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again thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly, please remember that the spin stops right here. definitely looking out for you. exclusive new pictures just in to the kelly file from the all out chaos on the campaign trail. with less than two weeks to go before the last big primary contests, angry demonstrators directed at donald trump and his supporters. earlier today, mr. trump took his message to the people of california. where he was greeted by about 150 protesters. while it started out peacefully, a handful of people are in custody after rock throwing and attacks on innocent passersby. last night it was even worse.
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a terrifying display in albuquerque, new mexico. anti-trump forces erupted, burning american flags, attacking folks as they went to hear mr. trump. we just got this video shot by a vet who attended last night. >> i'm sorry. [ bleep ]. >> i'm sorry. [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> what are you did -- [ bleep ]. >> get out of here you drunk [ bleep ]. >> that protester cursing the crowd and trump. it's believed he's the same man spotted holding a sign f trump free el chapo who reportedly threatened trump's life.
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even a man in a wheelchair was not off limits. he was grab bed had water throw on him, he was not amused. >> these people have no clue what goes on i guess. >> from there, things only got worse. protesters rammed the barricades, jumped on cop cars, they took their anger out on innocent animals. take a look, the crowd's spooking one horse so badly, it backed up and then fell to the ground. look at this when it did, the protesters cheered. we hear the horse is fine, as is the officer on it. but the mob was not done yet. they were spotted shoving dumpsters into horses and police officers. they set fire to shirts with the
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american flag on them. and hurled rocks at police who finally had enough of that and called in reinforcements. eventually using smoke to disperse the crowd. >> good evening, megan, the level of violence in anaheim, didn't rise to what we saw last night in albuquerque. we did end up with more arrests. donald trump had a rally here around noon at the anaheim convention center. a number of protesters were outside. after the rally, they stuck around. at first law enforcement let them stay peaceful. they wanted to stick around, there were a number, several dozens that had their faces covered who seemed intent on creating some kind of violent situation. members of law enforcement continued to tell them they had formed an unlawful protest, if they did not disperse they would be arrested. that's when a wall of officers,
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many of whom were mounted on horseback, started to push the protesters down the street. they were kicking cars, throwing rocks, lighting trash cans and clothing on fire. at one point the officers seemed to have enough. they picked out individual protesters, broke through their own line, arrested them and pulled them back behind the line. eight people were arrested. a lot of this played out a block from disneyland where a flub of families could actually see this on top of roller coasters, they could see all of this playing out, as they were trying to enjoy their thursday afternoon as the arrests played out. it's not an issue, that's just going to -- you're going to see here in southern california or new mexico. this is something that members of law enforcement are going to have to keep in mind, they're going to have to strategize against moving forward possibly all the way up to november. megan? >> thank you. >> i want to bring in our panel
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now david wohl, francisco hernandez. and mark fuhrman, a former lapd homicide detective. this is unbelievable. you've been at a trump rally in the not too distant past where you saw similar behavior. you're attacking cops on horses and out of hand. >> they're organized violent extremists, who think they can threaten, harass trump supporters. what they're doing is they're galvanizing and energizing trump supporters more than they can imagine. trump's movement is high energy. reality is, the anti-trump movement, the bernie and hillary supporters are intrans again
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thes, and if you don't like what we have to say, we're going to spree property, injury innocent people. it's going to continue. but prav vow to anaheim pd for doing a great job. >> go ahead. >> come on, guys. >> anyone who's worked in movement organizing, knows there's three trains of thought, there's the models that deal with organizing, training. you don't want to do anything that distracts from the message. these protesters are not organized by professionals, i don't know who they are. it's questionable to see where their funding is coming from. it smells fishy to anybody who is on any side of the organizing efforts, because it is mob mentality. there's an old line that violent uprisings give power to
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dictators. anyone who's worked in this space of movement building knows very well, these people who are being violent are not part of the effort for peace. >> they're helping donald trump. >> they're helping donald trump. >> this is shark tank gone out of control. i don't put it past donald trump to have a bunch of unwitting protesters. >> you're saying trump planted the agitators at his own rally? >> yep. >> this is a show that's gotten out of control. let donald trump have a microphone and loud speaker and announce all his hollow statements with substance, he's just as much a politician as hillary clinton. this is a complete show, it's shark tank. >> are you saying you believe trump is responsible for the
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protesters who are assaulting the man -- the trump supporter in the wheelchair. >> i most certainly wouldn't put it past him to entice those protesters. it's out of control. nobody planned that. it's an example that any idiot can come up and sker sigh of size their right to free speech. >> roger stone has a history of this. >> roger stone has done this in the past. >> it's no less civil behavior. francisco hold on. there are three other people here. >> thank you, megyn. roger stone did this in the '60s, when he was 19 years old, he went out and started to organize efforts under a pseudonym with protesters, he donated to nixon's opponent. >> you are with francisco?
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suggesting that trump is behind this. >> your thoughts on whether trump as these two are suggesting may have been behind this. >> when you go to a trump rally, you hear a recording that says, if you see someone trying to make trouble, do not do anything. call out mr. trump's name and security will deal with them peacefully. he's gone out of his way to ensure rallies are peaceful. no trouble whatsoever. my daughter and i couldn't leave the parking lot, there were people burning cop cars, destroying property, burning everything. those are organized by radical groups. >> are we looking at this, do you think, now through cleveland in july, now through november? >> pardon me? >> i'm asking mark if he thinks we're stuck with this for the long hall. >> no, we're not stuck with
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this. >> it's because they see it works. >> that's for mark. >> i think we're -- >> we're stuck. >> i think there's a -- >> excuse me. >> francisco. with all due respect. that was for mark fuhrman. i'm not sure if you're not hearing me. but that was for mark fuhrman. go ahead, mark. >> okay. i think it's here for the long hall, you see in an highly, they were prepared with reserve officers,ny had the equipment, they had the mind-set, the tactics to shut it down, many of these cities do not. they're going to pick certain cities that are not prepared or willing to confront these protesters and we're going to see more and more of this. i think everyone is mixing ideology with the law. it is not. there is no right to riot in this country. there is no right to commit violence to assault police officers, and i think the
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officers in every city this happens should get more aggressive, not less p.m. they should get assistance from other cities, they should be prepared to actually outnumber the protesters and take it down before it gets to the point of albuquerque. >> what do you think mark, the rock and bottle flowing, these police officers showed a calmness and professional restraint that reflected well on them, they had hundreds of opportunities who engaged the protesters with violence. they did not. they redirected them. they seem to be saying, sort of standing down. >> i don't believe it. >> room is the way to go. >> i don't believe that megan. being a line officer at one time in these situations, that's not what the line officer thought. maybe that's the lieutenant or the captain that's on the scene of the incident. >> city counselor. >> but -- >> oh, come on.
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>> donald trump was the protesters there. >> he loves it. they feed into his propaganda. come on, guys, i'm no hillary fan. >> let's keep in mind -- >> go ahead, finish that thought. >> let's keep in mind this is a distraction. donald trump is holding a $100,000 a ticket fund-raiser in santa monica. >> my brady bunch experiment did not work. bobby was answering for cindy. we tried. >> there's also new fallout tonight fwl donald trump's camp to link the clintons with an official's death. hillary clinton clearly broke federal rules in her e-mail scandal, contrary to what she's been telling us for months now.
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and we have bernie sanders campaign manager jeff weaver with us tonight to respond. plus, you remember this. yeah. you know what this is? well, anthony weiner tonight the story behind the story in a stunning new documentary. >> can i just say multiple people? or is it just this one? >> i think you've got -- there was more than nothing unleashes power... quite like the human foot. introducing the 241 horsepower lexus is 200 turbo. with almost twenty percent more base horsepower. once driven, there's no going back.
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new fallout from donald trump's latest attack on hillary clinton. a recent interview with the washington post. multiple investigations have found that foster, who worked in the clinton white house took his own life critics are saying, mr. trump was suggesting something else. whether it's whitewater or vince or benghazi. it's always a mess with hillary and he went on from there. >> he went on to say i'm not -- it's not like, i'm not saying it. >> other people are saying that vince foster was murdered. i wouldn't say it, other people are saying that, and that's bad
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for hillary. >> he put the -- you can hear the raised eyebrow coming in, when he says, he knew all of this stuff, he's right in the middle of everything, he commits suicide opinion and he leaves that hanging. it is all the way back to 1993. this is the same thing that we heard in 1993. as you pointed out, really 3 or 5 investigations, two of them by the special counsels, one of them went on for three years. suicide was the verdict in each case. >> including ken starr. this guy is not a clinton fan. vince foster worked with the clintons. he helped her become a partner at the rose law firm. and then he killed himself, leaving behind a widow and three kids. i've heard this rumor before that somehow she's responsible
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for his dearth. you go to the craziest portions of the internet you'll hear anything. why do people continue to say this? >> the way it works, he's 48, father of three. considered a white knight, a good guy in arkansas. he was hillary clinton's mentor at the rose law firm. he's doing the stuff there, and he stinks at it, it's going very poorly, he's helping these people get ready for confirmation their confirmations go down in flames he's in charge of the investigation into the firing of the clinton travel office. this is a cover-up, a sham, a disaster. he sees his reputation that was once so sterling shredded. he starts freaking out. he's coming unwound and everyone says so. that's why people say the clintons were covering something up, he knew and was going to blow the whistle on it.
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that's why something more happened. >> the internet says one thing and six investigations say something very different. the man took his own life and murder had nothing to do with it, chris, good to see you. >> joining me now, bill bennett good to see you. >> i mean, this -- >> thank you. >> trump brings this up, it does sort of show you like here we go again. should he be going there? >> no. he shouldn't be going there. remember one thing about donald trump. he likes a fight, he'll take a good fight, a bad fight. >> exactly. and things you can tie her to and probably guilty of. things that are right there in the news. you don't need this, he brought this up, and as chris pointed out. he played with it a little bit, and dropped it. i think this is gone tomorrow. >> one thing about trump, he can
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change the subject that he brought up the next day. >> what do you make of the other thing he's been taking some heat for today. first republican latina governor in the state. here's what he said about her yesterday. >> we have to get your governor to get going. she's got to do a better job, okay your governor has got to do a better job. she's not doing the job. hey, maybe i'll run for governor of new mexico, i'll get this place going. she's not doing the job. we have to get her moving, come on, let's go, governor. >> why? >> yeah, well, again, your unofficial scorer, i -- why go after susannah martinez. let me count the ways. she's a woman, hispanic, chairman of the republican governor's association. sorry to make light of this. and then he accuses her of
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welcoming in syrian refugees in mexico, which isn't true. >> this again i think, he'd rather fight than switch. he reads something, he realizes she hasn't endorsed him, she doesn't like him, he picks this fight. this was not a good decision. he's his own adviser. let me say this. somebody who's been around for a while. the most dangerous time is when things are going well for you. it's when you're going uphill, you have to watch every step when things are going well, things are going very well. conservatives are falling behind him. this is when he needs to be careful about a mistake. >> trump has a way of dominating every day's news. you know? hillary makes no news. except when she gets in trouble for her state department. good for trump. he has a way of staying in the headlines good bad or
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indifferent. that has helped him to date. does it continue to help him in a general election contest? >> i don't know, i think so. the rule in washington as i learned, you're on offense or defense. you're on one or the other. he's constantly on offense. will this do it? >> nothing will do him in. he'll do something the next day, to make you forget what he said the day before. as long as he continues to stay on offense, he looks good. he needs to be careful. there are lines and there are things that do distress people. he needs to be careful. i would emphasize the things that people have resonated to, loving the country. putting americans first, reminding americans that they've been shafted and they deserve better. those are the things i think that have to dominate his message. >> bill bennett, always great speaking with you, sir. >> thank you. thanks for not making me part of the first segment, i appreciate that. >> you would have been greg brady, the elder states man.
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>> the fifth wheel. >> great to see you, sir. the clinton campaign got hammered today, after the state department inspector general said she broke rules with her private e-mail server. dana perino is here with what this means. and the democrats are dealing with another crisis. the chair of the democratic party is fighting to keep her job this evening. jeff weaver is next on that. beyonce alien ating police with a controversial music video. now she needs them, that's posing a big problem. ♪ ♪
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>> the representation she's been making, which is everyone knew i was doing it. i did nothing wrong. they're not true. that is exactly what they're -- what they said today. the rules, the state department says that they should have been more clear in the test. but they say that in 2013, when
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these rules were very clear, very specific, she knew about them. they said if she'd asked if she can have a server and not use a classified system for her e-mails they'd never have approved it. there is also, i thought this is the most-shocking thing. so hillary clinton would have you believe they turned over everything to investigators. they've been forth coming and have cooperated. the inspector general said today that they refused to cooperate not only hillary clinton but all of the staff, as well. so they stone walled not the fbi but the inspector general. the government over with which she wants to preside. >> she's the secretary of state, now refusing to sit with the inspector general, investigating her. and her staffers, too. still, they try to, you know, gently review her in this. if you read between the lines, dissecting this. it's devastating for her. i don't know what it means about
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the fbi report. it can't be good. >> they're doing their own investigation. >> and i think they're -- everybody is getting the same information, right? >> that is right. >> it shows that, i think, at least there would be a review of her ability to have a classified clearance because that woo happen to any other government employee. >> it violated the federal records act. >> she's struggling with honesty. this is hillary clinton just a couple months ago. listen to her here. >> everything i did was permitted. there was no law. this was no regulation. there was nothing that did not give me the full authority to decide how i was going to communicate. >> not true. in fact, the inspector general finds hillary clinton did not comply with the department's policy. over which she's supposed to be in charge. so she circumvented it.
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other thing she's trying to say is previous secretaries of state did the same. no one has a server in a bathroom. like colin powell. >> it was in a bathroom? >> it was in a bathroom. >> it's a great detail. >> bummer to be the guy who had to go retrieve it. dana, great to see you. so while the clinton campaign spent the day getting hammered with questions, the democratic national committee is dealing with its its own crisis, ugly reports that debbie wasserman-shultz is fighting to her her job just weeks before the democratic convention. >> we need a chair person who is going to help bring the party together. we've had a vigorous primary this season and it continues. at the end of the day, we've got
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to have a person who is a unifier not a divisive -- >> can she? >> you know, i think there is a pattern of conduct over the course of the campaign, whether early scheduling of debates, limited debates scheduled on weekends, whether joint fund raising campaign with the clinton campaign, whether it was cutting off our campaign from its data before iowa caucuses or limiting the number of sanders backers on some of the standing committees, there has been a pattern of behavior and recently, is for comments made after the nevada caucuses. >> do you think she's going to -- on the scale for hillary? >> she has it on the scale against senator sanders. no doubt about that. >> what do you make of this clinton e-mail investigation today? >> well, senator sanders says there is a process going on.
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state department is doing an investigation and the fbi doing an investigation. and they speak for themselves. you may remember his famous -- no one cares about your damn e-mails. his campaign wants to talk about important substantive and creating health care and dealing with climate change, and dealing with a corrupt finance system. and that is where he has focused and will continue to focus. >> i know senator sanders says he's in it for the long haul. you know, donald trump says he believes that he's not. that bernie isn't necessarily.
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and what he is saying if they can't support bernie sanders they should come over to team trump. do you see that happening? >> i don't. donald trump himself is a very divisive character. spoken about how wages in america are too high. bernie sanders has been an advocate and donald trump may make it accurate critique but his prescription for dealing with it, putting people in charge of negotiating american trade policy. the problem is that we have too many corporate sites we're involved in. we need public servants. >> you're not feeling optimistic. >> she, hillary clinton declined to participate in a fox news debate with senator sanders before the california primary. senator sanders said he would do it. why do you think she's not doing it? >> absolutely.
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>> well, i can't speak to them. the problem is that back in february, when the secretary was losing in new hampshire badly. a big effort publicly. and others in the campaign agreed to do and we had two debates, now, they seem to be going back on the promise to have a third debate. it's disappointing. the people of california deserve to have this debate. it was promised part of a negotiate earlier. and we hope the campaign will keep it's word to have this debate. >> thank you so much for being here tonight, jeff weaver, everybody. >> thanks. we hope it happens. >> tonight a behind the scenes look at the scandal that brought
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down a star in the democratic party. we'll speak with film makers behind the anthony weiner documentary, right after the break.
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you switch to geico. growwwlph. it's what you do. oh that is good crispy duck. back in 2011, former new york congressman anthony weiner became the subject of headlines for sexting lewd photos of himself to women. his wife and long time hillary clinton aid chose to stick by her husband. a couple years later, weiner attempted to revive his career with a run for mayor of new york city. just a couple months in, the campaign was rocked by another sexting scandal. this time, documentary filmma r filmmakers were there to capture the political implosion. >> why are they filming you? >> i don't know. >> are you somebody i'm supposed to know. >> if republicans wrapping their
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arms around republicans rather than doing the right thing on behalf of the heroes. >> it was a pleasure to see a democrat not cohering. >> married to one of hillary clinton's closest advisers. >> a photo of an anonymous man's bulging underwear. >> i'm resigning from congress. i did the dumb thing, i did a lot of good things too. running for mayor was the straightest line to clean up the mess i made. >> i'm anthony weiner calling. >> why do you think you deserve a second chance? >> i'm giving you the answer. >> i thought you were thinking about it, no, i'm talking words. >>. >> i'm going to try to talk about is the issues facing new york city. >> just a quick optics -- you will look happy. >> show it to me again. >> i can't believe i gave the press the finger.
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>> how many women were there. can you remember? >> i would like to talk about housing in the bronx. any questions about that. >> we're going to try to look like we're holding together as a group. >> does his wife's absence say anything? >> what is wrong with you. >> what is he so afraid of. >> your father never hugged you. >> do you think you're suffering from any sort of addiction? >> are you a referee over there. >> you're a real scum bag. >> takes one to know one. >> why wouldn't he just walk out. >> i have to be brutally honest, he has no chance 20 win any more. >> it's really apocalyptic right now. >> at a certain point you have . >> this is the worst.
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doing a documentary on my scandal. >> joining me now, the directors of weiner. thank you both for being here. >> you worked for congressman weiner? >> that's right. and connected with him on his mayoral race? >> yes. >> you had no idea the sexting scandal had continued? >> that's right. we were just filming at the beginning of his mayoral campaign. we had no idea what was going to han. very quickly he rose to the top of the polls, and as filmmakers, we thought we were in the middle of a comeback story, new revelations emerged and things took a different term turn. >> what is the first thing that comes out after you find out he's been doing it on an on going basis. >> we were there when he found out. you see these celebrity meltdowns and scandals, you rarely get the opportunity to be
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in the room. we were there when it happened. one of the things we wanted to show is the humanity behind the headlines. anthony was reduced to a punch line. in our film, you get to see a more new answered look at him. >> his wife who stood by him and i think her forgiveness made many americans forgive him too the first time around. which is why i think people were so angry when it happened the second time. not just because they felt like they had been misled, but for her, she had been misled again. >> she's a part of the story as well. just as much as anthony was ridiculed and reduced. i think so was she for standing by him. one of the things you get to see in the film, you get to see her as a more complete person as a wife, mother and human being. >> these things are always more complex than we in the media -- we want to ruin people's lives and make a mochrie out of them. they're always more complex when it involves affairs of the
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heart. what people do in their private time behind the scenes. he was so well known. when you decided to continue the film making. you had his blessing. >> yeah. >> was it like, okay, it's over? get out and don't make a movie about this? >> i think this question about why he allowed us to film and continue to film even after the scan dalg broke, it's a question we wandered about ourselves. we wandered about it, and it's a question we pose in the film and we ask anthony directly. he said he wanted to be viewed as the full person he was instead of the punch line. that was our intention with the film. >> it only -- >> he knew that he was still doing it, that's why it seems reckless to have you guys in. >> i think he recognized there may be some value to have a
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documentation of what's going on. he had this experience of being reduced to a charicature during his scandal. >> do you think he's a good man? >> yeah, i think he's a lot of things i've worked for him and seen his talents and strengths and flaws. i think it's hard to reduce to one thing. >> we had some epic battles on the air. he and i. i spent a little time and with huma privately, they're lovely people. they seem like they're in love, they could not be nicer. the juxtaposition between what he does on camera both on twitter and in his battles on cable, and what he seems to be in private is pretty stark. >> that's exactly right. i didn't know anthony prior to working on this film. i saw the difference between the public story and the private story. you would see the jokes against
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from the world headquarters of fox news, it's "the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> thank you, voice of god. a frightening glimpse at some future workers of america. i speak, of course, from college students, from overland college delivering a list of demands and grievance to their educators. co-host of "fox & friends" and author. the students of overland -- >> they have a problem. they feel -- overland in particular. as a national collegiate epidem epidemic, they feel as though the colleges aren't gacatering their needs. an example at overland, a small
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private school in ohio, they have students who want to speak out. for example, remember the tragedy of tamir rice killed by law enforcement. meagan batista was having problems because she had to protest and drive across town and drive back, therefore, she couldn't get her homework done and wanted special consideration for that. that's a little bit of an issue. >> sure, right. >> you have zikaia -- >> she wanted them to eliminate any grow lower than c for the semester because of all driving she wanted to do. >> you can do things called pass/fail, it's been done before. also have a student from chicago who was complaining because t y they, taking a test on your own was institutionalized and wanted a system -- >> they wanted a verbal, sit down with the professor -- >> some of the professors say it sounds good. they're upset the college hasn't adopted the philosophy. >> when the students go out and
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he was cheating. cheating i tell you. dion was in on wiit with him. i have one more word for you, cheater. go on. go for it. good-bye. ksksksksksksksksksksksksksksksk. welcome to "hannity," donald trump is back on the campaign trail. i'm eric bolling in for sean tonight. earlier today, the presumptive republican nominee held a rally in california. here are some of the highlights. >> now, if and when i win, i'm going to be very nice because then it's a question of good management, i will get along with other countries far better than we get along right now. we're going to get along great. other countries going to treat us with respect. they're not going to devalue their currencies so we have trade deficits of $505 billion or mexico so we have a