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to take down those pictures. >> and brian says, no, she's ungrateful. >> all right. you let us know what you think. we hope you have a great day. >> fox & friends starts right now. good morning to you. it is september 15, 2016. brand new poll numbers released overnight show trump taking downhillry in key battleground states including florida and ohio. we'll break down those numbers. meanwhile, hillary clinton back on the campaign trail later on today. but is she okay? >> i don't know, folks, you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> okay, this is as both candidates reveal brand new details about their health. we're going to tell you about it. and a pastor calls out
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donald trump. >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us for what we've done in the -- >> okay, that's good. >> donald trump adjusted. was this a set-up from the beginning. we have some stunning evidence which maybe shows that it was, indeed, set up because steve is on facebook and shared something with us. mornings are better with friends. >> well, if you have 54 days before the big election, it would be great to have a couple people from the election campaign. we got the top of the ticket on the republican side. donald trump will be joining us later on along with his running mate mike pence right here on the show today. who else do we have on? >> myself. i get to join you this morning. >> this is the first time we have somebody on the couch who says, wow, it's like sleeping
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in. because normally she does the 5:00 a.m. show. >> one hour makes a big difference, doesn't it? >> yeah. i remember starting before the 5:00 a.m. show, it was a titanic difference. we should point out, we hil kaine on and invite them every day. and still for this season -- >> there's still 54 days to go. they could still say yes. >> hillary clinton called in to the bill to riley show and tim kaine used to come on. hillary clinton is getting out of bed and heading out on the campaign trail for the first time. >> fox news senior political correspondent mike emmanuel is down today in north carolina, the beautiful city of greensboro. hey, michael. >> reporter: steve, brian, abby,
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good morning to you. hillary clinton's message this morning in greensboro will be to lift up children and families to make sure every child has the potential to lift up to their god-given potential. hillary clinton we have not seen since sunday when she left to deal with a bout of pneumonia. she released a letter talking about her treatment for minor bacterial pneumonia. she's recovering well with antibiotics and rest. she continues to remain healthy and fit to serve as president of the united states. meanwhile, her husband former president bill clinton has been out on the campaign trail. here's how he described her illness. >> i just talked to her, she feels great. it's crazy time when people think there's something unusual about getting the flu. last time i checked, millions of people were getting it every year. >> reporter: then there's the
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colin powell leaked e-mails where secretary powell describes concerns for clinton's appearance writing, on hd tv she doesn't look good. she is working herself to death. the clinton campaign is clearly hoping it will be a smooth return to the campaign trail with that first critical presidential debate now just 11 days away. abby, steve, brian is this. >> mike, thank you very much. it's good to know she only has the flu. thank you, bill clinton. the flu. >> how many times do we have to get up to correct what bill clinton says. it's great to have him as a fund-raiser, but no longer is he an asset when he hops on the stump. >> let's review what they have said about her condition over the last week or two. she's fine, that's just a cough. she's got allergies. overheated, dehydrated, pneumonia, and according to her husband, she had the flu. >> well, we spoke to charlie rose this week and they didn't air this part of the interview where bill clinton said when it
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comes to fainting, it happens, quote, frequently. actually, not frequently, not very often. but who faints frequently? i don't know. >> she had an elbow problem, a head problem and then as we saw there, a problem with fainting. >> because she did collapse, whatever happened, they insist she did not lose consciousness. the day after september 11th on september 12th we had donald trump on the phone and asked her about her condition. he wished her the best and hope she recovered quickly. and he also revealed he would be releasing his medical records on thursday. today is thursday. where is he releasing them? the "dr. oz show." >> yesterday he went on to tape it, today we'll see it. >> one has been home sick for three days with pneumonia or the flu. the other is releasing medical records on "dr. oz." is this a great country or what?
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>> i don't know if it is insulting to the males on the planet, but dr. oz used the word stamina. i don't know if we should be offended. let's listen. >> let's talk about stamina. if elected at the age of 70, you would be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job? >> i am just about the same age as ronald reagan and hillary is a year behind me. i would just say based on my life, i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> he doesn't need much sleep. nothing has happened to him to make people question his health. >> no more fast food. apparently he wants to lose 15 to 20 pounds. >> according to someone in the audience, he said the reason he likes fast food is because he knows what's in it. >> that's why we don't eat fast food because we know what is in
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it or can generalize what is in it. >> he also reveals he has not been in the hospital since 11 with appendicitis. >> i need to see details. >> you'll see it. i'm just giving folks a taste of what is on "dr. oz." and he said his main form of exercising is gesturing at the rallies. >> we'll look forward to what he has to say. but the big story is the new polls out, because we're getting more about that. but what really matters is the swing state polls, especially in states like ohio and florida and we're seeing the momentum the last couple of weeks with donald trump. we've got four polls to show you. the first one is brand new from quinnipiac. and if it's a four-way race as currently it is, look at that. hillary clinton and donald trump pretty much are tied within the margin of error. she's got 41, he's got 39.
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gary johnson 13%, jill stein, 4%. look at the battleground states, it's not close. man, that has changed. look at what is happening, trump up 47% to hillary clinton's 44%. >> they say if you go look in oh ohio, you have to look where they are spending money and where their campaign offices are. hillary continues to open more there and there's a concern about that state. >> what is interesting is you don't have the full impact according to poll aspects of the stagger on sunday and the deplorables on sunday. >> the collapse happened on sunday. >> i could say stagger, i didn't see what happened inside the car. >> i think she collapsed. i'm not saying she passed out.
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i'm just saying she collapsed. she was standing and then -- >> something happened. we saw it in the film. >> big news is if you wonder if this will be more of a boost for trump. >> stay tuned. he was in flint, michigan, yesterday talking a little bit about the water crisis and how folks at one particular church, bethel united methodist church, had done all they could to rectify the water situation. you can see him there with water behind him. >> there was a bit of an awkward moment speaking and things got political as you would imagine on the campaign trail where he talks about hillary clinton. and then she steps in on stage. >> everything she touched didn't work out. nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us for -- >> okay, that's good. then i'm going back with that. the okay. >> by the way, he may be a
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political novice but he's not quick on his feet. that's the best recovery from being interrupt in the middle of a speech you'll ever have. meanwhile, this came out a short time afterwards about the pastor and possibly ajgenda. >> looking to reverend faith green tim months who wrote this, today is our day. we have our chance to show donald trump that this nation is filled with intelligent, black wise citizens of integrity. many of whom live here in flint, michigan. some have wondering whether or not it was a set-up ambush. by saying we will educate him, maybe what she was writing was we're going to tell him what happened. >> i do think there is something to that. the candidates do a lot of the talking but it is important to
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listen to what the voters have to say. i'm not sure they wrote that the best way they could have, but in terms of donald trump being out there, we know it's half of the purpose, to hear one of the concerns they care about and thin things. >> and the picture with he and president obama will give people an idea of where politics is. that is a rare unifying statement from any candidate we have seen. >> especially after the deplorables comment. that's what you want to hear right now. >> was it an ambush? we don't know. we do know, and this is suspicious, she has taken that picture down. 6:11 here in new york city on a busy day. heather is starting with the weather. >> i certainly do. welcome back to all of you. love having you here today, abby. we'll start out with tropical storm julia battering parts of the east coast. flash flood watches in effect
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along the carolina coast. they are bracing for more than a foot and a half of rain. and look at this video from georgia. trees knocked over and power is out. now to extreme weather half a world away. you have to see this video. look at the massive waves washing over the seawalls and tossing shipping containers around like toys. look at that right there. this is thanks to typhoon meranti. taiwan is blasted with winds over 190 miles per hour. can you imagine that? 190. and then look at this guy, oh, my goodness. he's on a moped hit by flying debris in the wind. meranti is the strongest storm in the world this year alone. stay off the moped in a storm
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like that. and back home a man deliberately plowed his car into a group of police officers in phoenix. it's hard to watch. mark payne was put on probation after attacking officers nearly 20 years ago. documents show the payne will strike again. he certainly did and mowed down the officers. now the officers are expected to be okay. those are your headlines. back here in 20 minutes or so. >> what a tale. heather, thank you. president obama is happily stumping for hillary clinton. but leaked e-mail reveals it all may be a front. do they really like each other? you'll report, we'll decide. and are many of the refugees already getting a free ride? who are they, by the way? they are right there.
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president obama is happily stumping for hillary clinton. but is it all a big front? newly leaked e-mails from colin powell reveal tensions between
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the two. one e-mail sent by democratic donor jeffrey leads to secretary of state colin powell reads like this, clinton has everything and she hates that the president, that man as the clintons call him, kicked her blank, you can figure that out, in 2008. she can't believe it, she can't accept it. kate anderson broward is the author of best-seller "first women." katy, what do you make of it? does it surprise you that colin powell value dated his e-mails and these are conversations behind the scenes? >> not at all. when i was reporting for my books, everything i read was pointing to the agreement between the two. the obamas viewed the clintons as the political dynasty that
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came before them. so i wasn't surprised by the e-mails. i see that this might be trump, no pun intended, by the fact that he wants his legacy to continue, correct? >> yeah. in talking about michelle and hillary, in particular, one thing i thought that was interesting is when laura bush's advisor went to michelle obama's advisors and gave her a binder on the programs the first lady was working on, one was hillary clinton, one of her favorite programs as first lady was saving america's treasure. about historic preservation. and the fact that he isn't
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promoting to this points to the fact of no close bond there. no close dinners as clearly there's an estranged relationship there. the enemy is my friend, and we're seeing this during the campaign. that's why president obama is out there. >> we do know the first lady michelle obama and the first lay zired yesterday together. the name of your book is first women." >> who scored the knockouts this
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24 minutes after the hour. back with headlines, two more detainees released from gitmo just returned to terror. the total number of retain knees who rejoined the terror groups since president obama started releasing them is now at nine. and one of them released from gitmo to uruguay is now upset over his living conditions even though he was seen in south america partying with friends. steve, over to you. thank you, abby. the race for the white house is a knockdown drag-out finish to
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the finish line. voters will make their decision on a tuesday in november. we are keep iing track here wit our political analyst, chairman of the great american act, which donald trump supports and they support him. what is going on with the polls? trump is having a good week. >> she's had the worst week she's had in a long, long time. and i am sensing that it is about her not a good week. short speeches, 15 minutes. >> you're saying less is more? >> less is more when you're basically making a lot of speeches. we stay on message. the key thing he's heading for now is the key of ohio. he wins those states a.
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>> we will analyze three sound bites from the first week or so. first up, hillary versus trump on deplorables. >> if i'm going to be grossly generalistic. you can put half of trump's supporters into a basket of deplorables, right? the racist, sex ist, homophobic islamophobic, you name it. >> my opponent says you are irredeemable. i call you hard working american patriots who love your country and what a better future for all our people. >> okay. i think i know where this is going. >> she's going to live to regret this mark creating a great movement called the deplorables. so my super pac -- he has 15
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million people supporting him. she says 25 million people are anti-phobic. >> don't you think she meant to say that because her particular base knows if you vote for him -- >> the audience was before all her millionaire supporters. >> the next sound bite. ladies and gentlemen, hillary clinton and donald trump on putin and russia. >> every day that goes by this just becomes more and more of a reality television show. it's not a series.
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and it is beyond one's imagination to have a candidate for president praising a russian autograph like vladimir putin. >> you know, hillary clinton failed totally with the russian reset. she tried so hard and then she talked so hard. honestly, i don't know the gentleman. if we got along well with russia, that wouldn't be so bad. >> who won that round? >> well, she's right on being on the reality show. when you criticized him for being friendly to poulin on the same week the secretary of state signs a bad deal in syria, the defense secretary is against and falls apart. it sounds ridiculous on her part. >> the final sound bite, hillary
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clinton and her pay-for-fame scheme, her e-mails, her disasters in iraq or libya or her failures on the economy for which it has been disastrous. hillary clinton, she lacks, judgment and moral character to delete this. unless we acknowledge that the nominee on the other side promises to do things the that will make us less safe. >> how did this round go? >> unfortunately for her, this week was the weak that her hud's cia endorsed trump say iing the
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yesterday we started to tell you about this story. a boy with cerebral palsy is trying to teach come inn kaepernick a lesson as he's trying to stand up during the national anthem. >> this is my 5-year-old deacon who never misses a chance to salute and put his hand over the heart when the anthem is played or when he sees a soldier. >> how cute is he? kelly sent this picture of her
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grandson r.j. standing during the national anthem. >> christian is here with his sister showing more respect than grown men. >> meanwhile, xander's 7-year-old son aidan is a devoted steelers fan standing proudly while the national anthem is sung. he hums along with his eyes closed. >> teaching kids at such a young age the importance of patriotism. >> that's great. in the beaumont section, they are saying that it's okay to kneel during the national anthem. i think it's the wrong thing to do. >> facebook or tweet us. we are accepting comments on cb
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radio. >> are we now? >> breaker breaker -- >> i used to have that all memorized. >> i was just thinking of a picture of my youngest son who just started kindergarten and my naval academy brother teaching him how to salute. i'll share that picture later. it was a great thing. good morning to all of you. we have a couple headlines to bring you. heroic officers and good samaritans rescue a man pinned inside a truck engulfed in flames. hard to watch this right now with stunning body cam video now just released. the pickup truck driver trapped after smashing head-on into a school bus. this happened in north carolina. an officer's body cam capturing the desperate attempt to free
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the man. the next time this happens it could be a disaster. watch. >> this is the captain. brace for impact. >> we all remember this, the miracle on the hudson. now there's a new report out that reveals that most of the ntsb safety recommendation that is stemmed from that crash have not been carried out by the faa. some of recommendations include pilot training and equipping planes with life rafts and vests. in 2009 captain sully sullenberger successfully landed passengers on the hudson river after both engines failed after a bird strike. how would you like to sail on a ship called the "uss harvey milk"? u.s. representative gabrielle giffords and medgar evers along
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with cesar chavez are possible names. what do you think about that? "uss harry truman" or anybody else there? well, you may soon be footing the medical bills for the refugees. president obama wants to give emotional wellness help to the refugees. this as the president plans to take in more than 100,000 refugees by the year 2017. the funding would be in addition to medicaid and other medical programs. each refugee admitted into the u.s. costs an estimated $64,000. those are your headlines. >> by the way, germany kicked out turns out they are members of isis. they didn't check that box. it's unbelievable. >> heather, thank you. meanwhile, the tv show "hell's kitchen" is back for the 16th new season. and 18 new chefs are put to the
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toast to prove their determination in kind of an army boot camp before they are allowed to hit this kitchen. >> are you ready? >> yes, sir. >> that's what my father says. >> we sat down with the host of the show. one of my favorites, gordon ramsay. >> the world-renown chef has no mercy in the kitchen to push 18 new chefs to their limit. gordon ramsay gave me the inside scoop on this season. season 16, congratulations. >> it's a big one. >> and you were just picked up for two more seasons, gordon ramsay. you are carrying this network on your back. >> season 16. >> i hope they realize it. >> they have been great. nice thing about "hell's kitchen" is we run a restaurant and a show. and when that door opens, we are
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like a proper restaurant. this year as 2016 unveils talent unlike never before, and then half the competition has self-pity. >> did you ever think you would be here at this point 16 seasons ago? >> no. the thing for me is this is a full restaurant. the tables are hot. and we fill them three to four types every night. when we open, we're live for two hours and we have 150 guests cueing up to get in there. so i'm more nervous than the contestants because i want it right. >> you have a reputation for being tough. i don't know if you've heard. >> sometimes it is like i call it like i see it. i don't edit myself. secondly, you put me in
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[ bleep ]. so now i'm bussing my balls to get my reputation up. >> what's the biggest challenge this season? >> getting creative with the chefs. we challenge them and push them to the limits, but there's an upside to that because it makes them stronger. they come in and give to be a much better person. i have to say, i was nervous to interview him. >> but he was so well behaved there. >> he's a total pussy-cat. the gig is up! be sure to check out foxnewsmagazine.com. follow me on twitter and instagram. >> is he really a pussy-cat? >> he was really sweet and charming, yes. michael, thank you. >> coming up, a wall of silence
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test test test test test. test test test test test. test test test test test. all right. some headlines now from commander in chief to commander of the canvas. president george bush publishing an oil painting of military veterans he painted. it will be out next year. and did you know hillary clinton has a new book out called "stronger together." the sales of the book are now strong. it sold less than 3,000 copies in the first week.
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it's time for abby and the judge. after a clinton i.t. specialist gave congress the stiff arm tuesday, the chair of the oversight house committee expressed deep frustration right here on "fox and friends." listen. >> first of all, we have a dual issued subpoena and mr. maglioni chose not to show up. when you have a subpoena issued, if it happened to anybody else in the world, do you think he would be in jail or have handcuffs on you? i mean, they have to show up. >> the question now is will brian face complications for ignoring the subpoena or will he walk away scott free? here to weigh in, judge andrew napolitano. good to have you on the couch. so what is going on here? this really is sort of in your words a head scratcher because any other person issued a cell phone would face some sort of legal trouble after this. >> if you didn't want to answer the questions, it would be legally proper for him to show
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up to assert his role. but the house of representatives needs to go to the judge and order him to show. if he violates that, then the judge will hold him in contempt and he could face jail time. the whole process is not very long and can be done in a couple weeks. but there's simply no legal basis or in my opinion even rational for him not showing up. >> well, and this just feeds into the narrative and to why this oversight committee is even having these hearings. the critics would say look, we have already made our decision. she has not been charged for this. so why are we still questioning the folks. >> because the evidence said mrs. clinton's failure to safeguard state secrets that were given to her in her job
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responsibility as secretary of state is overwhelming. there's evidence that she lied about this under oath is overwhelming. and the fact that several destroyed her mobile devices and irretrievable records. give us your vehicle is what started this. on the senate side we have a similar event going on. >> what are the questions they want to ask at this point? if they did show up for the hearings, what do they want to know at this point? >> what is the evidence of you
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ignoring it and why did you ignore it? that's what i would ask if i were in the position to interrogate the fbi agents. were you free to investigate mrs. clinton from the beginning? the answer is no because they did not use normal law enforcement tools available to them. they didn't summon a grand jury or get any subpoenas or serve any search warrants. they just didn't do -- this is a most un-fbi like in my kffashio. plus, you know him from "fresh prince of bel-air," alfonso is teaming up with the tiger to show kids that you can be gr-r-reat!
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♪ >> going to the skate park today? >> maybe. >> you can make it great. >> what's your gr-r-reat out. that's the message kellogg is saying to kids everywhere. our next two guests are encouraging kids and dads to give it their all. >> and joining us is alfonso along with tony the tiger. what a good thing to start out
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this morning, about building up confidence. >> tony jump in and tell them what we're doing here today. >> i believe that everyone has greatness inside of them but every now and then, you know, that greatness, well, it needs a little extra help to come out. that's why alfonso and i are here today to help dads and tweens and everyone let their great out! >> so you are not trying to -- tony you are not trying to let your good out. you are trying to let the gr-re-eat out. >> it's a wonderful campaign. as a father of a 13-year-old daughter. >> oh, boy, what is that like? >> it's fun at our house. it's grit to allow them to express themselves. all kids are great and all tweens think they are special and what we need to do is we need them to feel comfortable to get it out.
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building self-feds -- self-confidence and allowing them to express what they wanted to do. my daughter was a gymnast and she hurt her back, and when she did that, it stopped her from wanting to do it anymore. and she quit, and she decided to take up dance. as a dad -- >> your dad is on "dancing with the stars"! >> i know what i'm doing. to be able to support her and let her dive in 100% and support that, it's something that we felt was really important which made me decide that this campaign with tony the tiger and kellogg to be the important thing to do this morning. >> the weather is good. >> it's never too early to dance. >> you are a terrible dancer. >> we're dancing. >> here we go. ♪ ♪ >> here and we jam, we jam, we jam, and we make our way over to the kellogg, and then we eat.
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♪ >> now, this gives you this boost in the morning. it wakes you up. am i correct? >> it gives you a great boost, but it's a great cereal. come on, how many of us didn't have this in our entire lives growing up? >> right. >> every morning. you want to start your day off right, there we go. >> each day i would put the frosted flakes out. >> it was a treat to have froot loops or frosted flakes. we did a lot of cornflakes or special k. >> tell me froot loops is not real fruit. >> it's real fruit to me. >> thank you very much. and tony, that was gr-r-eat! >> donald trump joins us live and so does mike pence. they are trying to make america
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good morning to you. it is thursday, september 15th. brand-new poll numbers released overnight show trump taking downhill larry in key battleground states and all important ohio and donald trump is live with his reaction. >> i think he's going to like that. hillary clinton back on the campaign trail later on today but is she really well enough? >> i don't know, folks. you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this. >> this as both candidates reveal brand-new details about their health. meanwhile, a pastor calls out donald trump.
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>> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank you us -- >> okay. that's good. >> so was the interruption a set up from the beginning? we have some stunning evidence which you can only find if you have social media. i have a password now. let me remind you in case you are asked later, your mornings are better because you are with friends. ♪ and welcome aboard, folks. look who is in today for ainsley. we've got abby huntsman. >> people do eat tongue sandwiches, right? >> yes. >> what does it taste like? >> a little slimy.
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>> did you try tongue in china? >> i did. most time when you are in china, you don't ask what's in it. >> let's go to heather. >> brian, by the way, are you heard of head cheese? a little brain in it. they have that in wisconsin. >> anybody eating breakfast out there? the answer is no! >> stick with the cheerios. good morning to all of you. hope you are off to a great date. let's start out with a fox news alert. tropical storm julia is now battering parts of the east coast, flash flooding along the south carolina coast where they are bracing for more than a half foot of rain. this storm spawning a tornado near orlando. more extreme weather half a world away and you have to see this video. massive waves washing over seawalls and tossing shipping
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containers around like blocks. this is typhoon meranti. a man suspected of shooting and killing a north carolina police officer is behind bars. he was taken into custody at an apartment complex in rhode island. he's accused of opening fire at an officer, killing him. disturbing new details this morning about the man that police say deliberately plowed his car into a group of police officers in phoenix. that video hard to watch. mark payne, you can see him right there, was put on probation after he attacked three officers nearly 20 years ago. documents show that those officers warned the court that payne would strike again. he's homeless and was under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he mode down those officers. all three are expected to be
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okay. and love a good story and this is certainly one. talk about showing respect at an early age. it is a baby saluting its marine dad from the womb. >> what? >> the parents in georgia saying they were trying to wake up the baby during a son agram opponents when he or she raised its tiny hands to an eyebrow like a miniature marine. i love that story. 12 weeks old at this point. >> we don't know if it's a boy or a girl but clearly a patriot. >> an american. >> wishing that mom the best. joining us now, the man who is running for president on the republican side. i don't know if you have heard of him. donald trump. welcome back to the show. >> good morning, thank you. >> for the first time in a long time, you can look at the polls and feel you are doing strongly
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in almost every battleground state. what is your reaction, for example, to what you are doing in florida, up 41-39 with johnson getting -- >> 47-44. >> 47-44 with johnson getting a surprising -- he's still getting 6%? >> well, my reaction is we really had a good month, i think, brian. it's been a lot of fun. it's been very exciting. we went to pensacola. we had a tremendous crowd. they have had to 25 to 30,000 people. half of them couldn't get in. it was an incredible people. tremendous enthusiasm in ohio and florida and pennsylvania is coming unbelievably well with the miners that she wants to put out of business, and you know the whole thing is just working -- we really did -- we've had an incredible month. there is great enthusiasm. >> what changed? >> i don't know. i think i've been saying similar things. i talked immigration and illegal immigration. i talk about jobs. a lot of jobs.
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maybe that's it because i'm very focused on jobs. talking about our very completed military. how we're going to fix it and take care of our vets and second amendment. the judges, talking about a lot of subjects. we have a lot of problems. this country has problems, believe me. >> in ohio, that's what most of the voters think about is the economy. we talk about some of the other things but still the economy remains the number one for so many voters and in ohio you are up there 46% in this new cnn poll. clinton is at 41%. they say if you don't win ohio, you won't win the presidency. >> that's what they say. we've had an unbelievable responsible to ohio. we went to the fair and we had at least 100,000 people there. at least 100,000. really many more than that, and, you know, i looked around. i say, wow, this doesn't look like the person that's going to be losing ohio because the relationship with the people of ohio was unbelievable. i mean, it's been -- the whole thing has been unbelievable. >> well, i tell you what, you were on our program on monday,
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and hillary clinton had collapsed at the 9/11 commemoration which you were also in attendance at the day before you announced that you were going to be releasing some of your health records. it turns out you released them yesterday. we don't know the contents of them entirely because we've got to watch "dr. oz" later on today. check your local listing for show times. here is something that you -- you said it about 18 years ago -- 18 hours ago, how you believe you've got the stamina with the president of the united states? how you are with dr. oz. >> let's talk about stamina. you argue that a president has to have a tremendous amount of stamina. if elected at age 70. you'll be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job? >> just about the same age as ronald reagan and hillary is a
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year behind me. i would say just based on my life. i actually -- and i don't know if this makes sense -- i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> well, that's great. i know we're going to have to watch dr. oz later today to get the results, but what are the highlights of the two documents that you presented to dr. oz about your health? >> well, the one document talks about the hospital in new york, a great hospital in new york, the other one is where the doctor is associated. the other one is the physical and i did all the tests. i did every test. i did it last week, and the samples all came back and i guess i wouldn't be talking to you right now if they were bad. if they were bad, i would say let's skip this. >> how's your cholesterol. >> maybe more fast food. >> the cholesterol is quite good. everything is really good, and if i -- honestly, i told people on your show i'm going to get a physical because you guys mentioned that, i said, all right, i'll go get a physical.
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i was quick to do it. i have every single test you can have and they were good. >> i understand according to an audience member, i wanted to lose 15 pounds. >> 6'3", and 236. >> it's tough on the trail. all you have is fast food. >> it is tough. it's a tough thing, although you get a lot of exercise on the trail also. >> it's hard to get that big van through the drive through. your weight is 236, not 267 that's being quoted in the paper today? >> no, it's 236. if they quote the paper, ay-yi-yi. >> they did a story on you guys and they are trying to unwind the success of your company and how you've been involved in all these nations to india, russia,
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vietnam, argentine know rs, you can understand the american people wanting toe know what you are doing there? >> i heard the article made me out to be extremely successful but very complicated company. actually, i have a very simple company. i have, you know, deals all over the world and they are great deals and they are really -- it's a very simple company from that standpoint structurally and i own my own company but it made me -- i did hear, if you read the first paragraph, it says a lot -- it's got me out to be very successful, which i am. >> but they start by saying this, if you win, will you and your family permanently sever any permanent connections to the trump organization in office? >> i will sever my connections and i'll have smi children and executives run the company. i wouldn't discuss it. i guess you can say there's a conflict because as the country gets stronger, that's good for
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all companies, right. i wouldn't care. so unfortunate compared to what i'm doing right now. i've spent my money to run, you know, tens of millions of dollars i've spent -- unlike other people where they raise money, i raised money for the party and we have great small donors coming in and just, you know, really spending a lot of money on that and i think we took in $28 million one month. $28 million at $61 a head. that's money i love so much because these are people investing, but they are investing in the campaign, but i would absolutely sever. i would nothing to do with my company. >> knowing that you made these companies, if sanctions went on a country that would hurt your company or your hotels, would you hesitate? >> oh, i would absolutely get out in some form, if its ownership would have to sell. i will get out of those countries.
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i wouldn't be able to be involved and i don't think we have too many of those countries, frankly. very interesting question. i would get out. ford has announced it moving all of its small car production to mexico where they say they are going to build $1.6 billion plan and create jobs there. this is something that you called for, correct? >> i've been calling this for six years, five years, talking about it. that's why i'm doing well in michigan and ohio. hillary started talking about it two days ago and she knows nothing about it. this is why i'm leading so big in so many of the states, i think. states that make cars, they like donald trump. i've been saying for five years this is going to happen. i can't believe the brazenness. i think they maybe announced it today because they think i'm going to win and i'm going to
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stop them. i have a way of stopping them very, very easily. the politicians have that way too. i don't even know if they know about it, number one. basically, when they make this car and fire their employees in the united states and move to mexico, when that car comes back across the border into our country that now comes in free, we're going to charge them a 35% tax and you know what's going to happen, they are never going to leave. they will never leave in a million years. if they want to leave, we'll make a lot of money. business is flowing out of our country. >> you could be right. maybe that's why ford made that announcement right now. mr. trump, can you hang around for a few more minutes? we've got so many people who have tweeted us questions. >> absolutely. >> more with mr. trump after a quick time-out.
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nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> excuse me, mr. trump, i invited you here to thank you not to give a political speech. >> okay, that's good. >> that was yesterday in flint, michigan. donald trump speaking at a church there and somewhat of an awkward moment you could see there. >> when the pastor walks out and says we're not here to talk about politics. caught everybody by surprise. >> and this facebook post. she said today is our day. we have our chance to show donald trump that this nation is filled with intelligent, wise, black citizens of integrity, many of whom will live here in flint, michigan. what he will see is how we are braving a manmade catastrophe. he will not use us. we will educate him. >> some have suggested on line that they were out to sabotage
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you. when she says she was trying to educate you, when they are trying to educate you about what was going on in flint? >> well, i was in flint yesterday and it was a very interesting experience. i got unbelievably good treatment from people, i must say, and even nths audience, the treatment was great but something was up because i noticed she was so nervous when she introduced me and she called nbc, abc. you know, abc was up, an nbc network, she says he owns abc. we smiled. when she got up to introduce me, she was so nervous, she was take -- shaking. wow, it was strange. she came up. she had that in mind. no question about it. >> does it bother you? >> no, it doesn't bother me. everyone plays their games. it doesn't bother me. i'll tell you what made me feel good, the audience was saying let him speak, let him speak,
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the audience was so great and these are mostly african-american people, phenomenal people and they want to see change. they are living in -- you have to see the crime rate over there is ridiculous. the whole place is -- not only the water, the water is what -- what they did with the water is horrible, but the crime rate and all the other problems they have and people want to see -- i use the expression, i say what do you have to lose? i'm going to fix it. i'm going to fix it. what do you have to lose? and i'll tell you the audience was fantastic. she was so nervous. she was a nervous mess, and so i figured something -- i figured something was up, really. >> who knows. >> it seems like you had a pretty good response though from the black community, the group you were reaching out to. >> i had a great response. nice to talk to you abby, your father is a great guy. say hello. >> i appreciate that. hopefully he's watching. >> we know you got to go because you got a big economic speech later on today, mr. trump.
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thank you. >> thank you, steve. >> i guess we turned him off. >> he's got a lot to do. >> meanwhile, a clinton aide admitting to accessing hillary clinton's private email server without a security clearance, is that a problem? we'll talk to judge alex next. ...as a combination of see products.. and customers. every on-time arrival is backed by thousands of od employees, ...who make sure the millions of products we ship arrive without damages. because od employees treat customer service... ...like our most important delivery. od. helping the world keep promises.
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back with quick headlines. a teach ser punished for standing up for her country. a california school district will discipline a woman who lowered grades for protesting. students said they disagreed with the meaning of the pledge. the district is backing them up. they probably get support from
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this missouri democrat. >> jemil -- she stands for kaepernick. i want to shine a light on a brother for justice. a clinton aide says he had access to her server but didn't have security clearance. >> after you left the white house -- when did you leave the white house? >> 2001. >> did you have any security clearance at any level after that? >> no, irm not have security clearance. >> you had full access to the server the entire time you were working for the clintons? >> yes, i was working for the clintons. >> and you had no security clearance? >> no, i had no security clearance. >> let's talk to former dade
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county circuit judge. just like the fbi said. you know, we're not going to recommend charges. the director of national intelligence says we're not worried about the secrets that were perhaps leaked out. >> i don't get that. if you or had had access to the documents inappropriately, the fbi would be on our doorstep the next day. >> that day. >> the dni would be investigating to see what kind of damage could come to the information provided to us. >> this is real serious stuff we're talking about. >> this is very serious stuff. we know there were classified documents, over 100 and i didn't even know there's a tier above top secret and there were some documents of that level on her server. so the director of national intelligence issued a directive that basically controls what you do in these situations and it says you shall -- not you may, but if you believe there's a possibility that classified documents have been exposed, have been inappropriately
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accessed, you shall conduct an assessment to determine the damage. but he's the director, like he giveth, he can taketh away. the question is why. why is he not doing it? >> politics? >> it could be political because he serves at the pleasure of the president, so it could be, you know what, hillary at this point really, she could be at the tipping point with all the barrage that she's had week after week, you know, i tend to think that the fbi and dni may have decided, you know what, not necessarily because they want to influence the election but because they don't want to influence the election. >> i can't believe pagliano doesn't show up. it's making congress impotent. >> when i held somebody in contempt, it was fast, efficient. they were in jail in ten minutes. congress, you can ignore the
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procedure. >> it's a suggestion. >> it's a recommendation. >> here's what the director says if we want to pull this up. odni is not leading an intelligence wide damage assessment ask not aware of any individual conducting formal assessments. >> in fairness to him, they already know what's in the documents and damage is. there's no obligation to tell us. in fact, i would rather they would not tell us. somehow in the effort to know everything the government knows, we reveal things that russia and china must be laughing to us about. i can't believe it. >> let's switch to a big movie, beginning of a campaign to get edward snowden to him back in the country and exonerated by the president of the united states. oliver stone wants that to him. mr. obama can pardon him and we hope so. we hope mr. obama has a stroke of lightning and he sees the way. do you support oliver stone?
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>> i don't care one way or another about oliver stone. >> no pardon for snowden? >> no, i believe he's a traitor. the information he gave -- even if he thought he was acting in the best interests of the country, he could have gone through a whistle-blower is, and other channels, he took our secrets and transmitted them to other countries. terrorists are changed how they operate based on the fact they have learn how we track them. they know how many lives are lost and we'll never know. >> we're only going to see one side of it. >> it's the thing. people think that movies are reality. movies aren't reality and hollywood loves honoring people like fidel castro. they embrace this. movies are made to make money. they are not a factual documentary and the public gobbles it up thinking this is the way it really happened.
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>> snowden opens it up. i got a feeling he's not going to be visiting. judge, thank you for joining us today. go see "sully". >> apparently, that's no true either. coming up on this thursday, we all know donald trump wants to build a wall. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border. and mexico will pay for the wall. >> well, this morning, it sounds like mexico wants to pay for a wall to build one with central america. >> oh, who knew. >> it's about to get hot up in here. new york city firefighters gets new york police officers. they are putting their cooking skills to the test and we're going to witness it all. >> they make their own food. they don't get it delivered.
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i heard about the upcoming movie about president obama's college years reportedly shows a young obama shirtless, smoking cigarettes and weed or as the president calls him 2017 obama. yeah, yeah, i'll see you there. that's the future. >> i was going to say that. he's got a few more months now and he's going to go full bore for hillary clinton. he wants to make sure she's elected. >> the colin powell emails, the fact they really don't like each other. who i really love is heather nauert. >> a professional and a friend. >> exactly. >> love you too. i'll take it from here. quick headlines. 34 minutes after the hour. could terrorists use flights from cuba do to carry out a 9/11
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style terror attack on the united states. that's what senator marco rubio is worried about. the reason there are no armed marshalls on that flight. all because the castro government would not sign an agreement to do that. this comes after two weeks after flights from the u.s. to cuba resumed for the first time in 50 years. mexico agreeing with donald trump that it is time for a wall. >> we will build a great wall along the southern border and mexico will pay for the wall, believe me. >> but it is not what you think. mexicans begging their president to build a border wall to keep people from guatemala, honduras
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and el salvador. what do you think about that? interesting. no more championships in north carolina. the atlantic conference, the acc not allowing any title games being played in that state in any sport, due to the discriminatory law against the lgbt community. the state law requires one to use the bathroom at birth. posting pictures of your children on line, could get you sued. it's a teenager suing her parents. it's happening in austria. she's suing because her parents posted embarrassing childhood photo of her on facebook. it violated her rights to a
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personal life. since he took the pictures, he has the right to pbl them. -- publish them. we want to know what you think. does chef a case against her parents? you could email us or post on facebook. embarrassing pictures, potty training. we parents like to share. let's head outside to abby. she has a look at the battle of the badges. >> it's smelling good out here. it's time for our battle of the badges cook off. they are here to put their skills to the test. joining us is the host of firehouse, ray coopy. and officer wells. they are going to battle it off here. you've got a pretty emotional story yourself and what you are doing right now. >> i was a new york city firemen. i have a prosthetic hip.
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i fell into the tv show "firehouse kitchen" and cooking and we went on nyc life, we're doing great on that channel. i'm also on wvdh in the hamptons. >> you guys like to cook. >> we like to cook, so do cops, police. >> who is going to win this battle? >> you know, i like the firemen but i tasted one of tad's dumpings over there, they are unbelievable. >> tad, what are you making here? it smells like fried chicken. >> definitely making fried chicken. lemongrass buttermilk fried chicken. we have a sweet potato waffle. something different. >> and there are skewers. >> it's on skewers. >> is this a recipe you came up with? >> it's a recipe me and my mother came up with. >> what do the guys think? >> they go crazy over it.
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>> i tasted this at a charity, i was like you got to make it. it's unbelievable. >> i've never seen it before on skewers. how do you compete with that? >> we ran out of plates one day and put it on skewers. that's what happens. >> uh-oh, put a little water on it. what are you making over here? what does the police department have for us? >> these are breakfast dumplings, potato, bacon, cheese, carmelized onions inside of them. i browned them off. i'm going to steam them off. we're adding a little bit of water and that's going to steam them. >> you guys could open up your own restaurant. >> once they steam, they will be fully cooked. >> guns and hoses. >> do you cook a lot? >> i cook a lot at work. my specialty is blew berry
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scones. >> how do we pick who wins? >> we're going to have a bunch of judges and i'm one of them. it's going to be at resorts world casino in new york city. it's this sunday at 12:00. it's free for the community. anybody can come down. they have drinks, food. it is an unbelievable thing. they are one of the big sponsors of any show. >> it's all for a good cause. >> they give to friends for firefighters. they do lots and lots of stuff. resorts world, dynamite. >> season what? >> this is going to be season five of firehouse kitchen. we launch on october 14th on nyc life, on every friday, it's firehouse kitchen friday on fire news friday. >> everybody like firehouse kitchen on facebook. >> of course. over to you guys, inside.
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abby and the guys, thank you very much. >> that is awesome. >> that is great. ford motor company announcing its moving thousands of jobs to mexico. >> so what about the american worker? stuart varney is here and he's an american citizen and he wants to talk about it. >> the canines can hang ten and they are helping us say good-bye to summer, even though it feels like it's still august. >> hold on, there's a dog chewing a surf board. >> what's unusual about that? it's "fox & friends."
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time now for your news by the numbers. you ready? first 10,000, that's how many illegal immigrants were stopped at the u.s.-mexico border in
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august alone. the number is on track to break a two-year record high. that's a record you don't want to have. next, $200 million, that's how much new york city just flushed down the drain. they cut internet off at three wi-fi kiosks as people were using them to watch x-rated videos. and finally $4.2 billion that's how much the cowboys are worth for the tenth year in a row. ford motor company confirming that it is moving all of its small car production that's currently in the united states south of the border, to mexico. they cite lower costs and a plan to create 2,800 new jobs in mexico. >> joining us now to react, host of "varney & co." always good to have you on the couch. we had donald trump on earlier. we got his reaction to that. let's play a little bit of that.
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>> i've been saying for five years this is going to happen. i have a way of stopping them very easily and the politicians have that way too, but i don't even -- number one, i don't even know if they know about it and number two basically when they make their car and they think they are going to get away with this and they fire all their employees in the united states, they move to mexico, when that car comes back across the border into our country, that now comes in free, we're going to charge them a 35% tax and you know what's going to happen, they are never going to leave. >> he says he's been saying this for five years now. >> first of all, this is a huge political gift to donald trump, is it not? >> see what i told you. >> mix is a key state and maybe he's going to get the united auto workers union on his side because he's saying don't do that, don't take the jobs to mexico. now you just heard on your show a 35% tax if they want to bring those mexican-made cars back in the united states. talking tough. >> i don't want to get inside
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your mind, but is part of your saying that tariffs don't work and we shouldn't be last sewing companies. >> ths the difference between politics and economics. ford is acting out of correct economic motives. it wants to make the best product -- >> and the shareholders. >> wants to make the best product that it can, at the best price that it can, the most technologically advanced as it can, it says build small cars in mexico. trump is reacting from a political point of view. don't take the jobs down there. we'll do something about it if you try it. there's a difference between good economics and solid politics. let's talk about solid politics. "the new york times" has released a brand-new poll. we have not reported it yet but hillary clinton and donald trump are virtually tied. >> wow. >> this is "the new york times"-cbs poll. hillary and do the at 42% each
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when you add 4 points. they go on to talk about nate silver. he says right now donald trump has a 34u.4% chance of being elected and he sees echos of brexit in the trump campaign. for the long time, they say it's never going to pass and at the last time, it passes. >> that's why 54 days to the election itself and hillary clinton's lead that's narrowed to vir yutly zero. you had exactly the same thing take place in britain right before their vote to leave the european union. the people who wanted to stay were in the lead but it gradually eroded to the point when the vote was taken, they left. you see the same pattern in the united states. >> the thing about brexit the people in great britain were sick and tired of having somebody else boss them around. let's get out of here. we've had it up to here. >> the people in britain didn't
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like being called deplorable, racist, homophobe, et cetera, et cetera. that's what the elites said about people wanting to leave the european union. >> london wanted to stay. elites, it's washington, new york. >> all elites, government, academ academics. >> you got to look at the momentum. this same poll, there was a ten-point difference. >> this rash of latest polls has to do with hillary clinton's weekend. the comment about the deplorables and the health issue. >> "the new york times," cbs poll had a couple of days of polling after deplorables and
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after she collapsed. >> yes. those polls reflect that dreadful weekend. we're going to be watching your wonderful show over on fox business. >> i'm glad to hear it, son. the surf is up on our plaza. we'll introduce you to some awesome dogs who can hang ten. >> where do you get a truck like that? >> who else has a pool on their plaza? ♪ there's something out there. that can be serious, even fatal to infants. it's whooping cough, and people can spread it without knowing it. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about a whooping cough vaccination today.
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surf up on our plaza where we have surfing dog and others here. joey, first off, before we get going, lucy foundation what it's for? >> to create awareness of the 80,000 dogs and cats that are euthanized. i have spay and newter trucks in los angeles. i have done 12,000 spays and neuters in the last couple of years. i've done six rose parade floats with dogs from california. i'm doing a surfing float for 2017 for lucy pet. we've been taking it all around the country. houston, san francisco, and we're hoping to find a dog here in new york that will be flown to pasadena and be in the pool.
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>> who is surfing now? >> this is norman. he came in from georgia. >> refusing to talk on camera. >> he's going to try out too. >> norman is not trained? >> norman was actually -- rides a bike and a scooter. >> that's a little bit harder. >> he does everything. >> wow. so here's the wave pool. who are we looking at? >> well, that's -- that is not his best side. but that's sully who is actually named after captain charles sullenberger. he was in the 2012 rose parade and charles sullenberger was actually holding sully. >> this is unbelievable. does this -- is this dog having a good time? >> these dogs love to do it. copper tone, the weiner dog, is
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a surfing championship. they both in the ocean. >> they turn in the middle of it. >> it's amazing. >> the weiner dog looks scared. the bulldog looks like he's been finished. >> the weiner dog is a champion. he's won championships in the oceans. we're going to be in union square on sunday 9:00 to 5:00, a big adoption, adopt-a-palooza. we'll in bark in the park on wednesday with the mets. >> by the way, if people in new york city want to come down, bring your dog, you are not allowed to do this. this is for dogs only. abby, telling me what's coming up on our show. i don't think it's going to beat this. hillary and donald's health
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...non-drowsy claritin every day of your allergy season. claritin provides powerful, non-drowsy 24 hour relief... for fewer interruptions from the amazing things you do every day. live claritin clear. good morning to you. it is thursday, september 15, 2016. i'm abby huntsman in for ainsley earhardt. brand-new national polls released moments ago shows donald trump neck and neck with hillary clinton. could it be a game changer in the race for the white house? hillary clinton back on the campaign trail later today but is she really okay? >> i don't know, folks. you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> well, both candidates releasing brand-new information about their health. you'll hear from donald trump shortly. >> and donald trump's running mate is about to release his medical records, but first governor mike pence is on our
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couch right now. steve will give him an exam in just a moment. he just found out. bring your stethoscope because your mornings are better with friends. ♪ >> i'm not a doctor but i play one on tv. governor mike pence, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> first time on the curvy couch. >> i think it is. >> how does it feel? >> great to be here. >> it's great to have you and breaking news, "the new york times" cbs poll came out and in a four-way race, you and donald trump and it must be killing the people at the "new york times," you and donald trump are tying hillary clinton and tim kaine. >> and there are other polls in battleground states around the country, leading in ohio and florida, i think you see tremendous momentum in this campaign. >> what has changed? >> i don't think anything has change. donald said this morning, it's
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make america great. the last seven years has weakened us and stifled our economy. we're campaigning on a agenda to rebuild our military, end the war on coal, repeal obamacare. stand up for the second amendment of the substitution, all those -- con city tugs. >> you mentioned the florida. trump there 47-44 and ohio he's now up by in some polls by five points. 46% to 41%. is this going to be the focus? we have 54 days to go. >> that's right. you know, the polls, i actually don't spend a lot of time thinking about the polls. i spend all my time as donald trump does out with the american people and what we sense is this tremendous movement of the american people to really restore this country. when i saw it last night in scranton, pennsylvania, you saw it in the huge crowd in ohio
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with donald trump, everywhere he goes, everywhere we campaign, it's clear to us that what's happening today all across this country is the american people are stepping up, they are going to want to change the course of this country back to strength and prosperity and they know donald trump is the man who can do that. >> one thing has changed. it's prompter now. it's a disciplined message. it's the same thoughts, written in trump's language with his voice but it's definitely more disciplined on the stump because he can speak for 45 minutes, the press will point out two minutes that was somewhat controversial and that will be the story the next day. that has not happened. >> i think there was a natural evolution, just as at the convention he laid out that compelling vision to make america great again at home and abroad, to fight for the forgotten men and women of this country, to be the voice of the american people in the oval office. the speeches that you see and he will give another one in new york today on our economic plan,
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the speeches that you've seen, that he's been presenting, have been very substantive and so it's been very appropriate for him to work on those and prepare those in advance, but as you said, brian, they are all his words. it's all his vision. >> it's his voice but it's definitely written. >> i think that's important, whether it's the plan to confront and defeat radical islamic terrorism, get the economy growing again and ending illegal immigration. people are responding. >> later on today on the dr. oz where you go to reveal all of your medical records, donald trump takes two papers out of his pocket and gives them to dr. oz. we had mr. trump on just an hour ago, and this is what he revealed about what he says to dr. oz later. >> one document talks about lennox hill hospital which is a great hospital in new york and the other one is where the
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doctor is associated in some form, and the other one is the physical and i did all the tests. i did every test. i did it last week, and the samples all came back. the cholesterol i think is quite good. everything is really good, and if i -- honestly, you know, i told people on your show, i'm going to go to get a physical because you guys mentioned that. all right, i'll go get a physical. i was quick to do it. i had every single test. >> he takes a statin drug and his weight is 236. tell us how you are going to release your records. >> we reached out to my physician. i did a physical a couple months ago and i think we're going to put a letter out later on today. >> any reason you did the physical? >> no, it was just my annual physical, and we'll be releasing that information. i think the american people have a right to know. this is the highest office in
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the land. those of us who have the opportunity to vie for national office, i think we owe an obligation to share that kind of personal information with the public. i'm pleased the other campaigns have done it. but i'll tell you something about donald trump since i've been campaigning with him the last couple of months is -- it's hard to keep up with the man. he is the -- he's a few years older than me but, boy, he is up early, out late. >> you do a speech for an hour where you are hollering, that takes it out of you. >> he is constantly on the move. but he's driven by a passion for this country and a love for this country the likes of which i've never seen in his life. >> he says he feels like a 30-year-old. colin powell, his emails come out and he talks about hillary clinton's health on hgtv she doesn't look good. she's working herself to death.
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they were both giving speeches at the same event a few months back and she could barely climb the podium steps. obviously, these are emails he didn't think would get out but how he really feels about the situation. what is your response to that? >> look, we wish hillary clinton well. we're glad to see her headed back out on the campaign trail today. we prayed for her recovery and i'm sure colin powell is embarrassed about some of the things he said about both candidates. >> what is your reaction to calling donald trump a national disgrace? >> it's unfortunate, i have a lot of respect for secretary powell didn't calls agree -- always agree with me. >> will you reach out? >> i will sit down and have a conversation. he's entitled to his opinion about hillary clinton and donald trump and there's so much focus candidly on what people in the
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establishment and elites have to say about either one of these. >> you consider colin powell that? >> what's extraordinary about this campaign is that millions and millions of everyday americans, from every walk of life, more and more every day are being drawn to the compelling vision of donald trump. >> a lot of what you speak is the opposite of what many have heard from the establishment for many years. >> i gave a speech at the ronald reagan library in california and i talk about how the establishment dealt with ronald reagan. he was no favorite of the establishment. they cast him aside. they said reagan was just someone out of the entertainment world who tried to enter politics late. i looked at his library and said doesn't that sound familiar. the truth is donald trump is giving voice to the frustrations and the aspirations of the american people like no one in my lifetime since ronald reagan
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and i truly do believe he's going to be a great president. >> i know reagan put all those negative commentaries on one. it's supposed to be a salute to reagan, they have all the negativity of people doubting his intellect. >> i saw president obama making favorable reference to ronald reagan and hillary clinton did it last week. that's got to be a first who had to be the harshest critics of ronald reagan and his policies. what donald trump and i are campaigning on, big speech today in new york city at the economic club is the same economic age a agenda. less taxes, less regulation, smarter trade deals, ending the war on coal, repealing obamacare, many of the very same things that ronald reagan did when the economy roerd back. frankly many things that john f. kennedy did. you let people keep more of what
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they earn. smarter, tough trade deals and america will bounce back. >> there's a new book out. he talks about the connection between john f. kennedy's economic policies and tax cuts and lowering marginal rates and ronald reagan. that's exactly what we're doing. >> something you did during the week, you visited the guys and women, former colleagues in the house. did you convert anybody to the trump rain? because some of them were firmly against it. and promised by the clinton campaign, if they elect me, he will have an outreach to republicans. >> i was overwhelmed at the turnout when i met with the republican krns and attended the senate's tuesday lunchen. there was a great enthusiasm in the world. i was told again and again -- >> they like you, but they don't seem to like donald trump yet.
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>> i think they do. there's tremendous enthusiasm for donald trump's vision for this country. >> what do you say about their concerns they have about donald trump? >> they know the policies. they know he's laying out a common sense, conservative agenda to get the economy moving again, rebuild the military. his economic plan actually borrowed from speaker paul ryan's plan to lower our marginal tax rates for lower rates for working families and small businesses. they know the policies. i talked a lot about the man. i talked a lot about the time that our families have spent together, and i just looked them all in the eye. a lot of people i served with a lot of years, let me tell you something, this is a man who loves his family and this country, he's going to be a great president. >> i want to ask you about the clinton foundation. the president of the clinton foundation and worked for bill clinton as secretary of hhs. she said on an interview in msnbc yesterday, no question there was phone calls made to
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get appointments for people. it looks to so many if you wanted to get something done for yourself give some money to the foundation, doors open. >> it not only looks that way, but the president of the foundation admitted that. it's breath taking now here we have a confirmation that major foreign contributors to the clinton foundation were given special access to the secretary of state and the state department during her service to the united states. your viewers would do well to be reminded. foreign corporations cannot donate to american people politics. they cannot have access point that the american citizen. >> they do it now. >> it's breath taking. more than half the meetings that she granted while secretary of state, the associated press reported, this is the pay-to-play politics that american people are sick of.
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she was cautioned about using the clinton foundation. the bottom line is the american people are done with this, and this kind of pay-to-play politics is going to end the day that donald trump becomes president of the united states. >> well, it's a homestretch now. 54 days to go. >> it is. and we're more excited than ever before, and i couldn't be more honored to stand with this good man. >> we're honored to have you here on the couch. thank you so much. thanks for starting your day with us. appreciate it. on this thursday, more on donald trump, including a pastor who called him out in flint, michigan. >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank us. not to give a political people. >> this morning, some suggest this could have been a set-up from the start. the video you'll see now is unbelievable. a group of heroes save a man inside a burning truck. we will walk you through this
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welcome back. if you can believe it we're 54 days out from the election and donald trump called out by a pastor in flint, michigan. >> was he? but this morning there's evidence it could have been a set-up. >> the only person who handle this is ed henry and it turns out ed henry woke up this morning because we asked him to. what's with this whole thing, ed? it's convoluted. >> it is. the back story is hillary clinton had her own photo ops in flint earlier this year and there was no outrage from any pastors on the media though donald trump is taking heat for doing much the same because remember flint has suffered through a horrible water crisis so clinton went back in february ahead of the michigan primary to look presidential. trump trying to do the same because his campaign has rebounded as he's done these visits such as checking out the flood damage in louisiana. pastor faith green clemens
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interrupted him saying this is not supposed to be a political event. donald trump was on "fox & friends" last hour and said he had an inkling that something was up, watch. >> everything she touched didn't work out. thank you. >> mr. trump, i invited you here to thank you us. not to give a political speech. >> okay. that's good. >> when she got up to introduce me, she was so nervous, she was shaking and i said, wow, this is sort of strange, and then she came up. so she had that in mind. there's no question about it. >> and it's interesting, pastor faith green timmins appeared to be itching for a fight because before trump's visit, she posted on facebook, today is our day, we have our chance to show donald trump that this nation is filled with intelligent, wise, black citizens of integrity, many of whom live in flint michigan, what he will see is
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how we're braving a manmade ka tras trough -- catastrophe. hillary clinton was back in february doing what? photo ops. we've been looking this morning to see if there's any video or facebook posts from the pastor complaining about that so far. we've not found it yet, guys. >> all over this developing story. 20 minutes after the top of the hour, coming up, millions of your tax dollars going to insure the so-called emotional wellness of refugees. wait, aren't they getting plenty of government support? well, coming up soon, more. and are you looking to buy a house? you better do your due diligence, you've heard the term but do you know what it means? do not make a move until you hear what the property man, bob massi says. >> stay classy massi! 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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good morning, welcome back. it's 24 minutes after the hour. a few headlines to bring you now starting with the fox news alert. just moments ago, tropical storm julia has been down graded to a tropical depression but she's still wreaking havoc along the east coast. flash flood watches across the carolinas where half a foot of rain has fallen. taking a look at this scene in florida, gusty winds and rain pounding the state. stay safe. check out this twister near orlando. winds 85 miles per hour and some
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video out of georgia, trees knocked over and power knocked out. extreme weather half a world away. massive waves washing over seawalls and tossing shipping containers around like toys. this from typhoon meranti, taiwan and china being blasted with winds more than 190 miles per hour and typhoon winds responsible for this, blowing a giant inflatable move through the streets of china. that's part of a fall festival. no one seriously hurt. imagine that, 190-mile-per-hour winds and you see that. >> and only in china. >> that's crazy. are you looking to buy a house? you better do your due diligence. >> what the heck is due diligence? well it's a term that real estate agents throw around and buyers don't often mean what it means. luckily, bob massi is here to
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explain. due diligence means do what? >> good morning. >> good morning. >> well, listen, good morning to abby, nice to work with you. enjoy it very much. thank you. first of all, the due diligence period is after you've gotten a contract, you reach an understanding on the purchase price, you are basically saying okay there's a period of time to go in and get the house inspected, and this is where there's a lot of mistakes made because there's so much emotion, particularly those young couples buying a new house that they don't pay attention to details but a competent real estate agent or broker has their own inspection companies go in and go through the house from pillar to bed post so they can go over with you any deficits or deficiencies in the house you are going to buy. >> how long does this period of time last and during that time what are the things that you should be looking for? what are the questions you should be asking? >> well, you know, if you are buying, you know, if it's your normal family home, of course,
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usually the due diligence period is ten days. if some people have been more blessed and buying a luxurious home, a lot of times that due diligence is a much longer period of time simply because we want to know, this is a big home, a big expense, are there any problems, living on the west coast, the only time we know our roof leaks is when it rains, and as you know we've been on a drought. that's a big problem on the west coast. throughout the country, they check for termites, any type of problems, repairs, and when you buy a home, it's the seller's responsibility to disclose any problems. that disclosure, guys, is as honest as a seller that's basically selling you the house. >> yeah, but they could just say, hey, yeah, i didn't realize there was black mold in all of the walls. >> that's why i'm in business, guys, unfortunately.
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that happens a lot. you have black mold issues. you have people -- it's crazy what people steve. they will paint over where there were leaks in the house, they will bring a painter in and paint over top of it. there's black mold issues, they won't take dare of it. that's why the people you hire through the inspector is very important and they will make the difference that you are getting what you are bargaining for. >> you got to make the most of that period of time. the property man will be back on saturdays and sundays after the presidential election and if you have a real estate dilemma, you can email bob yourself. that's right. coming up on this thursday -- >> is the united states navy about to snub its own hero? a list of people being considered for their shifts. many of them might surprise you. >> it's a bird, it's a plane. it's super trump. there's a brand-new billboard in times square. we're about to find out who is
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. why would you go to times square at this time of year? >> well, because it's very simple, brian and abby. here above times square somebody is spending $25,000 for the next couple of days to put this super trump up on one of the jumbo trons here and it shows a guy with a giant t on his chest and that would be super trump. just a moment ago, these folks right over here, pardon me, hi, good morning, we're on tv, the fox news channel. what's your name? >> suvi. >> where are you from? >> germany. >> you just saw donald trump flying over times square? your reaction? >> mmm. >> steve, i spoke german, you want me to try to translate. >> no, i don't think it's a language problem. you thought it was great. like make america great again,
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that kind? >> i think so. okay. very good. >> trump not good. >> oh, you are not -- >> you are not a trump fan. >> no, no, you sound like you are. this is fair-and-balanced. ths what we're talking about right here. a yes and a no. are you having a nice visit to new york? >> yeah, yeah, it's great. >> at least they can get along with that. brian, it's something we call in this country breakfast. it is breakfast. that's what they are eating. breakfast. >> who else is out there, steve? >> yeah. anyway, that's it. there's a super trump here. it's right there. it's right at 47th and broadway and there you can see donald trump, the big t, make america great again, flying over the square. >> you know, brian where you were standing -- >> where people are all nations are -- >> brian kilmeade. >> i don't have any friends with $25,000. do you think crime will go down with donald trump fighting as a
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superhero in times square? >> there's a lot going on in times square. are you going to look at donald trump or are you looking at waitress, stub hub, chicago, the american eagle outfitters. you got pay off your phone right here. you got over on this side, kinky boots. how much of an impact is it going to have other than it's got four minutes of free time on fox? >> they are hoping it's got an impact. $29,000 later. >> if you have not seen "kinky boots" and "chicago" by now, don't bother seeing it. >> "jersey boys" instead. >> let's go over to headlines with heather. >> two more detainees released from gitmo this year just returning to terror. this according to a new report by the office of national intelligence. the total number of detainees who have rejoined terror groups since president obama starting
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release -- started releasing them at least nine that we know so far. one of those terrorists sent to uruguay in a coma after a self-imposed hunger strike. he's upset over his living conditions even though he was seen partying it up in south america. good sam mayor i tans help a man with officers. there's a driver trapped inside that truck after he smashed into a school bus in north carolina. the video capturing the desperate attempt to free the man. police were able to rip off that door and eventually rescue him. no one on the bus was hurt. we spoke with the officer's lieutenant. he says he's proud of the
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dedication of his officers. how would you like to sail on the u.s.s. harvey milk? the navy secretary is qending -- defending his choice of unexpected names for several new u.s. battleships. the names include harvey milk, gabrielle giffords, medgar evers, and cesar chavez. not only are refugees getting a free ride to the united states with you now we're going to be shelling out more money to make sure they are happy? the obama administration plans on spending more than $4.5 million of taxpayer money to give, quote, emotional wellness to the refugees. this is the president who plans on taking more than 100,000 refugees by the year 2017. each refugee admitted into the u.s. costs an estimated $64,000. these are your headlines. i'll see you in a bit. >> thanks, heather.
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23 minutes before. eight weeks left into the elections and brand-new polls showing trump taking downhill larry in key battleground states, including florida and ohio. reince priebus is here to react. he's a country music star with rock n roll roots. don't go away. aaron lewis is here. houston: mission allergy escape. for those who've gone to extremes to escape their unrelenting nasal allergy symptoms... houston: news alert... new from the makers of claritin, clarispray. ♪ welcome back. clarispray is a nasal allergy spray that contains the #1 prescribed, clinically proven ingredient.
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it will be out early next year and all profits go toward veterans charities. hillary clinton has a new book out. it's called "stronger together" the sales of the book not so strong. it has sold less than 3,000 copies in its first week. not so good. thank you very much. it's getting close to 54 days to the big day. brand-new poll numbers reveal that donald trump and hillary clinton in a virtual tie nationally. that is not all. >> that according to a "new york times" poll with less than eight weeks polls show trump ahead in key battleground states like ohio where he tops hillary by five points. with reaction, is the rnc chair, reince priebus. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. >> so it looks like the trend lines are reversing. how -- what's going on here? >> well, i think what's going on, a couple quick things. first of all, the electorate
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wants to change. like a flowing river, you can analyze all the minutia all day long, but the electorate is like a river, it's flowing and wants change and donald trump fits the movement of the electorate and hillary clinton doesn't. but when you have a new candidate who has never run for office, it takes time for the electorate to be convinced over time that this big change is something that they are comfortable with, and donald trump has had an incredible four weeks. he's been on message. he has been disciplined. he's talking about serious policies at every single stop, whether it's a rally or a school or church. people are getting comfortable and just like in 1980 when the electorate wanted to change, it took time for the electorate to get comfortable. the other thing is look at the polls, he's over 45, 46, 47%, something that all the supposed experts said would never happen.
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well, it's happening. >> it is. we've talked to you at times, maybe the candidacy looked hopeless. a lot of republicans were not on board. you kept saying stay the ship. it turns out you're right. paul manafort was trying to get donald trump to read off the prompter and not ad-lib off the stage and he was unsuccessful. why has kelly ann can conway successful where paul wasn't. >> i think the sustained discipline when you bring in someone new and that person is also disciplined and really a polling and messaging expert and someone that he really listens to and respects, i think that tus just seeing the effects of the discipline that she's been able to bring to the table and to the team, and then the results of that discipline is being seen in the polling.
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we all know donald trump likes the polls, at least he listens to the polling. he reviews them. we all know that. now the polls are affirming something that the team is saying is important to the campaign. it's also, i think, donald trump's comfortable with it. one thing to keep in mind this is because donald trump wants to be a policy driven and giving these speeches. not because someone is pounding away in his ear. that doesn't work that way with donald trump. he's doing it on his own. >> he's doing an economic policy speech later on today. of course, later on today, i'm sure you are going to be tubeside to watch dr. phil -- >> dr. oz. dr. phil was jonbenet ramsey. >> dr. oz. he's going to be releasing information about his blood pressure and stuff like that and hillary clinton released more information about what's going on in her life over the last year or so.
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why are medical records suddenly something that everybody has got to know more about? >> because hillary clinton had an incredible episode on sunday. i mean, my guess is that if that didn't happen, you probably -- you and i wouldn't be talking had something occur that i think gave people a lot of pause and concern, both for her and her candidacy, and there are things leading up to that episode on sunday, and people are worried about not just her health, but just what's going on, and the problem that she has, of course, it's sort of compounded by the fact that the campaign couldn't be honest about it, so the folks that have already been concerned about whether she was healthy or not are sort of not quite sure what to believe because they lied about the initial incident as to what happened in new york, so look, it's a little bit of a mess for their campaign. we don't want the illness part
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we hope goes away, but the problem she's got is more of an honesty and trust issue that people don't want to buy and you are seeing it in the polling. >> bill clinton said it was the flu. maybe he was convinced and didn't know what he's talking about. >> hopefully she's better. we don't know what's going on with her campaign. >> all right. reince priebus, thanks so much the. >> you bet. it's going to be interesting to see if hillary clinton changes her tactics from donald trump is bad to how she's good and maybe we'll see that today. you know him as the lead singer of stain but now he's gone country. ♪ country boy is all i'll ever be ♪ >> aaron lewis performs next. >> more on aaron and company. but first let's check in with martha maccallum she performs
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here in 12 minutes. >> yes, i do. we've got brand-new polls out today. they show that this race is tight, tying, tight. we'll show you those in a moment. we're going to talk to the trump campaign and see hillary clinton back on the trail today. so when the votes get counted 54 days from now, will the gop have learned the lessons from the romney loss or not. sean spicer digs in on that. trivia for you, who is older, billy joel and bruce springsteen? hillary or donald trump? is age just a number when we see you at the top of the hour.
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a country boy is all i'll ever be ♪ >> you know that voice, he's a country music star with rock and roll roots. >> his brand-new album is called "sinner." it's available on itunes right now. >> let's talk first to aaron lewis, live. good morning to you. >> good morning to your band. >> in a minute you are going to do a song called that ain't country. >> yes, sir. and that's because what? what is going on in country music? >> i guess i'm having a hard time seeing the connection to the music that seems to be dominating country radio right now. >> it's too pop? >> and the roots that defined the genre. >> you are trying to get it back to the old country? >> maybe not all the way back, but somewhere in a happy medium. >> kind of mad at luke bryan? >> no, i got nothing against him personally. >> is he hurting your business, your genre? >> no, not at all.
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you sing one of the songs in with your 14-year-old daughter. >> it's possible. if she wants it. she doesn't want it right now. >> let's hear your song, that ain't country. here they are. aaron lewis and company. ♪ ♪ what a sad state of affairs i'm in 'cause i'm trying to compete where i just don't fit in ♪ cause the country, if you call it that now, from off the row ♪ ain't country just because i'm old enough to know that ♪ that ain't country. that's a natural fact ♪ it's full of tales of good times and happy endings, my life ain't
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like that ♪ ♪ so i'll listen to the old songs that my grand dad used to play, full of pain and heartache and desperation and the ones that got away. the ones that speak to me, the way i feel today ♪ ♪ so tell me whatever happened to the country songs ♪ ♪ full of truth and consequences, all the things gone wrong ♪ someone came and changed it up and made it all a lie ♪ i'd like to spit a little beach nut right in that dude's eye cause ♪ that ain't country, that's a natural fact ♪ it's full of tales and good times and happy endings.
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my life ain't like that ♪ so i'll keep listening to the old song that my grand dad used to play full of pain and heartache and desperation and the ones that got away ♪ ♪ the ones that speak to me the way i feel today. ♪ ♪ now listen here ♪ we got way lon singing songs about a rambling man ♪ and junior has got a cold one in his hand, and the possum's getting drunk again imagine that and charlie daniels playing fiddle underneath that hat, and john and june are going back and forth again and david alan coe singing about his kin, and hag
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guard sings the songs that will save your soul, and willie sings the songs and the hearts he stole cause ♪ ♪ cause country, that's a natural fact ♪ it's full of tails of hard times and complications, ain't life like that? so i'll keep linking to the old song that my grand dad used to play full of pain and heartache and desperation and the ones that got away. ♪ the ones that speak to me the way i feel today ♪ the ones that speak to me the way i feel today ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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i know more about isis then the generals do. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok. donald trump compared his sacrifices to the sacrifices of two parents who lost their son in war. how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures.
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i've had tremendous success, i think... those are sacrifices?
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>> opening the symphony, my sister playing the pea nano. aaron lewis has a new album it's called "sinner." bill: there could be momentum for donald trump in critical battleground states. polls show trump with a lead over clinton in ohio and florida while her national lead has been cut in half. martha: these numbers are quite something. you have a 3-point lead for donald trump in the state of florida and a 5-point lead in the crucial state battleground of ohio. since the democratic convention when hillary enjoyed a 10-point

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