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we'll bridge in -- bring in education locally. i will fight for every child in this country who deserve better futures. the african-american community has heard my message that i am going to make the inner cities safe again and going to break back jobs and bring back the great education. don't be surprised -- remember this, november 8th -- we have been given a lot of support over the last three or four weeks. if on november 8th, i get more african-american and hispanic votes than anyone thought possible about a month ago. you see what is going on. people are starting to hear about this and they're saying, wow, wow, they're liking it. and again, can't get any worse. going to get a lot better but only if i do it.
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they can't do it. the democrats have -- what they've done is incredible. and hillary clinton will be absolutely more of the same. rigid. it will never change. remember, 100 years, 70. >> 50 -- it's not going change. not going to happen. now, let talk about another issue that will define the future of this country for general raiths to come. -- generations to come. the united states supreme court. [applause] earlier this year we lost the great justice antonin scalia. the next president will not only ha to fill this seat but as many as four others. it could even be -- i mean we could end up with a total of five judges by one president. it would be record-setting. probably be three. could be four, could even be five.
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and you pick the wrong people, you have a country that is no longer your country. it will be a disaster. one of the most important issues, frankly, other than maybe defense -- because we'll build up our military, it's so depleted. we'll take care of our vetted. we'll protect your second amendment. so many things. but one of the most important, some people think it's the most important, is the filling of the seats in the united states supreme court you see what is happening right now. essentially it's 4-4. and you see what -- how bad it is. we're going to pick great judges eye. already put a list of 11 federalist society, highly recommended, got uniform great reviews on these 11 people. and we are going to put truly great people. maybe we use judge scalia as the ultimate example of what we're looking for.
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okay? this will determine whether or not we remain a constitutional republican. frankly. that's what is going to happen. i have pledged to appoint judges who will uphold the constitution to protect your religious liberty and apply the law answer written. -- the law as written. we reject judges who rewrite the constitution to impose their views on 300 million plus persons. i've made public a list oui -- his of judged that it will guide my selection process. hillary clinton has refused to provide such a list. we brought it ump. let sear you list. every saw the list? you would walk out not feeling very well because she knows the
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extremist judges she would pick would be rejected by the overwhelming majority of the american public. they'd be rejected. clinton's judicial picks would allow her to completely take over american health care, the american economy, and the americans' religious liberty. not to mention your second amendment, which is on very thin ice right now, as you know. because of the fact that we're -- 4-4, if they pick the wrong judge you can kiss the second amendment goodbye and we don't want to see that. another issue in this race of great importance to everyone in this room, is the issue 0, of course, of national security. just today, it was announced, that north korea performed it fifth nuclear test. it's four-since hillary clinton became secretary of state.
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it's just one more massive failure from a failed secretary of state. failed at everything. her policies have also put iran on to a path of nuclear weapons. and i have to say, made them overnight an absolute power. they were dying three years ago. the sanctions were choking them. they would have fallen but obama didn't support people that would have taken over, and i think in this case, probably would have taken over the right way. got no support. but you look at what has happened to iran in such a short period of time. but remember, the ransom payments. remember, 400 emergency two weeks ago. then they made a mistake. this is cash.
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remember they said they paid cash because they can't open a bank account. no way of sending it into a checking account. liesful just e was a big lie. you can use your doctors. 27 times can right? 27 times. use your doctors, use your plans. turned out to be a total lie. all a big lie. a ringed system and it's a lie, and i'll tell you what, i tell you what. the 400 million for those that have not been reading the papers turned tout to be 1.7 billion in cash. cash. and i actually said -- they said that money is used for terror. said they don't need it for terror. they have 150 billion, in addition to the $150 billion. they don't need it. this is going into their swiss account and their accounts. they're not going to use it for terror. they have plenty of money for terror. 1.7 bill in cash. big vats of cash you saw it.
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cartons. never saw anything like it. i've seen a lot of cash. never saw anything like this. 1.7 billion. can you imagine these guys, planes get good-they wouldn't give that the hostages. they waited for hours and obama kept saying, no, no, this has nothing to do do -- even the hostages said they kept us waiting for a certain plan to come in not to take them back. they were waiting, just another lie. can you imagine these people sitting there and they see 1.7 billion in cash? the think we're stupid. they think we're stupid. they won't be thinking it for long. applause block. [applause] very sad. at the same time, isis is
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hunting down and exterminating what are called the nation of the cross. isis is carrying out a genocide against christians in the middle east. we cannot let this evil continue. can't let it. isis must be destroyed. have. to have no choice. to defeat isis, we must use military warfare but also cyber warfare, financial warfare, and ideological warfare. a whole different ball game today than it was 50 years ago, and 200 years ago. different world. we must also establish a bipartisan goal in the united states and in international goal with our allies of defeating
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radical islamic terrorism. [applause] >> words that our president won't use and worded hillary clinton won't use. just like we won the cold war, by identifying our enemy and building a consensus to guide a long-term strategy. so, too, must we do the same with islamic terrorism. by the way, president obama has allowed syrian refugees to pour into our country at unbelievable rates, and hillary clinton wants to allow 550% more. but it's almost impossible to get a christian in from syria. they take others but they don't
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take christians. very rare. very rare. so i said that we need to make safe zones in the region. we want to take care of people. but we absolutely cannot allow this potential tremendous threat to continue, and we have to stop this. this is going to be potentially a catastrophe for our country. it's from within. this could be the all-time great trojan horse. this could be it. you ever notice on the -- you look at the migration trail and see people with cell phones. and some of the cell phones have the isis flag. printed on them, and some of them have things far worse than that. scenes far worse than that. so, it was the failed policy -- you have to remember -- of hillary clinton and obama that unleashed isis in the first
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place. if they did the right thing you wouldn't be talking about isis right now. now she wants to get rid of -- we'll get rid of them. she tells them already, there will be no boots on the ground. you don't want to say it. don't say it. now they're sailing, i hope she wind, boy, would they dream 60 having her as president. can you imagine? they dream about it every night, having hillary clinton, but even if you believe -- i can understand that. no boots on the ground. you don't say it. let them think they're going to go through hell. don't say it. can you imagine the great general douglas macarthur, can you imagine the great general george patton, or one of tower great generals we have today, general flynn, who is here someplace -- i love general flynn -- but can you imagine
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these people saying, -- they're basically giving out the strategy. there will be no boots on the ground. if you don't want that, i fully understand. don't say it. don't say it. can you imagine macarthur saying, we'll fight the enemy and we're going to move our troop inside about a month, hit from behind. we're going to hit them from the front. and everything they say turns out to be true. i hate to say this because we have a lot of evangelical inside this room. maybe we shouldn't be so honest when it comes to military strategy. does that make sense? i hope i adopt lose your vote for saying that. just look at what her policies have left us with in iraq. syria, and libya. the problem is, hillary clinton is trigger-happy. she really is.
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trigger-happy, and yet she says, no boots. probably will turn out to be another disaster. her tenure has brought us only war and destruction and death. she is just too quick to intervene, invade, or to push for regime change with people we don't even know who they are. they take over and they're far worse. this creates the power vacuum that are filled by terrorists and groups like isis. my administration on the other hand will work with any country that is willing to partner with us to defeat isis, and halt radical islamic terrorism. and by the way that includes rescuer. if they want to join us on knocking out isis, that is just fine as far as i'm concerned.
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it's a very imperfect world, and you can't always choose your friends. it's life. but you can never fail to recognize your enemy. we have some real enemies. unfortunately for our country, our enemies probably hacked into hillary clinton's e-mails. these are the same e-mails she destroyed after receiving a federal subpoena. what that? using software in order to bleach the e-mails so you can never, ever see them. she even mysteriously lost 13 different phones before the fbi got them. and many were destroyed with a hammer.
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did anybody ever hit a hammer -- maybe two or three people. but they were just released from prison, those two people. can you believe this? destroyed them with a hammer. the ode fashioned way issue guess. the other night, in the commander-in-chief forum -- did anybody see that? how did i do? but we have big debate coming up who knows what will happen there i will say every poll has me winning big league the commander-in-chief. we had the polls came out after that event and we won big league. now we have a debate coming up. don't imagine any of you will be watching the debate. i won't. hillary clinton answered questions on her e-mails
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horribly. that why she lost. that's wife she did so poorly. she was table. she was -- honestly, i shouldn't be saying this, she was terrible. she keeps talking about the i'm amountedded. every time she talks about them, she talks about them differently. seems each week, she has a different answer. but there can be no answer when she deletes 33,000 e-mails, bleaches them so they can never be recovered, and unheard of practice, hammers them into total silence. you know what is happening you know what is happening. i always say, getting away with that will be the single greatest accomplishment of her career. true. it's true. so her answers were bad.
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they were bad. and a lot of people said, they were so totally dishonest, and you know, she was blaming matt law-under. he thought he did a very good job himself questions to me were very tough. but the gentleman who stood up and said, honestly. >> be in prison for what you did. to me that was the tough one. that was the tough one. that was tough question. sort of a question in form of a state. right? hillary clinton is unfit to be our president. for many reasons. [applause] true. [chanting] [chanting]
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>> she's unfit for many reasons. the biggest of which is her judgment. it's just so bad. it's time to restore honesty and integrity to our government. have to do it. and one more issue, final issue i want to discuss today is the economy. and helping those in need. there is no more charitable group in this country than christians, and all of us -- true -- and all of us here today are determined to lift suffering americans out of poverty. going to do it. with a lot of people going to help. at you president i will pursue a complete reform of our economy to bring back millions of new jobs into our country. millions of new jobs.
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we've lost our jobs like we're a bunch of babies. they're gone to other countries. they've gone to mexico, gone to many other countries. china is taking massive advantage of us. it's all so easy. believe me. it's all so easy. that includes we will be doing massive tax cuts for working families and for businesses. [applause] it includes very importantly the elimination of all needless job-killing regulations. [applause] it includes lifting the restrictions on american energy, which is under siege. i will also renegotiate nafta and if they don't want to
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renegotiate it so it becomes a two-way highway, not just a one-way highway out of the united states for cower companies and our jobs, we will terminate nafta. believe me. we'll stand up to china. and we're going to fight for every last job. it's going to be america first and it's going to be the american worker first. crucially i will also fight for the mesh -- american family and american family values. the family must be at the center of any antipoverty agenda. has to be. thank you. our country just lost a great
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woman. phyllis schlafly. we send our thoughts and prayers to her loved ones. will be going to her funeral tomorrow in st. louis. phyllis fought very hard to the very end for a free and prosperous america. she understood that to be truly united as a country, we can't simply turn to government or to politicians. the bedrock of our unity is the realization that we're all brothers and sisters created by the same god. phyllis understood that. and by the way, phyllis inners toed me a long time ago when it wasn't necessarily something that was so easy to do. set was incredible.
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so brave. she ends doored me and that was not the thing to do at the time. people said, trump? she said, he's going to win. you don't understand. he knows how to win. he's going win. they said, phyllis? not going to be trump. and we went, boom, boom, boom. but i will tell you, phyllis endorse met at time when it wasn't necessarily the thing to do, even the popular thing to do, and i will never forget that. that had a huge impact. she was a great, great powerful woman with a tremendous heart, and i look forward to being with her family tomorrow because that's a celebration. she was 892 -- 92 years old. we are all equal. and we all come from the same creator. if we remember that simple fact, then our future is truly limitless. there is nothing we as americans
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can't do. there's a biblical verse i've often read and i want to repeat it again because i think it is so important to what we're trying to achieve right now for our country. it's from first john chapter 4. no one has ever seen god but if we love one another, god lives in us and his love is made complete. in us. so true. [applause] so true. imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people under one god, saluting one flag.
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it's time to stop quibbling over the smallest words and time to start dreaming about the greatea adventures that lie ahead for our country. in 2017, we will be one of you. american nation. it's time to break our ties with the bitter failures of the past and to embrace a new american future. have to do it. together we will make america believe again. we will make america united again. and we will make america great again. thank you very much. and god bless you. thank you.
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>> all right. you have been listening to donald trump, on and off the script there, but all of this was occurring as you were probably catching on the here right of your screen and wasn't a mistake, huge selloff at the corp over wall and broad. you're watching "your world." a big selloff that fuels an argument that donald trump has been making that a lot of what we have been seeing in the economy, the markets could be built on a precipice of paper here, and that is that it's the federal reserve and how much we are dependent on it to fuel the recovery that he says is more a mirage. that is a political view of this but occurred on the same day a key fed member. the latest now to say, yeah, things are going such that we might hike interest rates sooner rather than later. the federal reserve is expect teed meet later this month only the 20th and 21st and the betting seems to be it's going to raise interest rates to address an economy that is
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picking up steam. the market interpreted that as a return to a steady state of interest rate hikes, something that trump has said really proves the fact they're worried and they created bubble and they're getting frantic. that's a political reason. let's get the read from charles paine and garrett and newt gingrich. newt, this idea -- many have criticized the federal reserve and whether we have this mirage of a recovery going on here but if the markets respond that way to what would be just the slightest of interest rate increases, what do you think? >> i think the period federal researching has walked itself into a disaster. they have so mach paper united states there, they have people relying so much on very, very low interest rates, some countries actually with negative interest rates, which is theft from the public and order to subsidize government debt. any way they try get back out of
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this is going cause extraordinary dislocations and it's frank live because the fed has given up on its primary job. the only job the federal reserve should have is to keep money stable. you should know that if you earn a dollar this year, that 30 years from of how it's going to be worth a dollar. they have totally failed at that and i think we need very substantial revision of how the federal reserve works. >> charles payne, don't want to make too much of one day but this was global in nature and now people are saying, we're running out of ammunition to support what has been a good market party. and this is the fall and you know the next question i'm going to ask you, whether you worry about a fall event. mark cuban, bigger supporter of hillary clinton is worried ballot fall event. are you? >> i'm not but i like what newt had too say and i just like to piggyback off that. he portrayed a picture of america of being at absolute
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best case scenario for employment him painted a picture of an america that's doing extraordinarily well, firing on all sill-sill len defers. that's not true. the market is afraid of a federal reserve zoo so incompetent they would talk like this when all the recent data points nor recession and disinflation than in nation and a booming economy. think we see another vote of no confidence in the federal reserve for even talking about an economy that no one else sees. >> i do want to get back to newt because we'll lose him soon and then go to gary. the argument has always been that volatile market events could hurt the party in power in the white house. not all the time but a lot of timesful eight years ago that was certainly the case for republicans. many other factors to put it mildly. but, newt, do you see this with the prospect of all of is unwinding going on and fears of it unwinding? what would we the fallout?
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>> well, if it actually does happen and you get a very substantial shift towards a down market the psychological effect of that further hurts a hillary clinton campaign already in trouble. but remember, nick of the american enterprise institute published on labor diddley are 10 million males who have dropped out of the labor market entirely. the true unemployment rate probably would be in the mid-teen evidences he what the number of participants we had. the federal officials, the federal reserve officials are mostly academics, mostly out of touche with reality. haven't create jobs. haven't been in free enterprise and it's a very dangerously isolated system that doesn't understand the real world. >> you know, gary, a lot of people will look at this and reagan was famous for saying market goes up and down. right after the '87 stock market
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crash disthis may be a one-day event. want to allay the fears of what was precipitating this. ironically the federal reserve hiking interest rates to address an economy that's doing okay. do you agree with that? this is far from a negative thing. it's an acknowledgment the federal reserves want toes to tamp this down because things are doing well. >> i really don't think the feds see what is really going on. the biggest -- i've written about this for three years now. eave asset price, every data point. every economic statistic around the goal is off of $20 trillion of printed money. negative rates and the actual buying up of markets. in the last week a couple of european companies were able to float bonds at negative rates. that's nonas a massive distortion of price and yield and free markets and i'm a big believe, at the end of the rode -- not today or tomorrow or a year from now -- there's going be a disaster because we're
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talking a gargantuan amount of flushed money into the system that should never have been there. >> that's called a bubble, charges -- charles payne, we created a bubble. we wouldn't be seeing what we're seeing. we wouldn't be seeing this. now, all these guys are worried. i'm talking central banks the world over are worried. are you. >> of course i'm worried and to gary's point you never know when this stuff comps to a head. i will say today, the guy we're talking about, talked about the commercial real estate market. there's no doubt here in new york city, there are cranes everywhere. they building apartment buildings that chinese millionaires are buying. so there's a lot of concern about -- >> i'm sorry to jump in on this. want to -- we're getting word that the u.s. consumer product safety commission urged anyone who was bought one of this samsung galaxy smartphones to turn them off and stop using.
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15 years after 9/11. today interesting timing on the part of the united states congress to finally allow the families victims to sue foreign governments they might have had a role to play in that horrible day. now, that was an overwhelming vote in the house and voice vote in the senate. the president promised he would veto this legs. he said it would put american lives in danger a broad and doesn't think that would be a good idea remember but all of this on the heels of the sunday formal 15 year anniversary of the hard to believe -- isn't hard to believe for this next gentleman. hi father ron was seen holding the door for employees who were trying to escape in tower two. i've heard so many horrific and powerful stories and have a difficult time getting through
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this and understanding rob and how he has honored his dad. he is a dad himself now. talked to him 15 years ago and he was just a kid. still a kid good to have you. >> great to see you. welcome back. >> good do have you. what do you think of this one step closer to your family or other families wanted to sue, let's say saudi arabia. you can't. if the president doesn't veto this. >> i think it's a complicated issue. we have not talked about it as a family. a lot of familieds are going to rush to try to do something because of their love for their loved ones they lost. i myself -- i have to give some thought. i'd rather focus on things i can control, which is helping people. >> for those who aren't familiar, and seems almost every year since the tragedy when you lost your dad, people are not aware, some are not aware, but your father could have left and was free and clear, but he chose
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to help people, to keep the door open. explain. >> yes. so my dad was last seen holding the door to help people and we kept hearing countless stories of those of days, he was a quiet man but very loud, telling people not to go back to their office and to go home and we have started a hold to the door for others and we have a 5k run. your in good shape so we hope too see you there. >> can i drive it. >> we'll get you golf cart. so it's a great way to remember my dad and live through him and we're very grateful we have that story. >> i know your a new dad yourself. the one aspect i loved that be story, whenow you were trying to find out what happened to your dad, you put reeses peanut butter cups everywhere, which he loved them. and i like them. and at the memorial today many times there's a reese's peanut
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butter cup there you still do that. >> we still do that. e've people taken it's step further. it's a way to honor my dad and we named our daughter reese. her nice is reese and she easts just as many -- >> she's beautiful. look at the little reese's shirt. you never caught on that when i would be interviewing you at the memorial that all the missing reeses were me. >> your staff told me. >> is it tough for you every year? >> it is. you ask me that question. this year is more heavy the most. every night this week i have tried. looked at my daughter because of the fact that she is not going to see my dad and enjoy those movements but we did get an opportunity to explain to her what a great person he was and what a great pitch she can be and we want her to help people in his honor as well. >> i know ski you this every year but i do it for the benefit of those who don't know. any betterness your dad was free
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and clear, could have been alive today, but, no, he had to open the door. no he had to let them all out. what do you -- >> not an ounce. i'm so proud of him. if he has to get taken out, you get taken out leading the way and helping people and a lot of people die crossing the street or random ways. his last act was an act of kindness. >> i tell people who say, reliving this every year, what the big deal? people died. and i said but people like rob and his family have to see it again, year in and year out. the tapes of the planes hitting the tower, knowing your dad is in there i don't think you ever get over that. >> you don't get over it. it becomes part of you. i'll be at the memorial every year on september 11th. i'll be there that how i honor my dad. that's how i speak to him. the where he was last but you make it part of your live and everything you've do, and you
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live your life the way he lost his life, which is being a person that is a good person that carries at others and puts them first. >> now your a hottie to they best-selling author, successful business going and all these degrees. what do you think your dad would say. >> he would say stop talking so much. >> misdad says the exact same thing. could i ask you this. i had tom settle here, the first homeland security secretary, he said it's going to happen again. i'm paraphrasing here -- have to put in perspective. it's in the new reality. what do you think of that? >> it is. think he is right. i think something different will happen at some point. so we need to be vigilant and be resilient. we need to be smart about things. even though the freedom tower is rebuilt and resilient and can withstain a plane crash might be a different way that people will get us but we have to keep on top of mind, we're americans,
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we're a brave country, and we've got to continue to be brave and be free and support people -- >> but you know he did something that rattled some people when he was here, and because it echoed something we have heard of other leaders. we lose more people every year in car accidents than we do certainly in terror attacks and that we -- maybe i'm to blame, the media -- we overcover these things, and we embolden the bad guys and we have to have a different attitude the way we respond to terror. what did you think of that. it'. it's both. we need to talk about what has happened. also do think we need to be more open as a country. think americans be more open minded, can have more dialogue, rafaelize that emotion is very powerful, something happened you doesn't mean that everyone part of the culture hateouts and we need to have more conversations with people that are different than to us see how they're like us. >> how is the rest of the family doing. >> they're doing awesome. have relatives from queens,
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saying, hough -- how is neil. >> i val -- value your kind words. your dad would be proud but you do talk too much. she's going to make a cannoli flavored reeses for you. >> your mom. >> she has four grandkids -- >> still make thing marinara. >> yes. >> never let that go. rob, thank you very much. it's a tough time but we are thinking thinking of you, buddy. did you bring in the reeses? >> no. >> my cardiologist is not watching. >> but he did text me. >> okay. i'll behave. thank you very much, my friend. i do want to bring up these cross-currents and other developments. we're waiting to hear from hillary clinton. she is in new york and is
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meeting to he point of the conversation we were just having with national security officials. it's all about terrorists and all about are we ready. she has head security briefings like donald trump. always about always being vigilant. to larry sabato. i suspect, extraordinary professor, we -- out of sight, out of mind. 15 years is a long time out of sight. >> we don't have that long historical perspective that some societies do, neil, and i agree with you. i wish people would before they vote in any election, take a longer look. they should look back, they should look forward and more than just for a few days or weeks or months. but september 11th was such a searing day. it doesn't take much to remind people, and it doesn't take much to get that knot in your stomach
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hat you had that day. so, i think it still does influence our politics and candidates, if they refer to it respectfully and in the right way, can draw some lessons for voters today, and should draw some lessons for today's voters. >> it's interesting that is a frightful as some people are when polled on the subject, over half americans think we'll have another 9/11 like event or that we're going to get hit again -- and i hive had guests on the show, tom ridge and others, who say, count on it. not a matter of if but when. but that they are more prominently worried about the lackluster state of the recovery, that it's not robust, a long way from where we were but still don't feel it and that adding to the anxiety that trump was alluding to. what do you make of that.
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>> the one consistenting in every poll i've seen, whether it was showing clinton ahead or trump ahead or a tie, the only consistent thing i've seen is the answers to the question, is our country on the right track or is it seriously off on the wrong track? and two-thirds say it's seriously off on the wrong track. that it's a sign of overall pessimism. maybe it's partly pessimism about the economy. maybe it's that people expect more terrorism here as we have seen in europe. it's probably a combination of things, but it adds up to an electorate that really is up settled and that's always a problem for the incumbent party. >> we're talking about politics here. stepping back to the battleground states where the poles are narrowing, i always hear from people who follow these numbers they might be narrowing but that normally whoever leafeds around labor day -- that was hillary clinton -- it's that person's
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race to lose and only in the case of george bush, the last bush president, in 2000, did that not hold. but the way these polls are now. narrowing not withstanding awful about getting 270 electoral votes. the math favors hillary clinton but not as much as before. >> that's essentially it. she has more paths to 270 electoral votes than donald trump. sheaves got potentially seven or eight paths to 270. he's got really two. either he carries the rust belt or he flips florida, ohio, and pennsylvania. but those are the two paths that are clear for him and i think his own team agrees with that. however, sometimes even if the odds don't favor you, your odds come up. >> what happens -- >> -- in las vegas. >> you reminded me what happened with ronald reagan and jimmy carter where it broke
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dramatically in the last week or so, the weekend before or something. what did that -- how did that happen? how dill a relative -- relative live doing it race turn into a blowout. >> the cop nuisance of two events. jimmy carter agreed to debate ronald reagan a week ahead of the election, and we all remember, reagan won that. there you go again, better off today than four years snag and then the second event was crushing for carter. it was on the sunday before the tuesday election, the negotiations with the iranians fell apart for the release of the hostages, and people said, my god, there's no hope. and so they tried something else. and that is why i tell people you have to watch every day and in this campaign you have too watch every hour. >> i hear you. thank you very much, my friend. larry sabato, who follows thing stuff. how and who has a better view of
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>> all right, donald trump speaking out against hillary clinton, the fact that she had said no troops in iraq. hillary clinton is going to have probably an opportunity, after having met with several top-notch security officials in new york to state her case on that same, keeping us safe, and that she will be no softy when it comes to the war against terror. the former "uss cole" commander is with us now. if you think about it, it was the attack on that ship that prefaced the events that would be sadly looked back on here, 15 years after the fact of 9/11. so, commander, always good to have you. thank you for coming. >> thank you very much, neil. you're looking great. glad to have you back. >> thank you. obviously, there's something wrong with your eyes, but that's okay. i see you as a hero. so, let me ask you, commander, what donald trump is saying is, no matter what you feel, don't telegraph those emotions or plans to the bad guys. >> well, donald trump is absolutely right. i mean, you lead as a military commander and as the commander in chief. you ask best military advice
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from the pentagon and then you leave every option on the table through the full range of what you can do with the united states government and the military. the first thing hillary clinton is doing is taking options off the table, which is the last thing you want to telegraph to your enemy. >> do you think, though, hillary clinton, she has said and repeats saying now -- they go back and forth on this subject, who is more of a risk to being our commander in chief. she always says that donald trump, you know, the guy's a loose cannon. and the latest group was talking to larry king, not knowing that larry king is broadcasting in russia, on russian tv, and he's praising vladimir putin. and said that's not what you want in a u.s. president. what do you think of that. >> well, i do not think that donald trump is a loose cannon. the way i look at it is when i look back at the previous clinton administration, when i look at how this is going to be an extension of the obama administration, you're essentially looking at the status quo and a continuation of what we have. one of the biggest challenges that hillary has is she holds
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the military in disdain, because if she didn't, she would have an appreciation for the intelligence that was lives were sacrificed, billions of dollars compromised, because she doesn't know how to handle it. she doesn't know how to deal with it. which, frankly, being in the senate and having been secretary of state, she should have known better. so, clearly, she does not care about the sacrifices made to glean intelligence, and i think donald trump has an appreciation for that and is keeping all options available. >> do you think we could have some of the magnitude again, commander, of 9/11? >> absolutely, neil. i think that what terrorists have on their hand, regardless of whether it's al qaeda or isis, is they take advantage of time. they watch. they pick for vulnerabilities. they run test runs. they make sure that they can pull things off. and when the timing is right, they do it. that's what happened with world trade center one. it happened with "uss cole," and clearly, it happened with 9/11.
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could they do it again? yes. and like secretary ridge said, we are going to have to be vigilant. see something, say something, watch, keep your eyes and ears open and your head on a swivel. >> what do you make of this measure that was approved almost unanimously in the house as it was by voice vote in the senate to allow american family members of those killed on 9/11 to sue? to sue, let's say saudi arabia. >> well, clearly, neil, what's happened is our representatives are looking at a government that is unwilling for many reasons, some of them valid, some not, to hold governments accountable for supporting terrorists. there is nothing like money to make a government accountable when they start realizing that economic avenues and opportunities get cut off because they cannot see financial gain from it. >> all right. >> when you hold these people accountable, that's what needs to happen. and our representatives are speaking out for the american people. >> commander, thank you. wise words. kurt lipo, former commander of
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hello, everyone. eric bolling along with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, dana pranie and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." you're looking live at new york city, where hillary clinton is about to address the media. yep, the media, after a national security meeting today. we will bring it to you as soon as it starts. and we're going to talk about until we see her hit that podium, juan, what do you expect to hear from ms. clinton? >> for one, i think she'll have to speak about, i think it's a continuation of what happened at the matt lauer "commander in chiefs" forum. and she's going to, i think, and this is an issue for hillary clinton, try to present it in


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