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great example but your companies are being ripped out of your community and your people are being left jobless, and your governments being left with no taxes. we have a nearly $800 billion -- think of that -- $800 billion annual trade deficit with the world. we trade with the world. we have a trade deficit of $800 billion. who is negotiating these deals? who is doing it? that's actually good. hillary clinton is absolutely a good answer. hillary clinton, and people like hillary clinton. that haven't got a clue and the clue they do have goes to their doctors and special interests. i've seen so maybe -- when i campaigned, during the primaries, i saw everything and it was so sad to see communities that have just been left jobless, where the companies
have moved to other countries. mexico in particular. but other countries. by ending foreign currency manipulation, product dumping and other predator trading practices, we will be able to open thousands of new plants and factories across america in. in driving over today i passed so many places, factories, 20, 30 years ago they were thriving and they're just dead. worthless. a real estate person you wouldn't pay anything. worthless. we'll put them back into action again. the future is filled with limitless possibilities for our nation, and exciting opportunities for our wonderful children. we all have to do, and we just have to work, we all have to work. but we all have to cut our ties with the failed politics of the past. you have to cut your ties. these are the people that put us
in this situation. they're not going to take us out. that includes in wars, and hillary clinton created a lot of the problems and now she is saying, how she is going to take us out. some doesn't have a clue. not even a little clue. we've had such a failed foreign policy with the people we have now. a failed education policy. a totally failed economic policy. and underneath it all, a failed political system that rewards politicians for how much donors they have or how many journalists they know, not how many americans they help to live better and more prosperous lives. that how they get rewarded. they'll talk to you and talk to
you. they'll come into cleveland. she'll be saying, what wonderful job she is going to do. she'll get your vote and then say, see you in four years. she might even say, see you in four years, suckers. because that's what it is. see you in four years, suckers. but the failures of the past are about to end. that ending begins on a very special day for this country, november 8th get out and vote. we'll have one american nation. we will be one american people. we're fighting to give every child in every forgotten stretch of this country the chance to live out their dreams in safety and in peace. that means a safe neighborhood. a quality education.
and a secure high-paying and exciting job. we only have bad jobs. we don't have good jobs anymore. many of our good jobs have left. they're gone. this is how we will rebuild our future. this is how we will make america great again for everyone. god bless you. thank you very much. thank you. thank you very much. i appreciate it, cleveland. thank you. >> that's donald trump wrapping up a speech in cleveland where, among other things, high-minds, he unveiled a new nickname for his democratic rival, trigger happy hillary. he made the comments during a blistering attack on secretary clinton and her time as secretary of state. the republican nominee accused secretary clinton of using her family's foundation to run what he called a criminal enter
surprise than covering it up. >> as part of her criminal coverup -- hillary -- you know her staff well -- you read about it all the time -- we just read about it and it's getting worse and worse. hillary clinton's staff deleted and digitally bleached -- which is acid cleaned -- her e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena -- >> for the record there are no allegations of criminal activity, obviously. trump accused clinton of lying during the forum on national security. secretary clinch ton said he knew how to handle confident information and insist head she did everything by the book. this is just the latest in the war of words between the two candidates over foreign policy and military. hillary clinton this morning ripped into donald trump for comments he made at the forum last night. trump praised putin put and claimed american generals have
been, quote, reduced to rubble. here's how clinton responded today. >> i was just thinking about all of the presidents that would just be looking at one another in total astonishment. what would ronald reagan say about a republican nominee who attacks america's generals and praised russia's president. every republican holding or seeking office in this country, should be asked if they agree with donald trump about these statements. >> clinton and trump answered questions separately at the forum. whenned a audience member asked about russia trump said he would have, quote, very good relationship with putin and it would be wonderful to team up against the islamic state. >> the fact he calls me brilliant or whatever, is going to have zero impact. >> the fact you say you can get along with him -- >> i can get along with -- >> the day you become president of the united states he is going to change his minds of key
issues. >> possibly. it's possible. don't know, matt. it's not going to have any impact. if he says great things about me issue'll say great things about him. he is very much a leader. you can say isn't that a terrible thing. very strong control over a country. it's a very different system and i don't like the system but certainly in that system he has been a leader far more than our president has been a leader. >> of course the blood where war in syria me and crisis in ukraine raised tensions between russia and the united states. so they're highest level sin the cold war. a trump surrogate defended the republican nominee this morning. michael flynn said donald trump was right when he said america's generals have been, quote, reduced to rubble under president obama. general flynn said, quote, there's been a lot of frustration. team fox coverage now. mike emanuel in charlotte and then carl cameron. >> reporter: it's remarkable. this was billed as an education
reform speech and mr. trumped by saying he just wanted to talk a little bit about hillary clinton and then ripped into her over her e-mail scandals, and then essentially re-litigated and rehashed last night's forum for a good 15 minutes or so. hit clear he felt it was necessary to reiterate that in his view, he was an initial opposer of the iraq war. notwithstanding his remarks to howard stern suggesting he might have supported. he again today accused the ands hillary clinton of lying and misrepresenting his truth and that is he was one of the early opposers, notwithstanding his remarks to howard stern. he went after hillary clinton at the and of his education speech. those remarks short. proving he is in the battle and he and hillary clinton for the next 60 days are going hammer and tong like this just about twice a day. every single opportunity reporters have to ask questions will will be their open of the other, and even when they're not
asked, as in donald trump who used his teleprompter -- clearly the remarks were prepared in advance -- they knew he would have to go against hillary again in the wake of last night's event with the interviews. >> i don't understand is in notwithstanding remarks to howard stern home told howard stern he was in support of the war. that was early in the campaign. now he wants to us rerace that from the history books and when we don't it's our full for misrepresenting what asia fact. it's really disdifficult to wrap you head around whatter and expected to do here. i'm not doing that. that's insanity, and career suicide. he said he was far the war, period. that's it. >> reporter: he was asked if he supported it and she said, yes, guess so hour sterned. trump talks about 2003 with an interview in esquire and other appears on tv, inclusion fox nut
channel with newell cavuto. even the those reverend hoe spoke positively and when saddam hussein was toppled and coup toured he said i it was a great day for the united states to the and he was a supporter. so at love of mixed messages about iraq. his first recorded utterrans was to howard stern when he said, i guess, so the question whether he was in sort of it. as for the education peach, trump proposed block granting 11 to $20 billion worth of preexisting federal education money to the states and municipalities so they can operate what he calls student scholarships for underpolice -- underprivileged kids to go to any school of their choice, public, charter 0, private schools, even online schools and that part of the speech was 15 or 20 minutes today. he is very much embracing the run's long-standing appeal for
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now hillary clinton. mike emanuel is live with us and he is covering the hillary campaign. >> reporter: good afternoon. north carolina is interesting. hillary clinton campaigning here because after being seen as a conservative state in 1980 with reagan's win, until president barack obama's victory in 2008, now it's seen as more of a purple state. the real clear politics average here in the tar heel state gives hillary clinton an ever so slight of an edge over donald trump. 44.3 to 44.8. so here in charlotte clinton tried to sell working with republicans. >> tomorrow i will hold a meeting of bipartisan -- bipartisan -- which is what i want to get us back to -- where republicans and democrats work together to make the changes to protect our country. i'm going to be meeting with a bipartisan group of leaders and experts to focus more on these crucial challenges.
>> reporter: clinton hoping, striking that bipartisan tone in a state that could go either way -- may help her win over independents and republicans uncomfortable supporting trump. >> she made it clear no escalation of the war in iraq and in fact drew a red line. >> reporter: she was very tough last night on the issue of american ground troop inside the middle east to fight isis. >> they're not going to get ground troops. we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and we're not putting ground troops into sear ya. we'll defeat isis without committing american ground troops. >> reporter: the issue is there are currently 4460 ground troops working in iraq, another 300 or so, mostly special operators.
>> a big contingent of american ground troops on the ground in iraq and syria would not be in the best interests of the fight against isis and other terrorist groups. >> reporter: here in north carolina, a huge military state, the home of fort bragg, camp lejeune and others, part of her message was she is serious about keeping america safe. >> one this will maiandidate fot has ever done as far as we can toll is cozy up to vladimir putin. at the candidates go back and forth over russia's putin there's word that u.s. officials are warning russia not to butt into our election. could be too late. now hillary hillary hillary hils trying to leak russian's hacking into the donald trump camp.
continuing coverage of the fight over foreign policy in donald trump and hillary clinton saying the other is unfit to serve, obviously. john bussey is the associate jet for "the wall street journal." never seen anybody cozy up vladimir putin. i don't understand the logic. calling mexicans racist and then make putin cool. what are you doing? >> it's unusual and difficult to understand, particularly when he is comparing vladimir putin's strong leadership against what he considers the weak leadership of a sitting american president. so clinton has been pointing this out, going after him on this today. respect for the man, respect for the institution. interesting also that clinton is raising the name of ronald reagan in her comments. appealing clearly to disaffected
republicans, who look at donald trump and hear his comments, his favorable comments about putin, on a day when the pentagon is denouncing russia for having sent a jet fighter that buzzed within ten feet of an mental surveillance plane on the very day that happened yesterday, trump is being very positive about putin. she is using this, i think to drive a deeper wedge between those republicans who are in support of trump and those who view him as not capable of handling foreign policy. she wants that latter group to come intro her campaign. >> what did you make of the forum last night? >> it was very interesting from the standpoint of the putin comments, the discussion of experience. this is something that clinton needs to drive home, even though i think her interview got, once again, bowl -- -- in the discussion of e-mails.
the drip, drip, drip of the e-mail controversy does not go away and this is really getting in the way of her being able to expressly detail her experience level versus trump. experience is at the root of this campaign, whether or not people are looking at the key issues or not. we just saw gary johnson today, the libertarian candidate, be asked for his impression of what is going on in aleppo, syria, and he said what's aleppo? he was unfamiliar with a city at the center of the refugee crisis in syria. so, perhaps comments like that are going to affect the viewer and the voter more as they get closer to the polls and think about that sort of thing, about aleppo and trump's comments about putin. >> we have a -- the aleppo comment went viral and could shape things here and we'll get into the details. did it seem to you any of the
three of them were ready for lost night? >> it was a shaky business and -- >> eviscerating. >> that's right. and matt lauer is getting critiqued for not fact-checking trump more in his comments. think what you did earlier in the broadcast is a reflection of the need to do that trump's comments he was against the war -- >> says things that are not true and the media does not call him out. that dereliction of duty. >> may be a chance in which the immediate immediate has to do this for all of ocandidates -- >> the last six months. >> if he says he was against the iraq what are hen says to howard stern, yeah, i guess so. he had the i same kind of uncertainty that the public had and that the congress had. we're not sure but it seems to be they have weapons of mass
destruction. we're told that by the intelligence community -- and that he was against intervention in libya when there are comments in favor of it. >> the not war in libyaor, arele see gary johnson and donald trump and the hillary clinton and the media has to be aggressive on fact checking. >> it's almost as if people are scared to fact check him we know the wrath from him when you fact check. if you correct him using the facts, he'll rip you to shreds. >> i think the media is getting better at this. >> better get better. >> there's been evidence throughout the campaign. i think that donald trump has a method where even just now in his comments he says the media has been back and forth on whether or not this is what i said about the iraq war. the immediate has not been back and forth. it this is what you stayed too
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to turn us back on. and up. hillary clinton defending her handling of classified when she was secretary of state. instead now instead of telling the fed she didn't know what letters of the alphabet means she is telling voters she knows how the system works. here's what he said last night. >> i have a lot of experience dealing with classified material started when i was on the senate armed services committee going
into the four years as secretary of state. classified material has a header which says "top secret," "secret," "confidential. nothing -- i will repeat this and this is verified in the report by the department of justice -- none of the e-mails sent or received by me had such a header. >> experience no confusion over labels. comes after we learned from the fbi's report that clinton told investigators she did not know paragraphs marked with a c knew the information was confidenta. she says she took the system seriously enwe some traveled she would go into a tent to read something classified so nobody with a camera can pick it up. the fbi director comey said clinton was extremely careless in happening classified information but the evidence was not there to recommend charges. garrett teny is live in
washington. director comb comey is defending his investigation. >> it's been a long two months for director comb where and the fbi. no shortage of criticism and backlash towards the bureau since comey announced the investigators would not recommend charges against hillary clinton, including from many republican lawmakers who are now calling for new investigations. despite that, though in an internal memo to fbi employees comey says she still has no questions be the outcome of the investigation. writing in part, at the end of the day, the case itself was not a cliff-hanger despite all the chest beating from people no longer in government there was not a prosecutorrable case. the hard part was to offer unprecedented transparency about our thinking, and regarding the critic of the quality of the investigation, comey writes in part i have no patience for suggestions we conducted ourselves a anything but what we are, honest, competent, and
independent, suggesting we are political or part of some fix, don't know us or they're full of baloney. maybe some of both. >> defending the timing of the release, director comey is as well. >> he knew waiting not friday to release the dodges would cause grief and he almost decided to wait until tuesday but he said the documents were ready on friday and waiting to release them would have been simply playing games which he says the fbi does not do. lawmakers still have a lot of questions about hillary clinton's e-mails and will likely hear this later this month when he appears before the house judiciary committee for an annual hearing. >> e-mails show colin powell gave secretary clinton advice about getting record-keeping requirements and using herberry. the maryland congressman elijah
cummings says the exchange shows republicans are focusing on hillary clinton to hurt her campaign. the messages are from a couple of days after clinton's swearing in as secretary of state. clinton said -- during the e-mails, clinton asks paul what restrictions on his blackberry and whether he used his personal office. powell points out hi didn't have a blackberry but writes, and quote, what did do is have a personal computer hooked up to a private phoneline so i could talk to friends with it going throw the state department serve and he warned he, and iif its pa blackberry and it is government and you are using it, government or not to do business, mate by become an official record and subject to the law, and says, be very careful. i got around it all by not saying much and not using the systems to capture the data.
secretary powell responded today saying he wasn't trying continue newspapers clinton. he -- to influence clinton and was not aware that any private or left field exchangessed need to be treated as official record and he says he stands by his decisions. let's brick in lisa layer from the "associated press" soap. it's convoluted. elijah cummings dragging out stuff from colin powell and every day is an e-mail thing. can we ever get to something serious. >> this is a problem for hillary clinton's campaign. she doesn't have a concise answer that breaks through all this clutter and explains to the american people what she was doing with the private server in her home. she says many, many times it was a mistake but she hasn't explained why she did it. and i think that is why these questions keep on lingering and remain a problem for her.
even things that should be go for her, like colin powell say i didn't it could do the same thing but i had a private phone line which sounds quaint um but this reinforces the perceptions that voters have she isn't telling the truth. >> from your reporting are they trying to shut this down? are they trying to give the answers that will make this move along or come to a realization it doesn't what e matter what they do the republicans will hang on to this? >> i think that e the clinton campaign looks this as a rorschach test for voters voterd argue supporters see evidence of the last rite-wing conspiracy clinton talked about decade ago. they say voter who don't support her see this as evidence she did something nefarious and is corrupt. so the don't think this is moving undecided voters but there is a real -- from talking to voters, it does play into
some narratives that are damaging out there about her, which i questions about her truthfulness and honesty. >> critics rafe been pushing her to go out and have a news conference she had a news conference this morning. what did you make of the timing and substance? >> i think that think there was a lot of things that trump said in the forum last night that clinton thought she could jump on, and she did. such as him saying that -- talking about obama and president putin, donald trump saying -- talking about what he got in his intelligence briefing, which is a violation of classified information. clinton would argue. she says to the issues didn't get enough attention in the wake of the forum so they want to make sure the are in the news cycle and she did. ill it centralled how hillary clinton can drive the news in a way that her sure good at -- surrogates and other supporters cannot. and it makes you wonder why they
didn't put her out earlier. >> and then donald trump comes out and accuses her of doing the same things. they accuse of other of it hoping the media will go, oh, they're attacking each other again and not pay any attention. >> it's like we're in a presidential campaign, the final two months here, huh? where things get -- the back and fort is intense. >> great to see you, thank you. president obama says donald trump is not fit to be president and americans should question his, quote, outright whacky ideas. the president also said he is confident that voter is will not elect that billionaire in november. the president was responding to a question at the end of his week-long trip to asia. a reporter asked the president about trump's comment last night that the russian president, vladimir putin, has been far more of a leader than president obama. >> i don't think the gave's qualified to be president of the united states. and every time he speaks, that
opinion is confirmed. >> president obama also said americans should not allow trump's outrageous behavior to become the new norm. blake berman is live in washington. >> not only did president obama call frump's ideas as whacky and described think as uninformed and contradictory. the president made the comments this morning in laos during a news conference. he was there for a meeting of leader of asian nations and president obama seemed to suggest a potential president thank you. would not be prepared for a meeting of that magnitude. >> this is serious business and you actually have to know what you're talking and actually have to have done your homework, and when you speak, it should actually reflect thought-out policy that you can implement. >> the president also added he thinks the american people
listen to trumps words and look at his track record, then they'll, quote, make a good decision. so far, though, no response today from donald trump or his campaign. >> it is certainly not the first time the president has gone after the republican contender, but it's not as if he has been out on the campaign trail. is that going to change? >> he does have -- he has been out there for hillary clinton and the clinton campaign is roll ought the president, some surrogates, michelle obama coming out, elizabeth warren and the like. tradition suggests that politics, ate least in this case, -- it's supposed to cease when heading abroad but there's a running list of president obama trashing trump while on northern soil in may in japan he said foreign lighters war rattled by trump in canada he president implied that trump was engaging in nativism and xenophobia, and last month president obama declared trump
unfit to serve as president. that was a quote. and as you just asked, the president has been campaigning for hillary clinton and over the next 61 days, i believe we are now, you can expect him out there again in the future. >> two more months. two more months. thank you, blake. >> you got. >> did you see gary johnson this morning? how he says, quote, have to get smarter. the words of mike barnacle. are you kidding me? are you kidding me, gary johnson? are you kidding me? you weren't kidding, were you? no, you weren't.
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>> what would you do if elected about aleppo. >> about -- >> aleppo. >> and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding. >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. it's the epicenter of the refugee crisis -- >> okay, got it. got it. >> johnson later put out a statement saying he blanked. and actually blanked. not like covering an expletive there. said he blanked. political an cysts say it could be a set back for his campaign as he makes a push to get on the debate stage. the former republican governor of new mexico is polling an average of nine percent. if you get to 15% you qualify for the debates, ask to get nine percent, if you that from the two candidates you could be a game-changer, right? not if you don't know anything. >> shannon bream is live in washington. what else is johnson saying
about the morning joe thing. >> he spent most of his day trying to explain what happened, begin thing the statement that readness part, quote: i blanked. it happens and will happen again during the course of this campaign. can i name every si in syria? no. i should have identified aleppo? jess, die under is in significance in yes. today there was also this moment on "the view." >> if someone had a gun to your head would you vote for hillary or trump. >> i'd let it go off. >> shep, you could say he has had an eventful day. >> i mex this -- mention this, because of the tightness of the campaign this could have a real impact. >> johnson and former governor wells have made significant progress. they haven't reached the 15're
thresh hold to be in the debate the aleppo flub could be trouble or something to turn to his advantage. >> cleanup on aisle one sometimes works and he could do a multitude of interviews where he takes hard questions and is prepared with substantive answers on foreign policy and national security to make it seem as if that was just a one-off mistake. >> said the were things he did not know as for so he surrounded him with knowledgeable people, dug into the topics and then made informed decision and choo it be no president -- no different as president. >> neil cavuto will talk to him about this on "your world." ryan lochte could have a lot more time to focus on his "dancing with the stars." he u.s. olympic committee today announced lochte's suspension from swimming after his drunken
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then there's ryan lochte who is now banned from swimming through june of next year after his drunken night at a gas station in rio. the u.s. olympic swimming and u.s.a. swimming announceed the suspension today after he lost some sponsors. the whole thing started when lochte claimed a gunman robbed him and his teammates in brazil. police in brazil called that a lie and they were covering up they trashed a gas station bathroom because it was there. lock teach admitted he overexaggerated his story. lea gabrielle is here. >> the u.s. olympic committee decided to ban lochte for competing in swimming for ten months and has to for quit $100,000 of himmist medalist money. as for the ban he can't compete in the worldnships because he has to mills the qualifying. he also won't receive his
monthly stipend or use u.s. olympic committee training facilities and will be doing 20 hours of community service and today the u.s. olympic statement said the behavior of these athletes was not acceptable. unfairly maligned our hosts and diverted attentionary from the historic achievements of team u.s.a. each athlete was secretaried responsibility. as for the other swimmers involved that, hey before suspended for four months and also will have to miss special events legislation their trip to the white house. >> what is next for lochte, like i care. >> gabrielle tmz sports caught up with lochte in the airport today after he learned the news, and basically asked him about his feelings on the olympic committee's decision help wouldn't comment, however he also was asked about he will be doing and she said, dancing. here's what he said about his performance on "dancing with the
stars." >> what is more nerve wracking for you, swimming or dancing? >> dance big par. >> really? >> oh, yeah. >> why? >> because i can't dance. gabrielle he can't dance. we'll see about that next week when the new season premieres. tmz asked him how he felt about michael phelps receiving a six month suspension after his second twidui and his response was no comment. >> refresh change. an asteroid the size of an rv did a surprise fly-by. scientist discovered the space rock two days before the close encounter. didn't hit us. >> no here's a video loop going past. you can see it rite there in the red circle 32 feet long and snuck in over the south pole and they didn't see it coming. but to give you an idea how close it got the asteroid is
25,000 miles from the expert the moon is 240,000 miles from earth. so it's pretty close and a good reminder how scary it can be out in space and nasa is launching a rocket today to study -- hopefully if the weather is good but that's the plan -- to study a huge asteroid which is much bigger, the size of the empire state building but they're going there and they're going to hope to learn more things -- >> out bit not going to hit us. >> hopefully not. >> they now have systems in place to monitor asteroids as they're whizzing around to make sure they're not coming our way. >> this is one that could be scariest but probably not. like one in 200,000 chance. >> okay. >> in 200 years. >> like it would hit november 9th. >> oh. that's going to be a good day,
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