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trump's twitter feed, or maybe you already have. look forward to enjoying your weekend and see you next sunday. >> i am chris wallace. donald trump colleges the going nomination for president. as attacks on fellow republicans continue. >> poor mitt romney he jokes like a dog. many of the people i competed against have now endorsed me. general hasn't, yet. >> he get a burst of america and do it. >> as he sets his sights on the general election. >> forget hillary clinton, she is as crooked as they come. >> a review of the strategy with campaign manager and a g news sunday exclusive.
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and a skating report from the state department on hick's use of the maim server. >> we will discuss what hillary clinton did and the political fallout with two key members of the house of representatives and senate intelligence committees, a democrat congressman and republican senator. and president obama calls out trump while meeting with foreign leaders. we will ask our sunday panel in the president will help or hurt democrats in this election. all right now. on fox news sunday. >> hello, again, on this memorial day weekend from fox news in washington, dc. it has been another roller coaster week for donald trump. he clinched the governor nomination. he appeared to sign on to a debate with bernie sanders and was targeted by rebound and attacked fellow republicans despite calls from party leaders
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to unify. just another week in trump-world. from not we have trump campaign manager, corey lewandowski. we will start with a highly anticipated donald trump-sanders debate. he said at first he would love to debate but he backed out saying it was inappropriate to debate the second-place democrats which he knew from the start. here is what bernie sanders had to say about automatic of that. >> he claims to be a tough guy, pushes people around a, and donald, come on, let's have a debate about the future of america. >> what is trump afraid of? >> first, thank you for having me on and i thank all of our veterans as we celebrate memorial day or remember memorial day. as you know the question that was asked of donald trump was asked in jest during a jimmy kimmel interview and he said sure in they pay me enough i will be happy to debate bernie sanders.
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the bottom line is the democratic party is stealing the election from bernie sanders and the part bosses will not allow him to be the nominee and hillary clinton is going to be the nominee and we are focused on defeating hillary clinton in november. for us in hillary clinton is not debating hillary clinton because he is not going to be the nominee we are focused on making sure the american people know that donald trump is the next president of the united states and lay out our vision. we will not waste our time debating bernie sanders when he is not the nominee. >> donald trump was not just fighting democrats but he was taking on republicans. for instance, he went after the republican governor of new mexico, governor martinez. here he is. >> the governor has to do a better job. she is not doing the job. maybe i'll run for governor of new mexico, i've get this place going. >> why on earth would the now
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republican nominee, since he has clinched the nominates, why call out the popular governor of a swing state like new mexico who just happens to be the head of the republican governors association? >> here is what happened. you know this. when donald trump speaks somewhere he lies out the problem with that given location whether it is in ohio, michigan or indiana. our country is a mess. our johns are leaving. our trade democrats are killing us. people are worst off than ten or it will or 15 years ago. and the statistics are the state of new mexico. he is saying at the past the united states he will bring jobs back and make sure americans are first. that doesn't matter if you are in new mexico or indiana or in michigan. people are hurting. we need a president that will bring the jobs back. outlining the economy of a specific location is something he has done across the country wherever we have gone because we need highlight the problems we have and what we will did defix the problems. >> you would agree that former
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house speaker gingrich has been supportive of your campaign and here is what he had to say about the comments to week. >> the attack he may on the governor martinez was very destructive. it sends all the wrong signals. do you not want a candidate would needs to be stronger with latinos and stronger with women attack latino woman, a republican governor. >> he went on to say that donald trump sometimes "goes off the deep end." that doesn't sound like something you want in a president. >> what you have here is this was no attack on latino or woman governor, it was laying out the economic prospective of what the state of new mexico is doing saying we need to do a better job, creating jobs and get manufacture people become to work and build a wall. these are said wherever we for. in donald trump is winning with latinos you look at the last pole he is inning with
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hispanics, he is doing well with women. >> wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. >> so close in the state of california donald trump, the state of california is in play and hillary clinton is scared to death. >> he is not winning with women or with hispanics, the numbers are underwater with both, hugely, and on the specific question of this, he did not just say, gee, it could be better in new mexico he said "she is not doing the job." he will go around the country saying that the republican governors of every state are not doing the job. >> it is now being republican or democrat but what is right for country. in it was said in the stay of nevada, and it was about a democrat female governor, it would not be an issue. we need to stop illegal immigration, kit taxes and get people back to work. this is what it is about. the bottom line, our country is in trouble. if we don't put someone in the
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white house who knows how to create jobs and get things done our continue will deteriorate to a point where the middle-class will disappear. >> bottom line, do you stand by, does he stand by the comment that governor martinez is not doing everything she can to help the people of new mexico? >> this is not a republican issue. it is not a democrat issue. >> i am asking about governor martinez? >> we stand by that statement. we need to stop illegal immigrants coming across illegal i, build the bomb so american citizens have a chance to have their jobs first and not have them taken from someone outside the country would does not believe it. >> why does it stand with getting house speaker haul ryan to endorse trump and how worried are you and trump abut possibility of continued take a third party conservative run, perhaps, by mitt romney? >> look a third party run by any person is handing the party over
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to the democratic and four or five supreme court justices hillary clinton would have a chance to appoint so say goodbye to the second amendment, and the bottom line is in mitt romney wants do get in the race, he is a failed candidate, twice and if he run as third time he will fail again. he will allow a democrat to appoint four or five supreme court justices that will be devastating long to term to our country. if he wants to do that it is a failure. >> what about paul ryan? >> thing of all the people in the last two weeks who have endorsed trump, governors, senators, and we are bringing more people into the party and paul ryan and donald trump have had a conversation and they continue to develop that relationship, they had great meeting in washington, dc, where they talked about what was important, and they agree on many, many issues, but donald trump is the head of republican party as the republican nominee. what we know is he brings people together. him and paul written will have a great relationship because at the end of the day, the choice
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is you have hillary clinton in the white house or donald trump. we know for the american people paul ryan and donald trump will work well together to cut taxes and rein fact our trade deals. >> new subject, you are in charge of the team that is going to vet vice president candidates for donald trump and he said almost three weeks ago that he is down to a short list of five or six candidates. are you really down that that small a universe? >> let me be clear this is one person in the country who will pick the next vice president of the united states as a running mate that is donald trump. my roam and others is to make sure he has the resources and new jersey to make that decision. when he has made the decision, he is comfortable with it. we have started the process and we shrink down the pool and we are making sure we do our due diligence when he choose as person he wants we can give him the brothers and conditions of each individual and he make the final decision and we feel good where we are.
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>> >> you are not prepared to say you down to five candidates? >> the history is very small and we have a very good understanding of who the handful of individuals will be and ultimately the decision will be made by mr. trump. >> your campaign is far behind hillary clinton for campaign before structure, state organization, polling, data, analytics and this seems to be even some confusion of which have pack outside group that trump would like people to contribute money to. isn't that a problem? >> it is not. here is what you have: the mine set of hillary clinton where you have to have hundreds, she is getting a hundred people on staff. we have 70. they think big bigger is better. that is mine set they take to the federal government. you compare that to the donald trump mine set, smaller, leaner, more efficient and bet of results, that is the mine set you need for the federal
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government. what you have seen from us is 16 candidates in the primary, we have spent less money and better results that all of them, hillary clinton spent $200 million in the race and donald trump spend $50 million on the race. we have better results. what you need people who can be effective and efficient and making sure we are getting things done and we do not need to grow the campaign to 700 or 800 people like the clinton campaign. be efficient. in our state operations we are efficient. we have seen the success time and time and time again with a more ever efficient time that is how we would run the government if he is give were the privilege >> in are continued reports about battles the campaign team, you and the campaign chairman are said to be at each other's throats and a story in the not at that some of the staffers are worried or suspect that perhaps they are being bugged inside the trump
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tower, respectfully, this sounds less like a presidential campaign and more like game of thrones. >> this is media hype. i can tell you this, paul and i is a fantastic relationship. we have worked together very closely each day and making decisions each day for not just this campaign but for the future of what we want to accomplish here. it is very important to know, very, very important to know there is in sun line mean paul and i. every decision is made together we talk 10, 12, 15 times a day. we are moving failure. the media wants to per motivate the story of infighting but we winning. that is the bottom line. this week, donald trump people the republican nomination securing more than $1,237 detects two weeks ahead of schedule with paul and i working together to make sure the undowned delegates came over, we are weeks ahead of where we thought we would be. this team is very cohesive the
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it is small. lean. efficient. it will come right at hillary clinton for the presidency in november. >> is there any bugging going on of the trump tower? >> i think that is a lot of speculation and i don't evening that is the case. we are happy with our our office is set up. >> thank you, corey lewandowski, for sharing part of your holiday weekend with us. >> next we will bring in our sunday group to discussion how trump is preparing for the john election.
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>> a lot of the proposals he has made display either ignorance of world affairs or a cavalier attitude. >> president obama had a summit in japan relaying the concern of the world leaders on donald trump. >> it is time for our sunday group, our senior political analyst, brit hume, and susan page, and george will, and ron fournier with the national journal author of "love that boy," a perfect gift for father's day. >> bright -- some people are upset that the president criticized someone during a foreign trip bringing up "politics stops at the water's edge," and that seems quaint. were you offended but what he said? >> i wasn't. >> second, let me get out the question, were you offended and
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now that obama's approval rating is back over 50% for the first time in a long time how effective do you expect him to be for the democrats in the election? >> he will be effective to the extent the approval rating remains high. there is a very high correlation between an incumbent president approval rating and the success of the part nominee in the fall. in that stays up it is a significant plus in secretary hillary clinton's favor as she runs. whether he will be, how effective he is on the stump is anyone's guess but the approval rate correlates with winning. that is key. i was not offensed because the custom of politics stopping at the water's edge is long gone and he get a question can he answered in a way that donald trump managed to turn into a talking point saying he wants the phone leaders to be rat jammed because they have been getting a free ride for too long. that is good, a negotiator's
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stance. >> trump took it from the president but also from democratic senator warren of mass over a statement in 2006 in the housing bubble burst, he would be able to make some money. >> and roots for people to get thrown out of their house, a small insecure money gruber who doesn't care who gets hurt. so long as he make profit. >> trump has an answer for that saying that warren has a big mouth and he called her poke -- poke -- pochantas. >> she still believes that is the case. show figured out who to do something, how to get under the skin of donald trump and she has not endorsed hillary clinton, the only william senator who has
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not but she is doing hillary clinton a world of goodbye engaging with donald trump and making him respond. she has figured out how to irk him. >> and that is good. >> ikr is good if you running against someone. i am not sure how valuable it is to call her pochantas it does not see that does a last damage. she does not mind that. >> how about big mouth? >> well, you know, she is someone who has demonstrated an ability to low a punch. that is to the good of the democrats. >> george, slightly bigger picture than big mouth, donald trump was asked where he sees the governor in five years ask he said, i love that question and he said i see it as a worker's party of people who have not gotten a raise in 15 years he said, who feel angry and left behind but he, could he
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be re-shaping the republican party? >> when he began running he has something that he now has suppressed he would talk and say the republicans say this, or you republicans say this and that, but that is until for someone who has changed his party registration at least five times in the last 20 years. when asked recently about his deviations from conservatism, he shrugged and said it is called the republican party not the conservative party so it seems clear that he intends to make it a not conservative party as conservism has been defined. if he means to make it by a workers' party, the noncollege educated white voters he can do that but it is nowhere near a majority. he could be counting on independents, a decade another 30% of americaned say they were minute and today 42% say so.
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back to the strange idea of addition by subtraction you talked about governor martinez the problem with women and hispanics and republicans it is republicans, hispanic governor. forgetting that mitt romney got 93% of self-described republicans and lost. >> i was tass natured that donald trump did it and more interested in the fact that you had an aggressive push back from corey lewandowski. what do you make of the idea that now the unofficial republican nominee who clinched the nomination 1,237 votes is going after governor martinez and nikki haley and other republicans? >> they are linked. setting aside workers party is 20th century in the socialism movement now what he is talking about is a dog whistle to the white working class angry
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voters. when he is take on martinez or female hispanic governor, that is part of the play to the grief an vote among wide male voters. he is trying to divide us and create a new republican coalition mostly white, mostly angry white males. unless he reshapes the electorate, in involve than in the past, he would have to manage to not original increase the white vote, but, while not increasing the hispanic and the african-american vote. i don't know how you do that maybe he has figured a way. >> and the contrast between how he handled paul ryan's initial reaction when he said he was not prepared to endorse him and he has not, he lash out and he said i don't support ryan's agenda and he thought better of that and sat down with ryan and is having continuing conversations and you can sense ryan moving in
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his direction, that first emotion appeared to be at work in the attack on martinez. he attacks her. but --. >> she said she was too busy to show up at his rally. >> and he took it at a slight and lash out. that is his traditional habitual way of dealing with things. politics, it is always and everywhere about addition and not subtraction. it is a mistake and i was surprised you suggested that corey lewandowski double down on it today. it does not make sense. >> he sudden try to win her over. >> he is the republican mom knee. >> they of living in a fantasy land, he said they winning the hispanic vote. they are not. the way you go after him is how susan suggested, and what warren is doing, you have a bully in the playground you pudge him in the mouth and purge him in the mouth and punch him in the
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mouth. he obviously is thin skinned and small-minded and if he was a bigger manned he would not be border when you are too busy to show up. >> he is tied in the polls with hillary clinton with all this toughness. we have to reflect the reality that it seems to be selling. >> she almost tied with hillary clinton but he has cleared the republican field and clinched the republican nomination while she has not. he did night may and she will not do it until june. she has a serious challenge in california. you do not want to dismiss donald trump but the question, has he rewritten all the rules, does that mean he has rewritten the rule for a general election such as having a campaign infrastructure because she is building one and he is way behind. >> let me ask, and we have to go when i asked corey lewandowski and he said, wait, with video a .1 of the staff and we are
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winning. do you boy that? >> you would say i would not mark but he is a different kind of candidate and you do not dismiss it. >> you can take the candidacy seriously but not him as a person. that is where i am. >> we should do both. all the state department inspector general issued a highly critical report on her e-mails. how will it affect the presidential race? ♪ one day a rider made a decision. the decision to ride on and save money. he decided to save money by switching
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ultimate sack chris nice. now, to the hillary clinton e-mail scandal. a new report by the state department i.g. said that her use of a private mail conserver while secretary of state violated the department policy. we have two members of the house and senate intelligence committees. in washington we have democratic congressman schiff and in oklahoma we have republican senator james lankford. gentleman, i want to show what hillary clinton said and then what the inspector general's report concluded. on the issue of whether hillary clinton's exclusive use of private e-mail and a personal server was allowed. >> it was allowed under the rules of the state department. again --. >> anyone signed off on it? >> it was allowed. >> here is what the report from the inspector john said. >> the office of inspector general found no evidence that
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the secretary requested or obtained approval to conduct official business by personal e-mail on her private server. senator lankford? >> that is entirely accurate the she did not try to get permission. she did not, if she would have asked, they said she would not receive it. since 2002 employees are not allowed to forward from a private mail to official one because they said it wasn't secure. this is an established issue and has been established a long-term for the state department. you cannot do this. >> congressman schiff it gets worse than that, when two members of the state department's record-keeping decision complains or expressed concern, a superior instructed them this way instructing the staff never to specific of the secretary's personal e-mail again. that is a quote from the report. congressman, she never got
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approval? >> she was mistaken the she thought it was approved and the practicing what allowed but she was wrong. secretary powell also thought it was present to use a personal --. >> that is not true. i have a felling you were beginning to call me on that. >> i will call you on that. >> secretary powell had two computers in the office. one was used at government computer, for classified information and he had a separate come party for private e-mails and some those included business, state department business, but he did have a separate office of the state department secretary of state computer. >> he had a laptop, state department lap which the report said he never used for e-mail, not for official business. >> that is --. >> you that is not what secretary boy well said the. >> he used personal e-mail exclusively for all the e-mail business and they said when the
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secretary powell was asked --. >> let me and another question the. >> let me finish. >> did he ever use a private server? >> he did, a server owned by america on-line but yes he used exclusively a professional server. >> let me make another point, and it is director indicate california, they found also that the retension by secretaries clinton of her e-mails and the february she provided 55,000 pages of e-mails mitigated fact she used a private server. in the case of secretary powell there was no e-mail that was turned over so the person secretary of state during the decision to go to war in iraq did not reserve the e-mails, the most consequenceial decisions in history which is more --. >> when did hillary clinton leave as the -- leave the state
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department? >> in 2012 or 2013. >> 2013 january. >> do you know when turned over the 55 pages? >> wait a minute. >> it was december of 201. two yours later. >> yes, that is eight. that is absolutely right. >> no, no, no, i have to bring in senator lankford, this idea of comparing it to secretary powell. >> i is heard this over and over again it is apples and oranges. what secretary clinton did she kept a private server in her hour about political security not national security. it was about retaining and controlling all the reports and she still has not turned over all of the e-mails. i hear large numbers, she turned over 55,000 payment -- payments but the report said there are e-mails from david petraeus that were to hillary clinton and david petraeus official e-mail that were never turned over so
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we do not know what it is and show filtered all of the e-mails and said they are official and these are not and we still do not have those. >> squeeze me for interrupting but i want to move on. the execute of the information that clinton kept on her private e-mail server. >> there were no security breaches. >> but the i.g. report found that in january of 2011 a technical support staffer shut down the senator are twice because "someone was trying to hack us." the fiscal year day a top state department official told the staff not to e-mail the secretary anything sensitive. in her defense, she said that there is in evidence anyone actually got interest her server >> that is the defensive "no one got in," you cannot know. right now we have 1,300 plus e-mails at some level classification from what we have and what we know of.
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many of them are top secret. that is a major problem. you do not keep that. the she is, she willfully retained information on a nonsecure server that was separate from the government system and she knew it was classified or that should have known it was classified and kept it in a nonsecure location. that is major national security breach. all the talk of powell and everyone else no other cabinet official in the obama administration did what she did, everyone else seemed to understand the rules but she seems to prioritize her political security over national security. >> we have never heard about the attempted attacks until the i.g. report so that is new. two, in the servers with so secure, why did they have to keep turning it off and, three, as senator lankford points out you do not know in someone has a successful attack because hackers do not leave fingerprints. that is true we know that there were a couple of attempts to
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hack into the system that were unsuccessful so we do not know in there is evidence of a successful breach but i want to get back to the important that i weaponed to finish and senator lankford mentioned, the comparison with secretary powell --. >> forgive me, forgive me. >> hillary clinton is running for president. powell is fought running for president. the rules in 2004 were completely different. they are completely different and the guide lanes were repeatedly strengthened in twist 25 and 2006 and 2011 and she was operating in a different world. health's stay to the issue and not talk about powell. >> it iser relevant. >> a it is not. >> how could she say it was secure when she town off the server because this were attacks. >> answer may question. >> i will. i will. she should not have used the
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private server. >> how does she know it was secure? >> from the report we know that there were two attempts to breach the server that were unsuccessful. we know that. please let me finish the point. >> not on powell. i will keep going. we done with powell. it is telling. >> we done with powell. >> it is telling that there is in interest in anyone here but secretary clinton. >> because she is the only one running for president. does that mean other secretaries didn't use the same practice and their practices are ill role van. >> it is a red herring sir and i expect more from you. >> from the disaster hillary clinton said she would cooperate with any investigation. here she is, last month. >> we made clear that i'm happy to answer any questions that anyone might have, and i stand by that. >> but, the report. let's talk about powell and powell's standard.
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secretary kirk kirk and albright powell and rice and through their counsel secretary clinton declined the request for an interview. congressman schiff, what happened to answering anyone's questions at any time? >> now you bring up secretary powell. >> come on. he agreed to an interview. >> okay, i don't know why secretary clinton --. >> should she have agreed. >> slow have grade. >> should she have? >> she will meet with the justice department and? there are questions we can answer them. >> are not speak to the inspector general of her own department? >> you brought up --. all the fact that he cooperated with the investigation. and she did not. >> did you not bring up the fact that secretary powell was asked --. [ inaudible ] the provider of the e-mails e-mails...has not responded to the i.g. you did not bring that up.
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>> i not vote for powell for president this time. >> senator lankford your reaction that hillary clinton did not cooperate and did not participate in this investigation? >> not only did she not participate in the investigation, the other staff did not participate and the i.t. folks did not participate and they barred all pokes from participating and blocked them from talking to the inspector general and they had limited access and the i.t. person that handled this resigned from the state department and it made them ineligible for the inspector general to pull in. although all the information is there and hillary clinton would not step up and speak to the inspector general, and the i.g. has noted clearly secretary clinton violated the rules. now the fbi will step in and find out in she has violated the law. that is a big issue. she clearly willfully retained this and would not speak to the i.g. about it. >> briefly, in i can, senator,
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since congressman schiff seems to think that powell is so important to this discussion, your reaction to that? >> my reaction to to that goes back to this being a distraction. the same thing that clintons always do not just us but everyone else there is conspiracy or we are not the only things. the ices -- the ethics are extremely important. you have to use the government systems. everyone is clear. this is political security not national security and that is the most telling part about this. no other cabinet official --. >> gentleman, i am sorry. >> no other cabinet official did this but the secretary. >> thank you both, gentleman, for your time this holiday weekend. >> next, we will bring back our sunday group to discuss the political fallout from the i.g. report on her use of a private mail server. how badly has she been damaged?
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♪ yeah, you'll just have to miss it! ♪ ♪ we can't let you download... uh, no thanks. i have x1 from xfinity so... don't fall for directv. xfinity lets you download your shows from anywhere. i used to like that song. >> as i say, crook it hillary. she is as crooked as they come. >> donald trump piling on after the state department i.g. report found hillary clinton violated the rules in using a private mail server. we are back now with the panel. we will look at how clinton's anybodies have dropped since the story first broke back in march of 2015 about her private e-mail and personal server. back then, it is interesting to note 47% has a favorable view and 50 mrs. unfavorable, even, and now it is down to 37% favorable and 61% unfiferrable, and same with whether some is up
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honest and trustworthy, in march, 52 mrs. --% said no, and now it is let. does the i.g. report do damage to her or is the damage already done? all the damage has been done but political campaigns are through windshield and opinions can shift and change. this, however, helps to cement in place the notion that she cannot be trusted. it is one more step in that direction. this is an unusual campaign in which each of the candidates, trump and clinton, are each other's best hope. the best, what is striking of the rise in the polls is it coincides with a period of bad news for hillary clinton and her vulnerability because his possibles and this is just a further example. remarkable. we asked you for questions and we got a bunch on the i.g.
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report. guy, wrote us on facebook, in she did had when in the state department what will she do in she becomes president? another said, does anyone think hillary will be indicted, prosecuted or will lynch, the attorney general guy her a get identity of jail free card? >> we don't know what the results of the f.b.i. investigation are going to be. legal analysts are skeptical she will be indicted but you never know. while the inspector general's report is critical i don't think it does new damage to hillary clinton. an f.b.i. conclusion more serious could do real damage to her. it is interesting she will be the first woman nominated by a major party, women candidates have to deal in they are strong enough. she is fine on that. competent, people think she is competent. honest and trustworthy this is her achilles' heel an issue she
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needs to figure a way to address or improve. >> do you think the powell defense gets her off the hook? >> in. powell is fought running for president. she. two, all of us of a certain able understand that the use of e-mail has changed even in the period from when powell. >> 12 years ago. >> and the policy changed. >> there are differences in the context. two, he is not running for anything. >> i will not vote for him for president anyway. >> meanwhile, the democrat primary race continues even though hillary clinton has declared victory over bernie sanders. >> i will be the nominee for my party. that is already done. there is no way that i won't be. >> such arrogance.
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>> i kind of think on june 7 people of california will have a message for secretary clinton. >> george, how much damage is bernie sanders doing to hillary clinton and what and it seems possible from the closing polls, what if he beats her in california? >> it will be 2008, his persistence in the campaign is an exercise in sauce for the goods is sauce for the gander. in 2008 california came late as it always does and the nomination condition test was over, she persisted in california against president obama and beat him by 400,000 votes and did not make a difference. and did not prevent the party from becoming united. people say, why is he doing this? he is having the time of his life. huge crowds for a senator from vermont. and this the first time he has
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ever run for anything as a democrat. so, his attachment to the party could be slight. third, in 1960, gold water junior senator from arizona when to the podium at the chicago convention and said let's grow up conservatives if you want to take back the part let's go to work. he is the nominee four years later, nominee will be the nominee four years later, he may not but he may have the sense there is a movement that needs fueled to transform the party and he may do it. >> is he hurting her by would t her? i understand your argument that she did this to obama, so it certainly is right. do you think it's hurting her for him to stay in the race? >> i don't think it's doing lasting damage. i think months from now, people won't remember -- >> i was going to ask you about that. how confident are you, or how likely do you think it is that sanders in the end gets on the podium and holds hands with hillary clinton, holds them up,
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and much more importantly, what about his millions of supporters? >> 80/20 he gets up onstage. she gets the lion's share of his voters. some might stay home. winning amongst hispanics. called him among that. the spokesperson for hillary clinton, repeating her misleading statements about the e-mail. over and over and over again. and it's why we now have a situation where among the independents, among people who -- the unfavorability rating for both clinton and trump is minus-74 percentile. so the biggest casualty in this campaign is the truth. neither one of these candidates are worth trusting.
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>> i think that's what a lot of voters feel. i remember my parents saying, what a terrible choice we have. this is a perennial, if you will. it's greater than what i've ever seen. the top two finishers in both parties were unacceptable choices. we badly need a successful presidency and a serious and able leader. we're not likely to get one from either candidate. >> i talked to one of her senior people right after i wrote that, and people close to clinton were saying this is all about an e-mail. all about the blurring the lines with the clinton foundation. this senior official sat in her office and told me it really doesn't matter. trust doesn't matter. i was saying this is going to bring down her trust figures, and either she wins the
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election, going to make it so she can't lead, a longtime friend of hillary clinton said trust doesn't matter because bill clinton won despite the fact that he wasn't trusted as much as bob dole. obviously that's not the case. trust does matter. they were wrong about that then and now. >> taking a look at this politically. if voters look at these two candidates and find them both unacceptable, do they both not turn out? >> or do they feel so alarmed by the prospect of the other guy, that even though they're not enthusiastic about this candidate, we have very high turnout? the very first question you ask, the impact of barack obama, that's where barack obama could have some impact on helping hillary clinton among younger voters, which is the demographic group. >> if we had found that barack obama could do that for himself, he's not been very good at doing
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that for anybody else. all right. thank you, panel. see you next sunday. up next, our power player of the week, honoring america's fallen with 24 musical notes.
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soldiers placing flags in front of 230,000 grave markers at arlington national cemetery. it's a holiday tradition here that we profile a man who created his own special program to make every day a memorial day for our fallen heroes. once again, he's our power player of the week. >> when you're playing it, it's only 24 notes, but it's so meaningful to that family. >> tom day is talk about playing "taps" at the funerals of military veterans, and he should
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know. he's the founder and president of an organization called bugles across america. all told, how many funerals have you done since you started bu e bugles across america? >> 200,000. >> really? >> in ten years. >> it started back in 2000, when congress gave every vet a right to a funeral with military honors, including two uniformed officers to present a flag and play "taps." the problem was the military only had 500 buglers, so they sent someone to play a recorded "taps" on a boom box or an electronic device inside a bugle. tom day who played in the marines in the '50s didn't like it. >> i call it stolen dignity. that these veterans can't get live "taps" when we are out there ready to perform live "taps." >> so he started his organization, recruiting 400
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horned players within a year. >> now we have 6,270 horn players and we're doing 2,200 funerals a month. >> it's become quite an operation. families can go on his website to ask for a bugler. a message is sent to every horn player within 100 miles of the funeral. day gives away bugles and helps with uniforms. while he gets support from foundations, he runs a deficit every year. how do you make up for the short fall? >> i kind of make it up myself. >> $15,000, $20,000 a year? >> probably ten. you put the horn down, and the flag has been presented, then the family comes over. the kisses, the handshakes from these families, there is nothing, no amount of money could ever buy the feeling that
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i get from the family once i finish the 24 notes. >> with soldiers killed in iraq and afghanistan, plus 1,800 veterans of world war ii dying every day, there was a flood of military funerals. day, who is 69, says he wants to keep going until he dies. then leave his organization in solid shape to carry on. >> i want every family to have live "taps" at that going away presentation of their veteran. and it tells the marines who are guarding the gates in heaven live "taps", we're going to let this veteran right in. >> since we first ran this story seven years ago, tom day's organization has grown to more than 5,000 active members who play at more than 2,300 funerals a month. if you want to learn more, go to our website, that's it for today.
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we hope you'll take a moment this weekend to remember all of the men and women who have given their lives defending our freedom. and we'll see you next "fox news sunday." a grateful nation pauses to honor the generations of men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve our freedom. our laura ingle in for harris faulkner and this is "the fox report." a moving tribute in our nation's capital. a motorcycle rally known as rolling thunder, rumbling through the streets of washington to remember the prisoners of war and those missing in action. presumptive republican presidential nominee donald trump spoke to the crowd there today saying our nation's veterans must be better cared for. plus this. >> i know people, i've gotten to know so many vets and


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