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to hold office. it has produced death, destruction, overseas it has been disastrous, no matter where you look. everything she touched has been a disaster. shrinking incomes and tragic poverty at home. it is so sad to see what is going on in our country so sad. one in five american households don't have a single member in the labor force. another 14 million people left the labor force since 2009, and the debt has doubled to $20
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trillion. i'm running to reverse the policies and to create a future of prosperity for all americans. all of them. that includes our family farms here in iowa. family farms. the farmers are being left out in the cold. they're the backbone of this country. we are going to end the epa intrusion into your family's homes. we are going to protect the renew renewables and provide desperately needed tax relief.
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our plan hours the tax rate on family farms down to 15% from 35%. and you watch your farms grow, you watch businesses all over the country grow, jobs come back, it will be a beautiful thing. and the double taxation of family farms and death. it is a disaster. helping to new jersey the family farm, we have to make and the tradition to continue to thrive with your family. and you'll be looking down and taking care of your family, my economic agenda can be summed up in three words: jobs, jobs, jobs. that means we will negotiate
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trade deals, make money doing it. and grow family farms in america. we're going to go over everything issued in the last ten years. all needless job regulations will be canceled. millions and millions of new jobs will come pouring into our country. we're going to lift the restrictions on american energy. that means lower electricity prices for our farmers and half a million jobs a year at least. probably a number. ly ask congress to send me a
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bill to immediately repeal and replace disastrous obama care. this will instantly save another 2 million jobs. some people remember, i see that, he was the architect of obama care, and he said, remember, they got him, i guess on a sell phocell phone, he saij of transparency was essential for passing the legislation, and he talked about "the stupidity of the american voter" having to do with obama care. the stupidity, the stupidity of the american voter. this is what we get. this is the hateful attitude of
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insiders, and the et societiers have had enough of this on november th, we're taking back our country. november 8th. another major reform will be school choice. and by the way, we're gets rid of common core, we're bringing it local. bringing it local. totally getting rid of common core if is a disaster. and all you to do is look at the rankings per schools and see that we pay the most per pupil and we're on the bottom of the last. this will be a lot of really good changes. i want to provide every d disadvantaged child in america can choose the school of his or
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her choice. this will help lift millions of poor african-american and hispanic children out of poverty. the poverty is beyond belief. you don't think of it, but the poverty is beyond belief. it is time to break up the fails democratic control over our inner cities and provide real hope and opportunity to every single community in this nation. we have to bring everybody with us, everybody. our policies on taxes, trade, regulation, will grow incomes, booth jobs, and reduce poverty for the african-american and hispanic communities. we have to do it. we have to bring these communities into a great system and we have to bring the communities back, we have to do it.
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we need a new civil rights agenda for our time. nearly nour ten african-american children live in poverty, including 45% of african-american children under the age of six. 45%. 58% of african-american youth are not working. violent crime rose in america's 50 largest cities last year. homicides up 50% in dc. over 3,000 people have been shot in chicago since january 1st of last year. 3,000 people. there is a shooting on average every 3 hours. what do you have to lose? fix it. vote for donald trump, it can't
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get any worse. i say this to the african-american community, it can't get any worse. it can't get any worse. 40% poverty, 58% can get jobs and youth. remember that, and hillary just wants your vote and then she will say see you in four years. okay, bye bye? and you see what happened with our inner cities. you see the cities, what do you have to lose, i will fix it, believe me. i will bring back millions of jobs, higher wages, and great schools. i will make your communities safe. safety also means protecting our people from radical islamic
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terrorism, right? i hate even saying this, but it just happened. new video has just been released showing isis absolute butchers, murdering innocent people in what is called a syrian slaughter house. the victims were dragged, hung from meat hooks, and their throats were slit. we have to name the problem which hillary and president obama won't do, we have to name the problem and solve the problem. we're toing to solve the problem.
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. this is an even sadistic monstrous enmy and we must keep the killers out of our country. we know for a fact that isis is trying to infiltrate refugee flows and to recruit them after their entry into the country. my opponent wants a 150% increase in syrian refugees over and above -- then you have to vote for trump, it's very simple. over and above the obama administration. thousands and thousands, we have
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no idea what we're getting into. we have no idea. her entire plan will bring in 620,000 refugees in the first term. instead of providing jobs, we need to rebuild inner cities and help people get jobs all over our country. we value a heart, so i support constructions of safe zones in the region. $20 trillion and no one even knows what it means. we're going to get the gulf
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states to pay for it. they have plenty of money, nobody to ask them, you have to put up the money, at the same time, as we rebuild our bill tear, we're going to get our allies to pay their fair share. only five of the 28 member nato countries meat their obligations. i will convene a summit of our european and asian allies to make sure everyone is sharing in the burden of security. we're paying tremendous amounts of money to protect and defend other nations. we're going to be made hole. we have no choice. this is not 30 years ago, it's not 40 years ago. and i believe properly asked
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will be in a very good position and they will be very nice about it. and we have to then focus on radical islamic terrorism. but it is time to put americans first. we have to start taking care of each other, which we're not doing. tonight i'm going to roll out a plan to help our mothers and families get affordable, quality child care, and my daughter ivanka will be involved. she is the one that has been pushing for it. she is smart and she is right. on policy after policy, we're
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going to provide opportunity, prosperity, and security for all americans. which we don't have now at all. i'm going to lower your taxes, i'm going to get rid of massive amounts of unnecessary regulations on business and in your life. we will repeal and replace obama care. i'm going to appoint justices of the united states supreme court that will follow the constitution. i'm going to rebuild our very depleted military, and take care of our great vets. for the first time. i'm going to save your second amendment that is under siege. as you know, the nra endorse me
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very early, earlier than anyone else, and i'm but you know what they're doing with our second amendment, they're fighting to save it, it is a very tough fight. another reason we need help and we have to have help from the united states supreme court. if the wrong justices get appointed, starting with the great justice scalia that unexpectedly passed away. i think you can wave your second amendment as you know it, you can wave it goodbye. you could wave it goodbye. so those of you that are second amendment believers, you better get out and vote or you will not have much of a second amendment. november 8th, i'm going to stop illegal immigration, and i'm going to stop drugs from pouring
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into our country. and yes, we will build the wall, and you're right, mexico will pay for the wall. they will pay for the wall. we will build the wall, folks, we have to stop the drugs from pouring in, first time they're endorsing a presidential candidate, they say mr. trump, the wall is so necessary. it's a tool for them. another tool, one of the most important ones, they said to me it is so important. when i look at the drugs that pour in, they're poisoning our youth, you look at pennsylvania,
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ohio. sometimes their single biggest problem is heroin coming in. we will stop the drugs from poisoning our youth and plenty of other people. we will build a wall. and i'm going to, so importantly, renegotiate your horrible trade deals, especially nafta. maybe the single worst trade deal ever made by any country anywhere in the world. it is just a one-way street right now. a one-way street for jobs being ripped out of our country leaving the united states, going to mexico and other places. we're going to have a nice double lane highway, but many of it will be coming in the opposite dresks until question get ourselves even. remember this, bill clinton signed nafta.
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so bill clinton signed the worst trade deal in the history of the world, folks. in the history of the world. there has never been a worse or dumber deal for trade, including tpp which is a disaster, but i don't believe it will be as bad as nafta, and hillary wants to approve tpp. we all know that if she wants, she would sign tpp. she will sign the tpp, and if she signs it, it will be catastrophic for iowa and our country. we can't let that happen. we, in negotiating deals, are going to do something very, very simple. we're going to put the american worker first.
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very simple. we don't think -- i was thinking about it, it is like they want the other countries to do so well. because of the people, in many cases they they are ripping us and it is so easy to stop, and we're going to stop it. apple and our other major companies will start making their products in the united states. not in china and not all over the world. we don't make things here like we used to any more. we will start having the jobs be
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job that's are good for our country. we're going to rebuild our roads, our bridges, our sunls, our highways, our airports, schools, and hospitals. american jobs will vafl the roads, and american ships will control the seas. we don't maekships. american steel will send new skyscrapers into the clouds and american hands will rebuild this nation, and american energy, mined from american sources, will power our great nation. america workers will be hired to do the job.
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we will put new american metal into the spine of the country, american metal and american steel. i will fight for every neglected part of the nation, and i will fight to bring us all together as one american people, which we're not. we're so badly divided. imagine what our country could establish if we started working together as one people, under one guy, saluting one american flag. one american flag. it is time to break with the bitter failures of the past, and to embrace a new inclusive and prosperous, and i mean truly prosperous american future. we can be better than we ever
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were. question be. greater than we ever were. i have seen thousands, i have seen millions of people, incredible people, we can be greater than ever before. jobs will return. incomes will rise, and new factories will come rushing back to our shores. once more, we will have v a government of, by, and for the people. we will make america prosperous again. we will make america safe again. we will make america great again. thank you. god bless you, everybody. thank you very much. thank you, november 8th. thank you, everybody. >> all right, some dualing campaign speeches happening at
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this hour. that was donald trump in clive, iowa. launching that speech there, talking about the economy and how bad things are. meanwhile you have president obama speaking on behalf of hillary clinton, campaigning for her in philadelphia where there is a tough election bat there will for her. and he was touting how wonderful things are for the american economy. we'll talk more about that in just a moment. i want to talk about this, as we see both of these campaign rallies finishing up, unbelievable to see both of them launching "i'm the american economy." so many trump supporters say stick to what you're best at, talking about jobs. >> it is interesting, i think the dualing rallies reflect a duelling america.
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just outside today, coincidentally, the census updated all of the data from wages to poverty, to all of the things, listen, barack obama said -- he took a victory lap and things are finally going up under barack obama been 56,000 to 53,700. he can say i finally got the momentum, everything we did is working. poverty went down. households -- he touted all of this stuff, but these are the wage numbers that we talk about and they are turning, but listen, sandra, so say we broke even after eight years is not necessarily a big accomplishment. >> there was a remember of the audience that yelled up, thanks for the cheap gas prices in philly, here was that interaction with the president.
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>> more americans are working, more have health insurance, cosrererererererererererererere falling. and -- gas is $2 a gallon. i didn't even -- thank you for reminding me. >> that was him touting all of the great things he seas. saying if you want more of that, vote for hillary clinton. then you had donald trump come moments later and launch his campaign speech saying how bad things were, listen -- >> we will tackle and fix the problems that have gone unsolved for years. there are many of them. we're going to fix our crumbling infrastructure, renegotiate our trade deals, they are disasters. eliminate government waste, and create a fair, simple, and
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efficient tax code to add millions and millions of new jobs which we need. >> he said, and my economic agenda can be summed up in three words, jobs jobs jobs. it was really the focus of his speech today. >> yeah, we have dualing realities of things getting better finally, but if you go from 46 million to 47 million to 43 million, that is still an astonishing number. 43 million americans living in poverty. i love when he talking about education. i don't think we do that enough. we have to massively redo our education from top to bottom to compete with the rest of the world. we entered the knowledge cent y century. it is for all americans, we're so behind the rest of the fwhorld this stuff, the labor
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force participation, multidecade lows, it's by fur cased, it is starting to come on, that is what barack obama and hillary are saying we have momentum, let us keep it. >> going. >> philadelphia, pennsylvania, an interesting state to watch. hillary clinton is leading 48% to 43% in that state. she had a ten point ahead august 9th, so we have seen it go from ten points to five points in pennsylvania. >> the real clear politics is on average. i think they kind of knew it would happen. they took a big gamble in august. i think it is old school play book, they should not have done it, but they did. i would not be surprised to see
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on protection day, barack obama hit pittsburgh, philadelphia, cleveland, and perhaps washington dc and northern virginia. barack obama himself hit those places, it do with a razor tight tight election pennsylvania could be the state that decides it this year then we could see a full course press. >> and donald trump not leaving alone the basket of deplorables. he said my opponent slanders you as deplorable, i call you hard-working american patriots. he is getting as much out of that as he can. >> okay, another big story today, lawmakers on capitol hill digging for answers in the hillary clinton e-mail controversy.
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a tech mind behind her server, a though show, ignores the subpoena. >> it's my understanding that while he worked in the it department for nearly four years every e-mail he had has disappeared.
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hillary clinton taking a second day off of the campaign trail. the democratic nominee is resting up. what is the latest news there and when might we see her back on the trail. >> it's not clear when she will be back on the trail, there are reports she could be out as eafriday, but her doctor did say to take five days off. we know yellow roses were drivered drive delivered to the house earlier today. not sure how that will help her allergies that caused a cough that led to pneumonia. she called into to a fundraiser by telephone, and to a cable news show about 8:00 p.m. >> i probably would have been better off if i just pulled down my schedule on friday, but like a lot of people, i just thought i could keep going forward and
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power through it and that didn't work out so well. >> but the remarks getting more attention today are those of her husband, bill clinton, who spoke to cbs last night. she has been not listening to me and her doctors. frequently, not frequently -- rarely, but on more than one occasion in the last many, many years, the same sort of thing has happened to her when she got severely dehydrated. and she is working like a demon. >> now cbs is under a little bit of fire this morning because some news outlets noted that in their online piece, they had that quote, from bill clinton, saying that frequently -- and then correcting himself, that she had suffered from dehydration and dizziness in the past. in the evening version last
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night, that was edited out. we reached out for comment, but it is notable this morning on the morning show they did kpla the complete bite from bill clinton. unfortunately from the campaign's perspective, he may have said a little too much in that interview, back to you. >> is it true there are whispers about the campaign or democrats ho looking to replace clinton? >> not as far as we have been able to tell. our producer was on the hill talking to a number of democrats, and they all said there is no serious consideration of finding a replacement for hillary clinton. it all started when the 81-year-old former dnc chair was
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quoted in a politico last night said that now is the time for all good political leaders to come to the aid of finding a replacement by 6:00 p.m. we reached out for comment, but again from the reporting on the hill, and dnc sources that i have spoken to, there is no serious consideration of finding another candidate to replace hillary at this time. thank you. another fox news alert for you, three witnesses refusing to tell congress what they know about hillary clinton's private e-mail server, but a fourth witness, who played a key role in setting up that private server in their hole, shed light on the unusual arrangement.
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>> who paid for the computers? >> they were all paid for personally by the clintons. >> personally? >> yes. >> and who were you being congressmen sa compensated by? >> the clintons. >> catherine harris is live on capitol hill for us. how would you describe the tone of today's hearing, especially exchanges like that? >> sandra, i was on the hill for that hearing that lasted just about three hours and the atmosphere inside was, as you imagine, extremely tense. the committee served subpoenas on four witnesses, only three turned up, and two refused to answer questions. >> did you produce your immunity agreement this morning as
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required under the subpoena? >> on advice of council i decline to answer. >> you can't answer whether or not you were interviewed by the fbi? >> on the advice of council, i respectfully decline. >> they took the fifth ten times in that hearing worked for the plat river networks. they managed the hillary clinton server and delaeted her e-mail archive despite an archive order. along with it staffer brian pagliano who was subpoenaed today. >> when you're served a subpoena, it is not optional, it's not an optional activity and he is not here today.
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>> the republican chairman said he would consult with their lawyers to see what options there were to punish him for defying congress and not showing up today. >> what did we learn from bill clinton's aide. >> we did hear from justin cooper. a long time aid for bill clinton, been with him nearly two decades, and he is the one who reportedly used a hammer to destroy two of hillary clinton's blackberries. while 2200 e-mails contained classified information on that server, cooper had unfettered access to the server and he didn't have the clearance to access those e-mails. >> did you have a security clearance at that time? >> no. >> after you left the white house early in -- when did you leave the white house. >> 2001. >> did you have a security clearance at any level after that? >> no, i did not have security clearance. >> cooper went on to say he didn't have any reason to believe that the e-mails
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contained classified information, but just for c context, when classified information is outside of secure channels and they have access to it, this is a situation both parties face criminal consequences and that did not happen here. >> all right, katherine harris, thank you. for more on this, we want to welcome the president and founder of ndn, and a former bill clinton campaign advisor, and larry o'connor, editor at large for hotair.com. i have to ask you. it was made very clear today, listening to justin cooper who you just heard from, that he had no security clearance, but in the process of installing the server to their home, he had access to all of hillary clinton's e-mails. >> i know the republicans will
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try very hard to keep throwing dirt into the face of -- >> is it true or not? >> i have no idea. i have no idea what happened. >> i know a few things. listen, simon will take this position that the republicans are just trying to politically damage hillary clinton, and the fbi has given her a clean bill of health. this is critical. the fbi looked at the issue of classified information on that server and they listed a lot of wrong doing and they decided it didn't rise to the level of prosecution. the other people, who knows what they did, but i will tell you this, the fbi did not look at obstruction of justice, or lying to the justice department and the fbi officials. there was destruction of
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evidence after the congress issue d d about order for these e-mails. >> at this point it is hard to keep track of who had access to our national security secrets. this person had no clearance, when asked who paid you, it wasn't just the clintons, the clintons and the clinton foundation showing more blurred lines between the clintons, the foundation, and her acting as secretary of state. >> however legitimate the hearings are, whatever information is garnered, it is not going to affect these elections. this looks deeply political, it is coming right before the elections. jason seems like a reasonable guy, right? it will not have any impact whatsoever, if there is any information garnered from all of this it will before dealt with long after the election is over, the republicans should be smarter and get their budget
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passed, deal with zika, right? pass tpp, and do the other things they're supposed to be doing. >> many will say these are still very important details for the american public to learn as we learn more of them today. larry and simon, thank you for joining us this afternoon, we'll be right back. i've been taking fish oil from nature's bounty to support my heart. eating better, keeping healthy. so that no matter what happens in the future, my "future self" will thank me. thank you! 45 years of experience has taught us:
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shepherd smith on the fox news desk. whether it is hillary clinton's health issues or donald trump's tax returns, they both have trust issues. being an open may not always be the right thing to do according to one analyst. we'll have more at the top of the hour. we'll see you then. all right, a busy afternoon, president obama stumping for hillary clinton in philadelphia just moments ago while donald trump folks also in iowa.
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a reaction to all of the happenle ihappen ings on the campaign trail. david goodfriend, a former deputy secretary to president clinton and hillary clinton. congressman duffy, a wild start to the hour, and trump coming out strong in clive, iowa. sort of a dualing campaign speeches happening right now. and a strong focus on the economy. obama touting how great things are, donald trump saying not so much. >> i think that is a great point, most americans in philadelphia or across the mid section of the country, they realize the economy is faltering. business go big government policy, as you know, make the wealth wealthier.
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and obama comes out and wants to highlight the economy, he is out of touch with the american people, i think it works for donald trump to talk about policies that grow the economy, opportunity, upward mobility, and that is why he is resonating with people who gravitate toward his campaign because they apt brighter future for their families and kids. >> we saw donald trump bring up some of his supporters on stage to prove they're not deplorables, watch. >> these are not deplorable people, i can tell you. >> my wife and i represent nondeplorable people. >> i'm a wife, mother, i work full-time, and i am voting for donald trump, and mrs. clinton can go home.
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>> i'm part of the trump family, and i want to make sure he is president, i'm backing him 100%. >> donald trump really hitting his opponent on that deplorables comment hard. he says i call you hard working american patriots, he lead with that. >> i want to say hi to congressman duffy, i was born, raised, and educated in wisconsin. i wasn't to camp in your county. >> to anyone watching, i hope you go to that county in wisconsin, it is really beautiful. and while -- >> we love it. >> all right, david, to business now, deplorables. so while i think the congress and i will agree the packers are off to a great start, we will disafree on how the republicans, including republicans in
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washington react to donald trump. donald trump lost to ted cruz in wisconsin, because they found close to half of trump " african-americans are more prone to violence than whites." the head of the cue clux clan has never endorsed that. >> these are the ak ticks of the left. >> you want to demonize and shame people on the left. just because you want affordable energy and you wanted coal mines to stay open doesn't mean you're a terrorist. >> congressman, david, thanks for joining us and we love wisconsin. >> a powerful drug used to
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sedate elephants can be smaller than a few grains of salt. how it ended up in the u.s. and the staggering number of people dying from it. we are live on the border. cure cancer million? far off. liver disease treatment. that by voting yes on prop 61 - costs. dollars pass. don't let that happen. it - because one day it might.
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u.s. customs and border agencies are seeing a huge spike of drugs being smuggled in from mexico. at the border crossing we have adam. >> reporter: federal agents will tell you trying to stop super charged heroin is one of the most difficult challenges yet. along the border the new drug of choice hitting the american
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streets is not only heroin but heroin laced with fentanyl. >> these are people of upper middle class that got addicted to heroin and now seeking this. >> reporter: it is up to 50 times more potent and more likely to cause an overdose. >> this is coming from china it comes across in powder, liquid, with heroin. >> reporter: the demand is only growing. there's never been a more illicit sit drug. >> this is something from the 1980s and the guys who made a whole lot of money on cocaine this was beyond their wildest dreams. >> reporter: that's forcing
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agents protecting the borders to rely on mexico more than ever before. >> they come up with operations, dirchltsz ideas -- different id be unpredictable. >> reporter: they see 60,000 cars and 30,000 pedestrians every day. >> adam thanks for bringing that story to us. we'll be right back.
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somebody has run out on the field. he takes off his shirt. he's at the 50, at the third. he's bear chested and running the opposite way. he runs at the 50, runs at the 40, the guy is drunk, there he goes, they're not going get him. bare chested somebody stop that man.
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>> oh, they tackle him at the 40 yard line. >> the 49ers versus the los angeles rams. quite a moment. little did he know that would go viral. that fan had a number tattooed across his chest. it is noon on the west coast. 3:00 p.m. hillary clinton is still resting before coming down with pneumonia and now we are hearing how long it will be before she is back in the mix. and report and reaction from camp trump. also the latest fox news predictions how this could go and all of texas potentially being up for grabs? not so nafast. and you know the five second

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