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investigating the poverty and joblessness of the inner cities. just think about how much different things would be if the media in this country sent their cameras to our border to our closing factories, or to our failing schools. or if the media focused on what dark streets must be hidden in the 33,000 emails that hillary clinton illegally deleted. [chanting: lock her up]
every story told from the perspective of the insider. it's the narrative of the people who rig the system, never the voice of the people it's been rigged against. believe me. so many people suffering for so long in silence. no cameras. no coverage, no outrage from the media class that seems to get outrage over just about everything else. so, again, it's not about me. it's never been about me. it's been about all the people in this country who don't have a voice. i am running to be your voice. [cheers and applause]
[chanting: donald trump] >> thank you. i'm running to be the voice for every part of this country that has been waiting and hoping for a better future. i am glad that i make the powerful, and i mean very powerful a little uncomfortable now and again, including some of the powerful people, frankly, in my own party because it means that i'm fighting for real change, real change there is a reason hedge fund managers. the financial lobbyists, the wall street investors are throwing their money all over hillary clinton because they know she will make sure the system stays rigged in their favor.
it's the powerful protecting the powerful the insiders fighting for the insiders. i am fighting for you. here is the change i propose. on terrorism, we are going to end the era of nation-building and, instead, focus on destroying, destroying, destroying isis and radical islamic terrorism. we will use military, cyber, and financial warfare and work with any partner in the world and the middle east shaeastthat shares our goal in defeating terrorism. >> i have a message for the
terrorists trying to kill our citizens. we will find you, we will destroy you and we will absolutely win and we will win soon. [cheers and applause] on immigration, we will temporarily suspend immigration from any place where adequate screening cannot be performed, extreme investigating. remember, extreme investigating. all applicants for immigration will be vetted for ties to radical ideology. and we will screen out anyone who doesn't share our values and love our people. [cheers and applause]
[chanting]chanchanting: u.s.a.] >> anyone who believes sharia law suspect plants american law will not be given an immigrant visa. [cheers and applause] >> if you want to join our society, then you must embrace our society. our values, and our tolerant way of life. those who believe in oppressing women, guys, hispanics, african-americans, and people of different faiths are not welcome to join our great country.
we will promote our american values, our american way of life, and our american system of government, which are all, all the best in the world my opponent on the other hand wants a 50% increase in syrian refugees even more than already pouring in to our country under president obama. her plan would bring in roughly 620,000 refugees from all refugee sending nations in her first term alone on top of all other immigration. think of that think of that what are we doing? hillary clinton is running
to be america's angela merkel and we have seen how much crime and how many problems that's caused the german people and germany. [ applause ] we have enough problems already, we do not need more. on crime we're going to add more police, more investigators, and appoint the best judges and prosecutors in the world. [cheers and applause] we will pursue strong strock -- strong enforcement. stripped apart one by one and they will be sent out of our country quickly.
their day is over. and it's going to end very, very fast. our trade -- thank you. on trade, we're going to renegotiate nafta to make it better and if they don't agree, we will withdraw. [cheers and applause] and likewise we are going to withdraw from transpacific partnership, another disaster. [cheers and applause] stand up to china on our terrible trade agreements and protect every last american job hillary clinton has supported all of the major trade deals that have stripped this country of its jobs and its wealth.
we owe $20 trillion. on taxes, we are going to massively cut tax rates for workers and small businesses creating millions of new good paying jobs. we're going to get rid of regulations that send jobs overseas and we are going to make it easier for young americans to get the credit they need to start a small business and pursue their dream. on education, so important, we are going to give students choice and allow charter schools to thrive. we are going to end tenure
policies that reward bad teachers and hurt our great, good teachers my opponent wants to deny student choice and opportunity, all to get a little bit more money from the education bureaucracy she doesn't care how many young dreams are dashed or destroyed and they are destroyed. young people are destroyed before they even start. we are going to work closely with african-american parents and children we are going to work with the parents' students. we are going to work with everybody in the african-american community, in the inner cities, and what a big difference that is going to make. it's one of the things i must look forward to doing.
[cheers and applause] this means a lot to me and it's going to be a top priority in a trump administration. on healthcare, we are going to repeal and replace the disaster called obamacare. countless americans have been forced into part-time jobs, premiums are about to jump by double digits yet again and just this week etna announced it is pulling out of the exchanges all over but also in north carolina. we are going to replace this disaster with reforms that give you choice and freedom and control in healthcare at a much, much lower cost you will have much betterhealthcarer
cost and it will happen quickly. [cheers and applause] on political corruption, we are going to restore honor to our government. in my administration, i'm going to enforce all laws concerning the protection of classified information. no one will be above the la law. i am going to forbid senior officials for trading favors for cash by preventing them from collecting lavish speaking fees through their spouses when they serve. i'm going to ask my senior officials to sign an agreement not to accept speaking fees from corporations with a registered lobbyist for five years after leaving office,
or from any entity tied to a foreign government. [cheers and applause] finally we are going to bring our country together. it is so divided we are going to bring it together. we are going to do it by emphasizing what we all have in common as americans. we're going to reject bigotry and i will tell you the bigotry of hillary clinton is amazing. she sees communities of color only as votes and not as human beings. worthy of a better future. it's only votes. it is only votes that she sees. and she does nothing about it she has been there forever and look at where you are.
if african-americans voters give donald trump a chance by giving me their vote, the result for them will be amazing. look how badly things are going under decades of democratic leadership. look at the schoolings. look at the poverty. look at the 58% of young african-american americans not working. 58%. it is it is time for a change. what do you have to lose by trying something new? i will fix it watch, i will fix it.
it is so bad. the inner cities are so bad, you have nothing to lose. they have been playing with you for 60, 70 years, many, many decades. you have nothing to lose. i will do a great job. [cheers and applause] this means so much to me. and i will work as hard as i can to bring new opportunity to places in our country which have not known it in a very, very long time hillary clinton and the democratic party have taken african-american votes totally for granted. because the votes have been automatically there for them, there has been no reason for democrats to produce, and they haven't. they haven't produced in decades and decades it's
time to break with the failures of the past and to fight for every last american child in this country to have a better and a much, much brighter future. [cheers and applause] in my administration every american will be treated greatly. protected equally and honored equally. we will reject bigotry and hatred and oppression in all of its forms and seek a new future built on our common culture and values as one american people. [cheers and applause] this is the change i am promising to all of you, an honest government, a great economy, and a just society
for each and every american. [cheers and applause] but we can never ever fix our problems by relying on the same politicians who created these problems in the first place. can't do it. 72% of voters say our country is on the wrong track. i am the change candidate. hillary clinton is for the failed status quo to protect her special interests, her donors, her lobbyists, and others. it is time to vote for a new
american future. together, we will make america strong again. we will make america proud again, we will make america safe again friends and fellow citizens, come november, we will make america great again. greater than ever before. thank you, thank you. and god bless you. thank you. thank you. thank you very much. >> of course that's donald trump wrapping up a long speech. aaron blake still with me. that is the speech republicans have been waiting to hear. establishment and republicans who are worried about donald trump and this campaign have been waiting to hear for a very long time. when he has not been controversial, he has generally been boring. he was not controversial
tonight but he also wasn't boring. he hit a lot of important points. he attacked clinton in very thought out ways. i thought it was a very good speech. >> there are going to be nervous folks tonight in brooklyn at clinton campaign headquarters. the idea coming out of his campaign shakeup that he was going to revert the guy he was in the primary. he flipped that on his head tonight. see if he can keep up the kind of speech he gave tonight. >> headline he said he would be going to louisiana tomorrow over president obama not in louisiana under a lot of water. that would also mean a lot. we will take a break. when we come back, bill o'reilly and "the o'reilly factor." ♪ ♪ you found the love of your dreams... and together, you had the kid of your dreams. now you can put them in the car of your dreams... for a lot less than you might think. with a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, you can enjoy legendary safety, innovation and performance at a price you can afford. and that's a pretty sweet dream.
george soros has pumped $13 million into the democratic machine this election cycle did. gold medal swimmer ryan lochte lie about being held up in rio? joining us now from north carolina is bernie goldberg. do you have a comment? >> five seconds. liberals like your previous guest see ho hussein bolt and they see a black man. that's all they see. the rest of us see a great track star. that's what it comes down to. liberals like her see everything through a racial prism, everything. >> now, there is trouble for ryan lochte and some of his other compatriots in brazil. you have been following the story. how do you see it at this point? >> i will tell you, i see this as the most interesting story to come out of the olympics. the rest of it, for me, is
boring. i know you personally, bill, are a big fan of synchronized swimming. >> i am. >> so i mean no disrespect. but, this is the only thing i find interesting about the olympics. >> so, the athletes, including mr. lochte said that they were assaulted in a cab had to get out of the calculate. lochte said a gun was pointed at his forehead in a robbery. now i guess video says that never happened. is that where we are on it? >> yes. it's starting to look like at least it didn't happen the way they initially said it did. and it may be that they were covering up for something they shouldn't have been doing, like drinking late at night. but, this story is not what it was purported to be and brazil has enough bad pr about crime to begin with. they didn't need this story. and if those guys are lying, i'm glad the brazillians
found out about it. >> okay. so we will let the story play out but it's a shame because bhut jolokia lochte is a good athlete. but if he did lie about it, his career is going to be tainted. no question. now, george soros. you saw our initial report. that he had given an enormous amount of money to people who were trying to damage israel and trying to damage individual americans like cliff may and liz cheney who were very upfront about condemning the islamic jihadi and the democratic party has taken $13 million. hillary clinton's pack 7 million from soros. now, got very little coverage bloomberg covered it a little bit. new york covered it a little bit but nobody else covered it at all. is there a reason for that? >> even fox covered it only a very, very little bit. >> here is how i see this story.
let's say a major emergency conservative backer of donald trump, somebody -- somebody who gave him millions and millions of dollars also supported groups that tried to delegitimize israel. not only oppressive but a racist country that would be page one story in the "new york times." >> all right. now, let me stop you there let me stop you there so i agree 100 percent. this is the best example outside of your book "biased" that proves the american media is, a, dishonest and, b, deeply in the tank for liberal causes. when even a villain, like george soros, who is a villain. he is trying to smear and tear down and destroy individual americans who have a differing opinion about the jihadi than he does. the media chooses to ignore the story when russian hackers get in and get all the material present it, all
right, it's there, no two sides of it and they say we're not going to prove it. that proves the media is biased left. does it not? >> know they are biased in the left. i agree with you in the past bias to corruption. but, this is how i think they would see it they would say this is dog bites man story which i have no interest in. because a lot of liberal elites. liberal elites in the media. in politics. certainly in academia, they agree with george soros when it comes to israel that's not the press' duty. the press' dispute report information. like in cuba and like in russia, we have an information blackout in america. >> of course. >> if this program ever goes off the air, you never hear a word about it i have got to go.
and i always appreciate it, bernie. plenty more ahead as the factor moves along this evening. many media outlets use polls in reporting on the presidential campaign. which polls are reliable and which are not? truth serum has some answers. dana perino under fire by some for being too hard on trump. dana will be here. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. only wendy's can make the baconator. because while some other guys use frozen beef from far away. that's 9,429 miles away. wendy's only uses fresh beef from ranches close by.
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apart, and is presidential polling accurate? with us here in new york city eric shawn and from washington shannon bream. fordham university has annualized the polling from the obama, romney election. what did they find out shannon. >> they looked at all the polls 28 different polls leadinged into the 2012 presidential election. they said all of them were off by some extent as you would expect. it's not exact science. by overall they everywhere off by 3 percentage points in favor of president obama. going into the election, the polls were showing that president obama had about a 1 percentage point advantage. it turned out that he won by more than 3%. so there was a break there. they found in 28 polls, 26 of them were overly favorable to mitt romney and had him doing better than obviously he wound up doing. >> which polls were most accurate? >> the most accurate were democracy core, pew research and the hearted ford current. those are the ones that got it closest to exactly how it turned out. the worse though, rasmussen, gallup, p.r. and ap.
all of them had romney pulling off a win. >> gallup got out of the presidential polling business because their performance was so abysmal. rasmussen i think turned over management. a.p., that's a big interesting one. because polling not only is an indicator of who might be winning, but also is a psychological factor because if voters think their candidate is going to lose they stay home or whatever. final question, in some of the analysis of the polling there is a bias indicator, that has been studied. what is that? >> well, essentially they look at where the bias fans out. when you ask these polling questions, who tends to be favored. last time there was a bias in favor of republicans, by an assessment of looking at all the polls that is exactly what turned out to be the case. people were overly optimistic about romney, about republicans doing well. in the end it turned out that was just not factual. >> okay. that's interesting. because most people think it's bias left. this time bias in favor of
republicans. let's get to obamacare. etna, huge insurance now says we don't want any more to do with it why is et that dropping out. >> losing money. $200 million in the second quarter this year. bill, that's a billion dollars on track for a billion-dollar loss this year. >> how did they lose it? >> they say too many sick people have been signing up. high risk people and not not enough young healthy people. >> in obama preexisting conditions, can you sign up. anybody can sign up. insurance agencies have to take you. the way they do that is healthy people like me and sean, we sign up, then we are not putting in claims. but the healthy people aren't signing up so they have to pay too many claims. now, when a huge insurance company like etna and there will be others, i understand, are going to drop out as well. what happens then? >> 40 have already dropped out. humana is a big one. >> kaiser? >> what happened is the people don't have that choice. they have to be forced into another government program or another obamacare but apparently about a quarter of the counties in this country only have one or two
choices. >> so with the fewer insurance companies available for people to buy into, then the pie shrinks and whatever the insurance company tells you have to do you have to do. you can't see your doctor and the insurance company says you have to see harvey three towns over you have to see harvey three towns more for it. >> pay more for it prices going up. 9 to 25%. >> these are the deductibles? >> this is the cost of obamacare policy. >> the policy is going up for most working americans? >> up to 25%. >> so dr. welby you may not be able to see him anymore. >> no can't see him. >> if you can't see dr. kildair i'm moving to finland. my prediction obamacare will be history within three years. we come right back, miss dana per rereno getting heat for her analysis of donald trump. watters stunning exposition of the 9/11 attack. >> what do you think of having a symbol of capitalism here on sacred grounds.
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miss dana perino is a successful sports analyst here at fox news. and last night she tweeted out this quote. some of you call me debbie downer. negative nancy or even polyanna. i have been called the pragmatic snob. is there such a thing? i will not lie to you about the state of this race. i won't do it. no amount of peer pressure digital or otherwise can move me. here is february buy, i mean dana. >> i'm so glad you follow me on twitter. >> if i knew what that was, i would. i actually am tweeting. >> i follow you. >> but i don't even know -- i tell you and then somebody tweets it because i'm afraid of the machine. what's the primary beef against you? >> well, i think a lot of republicans just expect me to be a cheerleader for the candidate. one, it's not my job to do that. and, also, i saw what happened in 2012 when republicans were sold a bill of goods that romney was going to win. >> we just heard the number
thing. >> shannon bream did that very well. i remember bob beckel said that the friday before the election. these numbers, romney is not going to win. i went home thinking bob is wrong. that night on election night, i sat next to him and i was like bob was right. i vowed just not to do that again. it's a disservice to the viewers and the voters and to the candidate. >> you don't bad mouth trump. >> no, i don't. they want me to say something positive all the time. they want me to say that things are looking up. things are going to be great. the state of the g.o.p. race right now is really bad. no candidate that has been this far behind in august has ever gone on to win that could change. there is 11 weeks to go. the debates are important. >> different time. the debates are important. >> even the candidates and his supporters starting to tell their voters that the polls are rigged. that's not true. that the crowd size matters more than the polls, that's not true. that social media presence is so big and robust that it's going to blow away hillary clinton. >> that's the hope. the hope is that trump campaign will mobilize people that haven't voted
before. how about your association with bush? there is bad blood between the bush family and trump campaign and rightly so. i mean, you know, donald trump worked over jeb bush. he said that he lied, president bush the younger lied about iraq. >> and that he knew about 9/11. >> so there is bad blood there. and then you are a former employee of the bush presidency. and you like and respect. >> of course i do. >> the bush family. >> does that have anything to do with how you analyze trump? >> i have thought from the beginning that trump would very much be able to get 35 to 40% of the vote and not win the general election. i said that on june 16th, 2015, on the day that he announced his election. i don't want the republicans to lose. i believe the conservative values and principles in our policies are much better than liberal ones. i also do not think it's right to tell people that we are going to win. this hillary clinton starts with 242 electoral votes. she needs 270 to win.
he is down in every battleground state. down with most demographic groups. this is not a general election strategy. >> are you today calling for a landslide 60, 40 in favor of clinton. >> i am not. i absolutely believe these polls will tighten between now and election day. but i do not think that by any stretch of the imagination it is right to tell people that just because he has very enthusiastic rallies that that means there is going to be a surprise in th and the pols are wrong. polls in america, the presidential polls have been correct since 1952. and we should believe them. i didn't do that in 2012. and i learned a lesson from it. >> all right. now, the criticism directed to you, all right, is it vicious? would you say it was vicious criticism? >> some of it, but i have a thicker skin. >> i know. but i'm trying -- >> -- some of it is. you would be shocked. >> i get thousands and thousands of letters. the burns that are obscene get thrown away right away. some of them are vicious. most of them are not.
i would say 90% of our mail they get angry but they are not vicious angry. >> some of them are but can i dismiss those. do you know what i found last night when i said i'm not going to lie to you. i found people saying thank you. what should we do? what should the candidate do? what should the campaign do? i would rather have that any day in terms of a dialogue than tell people yes everything is coming up roses then have everyone severely disappointed. >> are you going? that's the question. are you going to change your name to debbie downer or negative nancy? >> polyanna kind of has a nice ring to it. >> i don't remember that movie as well. i think i saw godzilla instead. i had the option and went with the monster. >> the insult that i'm questioning is the pragmatic snob. i didn't know that such a thing could exist. >> you are not a snob. >> i am pragmatic. >> yes. but you are not a snob. >> i want to tell everybody on the no spin zone news for bill o'reilly premium members i get into what donald trump has done wrong and what he needs to correct. you might want to check that
out o. we appreciate you being straight up, dana perino. >> thank you. thanks for having me. thanks for following me. >> on twitter, not literally. watters on deck. took 15 years, stunning new display up and running at ground zero. and we will examine it in "watters world" next. it's whoop, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today.
back of the book segment tonight, "watters world" on september 11th, the nation will recognize 15 years after al qaeda savages killed about 3,000 people at the world trade center here in new york city. this week, a major shopping center opened on the site of the carnage. that is the subject of tonight's "watters world." ♪
>> 15 years and $6 billion later we have this. >> the design is beyond belief. >> when i walked in, just like really overtakes you, the design, the beauty, the white space. >> it's awesome. wonderful. i'm a big fan. >> gorgeous. >> gorgeous like you. >> thank you so very much. >> he likes you. >> places like this give people a sense of peace and that's priceless. >> do you think it was worth $6 billion? >> it was definitely worth $6 billion. i already feel like i'm in the future. >> it's bright. >> bright like me. >> you bright. >> the brightest. >> okay. that's cool. >> we do not say cool or awesome. >> the muslims wanted to build a mosque at ground zero but we built a mall instead. >> tragedy that it happened. this a s. a fantastic mall and great that we rose from something that's terrible. >> having a symbol of capitalism on ground zero, how do you feel about that? >> i'm just here to shop.
>> we're going to be spending an obscene amount of money in here. >> i think it's a good symbol because it shows how new york city can rebound from such a tragedy and reflect on the past of this beautiful architecture and andless recognize we can refleco realize that we can keep going. >> it's better to have something's that more fun and laid back and casual rather than something that reminds us of their death. >> reporter: do you think it's sensible to open up a big mall like this on ground zero? >> no, because we have to go on. >> reporter: we have to go on shopping? >> we have do go on living. >> reporter: what are you shopping here for? >> i need a new watch. >>er so do you have your eye on something? besides me? >> you're pretty sure about yourself, aren't you? >> reporter: what are you going to shop for today? >> clothes. >> comfortable clothes. >> reporter: comfortable clothes? >> yeah.
>> reporter: nothing sticks it to the terrorist like buying clothes on ground zero, right? who do you think will keep us safer from terrorism hillary or trump. >> hillary. >> hillary. >> i'm more for hillary. >> if i say trump, i'll have no prends left. >> trump will push america forward not backwards. >> if she can't name is enemy, how is she going to defeat the enemy? >> trump going to make more enemies, so less people will come after us if we got hillary. >> i don't think hillary is toughness, honestly. >> reporter: do you have any idea who i am? >> no. >> i'm watters. >> jesse watters from watters world? nice to meet you, man.
>> the last guy really liked you. who paid for this, $6 billion? >> 3.9 with taxpayer money. >> is it a state and city combo? >> it's mostly state and city. >> when they do these things, obviously it employs a lot of people. and the whole area around benefits. do you think it's worth $6 billion? >> some of the stores only you could afford to shop in. it's very high end. so it's gleamingly white, people were eating off the floor. >> no, they weren't. >> i saw one person. >> i like the vibe. we're attacked and our way of life is assaulted and we come back, yes, it is a symbol of capitalism, but it is also a symbol of prosperity, that we're still a very prosperous place. i'm going to go down there, and
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>> time for the tip of the day. muslim women under fire in france. but first some very positive buzz surrounding my book, "killing the rising son." as we told you today, cindy adams at "the washington post" gave very good reviews. "rising sun" will come out on september 13. in amazon right now it's in the top 200, as people preorder, and if you preorder, "kiyou'll -- se
talent in atlanta, the top reason i hear from my black friends who don't like trump is that he bought into the birther movement. joe in new york, perhaps blacks should consider the old adage if you always do what you always did, you'll always get what you always got. barbara smith, sumpter, south carolina, these stupid attitudes from people like beck and bill crystal are craze, we have no hope but trump because democrats are destroying the country. her ral doe is a hillary operative. last night geraldo praised trump's speech. jack hatsy, melbourne, australia, my city is the most livable in health care and
education, all were in democratic and social us countries, doesn't that -- a capitalistic country, but you guys only have 20 million folks. here in the usa, we have 320 million. and the up side here because of capitalism, is unlimited, regular folks like me can hit it big, it all depends on what you want out of life. there are no orangutans native to zambia. you're probably right, i was too busy ducking to check the prime mate's passport, whether it was a big monkey that was throwing fruit at me. tom boone, houston, texas, bill, you may have miscalculated the motive in misstating your slavely analysis. he like many others despises you
and is willing to say anything to make you look bad. i wonder if you're going to feel that the money is worth all the hate. we are influencing tens of millions of folks all over the world and we have raised tens of millions of dollars to help people in need especially children and severely wounded vets. the hate factor toward me is substantial. but if you want to accomplish anything significant in this life, there will be pain. and a quick, happy 80th anniversary to the teaselies in louisiana. 75 # years for the wards in arkansas, 70 years for the thompsons in san antonio. 67 years for the rooneys in montana. also lydia westover, 107 in washington state. and finally tonight, the tip of the day.
as you know i was in france recently, normandy. and there's no question, there's a backlash against muslims in that country. now a number of french towns are banning muslim women from swimming in so-called buquinis. i think this is dumb, if women want to wear cover-ups while swimming, so what? if the cover-up is mandated by their religion, absolutely no what. leave innocent people alone, france, this is dumb. that's your tip of the day. and that's it for us tonight. we check out the factor, fox news website. please spout off about the factor, o'reilly at fox news.com. word of the day, do not be obstreperous.
that's sent in by greg garrett. thanks for watching us tonight, i'm bill o'reilly, please remember that the spin stops here. breaking tonight, donald trump just finished a speech that was, well, different. it was a sign perhaps that the new guard at this campaign is moving the needle, or perhaps not. that is the big question tonight, what does it all mean? welcome to "the kelley file" i'm martha mccowan in for kelly. mr. trump just did a televised work session with terror experts and law enforcement and donald trump tower last night. and tonight an apologize, for those whose feelings he may have hurt during this campaign. but moments ago, in the toss up state of north carolina, he was back on