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. not jump through them. that's the excitement of rewarding connections. apply online or at a bank of america near you. attack. 49 people murdered in cold bloochltd i am jon scott. >> and local state and federal officials convergeoth night club where the gunman opened fire on sunday morning. they have identified 48 of the 49 victims. officials say omar mateen pledged allegiance to isis. they are still searching his home. president obama speaking about the issue just a short while
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ago. listen to this. >> we see no clear evidence that he was directed externally. it does appear at the last-minute he announce allegiance to isil, but there is no evidence so far that he was directed by isil. it appears the shooter was inspired by various extremist information that was disseminated over the internet. >> we begin our coverage in orlando, florida with steve. >> reporter: we are getting new details from law enforcement officials. initial fire between the killer and a single off duty policemen who was off duty and joined by 14 other officers and the gun battle continued in the night
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club. they cleared out much of the dance floor and the killer took refuge in the bathroom and barricaded himself in there and there was concerns about a explosive device. it was three hours later that the decision was made by the police chief to use explosive charges and bearcat armorred vehicle to open up the back of the club. based on the statements made by the suspect and from the hostages and from people inside. we believed that further loss of life was imminent. >> reporter: now all of the bodies from the night club were taken out. four at a time in vans and taken to the county medical examiner's office.
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wounded, 29 of them in hospitals in orlando. five of those wounded in grave condition. healther and jon, back to you. >> steve, thanks. we'll bring in michael balboni. and i heard something interesting and i wanted to get your take on it, michael. we know the gunmap was investigated twice by the fbi, but fbi agents are prohibited by law from sharing thatormation w enforcement the case? >> not so much the local law enforcement. i guess, here was the question if they could share it with the security company that hired the individual. if there was a concern about a person that guarded a courthouse, should that have been shared by the guard company
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itself? what kind of fbi share with people protecting critical infrastructure in this country? >> as you know, being here in new york when the worst of it happened in 9/11. stove piping of information was a concern that came out of the 9/11 commission report. there was not enough information sharing going on among the agencies. should there be more with the fbi to local police agencies and private companies. >> i think there should be. if you need security clearance, they should be granted to the companies that provide armed protection to critical infrastructure. jon, when the 9/11 attacks happened and we were not focusing on the home grown radical threat. that was folks over seas and whether or not they would share the fbi or secret service or
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share with places like new york city. here this threat came from like anywhere like in san bernardino. what type of information would make it effective and actionable. >> there is concern over the three hours between the initial shooting and swat team was able to storm the club. i want your thoughts on that? >> it is a challenging situation for law enforcement. training mechanism, when you come to a scene. unless like in columbine, they are taking lives. but barricaded is a hostang situation. they they are rounding up victims and you have a amount of time you have to interdict. >> obvious police waited with
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good reason because they thought there was a hostage situation and if they go in with guns blazing more hostages would diechlt how to you know in the immediate moment which is the best approach. >> the command decisions must be made on the scene based on the best information they have and knowing in a critical situation like this. information is so fluid and you get false reports and misinformation and hard for the commander on the scene to make the exact decision and yet that is their responsibility. >> what worries me now is what is to prevent soft targets from falling victim to this kind of thing that happened. >> what is bizarre is the inclusion of the anti- gay issue. you have two concerns.
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could you be an isis sympathizer and join in that effort or a personal hatred that you go against the gay community? >> and isis is known to take suspected homosexuals and throw them off roofs for example? >> exactly. could you have somebody like the gentleman in california heading to the gay pride parade with with no isis connection and going to try to target the gay pap raid based on the information we have from reporting? it is another dynamics for someone wanting to get engaged violently. and given the intention and he was heavily armed with the handguns and multiple magazines, the police did as good as they
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could have getting it cleared out after the initial shots were fired and bringing in the swat team three hours later. this is not a problem. how people react at the same. taking a look at the number of people in the night club and what could have been hats off to the responding units and the efforts they d. >> let's talk big picture about the gunman and his activities. we know he had made a couple of trips to saudi arabia. is there more that could be done and nuggets of information there, that somehow should have been swept up to make an arrest?
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or at least prevent him for instance having a concealed carry license? >> that is the question that director comey will respond to. but the fact of the matter is, when you have someone in this nation talk about p the religion and protected speech and therefore in and of itself a crime. and what the fbi is good to do is to say you know what, we'll make sure if individual was going to act and that is a problem, thank you. >> michael balboni, thank you. >> hillary clinton speaking now. and cancelled campaign fund-raising events as a result of the orlando massacre. but she is holding this event.
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senator brown introduced her. obviously a raucous crowd and hear what the democratic presidential nominee in waiting has to say. thank you all. [applause] thank you, i am absolutely delighted to be back in cleveland and to be here in the industrial innovation center. i've had a chance to learn about the great work you do here. i have especially want to applaud team wendy for everything you do to protect our troops and first responders. [applause] and others from traumatic brain injury. it is so important that we continue to support those who
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protect us. >> some disturbance forcing hillary clinton to take a pause. >> she is in the headquarters of team wendy, a company that makes protective gear and at the moment they are making effective protective head ware that u.s. forces wear. >> it is good to be back in cleveland, i can tell you that. i want to thank, i want to thank your extraordinary senator brown for his leadership and for that very kind and generous introduction. you are fortunate to have him representing you.
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and thank your congresswoman who is both indomable and she is a tenacious advocate and mayor jackson, county executives, and i particularly want to recognize the passing of george bonovich who was the mayor of cleveland and governor and senator and we send our prayers and sympathy to his family. i also want to thank dan moore, owner and founder of this company and team wendy for his belief in cleveland, for his commitment to create jobs. i can't wait to work with him to do more of what he has
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accomplished here. [applause] you know originally i had intended to come to cleveland under very different circumstances. we are heading into a general election that could be the most consequential of our lifetime. but today is not a day for politics. on sunday, americans woke up to a night mayor that is mind numbingly familiar. another act of terrorism in a place no one expected. a madman filled with hate, with guns in his hands, and just a horrible sense of veggance and vindictiveness in his heart apparently consumed by rage against lgbt americans and by extension the openness and diversity that defines our american way of life.
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we will learn more about the killer in the days to come. we know that he pledged allegeance to isis and they are now taking credit and that part of their strategy is to radicalized individuals and encourage attacks against the united states even if they are not coordinated with isis leadership. but well is a lot we still don't know including what other mix and motives that drove him to kill. the more we learn what happened, the better we will protect our people going forward. in the days ahead, we'll learn more about the many lives he viciously cut short. many of them young people, just starting out in their lives. they were travel agents, farm see teches, college students, and amusement park workers.
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sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, and they had one thing in common, they had a lot more to give. we should take a moment amid our busy lives to think about them and pray for everyone that was killed, for the wounded, those who are fighting to regain their lives and futures, and for our first responders who walked in to danger, one more time. as a mother, i can't imagine what those families are going through. but let's also remember the other scenes that we saw on sunday. we saw the faces of some of those first responders who rushed into danger and tried to save as many people as they could. we saw survivors like chris hanson who risked their lives to help others. people gathering outside of hospitals to comfort anxious
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family members. waiting for news of loved ones. and waiting, too, to learn more about what they could do to make sure this never happened again. religious leaders condemning hate and appealing for peace. and people lining up to donate blood. americans refusing to be intimidated or divided. yesterday, i called miar dyer of orleft-hando and offered my support and appreciation for the leadership that he and other officials have shown. this is a moment when all americans need to stand together. no matter how many times we endure attacks like this, the horror never fades. the murder of innocent people, breaks our hearts. tears at our sense of security and makes us furious.
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now, we have to steal our resolve to respond and that's what i want to talk to you about. how we respond. the orlando terrorist may be dead, but the virus that poisoned his mind remains very much alive. and we must attack it with clear eyes, steady hands, unwavering determination and pride in our country and our values. [applause] >> i have no doubt, i have no doubt we can meet this challenge if we meet it together. whatever we with learn about p this killer, his motive in the days ahead, we know already the
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barbarity that we face. in the middle east isis is attempting a religious gen soyed and slaughtering muslims who refuse their ways. they are beheading civilians and executing lgbt people. they are murdering americans and europeans, enslaving and torturing and raping woman and girls. in speeches like this one, after paris, brussels, and san bernardino. i laid out a plan to defeat isis and other radical jihadiist groups. the attack in orlando makes it more clear. we can't contain the threat. we must defeat. it and the depend news is, the coalition effort in syria and iraq, has made recent gains in
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the last months. so we should keep the pressure on ramping up the air campaign, accelerating support for our friends, fighting to take and hold ground and pushing our partners in the region to do even more. we also need continued american leadership, to help resolve the political conflicts that fuel isis recruitment efforts. but as isis loses actual ground in iraq and syria, it will seek to stage more attacks and gain stronger footholds wrvr it can from afghanistan, libya to europe. the threat is metacicizing. we saw it in paris and in brussels. we face a twisted ideology and poisoned psycheicology that
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inspires the so- called lone welfares. individuals that may who may or may not have direct and contact from any formal organization. so yes, efforts to defeat isis on the battlefield must succeed, but it will take more than that. we have to be just as adaptable be and versatile as our enemies. as president, i will make a death defying and stopping lobe wolves a top priority. [applause] i will put a team together from across our government, the entire government as well as the private sector and communities to get on top of this urgent
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challenge and i will make sure our law enforcement and intelligence professionals have all of the resources they need to get the job done. as we do this, there are three areas that demand attention, first, we and our allies must work hand in hand to dismantle the networks that move money and propaganda and fighters around the world. [applause] we have to stem the flow of jihadiist from europe, america and iraq and syria andan and ba the only way to do this is working closely with our partners. strengthening our a liiance and not weakening them and walking
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away from them. and second, here at home. harden our own defenses. we have to do more to support our first responders, law enforcement and intelligence officers that do incredible work every day at great personal risk to keep our country safe. [applause] i have seen firsthand how hard their job is and how well they do it. in orllano, at least one police officer was shot in the head. thankfully, his life was shared by a kevular helmet. something folks here at team wendy know a lot b. [applause] it is often been said that our law enforcement and intelligence
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agencies and first responders have to be right 100 percent of the time. the terrorist only have to be right once. what a heavy responsibility. these men and women deserve both our respect and gratitude and they deserve the right tools and resources and training. too often state and local officials can't get access to intelligence from the federal government to help them do their jobs. we need to change that and we also need to work with local law enforcement and business owners on ways to protect vulnerable so called soft targets like night clubs and shopping malls and hotels and movie theaters and schools and houses of worship. now, i know a lot of americans
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are{how it was possible that someone already on the fbi's radar could have still been able to commit an attack like the one in orlando? and what more we can do to stop this kind of thing from happening again. we have to see what the investigation uncovers. if there are things that can and should be done to improve our ability to prevent. we must do them. we know that we need more resources for the fight. professionals that keep us safe would be the first to say we need better intelligence to discover and discourage terrorist plots before they are carried out. that's why i proposed an intelligence surge across the board with appropriate safe guards here at home. even as we make sure our security officials get the tools they need to prevent attacks, it's essential that we stop
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terrorist from getting the tools they need to carry out the attacks. [applause] that is especially true when it comes to assault weapons like those used in orlando and san bernardino. [applause] now, i believe weapon was war have no place on our streets. we may have our disagreements of gun safety regulations, we should all be able to agree on
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a few essential things. if the fbi is watching you, for suspected terrorist links, you shouldn't be able to just go buy a gun with no questions asked. [applause] and you shouldn't be able to exploit loop holes and evade criminal background checks by buying on line and at a gun show. [applause] and yes, if you are too dangerous to get on a plane, you are too dangerous to buy a gun in america. now, i know some will say
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assault weapon asks background checks are totally separate issues and nothing to do with terrorism, well in orlando and san bernardino terrorist used assault weapons. a r-15 and they used it to kill americans. that was the same assault weapons used to kill those little children in sandy hook. we have to make it harder for people who should not have those weapons of war, and that may not stop every shooting or every terrorist attack, but it will stop some and it will safe lives and it will protect our first
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responders. and i want you to know, i will not stop fighting for these kinds of provisions. the third area that demands attention is preventing radicalization and countering efforts by isis and other terrorist networks to recruit in the united states and europe. for starters, it is long past time for the saudis, the kuwaitis and others to stop their citizen ises from funding extremist organizations. [applause] and they should stop supporting radical schools and mosques around the world that have sent too many young people toward
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extremism. we also have to use all of our capabilities to counter jihadiist propaganda on line. this is something i spent a lot of time on in the state department. as president, i will work with our great tech companies from silicon valley and boston to step up our game. we have to do a better job intercepting isis' communication and tracking and analyzing social media posts and mapping jihadiist networks and promoting credible voices that provide alternatives to radicalization. and there is more to do off line as well. since 9/11, law enforcement agencies have worked hard to build relationships with muslim american communities. millions of peace- loving muslims live and work and raise their families in america.
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and they are the most likely to recognize the insidious affects of radicalization before it is too late and the best position to help us block it. and so we should be intensifying contacts in those communities and not scapegoating and isolating them. last year, i visited a pilot program in minneapolis that helped parents, teachers and iman and mental health professional to work with law enforcement to intervoen before it was too late. and worked with local leaders in los angeles and other places and
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we need more efforts like that in more cities across america. and as a director of the fbi points out. we should avoid eroding trust in that community that only makes law enforcement's job more difficult. inflammatory anti- muslim rhetoric and threatening to abandon family and friends of muslim americans and millions of muslim business people and tourist from entering our country hurts the vast majority of muslims who love freedom and hate terror. [applause] so does saying that we have to start special surveillance on our fellow americans because of their religion. it is no coincidence that hate
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crimes against american muslims and mosques have tripled after paris and san bernardino. that's wrong and it is also dangerous. it plays right into the terrorists' hands. none of us can close our eyes to the fact that we face enemies who use distorted version of islam to slaughter people. they would take us back to the stone age if they could. just as they did in parts of iraq and syria they targeted lgbt americans out of hatred. and bigotry. and an attack on any american is an attack on all americans. [applause]
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and i want to say this. to all of the lgbt people grieving today in florida and across our country, you have millions of allies who will always have your back. and i am one of them. from stone wall toulara me and now orlando, we have seen too
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many examples of the struggle to live freely and openly and without fear has been met by violence. we have to stand together. be proud together. there is no better rebuke to the terrorist and all of those who hate our open, diverse society is an asset in the struggle of terrorism and not a liability. it makes us stronger and more resistant to radicalization and this raises a larger point about the future of our country. america is it strongest when we all believe that we have a stake in our country and our future. this vision has sustained us from the beginning. the belief that yes, we are all created equal and the journey we have made to turn that it into reality over the course of our
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history. that we are not a land of winners and losers, that we should all have the opportunity to live up to our god given potential and we have a responsibility to help others do so as well. [applause] you see, as i look at american history, i see that this has always been a country of "we" not "me". we stand together because we are stronger together. one, out of one has seen us through the darkest chapters of our history. every since 13 squa blick
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collease put aside their differences and united. generation after genation fought and marched and organized to it widen the circ isle of dignity and opportunity, ending slavery, securing and expanding the right to vote, throwing open the doors of education, building the greatest middle-class the world has ever seen, and we are stronger when more people can participate in our democracy. [applause] we are stronger when everyone can share in the rewards of our economy and contribute to our community and when we bridge our divides and lift each other up instead of tearing each other down. we have overcome a lot. and we will overcome the threats
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and radicalization. here in ohio and across america, i've listened to people talk about the problems that keep you up at night. the bonds that hold us together and as one national economy are strained by a economy that is limited and by social and political divisions that have diminished our trust in each other and our confidence in our shared future. well, i have heard that. and i want you to know as your president, i will work every day to break down all of the barr r barriers holding you back and keeping us apart. we'll get an economy for everyone and forge a new sense of connection and shared responsibility and of each other and our nation. and finally, finally, let me
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remind us all, i remember, i remember how it felt on on the day after 9/11. and i bet many of you do as well. americans from all walks of life, rallied together, with a sense of common purpose on september 12th. and in the days and weeks and months that followed, we had each other's backs. i was a senator from new york. there was a republican president, a republican governor, and a republican mayor. we did not attack each other. we worked with each other to protect our country and to rebuild our city. [applause] president bush went to a muslim
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community center just six days after the attacks to send a message of unity and solissidarity it anyone who wanted to take out their anger on muslim neighbors and fellow citizens, he said, that should not and will not stand in america. it is time to get back to the spirit of those days. the spirit of 9- 12. and make sure we look to the best of our country and the best within each of us. democratic and republican presidents have risen to the occasion in the face of tragedy. that is what we are called to do, my friends, and i am so confident and optimistic that is exactly what we will do, thank you all so much. >> hillary clinton, the presumed democratic nominee for president, speaking inplace
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called team wendy. a factory and company in cleveland that makes high- tech head gear to protect our troops. apparently it is very effective and they have worked on new and interesting ways to armor the head and she chose that as the place to give this speech. and she promised as president, we she will devote sources of the fbi to rooting out lone wolf terrorist like the one we saw who shot up the night club in america killing 49 people. the question is how dew do that? we'll get more information about that in the days and weeks ahead. >> breaking news. and new information on how fbi agents are piecing together how the terror unfolded and if the
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gunman was with a larger network. catherine herridge, has more. we had a briefing from the fbi director and you were in on a q&a session. what did you learn? >> reporter: we got more information from the fbi director about the bureau's contacts with the shooter in 2013 and 14. fbi director james comey said there was a full fbi investigation of omar mateen and ten months in length and opened after he told a co-worker that he had family connections to al-qaeda and a member of a shiite terrorist organization and he opened that law enforcement would raid his home and shoot his wife so he would martyr himself. that involved the use of confidential informants and surveillance by the fbi and two
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in person introduce with omar matone and during that period he was on the watch list. if he attempted to buy a fire arm, the fbi would have been flagged. at the end of ten months, the investigation was closed. they took mateen's statements that he was trying to taunt his co-workers because he was marginalized because of his muslim faith. there was not a second full investigation of mateen, rather he came up in the course of an investigation of the florida man, monor albut sala who was a suicide bomber in al-qaeda that same year. they went to the same mosque. one of the witnesses at the mosque alleged that omar mateen said he was watching recruitment and radicalization videos from
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cleric al- waki. he was a instigator and common thread in the home grown plots. that was closed and not considered to be a matter to be pursued further. he came up within months in a separate fbi investigation of the suicide bomber. >> catherine, along the way, the fbi said he was married and had a family and therefore not a threat? >> reporter: well, that's right. the other point i would make, there was more detail about p the 911 calls and what we know now, three inside of the club. first he hung up and the second a brief conversation with the operator and third dispatcher called back and he claimed allegeance to isis and solar id with the tasarnaev brothers. and the american boerm in syria.
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>> catherine herridge, thanks. lone wolf attacks on the front burn per in washington. what law enforcement can do to keep americans safe especially on soft targets. that's next. i'm only in my 60's. i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80%
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>> the tragedy in orlando shedding light on the challenge of keeping americans safe. omar mateen had been on the radar by the fbi interviewed by them three times. the gunman was not the target of a current investigation but not under surveillance though he was in the past. bob advises schools on security. bob, good to see you. we learned a lot about the fbi investigation and one thing that catherine herridge reported in the very end, they determined he
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had contact with a suicide bomber and also in his job, they realized he had a job in a security firm and married with a wife and kids, and seemed not to be a threat? >> right, the investigation didn't go all of the way and get all of the information they needed. if you look at the manpower and calls and investigations they get involved with, it makes you think we need more resources. look at boston bombings and san bernardino. it is happening in our country and we need more resources to deal with it effectively. >> it is basically more money and that's what the government always asked for. tsa and security. or is there a better way to cut through the bureaucracy and get smarter with these things. >> we do more with companies and works with governments and
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embassy and homeland security is so big. there is 20 something agencies and leaving the fbi and a tf under the department of justice. maybe an agent carved out of the fbi or combined with others to work in the embassy and work with police departments in our country and there, so we can carve it out and stay focused. >> sorry, we are short on time. we followed hillary clinton's speech out of cleveland today. jon? >> the massacre in the gay club exposing deep divisions of how americans should respond. our political panel talks about that. can investigate and invest in vests... or not in vests. sign up at and get up to six hundred dollars.
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americans right now are united in grief, but politically divided after the orlando massacre. politicians across the country at odds over the best way to prevent future attacks. let's talk about it with a.b. stoddard, associate editor and columnist for "the hill" and vince is executive editor of "the daily caller." to listen the president, vince, this is a gun control issue. >> right. the president wants to make this about gun control and his aides have been frustrated in the past by the way the president responds to terror events. they don't often see his response as commensurate to what the average american views as a serious threat. go back to december. polling came out showing that americans consider terrorism the number one issue. meanwhile, gun control is just at 7% of the country who feel that way, so obama often takes an opportunity like this and makes it a gun control fight which most americans don't share that view. >> yeah. i was going to say, a.b., when americans look at what happened in orlando, are they thinking
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more background checks? >> well, actually i do think, john, that a time like this because we've had another attack on the homeland, this isn't the first, but it's the worst. there are even people who support background checks and some gun controls really who actually want to hear more about why this is happening in the homeland, why someone is on the radar screen of the fbi and still can pull off an attack this devastating, and i think that at these moments they really want to see what -- what plans that the administration has to -- to make a change in their policy and try to mitigate this threat at home. this is something obviously isis has grown under obama's watch. the attacks are now happening here and people are thinking this could have been done with pipe bombs and thinking beyond guns this morning about why this is happening at home. >> we just heard hillary clinton say, you know, in her administration there will be every resource devoted to stopping lone wolves. well, vince, if that kind of ability exists, why isn't it under way right now? >> right, and this is kind of
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interesting coming from the left. i'll note that hillary clinton does sound stronger than president obama when it comes to sort of addressing the problems of isis and terror. she started today started saying radical islamism for the first time and when it comes to the lists that they want to compile, that hillary clinton is alluding, to the left often has a lot of trouble with in. look at new york city where they tried to increase surveillance of communities, high-risk communities involved in terrorism and they got huge blowback from the left. if hillary clinton actually tries to accomplish what she's talking about today, which is to increase surveillance on the types of people who would become lone wolf terrorists, she's going to walk into a minefield of civil libertarians, especially from her own party. >> it is interesting, a.b., when she's up against donald trump who, you know, tweets out radical islam about six times a day, she has used that phrase for the first time today. >> right, and i think she did because trump called her out on it, but she wants to
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aggressively campaign on a detailed plan for isis and point out that he doesn't have any specifics, and i think the challenge to her is to calm down the perception this she was on watch at the obama administration when isis grew and metastasized. that's going to be a big challenge for her going forward and we'll see if the voters prefer her measure and her specifics over, you know, trump's call for something tougher and something different. >> a.b. stoddard from "the hill" and vince coglianase from "the daily caller," we'll be right back. >> thank you. (war drums beating)
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youy you youyy. hundreds of people showing up to donate blood in the wake of the terror attack. in some cases the line stretched around the corner for several blocks in very hot water. the spokesman for one facility said the response was so overwhelming which is why they had to turn people away. they say they still need more blood, especially in coming days with o-negative blood types who
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are considered to be universal donors. >> good thing to do, wherever you are in the country. >> certainly. a good reminder. >> great working with you today in such a horrific story. good reporting coming out of it. >> thanks for joining us today. "the real story" with gretchen starts now. thanks. knocks news alert. fbi going through the orlando shooter's electronics as we speak, and we're learning now more about the 911 calls that he made during the attack on the gay nightclub that left 49 people dead. hi, everyone. i've gretchel carlson. this is "the real story" for a money. we're getting new video the moment the s.w.a.t. team entered the club with guns blazing. it's a bit graphic. listen to this. k" [ rapid gunfire ] >> and the fbi now confirming another disturbing detail, that the shooter


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