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so we are on it. we're on it. we'll have all of the details. no speculation tomorrow. thank you for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember the spin stops here. we're looking out for you. breaking tonight, fox news channel learning details of a training unit specifically preparing islamic state terrorists to carry out attacks on western targets around the world, including the united states. welcome to "the kelly file," everyone. i'm megyn kelly. correspondent catherine herridge learned some remarkable new detail from her sources of the terror threat to the united states. she's with us here in moments. ironically, this new reporting comes on the same day the director of cia went on the record saying he would not be surprised if we saw an islamic state terror attack on the homeland just like the one we saw at one of europe's busiest airports roughly 24 hours ago.
plus the former head of the defense intelligence agency is asking tonight why no one is talking about orlando any longer. when the worst terror attack on u.s. soil since 9/11 happened just a couple of weeks ago, already we moved on. he is with us here tonight and we will hear from general michael flynn in moments. plus, congressman peter king is here. on warnings from director brennan and what might happen before the end of ramadan next week. we begin tonight with reporting from our own catherine herridge this evening. catherine? >> officials briefed on the intelligence says isis has as many as six terror cells whose only job is to train terrorists outside iraq and syria. today the cia director said he wouldn't be surprised if isis isn't targeting american airports. >> when individuals are trained to carry out the so-called suicide attacks, that kill and maim so many people, they don't
have to worry about an a escape route. it makes it much easier. >> tonight we learn about the level of coordination with the first bomb going off outside the entrance of the international arrival terminal. second bomber detonates once inside the hall and third inside the terminal itself. once he was shot by security and unable it run. based on the 42 dead and more than 200 injured, counterterrorism contact suggested suicide best use weapons grade explosives and the high number of shrapnel and pock mark damage on the terminal. the bombs appear to be totally different. in brussels, suitcases packed with an explosive made from materials you can buy at the hardware store. but it is highly unstable. this attack is having a clear an direct impact on american airports. visible security patrols today are increasing at the pick-up
and drop-off zones and tonight homeland security is considering whether they need to expand the airport perimeter. megyn? >> catherine herridge, thank you. joining me, peter king, counterterrorism and intelligence, congressman, good to see you tonight. so your information about the airport and cia's director's admission that he would be surprise fd if isis is not targeting them. >> megyn, i'm not surprised at all. i want to give john brennan credit. he seems to be the one voice in the administration telling the truth here. we should not at all be surprised that isis is planning attacks again the u.s. over a month ago they called for attacks in europe in the u.s. and ramadan and ramadan still has 67 days to go. isis fighters are trained. they are very much trained. and right now director comey probably has over 800 investigations going on in this
country alone involving isis. and we have to be on our with guard. we can move out the perimeter and have all of the security at the airport and we should. don't get me wrong. fact is only way to stop these attacks is to stop them before they start and that requires intelligence, surveillance, monitoring, requires sources, undercovers, all that which the obama administration didn't want to talk about. >> we have heard talk of increasing, we have heard it reported, they increase security at airports in new york and new jersey areas and now some are talking about changing structure. should we change structure such as security, that the security lines we have to go through, should they be when you first get into the airport? i mean, is this likely to happen and is this just a comfort discussion as the cancer metastasi metastasizes? >> we have new technology. new perimeters.
and use of guard dogs, and bomb inspection dogs and also license readers and all that, and moving the perimeter if we have to. but again, megyn, if someone has explosives and they have ar-15 or ak-47, odds are they will succeed. if they go to a subway station or shopping center, they will succeed. only way we have a real hop of stopping them is to stop before they start. that requires surveillance and obama people call it snooping and spying. >> there is not support for that? or for senator john mccain's push to explain the capability of feds to expand looking at people's facebook and twitter accounts. things that wouldn't necessarily be made public? >> yes. and again, we are in time of war. for instance, i believe if that's been done with the shooter in orlando we could have found out a lot more about him beforehand. right now we are still treating
15 years later too many of these cases as ordinary law enforcement cases. now you have general flynn coming on. he is an advocate to being aggressive. we have to. this is not like going after a burglar or after a bank robber or murderer. we are talking about going after an army that wants to kill us and has troops right here in our country and are being investigated by the fbi. again we can't treat it as law enforcement. we have to stop them and get them. >> congressman peter king. thank you, sir. >> megyn, thank you. >> our next guest spent more than three decades in the military, including ten years doing intelligence work. and the sister to the cia. general michael flynn is asking why the obama administration is so quick to move on from orlando. worst attack since 9/11. less than three weeks after it happened. general michael flynn joins me now. author of the new book, field of fight, how he can win the war
against radical islam. >> thanks for having me. >> why do you think that is? no one is talking about orlando any more. >> so after the terrorist attack, the most recent terrorist attack in turkey, i'm paying very close attention to this entire problem we are having. and all of a sudden orlando drops off the screen. we barely, if anyone is talking about, san bernardino. i feel bad. i'll bet you those people that lost loved ones, no one is even talking to them any more. we have a problem as congressman king just pointed out, we have a problem right here in our homeland. turkey is another example of this radical ideology we are facing and we must discredit this ideology. we can build all sorts of fences and security systems that we want but until we go after the ideology, radical islamist ideology, megyn, until we decide to do that, all the tactics in the world, all of the little things we do around airports, that's just actually increases
the cost and that is for the advantage of our enemy. >> it doesn't feel like it doesn't -- >> no. >> doesn't feel like it is doing anything other than now comfort check. >> and actually every time they do one of these things, what it does is increases the cost for our own security and we just can't afford to do this any more. we must decide that, you know, internationally we have not really stated what our real strategy is, as america -- >> wait, let me ask you about that. the obama administration has made progress -- >> no. >> yes, in iraq. >> no. >> taken back cities. no longer controlling fallujah. mosul is basically -- >> here is how people have to look at this. we have a very, very tactical strategy. meaning narrow and short term. we go after, do these attacks in
iraq and raqqa and ramadi and little places. they counter take in san bernardino, orlando, turkey, and in many other places. megyn, over a thousand people killed be and thousands wounded. >> how do we stop that? you heard president obama, the administration sounds almost defeated when it comes to homegrown terror. it is hard. a needle in a hay stack. a piece of hay that will become a needle and detecting that is almost impossible. >> secretary kerry. and i believe he did a disinterest to us when he said hey we can't stop these. >> they are desperate. >> yes. >> isis is desperate. >> yeah. so we have to put up with this nonsense? no, we do not have to put up with this nonsense. first thing we have to do is destroy what i would call the jihadis or soldiers of this effort and we have to capture and kill their leadership.
that can be done and that is done locally and middle east and other parts of the arab world. the second thing, and actually, i still believe it's most important is we must discredit this ideology. we also have to then warn, put out a warning to all of the nations around the world that are supporting these guys. and give them fair warning. you either support them or we're going to come in and get them from you. this is a very dramatic effort that we are going to have to put up with and i can't -- i'm not going to sit here and tell you this won't be cheap and without violence. it is. but when we start -- when we continue to see the level of fear that's being increased, level of cost that's being increased by these guys, the international community cannot stand for this type of behavior on an international stage like we have seen again and again and again. here we have the president of
the united states up in canada talking about climate change. god, we just had the largest take, as you said, on our own soil in orlando. who is talking about that? i mean, chattanooga, boston. people forget about 9/11. this is not about guns. they used planes, suicide bombs in turkey, cylinders in boston. we have a responsibility and we have to rebuild the trust between the american public and our federal government and our federal government has got to get its acted together. >> the normalization of this sort of homegrown domestic terror, if you will, is done right disturbing. general, i got to run. great to see you as always. >> thank you. >> people are starting to compare donald trump's response to that of president obama. we will tell you how those two stack up side by side, fair and balanced in a moment, when chris and dana perino join us right
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breaking tonight, new fall out from the terror attack that left more than 40 dead and 200 injured at folks across the country start to compare the action in istanbul. reaction from donald trump to the man of that he wants to replace, president barack obama. take a look, and you decide. >> yeah, killing innocence. they are continually losing ground. >> they are spreading like wildfire. isis is spreading. >> they are going to be on the run wherever they hide. >> they probably think we're weak, we're stupid.
>> we will not rest until we have dismantled. >> so we can't do water board bei ing. but they can chop off heads. >> do what is necessary it make sure that these kinds of terrible events are not happening. >> we have to fight so viciously and violently because we are dealing with violent people. vicious people. >> joining me now, our fox news digital politics editor and dana perino, former white house secretary to george w. bush and cohost of the five. good to see you both. what a contrast, right? you take it. >> you could hardly find a greater contrast than the two point. remember, the president, no drama obama message is always, everything is fine. and normalizing. this is the new normal. sometimes there are terror attacks, sometimes no attack,
sometimes an isis state in northern iraq but thing are fine. it's okay. trump, the world is exploding, everything is falling apart, and i'm going to kill, kill, kill, kill. you couldn't be different. couldn't be more different. >> even problem dana for hillary clinton is she will get associated with president obama where as the people seem more in tune, at least in term of feelings, with trump. 84% now say they are nervous about our nation's ability to prevent a terrorist attack. 84%. back in june 2005 it was 50%. >> people worrying about national safety, which they shouldn't have to because the government should handel that problem. an i feel like president obama has the same exact language he uses after all of these attacks.
and if he says there is no existential threat against us one more time, i'm going crazy. we just had orlando. that's an existential threat. i understand he doesn't want us to worry all the time and keep everybody calm. he is also trying to protect the narrative he has done everything he can to keep us safe. donald trump is actually -- i don't think he is so much saying i'm going to kill, kill, kill. it is that i will be able to fight for you. we have to do something rather than just sitting here saying there is no existential threat. >> but the problem, stierwalt, is that okay he will say be i'm going to water board and saying these things that we won't be allowed to do, the law changed such that we can't. that's about as specific as we got. what we heard mostly is generalizations which led to this exchange. here is trump and the exchange with mark cuban on the show last night. watch this. >> there is something going on that's really, really bad. all right? it's bad. we better get smart and we
better get tough. >> whether hillary or donald, you can't just say this is bad, bad, very bad and we need to get tough. you know, at some point, both sides have got to dig in and start at least trying to come up with solutions. >> you tell me whether he is right. >> look, in 2008, if barack obama add great opportunity, which comes rarely. you get to run as a challenger against, when a party is trying to keep the white house, this is why it is hard it keep the white house for three terms in a refor one party, is barack obama could say i'm going to heal the earth and everybody will get ice cream cones. >> well he did. >> i got my ice cream cone. >> well i don't know about cones but he said the earth would be healed. >> well i think ice cream would have gone further. when you run against an incumbent party, john mccain had to run as incumbent and barack obama could talk about everything, george w. bush's dumb war in iraq.
he said they would fix it and be so smart. and the real problem is these dummies don't know how to do it and i'll do it right. that's a privilege, advantage, you get when you run this way. hillary clinton has to run as incumbent. donald trump can say anything. she can barely say anything at all. >> but the problem for him is that the rhetoric he has used in gop primaries doesn't seem to play quite as well in the general election because the polls show that the american public preferred her response to terror attack in orlando to donald trump's. >> yes. so now we have a situation where i think mark cuban is exactly right. now that you know where they stand, he said he would be more hawkish than she would be. even though in her book she said they wanted to do more in syria but was overruled by barack obama, she is stuck. 63% of democrats or 8 0% of democrats think he is doing a great job and the rest of the country doesn't tp she is in a box.
mark cuban is right. i would like it ask both candidates, what specifically would you do differently from a strategical and tactical point of view from your first 90 days in office. because you will inherit this problem. >> right. now going home it see the fireworks, we have been left unprotected. the president is in canada and congress is watching fireworks. okay. what a shock. 84% think we're vulnerable to another attack. panel, good to see you. >> thank you. >> you bet. >> you math >>. imagine how the debate would go if you put the counter attack victims and military together with activist and scholars. we just did that and it went a little like this. >> so you can love them and stick your head in the sand and when they come here to kill your family, i'll be here to back you up. >> plus a secret service officer in the clinton white house is out with shocking new allegations. he is here to say why he thinks
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kelly. >> you outheard lieutenant general michael flynn say if we really want to combat and defeat isis, it's going to be violent. some do not see that as an answer. earlier we assembled the powerful panel unlike any we have ever had. among those present, terror attack survivors from orlando. and from ft. hood. first responders including the woman who shot nidal hasan in ft. hood. those on the left and right and those in the muslim community. watch this. >> after all of the wars we fought, after all of the iraqis that had been killed in the name of the united states of america since 1991, all of the blood that's been spilled, no doubt heroically, we are still no safer. so maybe we should start to think of ways of dealing with this that does not directly involve killing more people or having more wars. crazy liberal idea, i know. >> i have to let a veteran respond to that. >> the problem is that isis
sprung up when we stopped in the area and killing bad guys in the area. you can go love them and stick your head in the sand and when they come back and kill your family, i'll be there to back you up. >> for those that are willing it say radical islam is at war with the united states, that's condemnation of islam. that's a false choice that others impose. why can't you have both ideas in your head. that islam is a peace-loving religion. and but that it can be corrupted to a place where it is political and radical and dangerous. >> go ahead. >> you know, when the tea party was up and coming, they had no problems throwing out, you know, throwing the tea party and calling them racist. why can't they call it what it is? how do you fight something that you can't call out? you need to call it out. you need to stop thinking about the kumbaya and your bumper sticker is bleeding all over the place, so spare me.
>> go ahead, kimberly. >> i completely agree. we talk about political correctness. i'm sorry, that's the problem. we exclude his pledge to isis during the take. we exclude hassian being able to go up and his own free will and announce his pledge to, at the time, the taliban, and then he switched over to isis, whatever is the going factor at the time. and we suppress that information. that information is not put out public. because it is politically sensitive. >> what do you think of the push on guns, i'm curious? >> the push on guns is a whole different story. they can throw that out there on every terrorist attack out there. that's not the problem. he was on a watch list. he shouldn't have been able to buy a weapon. that is plain and simple. but that's not the solution. because they are going to get the weapons. whatever the pressure cookers. whatever they want to get to accomplish the goal. >> go ahead. i've got to go, but good ahead,
sir. >> where the problem lies is future leaders. just like they say that these kids don't have anything to look to, our administration failed. because the economics, because of how they teach our kids. they are spending more time teaching our kids to pass tests than the values that make the country great. then when someone says that the islamics, when they kill people, only looking for muslim killed, wh when we got hit, ask the 14 people that died that day, if you were muslim, christian, jewish, whatever. he just started shooting. and even when we was having the trial, the man said, it's god's will. we got to call it what it is. you got grab the stick by the head and kill it. you cannot do it nice. i've never seen anybody win a fight by fighting nice. you have to change the rules of engagement. we have been here and done that.
it is hard when you see someone make an ied and you can't take a person out because you have to get permission from higher-ups. that's the snake right there. as far as guns are concerned, i'm a dad and school teacher. i'm a single parent. my son said, dad, if you fall i will step up. he knows how to operate everything in the arsenal. yes you have to fight fire with fire. >> extraordinary. and we have much more from that panel. tune in to "the kelly file" special terror in america this friday at 9:00. and trust me, you do not want it miss this. up next, former secret service officer gary burn is here with a first-hand account of the scandals he says he saw play out in the clinton white house. plus, if attorney general loretta lynch is leading a criminal investigation into hillary clinton, why was she today meeting with mrs. clinton's husband? former doj attorney jay
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like that. that was the extent of that. and no discussions were held on any cases or anything and he didn't raise anything about that either. >> you don't believe that gives the appearance of impropriety while you are investigating his wife. >> my department is looking at state department issues handled by career investigators and agent who always follow the facts and law aep and dot same thorough and independent examination in this matter that they have done in all. that's how that will be handled. thank you. >> christian adams, chris good to see you. their planes were at the airport and he came over to her plane. >> loretta lynch is the individual megyn who will decide ultimately whether or not to send to the grand jury a recommendation to indict hillary clinton for keeping a private server in bill clinton's basement. and so this is extremely bad
judgment. bill clinton might be a witness. loretta lynch said something important. career people follow the facts and law. also follow her lead. and her lead is that she is buddies with bill clinton. they know that goalpost is that much smaller for them to get a recommendation to go to an indictment. so this is very bad for her to do this. >> it was interesting to hear her say what they didn't talk about. she said they talked a grand deal with about grand children, and there was no discussion of any pending matter before the department. no discussion of benghazi. no discussion of state department e-mail. she did not mention the clinton foundation which bill clinton has been very involved in. and it raises the question of what exactly she left out in her description. and what was his motivation of goinging in that plane and talking to her. >> yeah. well his motivation, you can never know. but the problem is that this has the appearance of impropriety. attorneys general are supposed
to be above this sort of nonsense. you didn't see this sort of behavior from michael mccasey and another attorneys general, both democrat and republican. they would never get within army length of a target investigation and potential witness or family member of that target. that's not what you do. notice how she also down played the doj role like we're looking into state department policies. that is the same nonsense the hillary campaign has been saying and james comey director of fbi blatantly contradicted. >> exactly right. hillary clinton said, how did she put it, just, oh, a policy review. policy review. and james comey came out and said i don't even know what that is. we investigate criminal cases. we're the fbi. in her defense and bill clinton's defense, isn't it possible that with the former president of the united states, he is not just any husband. he is former president of the united states that he would meet with dignitaries like this and officials like this just to glad hand. >> absolutely. but people are not trusting washington institutions.
people are not trusting beltway insiders. it is growing in skepticism around the country. and people are wondering why has this not gone it a grand jury. for what we know about it, county d.a. could probably get a conviction in this case. she is keeping classified information on a home brew server in her basement. this has all the wrong messages to increasingly skeptical america about the institutions in washington, d.c. >> that is a question about what was in her head in terms of the intent that they will be looking into as well. chris, great to see you. >> you too, megyn. >> clintons are also the subject of an explosive new tell-all book. written by a secret service office wloer protected the first family at the white house. that officer said he witnessed signs of altercations, alleged drug abuse among staffers and mistresses on the part of then president bill clinton. now he says a volcanic mrs. clinton is unfit, in his view, for the presidency. joining me now, gary burn,
author of "crisis of character." thank you for being here. how close did you get to the clintons when they were in the white house? >> when i worked in the white house, i was one of my posts was the oval office post right outside the oval office. i was stationed there for approximately three years. and i saw the first family, president especially, and all the senior staff everyday. >> now you talk about she had some salty language and -- >> sure. >> -- and said things not just to him but to secret service agent that you didn't much appreciate. >> yes. >> but you know, was that worst of it? or was it sort of, you allege physical abuse. only towards bill clinton and after his affairs? >> well the physical abuse that we're, i guess we will be talking about, is one morning the president showed up at the oval office with black mark under his eye, they were trying to conceal with make-up.
and the night before there was a bad argument upstairs in the private living quarters. i heard this when i ce in the next morning. supposedly when they had this argument there was a crash. when it was investigated later on there was a broken vase. this story i know has been reported as a lamp or whatever. i saw the vase. after i was told what happened i walked down to the cure rator's office and there was a blue vase, mostly blue and a little white. that told you something happened and it got broke. >> one of the allegations is that she was abusive, foul-mouthed and abusive to her protective detail. throwing a bible at one agent and driving others to alcohol and hookers? come on. she drove the secret service to hookers? come on.
>> no, the extra pressure put on employees, officers and agents, yes they did make mistakes on their behave your. i'm not saying it is her fault. picture yourself, megyn -- >> they are secret service. they are tough. they don't see a hooker because of the first lady's foul mouth. >> put yourself in their place. you are sitting in the limousine and the first lady has a fit, takes a bible and hits you in the back of the head with it. would you accept that behave your where you work now? no, nobody would. this didn't happen everyday but quite a bit. if you take all the scandals that clintons were involved in, you couldn't put them on two pieces of paper single-spaced. >> you know the superiors of yours, president of social agent at secret service said you were too low ranking to witness everything you claim. you could have been on the presidential detail for decades and not rack up the number of scenes that you claim you saw. >> here's the thing, megyn.
i was never on part of the presidential protection i was uniform division. that is fixed post in the white house. those fixed posts have been there for 50 years. they never moved. i was where i said i was. the story i'm telling you is the story of my life. one of the reasons i'm telling it is because you i want my kids know their father did the right thing when he was supposed to. >> this is not me repuning you. >> that's fine. >> but buzz feed is reporting that your story in the book, you claim you saw lipstick and president clinton's semen on towels brought to you by a steward. you claim in your book you removed the towels from the white house grounds and disposed of them. >> i did. put them in a grocery bag. >> buzz feed reported that under oath you testified during the ken star investigation in monica lewinski case and there you said the steward just showed you the towels, said something about lipstick and you testified you didn't see any of the stains and
that the steward kept them. you don't know what he did with them, under oath. that's the end of it. two different stories. how do you explain the diskr disdiscrepan disdiscrepancy. >> well, two different incidences. at one time they talked about a towel and another time they talked about a tissue. you have to put yourself in my position. we had many rules. we couldn't just go in and tell the truth. anything involve is the president we a couldn't talk about and rules change weekly. the truth is the only reason these uniform division officers like myself were being compelled to testify and was because the secret service pushed us forward so the executives of the secret service who knew everything judge star wanted wouldn't have to testify themselves. >> i understand. >> that's the only reason i was ever involveed. bill clinton's bad behavior and because of the secret service pushing us forward. everything in my book is true. that's my life. >> thank you for being here.
>> thank you. i appreciate it. >> democratic strategist julie ra din ski. what did you make of it? >> it is not what i make of it, they say it is what his former superiors make of it. this is startling. he said under oeath he couldn't tell the truth? >> he said i couldn't control what they asked. one incident involved a towel and the other involved -- >> except now he says he witnessed this and under oath he said this is a rumor he heard from bill clinton's steward. he was so low ranking. accord to secret service who were part of the presidential protection unit he would have been outside the very edge of the perimeter. he was never close enough to the first lady or president. >> but then that same president of the association of former agent and secret service came out and said well, there could be a circumstance where uniformed officer might be in the proximity. it is not as if it never happens. it is possible. >> it is possible once. is it possible for the complete
compilation of stories he developed? this is someone who obviously hung out in the map room with bill clinton according to him? enough to witness him having multiple fairs over and over again? once okay, two okay, three? >> he said three or four. >> according to the retired secret service association he would not have been allowed to be within approximation of the president enough to witness anything he said. that is not my saying it, it is former bosses and people who know. >> julie, thank you, ma'am. >> thanks very much. >> several big names came out today with pronouncement that not only will hillary clinton win in november but sweep with an epic landslide. others say, not so fast. 4 by 4 those who jump start the weekend. the one's who want to see it all... hear it all... and feel it all... all summer long.
new radicalization tonight multiple predictions piling up that presumptive democratic nominee hillary clinton will win this november in a landslide a brand new fox poll out tonight show mrs. clinton with a 6 point lead statistician nate silver and president obama's 2008 campaign manager david plouffe and front loading hq's josh putnam to name a few are all pointing to a big clinton win. they say she will have a
comfortable sweep of the electoral college. joining me now with the response to that david wool, attorney and trump supporter and author of the new political thriller out today "the innocent have nothing to fear." stuart stephens. political thriller have striking similarities to the 2016 race, the innocent have nothing to fear, the guilty do. we will talk more with stuart about that some time. okay. so it's over, david. i mean, i don't know why you are bothering to support donald trump because it can take the l out of lover because it is over. >> get the heck out of here. you know, i analyzed that fox news poll really closely today, meg megyn, interesting facets about it. among those interested in the race and i submit to you this year that's a huge number of people they are virtually even. clinton suspect 2 percentage points within the margin of error. they are characterized as likely voters. among independences, donald trump is up 8%.
that's huge, megyn. that's closely in klein with the quinnipiac poll that also came out today that has trump -- basically they are even, clinton 42, trump 40. critically important that poll has donald trump polling higher in the economy, terrorism, leadership, and honesty. we are being attacked left and right by radical jihadis. i don't know what can be more posh. that's huge. i'm not writing him off at all. i think he is going to win. >> what do you think, stuart? >> politics is all about probability. and what nate silver is saying what he is saying 08/20 a greater probability that hillary clinton will win. i think every bit of evidence points to that. it's not to say that trump can't win of course he can. >> what backs that up. fox news poll six points ahead of him. >> most likely to win? >> yeah. >> there is sort of two big warning signs out there i think for donald trump. >> one is that he is yet to
coalesce republicans. you need to get whether or not you are democrat or republican you need to get 90% of support from your own party. trump hit a high water mark of 892 and now is he in the mid 40's now. >> that's not something you can fix. >> romney had 93%. >> which is really standard frankly. you have to get that to be in the game. the other thing that would bother me if i was donald trump, guy, is his seeming inability to get much over 40% in any of these polls. it's been a long time since he has been north of 40 in a poll. and that, i think, is tied to two factors. his high unfavorability, somewhere between 60% and 70% of the country has unfavorable view of him which makes him hard to recruit new customers. it's like getting bad online reviews. and the second thing is the fact that democrats right now have a generic advantage over republicans.
that's pulling trump up. >> the thing is, david, everyone knows hillary. and you tell me whether trump could change those numbers with some sort of presidential behavior? >> i think he can change the numbers just from the behavior that he exhibits every day, megyn because people like him because is he not a politician. because he does lead. because he does understand the greatest threat we face, this existential threat of global islamic terrorism and people like the way is he dealing with it honestly, your last guest, mr. adams, the attorney analyzing this email situation, there is one thing we are forgetting. i mean, loretta lynch's boss has endorsed bill clinton. she needs to step aside so that an independent prosecutor can come in. when that happens, hillary clinton will be questioned. i think she will take the fifth amendment if she does that that's a catastrophic for her campaign. the whole thing could be done with at that point. so there is so many x fax tores here we are not considering. >> got to leave it at that. >> okay. got to go. out of time. good luck, see you soon. we'll be rig our vitamins contain no gluten,
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>> the innocent have nothing to fear. what do you think? hillary clinton? yes or no. facebook.com/the kel good night, everybody. >> tonight, the left's incompetent foreign policy is creating chaos around the world and a crisis in america. america's mayor, rudy giuliani, is here tonight with reaction. >> if your desperate and if you know you're losing and you know you want to give up your life, then obviously you can do some harm. >> then secretary of state john kerry claims isis is attacking airports because, quote, they're desperate. dr. sebastian gorka is here to respond. >> i think it's pretty clear it's time to move on. >> and hillary clinton says it's time to forget about benghazi but friends and family of those killed refuse to do so. >> hillary as president? though thanks. i served in benghazi.