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show. >> we just learned that andrea is from canada. >> we'll talk about that. >> yeah. >> oh canada. donald trump explaning why he would be best fit for the white house. good morning. welcome to sunday morning futures. critics are questions the locations trump picked to share these messages. we'll take a look at that with our panel. first, eric trump on his father's campaign shake up and a lot more. and gingrich on the white house's admission that the $400 million payment was tie
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today the. that's right now on sunday morning futures. obviously is news of the weekend, manafort now resigning. what does it tell us about where the campaign structure is? is it a result of the team bringing in two new people to run the team? >> i think my father didn't want to be distracted with whatever paul was dealing with. paul was amazing. he ophelped us get through the convention and deal with the delegates. look at the people they are bringing in and i think it will be the ones that will ultimately get us the victory. my father didn't want the distraction looming over the campaign and looming over all of the issues hillary is facing right now. >> and as soon as you brought in
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two new players we saw a little shift. we saw what your father said in terms of saying look, i own this. was that a result of the two new players you brought in to run the campaign? >> maybe a little bit. >> or was that from the inside? did you advise him to do that? >> at the end of the day my father is my father. let trump be trump. that's who he is. that is what created this incredible movement. i think coming out with a great sense of humility, i think it was amazing. i was at that speech and it was electric and the room was electric. i was proud of him for doing that. >> and clearly coming out of the convention that was very successful for you something happened and paul manafort
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wasn't doing the job. the campaign lost ground after the convention. does it give that freshness you need with these 80 days left? >> we had a massive bump, one of the biggest you can imagine. they had their convention right after and traditionally they will get a bump too. you're really seeing it totally level out and it's back to parity. hillary spent $200 million in advertising against us. we spent nothing against her yet yet our numbers are at parity. it is probably pretty frustrating for them. they don't like the fact that we have a great war chest saved up and they spent all of this money and we are dead even in the polls. they are not thrilled about that. >> we are looking at the polls
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tighten in a big way. obviously what your father is doing is working. your father went to louisiana to speak to the people, to just express his condolences and hurt. why? >> you have coffins floating down the street. you have houses under water, cars under water, people who have lost their lives and the president of the united states is in martha's vineyard is playing golf. he can't be bothered to fly down to check on the situation. s he is playing his 200th round of golf. hillary is sitting there resting. these are the people we elected as a country to lead. i think my father was frustrated by it. he went down to show his support with mike pence and i'm proud of him for doing that but i'm
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disgusted by the fact that the commander in chief of the united states couldn't be bothered to fly down there to find out what was going on. it is truly, truly sad. >> we now know that the white house admitted that this $400 million that went to iran was contingent upon them releasing american hostages? how easy would it be to reverse and your thoughts on this hostage payment they think was ransom. >> it is almost opposite of getting my father to run for president. i remember when he was shaking his head. we can't be serious. we can't consider to a country that hates our guts, hates our way of life, detests everything about western civilization. you can see the four prisoners
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were contingent -- i mean they put a target on every american's head that leaves the boundaries of this country including every military personnel that we have overseas. the government is now paying for hostages. you simply can't do it. $400 million in cash being dropped off in the middle of the night is just as bad. i mean you almost can't make this up. >> yeah. and we don't even know the terms. so again, the president went around congress. what can we expect? >> he lied about it. he lied about it. he said it wasn't ran some money. he said it had nothing to do with the hostages. no different than obamacare, no different than hillary clinton lies about the 30,000 e-mails. no different than hillary
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clinton lies about every scandal they have had in the whouchlts i mean this is what you're getting from our politicians in this country. we're america. we need people who are honest with the citizens of this nation and it's simply not helping us. >> which is why he reached out to the african american area early next week. is he going to be able to really move the needle in terms of hispanics. >> yeah, i hope so. it is interesting. as a politician stepping in seeing how it is that they can never take off the blinders and look outside the party. if you look at what democrats have done for inner city youth, 60% unemployment. they always promise great things
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and nothing ever happens. you look at 2,500 shootings this year alone in obama's home city. if you look at baltimore and detroit they have been run by democrats. look what happens. they never get better. they never get better. part of my father's mess ang, why not give you a chance? let me fix an educational system that's abuse and nothing. let me fix these problems. it's something they can do. what do you to lose? it's broken. i will fix it. >> thank you so much. we'll be watching all right. thanks to eric trump. we conducted that sbefr view and since the interview the white house has announced president obama will visit last r ra ra. he is going there tuesday.
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so we will bring you more once the president goes to louisiana on tuesday. big changes regardless of whether hillary clinton moves into the white house. it is enough about the foundation's donation policy. we'll delve in with that next. would like to hear. we're looking ahead now on sunday morning futures. ♪
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welcome back. a major make over in the works for the clinton foundation. hillary clinton's charity will
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put an end to foreign donations should she be elected president. bill clinton saying he will resign from the board to avoid second guessing. we are live right now. she has been pushing for the investigation. good to see you. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> is this enough? do you think it is the changes should hillary clinton be elected? >> these are things that should have taken place when she became secretary of state. the former president should have removed himself from the board. they should have had oversight and guidance on that board. they should have stopped taking some of the foreign contributions. >> so where is the investigation right now? there is really conflicting reports in terms of whether or not this is in the eye of
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regulators right now. >> well, we have our letter. you know, may 19th, 2015 was the first letter we sent over with a nonresponse. we followed it subsequently and then the letter currently that we have before the fbi. we have received a referral to the nonprofits division of the irs. we think it is important. maria, we think one of the things that is most significant, we know it went from 1998 to 2007 and did not report the contributions. they never reported that to the irs. we do think there is reason to move forward with the exam in addition there. there is a reason to question there because they are giving only 13% of what they bring into
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their state admission which was never altered from when it was at the library and, you know, charities should be given more than half of with what they bring in. we think they should look at the issu issues. the list goes on and on. >> and you mentioned the situations that is very straightforward. hillary clinton's state department sold to russia. it is the stuff that makes nuclear. bom . >> nuclear. >> -- nuclear bombs.
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>> right. >> and when you look at the time line and the way you have the participation of hillary and bill that relationship it should cause everyone concern and, you know, now we know that there were e-mails written by staffers requesting appointments or interviews for individuals who had contributed to the foundation. they are saying they finally going to do the right thing. i think they have too far down to road to make a difference in the mind of the voter. >> is this going to sway them come november 8th? what if we don't get any details
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and what lawmakers find out anymore than we know, of course, by the election? >> you know, it's that compound effect. people remember the scandals that have always been kind of following along with bill and hillary clinton. they look at once he left the presidency how they operated this foundation. they never refiled their mission to do a global emission. they never filed for foreign contributions and only after she became secretary of state did they alter that process. >> it is that web of deception.
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>> yeah, we appreciate it very much. the obama administration admitting it deloiayed a $400 million payment. was ransom? it certainly looks like it. stay with us on sunday morning futures. you can run an errand. (music playing) ♪ push it real good... (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands, we sing out loud here. siriusxm. road happy. but i keep it growing by making every dollar count. that's why i have the spark cash card from capital one. with it, i earn unlimited 2% cash back on all of my purchasing. and that unlimited 2% cash back from spark means
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the obama administration the $400 million was made in agreement with the americans held in the country. trump claiming obama lied about
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this. newt gingrich, always a pleasure. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. >> i'm always surprised people are surprised that obama lies. obama lied about you getting to keep your doctor, about keeping your insurance. lied about this kind of government he want todaed to cr. why would you think this is any different? the reason hillary lies so much is if you're a moderate liberal democrat -- if he would have said yeah, but you have to understand it. the country would have reputuated him. they count on us shrugging off
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lying. think about how humiliating it is. you can't legally use u.s. dollars. it is also illegal to do what they did was to take dollars and turn them in and bundle them up. it looks like it is a movie like lethal weapons 9. >> and so the united states humiliates itself. >> what would you expect from hillary clinton as it relate today iran? donald trump has said he would get in there and repeal, cancel this out. how easy or tough would it be? it is not the kind of situation
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even as they chant death to america. >> they are breaking the agreements which block them from testing. as a relatively intelligent lawyer they have broken the agreements so often that we can say we are not going to do it. what you have here is a phony legalism in which the americans subject themselves to a rule of law while the dictator ship exploits every loophole it can. i think trump will thank you, your honor r -- will turn that thing around. she and bill are so corrupt they will be the most corrupt couple
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to ever move into the white house. >> and we have been talking about this. what's going on? is he doubling on on the humility? is he going to reach out, for example, to others who props he may have insulted? what does it mean for his campaign. >> on one hand he is very stubbo stubborn. on the other hand he is very very smart. he figured out going into an election was different. it took him five or six weeks because he had done so well in the primaries i think he didn't want to give up the techniques that were working. gradually he came to realize it wasn't working anymore. he brought on two very strong
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people. they are remarkable talents. i noticed every single speech starting on monday there was a quality that was more important than the words. he was reassuring people that she was in control of himself, that he was talking in a reasonable way. you can say very strong things if you say it in a very calm tone. >> do you think it will resonate with some of the critics? >> he is getting to be so controlled and so reassuring and his ideas are reassuring. they will come on fast.
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there are the people that if you're a real foreign policy, let's go there and force democracy everywhere and send another million american troops and to heck with the costs, you shouldn't be for trump. he is not going to do everything. she will be much more likely to get us in the next war. >> we appreciate it. newt gingrich there. donald trump finally airing his first television ads. will his claim help him regain theooting in the polls? we'll take a look at that next on sunday morning futures. stay with us.
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welcome back. new information that he will announce he restored voting rights for 13,000 felons on a case by case basis. donald trump is laying the ground work for voter fraud. he says that the system is rigged. the trump campaign is spending
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$5 million try to go fire up republicans in states where early voting gets under way in a few weeks. the cords struck down a voter i.d. law. eric digs deeper into these concerns. so you don't need an i.d. to vote? >> it depends what state you're in. for years i covered voter and election fraud cases. you won't believe what we found. these are absentee ballots that were faked. the unsuspecting voters said they did not know their votes were robbed. >> you did not write that? >> no. >> did you fill out an absentee ballot? >> no. did you fill out an application?
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>> no. >> so your vote was a fraud. >> it was. >> in ken tuck ttucky 20 public officials spent $400,000 to buy 8,000 votes over several elections. >> you sold your vote? >> uh-huh. >> how much did you sell your vote for? >> $25. >> one woman voted two and three times including voting for her sister who had been in a coma for a decade. from cases of illegal voting to adds phony votes. republican city commissioner found voting by voting divisions with more votes than voters. individuals voting more than once and voting by nonu.-u.s.
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citizens. democratics accused of faking signatures on the petitions that put barack obama and hillary clinton on the ballot. authorities said the president may not have actually had enough signatures to qualify for the primary ballot. is that your signature? >> that is not my signature. >> did you sign that petition for barack obama? >> i did not. >> so someone forged this? >> that's correct. >> this is unbelievable. >> you need 500 signatures. in south bend president obama qualified. they said 100 to 200 numbers. it brings it down below the legal number to qualify. had it been caught at the time the president would not have
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qualified and would have been bounced from the primary ballot. this fraud wasn't caught until three years after the election. >> it is unbelievable. you have done such good work on this. thank you. john fund is with us. she columnist for national review magazine. you, too, have done so much work on this. what's your sense? would that classify as potentially raising a red flag for potential voter fraud? >> felons aren't allowed to vote until they have moven themtss parking lot of the mainstream of society. he is trying to put every felon back on the voter rolls. there was no distinction made between what kind of crime you committed and the kind they want today give back voting rights to. >> and it could come under review in terms of whether or
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not -- >> he already said he can't do it for all 200,000. he is try to go do it. >> how worried are you? >> we have a sloppy inefficient system. the sloppiness feeds into the fraud. we make it so easy for people to vote. in new york city investigators from the new york city department of investigation went out to vote for people who were dead or felons. 61 out of 63 times they were handed ballots. if they weren't it was because somebody was trying to vote in the name of the son of one of the poll, twoeworkers. if you don't have an i.d. law there is no way to catch someone. you can never segregate it out and find out where the fraud is.
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>> they separated by 341 votes. it wasn't until later that studies found at least a thousand felons. >> 200 convicted. it still didn't get to the 341. >> they found out after he was sworn in. >> these no i.d. states, who is to stop anybody from voting four times? >> here is be my point. i don't think very many people don't have an i.d. if they don't, let's get them one. you can't get a job. you can't get a government benefit. you can't cash a check. they are on all of these legal fees. >> and are we going to see any efforts to stop this to make sure we actually see a system that is fair? >> the election officials say they are confident any fraud will be caught.
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in rhode island and new hampshire the secretary of states say the way to do is is to have an i.d. you fill out an after david and it has a paper trail. >> those secretaries of state are democrats, by the way. >> they are. >> i think is real issue here is that we have to get groups, outside groups. there are some out of texas. if you watch people, if you attack people who pressure prosecutors to pay attention to this you can avoid voter fraud, just like shoplifting. put up a sign that says prosecutions will take place, you cut it by 40%. >> and if the irs is going to target conservatives that's
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another part of this because people are saying you're qui quieting down. there was no one prevented from voting. the issue here is we have two lifl rights. we vals the civil right not to cancel out by someone who is dead, someone who is a felon. >> all right. i know you'll be doing more work. >> thank you. >> let's get a look at what's coming up top of the hour. hi. >> early good morning from california. we'll be all over. the hiring of the chairman, the impact and media skepticism about whether he really is
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regretting some of his past comments. we'll look at new questions about the clinton foundation and this bizarre story of ryan lochte. we'll look at that as well! thank you so much. we are just about one month away. there are two other candidates hoping to join the debate stage. we're looking ahead now on sunday morning futures.
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gary johnson trailed with about 8.5%. jill stein joins me right now. good to see you. thanks for joining us. how are you going to breakthrough the noise ant get to the debate staige. >> majority of voters do not like this two-party election tro sesz. donald trump and hillary clinton have the highest dislike of any can day d candidates in presidential elections. >> and we know four years ago you made a big splash at the presidential debate not on stage because you were not permitted to for but you were aregsed for disorderly conduct. are you going to be outside again if you don't get in? >> you can assure i will and i
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welcome back. donald trump's campaign more than double ed its spending las month according to federal filings. to more than $19 million, that despite a steady buying no tv ads or spending money to build out a ground game. so where did the money go? about half went to a web design firm, more air travel and consultants. all of that as mr. trump says the republican party has to reach out more to african-american voters. want to bring in our panel right now. ed rollins, former campaign manager for the reagan-bush ticket in 1984. julie, democratic strategist and fox news contributor. mary kissell is with us, member of the editorial board of "the wall street journal." thank you to everybody for joining us. in terms of money raised, they
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had a good july, ed, but the way the money spent is a very different way. >> big donors have not totally kicked in, and my sense is they may not at the end of the day. but he has enough money to keep moving forward. the critical thing, he has to build a ground game. if this comes to a 3% or 4% race, that's where it is. now on tv, they have their first tv ad on. i think he's much more disciplined. i think this new team, steve bannon and kellyanne is a quality professional. and i think this is a team. they got to take it across the finish line. and certainly manafort was not going to do that. >> yeah, i mean, obviously, julie, he's had a positive reaction to this new team in place so far. it looks like he's also getting a bump in the polls. >> well, he has, but let's see what happens next week. every time trump does something that's good for 24 or 48 hours, all the critics say the pivot is here, it's finally coming, it never comes. i will say his former campaign team, and ed, i think you'll agree to me, committed malpractice. this is money that should have been spent on a ground game.
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he was gouged by his consultants, gouged by the people he paid. they're not giving him good advice. they should have put this on tv, on the air, on the ground. not what they did with it which is essentially pocket the money. malpractice of the highest degree. >> at the same time hillary clinton has spent all of her money on just that. >> exactly right. >> mary, what do you think? >> i'm not sure you can blame the consultants fully however. donald trump is donald trump. and he's made this campaign about himself. why was there so much attention to this one word regret in his speech on friday, it's because we're focusing on donald trump's feelings. we're not focusing on his policy ideas or why they're better than hillary clinton's. i think, look, he knew that the campaign was spiraling downwards. he's not leading in any of the polls. there's the prospect of losing the senate. it's a good sign that he brought in a pro like kellyanne conway as a pollster. but he has to prove that he not only has the temperament to be in office, but that he can sustain some of these messages that he started to lay out in
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these speeches last week. we'll see, but the polls don't change overnight. >> can he do that? >> i don't know if he has the character to do it. he hasn't proved so far. he isn't studying any policy measures. we don't have specifics on what would replace obamacare, how he would defeat isis, the tax plan, for instance. if you read the speeches, there are a lot of good themes in there. i'm glad that he supports charter schools. i'm glad he wants to get rid of regulatory tape. i'm glad he wants to unleash american energy. that's very positive. >> yeah. >> this was a very winnable campaign. i think if you had that campaign structure in place that julia was talking about. >> yeah. >> and you had a more disciplined candidate, he'd be ahead by 10 or 20 points at this time in the race. >> newt gingrich laid out a few minutes ago on your show the offense they need to be on. if this campaign comes down to be about him and his controversies, and he's not going to win. if it's about her and the miss -- the misfires she's done, i don't want to say misdemeanor
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crimes because i don't believe charging someone with a crime, but i think at the end of the day the vulnerability's there. the combination of obama and what they have done and paying the iranian hostages, what have you, there's so much stuff there, newt laid it out well. >> yeah. the problem though is and this continues to be something that's a concern for him is that mary's absolutely right, he can't lay it out. gingrich may have laid it out, he can't focus on her, he has to constitutionally only focus on himself. that's not what people want to hear. >> it's pathological, people want to hear how he's going to improve their lives. not what he feels about himself. >> i don't think you can just do it on twitter and facebook and at rallies. it was good that he went to louisiana, but let's see him go to a charter school in the bronx. let's see him go into downtown l.a., have more press gaggles, get out there, meet voters. prove that you really care about these communities. i think kellyanne will try to push him in that direction, but ultimately it's up to the candidate himself. >> he likes the rallies, but the
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problem with rallies is it's just a small audience in front of you whether it's 7,000 or 10,000. i remind them 100,000 people were at mondale's rally. >> there you go. bottom line. thanks everybody for joining us. have a wonderful -- talk to an allstate agent about all the things they do to keep riders riding.
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a bz beater, donald trump after being -- shakes up campaign team. a move quickly dismissed by pundits. >> first off, i'm always new for chairs on the trump tannic. it's not mr. corey, it's not mr. manafort, it's the candidate, stupid. >> i don't think it matters. it's donald trump. >> did he hire someone who will broaden his appeal or a mirror that indulges his worst impulses? given that the breitbart as of late has induced conspiracies, i worry. >> with paul manafort resigning after some damaging stories in


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