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♪ ♪ >> "on the record" tonight, in just seconds, you will see donald trump's entire speech side by side with the president of mexico. pay close attention to this one because some are saying the joint statement is making trump look presidential. right after that joint statement trump crossing the border to arizona where he will tonight deliver his full border immigration plan live right here on the fox news channel. and also, did secretary clinton make a major blunder by not accepting the mexican president's invitation to come see him like trump did? also more trouble tonight for clinton. new evidence is surfacing showing she sent classified emails on her personal server after leaving the state department. but right now the only candidate who did accept a meeting with the president of mexico, literally just
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minutes ago, the mexican president was tweeting -- he tweeted in spanish. here is english translation what the mexican president just tweeted. at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump i made clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. that was the president of mexico tweeting just moments ago. here is donald trump a short time ago. >> it is a great honor to be invited by you, mr. president, a great, great honor. thank you. we had a very substantive, direct, and constructive exchange of ideas. over quite a period of time. i was straightforward in presenting my views about the impacts of current trade and immigration policies on the united states. as you know, i love the united states very much and we want to make sure that the people of the united states are very well
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protected. you, equally, expressed your feelings and your love for mexico. the united states and mexico share a 2,000-mile border, a half a trillion dollars in annual trade and 1 million legal border crossings each and every day. we are united by our support for democracy, a great love for our people, and the contributions of millions of mexican americans to the united states. and i happen to have a tremendous feeling for mexican-americans, not only in terms of friendships but in terms of the tremendous numbers that i employ in the united states and they are amazing people. amazing people. i have many friends, so many friends and so many friends coming to mexico and in mexico. i'm proud to say how many people i employ.
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and the united states, first, second, and third generation mexicans are just beyond reproach, spectacular, spectacular, hard-working people. i have such great respect for them and their strong values of family, faith, and community. we all share a common interest in keeping our hemisphere safe, prosperous, and free. no one wins in either country when human smugglers and drug traffickers prey on innocent people, when cartels commit acts of violence, when illegal weapons and cash flow from the united states in to mexico or when my grant migrante the trek, and it is very
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dangerous into mexico or into the united states without legal authorization. i shared my strong view that nafta has been a far greater benefit to mexico than it has been to the united states and that it must be improved upon to make sure that workers and, so important, in both country, benefit from fair and reciprocal trade. i expressed that to the united states and that of the united states that we must take action to stem this tremendous outflow of jobs from our country. it's happening every day. it's getting worse and worse and worse. and we have to stop it prosperity and happiness in both of our countries will increase if we work together on the following five shared goals.
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number one, ending illegal immigration. not just between our two countries but including the illegal immigration and migration from central and south americans and from other regions that impact security and finances, in both mexico and the united states. this is a humanitarian disaster. the dangerous treks, the abuse by gangs and cartels. and the extreme physical dangers and it must be solved, it must be solved quickly. not fair to the people anywhere worldwide. you can truly say, but certainly not fair to the people of mexico or the people of the united states. number two. having a secure border is a sovereign right and mutually beneficial.
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we recognize and respect the right of either country to build a physical barrier or wall on any of its borders to stop the illegal movement of people, drugs, and weapons. cooperation toward achieving this shared objective, and it will be shared, of safety for all citizens is paramount to both the united states and to mexico. number three. dismantling drug cartels and ending the movement of illegal drugs, weapons, and funds across our border. this can only be done with cooperation, intelligence, and intelligence sharing and joint operations between our two countries. it's the only way it's going to happen. improving nafta, number four.
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nafta is a 22-year-old agreement that must be updated to reflect the realities of today. there are many improvements that could be made that would make both mexico and the united states stronger and keep industry in our hemisphere. we have tremendous competition from china and from all over the world. keep it in our hemisphere. workers in both of our countries need a pay raise very desperately. in the united states it's been 18 years, 18 years wages are going down. improving pay standards and working conditions will create better results for all and all workers, in particular. there is a lot of value that could be created for both countries by working
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beautifully together. and that i'm sure, will happen. number five, keep manufacturing wealth in our hemisphere. when jobs leave mexico, the u.s. or central america and go overseas, it increases poverty and pressure on social services as well as pressures on cross border migration, tremendous pressure. the bond between our two countries is deep and sincere. and both our nations benefit from a close and honest relationship between our two governments. a strong, prosperous and vibrant mexico is in the best interest of the united states and will keep and help keep for a long, long period of time america together. both of our countries will work together for mutual
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good and most importantly, for the mutual good of our people. mr. president, i want to thank you. it's been a tremendous honor and i call you a friend. i have tremendous respect for the president. we were actually together for quite some time, and i think excellent -- i was with, as you know, senator sessions, and mayor giuliani, and we had a tremendous, more than an hour, i think really very good. we want what's good for the united states and the president wants what's good for mexico, and in sitting down and in talking, we both realize that we have realized this from the beginning that it's good for both of us. better for both of us, actually. we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that will be for a later date. this was a very preliminary meeting. i think it was an excellent meeting. and we are, i think we are very well on our way. a lot of things i said are very strong but we have to
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be strong. we have to say what's happening. there is crime, as you know. there is a lot of crime and there is a lot of problems. but i think together we will solve those problems. i really belief that the president and i will solve those problems. we will get them solved. illegal immigration is a problem for mexico as well as for us. drugs are a tremendous problem for mexico as well as us. i mine, it's not a one way street. we will work together and we will get those problems solved. >> and moments ago the breaking news that mexican president tweeted at 6:51 p.m. at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump i made clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. fox news campaign carl cameron is live need the phoenix convention center. carl, any response from the trump campaign yet to that just tweeted tweet from the presidenpresident of mexico? >> not at this point. they have been crowing about how successful their visit was all day, saying that things went very well behind closed doors and things went very well in their sort of
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joint availability to the press. and now comes this assertion that there is a disconnect on whether they discussed who is going to pay for the wall or not. now, it may be dancing on the head and semantics. but what trump said was we didn't discuss it. what the president said was i told them at the beginning of the meeting that mexico is not going to pay for the wall. there may not have actually been any discussion. that might have been the sum total of the words uttered and it's entirely possible that they would have moved on by it. but, this is going to be the type of grist for the mill that could grind pretty hard on mr. trump for the next few hours. the speech, tonight is what really all of this afternoon's theater and dip employediplomacy was all about helped speech on immigration reform. this is where we are supposed to hear what will happen and who is going to pay for the wall and what is going to happen for deportation for 11 million. what kind of criminals be kicked out first and what will the second wave be andto tw
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abiding immigrants. what happens to them if they don't want to be legalized or citizenship and have to go back to home nation and return to the u.s.? these are all unanswered questions as are the questions about what trump calls anchor babies and birth right citizenship. and a variety of other things where trump has over the last few weeks particularly, but even over the last year, occasionally left himself loopholes and signaled with sean hannity two weeks ago that things might be softening at the same time he said well, we are going to stay with the law still going to be tough but fair. diplomacy and policy politics later in the evening here in phoenix, arizona. big crowd expected and an awful lot riding on it for donald trump. we are now less than 10 weeks from the election. and only a few weeks now from the first debates. greta? >> carl, thank you. and donald trump blasting a trip to mexico caught everyone by surprise. and today many are praising trump for accepting the invitation. >> donald trump heads south of the border. >> i couldn't be more proud
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that donald trump is demonstrating the kind of decisive leader he will be as president. >> i think it's very wise for donald trump to accept this invitation, to sit down, start a dialogue and i suspect it's going to be very progressive. >> this is a great opportunity for current world leader and a future world leader. >> an individual that we need to have a relationship with. >> former arizona governor and donald trump supporter governor jan brewer goes "on the record." good evening, governor. >> hello, greta. >> governor, what do you think about the donald trump quick trip to mexico to see the president nieto number one and secretary clinton has method with him at prior times in her career did not accept the invitation, at least not so far? >> i thought it was a great decision. he was invited and he took the opportunity to immediately go down there. i think it showed great leadership. he was very diplomatic and
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presidential. and that's the donald trump that i know. and, of course, everything is preliminary, of course, with what they discussed. but i think this is the beginning of maybe coming to a solution. >> what do you make -- go ahead. >> i thought it was interesting, greta. you know, about six years ago that you and i stood in the desert here, almost to the date, when we were -- when i was crying out in the wilderness and here we are today with a guy that is running for president of the united states that is going to solve the solution that i have been crying out in the wilderness for for six years. we have someone that's going to fight for us and to keep our security for all the people of the united states. >> what do you expect donald trump to say tonight about the approximately 11 million undocumented people here in the united states? do you expect to hear from him and what do you want to hear from him on that issue? >> well, i am interested,
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absolutely, to hear what is he going to do. i do know that he has told us that i believe in his commitment that is he going to start the process. it's going to happen with the deportations with the criminals, the felons, deporting those back and then going down the line and finding solution. you know, this is the beginning of what he has promised. so i'm excited to hear the speech tonight and see exactly where and how he is going to do that. but the bottom line, greta, is that we know that we need our borders secure. we know that we can't afford the cartels and the drug traffickers. and the human traffickers. and the sex trafficking. into our country. and we're not going to tolerate it donald trump understands that. that's why i believe the public is overwhelmingly excited about him. >> okay. arizona is your state or the governor for a number of years. is it possible to build a wall along the entire
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arizona border with mexico? >> it's going to be a solid wall. you know, in my estimation, i'm not a contractor, but i think it might be difficult through the mountains. it might be difficult. but secure our border, build a wall, double fencing, technology. you know, secure our border. it can be done. it's been done in california. we can do it all along the border. some way, somehow. there are means and methods of doing that. >> and what are your thoughts about the fact that secretary hillary clinton has not accepted the invitation to go meet the mexican president, at least not at this time? >> well, it's hard to hear you but i think you asked me what i thought about hillary clinton, what? >> not accepting the invitation today. she may later but not today. >> well, you know, hillary clinton is in hiding, obviously. we all know that she is up there raising money, picking pockets, you know, for herself. we have got another
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president, a president candidate that is out there talking to the people and sending a message and talking to people. >> governor, thank you very much. and it looks like a lot of excitement in your state behind you. thank you for joining us, governor. >> thank you so much. >> okay. viewers. now is your chance to vote at home on twitter. was donald trump smart to go to mexico? tweet yes or no using #greta. and we will show you live twitter votes throughout the show. and we are less than two hours away from trump's immigration speech. a new poll shows donald trump is closing the gap with secretary clinton. that's next. plus, secretary hillary clinton didn't stop sending classified information even after she left the state department. the new evidence coming up. your car insurance policy is 22 pages long. did you read every word? no, only lawyers do that.
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she has not yet accepted that invitation from the president. and today, secretary clinton hit trump on his relationship with mexico. >> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of building relationships. it's more than a fote photo op., it takes consistency and reliability. it certainly takes more than trying to make up for a year of insults and insinuation, by dropping in on our neighbors for a few hours.
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and then flying home again. that is not how it works. >> and a brand new fox news national poll shows trump closing the gap among registered voters, secretary clinton gets 41%. donald trump is only 2 points behind clinton with 39%. libertarian candidate gary johnson gets 9%. the thought is that takes mostly from secretary clinton that vote. and green party candidate dr. jill stein gets 4%. the "on the record" political panel is here "the washington post" aaron blake real clear politics and a.b. stoddard. secretary clinton was invited to mexico. didn't go. she has been to mexico a number of times. back when she was secretary of state i traveled to mexico and covered an interview there. nevertheless, the photo op. today goes to donald trump, right? >> big day for donald trump. he took a risk and it worked out very well for him. >> except for the tweet from the president that came out where the president said. >> no, i was going to get to that i was going to give him his props, actually. he took a risk and he handled it very well.
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but, it's really bad for donald trump that a good day ends in him looking like he has been caught in a lie. i don't know if the president of mexico is lying. but, you know, his signature issue when he speaks to his next rally and i don't think his immigration speech tonight is going to be in front of a raucous crowd. when he does that, who is going to pay for the wall, it's going to be awkward for him because apparently they discussed it in some way. >> except for one thing, erin, i --aaron what donald trud we didn't discuss, didn't discuss who was going to pay for it and what president nieto tweeted was this at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump i made it clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. that was the end of the conversation. and, yes, indeed, they probably didn't discuss it i don't know. i mean i'm sure that's what trump is going to say but i don't know. >> it depends on what your definition of a discussion is or what is. it's going to see how trump answers for this. is he going to say they basically are lying about
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this? that we, you know, he didn't actually say it? you know, this was something that, i think you can make an argument that president nieto to discuss. cut off remittances to mexico force their hand into paying for this wall that can have significant economic implications for mexico's economy. the idea that he wouldn't have brought this up during their meeting would have been conspicuous. i wouldn't put it past donald trump to totally disagree with what the president just said here and really offer a totally different version of events. >> we are standing by. he is going to have big immigration speech tonight. of course air live here on fox news channel. the new fox news polls donald trump is only 2 points behind hillary clinton. and gary johnson has 9 points. that's thought to steal from clinton. >> you know, i thought the race would tighten up. she was having a real honeymoon after the convention for a long time the news about her ludicrous
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defiance over the foundation and the fact that all these boards across the country and democratic lawmakers are asking. >> "new york times" editorial board. >> for it to be neutralized folded into another group. distanced from the clintons. donations need to stop today not if she wins. really, i think it's going to harm her. i think if you look at the gary johnson factor and mcmullen his vote grows and jill stein's, trump hasn't get to 50% in a five way race or four way race. he can actually make it over the top if those spoiler candidates do well and her numbers continue to decline. >> never enough time. sorry, aaron, a.b., we have got to go. keep those twitter votes coming was donald trump smart to go to mexico tweet yes or no using #greta. donald trump has said mexico will pay for the border wall but the president of mexico says no way. so, which is it? that's next. plus, there is more
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>> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that will be for a later date. this was a very preliminary meeting. i think it was appear excellent meeting. we are, i think we are very well on our way. a lot of the things i said are very strong but we have str. we have to say what's happening. there is crime, as you know, there is a lot of crime and there is a lot of problems. but i think together we will solve those problems. i believe the president and i will solve those problems. we will get them solved. illegal immigration is a problem for mexico as well as for us. drugs are tremendous problem for mexico as well as us. it's not a one way street. and we will work together and we will get those problems involved. >> and just minutes before we went to air the president of mexico tweeted this we have translated it into english. at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump i made clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. rnc director of hispanic communication goes "on the record." hell lone, nic -- helen, nice to
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see you. >> nice to see you. >> big speech for donald trump in arizona. as director of hispanic communications, what is it that he has got to do to get the hispanic vote, he has trouble according to the polls with that vote. >> there is no question that there is work cut out. i thought today was a really good day. you saw donald trump today on the world stage as a leader. an international leader and a leader for our country talking about issues that are important to all, not just hispanics. has to do with illegal immigration, but it also has to do with negotiating better trade deals. it has to do with dealing with the issue of drug cartels. and these were the type of topics and things, jobs, someone who really represents the american workers. hispanics care about issues other than immigration. when why have had meetings with mr. trump, we have expressed and talked about jobs and economy and religion liberty, school choice. these are issues that are also concerned. >> he has talked about those but also said some things that he has been critical of a federal judge, who
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incidentally was american. he has made a crack about him. made cracks about mexicans and rape. he has offended a lot of hispanics who have come from mexico and others as well who don't like that. how does he reach those? i mean, the polls don't show he is reaching hispanics. >> well, i think he started this conversation a few weeks ago and we heard him say that he really regrets making statements that were hurtful and he acknowledges that but you also heard him speak today about the importance of the american-mexican worker and family. he talked so much about and he has expressed to us as well of how he admires the worth ethic. how he admires faith, family, and community which is so important to hispanics. i think as he goes on and continues to reach out to hispanic leaders and leaders from all groups, it's going to make that difference. >> i thought that what was effective is that he went right into the fire. that he didn't back up. he got the invitation from something that i would think not particularly hospitable meeting and he jumped right in. >> that's the type of person that he is. he is not politically
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correct. is he not going to follow, you know, the traditional path of how to do an election. hillary clinton probably is still talking to her advisors as to whether to accept the invitation from the president or not. donald trump does what he does well which is move with instinct. he works with intellect and he saw an opportunity and he took it. >> we are going to hear about 11 million people being deported tonight or what? what is he going to say about that? that's another hot issue. >> tonight we are going to hear about deterrence of illegal immigration and that's absolutely important. before you can do anything else, you have to work with deterring illegal immigration. >> deportation? >> deportation for those who are violent criminals, absolutely. >> those who are not? those here raising families but for the fact they are here illegally not under laws what about those. >> we will find out in a couple of hours. >> indeed we will. helen, thank you very much. >> thank you. >> new evidence tonight in the hillary clinton email saga. documents show clinton sent classified information over her classified email server
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after she left the state department. catherine herridge is here. catherine, how does this happen after she left? >> okay. let me walk you through the email. the email is from 2013. it was sent four months after she left the state department. and she sent it back to some of her former colleagues and they are discussing a foreign policy deal that was done during her time at the state department. and if we can just take a look at the email right now, you will see that a lot of sections have big white boxes on them. they have that code b 1 which is for classified information at that time. and the rnc argues that this is another breach. the state department argues this was classified after the fact. >> she says it wasn't classified when she sent it, i assume, right? >> exactly. >> and why -- three she sent it to, were they still employed at the state department. >> yeah. >> all three was still there, cheryl mills, huma. >> cheryl mills and huma were not there.
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she sent it to long time employees. >> the other two are out of the state department. >> it doesn't really matter. >> why is she even sending it? sending cnn email and haven't been at cnn for 15 years. >> one of the things you see in these emails and i say this in a neutral as way as possible is they treated this information like gossip. [what was topic. >> this was about a foreign policy deal that had been done during their time when she was secretary. >> a deal about what? >> it was about the uae and also dubai. it had to do with reactors in south korea. >> that sounds like gossip like. >> they treated this information like. >> wait a second, let's get to the important point here. look at the second part of the email now. this is a data point, kind of a clue in the email that tells you or reinforces the deal was classified at the time. you see this thing here that says declassify on 5/28/2023? that's 10 years to the day that it was sent by hillary clinton. this is more evidence it was classified at the time it was sent, not some time into
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the future. what i mean by gossip is loose with the information. >> i understand. the idea that she is not in the state department but she is sending around classified information and sending it to people also no longer. >> you are no longer at cnn. i know that. >> anyway, catherine, thank you. >> you're welcome. stay with "on the record" and fox news all night long. donald trump is getting ready to speak in phoenix, arizona. don't miss it. tropical storm slamming the united states. are you in danger? that forecast is next.
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awaited plan. this is a fox news alert. you better brace yourself. severe weather is headed toward the u.s. a tropical depression now upgraded to the more forceful and dangerous tropical storm. plus it even gets worse hurricane is also on the way. rick reichmuth is tracking tracg it all, rick? >> what is going on september 10th is the peak of hurricane season. right now everything is ramping up. we are seeing a lot of activity. that right there is gas ton. big hurricane but not impacting land. we had a tropical depression 8 that was right here off the coast of the carolinas. that is moving away. and that's good news. but we are watching now what has become heir marina, a tropical depression been following for two weeks now. following her mine over 39 miles per hour. that's not some spots picked
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up in excess of 8 inches of rain especially around the tampa area. all this energy is going to be pulling off toward the north and northeast had and making a landfall sometime around tomorrow night. just over 24 hours from now, somewhere around the apalachicola area this has nudged off toward the west and panama city need to be watching it and winds are now with the latest guide cans just came in up to 50 miles per hour sustained with this. now, i will tell you -- all of our gadd dance brings us up here along the coast. jerusalemy, long island and new england. and maybe having a system that sticks with us for a number of days in the new england area or the northeast. and that could cause lots of problems for us later on in the weekend. later on, right now very heavy rain across florida and carolinas. we will see significant flooding. as we watch this, this these are all of our models you see. eventually you see them go crazy here. that means we could be
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watching that kind of stick around, potentially some really bad weather sunday, monday. keep in mind this is the last unofficial weekend for people out at the beaches. we're going to have a really rough one pretty much up and down the eastern seaboard all weekend long sorry to say. >> of course always a big holiday weekend for a lot of people. it's terrible. rick, thank you. >> you bet. >> get ready to speed read the news. affluenza teen ethan couch is back in the news. couch's lawyers want him freed from jail. the lawyers claim the adult criminal court judge who sent couch to jail for two years had no authority to do so. they say the case should have been in civil court. couch violated his probation by fleeing to mexico and, of course, you will remember couch killed four people in a drunk driving accident but he only got probation because the judge decided couch was too rich to know right from wrong. and disgraced former
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congressman anthony weiner now being investigated by child welfare officials. weiner got caught again in a sexting scandal. this time he sent a woman a lewd selfie that also shows his 4-year-old son in bed with him. on monday, weiner's wife and top aide huma abedin announced she is separating from weiner. this is his third sexting scandal. sad an remembers sears, 19 years allege today 1997 the world lost a princess. princess diana killed in a car accident in paris. the mother of prince william and prince harry was only 36 years old. today people gathered outside kensington paris to remember the people's princess. that's tonight's speed read. donald trump has struggled to get hispanics on the trump train. could tonight's immigration speech change any of that or part of that. that's next.
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tonight, you will hear donald trump's immigration plan. trump has made illegal immigration focus since his campaign's first day. i am sure you will remember trump coming down the golden escalator inside of trump tower. here is what he has been saying since june 16th, 2015. >> when mexico sends his people, they are not sending his best. they are not sending you. they are not sending you. they are sending people that have lots of problems and they are bringing those problems with us. they are bringing drugs. they're bringing crime, they're rapists and some, i assume, are good people. >> i will build a great, great wall on our southern border, and i will have mexico pay for that wall. mark my words. >> are you still in favor of a wall? >> yeah, in certain sections
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you have to have a wall, absolutely. >> are you aware that the term anger baby, that's an offense term. >> you mean it's not politically correct and yet, everybody uses it? so you know what? give me a dinner term. what else would you like to say. >> american child of up documented immigrant. >> you want me to say that i excuse me i will use the word anchor baby. >> donald trump is calling for a total and complete shut down of muslims entering the united states until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on. >> i am not going to pay for this [bleep] wall. >> how are you going to make them pay for the wall? >> i will, and the wall just got 10 feet taller, believe me. >> in the cold war, we had an ideological screening test. the time is overdue to develop a new screening test for the threats we face
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today. i call it extreme investigating. >> well, will we hear more of that or something completely different or something in between tonight? reverend rodriguez president of the national hispanic christian leadership conference goes "on the record." reverend, nice to see you, sir. >> nice to see you, thank you, greta. >> well, i suppose we have a lot of hair splitting in the next few hours because donald trump says he didn't -- they didn't discuss paying for the wall and we have got a recent tweet by the president of mexico in which he says at the beginning of the conversation with donald trump i made clear that mexico will not pay for the wall. some will say that's not discussing. some will say it's discussing and is he lying or whatever. putting that fight aside which will make us crazy, tell me, what do you want to hear from donald trump tonight and what do you think would help him gain the hispanic vote and sort of restore himself with the hispanics who are deeply offended and others who are deeply offended by what he has said? >> i want to hear more of the, what i call maturing evolving donald trump.
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the donald trump from the past 10 to 12 days. the donald trump that speak about compassion, about treating individuals with humanity, treating them in a humane, moral manner, recognizing the image of god. i want to hear more of that donald trump. if donald trump today in arizona states the following: i will build that wall without a doubt but i will simultaneously build a bridge toward hispanic americans and african-americans, it may very well be a game changer. >> what do you mean by build a bridge? what does he have to do? what donald trump will say is that what he has said at least is that he wants to get those who are undocumented and not in this country legally out of this country and there has been that whole discussion about whether he would attempt to have a mass deportation or not. i don't think people think that's practical or possible. none the less, he has said. that is that -- how does he get around that in terms of building a bridge or isn't that part of this? >> yeah. building a bridge speaks to the values, the concerns of latinos and african-americans of ethnic
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communities in america. building a bridge means policy. addressing life, religious liberty. equality, school choice. issues that concern hispanic americans and immigration reform. that's where the deportation comment tonight mayvel well be the tips point. greta, tonight's statement from donald trump on deportation and i'm not engaging in pie hyperbole here mayvel well determine whether or not donald trump occupies pennsylvania avenue come next january because he has an opportunity to engage latino conservatives, the 27% that voted for romney or the 44% that voted for george w. bush. and all he needs to do is arreconcile building a wall with finding a pathway of integration for those that are currently here undocumented. >> well, it will be a fascinating speech tonight and we will see it live right here on the fox news channel. and everybody has been waiting because this is immigration policy and fascinating in light the
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fact that he was in mexico with president nieto today. i will be watching. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> and voters at home. this is your last chance to vote on twitter. was donald trump smart to go to mexico? tweet yes or tweet no using #greta. live twitter results straight ahead. coming up, colin kaepernick is losing some fans but why is one college player gaining some of those fans? that's the tease? it's off the record i will tell you next. to get where i am. and i didn't get here alone. there were people who listened along the way. people who gave me options. kept me on track. and through it all, my retirement never got left behind. so today, i'm prepared for anything we may want tomorrow to be. every someday needs a plan. let's talk about your old 401(k) today.
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their exercises. last he elected to go low, is he an exception. not all football players are jerks. case in point. florida state university travis rudolph. travis and a few of his teammates visiting a tallahassee middle school this week when travis noticed sixth grader bo sitting alone at lunch. travis asked bo if he could sit with him. as you can see the answer was yes. now, bo's mother shared the story on facebook thanking this college football star for all his kindness saying this was one day she did not have to worry if her son, who has autism ate lunch alone. travis is obviously a great guy. trying to make things better with this sweet gesture. and besides being kind to this little boy, what a message travis jester sends to all of us. inspiring, isn't it? i'm now a florida state fan, go seminoles. that's my off-the-record comment tonight. live twitter voting results on your screen right now.
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was donald trump smart to go to mexico and the numbers are 90% say yes. 10% say no. stay with fox news all night long to watch trump's big immigration speech live tonight. trump has just arrived in phoenix. that's all for now. see you tomorrow. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm eric bolling in for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. let's get straight to our top story. donald trump's highly anticipated immigration speech set to begin in phoenix, arizona just one hour from now. earlier today donald trump made a last-minute trip to mexico city, meeting with mexican president nieto to discuss economic and immigration issues. naturally trump's proposed border wall was a central focus but who would pay for it remained unclear. >> having a secure border is a sovereign right and mutually beneficial. we recognize and respect the ig


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