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good morning to you. it is sunday, at the present time 25th. the manhunt is over, but the motive still a mystery overnight. police arresting this turkish immigrant who gunned down five people at a washington mall. what we know about his murderous ralei rampage. that is straight ahead. on the eve of a debate with hillary clinton and donald trump, a live report is coming up next. if you thought this presidential race couldn't get any better. well, it just did, bill clinton's exmistress, gennifer
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flowers says she will be debate for donald trump. will she be staring at hillary clinton in the front row? "fox & friends" starts right now. can you spell it? come can. in long island, new york. that's the scene of the first presidential debate. tomorrow night. will you be watching? yes, you will. >> i am trying to look at this podium. we do know, obviously, hillary clinton will not get a stole to stand on. we know they've altd aered the height of the podium. >> to make them look a little more even. what they can do. no bathroom breaks. no nothing. as if this race could get any more bizarre and awkward, i
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mean, the choices -- >> how to view snit. >> now you could have per donald trump's tweet, he had to retweet, he spelled the name wrong, gennifer flowers who had an affair with bill clinton, sitting in the front row staring straight at hillary clinton. she came out a year ago talking about hillary clinton saying she basically is an enabler. let's play that. oh, actually we will play it lite later. donald trump is in full warm-up mode perhaps his biggest debate performance mode ever. >> i think you should say, let's imagine that, which is entirely possible. all this against a backdrop of new polls, fox news senior national correspondent john roberts outside trump tower here in new york with a preview of the big battle at hofstra. good morning, john. >> reporter: good morning to you. let's take a look at this, the washington post abc news poll.
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it's well within the margin of error. hillary clinton is up amongst likely voters. the poll of registered voters, it's dead even at 41 to 41. i think it's the most significant presidential event since that al gore-george bush debate in 2000. donald trump preparing differently than al gore didful al gore took an entire week almost at long boat key. donald trump has decided he's not going to prepare in the traditional fashion, rather than doing mock debates, more or less just give knocking around some ideas of potential lines and not filling his head with too many facts. he's worried, he seen many people frozen up, their head so full of facts and figures, they can't even talk. using momentum, a part of his
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strategy. last night in roanoke, virginia, reaching out to women voters. listen to what trump said. >> my opponent likes to say that for decades she's been fighting for women. that she's been fighting for children. why then are 70 million american women and children living in poverty or on the brink of poverty in our country? >> donald trump will be taking some time off the debate prep today to meet with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. he will ask trump and hillary clinton when he meets with her today to oppose any move by the united nationss to oppose a settlement on israel. back to what you are talking about, this could be posturing more than anything, after mark cuban tweeted out, that he was going to be in the front row at the debate, donald trump tweeted out, maybe i'll get gennifer flowers, she said she is going to be there, but we don't know
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from the trump campaign whether she has actually been invited. this may be more a head game time of thing than a real plan. >> she tweeted out say, hey, donald, you know, i'm in your corner, i will definitely be at the debate. she put a nice smooch stricker with lips as well. >> i don't really know if that would be a brilliant political move for him to do that or not. >> he's so awesome on so many levels. we are praying for it. john roberts on the scene. >> thanks, john. >> i think it would be a stoemt distraction. >> you think she will show up? i don't think so. >> actually, i think trump is in a pretty good spot. look, hillary clinton is defending iowa and ohio. she is losing states that barack obama won twice. this debate is important for her than donald trump. i think she thinks he has something to lose.
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they believe they are winning. it looks like they are winning. >> that's why you are seeing the spin, hillary clinton's teal putting out the sexism stuff, saying you know what, she is always getting really difficult questions. men wouldn't get the same type of hard line questions. on the trump side, they're playing down expectation basically saying this is his first time debating a woman, a one-on-one situation, we don't expect too much from him. >> we were talking about it before. john roberts report mentioning gennifer flowers speaking out a year ago about hillary clinton being an enabler of her husband bill clinton. let's play a little of that. >> you know, people criticize me for talking about her because i had an affair with her husband. and i don't blame them for that. i understand that. i understand that they can be mad at me. i get it...i accept my responsibility. but she's never accepted her responsibility at being an enabler. she's been an enabler that has encouraged him then to go out
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and do whatever he does with women. our stories should come back up with the circumstances, with hillary running. i mean, it should come back to the forefront again. >> so and donald trump brought it back to the forefront again. i think it is a total distraction. >> i'm not sure he should, do we want drumpb talking about other people's major and affairs? >> look at the optics for a moment. can you imagine hillary clinton and the there and stare down at gennifer flowers while she's debating donald trump. >> you don't want to talk about anybody's weirdness in a marriage. here's why it's relevant. she is running as a champion for all women as a feminist for women. she attacked the women, belittled the women, called them trashy, psychopathic stalkers whose only crime is to have an affair with her husband. if you are a candidate of women, why are you attacking with imthat didn't do anything wrong. i don't understand that.
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>> you said it's ultimately going to come down to their performance. donald trump, a lot of people will be watching him. which donald trump will we see? we seen a couple different donald trumps throughout the campaign trail. there is a montage of moments. let's watch this. >> never attacked him on his look, believe me, there is plenty of subject matter right there, that i can tell you. >> are you talking jeb? >> i'm talking. >> you can go back. you're not talking. you're trying to build up your energy, it's not working. >> don't worry it, little marco, i will. don't worry about it, little marco. >> you are the lying guy up here. you are the one. >> release the --. >> what are you hide something excuse me, i've given my answer, lysleing ted, i've given my answer, he hit my hands, nobody has her hit my hands, look at those hands? are they small hand? and he referred to my hands, if they're small, something else
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must be small. i germany tee you there is no problemful i guarantee it. >> so who will show up tomorrow fwhiet? >> he's an animal, he's a viking. he should show up with a helmet with horns on. awesome. >> it's a riot. >> i don't know, twho will show up tomorrow night? will he reserve donald trump. >> guiliani said he will not remake himself with 45 days to go. debates in general don't determine the outcome of the race. i'm not sure there is evidence for that. he can totally meltdown, if he doesn't melt down, again, he's winning. i don't think that's percolated down to the pundit class. but look at the numbers. he is winning states that obama won last time. >> right. >> so i don't think he will act like that. >> i think the thing, people who say, who know him very well say what they saw in the primaries is fake donald, like him doing all that little marco stuff.
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the real donald is the guy who is the reserved businessman who we may see tomorrow night, the more presidential looking. >> it's complicated. there are probably many donalds like there are many clintons. >> are there a lot of verse? >> it seems it's all of a piece, don't you think? >> it's true, hillary clinton is allowing him to have. >> lower the camera a bit. >> trump is exactly the same in person as he is on television. >> that is true. that is true. >> it is, so what you see is what you get. >> let us know what you think of all of this, you can e-mail us, go to our facebook page this morning. >> what version of donald trump do you want to see tomorrow night? we have headlines we want to get to this morning. we do start with a fox news alert a. desperate manhunt is over. a suspected killer is in custody, police arrested arcan cetin without incident who they say he was taken into custody in
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his hometown of oak harbor, 30 miles southwest of burlington, where the shooting hammond. cetin is an immigrant from turkey initially identified as hispanic by authorities. there are reports he may have been mentally ill with a rap sheet of assault and drunk driving and terrorism is not ruled out as a motive. chaos erupting in charlotte following the death of keith lamont scott. police have released a body and dash cam footage giving new insight into how it all unfolds. we want to warn you, this video is graphic. officers attempting to smash a defiant scott passenger window there. he finally gets out. walking backwards, while officers ordering scott to drop a gun before on fire. >> heads up, heads up! heads up!
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>> police also releasing these pictures from -- it's a handgun and holster and marijuana blunt. his wife still insisting he did not have a gun t. national protests from nfl to college stadiumsle. several players holding up their fists in the "star spangled banner" fans in north carolina joining in, dozens wearing black shirts, refusing to stand up. all of this following collin kaepernick national anthem protests. those are some of your headlines this morning. coming up, a professor who correctly predicted the last presidential race, according to him, he says donald trump is going to win. kim kardashian has finally decide who'd she will vote for. we have fox team coverage on this over the past few days.
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is it donald trump? is it hillary clinton? the biggest decision is straight ahead. >> a game changer. ♪
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44 days, get out your abacus. two days and donald trump and hillary clinton are neck and neck in the polls. a professor of history at the american university and author of "predicting the next president" he's correctly pediatriced the outcomes of the last eight presidential elections. he joins us now. nice to see you this morning. so you are not really -- you don't care about the polls that everyone else gets caught up in. you are looking at history for
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indicators. what do you see? >> my system is 13 frou/false questions where an answer of true always favors the re-election of the party in power. it's based on the retrospective study of every election from the election of abraham lincoln in 1860 to ronald reagan in 1980 and it's based on the theory that elections are primarily referenda on the party holding the white house. i look at the big picture the economy, foreign policy, third parties. the way it works, if the party in power has six of these 13 going against it, that itself democrats now. they're predicted losers. by my system, the democrats have six negative factors against them. >> wow, here are the negative ones. incumbent party mandate, nomination contests, so obviously, hillary clinton had to fight bernie sanders. a third party, jill stein,
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policy change, foreign military success, a problem for her and the incumbent charisma also. what about some false keys for hillary. let's talk about the incumbent party mandate. why is that a problem for her? ? well, that itself the mid-term elect, kind of a referendum on the party holding the white house and the democrats got wiped out in 2014. it's not her. remember, we're talking about a referendum on the performance and strength of the party holding the white house. it doesn't necessarily turn on the individual candidates and, of course, in donald trump, you have such a precedent-breaking candidate. you know, he said so many things that would drive other candidates out of the race, that maybe he'll break the pattern of history and snatch defeat from the jaus of victory despite my system. >> key number three, the incumbency, the sitting president is not rung. why is that a problem for her? >> it's always better to have a sitting president running.
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the signature president has a record a.gravitas. that's one that it's harder to win an open seat than to see an incumbent get reelected. >> key number 7 i want to jump to no major policy change in obama's second term like this affordable care act. why the that a problem for her. >> it's always good if you are the party holding the white house to have something to run on, major accomplishments. right now because of the gridlock she is coming up empty on any mo josh domestic party issue. >> the third party, we don't talk about this. we have a gary johnson key in all of this. key number 4. what about the third party variable for hillary clinton? >> everybody missed that. it's very important. third parties are bad news for the party holding the white house. and my threshold there is 5% or more which looks like gary johnson is going to get. but the point is, people will be
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throwing their vote away by voting for gary johnson, that's not the choice. it's clinton versus trump. there are no moral victories in politics. so whether you believe in clinton or trump, you should make the major party choice. there's no such thing as a moral victory in presidential politics. >> alt lichtman looking at history. which is a good indicator than these polls to pick a trump victory in november. great to see you. thank you so much. >> great to be here. coming up, ted cruz endorsing donald trump, did trump apologize in the primaries? what the candidates can learn about past debate performancesful we're rolling out the tames, look. >> crooked hillary clinton. >> crooked hillary. she's crooked hillary. let's face it, she's crooked hillary. it's not just a car... it's your daily retreat.
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>> about 25 minutes after the hour. back with quick headlines a. brand-new bomb shell in brangelina's divorce. they say the fbi won't get involved after child abuse allegations, after family services questioned brad pitt for an alleged physical confrontation with his son maddox on the family's private plane and pippa middleton can get royal beauty rest. a hacker accused of stealing thousands of picture from her icloud is now under arrest and facing charges. they tried to sell images of his fiance and her sister, the duchess kate middleton. she's doing okay.
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though. >> well, do you remember this? it's hillary clinton's first debate back when she was running for the senate in the state of new york. mid-response the opponent, rick lazio, the former congressman, walked over to her podium and demand she sign a pledge against soft money. it back fired, he was called a sexist. what else should hillary clinton and donald trump learn from past debates? >> it brings umm memories. scott brown here to break it down. he was involved in the gubernatorial candidates debate prep. joining us now, sir, good to see you. >> thank you for having me. >> let's start with the dos and don'ts for hillary clinton. what should she do? what should she not do? >> i know a lot of folks have given hillary clinton advice to lay back. i think this the a campaign in search of a message and being right now. i think hillary clinton has to come out of the gate and show people why she's in this race. i think she's having a hard time
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convincing people she's in this race for any good reason at all. we got a tied race nationally. her people need a message right now. if she lays back, i think that can be a bad night for her. >> we have a sound byte from february 11th. this is her attacking with reason. take a listen. >> i cannot believe a vote if 2002 is a plan to defeat isis in 2016. it's very important we focus on the threats we face today. >> some more of that. >> she's going to have to deal with this. because bernie sanders and donald trump essentially have the same passion. which is they oppose the iraq war from the beginning. i'm sure she will hear that monday night and in future debates. she has to come out and be ready for this iraq war question because trump's doubling down on it this weekend. it will be a core message for him. i'm certain. she will have to come out and defend it hard. it will be a big topic given the
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terrorism rising in importance. >> on that point she should thought be careful when describing terrorism. let's play a little of that. >> i think that you can, you can talk about islamists who clearly are always jihadists, but i think it's -- it's not particularly helpful to make the case. we are at war with violent extremism. we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression and, yes, we are at war with those people, but i don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush. >> that's a big don't, huh? >> if she loses this race, a big reason will be because during the obama years the democratic party has failed to define radical islamic terrorism for what it is, being careful and lawyerly and dancing around the edges of this topic i think has really hurt the democratic party and anyone associated with obama and especially a secretary of state. so she's going to have to come out and punch hard on that topic. donald trump will. most people know what we're
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fighting. it's in the news, it's happening in new york and on american soil, failure to act knowledge that will be a major problem. >> trump's opponents the establishment the media, have such content for him. they neff pause to learn from him. you say that shay they should for moments like this? >> you don't get an actual check from the mexican government for eight or ten or $12 billion, whatever it will cost. how are you going to make them pay for the wall? >> i will and the wall just got ten feet taller, believe me. it's got ten feet taller. >> interesting. so everyone in the "new york times" scoffed at that, but what can hillary learn from that response? >> i think she needs to learn that donald trump is committed on this issue. when you are running for president of the united states, you have to be committed on the reasons you are running. he is running on this immigration issue. he's not backing down from it. i i think if i were him, i would say with it.
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it's keeping him clearly in the race. if he were to roll that back and it will be the most watched event in presidential history, it may make him look weak. he is running on a message. she needs to understand he will come with that topic and stay with it. i would advise him to do so. >> theme is more important in in there it's not the policy. it's the altitude. i'm not going to back down to having a fire to solve this problem. that's what she likes. what problem will she solve? >> fire, little marco and crooked hillary, on and on and on, will it look like this on monday night. watch. >> i neff attack ltd. him on his looks, and believe me, there is plenty of subject matter right there. with jeb's attitude, we will never be great again. >> you are a liar. you will be worse than jeb would. >> this is a con artist. and this is a liar. >> will that be smart for him? >> it will not be smart for him. you showed the lazio-clinton tip
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at the top. i think it would be unwise to bait him. we see her falling. she is having a hard time connecting. one way it would be bait him into a lull l bullying moment. he needs to not do that. it was fine when are you bullying other candidates in the context of a republican primary. we're down to the last few independents who may be making up their mind, they're looking to see if he embodies the image of a president and that's what he's trying to portray on mon nights. >> hillary clinton can lose her cool as well. so they both have to be careful of that. >> she did with bernie. she has in 2008. she has a history of that, no question. >> great to see you, good stuff. we'll dive into more of this later on the show. >> still ahead, ted cruz opening up about his endorsement from donald trump. does an apology from trump steel deal? what cruz says next. brand-new polls showing trump and hillary clinton neck and neck ahead of the debate
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clinton has been doing a lot of studyingful also some rehearsals for the debate at an area hotel, west chester area hotel. she's spent a lot of time and energy in prep wrags her aides. the three presidential debates will have massive audience. her long-time aide is playing the role of donald trump. a democrat familiar with her debate prep told me he does verbal combat at a high level. because he's been a triumphed insider, he can push her buttons to test her reactions. ahead of the debate. clinton is expected to sit down with israeli president benjamin netanyahu in new york. she recently had high profile meetings with ukraine and egypt. they allow clinton and trump the opportunity to further audition with the american people to be our next president. clinton was expected to visit charlotte today following the
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violent protests there. but bottom line, after the mayor there said it was not a good time for a visit, she did call into african-american pastors there last night. tucker. >> thanks a lot, mike. well, as hillary continues her lengthy rest at home, new polls show she and donald trump are in a statistical dead heat before the debates. he might be up a little bit. we have republican strategist jon burnett and rassmussen group president scott rassmussen. great to see you all. scott, i'll start with you. she is losing in a couple of states that the president won twice. those would include ohio. >> ohio is a good one. >> and iowa and others. so why is she not losing? >> because donald trump needs to win every state mitt romney won plus pick up 64 electoral notes.
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if he gets florida, as toup and ohio, 253, 17 short. if he picks up nevada and iowa, still a little bit short. he needs one more state. he needs something else to put him over the top. what is surprising about this is those numbers say it is very close heading into this debate. tucker, you and i have talked before. i spent two decades telling people, debates never matter that much. this one would matter. >> she is not only basical will i the incumbent, is most famous woman in the world, most riches. most admired in polls for real. she is running against a guy selling vodka a year ago. she thinks she is so superior to him. she should be killing him, right is this in there at the end of the day when we count up the media hours, donald trump has gotten since the beginning of the campaign. he has so totally dominated the news cycle. any time he sneezes, says something shocking, we cover it
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24 slash 7. >> what would be her message? >> she has from the beginning tried to focus on policy solution and oriented -- >> what is the message of the campaign? >> the message is we need to invest in infrastructure, america, building jocks and raising the minimum wage. >> that's the problem. she hasn't done anything. >> years and years of economic growth for the last eight years despite on this network we have a disastrous economy. we've come a long way in eight years. we need to continue building on that. >> everything is fine campaign. >> not everything is fine. >> you are believing the right wing "new york times." is that a good campaign? >> that's a false narrative. it's not reality for all american voters. >> of course it is. >> the thing is she has been hiding and seeking the white house ever since the convention. that's not a good strategy. as far as donald trump going into this debate, he needs to focus, he needs to realize who he is.
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she a businessman. he needs to focus on undecided voters. he needs the shift in disastrous states. >> she will go after him. >> everyone who runs against trump goes insane by the end. you know, you saw with jeb bush and ted cruz. i think with hillary clinton. i mean this with compassion. here it is, watch. >> having said all this, why aren't i 50 points ahead, you might ask? well, the choice for working families has never been clearer. i need your help to get donald trump's record out to everybody. nobody should be fooled. >> this raises a few interesting, sorry, this raises a few interesting questions. one is, is she being driven off the deep end because she doesn't understand why people are for trump is this. >> i do think there is an underlying attitude in the clinton campaign that this
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should not be a close election, she is the superior candidate and donald trump doesn't belong in the race. i think that's also their weakness. they can't imagine how anybody would vote against her. and there is a lot of reasons people have for voting against hillary clinton. some are partisan, some to do with her. that blind spot is the reason she sometimes gets a little crazy. >> she's claiming sexism here. how can you claim to be the toughest person in the world and the victim of sexism simultaneously? >> i think a lot of women in america relate to that. she's the most exposed woman in the history of american politics. there has been a double standard. there always will be. i personally would like to see her not focus on that. i don't think it hurts her. >> she's wore atmosphere quarter of a billion dollars, is she a victim? >> it's not a victim. it's about the narrative. >> that's sexism. >> i didn't say she is a victim. i said any one that runs for office, puts themselves out there, absolutely deals with a double standard in the media. she deals with every single day. we talk about why isn't she
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smiling, why isn't she nice? we never say that about male candidates. >> i say that all the time. i'm sorry, i'm speak income double standards, you are getting shaftd. i am told we have to go. >> i'll close on this, if hillary is not yelling, she's crying. she's needs to get over it and get on message. >> good to see you all. we go back to the great abby huntsman. >> a fox news alert. three gunman opened fire in baltimore overnight, the youngest victim a three-year-old girl. police say the shooting was the a planned attack and the deadly labor day weekend shooting t. suspects are on the run at this hour. all victims are expected to be okay. a shooting adding to the chaos in baltimore t. city saw a 63% spike in homicides last year alone. did ted cruz finally bit the built and endorse donald trump? he says the decision was quote agonizing. >> i'm not the only voter in the state or the country who has
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a presidential debate? hubert humphrey, george w. bush. >> it's george h.w. bush. >> what a handsome wristwatch it was. >> it was beautiful. the problem was that was the image they had. it looked like he had a car waiting for him and couldn't wait to get out of there. >> bill clinton was walking up to -- >> it was all about the look of things. question two, who had a 5:00 shadow and had gotten out of hospital prior to his presidential debate? franklin d. roosevelt, richard nixon or dwight d. eisenhower. >> b is correct. it was richard nixon. famously, he looked terrible. john f. kennedy, on the other hand, in 1960 was rested, tanned, ready. nixon really paid the price of the idea that this was the television era. >> why not just shave? it's a simple thing.
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>> he didn't wear makeup too. >> they put on lazy chase which made him looked pasty. richard daley said he looks already embalmed. >> was that the first televised debate? >> that was of the first national a televised debate. 66 million people watched that night. it was quite extraordinary. didn't really change the ultimate outcome but helped in the beginning to get recognized more by the american public which knew nixon. he was the vice president for eight years. >> last question. >> what was the method of introducing the country to candidates before the age of television broadcast? the pony express, front porch campaigning or soapbox this is public parks? >> b. >> you're all right again. we have to come up with a tie brecker here. >> front porch campaign, people would sit -- the presidential candidates would sit on a porch in the rocker, journalists would
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sexism before the debate begins claiming she'll face tough questions because, well, she's a woman. didn't she use a similar strategy to win a senate seat against rick lazio. "fox and friends" hour two starts right now. there she is. >> a little europe to get your morning started. the hofstra university. we're trying to figure out which podium would be hillary clinton's. they have adjusted the podium because he's 6'2", she's 5'4". i think she'll be at the left podium. >> and no stool to step on. >> what's missing from that debate arena right now? if you guessed gennifer flowers, you could be right. summing is up this way.
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there she is. cheat shock. bill's old girlfriend. and also endless shrimp. >> we're glad to see you this morning. on the couch. >> nice to see you. >> full warmup mode. >> from perhaps the biggest day of his life. >> brand new polls show the race at a virtual tie. >> national correspondent john roberts has a preview of the battle of hofstra. john, good morning. >> reporter: abby, clayton, tucker, good morning to you. donald trump has another, i won't say full day of debate prep today. at the same time, as the new abc news "washington post" poll shows his numbers dramatically improving nationwide. among likely voters, hillary clinton leads him by two points. well within the margin of error. basically amounts to a dead heat. 46 to 44.
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donald trump hasn't been engaging in the typical debate preparation with mock debates. that more along the lines of going over ideas, making sure that he's going to be comfortable with the formats. some zingers to throw at hillary clinton and continuing to be out on the campaign trail when most other candidates would be back home studying. big rally in roanoke, virginia, in which donald trump congrat laid the smithsonian on the opening of the new african-american museum even though he was not invited to that and then said this about african-american voters. >> african-americans have given so much to our nation and sacrificed so much for this nation. many african-americans are succeeding so greatly in our country and i will make sure their success is protected and supported. at the same time, too many african-americans have been left behind and trapped in poverty. i will fight to make sure every
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single african-american child in this country is fully included in the american dream. he'll meet with benjamin netanyahu. he's also meeting with hillary clinton. netanyahu will ask both candidates to oppose any move in the future by the united nations to impose settlement on israel. this is some idea in israel that president obama on the way out may try to do something along those lines, rally support at the united nations. before we go, you talk about donald trump not doing typical debate preparation. i remember being at the al gore debate camp at the colony resort on long boat key near sarasota in 2000. three or four days of intense debate preparation and a lot of people say that first debate against george bush where he would use bush as a mop to wipe
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the debate floor might have cost gore the election. remember the heavy sighing. >> naomi wolf got in his head with the alpha male stuff and in bush's face. >> we'll show you video of that. that ended up on "saturday night live," the sighing. >> get an obscene phone caller. >> john, thank you. >> we'll walk through the unforced errors in presidential debate history. we'll go through a few of those in a moment. there might be a bizarre moment tomorrow night if this woman takes up donald trump on his offer to have her sit in the front row of the debate. that woman, gennifer flowers, bill clinton's ex-lover. he said if mark cuban is going to be sitting in the front row, you know, i'm going to invite her to show up to the debate. >> she's responded saying she's going to take him up on the offer. tucker is not convinced we'll show up. could you imagine if she did, though? that might be one.
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most awkward situations. hillary clinton staring down on her on the front row talking about terrorism. >> that's an awkward situation. >> i don't think they're going to do it. he wants to show he's serious enough in the fresh hold. i think it's legitimate to ask why a woman who claims to speak for all women and be on the side of women is the uber feminist attacks all these women whose crime is having affairs with her husband. why is that a feminist thing? >> he's been lambasting mark cuban over this whole thing and mark cuban saying i'm a real billionaire. let's see your tax returns. let's see your tax returns. this is the fight back here. >> meanwhile, though, hillary is hunkering down in chappaqua as some of her surrogates are crying sexism before the debate even begins, which is probably a bad place to start. >> what's this all about? they've been leaking things to the press basically saying, look, hillary clinton is going
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to be up there. she's going to have to answer questions that no man would have to answer. she's going to have to face all of these tough questions in a way that most men on the debate stage would not have to face. >> they're working things, not that there's on ses from hillary. they're working her. >> how is a woman most famous and powerful be a victim and b, because it cuts against the one thing i like about hillary. she's pretty tough. spent 11 hours in the benghazi committee. she lied a lot but held it together. now, she's saying oh, poor me, they're being mean because i'm a woman. you can't be tough and a victim. >> on hillary's side, we don't want tough questions. there's a double standard. on the trump side, to be fair, there's spin from that side which is look, this is his first debate one-on-one. he's never had a one-on-one debate before.
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sean spicer reporting on that. >> remember, they said al gore is a great debater. >> you know what i will say about this, donald trump is going to have to be careful about personal insults when it comes to hillary clinton. he has gotten himself in trouble. you remember michele bachmann and he was talking about her faith and her looks. it was an awkward situation with women saying that's not a place you go. you never look good down that road. >> there is, in fact, a double standard. it applies to the man. you can call him little marco but seen as dismissively and mocking her appearance. i don't think you should do that. you saw with clayton williams running for governor in texas and rick lazio running with hillary ten years later. you're too aggressive with a woman, you lose. >> speaking oaf, our producers are a macing. this is when he walked across
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the stage and invaded her privacy. >> it's the new york freedom from soft money pack. i signed it. we can sit down together. miss clinton, you want to spopd? >> i certainly do. i admire that. that was a wonderful performance and i -- >> i want you to sign it. >> you did it very well. >> i don't want you to admire it. i want you to sign it. >> when you give me the -- >> right here. right now. >> we'll shake on this, rick. >> i want your signature. everybody wants to see you signing something you said you were for. >> it was a big mistake for him. it backfired big time. >> not in the moment, though. when you watch that, it was a strong moment for him. it was later on that it was a spin basically from her campaign saying it was sexist. you watch that back. had it been a guy there works it have been any different? >> republicans going to win statewide in new york? >> the answer is know. he could have ascended into
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heaven and still lost. what do you want to see tomorrow night at the debate? e-mail us friends at fox news.com. we have a great thread on our facebook page. we'll check in on that in a little bit. we have other headlines to get to. we start with a fox news alert. i desperate manhunt is over as a suspected killer is in custody. police arrested arcan cetin who killed five people in a washington state mall. he was taken into custody about 30 miles southwest of lurlg ton where the shooting happened. steven is an immigrant from tirk despite initially being identified as hoib by authorities. there are reports he may have been mentally ill. terrorism is not ruled out as a motive. chaos erupting in charlotte for a fifth straight night following the shooting death of keith scott. this as police released body and
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dashcam footage giving new insight into how it all unfolded. we wan though, these videos are graphic. officers attempting to smash a defiant scott's passenger window. officers ordered him to drop a gun before opening fire. >> handcuffs, handcuffs. >> police also releasing these pictures from the scene showing a handgun, an ankle holster and a marijuana blunt. his wife still, though, insisting he had a book on him, not a gun. evacuations are under way right now as the midwest braces for more record breaking flooding. in parts of iowa and wisconsin, drowning streets and destroying home. it already killed two people. it's only going to get worse. the cedar river expected to
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overflow banks tomorrow. kim kardashian says she's with hillary after all. confirming her report after she was on the fence about and possibly voting for donald trump. i found that i stand with hillary. i believe she will best represent our country and is the most qualified for the job. >> shocking. >> 234 hours to figure out what she was -- >> we will find out. coming up, hillary clinton has a pretty good question. wants to -- >> having said all this, why aren't i 350 points ahead you might ask? ? >> that's your be question. shout out at you. speaking of hillary, remember her old blackberry destroyed by a hammer. well, new e-mails reveal that's not the only way her devices were destroyed. coming up next. ♪
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>> she shares in her confusion with paul krugman and morning joe and the republican establishment in d.c. it's not endorsement of trump. they don't understand why anyone would support trump and it's driving them crazy. >> that may be true. but the fact is, look, reagan only won by 18 points. >> in '84. >> this whole where is 50 points thing is crazy. the reality is obama won by 3.9% in 2012. this is going to be closer than that, i think. you know, maybe two points either way. but candidates face stuff like this. particularly, this is to the labor union. particularly to get their -- i'm not winning by enough, i need your help and your money. >> it seems heartfelt. maybe it was the problem with -- >> sarcastic, maybe. >> i think sarcasm too. the numbers, she's losing big time in iowa. she's losing in ohio. she's losing -- she's within the
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margin in florida. pennsylvania is tightening. the direction, the momentum is all moving against her it feels like right now. >> no. i think it's just the race closing to where it was going to close after the conventions. this is going to be a two-point race. i think she, because of the electoral advantage that she has, she can lose florida and ohio and many of the swing states, in fact almost all of them, in fact, she can lose all the swing states as long as she still holds president. i think it's still an uphill battle for trump right now. clearly, he's closing. that's clear. when you look underneath in most of the swing states, she still holds the advantage because of a number of them and because she only has to win one or two of them. he has to win almost all of them. >> fundamentally, though, if 65% of voters say they think the country is on the wrong track and i think that's the number. she's running at the third team for president obama in fact the
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incumbent and he's the surge candidate, why is the momentum on his side? >> it's because it's a change election. the reason he's not putting her away, people don't like his style, his personality. that's a change they've -- man, i don't know if i can go there. in fact, a lot of people decided they're not going there. look, i think there are plenty of people who would be, i think, have an advantage, be ahead of her right now and other potential nominees. once the gop nominated trump -- >> you're saying the republicans would have been better off offering a imitation of hillary's platform rather than a distinct -- >> i think that's a good way to -- >> where is the evidence there was a groundswell of support for institutional republican -- >> m not talking about the ideology so much as the person amounts. >> right. >> that's what i'm saying.
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i think rubio -- there were candidates who could have appealed to a broader spectrum of the electric ort than trump does. >> last question. do you know anybody in washington who sincerely is thinking through what are the elections? what is the electorate trying to tell us in d.c.? what should we be learning? i haven't met anyone who is trying to think that through. >> i think a lot of people are. look everybody with a ten-point plan is on the side of the road somewhere. if you look at the republican nomination process. and so you know, are we going to hot button candidacies like bernie sanders for that matter? changing media environment moving us in that direction in the future? 2020, do you want somebody with a ten-point plan if i'm coaching or somebody hitting hot buttons. it looks like the hot button -- >> telling the truth once in a while. thanks for coming in. no better way to get o to the super bowl debates.
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we've got quick high tech headlines for you. your friends can now see the world through your eyes. that's pretty weird. snap chat releasing glasses called spectacles. they were always called that. you can record a quick video through the glasses and up load the whole thing to your snapchat app. the question is why would you want to? >> a recall for the samsung galaxy note 7. the company reports that nearly half the defective devices have
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been returned. the phones have a defective battery and burst into flame while charging. no big deal. a hammer wasn't the only thing that helped restore 13 personal phones used by secretary of state hillary clinton. spilled coffee is to blame for at least one phone rendered unavailable for the investigation. abby? >> thank you, tucker for those headlines. political pundits aren't the only ones counting down the first presidential debate. >> some of the hollywood hit are inspired by what happens on and off the campaign trail. >> a man who knows everything about films. found of nerd tiers.com. kevin mccarthy is here. >> tucker, i want you to record my phone ring tone and introduce me every time the phone rings. you're the best introducer of all-time. >> look at that out fimt. you look amazing. >> you're a different kevin mccarthy than the one in california. >> i have the full red pants object and clayton, i have
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something special for you. my captain america tie bar. >> you brought it. >> you're dressed because we're talking about the election. the debate tomorrow. you're looking back at your favorite presidential movies. >> yeah. we're going to discuss those and also my three favorite election-based movies. i know these are fun movies. i love michael douglas in this movie. great romantic film. i love the idea of someone falling in love. this is a phenomenally well-made movie. worth seeing if you haven't seen it. next is independence day. the only reason i mention this movie is because it has the best presidential speech ever in a movie in my opinion. when he does the today is our independence day. i love that movie. finally, air force one, harrison ford. this clip right here sums up why this movie is amazing. watch this. >> get off my plane!
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>> he deserves an academy award for that. what an amazing moment in cinema that is. >> that was pretty amazing. >> president on his own air force one. >> get the terrorists off the plane. >> never gets old. you're so right. i'm going to watch that today. >> me too. funny clips, you think we should be reminded snief there's so many great films with election-based ideas. these aren't presidential elections per se. the first one is napolean dynamite. pedro is running for president and napolean dynamite steps in to help him out. watch this. >> if you vote for me, all of your dreams will come true. ♪ >> if you could dance like that. >> that's footage from my
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wedding. i'll be dancing like that with my wife. i'm very excited about is that. >> i love that movie. will ferrell, we all know the idea of candidates like kissing babies, right? the movie the campaign takes a bit of a step further with will ferrell and zach galifianakis. watch this. >> excuse me. >> you don't think -- don't touch my hair. >>. >> the best part is the shlomo pacifier hitting the ground. >> and the baby's expression at the same time. >> zach galifianakis, obviously, the new funnier movie with
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hillary clinton got 30 million views in the first 24 hours. he's insane. black sheep, we all love that. chris farley one of the best physical comedians of all-time obviously. he was in a movie called black sheep and david spade's character was hired to stop chris farley from ruining his brother's election for governor. this scene says it all about why chris farley was a brilliant man. watch this. >> vote for donnelly. >> every vote counts. >> how many times he actually did that fall or if it was actually really him doing that. it's absolutely hilarious every time i watch it. >> i miss him. >> black sheep. >> brilliant might be strong.
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rugged, though, for sure. >> so funny. >> thanks, kevin. >> thanks a lot, guys. hope you have a wonderful day. i'm talk to you next week. >> congratulations on your wedding coming up. >> three weeks. >> that's amazing. you look amazing. >> thanks for being here, kevin. >> good luck in the debate tomorrow night. a fox news alert is next. looked like a terror attack when a man opened fire in a mall. they initially labeled him hispanic when they had no idea if he was or not. turns out he wasn't. a campaign filled with insults between donald trump and hillary clinton. but father john says the debate is the perfect time to change their tone. he's joining us on the couch next. is that ice-t? nope, it's lemonade. is that ice-t? lemonade. ice-t? what's with these people, man? lemonade, read the sign. lemonade. read it.
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well, we want to welcome you back. fox news alert. late last night, cops in washington arrested that suspect in the vicious mall massacre which overtook our show yesterday morning as we were following it. remember we were asking the eyewitnesses and the state trooper who was there and who was reporting on this, sort of almost as like a public service, saying that he's hispanic. that was the message coming out of the initial statement, that he was hispanic based on this mall photo by the way. >> seemed so sure. that's what we reported yesterday. i think we say did political correctness put the public in
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danger? it's something that i know you're pretty passionate about. >> he's from turkey. a hispanic turk. a new category. people make mistakes all the time especially in the heat of a tragedy like this. i am not surprised any more to know that all of the mistakes are in the same category which is this is not terror, it is nothing to do with islamic extreme itch. -- extremism. we don't know. yet the authorities are ever lest trustworthy. we're to the point where most people are not sure they believe you. you want to believe the authorities in crisis. >> then also think about the community. this is a small town. for a whole afternoon there was a manhunt for this guy. if the authorities came out right away and said he was hispanic. then everyone will be looking for a hispanic male in that community, when in fact it turns out he wasn't hispanic. >> that's a great point. >> what kind of other people were put in danger of this armed guy in the neighborhood after he
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killed five people at the mall. >> we're not going to jump to conclusions but they always jump to the same kind of conclusions which seems obvious to you is not obvious. you're wrong. >> it's a good reminder how we have to handle the situations. we have to be careful. not identifying it for what it isn't. we have other headlines, though, to get to this morning. three gunmen opened fire wounding eight people in baltimore overnight. the youngest victim a 3-year-old girl. it was a planned attack in retaliation for a deadly labor day weekend shooting. the suspects are on the run at this hour. all victims are expected to be okay. the shooting adding to the chaos in baltimore, the city saw a 63% spike in homicides last year alone. national anthem protests spreading to high school stadiums. a football team in oakland, california, staging a die and lying on the floor with their hands in the -- colin kaepernick kneeling beside them and even
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gave a speech before the game. listen. >> i have come because the same way y'all took a stand and stood with me, i had to come out here. >> mike ditka speaking out against the protests saying in an interview, quote, if they don't like the country, that he don't like our flag, get the hell out. i have no respect for colin kaepernick. wow. commander in chief to photographer in chief. president obama taking a picture of former president george w. bush and a family at the national african-american museum after several unsuccessful attempts at taking a selfie. bush asked him for help which he happily obliged. >> i love that story. >> bush not knowing how to take a selfie. >> he's like 70. >> one day before the first debate and the question is, will there be civility between hillary clinton and donald trump. i don't think that's the
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question. >> who knows? it's been all about the insults until now. >> hillary clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the united states. >> donald trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia. >> she lies. and she smears and she paints decent americans, you, as racist. >> he has no real strategy for creating jobs. just a string of empty promises. >> her decisions spread death, destruction and terrorism everywhere she touches. >> he calls himself the king of debt. his tax plan sure lives up to that name. >> frankly, if hillary clinton were a man, i don't think she'd be 5% of the vote. >> it has been ugly. joining us now to weigh in. fox news contributor and author of the way of serenity, father jonathan morris. happy to have you here.
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>> very inspiring political talk, right? >> it's been ugly. you see the clips. it has gotten nasty and personal. you say tomorrow night's debate may be the time to start changing things. you hope. >> we would like to see that. what's most disconcerting to me, we've seen a change in ethics really in this campaign. not so much in terms of what their values are, but a willingness to say whatever works. we can call it an ethic of efficacy or a pragmatism. whatever works is fine. donald trump said this very clearly. why do i insult people? because they started it. with hillary clinton, well, obviously, she has no problem saying things that simply are not true if she thinks they work. pragmatism over truth and goodness. where are the statesmen? where are the states women?
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or a possibility of i'm going to say the truth and i'm going to do it in a good way. >> i think you make a really fair point. on the other hand, when i listened to the clips and it was all uncomfortable like watching your parents argue, but there was truth in what both of them said. truth is a defense in the end, isn't it? >> there are a lot worse things we could have played. >> that's true. >> are uncomfortable precisely because they are true. >> fair enough. if we see what donald trump did to each competitor. he chose to be mean and belittle them. hillary clinton has just simply lied and lie and lie about so many things. that's where i think we have to say hillary clinton has a real problem right now and that is she lost the trust of the people to say what she's doing is true. donald trump at least we can say we get what we see even if it's not necessarily good. maybe he can pivot and maybe he can decide that i'm going the adult in the room tomorrow night. we'll see. >> i do believe that the whole
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the judeo christian ethic of hey, i'm going to do the right thing, even if it's not good for me, it's been lost in a lot of the rhetoric of this campaign trail. >> a lot of people are aching for that, want to see that change. they want to see statesmen-like on that stage. >> we don't need saints but we need people to step up and say i messed up, now i'm going to be a statesmen for you, a states woman for you. >> day of prayer. i know you will be. hillary clinton wants to bring back the death tax. >> donald trump has his own problem. a fortune 500 company. will this help or hurt either candidate? the great charles payne here to break down for us next. you owned your car
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legal help is here. 44 days until the presidential election. while hillary clinton pushes to bring back the death tax, fortune executives aren't showing their support for trump though. >> what does this mean for the candidates? here with all the answers, fox news business network and a hero to us on the set. >> charles, recent survey in the "wall street journal" found the fortune 100 ceos, let me see if i remember the numbers, oh, yeah, zero. what is going on. they're supporting a candidate thinking about picking elizabeth warren as a running mate. >> you can put them for lack of a better term, three baskets. >> back to baskets. i like it. >> the first group would be the ceos, these are large multinational companies that do
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business around the world. they're worried about a trade war. no doubt about it. most people watching the show probably watching it on a tv made out of this country and the reason they bought it because it was a good tv and low price. that's how most of the businesses want to operate as well. secondly, i think the status quo. they do very, very well under a big government where there's a lot of money sloshing around and thirdly, they know hillary clinton. they have great relationships with her. many of them, by the way, don't believe her anti-business rhetoric. they think that she would be a lot friendlier particularly to wall street than the campaign trail. >> they've gotten very rich during the obama years. >> they've gotten very rich. no one has paid -- on the upper echelon of society, no one is taking a hit. >> let's talk about the death taxes if we're not taxed enough. here's where trump stands. he says repeal the death tax. first a 10 million capital gains tax-free.
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lower business tax rate to 15%. increase inheritance tax to 65% for largest estates. two different visions here. >> two very different visions. i got to tell you, on the death tax part, the part that bothers me, not the 65% on its face or $500 million. those folks know how to get around if. it you can make $500 million. you can get around it. you can set up a foundation or whatever. >> nobody is going to pay that. >> the lower end lowered down to $3.5 million. that's a relatively successful person who opened a business at 20 years old, hauling trash and by the time they died, they have 15 trucks in four states. it's your typical american success story. from ration to riches that's not -- that won't have the ability to pass it on to their heirs. it's also your farmers. it's new wealth that i'm concerned about that won't be able to generate long-term sustained wealth for future
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generations. if you're already extraordinarily wealthy, fine. if you're just not ramping it up and getting a piece of that american pie on the upper echelon, you're being punished for it, not rewarded. >> what about the criticism against trump's plan. his point about the 35 down to 15%, how do you see that shaping up? >> that's a business item. honestly, if i was in the trump campaign, the small business at 15%. large businesses at 25%. so we have less on the deficit side. i don't like the higher deficits. i want to see debt come down. on the income tax side, hillary clinton will argue that hey, donald trump is offering successful businesses a lower tax rate than the average middle class family. ultimately, with the donald trump plan, it's about reigniting what i call and some call the animal spirits of our society. if i get a -- if i make a check and i get to keep substantially more of it, i'm going to spend it and put it to work. i'm not going to be afraid to
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put it in a coffee can somewhere and it doesn't circulate in the economy. >> or give it to a good cause. >> sometimes that good cause is putting my kids through college. so there's a big difference between the economy we have right now where they try to make -- give the illusion of success. and they want what they call the virtues cycle. we believe we're doing well and then don't spend the money. how about we spend the money we earn. that's a pretty good concept. >> donald trump is the candidate of animal spirit that's a good campaign. >> thank you. >> charles on the fox news network. >> thanks, guys. >> bill maher agrees with donald trump on one thing. how to stop terrorism. >> he said we should do it the way israel does. every once in a while he says
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anybody who supports me an not thinks donald trump in any way shape or form reflects the view i have. >> that was bernie sanders urging supporters to not cast their ballot for donald trump. >> can trump change their minds during tomorrow night's debate? the former director of justice
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and media for bernie sanders. good to see you. >> good morning. >> a lot of bernie people, if you ask them to isolate an issue, it was trade. on trade trump and sanders aren't that far apart. why couldn't he make a sale on that point? >> it was trade and also political corruption, having a rigged system. bernie sanders has been begging for votes and to be quite honest he can play the james brown song with ice cream and cherry on top, those who supported bernie sanders and joined his campaign are believers in a rigged system and trade issues and really want to see someone stand up to the rigged system. unfortunately bernie sanders has joined in the system, whatever his reasons were, i don't think it's going to be enough to convince bernie sanders supporters. when they said never hillary, they believe it. i don't know means they'll support donald trump, but i can say a lot of the supporters will
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be sitting home over -- on the election just simply will not buy into hillary clinton's lies. so what donald trump has to do, compare his record and show they have a common ground there with trade and as well as a rigged system and political corruption. if he does that, i think some people will move on the other side. >> if they don't show up for hillary, that's bad news for her, you need everyone you can get within your own party. you look at recent polling here and who would you rather have as democratic nominee, 52% for clinton and 43 for sanders, it was up 56% for clinton. what has happened in the last few weeks where that support has dropped for her? >> well, what has happened it's clearly showing that hillary clinton is failing. it's not even -- it's sad we have to reintroduce herself even though she's been in politics for 30 plus years. that shows a sign of weakness on her campaign, not doing the outreach that's necessary to bernie sanders supporters and
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having reached out to the bernie staff, a lot of staff having got them involved. really trying to coral in those numbers. i think what hillary clinton has done taken for granted that democrats will come together, not understanding the ideology on why people supported bernie sanders in the first place. i'm a capitalist not a socialist and i supported him. we believed in his message of breaking up a rigged system. i don't know what she's going to do bring it together in the last few weeks but she's certainly in trouble. >> if you join the sanders campaign to fight the power, i don't know why you would vote for hillary clinton. great point. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> donald trump and hillary clinton have been been on a debate stage before. watch. >> this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> i do not believe a vote in 2002 is a plan to defeat isis in
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>> and i'll tell you, you probably are worse than jeb bush. >> this guy is a liar. don't worry about it little marco. >> which trump do you want to see? your e-mails are pouring in on this one. ♪ >> waking you up this morning, the cars. >> the beautiful debate stage is all happening. tomorrow night we are here, the first general election debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> we were talking about the podiums because we know they were able to adjust the podiums to the size. hillary clinton is not going to stand on a stool -- donald trump is like 6'2".
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>> i'm 6'1", he towers over me. >> she's adjusting the podium. >> they are standing on sixth avenue with signs. >> there they are, hillary clinton and donald trump, we heard one honk. >> who are they honking for? >> the problem is they are too close together. >> one needs to go on the other side of the street i think. >> they are honking get out of the street, get out of the street. >> they are characters for hire, llc. >> that's where i work, characters for hire. >> your side job. >> donald trump is in full warm-up mode. >> the race is a virtual tie. >> neck in neck. >> outside trump tower in new york with a preview of the battle. john, good morning good to ssee.
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>> reporter: donald trump should be in a good mood today and tomorrow because nationally the race is tightening even further. "washington post" poll finds hillary clinton has a two-point edge among likely voters, that number 46 to 44. registered voters, it's a dead heat at 41-41. of course, these national polls give us a snapshot of what the country is feeling at any point in time but the race is won on the battleground. while donald trump leads in some of them, including ohio, maybe a slight lead in florida, hillary clinton has a lock on the state of pennsylvania which is a must win state for donald trump. he's doing debate prep but on the campaign trail yesterday in the battleground state of virginia. big rally in roanoke, he was paying tribute to the opening of the new smithsonian
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african-american museum, if elected president he will do whatever he can to revitalize the inner cities. >> i want to go into our neglected neighborhoods, the failing schools and forgotten stretches of this nation and unlock their potential for all of our people. i've made a living for years looking at unused spaces and imagining what they could be. it's been a great living. politicians look at blited neighborhoods and offer only excuses. i look at the same neighborhoods and offer solutions. >> one of donald trump's first order after breakfast, he'll meet with netanyahu, concerned that president obama on the way out may initiate some action to impose a settlement upon israel. he'll also meet with hillary
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clinton, to not allow the united nations to do that. i know you've been obsessed with this and awesome in so many ways, but here's where we are with gennifer flowers. trump insider told me just moments ago, hillary clinton claims to be running a policy issues based campaign but clearly she is obsessed with donald trump and can't get inside his head with mark cuban or anyone else, saying cuban will sit front row at the debate. although there are plenty to choose from, we won't have any special guests to highlight her many failures and scandals but we're happy to have ms. flowers' vote. >> probably a wise mov it would have been hilarious. >> what is this all about, john bursting our bubble. >> it started with a tweet yesterday when donald trump knows mark cuban will be sitting there and slammed him to release your tax returns, not a real
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billionaire, let's see what you are, put your money where your mouth is. he fired back, you're going to bring mark cuban, i'm going to bring gennifer flowers to stare at hillary clinton. >> she agreed saying ilg be there. what's interesting about gennifer flowers, she has been outspoken about hillary clinton, saying that hillary clinton that's enabled her husband all of these years. we have a clip of that. let's play it. >> you know, people criticize me for talking about her because i had an affair with her husband. i don't blame them for that. i understand that. i understand that they can be mad at me. i get it, i accept my responsibility. but she's never accepted her responsibility in being an enabler. she's been an enabler that has encouraged him then to go out and do whatever he does. our stories should come back up with the circumstances going -- with hillary running. it should come back to the
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forefront again. >> in my view, nobody wants to talk about other people's sex lives or failures in their marriages or whatever. it's not about that. it's about the way that hillary clinton has treated other people and specifically other women when they've challenged her family's ascent to political power. here's her take on gennifer flowers from "60 minutes" during the '92 campaign. >> if somebody is willing to pay you 130 or $170,000 to say something and you get your 15 minutes of fame and get your picture on the front page of every newspaper and you're some failed caberet singer who doesn't even have much of a resume to fall back on and she's lied about, it's the daughter of willy horton as far as i'm concerned, an attempt to keep the real issues. >> she's looks different from there. >> that was when she was from the south, before new york and
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washington and davos. she's savaging this woman in the most snobish way, she's from the trailer park who was telling the truth. they later admitted -- >> like a 15-year affair. >> same thing to all of these other women, whow can you be a feminist. >> from the trump campaign, we don't have special guest invitations out for gennifer flowers -- >> it doesn't mean she still might go though. >> can you imagine her staring at hillary clinton on the podium. >> i want to get pieces of tape from all of hillary's different accents, tlfhere was the one wi the african-american thing and southern thing -- i'm not joking. can we do this next week? >> she does change her accent an awful lot. >> it's unbelievable. >> it's all hands on deck for the debate preps right now.
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both candidates are aware there's a debate and working hard to win. >> fox news senior political correspondent is live in westchester county new york, near hillary's hope with how she is preparing. what is she doing? >> reporter: good morning to you, it's expected to be another big day of debate preparation ahead of hillary clinton and donald trump squaring off on the debate stage at hofstra. clinton's motorcade is on the move, doing preparations in the westchester area and a lot of work at her chap pa qua home. one democrat familiar with the debate preparations described him as doing his verbal combat in a very high level. clinton has plenty of experience debating after defeating against bernie sanders and martin o'malley and senator obama in 2008. her aides warned against holding
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her to a higher standard than trump and pushed the media to fact check trump. there's been concern from her campaign about sexist treatment, something she joked about in a recent comedy appearance. >> have you thought what you'll be wearing? >> there's a thing called the double standard. >> on a more serious note, clinton is expected to meet with israeli prime minister netanyahu later today in new york. another high profile meeting with a world leader as she tries to audition to be our next president. >> mike, thanks. >> the chapaqua lawn. >> she just bought another home. >> you need a couple of them. what do you think, little marco and going off jeb bush for low energy or the refined donald electr from the past two weeks. >> how about we just let donald
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be donald. the mainstream media has been wrong about his candidacy from day one. >> that's true by the way. >> softer approach, exclamation point, she's not expecting that. he needs to stay calm and relaxed. >> i think he'll be very presidential and strong. we all know she'll try to bait him and i don't think he will take the bait. >> i know the answer, he'll be very much like donald trump. >> that's true. >> you never know what he's going to say. >> we have other headlines starting with a fox news alert, a desperate manhunt is over and suspected killer is in custody. arcan cetin, taken in his town in oak harbor where the shooting happened. he is an immigrant from turkey despite initially being identified as hispanic by
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authorities. there are reports he may have been mentally ill with assault and drunk driving and terrorism not being ruled out as a motive. >> police have just released a body and dash cam footage giving new insight into how it unfold. the videos are graphic. officers attempting to smash a window and he gets out walking backwards and officers ordering scott to drop a gun before opening fire. [ gunshots ] >> police also releasing these pictures from the scene showing a hand gun and marijuana blunt. his wife still insisting he had a book on him, not a gun. >> here's someone taking one for
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the team. >> whoa -- >> that is auburn photographer ashley ward getting hit in the face by a kickoff, she was trying to catch it but that didn't work out. despite the embarrass. she had a good time after the game tweeting i'm okay. what a good sport. >> sorry. >> she had a camera, trying to get a shot of that. we're showing you a brand-new poll and we'll analyze the numbers and what they mean and we'll have chris wall ace on th show. ted cruz speaking about endorsing donald trump and apologized for the insults he slew during the primaries. and we've got some hillary clinton and donald trump impersonators on the street seeing if people will honk for them. >> hear them honking.
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poll that shows interesting data about what sorts of things are sticking to hillary clinton's campaign and donald trump's campaign. what do you make of it? >> the race is getting closer. what was particularly interesting is that poll that you just showed had the two third party candidates and third and fourth party candidates down much lower than they had been in previous polls. that may be because the debate commission has announced they are not going to be appearing on monday night. their credibility is also beginning to shrink. but it seems like it's going evenly to both of them. there have been thoughts that clinton was being hurt more than trump but they both seem to be picking up. the fact that clinton is only at 46% and that trump is now up at 44, shows that this debate is really going to be a big deal tomorrow night or could be a big deal because they are both well short of 50% and very close and we're also seeing it in the swing states, this could be a big effect on the race. >> it's so striking to me, it runs counter to conventional
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wisdom. trump appears to be doing a little better among san francisco voters and hispanic voters than mitt romney did. he seems to be improving a little bit. i haven't heard anybody mention that yet. do you think the polls are right? >> how do we know? you can't really know. the polls i'm seeing, at least with hispanics, obama beat rommy by 44 points and i feel like it's -- it's about that -- i didn't look it the internals in the latest one, what does that have as the margin? >> the latest bloomberg round up has him overperforming romney by 6 points among hispanics. >> that would be interesting. there's no question that people want change and it's one of the things you see across all racial groups and income groups, they are fed up with the status quo. the question is, is trump
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changed that you can trust and rely on or is it too risky? >> that's going to be one of the key issues in the debate. trump will be trying to reassure people i'm changed but you can depend on me as commander in chief and clinton is going to be saying, of course i've been around for 25 years but i'm reliable change. he's risky change. >> fox news sunday is coming up today. you've got mike pence on. what are you going to ask him? >> we'll be talking about the polls. i want to ask about the strategy and about the reaction to the release of these videos in north carolina. that's going to be a big issue and we're going to be talking to joel ben enson, the chief strategist for the clinton campaign. we want to talk to him about this tightening race and what clinton needs to achieve both in a positive sense for herself and trying to contrast with trump. >> we'll be watching. >> moderating his own debate. >> can't wait for that.
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>> five nights of protest in charlotte after a deadly police shooting is left to blame for fueling the unrest. is it --
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welcome back. ted cruz finally bit the bullet and endorsed donald trump but he says the decision was agonizing. listen. >> i'm not the only voter in the state or country who has ago niesed what's the right thing to do in this election. >> the texas senator said he decided to keep his promise and support the republican nominee no matter who it was. the "new york times" editorial board has endorsed hillary clinton. the newspaper says that the two candidates don't even compare
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writing, our choice, hillary clinton has a record of service and pragmatic ideas and donald trump discloses nothing concrete about himself and his plans and promising the moon and offering the stars on layaway. clayton, over to you. >> fox news alert. despite the rea lease of the body cam, the protests continue now. some are asking if the left's rhetoric, focusing on what divides a nation, encourages demonstrations. author of hillary's america joins us now to discuss. danesh, donald trump is suggesting that hillary is partly to claim, that cops are a racist force in the united states. is he right or wrong? >> i think he's right, all of these situations have a lot of facts on the ground that become obscured when you have
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demonstrators who are relying on limited information in the -- in one of the shooters, the cop was a female. now there's a lot of research to show that females are much more reluctant than males in general to use force. in the north carolina case, the shooter was african-american as was the victim. and so we have to -- on the one hand we have to sympathize with young african-americans who feel a fear of cops living in the inner city. on the other hand, we have to identify with the unimaginable difficulty of being a cop in that difficult environment where your life is constantly at a trigger's edge. >> president obama was responding to what happened in charlotte and tulsa at the museum reception, the african-american history museum in washington. he had this to say. we'll get your response. >> my hope is that as people are
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seeing what's happened in tulsa or charlotte, may step back and say, i understand. i sympathize. i empathize. i can see why folks might feel angry and i want to be part of the solution as opposed to resisting change. >> part of the solution. the criticism on the left has been that they focus -- you have al sharpton showing up or jesse jackson coming in and focusing on what divides us. was the president -- were you surprised by the president's response there? >> well, there's a profound one-sidedness, he wants to emphasize in this case with the -- he wants to emphasize with the conditions in the inner cities but there's an empathy that needs to be extended to the police. the police are being thrown in an impossible situation. these are unliveable neighborhoods and neighborhoods created by the democrats and run
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by the democrats, life is very difficult in those places. and it's very difficult to be a cop in those environments. so this understanding has to be a two-way street. you get the sense with obama he's talking with one eye closed. >> we'll hear more about this tonight at the debate. what do you expect to hear from donald trump on this tomorrow night? >> i think trump needs to expose -- the liberals often talk about looking at the root causes of these social problems. and i think the root causes of these social problems is that you've got these dill lap dated neighborhoods, there's no opportunity and everybody gets a meager living but nobody gets a good education or gets ahead. this is actually the fruits of democratic policies over a generation. trump needs to lay the blame at the foot of the democratic party. >> dinesh, always good to see you, for more, visit hillary's americathemovie.com. >> coming up, hillary clinton
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♪ ♪ taking care of business >> there's your shot of the morning. hillary clinton hitting times square this among. donald trump was out there earlier. we're trying to see who's honking. she's getting a lot of honks. >> they are right outside our studio on sixth avenue. we sent hillary down to times square. i think donald trump is taking a quick break in the green room. >> let's listen, i hear crickets, i don't hear honks. do you hear any -- [ honking ] >> did hear one. >> getting hyped up for the big debate. >> let's separate them. let's check in with them later. >> only one honk though. >> i honk for tucker. stand by.
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>> this is hillary raised $11 million in times square this morning. the hillary campaign released a brand-new ad with a new strategy to demolish trump. watch this. >> an abc news investigation has found his real estate fortunes have benefited greatly from russian investors putting a get tough u.s. policy with russia in direct conflict with his bottom line. >> that's one more reason why we're not seeing the tax returns because he's deeply involved with russian ol garkky. >> what could the tax returns tell us? a lot. >> the chairman of the national security advisory committee for the trump campaign and the senator from alabama, jeff sessions joins us this morning. senator, good to see you. >> good to be with you, tucker. >> russia has been at the center of this campaign on both sides. donald trul p has continued to bring up and defend vladimir putin and hillary people have done their best to convince the
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country that's the main reason not to vote for him. why is russia at the center of this campaign? i don't think it's in the top 100 concerns for most voters. >> russia, the reset that hillary clinton organized and developed has gone bad. the relationship with russia has gotten worse as time has gone by. this is a cycle of hostility between the united states and russia that's very dangerous to the world and unhealthy. i think donald trump is correct to say we need -- we have no strategic reason to have this level of hostility with russia. but if we can make an attempt, somebody that knows how to negotiate, can find out if there's a possibility of reaching a more harmonious relationship, not going to be a perfect one, but we've got to be on guard and donald trump knows it and has said you have to be able to walk away if russia is not serious. >> most people would agree with you, i don't think most
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americans see russia as the primary threat we face long term, yet in washington, putin -- a pretty poor country is seen as the greatest threat to america. why do people in washington so fear vladimir putin? >> i do think the obama administration rushed out to russia and for various reasons that fell apart. they are now angry and they are not able to create a new relationship, but for the future of the world, for peace in the world and nuclear peace, we need a better relationship with russia than we have and i'm a coal warrior, i've stood up to the soviets in every way i could to say that i would say that there is a possibility we could do better. we need to work at it, absolutely and donald trump is willing to do that. i think they are trying to attack him to show that somehow that's not a wise thing to do. i think it is possible and should be attempted.
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we'll have to see how it plays out. >> your colleague, ted cruz, endorsed donald trump yesterday and this was really a body blow to the never trump people. here's what glenn beck, great supporter of ted cruz wrote yesterday. profoundly sad day, disappointment does not gibegino describe. maybe it's time to go to the mountains for a while. do you think this is the beginning of a bunch of endorsements from republicans in the senate of donald trump? >> i think we'll see more people do that. the classical idea among conservatives, you should vote for the most conservative candidate that's electable. that's the william buckley idea. now we have two candidates and that's donald trump and hillary clinton and it's monumental between them, judges, more taxes or less taxes, more regulations or less regulations, more government or less government, effective attacks and
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destruction of isis, those kind of things donald trump can get done, will get done and hillary clinton is on the other side. she also -- i've got to tell you, her immigration policies are absolutely radical. they are to the left of barack obama's and it's really dangerous. she wants to add 10,000 syrian refugees this year to 65,000 next year. that is a radical number, no way they can be vetted, no way we can assure that they are not involved in these kind of terrorist attacks we're seeing too many of. >> her campaign indicated that everyone in the world who wants to come to the u.s. has the right to do that. trump listens to you. what are you telling him ahead of tomorrow night's debate. >> he's going to be himself. i've got to tell you that. he listens -- i think he's thinking about these issues, he's been thinking about them for a long time and he's a smart
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man and knows what he's doing and i think he'll be himself first and foremost and i think he'll be very effective. but hillary clinton is a smooth debater. she's a lawyer and been involved and learning how to spin these issues and say them just right so it doesn't have any political correctness impact. and so i think it will be an interesting debate. the american people will want to tune in in large numbers. >> a lot of them because they believe and i think they are right that hillary clinton will try to gode donald trump into exploding. i assume he's prepared for that? >> i assume so. i think he's proven that he can talk about issues. he's been doing that day after day after day in detail as he's traveled the country, listening to the people, talking directly to the american people, while i suppose she's been resting up and plotting this debate. but somebody needs to be listening to the american people. somebody needs to be concerned
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about their jobses and wages and the national security, crime and disorder in this country. we need prosperity and growth, not more of the same. and that's what this election is going to turn on. donald trump is a man who achieves results and wants to move forward and accomplish things, not just talk about them. >> senator jeff sessions one of the key advisers, thanks for coming on. >> thank you. >> abby huntsman. >> three gunman open fire wounding people in baltimore overnight, the youngest victim a 3-year-old girl. they say it was a planned attack in retaliation for a deadly labor day weekend shooting. the suspects are on the run at this hour, all victims are expected to be okay. the shooting adding to the chaos in baltimore. the city saw a 63% spike in homicides last year alone. >> a black lives matter group disrespecting american history.
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>> [ bleep ]. >> you are watching protesters storming over police barriers outside the iconic andrew jackson monument in new orleans historical district demanding that it come down. several protesters were arrested on the spot. others threw balloons filled with red paint at police on horses. donald trump and liberal tv host bill maher finding common ground, agreeing that police should profile. >> we should do it the way israel does. every once in a while donald trump says something right. we profile already, we just do it stupidly. all police work is profiling. discrimination does not mean prejudice. >> ma her went on to say if screeners were paid more they would do a better job. you never know. >>wom donald trump and hillary clinton have been on a debate
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stage before. >> this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a liar. >> i do not believe a vote in 2002 is a plan to defeat isis in >> the candidates can learn from their past performances. that's next. you know him and you love him from duck dynasty, doug robertson is joining us next. ♪ jennifer martinez just gave herself a raise. $253 a month to be exact. by refinancing her mortgage, jennifer was able to put all that extra money back into her home-based business. month after month. helping her pursue her passion and do what she was destined to do... like a boss. buy in. quicken loans.
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history. what else can hillary clinton and donald trump learn from past debates. scott jennings, a former special assistant to george w. bush and also involved in debate prep for senate congressional and gubernatorial candidates. let's start with donald trump. do you say he should double down on what he believes in. let's play a bit of that. >> if you don't get an actual check from the mexican government for 8 or 10 or $12 billion whatever it will cost. how will you make them pay for the wall? >> it will and the wall just got 10 feet taller, believe me. >> he's no doubt going to be asked that immigration tomorrow night. >> no doubt about it. the thing about this election right now, people know why he's running and nobody knows why hillary clinton is running. she seems to be running for political reasons. sticking to your policy guns on why i'm in this race is a smart
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move. she's grasping and groping for a reason to be right now and for him to go away from his core message would be a mistake. >> to hone in on what he's been saying all along. what he shouldn't do, name calling and insulting. we have some of that. let's play it. >> never attack him on his look and there's plenty of subject matter right now. with jeb's attitude we'll never be great again. >> i'll tell you, liar, you are probably worse than jeb bush. >> this guy is a choke artist and this guy is a lee ar. >> to needle him enough where he does that. >> he needs to not take the bait. this no holds barred feel will not work in the general election setting. he needs to stay away from taunts and insults. some folks are waiting to see to get comfortable with the idea of him being president, rise above the taunts and look the part. that's what the task is on monday.
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>> he has to learn something from her past debates, she can lose her cool as well. watch. >> i do not believe a vote in 2002 is a plan to defeat isis in 2016. it's very important we focus on the threats we face today. >> this topic will come up for sure. she voted for the iraq war, donald trul p even those there's evidence to contrary, claims he opposed it from the beginning. a lot of folks cringed on this topic but in the general election if he stays with the message at the debate stage he'll go after her on this point. she has to have a great answer for it but not dwet defensive about it and get overwhelmed by it. he's clearly doubling down on his belief he was against it from the beginning. she'll have to handle it. i'll bet it comes up in every debate. >> it will be a big part of tomorrow night's debate. you look at polling in terrorism, an area he appears to do better than hillary clinton on. she needs to be careful when describing terrorism.
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let's play a bit of that. >> i think that you can talk about islamists who clearly are also jihadists but i think it's -- it's not particularly helpful to make the case. we are at war with violent extremism. we are at war with people who use their religion for purposes of power and oppression and yes, we are at war with those people but i don't want us to be painting with too broad a brush. >> she has to be careful here. >> if she loses one of the reasons will be the failure during the obama administration to describe it for what it is, radical islamic terrorism. people know what we're up against that. a failure to describe it for what it is, if she loses, i think you could point to that as one of the main reasons. she's got to avoid that and speak plainly to the american people. >> you are the expert. good to have you here this morning. we'll be watching tomorrow night. scott jennings, thanks so much. >> we have a jam packed final
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eyes, coming around the corner. that was because my eyes are crazy good. >> he's already brought his brand of humor and wisdom to one new york times best seller and brand-new book out, called sirenity. >> with a .28 gauge, really impressive. great to see you. >> new book out. >> i love that you have on the cover you have that blue cup. what's in the blue cup? you brought it with you here. >> i love that. >> today it's water. i can't -- commercially you can't bring any liquids so i had to leave my iced tea -- >> sweet tea. >> unsweetened. always when i get here, go through the big deal with the shelf downstairs, you need to brew me a pot of tea and put it in a gallon jug and send it up. we don't have a gallon jug.
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resistant. >> plus, when you're young, if you -- i had an uncle, him and his brother went into business wild cat and one out in the oil field. they were just country boys and didn't know how to handle it. it literally ruined his life and eventually killed him. >> we were asking you earlier during a commercial break your thoughts on the election. you've got your own thoughts and keep them totally quiet. >> no -- >> your family is divided. >> i can give you -- i'm going to vote for god as president. >> god as president. >> let me tell you why i'm doing that. number one, it's impossible for him to lie. number two, he's going to do what's right because he loves this united states of america and number three, that's the truth. because he was with us from the founding of this nation. >> amen. >> anybody who would be against that -- >> here's the thing, vet your candidate against the standard. that's the standard.
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good morning, it is sunday, september 25th, 2016. i'm abbyhuntsman. donald trump and hillary clinton getting their final prep in today. we're live in front of trump tower, the latest from the campaign trail just moments away. >> brand-new polls this morning show hillary clinton falling behind again. she's now locked in a dead heat with donald trump, he may be up a little bit. we haven't been able to reach her from reaction but we imagine she might look something like this. >> having said all of this, why aren't i 50 points ahead you might ask? >> that's a great question. new numbers scare the clinton campaign and they are getting a bit nervous.
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we'll talk about it with newt gingrich coming up. >> more breaking news this morning, we'll been tracking this, kim kardashian, trump or hillary, maybe gary johnson, she'll sign. we've got the answer straight ahead. live team coverage on this issue. they are talking to me right in my ear. ♪ ♪ the final countdown >> there it is, the stage is set for tomorrow night between hillary clinton and donald trump. >> that's hofstra university, a live look at the two different podiums, we'll see that tomorrow night not from new york city. hofstra university.
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meanwhile, tucker, over in times square, we have donald trump out there campaigning for honks this morning. people are honking for him. earlier we saw hillary clinton out there. she was holding the sign up to see who would honk. >> not a lot of honks though. >> fund raising -- >> they were originally out on fifth avenue outside our studios and fighting each other. we had to separate them. >> we've got to be honest, they are not the actual candidates, characters for hire llc. >> they are good sports. >> that's it, i'm done. >> if you want to hear -- >> i thought they were real. >> if you want to hire hillary or trump or ang la merkel, give them a call. >> we have a jam packed hour for you and maria bartiromo. >> warm-up mode for the biggest performance ever tomorrow night. >> this as brand-new polls show
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the race virtually tied. >> senior national correspondent is outside trump tower. john, nice to see you this morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. last hour ab, there's been a lof talk in the last 24 hours between the clinton campaign and trump campaign and mark cuban tweeting he was going to be front row at hofstra which prompted donald trump to say maybe i'll put gennifer flowers the front row. hillary clinton claims to be rupping policy issues based campaign but clearly she is obsessed with donald trump and ket get in his head with mark cuban or anyone else xs. we won't have special guests to highlight her scandals and failures but we're happy to have ms. flowers' vote.
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>> abc news, "washington post" poll, finds hillary clinton now with just a two-point lead nationally, 46-44 among likely voters, well within the margin of error. when you broad p it out, it evens up at 41 apiece. donald trump will be engaged in debate prep today and also yesterday with a big rally in roanoke at which he reached out to women voters on the issue of security. here's trump. >> women also by the way value security. they want a commander in chief that will defeat radical islamic terrorism. we want to stop the massive inflow of refugees and protect our borders. and we want to reduce the rising crime and violence in our cities. >> donald trump will be talking about security and terrorism
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about an hour from now when israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu visits. and as well, of course you've got the big wall that goes along israel and donald trump wants to build one on our southern borders. maybe they will kmis rate on contracting. >> and masonry. >> let's bring in the co-host of the five and brand-new show "i'll tell you what" which started out as a podcast and now -- >> i love -- >> and author of let me tell you about jasper. >> one month from today october 25th. >> i love listening to people say "i'll tell you what." yesterday i was on the charlie rose panel and leslie stall said
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i'll tell you what. that's how she would say it. >> i wish jasper -- >> we'll bring him one day. >> we've got brand-new polls we want your take on. you have an interesting take on these. first off is the "washington post"/abc poll which has clinton -- virtually dead heat now with donald trump, 46-44. then here in a two-way race, 41% to 41% right now. that's quite a shift from august. >> right, hillary clinton had a great august, mostly because she was out of the news. then we come back to september and donald trump has continued his campaign leadership and different kind of candidate in september. that benefits him and she's back in the news and not in a good way. you had the e-mail scandal come up again and again and health concern issue. you're in a dead heat but also in the first poll you showed, when johnson and stein are figured in, then johnson's numbers are up 5%. that's gone way down, some of
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the antics of late and feeling like he's not taking it very seriously -- >> why would you say that? >> i think the millennials, they don't like anybody. largest generation just wrote a column about this, how to not win the millennial vote. they are having a tough time figuring it out. as i get closer to election day, people who would vote for a third party changed their mind and don't want to waste their vote. it makes tomorrow night's debate so important. >> you talked about undecideds in the past before you say they could be the deciders of this election. where are they going to go and how important is tomorrow's debate in figuring out how -- >> those national polls are interesting but the state polls are also very important. donald trump is doing better in three key states. ohio and nevada and new hampshire. interestingly, the senate candidates on the republican side have all done better in 11 of the 12 battle grounds and up
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about 4 points apiece. got that from bruce melman in washington, d.c., your home city you love so much. >> yes, i do. >> so the senate candidates are doing better and trump is doing better. everything leads to the republicans looking like they'll be winners. undecided tomorrow night -- i don't have allegiance -- don't appeal to me, either of these, can they get comfortable with one of them? >> we didn't expect in washington anyway, republican senate candidates to do as well. >> they are doing much better. >> a new bloomberg roundup of polling on hispanic support which shows trump outperforming romney's final number by six points. he's not going to win a huge number but way better than anybody i ever met expected him to do. does that shake your faith in the conventional view of what's happening. >> he's a nonestablishment type
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republican, perhaps that helps. i'm not sure. rnc has been working for four years to try to register hispanic voters in very key states, mostly in florida. that's the other place that trump is doing better, florida. but colorado, nevada, very important states. the rnc should get some credit here. here's the thing though, mitt romney's number with hispanics was so bad -- it has to be -- he should have done 15 points better than he did. >> i believe -- said to me the other date, the only hispanic voters for trump are those who haven't seen the translation yet. that's what the guy said to me. >> well, that's -- >> enemy in politics is wishful thinking. >> i want your take on the wall street journal poll. your take on it is fascinating. you say conventional wisdom turned on his head. you thought the deplorable
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comments would hurt hillary clinton. it didn't. >> she said that horrible thing that half of donald trump's supporters racist and everything and the trump campaign ran with it and people that support trum changed their name to deplorable whoever. and the poll comes out on the podcast said if i were donald trump i would dont that because it could stick to him. the poll shows it did. the health concern, i thought it was a disaster for hillary clinton, they kind of handled it well at the end, doesn't matter at all. what does stick to hillary clinton like gorilla glue is the e-mail scandal. >> that won't go away. interesting on hillary's health, people are surprised, donald trul p was respectful through the whole period of time and makes you wonder how he'll be on debate stage tomorrow night. let's look back. >> i never attacked him on his looks and believe me, there's
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plenty of subject matter right there. that i can tell you. >> am i talking or are you talking? >> i'm talking right now. >> you can go back. you're not talking. >> you're trying to build up your energy, it's not working. >> don't worry about it little marco, i will. >> don't worry about it little marco. you're the liar. you're the lying guy. you're the one. >> release the -- >> what are you hiding? >> excuse me, i've given my answer ted. >> look at those hands are they small hands and referred to my hands, something else must be small. i guarantee you there's no problem. i guarantee you -- >> okay -- >> i'm not laughing but you're cracking up. >> i know, i am. >> it's the appeal right, i never liked the insults, it bothers me so much and bothered
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me since i was a kid. i can't stand it. i hated all of it but he won the primary. what does he do tomorrow night? >> i don't think so, i don't think he does. basically the republican primary was his world wrestling entertainment stage and he won. and but the presidential election is different. i think tomorrow night what i hope is that you see this deeper understanding of the awesome responsibility it is to be commander in chief for united states of america. that would serve him well, i think. then again, maybe i'm wrong because people are cracking up because it's like outrageous and kind of funny. >> and entertaining to watch. >> and i think dehumanizing people in politics is very unfortunate and probably the reason people don't like either one of them. >> i agree with that. >> you have to tell us about your new show, started out as a podcast, during i think the dnc -- rnc. >> about a year ago -- we did a labor day fox news radio special
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about the primary season then these two young people said can you do this as a podcast. we said yes, we didn't even name it for a long time because i felt it was a farm animal, if you name it, you can't eat it. and now we have a podcast turned into a temporary tv show i'm so excited. we'll be live at hofstra tonight, we have the news quiz, a multiple choice news quiz. you can't study for it. >> he's pretty brilliant -- >> chris remembers everything. hopefully he's on a plane and not listening to me. he's going to do a data guy about what to look for in the polling after the first debate. for example, mitt romney was six points up after the first debate. george w. bush was down after the first debate, that was not determine tif. >> very interesting. >> 5:00 tonight, don't miss it. >> thanks for being here.
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>> thank you. >> we've seen debate moderators play favorites before. >> took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi an act of terror. >> he did in fact -- >> could media bias play a role in the debate. howie kurtz is here to tell us. stay tuned. gets flooded with calls. so many things can go wrong. it's my worst nightmare. every second that power is out, my city's at risk. siemens digital grid manages and reroutes power, so service can be restored within seconds. priority number one is keeping those lights on. it takes ingenuity to defeat the monsters that live in the dark. i've bfrom nature's bounty to support my heart. i'm running, four times a week. eating better, keeping healthy. so that no matter what happens in the future, my "future self" will thank me. thank you! you're welcome! hey listen. whatever you do, don't marry dan!
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including worsening of symptoms. serious allergic reactions can occur. now's your chance at completely clear skin. just ask your doctor about taltz. when you see bias on the part of the press on display at the trump/clinton debate, sometimes the moderators do play favorites. here's a look back at media bias moments. howard kurtz host of "media buzz" and let's start with mitt romney and the famous moment with candy crowley and get your thoughts. >> took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi an act of terror. >> get the transcript. >> he did in fact, sir. let me call it an act -- >> can you say that a little louder, candy?
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sfwl. >> he did call it an act of terror. >> are we going to see more of that? >> it was certainly in dispute, tucker, about what president obama meant when he first talked about benghazi. this blunder, we're still talking about it four years later, why the moderators have to be extraordinarily careful, starting with lester holt tomorrow night to the to debate the candidates themselves and follow up when necessary but they can't be the story. if you have a story coming out of this thing, you're in trouble. >> it seems like we're living in a world no matter what they ask or how they ask it, you'll have one side or the other saying there was a case of bias. you can't win as a moderator it seems like. >> that's true, it's a hyper partisan at atmosphere. donald trump told me all moderators will be unfair because he said they wanted to avoid the criticism that matt lauer got when he had the forum
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and critics said he was tougher on hillary and easier on trump. they all have thick skins and they will get hammered no matter what. >> i'll bet lester holt will be good. this is carol simpson going after george w. bush in the debates. >> how can we create high paying jobs with the education system we have and what would you do to change it? >> well the education president, would you like to begin? >> i'd be delighted to. in honor -- >> i thought he responded -- i'd be honored to. >> i remember watching that and go, who that was pretty snarky. the other things moderators have to do, even with tone of voice, does not telegraph what feelings they might have. the whole thing about fact checking and the reason that's become such a movement in the mainstream media, a lot of
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journalists think donald trump says a lot of outrageous things and lies and exaggerations. whoever moderates these debates has to get in his face. it's a totally one sided view driven by the phenomenon that is donald trump. >> we need to stop trump and if we don't we're failing in our job as journalists. >> we need to resign from the human race. >> absolutely. >> thanks, howard. >> speaking of debating the moderators, there's nobody better than newt gingrich. >> i'm appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that. >> remember that moment? should trump do the same tomorrow night? we're going to ask newt gingrich up next.
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welcome back. let's get to a fox news alert and it's shocking for the baseball world. moments ago we learned from police in miami florida, that marlins pitcher jose fernandez was killed, one of three killed in a boating accident early this morning. early sunday morning before sun up on a boat, crashing into the rocks on miami beach. fernandez was 24 years old and in the third year of playing major league baseball. the marlins have canceled their game and scheduled to issue a statement at 10:30. the marlins will hold a press conference at 10:30 this morning. jo jose fernandez killed in a boating accident. >> that's awful. >> sad story. >> heartbreaking. >> an explosive debate moment called the role of debate moderators into question. >> i think the destructive vicious negative nature of much of the news media makes it harder to govern this country and harder to attract decent
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people to run for public office and i'm appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that. [ applause ] >> newt gingrich given a lot of credit for this response, what does he think about the clinton camp urging moderators to tell the truth about trump. >> let's ask him. joining us, fox news contributor newt gingrich. what about the fact checking and term fact checking has been thrown out there during this campaign, that facts have gone out the win dmoe this campaign. what do you expect from the moderator? >> first of all, if the clinton campaign is that eager to have the moderators do the fact checking, what does that tell you about their lack of confidence in hillary clinton? she ought to be the fact
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checker, she's the candidate much she supposed by knows ten times as much as trump and done these government services and secretary of state and former presidential candidate and first lady and she needs the moderator to do the fact checking? that tells you how weak they think their own candidate is. second, it's a stupid idea. first of all, the moderator should be modest. they are not running for president. they are not the equal of the two people running for president. they are simply a device by which the public gets to have a dialogue. they ought to ask questions that are designed to bring out information or personality or in some way help us learn more about the two candidates and ought to let the two candidates do the fact checking. if hillary thinks trump is saying something wrong, she should correct him or he should correct her. it's pretty stupid to think
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we're going to have this third candidate called a moderator and their team is to double-team donald trump. >> why have moderators at all, they are self-satisfying and long winded and spend debate talking about themselves or pointless questions. why not let the candidates get up on stage and reveal themselves by debating each other. >> lincoln douglas style. >> they did that although they had very long debates, three hours. and they had a time keeper and that was it. they also spoke really long and first guy i think got an hour, then the second guy got an hour and each got a half hour. it would be pretty tricky to get audiences to watch that although people do watch trump rallies. i would say we would be better off to let the two go at each other and i think it will be fascinating to watch and see what happened. again, you have to assume, you have people who have gotten through the nominating process
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who are pretty smart. pretty professional. if they -- they could actually be on a stage without anybody else, maybe a time keeper, but you know, the news media would never give up this opportunity to be important. that's a key part of what -- >> that's a good point. speaking of lincoln town hall debates, i remember when you debated my dad at one of those in manchester in the 2012 campaign, both decided to do a 90 minute debate about real policy and issues and did not get a lot of media attention to your point. but you are one of the unique people that has been on a debate stage. what advice are you giving donald trump for tomorrow night so the next morning people are saying he had a good performance? >> relax. i think essentially, donald trump is so much faster than hillary clinton. and his personality is so much stronger. he needs to relax. don't let her get him off balance and don't let lester get
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him off balance, be who he is. he is a guy who's virtually tied with her for the presidency and beat 16 other people and got the record number of votes for republican in the primaries. i think if he's calm and he's relaxed, my guess is he will be -- that he'll be very formidable. and i think she actually is under a much greater burden than he is because everybody deep down assumes she'll do really well. if you come out of all of her years of public life and you can't beat donald trump, it undermines your argument that he's presidential. >> how do you relax? what specifically would you tell him to unwind, take a sauna, have a glass of wine? >> yoga. >> when i ran as you know we had something like 20 debates. my two key debate coaches were my granddaughter maggie and grandson robert. maggie told me to smile so every time i got up the first thing i
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would do is write a smiley face and robert who was 11 said shorter and clearer. so i would write that down and put robert's name. i remember one of the debates we ended up in the hotel room watching "brid"bridesmaids" as of debate prep and diet coke for energy. >> that's pretty good. that's the key. >> the number one rule for trump is simple, do not overprepare, don't let your staff fill your head with junk you're not going to remember. be who you are, stick to big broad pins that differentiate you from hillary and you'll be fine. >> that's good advice. >> from one of the great debaters, newt gingrich. >> thank you, mr. speaker. >> final preparations under way right now at hofstra for tomorrow night's debate. we scrambled bill for a special
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jose fernandez killed in a boating accident in miami. >> a desperate manhunt is over and suspected killer is in custody. police arresting arcan cetin, taken to custody in his hometown of oak harbor 30 miles from where the shooting happened. he was initially identified as hispanic by authorities, there are reports he may have been mentally ill with a rap sheet including accusations of assault and drunk driving. terrorism is not being ruled out as a motive. breaking overnight, three gunmen open fire wounding three people in baltimore, the youngest a 3-year-old girl. they say it was a planned attack in a retaliation for a deadly labor day shooting. the suspects are on the all victims are expected luckily to be okay. the shooting adding to the chaos in baltimore, saw a 63% spike in
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homicides alone. >> several michigan players holding up fists during the national anthem and over in north carolina, a group of students in the stands also joining in, dozens wearing black shirts and refusing to stand up. plus, a high school football team in oakland, california, staging a die-in lying in floors with hands in the air before the game, colin kaepernick kneeling beside them in support. those are headlines this morning. >> we want to bring in bill hammer, our old friend at the scene of the debate. >> looking good, bill. >> i was looking at a picture of all of these entitled athletes protesting something they don't understand and it made me nauseous. we're glad to have you. >> reporter: thank you, good morning. what a stunning day this is, it is perfect out here, i was justin sijust inside the arena, they started
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to kick everybody out right when i left. i can tell you that to convert a basketball arena and there's seating 1,000 foldout chairs on the floor. hillary clinton as you're looking at the monitor folks, will be screen right, donald trump as you're looking will be screen left. that gives you a bit of an idea of it's intimate, not overly large. i don't think it's overly small. you were talking about the gennifer flowers appearance which will not happen now. i was kind of dubious whether it would happen in the first place. i think the way the stage is set up and lighting is set up, you as the candidate might able to see first two or three rows but after that it may be difficult. that gives a bit of a sense for what lester holt will be managing tomorrow night, the moderator from nbc. >> when you're walking around, do you get a sense this is going to be a historic venue? i think this debate could be one
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talked about for a long time. >> i entirely agree with you, an excellent point. bear in mind there are two more, one in st. louis, the 9th of october and then you've got vegas on 19th of october. we'll see which way the polling goes but that poll that shows a deadlocked race essentially. i was expecting a week ago based on the trends that trump might have a lead nationally. that's not the case based on polling right now. here's what i do believe. do not underestimate the powerful one liner that could be delivered. a lot of this analysis right now it's all fun and good because none of us are wrong. it hasn't happened yet. i think trump can be a funny guy. and if he has a sense of humor that gets her to react in somewhat of a joking way, it could disarm him in a very effective way. i was thinking about george bush from 2000 when al gore came into his personal space and he gave
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the smirk. that's the moment you remember. further back, the whole line about ronald reagan with walter mondale, he got mondale and moderator on camera to laugh and smile. and you heard the audience with humor as well. this audience has been told to abstain from reaction. we'll see whether it was the case. it was not that way during the primary season. the powerful one liner is something that i think cannot be underestimated in an arena like this. >> with it be neck in neck in the polls today, bill hemmer you and mark have a show coming on -- >> we do. i will say, i have no sense for how this is going to go. i don't know if you do or not. i mean he could chill out, she could chill out -- >> that's why we'll be watching. >> it's -- who the heck knows right now. >> none of us are wrong yet.
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that's a nice feeling. >> enjoy the moment for now. >> see you at noon. >> donald trump has made big beautiful plans. is it time he get more specific? and what about hillary and her plans, she's really specific. and the news clayton has been waiting for all morning long, kim kardashian has decided how she's going to cast her vote. >> finally. ♪
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find out who will perform at the halftime show. today is the day, lady gaga expected to be announced as the headliners. guess what, kim kardashian says she's with hillary after all. the reality star confirming her support after she says she was on the fence. and possibly would vote for donald trump. she's released a statement saying i found that without a doubt i stand with hillary. i'm with her. i believe hillary will best represent our country. and is the most qualified for the job. okay. >> you realize that's -- >> of course, i've been tracking the story. >> how does it feel? >> well, donald trump warming up to make his case to america tomorrow night. >> pushing bold plans for america, does the debate audience need him to get more specific or will the broad schematic approach work? our friend maria bartiromo.
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>> good morning. >> you have this kind of amazing difference, she is very much in the detail and brags about it. he is not. and it's worked for him. in the end, which approach works better in debate? >> if you look at hillary clinton's website, it goes from a to z. as a result you don't know what she stands for -- >> does it really start with alzheim alzheimer's. >> there's too much there. when you have so many topics to cover, people don't grasp on about what you really stand for. donald trump's message is very simple, make america great again. i think probably you do want some specifics tomorrow night, but for the most part, i think the average american can not digest all of the specifics. they want to feel the person in the living room for the next four years or eight years has a broad strategy, a vision to take the country somewhere but not necessarily telling me i want x number of troops on the ground and minimum wage to be here. >> you've been a great debate
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moderator of course, to have your perspective is interesting. newt gingrich saying the debate moderator is a conduit and should step back. if you are giving lester holt advice, should he be fact checking or stipulaepping back >> you don't want a candy crowley moment. i don't think you want to be the policeman right there. i don't think you would be there correcting specific facts. having said that if there's a blatant statement that is not true and you know that to be true there's nothing wrong with saying, wait a minute, that's not what we have in the headlines, that's not what the public believes. having said that i do not think the moderator should be the fact checker. i think you want to be fair and want to be -- have courage to make sure to hit on the issues that are sensitive and people know, whether it be trust worthiness or your command of a situation, those things are fair ground for the moderator but i don't think it is the moderator's job to say wait a
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second you said this in january and then this in february and this is what the truth is. >> to your point, the american people can get confused and what a lot will be looking for tomorrow night is the temperament of the candidates and how they control themselves when both want to needle each other. that's going to be important. >> it's more emotional than it is anything else. i think the public wants to get a comfort feeling. this person will be good for my family's jobs and economic prospects. this person will be better for the national security of our country, not necessarily with specifics in terms of numbers of policies. >> totally. >> we spoke -- we'll speak with eric trump coming up and i spoke to him last week as well. mark cuban will be in the front row and hillary invited mark cuban, is that going to get in your father's head? he said nobody gets in my father's head. by the way my whole family will be in the first row so donald jr. and invanka and myself will
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see mark cuban there. onset live, reince priebus talking to us. >> it starts in nine minutes here on the fox news channel. >> the quiz portion of the program, how many times did kennedy and nixon debate? go to wikipedia we'll test your knowledge coming up. ♪ p
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the countdown continues to monday's debate, but how much do you know about the history of the political showdown? >> here to put our knowledge to the test is kenneth davis author of "in the shadow of liberty." there is the book and kenneth is
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joining us in studio with some questions. good morning. >> good morning. yesterday president bush told us a great country cannot hide its history and that's what i'm trying to do for most of my career. so question number one, which president in a debate has never been elected either president or vice president, and the choices would be? i'm not seeing the choices. >> we're right, trust us. >> gerald ford is the correct answer. and, of course, it was gerald ford who succeeded richard nixon when he resigned. >> pride of grand rapids. >> that's correct. >> question number two, how many times did nixon and kennedy debate? was it one, two, or four times? >> i see choices are one, three, and four. >> maybe just one, though? >> i'll go with four. >> we're all over the board. >> four is correct.
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most people only remember the first, which was seen by 66 million people, which was a big portion. >> can you imagine that today, 66 million people watching a debate? >> monday night. >> might get close to that. >> how many are they predicting? >> i've heard super bowl numbers. >> question three, kenneth. >> were there debates from 1964 to 1972? we'll give you this, yes or no, go down the row here. >> i'm sorry, were there debates? >> i'm saying no, johnson and nixon does not debate. >> c is yes, but they aired opposite football and no one watched. i'm going with "a." >> there were no debates for those years. those were candidates who didn't feel like they needed to debate. they were the sitting presidents, and there was a fair time rule that said other candidates would have to be on the debate stage, so they didn't want to open it up. they had to actually change the
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rules to allow for just two presidential candidates. >> all right, final question, kenne kenneth. i need to redeem myself. which presidential contender was an actor who once costarred in a movie with a chimp? again, i don't have my -- >> al gore? >> obviously, william howard taft before movies were made. ronltd r ronald reagan. >> of course, the answer was ronald reagan, who was a good actor and very good debater and many remember his debate performances very well when he said, where were you four years ago, are you better off now, it was one of the clinching moments. >> kenneth davis, thanks for being with us this morning. this is a lot of fun. >> it should be fun, history is fun, it's not boring. >> we'll be right back.
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slider. corned beef, provolone cheese, onions, nice runny egg, potato pancake and sriracha sauce. >> amazing. good morning. it could be the event that determines our next president. hi, everyone, i'm maria bartiromo, thanks for joining us, this is "sunday morning futures." a record breaking audience expected for tomorrow night's first debate between donald trump and hillary clinton. i'll speak with rnc chairman reince priebus coming up and the republican candidate's son, eric trump, coming up about what they expect monday night. i'll also ask the rnc chair about the surprising about-face from texas senator ted cruz, now endorsing donald trump. how big of a deal is that? is it because mr. priebus

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