thanks so much for watching, everyone. i'm trish regan in for megyn kelly. i'm going to see you right back here tomorrow night and every day at 2:00 p.m. on the fox business network. have a terrific night. "ha tonight, donald trump lays out his plan to get this broken economy back on track. >> we will open a new chapter in american prosperity, which is so desperately needed. we need a new chapter. >> former governor rick perry is here to react. and iran executes a nuclear scientist for allegedly spying for the united states. senator tom cotton makes a startling revelation. >> in the e-mails that were on hillary clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman. >> retired lieutenant general mike flynn weighs in tonight. and the mainstream media continues their liberal spin,
saying donald trump kicked a crying baby out of a rally. >> the next day in the newspaper, it says, trump throws baby out of arena. terrible. no, they're very dishonest. >> tonight the baby's mother is standing by donald trump. she's here to set the record straight. plus khizr khan reportedly says allah is making trump slip up. we'll check in with dr. sebastian gorka. he'll respond. "hannity" starts right here, right now. hello. welcome to "hannity." tonight the trump campaign is switching gears. they're focusing on an issue very important to nearly every american, and that's the state of our economy. now, earlier today donald trump unveiled his plan to spark gdp growth and wage increases, and while getting america's fiscal house in order and getting to balanced budgets. watch this. >> i am proposing an across the board income tax reduction, especially for middle income americans. it will present a night and day contrast to the job-killing,
tax-raising, poverty-inducing obama/clinton agenda. all of our policies should be geared toward keeping jobs and wealth inside of the united states. under my plan, no american company will pay more than 15% of their business income in taxes. we will make america grow again. >> joining us now with reaction, senior trade adviser to the trump campaign, dan dom enco is with us, as well as trump's national finance committee chairman man, anthony scare mu chi. i'm going to go through numbers, where we were, where we are and i want everyone to pay attention at home. let's look at the numbers if we can. the average employer-sponsored health care premieum, between 2009 and today, the amount up, 4,170 bucks per family.
remember you were supposed to keep your doctor, keep your plan. the inflation adjusted median household income, well, that's down 185 bucks between january 2009 and june of 2016. okay. real dollars, real down. and you're paying more for insurance. if you look at, for example, the national debt per person, in august of 2016, a whopping $59,783. by the time obama leaves office, he will accumulate more debt than every other president, all 43 presidents before him combined. you want to look at food stamps under obama? look at these numbers. in january of 2009, 31.9 million. today, 44.39 million. look at all the millions of americans now on food stamps. labor force participation. the lowest number since the 1970s, and that means more people out of work. and they don't count those people in the unemployment numbers that you're fed every month because they don't count the chronically unemployed and those who have given up looking for work.
let's talk a little bit about the black community. if you look at food stamp use for black americans, it's up 58%. labor force participation rate, 20% increase in the black community of those out of the labor force. staggering numbers and statistics. if you look at the number of african-americans in poverty, that's up 8% under obama, 8.2% to be exact. number of african-americans, as i said, up by almost 20% that are out of the labor force. homeownership rate for african-americans is down 4.6%. by the way, the lowest homeownership rate in 51 years. and this is the slowest recovery since the 1940s for crying out loud. median household income is also lower for african-americans under obama. as you can see up on the screen, 1.5%. so real simple. we have a doubling of the national debt. we have millions more in poverty and on food stamps. labor force participation lowest in all of these years. you have the worst recovery since the '40s if you want to
even call it a recovery. lowest homeownership in 51 years. hillary is going to do the same. >> you left out one thing, sean. you've created more billionaires. so what typically happens in a left-leaning society is that the rich get very, very rich. they siphon off the top, and then the lower and middle class continues to struggle. so when you have left-leaning policies, you have to judge them by what they actually do as opposed to their intentions. so the plan that donald trump is putting out is a brilliant plan because it inspires confidence. it's simple. it's easy to understand for the small business person, and it will give people the opportunity to start consuming again, which will drive the consumption clock and growth in the united states. >> dan, let's look at what trump laid out today. we'll put it up on the screen. 15% corporate tax. i also like the idea of all these multinational corporations. there's not millions. there's not billions, but there's trillions of dollars parked overseas that they won't bring back to this country
because of the taxation they would face if they brought that money back. you lower the rate, incentivize them to bring it back, that means they'll invest in research and development, in manufacturing centers, in factories. that's jobs for americans. 15% corporate tax. end the death tack. renegotiate nafta. stop tpp. repeal and replace obamacare. hopefully competition will lower the amount of money families are now paying. and lift energy restrictions. how many jobs could be created in the energy field alone, high-paying jobs? and we have the benefit of national security because we're not counting on countries that hate our guts for that lifeblood of our economy. >> sean, everything you say is 100% accurate. the jobs are in the hundreds of thousands if not millions. one thing i'd like to say about trump's speech today, the title of his speech was "america first
economic plan, winning the global competition." that's very key because what he has proposed in the four main principal areas he focused on of taxes, trade, regulatory reform, and energy is all designed to work together to improve our ability to compete in the global economy, not to run from it, not to be isolationist, but to actually go out there and compete and win, and win in such a way that it benefits every american, not just the richest people in america and not just the multinational corporations. most of america has been left behind. >> let's take trump talked about it today. detroit, per capita income under $15,000, about half the national average. 40% of their city residents live in poverty. over two and a half times the national average, anthony. the unemployment rate, more than twice the national average. half of all detroit residents
don't work. this is one of our greatest cities. you look at detroit, baltimore, all democrat-run, and those cities still tend to vote democratic. >> well, now because they're on the poverty maintenance dependcy, sean, and that's why they're voting democratic. what you need to do in cities like that is create free enterprise zones, give them a school choice, which mr. trump talked about today, and create new infrastructure for them, and you'll see those cities regrow. that could be a very, very vibrant city in ten years. >> they're going through entire neighborhoods and consolidating services. >> it's not the only city. you've got newark. it could be new york, sean, if we're not careful here. >> very scary. thank you both. joining us now with more, former 2016 republican presidential candidate rick perry. i have often applauded the job creation in your state of texas while i were governor. if we didn't include nationally
the jobs created in texas, there would have been net negative job growth in obama's term in office. how do you turn this around? what did you think of trump's speech? and how do you compare it to the last eight years? >> well, it was spot-on, and it was also simplistic, and i think that's really important. for almost 14 years, from 2001 through 2014, there was an experiment, if you will, the 12th largest economy in the world put tax policy into place, regulatory policies in place, public school policies into place, legal policies into place, and it exploded. and i'm talking about the state of texas. it exploded job creation wise all across the sector, whether you were african-american, whether you were hispanic, whether you were in the lower economic sector or whether you were at the top. you saw improvement. and that occurred because of competition. we competed with these other 50
laboratories of innovation out there, the other states, and we won. and we won because we put tax policy, regulatory policy, doing exactly what donald trump is talking about doing, where america becomes a competitive place again. all of that money that's offshore will flood back in here when you put a tax policy into place that is not confiscatory, and you're absolutely correct about that. this is a beautiful song for people that want to create jobs in this country. >> he pointed out something that i have often pointed out. in new york, about 60 cents. if you have federal taxes, fica taxes, state taxes -- i live in the second highest property tax in the country. sales tax and other hidden taxes, over 60 cents out of every dollar i make goes to government. donald trump pointed out today the average person pays 31.15%
of their wages to income and payroll taxes. local and state taxes adds another 10%, and the business tax rate is near 40% when you add in taxes at the state level, which makes the united states the highest business tax rate among major industrialized countries in the world. if i was a multinational corporation, i wouldn't bring money here, would you? >> no, sir, and they're not. that's one of the reasons we see the offshoring that's occurring is because we're holding them up, and they know that they can't have a return on their investment. wouldn't it be great -- i think americans agree that wouldn't it be great to have a president of the united states who actually put policies into place, devolved power out of washington, d.c. back to these states, and let these states be competitive? and at the international level, send a real message of, listen, if you want to compete, america is fixing to be out there on the playing field with tax policy, regulatory policy. we're going to have public school policies that these states are going to be in charge of, that are really going to create a skilled workforce. at that particular point in
time, america explodes economically. >> governor, i contend that corporations don't pay taxes. corporations pass those taxes on to we. >> i think you're correct. >> so the highest corporate tax rates in the world means we, the consumer, are paying that much more for the goods and services that we buy, correct? >> well, we drive these companies offshore. listen, they have a bottom line. look at what happened in california. we went and recruited businesses out of california and other states, too, but california was where the fishing was the best, and you fish where the fish are. so when you overtax, overregulate, and overlitigate, guess what? they're going to look for places to go, and that's exactly what donald trump's done. when you add the military side of this, and building this military back up and securing this country, economics, military, securing the borders, securing this country, that's what americans are looking forward to. >> you know, donald trump talked about 2,000 new regulations since obama has been president. i used to see you a lot in new york.
you came to new york, and rick scott came to new york. bobby jindal came to new york because you were stealing new york businesses and saying, there's a better economic climate down in texas. how many businesses did you -- were you able to persuade to move down there? >> well, there were a lot. i don't know what the exact number is, but during one period of time, texas created more jobs, and it was like a four or five-year period of time. texas created more jobs than the rest of the country combined. it can happen to this country. >> that's very clever. come to my state. you're helping your state, and you're also helping the companies out because they're all saving money. if we would do that nationally, we'd all make money. >> but you're also helping this country, and that's what this is really all about. >> yes, it is. >> you know, hillary clinton is about four more years of this stagnant economy that barack obama has put into place. i mean he doesn't know how to create jobs because he's never created one in his life. i think it's time to have a president of the united states that understands how to do this. >> governor, good to see you. thank you. congratulations on that great
success story. coming up, iran executes a nuclear scientist. the rogue regime in tehran claiming he was spying for the u.s. plus -- >> in the e-mails that were on hillary clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman. >> senator tom cotton of arkansas makes that stunning revelation, and the clinton campaign is in total spin mode. we'll check in with retired lieutenant general mike flynn. he'll weigh in on that. and also later tonight. >> the whole place is cracking up, and the next day in the newspaper, it said, trump throws baby out of arena. terrible. no. they're very dishonest. >> donald trump calling out the abusive media bias out there, saying that he kicked a crying baby out of one of his rallies. in just a few minutes, you're going to hear from the mother of that infant. she's defending trump. a quick programming note. the 2016 republican nominee will be here tomorrow night, 10:00
welcome back to "hannity." over the weekend, iran announced they recently executed one of their nuclear scientists, shahram amiri. the rogue regime in tehran claimed he was spying for the united states. yesterday senator tom cotton of arkansas made a stunning revelation about this man. take a look. >> you mentioned the iranian scientist that was recently executed. of course i'm not going to comment on what he may or may not have done for the united states government. but in the e-mails that were on hillary clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman. that goes to show just how reckless and careless her decision was to put that kind of
highly classified information on a private server. i think her judgment is not suited to keep this country safe. >> as soon as that interview aired, the news spread quickly. quote, clinton e-mail led to execution in iran, question mark, which donald trump re-tweeted. the clinton campaign firing back today, saying, quote, the trump campaign has never met a conspiracy theory it didn't like. he and his supporters continue to use increasingly desperate rhetoric to attack hillary clinton and make absurd accusations because they have no -- it's pretty remarkable to baselessly claim that hillary clinton is responsible for this tragic death. joining us now, retired lieutenant general michael flynn. going back to tom cotton's statement, i'll read it again. he said, but in the e-mails that were on hillary clinton's private server, there were conversations among her senior advisers about this gentleman. okay. either they were or about this
guy, or they weren't about this guy. and if they were, would that have possibly contributed to this guy's execution? >> yeah. sean, i mean absolutely. you know, let's quit, you know, dancing around what we know is the truth here. the truth is that hillary clinton's extreme carelessness with the use of her unclassified e-mail devices and her unclassified server has placed people at risk around the world. the cost that we -- the unknown cost right now, actually, is something that we're going to have to bear the brunt of for probably years to come. the human cost that we may have just seen in the hanging death of this iranian nuclear scientist who returned to iran and was publicly exposed in some e-mail traffic that hillary clinton's aides have used is just stunning. there's going to be a cost here, and it's a cost to our country's
national security. and it just shows the carelessness, the recklessness, and the lack of accountability of a person who thinks that she should be the commander-in-chief of our country. give me a break. >> you know, i look at all this, and i look at what he said this weekend. this person had access to the country's secret and classified information, had linked to -- this is what iran says according to the a.p. iran confirmed that he had been hanged for treason and spying, and that they said this person had access to the country's secret classified information, has been linked to our hostile and number-one enemy, america, the great satan, a spokesman for the iranian judiciary said. he provided the enemy with vital and secret information about the country. so it would appear that this guy was working for us. it would appear that he was compromised and somehow was found out. now, if senator cotton, pretty credible senator, said that he knows in fact this information came from her server, do you make the connection? is she responsible then by being
reckless and irresponsible and not protecting that server for what happened here? >> yeah. sean, you know, here's what we know, okay? what we know is that hillary clinton, as defined by the director of the fbi, our own director of our own fbi described her as extremely careless with the use of personal devices to send and receive highly sensitive, classified, national security-related information, and the results of that are going to impact us, and they are going to have a a cost -- an economic cost as well as human cost. and this recent example is likely one of those. and i applaud senator cotton for standing up to be counted. i mean this is a -- you know, hillary clinton is just someone who is not accountable. she is -- she was reckless in her use of this means of communicating while she was the secretary of state of this country. and i'm telling you that, you
know, knowing what the possibilities are that she also exposed, there are going to be other untold costs that are going to come at the expense of our nation's national security. >> let me play tom cotton from "fox news sunday" yesterday, talking about the money that was given to iran, and we now have the confirmation of one of the hostages that that plane wasn't allowed to taxi and take off until that money landed, that plane landed. let's go to tom cotton. >> it doesn't really matter what president obama said. it matters what the iranians think, and it matters what dictators and terrorists and gangsters all around the world think. and they clearly think that this was a ransom payment and that if they take an american hostage, then maybe they too will get a $400 million windfall. that's why it's so dangerous. >> doesn't this encourage other countries now to take americans hostage because now america pays ransom? >> yeah. the perception or reality is sort of what tom cotton talked about. he's right.
i mean, you know, it doesn't make any difference what the real deal was here, what the truth is. frankly it's hard tody certain what the truth is from our current administration because they've been so dishonest on this issue with the whole iranian nuclear deal. it doesn't make any difference. what it does is for the tyrants around the world, and many of them i talk about in my book, sean, they will take advantage of the weakness that the united states of america is demonstrating and has demonstrated for the last eight years. >> general, thank you. we appreciate your insight. unbelievable. coming up next, tonight on this busy news night on "hannity." >> the whole place is cracking up, and the next day in the newspaper, it said, trump throws baby out of arena. terrible. no, they're very dishonest. >> donald trump calls out the abusively biased mainstream media for the dishonest reporting. even the mother of the baby is now calling out the press for
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terrible. no, they're very dishonest. >> donald trump calling out the liberal mainstream media for saying he kicked a crying baby out of a rally. the mother of that baby, devan evener is with us and she's just as outrageoused as donald trump. she says the media has blown this way out of proportion and that donald trump did not kick her out of the rally. devan is here to join us right now. devan, how are you? >> i'm good. how are you? >> by the way, cute baby. let's go to the original comment. he had referred to the baby. he talked about how much he likes babies. he made a big deal about the baby. >> yes, he did. he was really great about it actually. >> let's play it so our audience can be reminded. >> okay. >> don't worry about that baby. i love babies. i love babies. i hear that baby crying, i like it. i like it. what a baby. what a beautiful baby. don't worry. don't worry. the mom's running around like -- don't worry about it, you know.
it's young and beautiful and healthy, and that's what we want. actually, i was only kidding. you can get the baby out of here. >> all right. clearly joking, clearly having fun with it. you didn't know this blew up until when? >> i actually didn't hear the comment until i got home that evening, turned on the news, and actually saw it on fox news actually. >> oh, great. that donald trump kicks baby out of rally. that's what it was saying. >> yes. yes. >> now, from your perspective, what was happening? how long did it go on? you felt compelled to speak out. why? >> well, yeah, because it was just so blown out of proportion. and really i knew he was joking right from the beginning, and he made light of such a situation that normal -- you know, other mothers consider stressful themselves. so i mean it was great that he provided that comic relief for me because it just really did take the stress off of it. >> yeah. >> it was nice. >> and, you know, so you like
donald trump. you went to his rally. you see how the media covers this. he's been making the case that the media is so abusively biased, and i agree with him. what did you learn in this experience? >> don't trust what you hear the media reporting obviously. >> yeah. something i've been preaching for a lot of years here as i kind of feel at times a lone voice in the wilderness. how old is your baby by the way? >> he's a year and a half. >> that's awesome. thank you, devan. here with reaction, cal thomas, kellyanne conway. look at the comparison. you have pat smith speaks at the republican convention. the liberal media, they're using her for political purposes. khizr khan speaks and we're going to have an investigation on him in a few minutes, and the media goes insane. how bad is this? i said in 2007, journalism is dead. >> it's worth than 2007 because i believe that the media this time is proud of their one-sided
coverage. many of them on friday, hillary clinton -- she called it a press conference. it really wasn't. it was with friendly journalists, and what did she say? i demand that you hold me accountable. hillary should have said to the media, thanks for all your help. please send an invoice. there's no pretensz of fair or complete coverage this time. look at this mother, devan evener. i so enjoyed your interview with her. it's worse than the media telling us all how we should think. they actually told us what this woman did think and never asked the woman what she thought about donald trump. >> and saying i love babies. goes on and on about the baby. >> we've all seen it. of course he does. he's a great father, he loves unborn babies too, hillary. >> i would say, sean, that this is a case of the media throwing the baby out with the media water. you know, we have prima fay sha evidence right here in "the new york times" today which is something i read every day along with the bible so i know what each side is doing.
here's the headline on a piece. the challenge trump poses to objectivity. who knew that the media ever considered themselves objective? he goes on to say that because so many reporters hate the guy and think he's a threat to the country, their whole idea of fairness is being challenged. i'd like to know an example of when the reporting of "the new york times" and some of the other media have ever been fair to a republican. they build up somebody maybe in 2000 like john mccain, but as soon as he gets the nomination, they start working on him to tear him down. if mother theresa were running with an r behind her name, they'd criticize her clothing. >> i had three people on my radio show today. one was a mother whose 18-year-old son was killed by the son of an illegal immigrant. i had brian terry. they give guns to the cartels and the kidnappers. i had his brother on talking about it. and a mother of a navy s.e.a.l. who lost her son because of rules of engagement. and i'm thinking none of these people ever get any air time. >> none of them are household
names, and their grief is diminished as if not everyone's loss is the same. i believe it is. i think in this case if the media just exercised proportion control, we would have a much more evenly handed race. but i'll tell you what. it's going to backfire on them. we see it in the numbers sometimes. for all the bad week we had last week, donald trump's image didn't change that dramatically in some of the polls. it's many republicans sending a message. they'll get back to him. the polls will come back around. all i wanted to say about that is part of donald trump's magic is him railing against political correctness, and part of the political correctness that he and his supporters rail against comes from the media. >> cal, good to see you. welcome back to ireland. >> thank you very much. wish i was there right now. >> appreciate your company. coming up, it's being recorded that khizr khan, during an interview said that allah is causing trump to make mistakes on the campaign trail. where is the mainstream media? why aren't they reporting that? we'll check in with sebastian
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>> sharia law, as we have titled it, there is no such thing as sharia law. these are laws of various muslim countries which are hodgepodge of british laws, french laws, portuguese laws. in there, there is tremendous discrimination of genders, which disqualifies them under the constitution of united states, cannot be implemented, cannot be brought. i do not stand for any sharia law because there is no such thing. >> okay. but here's a problem. back in 1983, according to reports, khan wrote about sharia in the houston journal of international law, writing, quote, the invariable and basic rules of islamic law are only those prescribed in the sharia, the koran, and sunnah, which are few and limited. then he went on to say all works which have been written during the more than thirteen centuries
are very rich, but they must always be subordinated to the sharia. unfortunately we have more khan in a recent interview. he also said the terrorists, it has nothing to do with islam. watch this. >> what he fights in the name of islam and all that, that is not islam at all. i wish he would have -- somebody would have put something in his head that these are terrorists. these are criminals. these folks have nothing to do with islam. >> all right. that's not all. khan also participated last week in an interview with the pakistani news channel. now, they're reporting, quote, that he, khan, said that allah makes people like trump to make mistakes to discredit them in public eyes forever. really? here with reaction, the author of the fading jihad, the winnable war, professor of strategy and irregular warfare, dr. sebastian gorka. also the author of the complete infidel's guide to iran, robert
spencer. dr. gorka, if he's saying on the one hand, the rules of sharia, those are the rules to follow back in 1983, and then he's saying that sharia is not a -- you know, not what's practiced, how do you deal with that inconsistency? >> sean, we have to look at the facts. i have no interest in attacking a gold star father, absolutely not. but he became a political actor as soon as he went to the dnc stage and attacked the presidential candidate. let's just look at his statement. there's no such thing as sharia law? if he said that in saudi arabia, he would be in big trouble. the fact is and professor spencer knows this better than anybody else, there are multiple schools of sharia law. these are the foundations of the islamic judicial system. to say it doesn't exist is utterly fallacious and from a man who actually published on these issues, it is more than
just disingenuous, sean. >> okay. what is your take, robert spencer? >> well, you know, he is being flagrantly deceptive. mohammed said war is deceit, and i think khan was listening. the fact is that mr. gorka, dr. gorka, is quite right, that there are established schools of sharia jurisdictieurys prudence sharia states that are following islamic law which they consider to be and loudly claim to be the immutable and perfect law of allah. it's worth noting, they have remarkably similar character because sharia has a very particular content, and so they are all repressive regimes that stone adulterers, amputate hands of thieves and so on. >> do you think he was purposely hiding his real views now because he was so advanced in this political narrative, dr. gorka? >> i can't search his soul, but i do think that it's very, very
strange that he makes these kinds of statements that don't comport with what he said earlier. and this last one about allah i? imagine if tyrone woods' mother or one of the other benghazi widows had said publicly that hillary clinton is falling downstairs because jesus christ is making her do that. could you imagine the fury in the left-wing media, sean? could you imagine? >> i got to run because we're just short on time here. thank you both for being with us. when we come back, over the weekend drudge posted this headline after it was reported hillary clinton needed help from staffers just to get up the steps back in february, raising a lot of questions about her health. our medical team will weigh in. your car insurance policy is 22 pages long.
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welcome back to "hannity." so an image of hillary clinton recently posted to the website the american mirror is sparking new controversy for the clinton campaign. the picture, which shows hillary clinton apparently needing assistance to climb a flight of stairs at a campaign stop back in february was picked up by the drudge report, which posted this headline over the weekend, details hillary clinton's
history with falls and speculating that the former secretary of state could be experiencing a serious undisclosed medical condition. earlier today we reached out to the clinton campaign for a statement, and a spokesman told us that the drudge report is shameful, and anyone who buys into that medical condition shameful, what is missing perfect the statement is a statement about the health issues. we have dr. mark seigel with us. in the daily mail, are hillary clinton's health problems more severe than thought? when you look at her history, dr. seigel of falling,
concussions, blood clots, what are your thoughts? >> i think the public has the right to know. we're talking in 2008, i looked oaf a thousand pages of john mccain's records because of a melanoma. 2012 she has a severe concussion which bill clinton says took her six months to recover from. she's on lifetime blood thinners. if she's prone to falling, it looked like she can bare hi get upstairs without two people carrying her. if she falls and hits her head? >> i've asked you to look at the video. some said it's like a mini seizure. >> i'm concerned about this concussion she had in 2012. it could be post-concussion
syndrome. maybe that is what she talked about this week talking about a glitch with chris wallace. >> and she doesn't want to seem to put herself in high pressure situations. >> i reached out to her neurologist, no comment. i want to know what her neurological records show. >> you think as you have done with other candidates, john mccain is older, do you think it's fair game if people see that something seems off? >> just the point alone she's on blood thinners and seems to be prone to fall. if she falls when she's in the white house -- >> is there a possibility she had a stroke? >> the picture going up the stairs speaks a million words. one reason she fell was severe dehydration. they're holding her and going upstairs she may be really
dehydrated and may have fallen again. we don't know. there are questions that are unanswered. we know she's on thyroid medication, she suffers from hypo thyroid that can cause fatigue and gaining weight. >> what about this photo the gateway pundit had up today and gillry's handler gets caught with a diathapan pen. >> sometimes, you have a latent post concussion syndromes. >> like traumatic head issues for football players? >> exactly what it is. she may have some symptoms. >> i think a traumatic brain injury with symptoms down the road is very, very likely here, as david is mentioning that could lead to a seizure problem, someone is carrying a pen you'd
use in case of a seizure, that makes me wonder about that. >> they want donald trump. >> we want her speeches to wall street and medical records in full. >> donald trump in fast forward is nothing compared to this. brit clinton says he couldn't stay away from the pastry chef and look at him now. >> coming up, a very-important question of the day. we need your help, straight ahead. i have asthma...
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night at 10:00. thanks for joining us. we'll see you back here, tomorrow night. unafraid. greta goes "on the record" right now. >> tonight, it's all about you. yes, you. jobs, money, taxes, donald trump says he can fix it all and today showing off his business skills on the campaign trail. the presidential candidate unveiling his entire economic plan. in moments, former new york city mayor rudy giuliani goes "on the record." but, first, donald trump in his own words. >> one common feature of every hillary clinton idea is that it punishes you for working and doing business in the united states. [cheers and applause] every policy she has tilts the playing field towards other countries at our expense. and that's why she tries to