton or bernie sanders? in she trips with a week to go until california? >> obviously she does notant a devicive debate she should do it and it is unfortunate when the shoe is on the other foot in may of 2008 she said president obama needs to agree to adebate a 90 minute debate like lincoln and douglas when president obama was the front arer and maybe fox news could hold a 90 minute debate goon hillary clinton and bernie sanders. ayou what is going on with shut
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-- with shut schultz and bernie sanders, saying if he becomes president he will do a donald trump and say you are fired. this is not a vice, he has been another odds with shut schultz since sin -- debbie wasserman-schultz since the primary because the supporters accuse the dnc of picking sides and setting up the debates in a way to favor hillary clinton having them on weekends or holidays where no one is going to watch the debate to try to minimize the exposure. >> is she laying fair? >> i don't think so. i have written a column criticizing her and the dnc and bernie sanders campaign has said she is the problem. they have found work with the dnc to be okay but she has clearly picked her horse and has been backing that horse and trying to pretend she is a fair arbiter of the situation. she is not. >> and democratic activist and greens job czar said "ashamed of
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debbie wasserman-schultz," and wishes reince priebus was running the debate. >> interesting contrast because there is criticism of reince priebus being too susceptible to donald trump and helping to pave the way for him and reince priebus basically has been neutral. debbie wasserman-schultz has not been neutral. she clearly has been for hillary clinton but she insists publicly she neutral and sanders has a legitimate" and of course the delegate rules which she is a symbol, certainly favor hillary clinton because of the super delegate presence which is so important in the democratic race. my sense is it is a double standard. presence residence is criticized for doing what everyone wishes dr. micahel schulenberg was doing on the democratic side. >> looking back at what happened last saturday, and in nevada, and at the convention, bernie sanders supporters thought they remaining treated unfairly and were throwing chairs and were threatening the republican, they
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were threatening the democratic nevada chair. in this were donald trump supporters what would the their different in the media have been? >> it would have been larger but it is not to say this was ignored. it has gotten at the love attention. >> i remember an article that said bernie sanders supporters send a message to the democratic party. >> this is the heart and soul of the i know tad devine running sanders campaign said he does not like the idea of people talking about the violence so largely and even the threats against the democratic party chair in nevada as a result but they did happen and i think there's a sense among democrats and what's been interesting to me even on left wing democrats that sanders at this point is soaking grievance and anger against the party. we heard kerstin talking about anger at debbie wasserman-schultz.
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if you try to unify the democrats the way the republicans are unifying, this is a big problem and that's why at this point, i you see left wg organizations and media outlets, mother jones and the like saying, hey, maybe bernie is taking this too far and it's about bernie and not defeating donald trump. >> this isin more like a family spat in the media at large and if this was donald trump's supporters, don't you think we'd bebe seeing things about donald trump inciting violence? >> no question about it, there's a double standard in the media but every bit much on the independentside and and like hillary clinton, almost the last person on the face of the planet you'd want to put forth in this environment. she's been about enriching herself and friends through her public service. you look at what's going on on the clinton foundation. anti-establishment moment and you found the most clearly
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establishment managing director at goldman sachs when she talks to us, she sounds like she's a managing director. couldn't find a worse person for this moment and the ones the democrats are likely to put up. >> gary johnson polled 10%. >> that was amazing. >> 42% for donald trump and pulls evenly, he seems, from bothth parties. could he potentially be a player here? >> that is a surprise but also less of a threat. usually a third party candidate is a problem when they pull for one or the other. >> that's when he becomes that. >> bernie sanders, some of this, i think it's been exaggerated and i think we're out of time. >> no. >> actually, the data, nobody threw any chairs and somebody picked up a chair and put it down. i think a lot of the media has been hard onn them and exaggerated what has happened.
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i think they were upset and angry but nobody was in any danger.o there was no actual violence. we've got something to dig on. when we come back, a new documentary on anthony weiner. the time and impact of her campaign. lock time hillary clinton aides, could the timing impact her >> this is the worst documentary of my scandal. you don't let anything keep you sidelined. that's why you drink ensure. with 9 grams of protein and 26 vitamins and minerals. for the strength and energy to get back to doing... ...what you love. ensure. always be you.
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can't believe i gave the press the finger. >> a new film detailing anthony wein weiner's run for mayor. the sexting scandal forced him to resign from congress but right-hand woman now. >> every time i hear about anthony weiner, who seemed to fade but back again, i think of the jay leno comment years ago when whitey bulger, the boston mob guy, he thought bulger was anthony weiner. >> she maintains a close relationship.
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>> i don't think so. it's a personal issue. i don't think it will hold her accountable for the behavior of her husband and hillary is so loyal to her. it's just impossible to see it harming her. >> this thing looks like a hollywood comedy along the lines of "wag the dog" or could be a great movie. >> i think it also shows the democratic party. on the one hand, you have the intellectual core. people way to the left of the center of the united states and then you have these other people who are just called a personality. cory booker, on twitter, the intellectual core of the party with the progressive left. >> any effect on the clinton campaign? >> you've got to remember, the women's issue is large in this campaign between trump and clinton. does this impact it? it's a good documentary. could it hurt hillary clinton with women? >> that's all the time. thank you for joining us today. chris will be back.
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we'll see you next fox news sunday. developing in political news at this hour. the divide in one party growing as supporters are suing over widespread confusion in the primary race and the other party, what could be an epic movement toward coming together? i'm harris faulkner. this is the report. here's how it is playing out. a short time ago, a new sign the gop is combining forces to back donald trump. reports of south carolina senator lindsey graham who has had a long public spat with trump is privately telling others in the party in a fundraiser to support the presumptive nominee. graham's press secretary will only confirm graham was there and no change in the senator's

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