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that is all the time we have left. thanks for being with us. see you again tomorrow night. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on, tonight. >> there is also a dark vein of intolerance by some in the party. what do i mean by that? they still sort of look down on minorities. >> that was three years ago. but now colin powell is caught up in yet another trophy. this one may effect the presidential vote. we'll tell you what's going on. >> we need working mothers to be fairly compensated for their work and have access to affordable, quality child care for their kids. >> donald trump offering a big government swittlement trying to persuade women to vote for him. we'll take a look at that strategy. also ahead, miller will be forced to release his medical records. >> j.j., he don't look so
good. >> and, we'll give you a look at a trump rally in ohio tonight. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. hacking collin powell and the presidential vote. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. hackers have embarrassed general powell by hacking his emails and printing them so everybody can see his private correspondence. the lesson for all of us, there is no privacy in this world. hackers can get into your system. you can tape recorded at any time by anybody. you can be photographed about your knowledge and people can listen to your private conversations while you are in your home using technology. what an awful situation. enter colin powell one of the savviest political players in america.
the former secretary of state plays both sides of the aisle and has succeeded in doing that for decades. now hackers have attacked him and the presidential vote may be affected. speaking about donald trump in an email, powell said this quote: there is nothing he can say that will sway black voters. he takes us for idiots. the whole birther movement was racist. and for trump to say yesterday that within four years he would have 9 5% of blacks voting for him is schizo fantasy, unquote. that should come as no surprise, colin powell has never been a fan of donald trump. even though he is a republican, is he more favorable towards hillary clinton or so it seemed. the hackers put this out there, quote: sad thing hillary rodham clinton could have killed this two years ago by merely telling everyone honestly what she had done about the emails. and not tie me into it. i told her staff three times not to try that gam bit. i had to throw a mini tantrum at a party to get their attention. powell as you may know used private email himself as
secretary of state but not nearly to the extent mrs. clinton did. the general continued with another email quote. been having fun with email gate. hillary's mafia keepsuck me in . now, a guy like colin powell can be hacked, anybody can the effect on the vote will probably be minimal. but we can expect more hacking stuff between now and election day. hacking aside, donald trump seems to be gaining in the race right now. at least two new polls say that according to reuters, hillary clinton's support is now 40%, trump 39% among likely voters. the "l.a. times" daily tracking poll has it 47% for trump. 42 for hillary clinton. must be going nut out there in hillary clinton. also, new bloomberg poll has trump up by 5 in ohio. and monmouth poll out today of nevada voters has trump up 44%, clinton 42. back in july clinton was up in nevada by 4. while mid september polls are interesting the first debate september 26th is likely to change things.
both candidates know if they lose that debate they could very well lose the election. summing up, no privacy on the planet anymore. colin powell is embarrassed. the presidential race very tight. and that's the memo. now for the top story, reaction with us here in new york city, karl rove. are you worried about the hacking thing? i mean, this could change everything about politics. could it not? >> yeah. i mean, there are things that you can do to protect against it and i suspect politicians over time will avail themselves with those tools. i think your point was right. in this world today you should have no expectation of privacy because the technologies exist to allow ordinary people to intrude into everybody's life. >> that makes it very, very difficult for anybody to even have a private conversation. at all about anything. >> sure. >> should laws now, new laws be put into effect to stop all this? >> i don't know. i think we need to be very careful about it there are laws, for example, on conversations in symptom states it's legal to tape a conversation without the knowledge of a party to it but in a lot of states it's
illegal to tape a conversation without all parties. >> two parties knowing. >> exactly. >> i i just think that this is a chilling time with the technology overwhelming basic civility. think about it almost every area technology is overwhelming civility. there is no honor anymore. it's amazing. we live in an era in which we have to talk about our privacy and so much of what we do on facebook and twitter and snap chat and instagram is to give up part of our problems. something very interesting here. among trump voters, people who are supporting donald trump, 66% say they mainly voting against hillary clinton. does that surprise you. >> what surprised me is how much that is in effect for both candidates. both candidates have consistently had. not in every poll, but in most polls been motivated more. >> the clinton vote is 54%
voting against trump. there is a 12 point difference. >> yeah. when trump goes out, very enthusiastic crowds. i mean, they love him. and he seems to be gaining momentum. >> well, is he gaining momentum by looking at the polls. if you take a look at the polls, real clear politics average. she led by 7.9 points august 7th. been in decline since about three points. don't look at rallies and make a lot of them. walter mondale, huge rally notice closing days in the 1984 campaign. 1927 george mcgovern man mouth rallies. this is the way in american politics. in the election i wrote about 1896, 75,000 people show up in the boston common to hear williams jennings brian who proceeds to get 24% of the vote. >> there was no tv or internet back then. they had nothing else to do they just went in to boston commons. >> even today people like to go see a presidential candidate. >> yeah, okay. now, you still believe that the hillary clinton email and the foundation, the clinton foundation will effect the election.
now, we had our discussion with geraldo about it last week. roll the tape. >> a man like you. >> yeah. >> a reporter with the chops that you have, show me one example where there has really been pay for play. in other words, show me one example where someone took money, one of these clintons took money and as a result of taking that money they influenced some legislation or they directed the country in a place where the money giver wanted them to go? when you can prove that. >> it's the appearance. >> just like appearance smearance. >> so you say there is. >> sure, there are lots of them. let's take one. bret baier talked about this "special report." washington beacon. peter schweizer. this involved haiti and dennis o'brien largest irish contributor to the clinton foundation between 10 and $25 million. terrible earthquake in haiti, january 2010. the one of the two cell
phone operators in the country is dennis o'brien. shortly after the earthquake, the u.s.a. i.d. and the gates foundation say that they will give the two cell phone companies in haiti $10 million with some bonuses, you know, paid out on how many people they get signed up for it to begin doing mobile banking in the country. and most of the money goes to digi cell owned by dennis o'brien. shortly thereafter the usid food for peace program sets up a special deal where the cell phones they will literally give people free cell phones and digicell service and access food for peace program in haiti using that shortly thereafter, o'brien begins to help bill clinton give speeches. one in jamaica, three in ireland. he has paid for the one in gentleman makeca. he has flown on dennis o'brien's plane to ireland. unclear if he gets paid for the others. o'brien's people say, quote: clinton was not personally
compensated for the speeches. which which sounds sort of fishy. was contributions given to somebody? shortly thereafter, the usid begin as second program with digicell begin to partner on rebuilding schools in haiti. in the news releases they mention the money that usid is coming up with. no idea how much digi want cell is coming up. good well and brandness around the country. during this period of time as well, clinton is put on the -- has made co-chairman of the official haitian government reconstruction and recovery commission. >> this is bill clinton. >> bill clinton. is he co-chairman of this group. by 2012, the national lottery is now on digi cell's phones. you can play the national lottery with a slice of that going to digi cell. by 2014 he has made so much money that in april dennis o'brien buys out his competitor and by october folds the company up and is the only cell phone provider in the entire country. >> of haiti. >> of haiti.
during that year he then gives somewhere between 10 and $25 million to clinton foundation. we don't know the specific amount. and he pays himself $650 million in dividends because he personally owns this company and it's privately held. >> i have got to wrap it up. it's pretty convoluted. you would have to have the fbi in this to sort it all out. >> it's all in the public record. articles by the end of your program i will have them all up on my website. people can make their own judgments about whether there is an appearance of a conflict of interest. >> karl rove, everybody thank you. take to you ohio where a trump rally is in progress. then, later, miller, we are forcing him to release his medical records. up ahead.
how that rally is unfolding. >> so this morning, cnn came out or bloomberg came out and we were 48% to 43%. up. and then we just got one a little while ago. and that was a big one. and that was 48% to 43%. so these polls are seeming to be pretty close. we have one that just came out in florida, a big one, cnn. i believe it was cnn. and that one is up 3 in florida. we're up sort of like everywhere. we're getting to be everywhere. there's a movement. states are in play. that no republican has ever come close to winning. [ applause ] states are in play that the republicans fly over those states, me, we're going to land there and going to do a little fun. but we have -- we do.
we have a lot of states in play that are not usually in play. in fact, for many, many decades in some cases, just not in play for republicans. and they are really in play for us. i think we are going to have an unbelievable november 8th. got to get out and vote. the water crisis in flint demonstrates failure at every single level of government, gross incompetence. you can imagine? to save a couple of bucks they spend hundreds of millions of dollars and they start taking water from a dirty area, from water that's so disgusting. it's tragic and it's heart-breaking and it should never happen in the united states of america. a thing like that should never happen. [cheers and applause] this is the catastrophe that does happen when we build up other countries instead of our own.
we take care of everybody else. it's america first now, folks. america first. america first. i watched obama yesterday. [crowd boos] >> why isn't he working? why isn't he working instead of campaigning for crooked hillary? why? why? [cheers and applause] unbelievable. who is paying for that big plane that comes in? i just wonder. >> we are. >> this is what our politicians have done to flint. and this is what our politicians have done to america. but nowhere has the pain been worse in our inner cities. democratic politicians have
run our inner cities for 50, 60, 70, even in some cases 100 years straight without interruption their policies massive poverty, joblessness and failing schoolings. they've trapped americans in suffering for years and i'm running to offer a much better future. not only to the inner cities but to america. [cheers and applause] hillary clinton calls people who aren't supporting her deplorable and irredeemable. irredeemable. [crowd boos. >> i call people who aren't supporting me entitled to the same respect as anyone else and i will not stop campaigning for every last american vote in every last american city right up until
november 8th. >> a footnote our policy on rallies and speeches is fluid depending on the day what's being said. you should knowed that donald trump is very cooperative with the factor. only fair give him consideration when he holds an event. we are still waiting for hillary clinton to consent to an interview. if she does something notable, however, we will carry it, no matter if she comes in or not. we do hope to see secretary clinton on the factor soon. directly ahead, donald trump sounding like a democrat. proposing a new government entitlement to help working mothers. later, miller on his medical condition and maccallum on whether cbs did some deceptive editing to help the microsoft cloud helps us stay connected. the microsoft cloud offers infinite scalability. the microsoft cloud helps our customers get up and running, anywhere in the planet. wherever there's a phone, you've got a bank, and we could never do that before. the cloud gave us a single platform to reach across our entire organization. it helps us communicate better.
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>> we need working mothers to be fairly compensated for their work. and have access to affordable, quality child care for their kids. these solutions must update laws passed more than a half a century ago when most women were still not in the labor force. >> now, if trump wins and republicans hold at least one house in congress. direct payments to mothers would be a tough thing for president trump to get passed. i believe the solution lies in cooperation between the feds and private companies. facebook is a great example. that ultra successful corporation gives four months paid lee to all new parents, dads included. gives employees $4,000 check when the baby is born. and $3,000 each year for baby-sitting expenses. facebook is to be applauded for its worker friendly
benefits. yes, i know, many companies can't afford that but if the feds partner with private enterprise, fairness in the workplace will be easier to achieve. with us now here in new york city eboni williams and monica crowley. you are a staunch republican, would that be accurate. >> no, i'm a conservative. >> you know the republican party very, very well, having worked for richard nixon and your hd and all of that. when i heard trump last night, that could have been given by bernie sanders, that speech, could it not? >> or hillary clinton who has a child care proposal of her own. this is a very politically savvy speech for donald trump to give. it's also no coincidence that he gave it in a philadelphia. >> we made that point. >> pennsylvania obviously critical. he needs suburban voters but more specifically suburban women voters to at least give him a second chance. he has a gender gap with mrs. clinton between 15 and 20%. whether or not he can get this through congress as president, a speech like
this inspires a lot of women to take another look at him and say maybe i judged him too soon. >> but for a conservative, like you, this -- this implemented means bigger government, okay. and expansion of entitlements. >> right. >> which goes against the conservative philosophy. >> as a conservative i'm totally opposed to. this i understand why he is. >> we all understand why politically speaking. but you would be opposed to. >> the constitution doesn't give the federal government the authority to redistribute taxpayer funds to create a new child care entitlesment. and on top of that. >> it does give the power to congress to have safety nets. and that's pretty much what this might be. >> this is a massive new entitlement. how he says he would pay tore it a lot of people are saying there is no way can he pay for it this way. >> on the other side, on the left-hand side, okay, they're basically saying today, and the reaction is oh, is he a phoney, he would never do. this i think trump would do it. i don't think trump is ideological. >> look, i agree, i said for a long time, bill, that
trump is uniquely positioned as a republican nominee because he is not really beholdenned to the old guard conservative party in that same way. i agree with monica, great politics. we all know why he is doing. this it's a problem for a policy on this though bill. it's got severe unintended consequence. it could be disastrous for women because it's exclusively offering maternity leave. and start to look like a task to some businesses that aren't facebook like attacks on hiring women. i think that could actually, you know, back fire on women that do want to. >> it wouldn't be attacks on hiring women if federal government picks up most of the tab. what i'm trying to do is and i think my solution is always is the best. [ laughter ] >> is to encourage the federal government to give businesses like facebook financial inof incentives to do these things so you wouldn't have to create this massive new bureaucracy to, you know, write the checks and do the taxes and all of these. the irs would have to expand like double for all of these things if it were ever
implemented. >> that's where the government can be helpful is creating a tax environment. >> right. >> where facebook and the other big corporations. >> of any size has the. >> then you would be the mean business. >> my mom had two child care facilities growing up. small families and indicaterred to small income. i know a bit about this. again, he talks about only offering military and not maternity and fraternity. some businesses are saying if you make us do this for women, i will just hire men. >> i don't think they would do that then they run into all kinds of bias complaints and gender bias. >> this election is not ideological the way past elections unlike barack obama, john mccain, barack obama, mitt romney. donald trump's whole appeal is attitudal. >> it's pop plus. >> and can he cross these lions. the problem that some conservatives have they don't want the federal government mandating this kind of thing.
>> based on the monmouth poll that says 66% of trump supporters who support him say they don't like hillary, i don't think they will change their support because he is offering this big entitlement program because congress, as we said, would very, very tough to get it through. but thank you, ladies, we appreciate it plenty more as the factor moves along this evening, frank luntz with the best political ads clinton and trump have put on television. miller is releasing his medical report. we have e.m.s. standing by. we hope you stay tuned to
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personal story segment tonight, the best political ads put out by hillary clinton and donald trump. as you may know, frank luntz shows he has largely unaffiliated voters to get reaction. mr. luntz joins us now from washington. this time, how many people evaluated the ads? >> 28 people from cleveland, ohio. we always go back to ohio because it's one of the key states in this election cycle. >> interesting cnn put out a new poll today said trump is up in ohio 46% to 41%. when all of the other candidates are involved. so, as we discussed earlier, trump is on the rise. but, for our purposes tonight, let's look at the best ad hillary clinton has put out. go. >> mr. trump's bombastic already allies and fueling the enmity of our allies. >> i worry about his ad-mile-an-hour ration of vladimir putin. >> comments we have been
hearing mr. trump create a clear and present danger. >> he doesn't have the temperament, or judgment to control himself. >> i love war in a certain way. >> we're about to turn over the nuclear code to the united states to an erratic individual. >> priority u.s.a. action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> that was effective ad, i don't understand why republicans would think that's a good ad. why would republicans think that's good. >> effective and credible. these are for the most part republicans speaking i will of donalspeaking ill ofdonald t. it's not democrats attacking him. not only do they recognize the people but the comments they were making when this ad was created, which was now a couple months ago, this ad stands out because it is exactly, almost word for word what our focus groups say when they describe their concern with donald trump. >> so the republican leaners, they are not republicans, i misspoke. leaners were not offended by that ad and thought it was effective. here is the trump ad, go.
>> in hillary clinton's america the system stays rigged against americans. syrian refugees flood in. illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay, collecting social security benefits, skipping the line. our border open. it's more of the same but worse. donald
trump's america is secure. terrorists and dangerous criminals kept out. the border secure. our families safe. change that makes america safe again. donald trump for president. >> i'm donald trump and i approve this message. >> all right. straight immigration play. still effective. >> but it's more than that it's national security. and, one of the things that americans have told us in our sessions is that they're afraid. they feel the last eight years has made america less safe, less secure, this is the strongest point that trump has paid because it's not only a criticism of hillary clinton it's also in praise of what trump says he is going to do and how he is going to do it so you have got the comparison and that's what makes it so powerful. >> frank is a nimble kind of guy. and after the deplorables line by hillary clinton, the
trump people also fairly nimble got an ad out real quick. roll it. >> speaking to wealthy donors, hillary clinton calls
tens of millions of americans deplorable. >> you could put half of trump supporters in to what i call deplorables racist, sexist, homophobic, zen nobody bic, islamophobic, you name it. >> people like you, you, you deplorable. you know what's deplorable? hillary clinton viciously demonizing hard-working people like you. >> i'm donald trump, and i approve this message. >> all right. so it looks like republican leaners liked it but democratic leaners did not. >> exactly. the thing about republicans is that they didn't feel themselves as being as critical -- as criticized because they are not strong trump voters who are reacting to this. the purpose of this ad was not to appeal to the undecided and unaffiliated. it was to harden the support for donald trump to ensure that he gets a tremendous turnout, 55 days from now.
bill, that was tested in nevada. another one of the key swing states. and nevada also shows trump gaining and clinton falling. >> what do you think, generally speaking, that's happened and the cnn poll just released florida now. trump has 47%. secretary clinton 44%. and it seems like the trend is everywhere. trump is gaining. hillary is losing. monmouth says it's because 66% of trump supporters so appalled by hillary clinton that they're going to support him until the end. is that what it is? >> what is happening now is that hillary clinton, and i believe that the polling is going to move even further in trump's direction over the next 72 hours because of what happened this weekend. they don't like her insults. they don't think she told the truth about her health. and it brings up issues of integrity that she has wanted to keep damperred down. bill, we see this trend everywhere. it's not that trump is becoming more popular, it's that hillary clinton is becoming less acceptable. and if donald trump can
continue his discipline and continue his focus on policy, without the traditional insults, you're going to see him go ahead in states like iowa. you will see him catch up in new hampshire. and the state that i'm watching in particular, pennsylvania. i'm convinced that he is going to start to close the gap there as well. >> all right. and trump has some new hampshire speeches or rallies on the board. hey, frank, we appreciate it thank you. when we come right back, it will be miller time. we are demanding the d man release his medical status. hillary is next. now that fedex has helped us simplify our e-commerce, we could focus on bigger issues, like our passive aggressive environment. we're not passive aggressive. hey, hey, hey, there are no bad suggestions here... no matter how lame they are. well said, ann. i've always admired how you just say what's in your head, without thinking. very brave. good point ted. you're living proof that looks aren't everything. thank you. welcome. so, fedex helped simplify our e-commerce business and this is not a passive aggressive environment. i just wanted to say,
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bovine yawl globeius hystericalus would you like to know what that is in layman's terms? >> yes. >> inability to swallow other people's b.s. bovinous hysterical. most of the country is not legally blind but allegiantly blind. i don't think of hillary clinton as a human being. she is a like a vehicle for her minions to act on their worse impulses and asways the guilt they feel about lying by telling themselves they are saving the world. if you had to ask me what hillary's, i don't know, i haven't seen that chart yet that you just held up, that just came out. i would say she is suffering from a severe case of karma. and the best part of it is, whatever she has, her deductible is going to be prohibitive under the obamacare that she jammed through. this woman coughs more than
bob marley getting a hernia test on the summit of mount everest. they threw her in the back of that suv like she was a sack of rock salt. oh, excuse me, a sack of fertilizer. she still has half the country are going to vote for her. it's a cudahy ta. she has the fbi in her bag. the irs in her bag. the doj in her bag. she is the boss tweet of the alphabetized bureaucracy. i'm telling you when colin powell speaks poorly of somebody. colin powell rsvp in the were he has carpal tunnel syndrome. when he comes out against her, you know you have real problems. i think they should keep her in bed for the next two months. i think she plays better when she is out of sight and out of mind. >> she might win. if she doesn't do anything. you never know. but she is -- she is on the decline and now trump is not surging, but coming up
consistently in the national and some of the state polls. why do you think that is? >> well, bill, you see how in the bag they are. they are now talking about trump's health. how did this get to be trump's health? i just don't understand that trump looks vital to me. she is the one who looks like she is walking around in that volvo pants suit. she doesn't look healthy to me. they are carrying her up steps for god's sake. all of a sudden neither trump nor her will come clean about her health. she likes tom petty in the jupiter. what's the hell is going on over there what is the option? gary johnson? yeah, there is a johnson, he thinks aleppo is the fourth marks brother. >> i don't know whether you watch the program, miller. we pay you but you don't have to watch it, it's optional. i admire trump and hillary clinton for the stamina of just running around. youened a i go on the road after two shows miller and i are in the oxygen chamber.
these people are all over the place. don't you admire their stamina at all. >> i don't admire anything whatsoever about hillary clinton. >> nothing? >> nothing. >> no? >> i think it's time for her to get out. for god's sake they let that woman run herself into the brave chasing the presidency. at some point don't you want to go home and spend a couple years relaxing, hillary? i know you have been helping me now for two and a half decades. for god knows your corruption is like the grandfather clock of corruption ticking in the background through much of my adult life. i'm releasing you. you don't have to help me anymore. go home, relax. enjoy something. >> e.y, she could just be with her private server and, you know, communicate. >> that's the problem. her private server is serving everybody else. >> dennis miller, everybody, martha maccallum on deck. did cbs news edit an interview with bill clinton to make hillary look better? martha moments away. it's the phillips' lady!
back of the book segment tonight, did you see that? we begin with a big media story. on monday bill clinton was interviewed by cbs morning anchor charlie rose who asked the former president if hillary clinton's medical condition is more serious than it appears. >> if it is it's a mystery to me and all of her doctors. rarely but on more than one occasion over the last many, many years the same sort of thing has happened to her when she just got severely dehydrated. >> that answer was edited, you notice they cut away from the president very quickly over to mr. rose. here is the full answer the president gave. >> well, if it is, it's a mystery to me and all of her doctors because frequently -- not frequently, that's not -- rarely, but on more than one
occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing has happened to her when she just got severely dehydrated. >> with us now here in new york city, fox news anchor martha maccallum. what do you think happened there? >> you know, i mean, obviously, they made an edit. they said they made it to save time. >> it was only three seconds. >> it's actually 1.9 seconds. every second counts in television. >> no it doesn't. we waste an incredible amount of time. >> however, you know, and he also corrected himself. he said frequently and then he said not frequently, rarely. that may have been an honest mistake on his part. we don't know. but then, they knew that they had let the transcript out on their website. so it was clear in the transcript that he had said frequently first and then he shuffled and changed it to rarely. i think that's one of the reasons why the next morning they showed the whole thing because they wanted to be. >> speculation alert. cover your ears. this is speculation. i think that after the president made the verbal
mistake, the misstatement, he asked them to cut it out. because that's happened here somebody will make a mistake, it was clearly a mistake, which he clearly corrected and gee, you know, you can do me a favor and not have that in there. and then i don't usually do that because it does open clear mistake which they correct and they say, gee, can you do me a fav in and not have that in there. i don't usually do that because it opens up on something like this that a strong. and he didn't look shaky, he correct himself like that. but i'm not ascribing sinister political motives to this. i'm giving cbs a wreak. >> it's obvious that it is a serious subject and the question was serious. he said how serious is this? is it really dehydration? and he sort of goes into it. and says frequently, and then shuffles right around as we said and said, rarely, we know it happened before.
she got the concussion when she collapsed before. this becomes, in light of the video, much more -- >> it is a bigger story. as a journalist, you have to cut through it and say okay. you know, there was something at nbc where they obviously edited the tape to make something look worse. then katie couric getting sued because they edited the gun documentary. and took it out of context. this, i think, the president asked favor. >> i think you could be right. i had the same hunch when i looked at and we don't know but because of the internet, because of all of the other outlets, people do see different version. >> you will never get away with it. >> whole different ball game. >> let's go to colorado where marijuana is legalized and people who sell it make a lot of money. >> sure are. they add huge summer of $122 million in the month of july. big 27% jump over last july. one of the main reasons is they are allowing tourist to buy a larger amount. you can go to colorado. used to be you could get a
quarter of an ounce. now you can get a whole ounce and that -- >> here's the game. go colorado and get an ounce in a pot shop. then to another pot shot shop, what do you get? >> another ounce. >> then another pot shop and what do you get? >> another ounce. >> then the next day and next day and what do you get? so vacation and denver. >> and pot shop it. >> yes. for five days. then go back to montana and what do you do? >> sell it to your friends. >> and the punky dealers, and i think they are despicable, anyone selling it in my eyes, all you drug dealers are in that basket, to washington tate and oregon and make the rounds. and then they take it back to the home where it is not legal and sell it and make money. that's is happening in colorado.
>> i think you're definitely on to something. >> in both segments i was on to something. >> what do you know? >> isn't that amazing? >> turns out that big o'reilly is on in the segment. they are finding fatal car accidents with thc in their blood is way up over 100%. there are concerns. plus get this one, 17% of 12th graders say they drive high once in a while. >> great. >> 17%. >> more legalization, everybody. that's what we want. more stoned kids. martha mccallum. more advice. for those who believe america is not a neighbor nation, i have advice for you ♪ our parents worked hard so that we could enjoy life's simple pleasures. now it's our turn. i'm doing the same for my family. retirement and life insurance solutions from pacific life can help you protect what you love and grow your future with confidence.
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tip of the day. what do we do with those who despise america? in a moment. but first, news about "killing the rising sun" in the marketplace. selling with 100,000 copies. whoa. thank you all. also we would like to thank our retail partners, barnes & noble, costco, sam's club, target and others. they always supported the killing books. i appreciate it. one caveat as i roorted yesterday, killing the rising sun, very violent book and you will think about it long after you finished it. if you choose to read it one will learn much about your country. tomorrow morning i will be on the kelly ripa program in support of the book. the statement that some conservatives in congress will not like trump's child care policy inry deridiculous. they supported everything put in front of them. >> good grief. they did not support anything on the hill. have you been in a space station or something? >> bill, you said trump did not
say how he would pay for the new benefits, but he did by cleaning up waste and fraud and federal programs. that is true, kw. but every president since fill more has said that. with the federal bureaucracy to huge, it's impossible. suzanne haskell rapid city south dakota entitlement. i guess it is. but american work earns their families are entitled catch break for a change. dusty rhodes, ontario, canada. here we have a full year paid baby leave in canada so it can be done. sure, but you guys have 36 million folks. we have about 10 times that many. and we police the entire world to make sure bad guys don't run wild. an valid comparison between what goes on in canada and the usa. s for hillary clinton, who pays? taxpayers pick up the tab for a lot of it, lisa. but the dnc and clinton campaign also pay air force 1, stuff like
that. dr. brian peck, connecticut. i read "killing the rising sun" in one day. it is true about rising sun, the american heroes seem to walk right off the pagees. stayed up until 1:00 a.m. reading. felt like ways there when the a-bomb dropped. that is horrifying. once again, thanks to everyone for supporting "killing the rising sun." if you become a billoreilly.com premium member you get the book free of charge. i was silling the book to colin kaepernick to he might change his negative opinion to the usa. glorified kaepernick for failing to stand for the national anthem. and that's fine. the nobility of the usa is necessary. i'm not angry that some americans believe their country is oppressive. i don't despise bernie sanders or mr. kaepernick. but actively disrespecting the
nation will be confronted by me with facts, not emotion. yet america is a country that has free, hundreds of millions of people all over the world, and individual americans lost their lives doing that. so if you see somebody disrespecting our flag or our anthem, tell them the facts. while the sense should be heard, so should patriotism. back to tip of the day. that is it for us tonight. please check out fox news factor website which is different from billoreilly.com. also we would like you to spout off about the factor from anywhere in the world. o'reilly at fox news.com. in word of the day, do not be unctuous when writing to the factor. now tomorrow, we've got bernie boldberg. and waters. waters was out at a trump rally to find out if the crowd is
jazzed for donald trump or against hillary clinton. what is the balance and the mix there? we will have a special waters world on thursday. thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly. please remember that spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, new fall out from one of the ugliest political bomb shells in the 2016 race as computer hackers break into the files of america's most respected statesman and publish his brutal take. welcome to the megawati sukarnoputri welcome to the megan file, i'm megyn kelly.