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it just takes a gift. shoulder shake. we're replaying. >> i love the snapchat filters. >> you can do a filter where you look like donald trump or hillary clinton. >> "fox and friends" starts right now. >> bye. i will release my tax returns against my lawyers' wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. >> you know, just join the debate by saying for crazy things. >> she tells you how to fight isis on her website. no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> he loves beauty contests and he called this woman miss piggy. >> i think my strongest asset maybe by far is my temperament. >> whoo, okay.
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♪ the candidates can check the box now, guys. i know they were nervous yesterday. they would never admit it probably. but they have that first debate in the can now. >> one down, two to go. it all happened there at hofstra university last night. they're going to play it safe. this morning, we're going to detail it. when the two of them came out, it was surreal. there you've got the woman referred to donald trump as a sexist and racist the last year or so -- the last six months and then you've got him whose crowd has shouted lock her up and he calls her crooked hillary and there they were shaking hands. that's when it started. >> it reminded me of holy field tyson. you watched their careers but never fought each other.
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>> you finally started in the same ring at the same time. that leads us to the question, who got the knockout if it went to the cards? who would the judges vote for? >> just like a man to give us a sports analogy. you're absolutely right. we were all watching last night to see how controlled donald trump was going to be. if we were going to see any fireworks last night. hillary clinton went after him saying he's racist, he's sexist, saying he says stupid things. watch his reaction to this. watch his facial expressions. >> so he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior. he has really started his political activity based on this racist lie that our first black president was not an american citizen. this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs and dogs, and someone who has said pregnancy is an inconvenience to
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employers, who has said -- >> never said that. >> has said women don't deserve equal pay. he loves beauty contests, supporting them and hanging around them. he called this woman miss piggy. >> you know, just joined the debate by saying more crazy things. >> the reason we did the split screen there and they had the entire debate like that, which was very handy. just to show you she was throwing the red meat out there. was he going to bite? >> no. it was all about the temperament. did he have the permt to be commander in chief? you go yeah, kind of looked like it. >> there was a lot of opportunity for donald trump to go at it. when it came to cyber security, her decisions over the last four years, when it came to the scandals that she brought to the table after being secretary and state and we find out while she was secretary of state, there was really no clinton foundation
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talk throughout. when donald trump went after her, generally, you could have been more concise on judgment. >> hillary, i just ask you this. you've been doing this for 30 years. why are you just thinking about these solutions? look at her website. you know what she's telling how to fight isis. she tells you how to do that on her website. i don't think general doug has ak arthur would like this. no wonder you've been fighting isis your adult life. >> if we're going to talk about mayors, under the current mayor, crimes have continued to drop. >> you're wrong. murders are up. >> they were toe to toe. >> what she needed was him to fall on his face. he did not. for the most part, it was a draw. in a situation like this, when it's a draw, the draw goes to
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the challenger. rather than the d.c. insider of 25 30rks years. >> she said go to my website for fact checking. i was a little disappointed with that. she said it was up to lester holt as a moderator to do the fact checking. now she's sending people to her website to do it. the viewers won't go read the facts. i think as a candidate they should know those facts going into the debate and they have to be prepared. because to me it's told me that she's sending to the website because there are people on her team. >> she was hoping lester holt would be on her team and in fact, lester holt, two things happened to him. the first half people felt like where is he, they're going back and forth. it was pretty good. the second half, people started to realize, wait a minute, he's not bringing up important things. brian, you mentioned the clinton foundation. where was that? where were the questions about the e-mail? benghazi? he was hammering trump but gave her a pat.
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watch. >> you have supported the war in iraq before the invasion. what makes your -- >> i did not support the war in iraq. >> my question is -- since you supported it, why is your judgment -- >> wait a minute. i was against the war in iraq. just so you put it out. >> the record shows otherwise. why are you perfectly free to release your taxes during an audit. >> excuse me. >> for five years, you perpetuated a false claim that the first black president was not a natural born citizen. the birth certificate has been -- you continue to -- in 2011, '12, '13. >> hillary clinton became the first woman nominated for president. earlier you said she doesn't have a presidential look. >> she doesn't have the look or the stamina. >> if you think that's sexist, it's not. every third word is stamina. it's part of the success and
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failure. i think -- a couple of things stuck out for me. number one, we're getting involved in a question nobody cares about. the beginning of the iraq war, what stand did a businessman have on that? really an easy question. the question is, what was your judgment when it came to the surge? you have to suspend disbelief to think we're going to win the war in iraq. guess what happened? they won with the war in iraq. she voted against the surge. barack obama against the surge. that's the modern kwechlt i'm really surprised we ended there. >> ask sean hannity. we've talked about in a million times. mentioned his name several times. >> take a look at some of the things donald trump was grilled on. the release of his tax returns, the iraq war, the birther thing which he says hillary's team started and bankruptcies and
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stop and frisk. >> didn't ask about e-mails. nothing on the corrupt clinton foundation and nothing on #benghazi. >> if they want certain topics brought up and not being asked about them, it's almost their responsibility to throw them in there in some capacity. >> trump did do that -- >> i think he'll do that more in the next debate. i think this debate his mission was let's get through it, have a clean debate. stay in the race. i think now he's probably going to the next debate with more confidence and he'll be able to stick to the topic points. >> if you think about it, if you said here's two candidates, one doing 30 years and one never had a debate before. 100 million people watched it. >> that has to be intimidated. >> i don't think he's been intimidated. >> i don't think he was nervous at all. not even a little. >> if you -- you say listen
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what, could i have done different? if you did that like barack obama did last time after the debate against mitt romney, he was 50% better in debate two. >> like in a football game. you would watch the tame from the weekend. >> and break down each clip. >> i wonder if lester holt will watch the tape. it looks unbalanced when you look at it. if i were the moderator. of course i never would be. why didn't he ask about the basket of deplorables. that impacts half of the country. >> a man said he didn't ask about the basket of deplorable, no clinton server. lester holt interrupted both of candidates last night. but interrupted trump more. interrupted clinton 19 times but interrupted trump 30 times. >> i felt like lester holt was interviewing for her press secretary job. >> we were there after the debate and i heard a reporter asking lester holt if he thought
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he was fair. he said he was. >> i asked this, i don't want to make news yet. i think he was a little upset. i wouldn't be surprised if we hear something. >> we're going to talk to donald trump himself. keep in mind, one of the things lester holt told the entire crowd, don't make a noise. if you think something is funny, suppress it. yet, donald trump was able to get a cheer out of the crowd when asked about taxes, he turned it into e-mail. >> you know, i made a mistake using a private e-mail. >> that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely. that was not a mistake. that was done purposely. when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth so they're not frrd prosecuted. when you have the man who set up the illegal server taking the fifth, i think it's disgraceful.
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believe me, this country really thinks it's disgraceful also. i will say this. we have a situation in this country that has to be taken care of. i will release my tax returns against my lawyers' wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. as soon as she releases them, i will release -- >> and that's -- i asked about that. she says he will not -- he works with hillary clinton, one of the higher ups. he just released his taxes. i was surprised how long they dwelled on the taxes. yes or no, are you going to release taxes or not. it doesn't talk about total income. he did talk about his investments. i think he successfully defended himself as a business person. we were asking the same question when "the new york times" story came out. he owes this much money to banks who he's worth billions and he owes this much is actually an investment. as that level of finance, using
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banks, something they want to see happen >> i didn't understand the bank thing. i do understand why lester kept hammering about release of the tax returns. because when you look at the polling information, that really resonates with hillary's voters. people in the middle. kind of like yeah, why doesn't he release the tax returns? i get the audit thing, but do it right now. same thing on his side regarding the illegal bootleg, home brew e-mail server. >> that was the only time that he brought up the e-mail scandal, wasn't it? >> and hammering the -- we'll talk to donald trump about that. the next one will be october 9th. >> who do you think won? e-mail us or tweet us or be on facebook as well. if you've got a question for donald trump,let us know. we might ask him. >> we have a great show. kelly ann conway, all kind of sound. plenty of more debate reaction
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ahead including with donald trump's son eric. >> shawn, come here. you became the joe the plumber of this election last night or tonight. >> that's right. more on the one-on-one with eric trump. what if one piece of kale could protect you from diabetes? (crunch) what if one sit-up could prevent heart disease? one. wishful thinking, right? but there is one step you can take to help prevent another serious disease, pneumococcal pneumonia. if you are 50 or older, one dose of the prevnar 13® vaccine can help protect you from pneumococcal pneumonia, an illness that can cause coughing, chest pain, difficulty breathing, and may even put you in the hospital. even if you've already been vaccinated with another pneumonia vaccine, prevnar 13® may help provide additional protection. prevnar 13® is used in adults 18 and older to help prevent infections from 13 strains of the bacteria that cause pneumococcal pneumonia.
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after the debate donald trump's family was by his side as he was coming off the stage last night. we had a chance to speak with his son eric trump on how he thought his dad did. here's what he had to say. >> your dad on stage, how do you think he did and how do you think hillary did? >> i'm thrilled. we had big smiles on our faces. he was measured and respectful of her. i was proud of him when he walked off that stage. >> what moment stuck out the most tonight? >> i think when he was comparing taxes. we want to put people back to work in this country. hillary is talking about raising taxes on everybody. my father wants to reduce taxes across the board and put this nation back to work. it's very, very simple. >> hillary accused him of being unprepared, racist. what was your reaction. >> i think it's sad. she perpetrates it everywhere. she's suspending 3/4 of a billion dollars in negative ads. not one of them talks about her accomplishments being a politicians for 30 years. bombs going off in new jersey,
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new york. stabbings in minnesota. the middle east is a hornet's nest and she runs negative ads about my father and hasn't fixed any of the problems. it's very sad. we need better leadership than that. >> she was fact checking and to defend herself. missed opportunities? >> i think what people saw tonight was the difference between april scripted candidate versus someone who speaks off the heart and the vest. that's the difference between a politician, somebody who has been in business their entire life and created tens of thousands of jobs. hillary signs the back of a check her entire life. never created one job. very different between the two candidates. >> people said he needed to stay cool and in control. he did tonight. wasn't as exciting of a debate to watch as some of the ones in the past where things got a little out of many instances
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during the debate. i think he did win and will win. i know we're going to win. you see the polls that came out today. we're leading in states never been won by a republican. leading in colorado, nevada. he's redefined the map in the united states. he stayed cool tonight president as a son, i was prout of him. he did an excellent job. >> what do you give credit to? has he learned along the way what to do or is it because of his team? >> it's a little bit of everything. i think he was himself and spoke from the heart ntd i think he did a lot of preparation. it served him well tonight. >> how did your dad prepare? >> we did a lot of preparation. his way of preparing is surrounding himself biff the smartest people, the best people. he's been traveling everywhere with general flynn and general kellogg and incredible people. people at the top of respective game. he talks to these people and has conversations with them and dives deep into the different topics. that's how he prepares. he doesn't study flash cards with written sentences on them. he travels with the best people and surrounds himself by the
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best people. >> also, eric, he used sean hannity. you became -- sean, come here. you became the joe the plumber of this election last night or tonight. >> the funny thing is, i even said to him tonight, you really remembered that. we would argue, it was friendly argument. >> that's great. >> about the iraq war. >> donald trump says he was not for t sean was for it and they would talk about it and debate it. >> great job, ainsley. one thing we didn't talk about and we have to ask donald trump about it when he joins us in 40 minutes. the sniffles. he had the sniffles through the whole thing. >> especially in the beginning. >> or did he? >> we'll talk about that. he also just -- he takes deep breaths. let the spin begin from reince priebus to mark cuban. i take you my perspective while ainsley was on the other side of the build. >> results just released. actually, they'll be released in 90 seconds, right?
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good morning to you. 24 minutes after the hour. a couple quick headlines to bring you right now. we start with a fox news alert. overseas, two homemade bombs exploding minutes apart in germany. those explosions happening in front of a mosque and also an international center. this happening south of berlin. police believe that the attacks may be connected. no one was hurt. and then back here at home, in the midwest, thousands today, take a look at these pictures, bracing for devastating record-breaking floods. the cedar river is expected to crest in cedar rapids, iowa, just a few hours from now.
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that city is putting up temporary floodwalls and forcing 5,000 people to evacuate as it braces for possibly catastrophic water levels. we'll watch the stories throughout the day. steve? >> thank you, heather. so what did voters think during the most outrageous moments of the debate? >> lea is here to put the sound bites to the test. >> the way it works, you have a group of a thousand people across the country. you put out all of these sound bites and then people grade. >> they do. they let us know if they're a likely independent, democrat or republicans, registered voters. >> watch the lines. the blue are democrats, the red are republicans and the yellow the independents. first sound bite, here's trump and clinton on stamina. >> you have so many different things you have to be able to do and i don't believe that hillary has the stamina. >> let's let her respond.
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>> well, as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, a release of dissidents and opening of new opportunities in nations around the world or even spends 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> so the grade? >> they lined up party lines there. independents and republicans gave trump a b, democrats a d. democrats gave republicans a d and democrats a b-plus. we're seeing not a lot of movement. but the independents continue to line up to ch with republicans. that surprised me. independents are sticking with him. >> that's good for him. >> nas very good for him. something that's bad for her is the current system. here he is railing against it. >> and it's really a shame and it's politicians like secretary
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clinton that have caused this problem. our country has tremendous problems. we're a debtor nation and we have a country that needs new roads, new tunnels, new bridges, new schools, new hospitals and we don't have the money because it's been squandered on so many of your ideas. >> well, that was sky high for him. >> that was sky high for him. this was pretty much the highlight of the night. democrats gave it an f. you can see the divide here. when he was talking about how ineffective she's been over a long period of time. she's been around for 30 years, have things gotten better. it really worked for him. this is a message we've been seeing. we're going to hear more of it. he should continue to hammer that home. that is the line, that is the idea that's resonating. >> here's hillary clinton and donald trump and they're playing the blame game. >> we have no leadership and
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honestly, that starts with secretary clinton. >> i have a feeling by the end of this evening x i'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? >> why not, yeah. why not? just join the debate by saying more crazy things. >> you can see here on trump, independents and republicans gave him a b. democrats a c. exactly the on pposite -- this a really good moment for hillary clinton. republicans don't often give her a c. she seemed human and like she was having a good time. people could relate to her. this is the moment we sneed to see from her if she wants to become likeable among those not yet decided. >> there's been an undercurrent is she helping, why is she taking so much time off? that came up at one point. here's donald trump and she was waiting.
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>> you decided to stay home. and that's okay. i will tell you, i've been all over and i've met some of the greatest people i'll ever meet within these communities and they are very, very upset with what their politicians have told them and what they've done. >> i think donald just criticized me for preparing for this debate. yes, i did. and you know what elsie prepared for, i prepared to be president. i think that's a good thing. >> i was waiting for that. >> again, you're seeing the mirror image of each other. a d for donald trump, quite the opposite for hillary clinton there. i think the bottom line, my big take away is the needle didn't move for anyone last night. i think that the story that people are saying, a lot of people are saying hillary clinton had the performance of her life. >> people are saying that? >> people are saying that. i will tell you that the voters are saying i expected that out of her. i expected her to be scripted
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and well-prepared. i expected him to be ad libbing, not prepared. i don't think we'll see big movement. i really don't. >> i thought it was a draw. by virtue of the fact that she needed him to fall on his face, he didn't do it. he stood there toe to toe. they live to debate another day. >> they do. i think we'll be watching the next one. i think donald trump will come back a little bit fierier. >> i know what you mean. lea carter, thank you very much. what do you think of that? meanwhile, coming up, brian headfirst into the spin room last night at hofstra. >> i don't think we'll see serious change in the polls. i think the electorate is too polarized. he kept it on the issues. >> he exercised self-control. i was proud of him. >> lea carter, he was listening to you. we'll see how the campaign managers and family members thought of the debate. there's that mark cuban. i guess he was there.
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>> driving to you drink. north of the border. >> it's hard to do a late night show, tape it at 5:30 before the debate and say sorry, jimmy fallon, you're going live. >> just outside the spin room, ainsley pointed out there was a beer can foreall the journalists with free beer last night. it was awesome. >> any takers? >> i had a pumpkin beer. have y'all had a pumpkin beer? it's seasonal. heather is saying yes. you can only buy them this month and next month basically. >> it was a home game for me. i had to drive. >> i did not drive. >> i saw people drinking and said to myself and i would make steve proud, no beer. right home. >> i was watching you in the distance. i was drinking and you were working. >> you were working too. >> fantastic. >> you were there in the spin room. >> a lot of people were. >> exactly. here's what happened. right after the event closed, i want to get everyone an idea
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what it would be like in the spin room. we didn't know what was going to happen or who would want to speak to us. here's how it happened and unfolded. let me know what you think. >> ♪ ♪ >> i thought he looked presidential and that was the main question on the table tonight. >> i think he did really well. >> she looked like a commander in chief, looked prepared. even if people don't agree with everything she said. >> debate number one in the books. >> the hillary camp i'm sure thinks she won and the trump camp thinks he won. we're in the spin room. what's next and what will it do to the polls? >> i don't think we're going to see change in the poems. i think the electorate is too polarized. i think that's the state of our country right now. >> when we look at the policies talked about tonight, i think trump made the best point and said what kind of experience does she have? >> how did the moderator do?
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>> lester holt did a great job. many millions of people watching. it was unfortunate mr. trump was the one who mentioned her e-mail and the question was hey, what about your e-mail? >> first one-on-one. what was it like watching with the family? >> i think it's more intense for us. he was calmer than we were probably going into it. >> tiffany, what did you think? >> i think he did fantastic, honestly. hopefully i could handle something like that as well as he did. >> megyn kelly, mark, what did you think? >> this is new to me. i thought donald was flustered. i thought he -- >> not in the beginning. >> no. right off the bat. i think she won the first quarter using a basketball analogy. he won the second quarter and she ran away in the third and fourth quarter. >> donald, how is it going? how did it feel? >> good. >> it really felt great. i have to tell you, it really felt great. it was -- we want to save this country. our country is doing so bad, brian. you know it.
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you know it. whether it's jobs or illegal immigration. you saw the 800 people who game citizens and were supposed to be deported. our country is in big trouble. based on the polls afterwards, it looks like i did a good job. >> first time you matched up one-on-one with someone. what was that like? >> the republicans were very smart. you're going against ted cruz and rubio and all of the guys that we went against with the republicans, they're very smart. it was good training for me, frankly. i enjoyed that and i very much enjoyed tonight. but you know, brian, you know this. it's about making america great again. i think we're going to be well on our way to doing it. you've seen the polls come out. as a matter of fact, i saw you this morning with the polls. the polls came out on your show. >> you came out surging today. do you think this will continue to surge? >> well, i think so. we have to do a lot in our country. again, you know what came out to me more than anything else. she talks about all the things
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she's going to do. where has she been for 26 years. >> thank you so much. it will you how you did. we know. i thought you did a great job. you got both sides. people from hillary's camp and donald trump. and mark cuban. >> he was in the front row? >> yep. >> i asked donald's kids. i didn't see him. i asked his kids. he was. >> he was quoting some of the -- the polls but in the overnight, nonscientific polls that have been released, for the most part, donald trump is winning in those if you go online. it's interesting, abc news had one up last night for a little while. trump was number one. hillary was number 4 behind jill steinand gary johnson. >> how crazy was that? sniemts seriously. >> the staff polls shows hillary doing better. the drudge poll shows donald trump doing better. >> i think a majority of the
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online polls show, according to the stuff we saw this morning, show that he's leading. it's not scientific. it's whoever has -- >> what did you think? >> you talk about being online. heather nauert lives online. in a virtual reality. >> of course. >> facebook, twitter, whatever. >> okay, brian. good morning to all of you. breaking details coming in over night in the shooting death of keith scott. police are now saying he was carrying a stolen gun when he was shot and killed in charlotte. a burglar telling police that he sold that gun to scott. scott's wife filed a restraining order against him last year. she told police he had a gun and hit her and threatened to kill her. we have new information on the body camera footage. it may be disturbing to see we warn you. police say there's no audio at the beginning of this because the officer didn't turn it on until after the shooting occurred. only video can be recovered from that time period and not the
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audio. justice may be coming to the families of terror victims in the united states. the u.s. senate voting to jeefr ride president obama's veto to block families from suing saudi arabia. the administration has concerns that other countries would sue the u.s. and its corporations in retaliation. but leaders are confident that they have enough folks to override president obama's veto on that bipartisan bill. we'll be following that one. forrest gump said this one best. >> my mama always said, life was like a box of chocolates. never know what you're going to get. >> how true is that? that is especially true for these newlyweds. take a look at this picture. tom hanks crashing their wedding photo shoot. he took this selfie and posted it on instagram. the actor was jogging in new york's central park. he saw them and stopped for photos. look at the bride's face. it says it all, doesn't it?
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that couple saying they were overwhelmed and invited him to the reception. hanks politely declined but wished them congratulations. those are your headlines. >> would have taken them anyway. i love it. >> nice of him. >> i wouldn't be surprised if tom hanks liked us. >> why? >> everyone likes you. >> all of us. >> let me tell you what's coming up next. donald trump hammering hillary clinton on her plan to fight isis. >> you're telling the enemy everything you want to do. no wonder you've been fighting isis your entire adult life. >> so who made the better case for national security? pete hegseth and scott brown join us next. did you hear this? >> yep. the story and the possible scandal. yes, there's a scandal behind the sniffles.
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i have a plan to defeat isis. it does involve going after them online. we also have to intensify our air strikes against isis and eventually support our arab and kurdish partners. weave to make this a top priority and i would do anything possible to take out their leadership. >> president obama and secretary clinton created a vacuum the way they got out of iraq. been trying to take them out for a long time.
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they wouldn't have been formed -- like 10,000 troops behind. had we taken the oil and we should have taken the oil, isis would not have been able to form either. >> so a major topic last night was national security and it should have been. who would do better protecting the united states? what progress is made? we're discussing that with two men who don't need much sleep. former massachusetts senator scott brown and pete hegseth. both served in the military. >> pete, start with you. >> he was correct in pointing his fire where he did. talking about the pullout. she was a part of that in that administration. the policies of retreat led to the rise of isis. no doubt about it. neither of them wanted to get into the details. he pointed to her putting the plan on the website and telling everybody what it looks likement. most importantly, he passed the commander in chief test. his temperament seemed measured.
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he understands enough of america's role. i could see him as america's chief. it was a low bar but he passed it. >> you've seen a lot of opportunities for him to further define the difference in the iraq war, especially after the surge. >> he was right to blame it on president bush. the new president can change the timetable. i was there when the president had an opportunity to lead that transition, training, quick reaction force, whatever. he was spot-on in that regard. yes, there were many missed opportunities, i thought, with donald trump. i thought solid b for him. but missed opportunities, singles and doubles. no one wins. no mistakes by either candidate. they're talking about her e-mails here. this came up during the cyber security exchange. i thought it was a layup that he was about to do but he doesn't it. here he did. listen. >> that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely. okay. that was not a mistake. that was done purposely. when you have your staff taking the fifth amendment, taking the fifth so they're not prosecuted,
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when you have the man that set up the illegal server taking the fifth, i think it's disgraceful and believe me, this country thinks it's dis -- really thinks it's disgraceful also. >> i thought that was the opening of the wound. the band-aid went back on. could have gone a lot deeper with that wound, pushed harder. a number of moments where he could have pivoted back to that. >> he's not an answer and quickly pivot. >> you got to push back on her. what are her accomplishments on foreign policy at all? she doesn't want to talk about it other than meeting with foreign leaders. she skates over it and moves on. the master of the pivot. he just answered the question. sometimes he has to see that opportunity and pounce on it. >> brian, that's a great point. she's a seasoned politician. had major, major debates. this is his first real debate. he's saying that wasn't too bad and the next debate he'll come commack back and hammer her.
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there were missed opportunities to hit the question and move on. the e-mail server, she said her private e-mails. it's not about that. it's about her private server, the actual system that was set up. that's the issue. she's kind of confusing it a little bit. my private e-mails, i'm sorry i did it. no, it's not about the ee mailings. it's about the -- that's the na issue. >> when in in doubt, smash it with a hammer. >> it's the first one. we've got two more. >> we're still on the lookout for the 400-pound hacker. >> absolutely. >> under the bed. >> pete and scott, i really like you guys. >> that's very compassionate of you. >> donald trump fresh off last night's debate performance joins us live. she just tried to shake it off. this and many other hilarious social media reactions to last night's debate.
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well, this is probably going to be the biggest social media campaign and presidential election ever. clayton morris has been looking at it and what's trending. >> last night, we were laughing sitting there on the couch watching twitter last night. people wondering does donald trump have a cold or something, remember al gore sighing. >> donald trump sniffling. >> especially in the beginning. >> watch this.
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>> there's a lot of that. >> donald trump's sniffles hash tags. >> if you watch his debates, he's breathing through his nose. he does it all the time. >> it was different last night. it was louder and the microphone wasn't close to him. it was weird. >> just like he had a cold. >> like allergies. >> that hash tag was writing all this. someone seriously get at real donald trump some aleg ga. could he have caught hillary's pneumonia? >> i hadn't thought of that. >> i don't care i saw -- i don't think i saw that. the hofstra souvenir tickets being handed out. you have one job. there are not 16 candidates anymore. there are two candidates. spell the candidate's name
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right. >> two ls, not one. >> you think of all the celebrities that have fawned over hillary clinton over the past number of months would know how to spell her name right also. here was jesse tyler ferguson tweeting, with one l. hillary's eyes must be sore from restraining eye rolls. john cusack. i would vote for hillary with one l. and dax shepard. another one. >> it takes us one second to make a little gif. that little shoulder shimmy. >> they are called gif. >> or jif. there's a big debate.
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>> gif or jif. donald trump is going to be joining us in two minutes. stick around. put down the remote. you are watching "fox & friends," the number one cable news show in the world. >> i hope the sniffles clear up.
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you've been doing this for 30 years. why are you just thinking about these solutions right now? >> dond, i -- donald i know you live in your own reality, but that's not the facts. >> she's telling you how to fight isis on her website. i don't think general mcarthur would appreciate that. >> at least i have a plan. i have a feeling that i'll be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? >> why not, yeah. so he has a long record of engaging in racist behavior.
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>> typical politician. all talk. no action. sounds good. doesn't work. >> but this is a man who has called women pigs, slobs, and dogs. >> so when you try to act holier than thou, it really doesn't work. it doesn't. >> donald supported the invasion of iraq. >> wrong, wrong. >> that is absolutely proved. >> she's got experience, i agree. but it's bad, bad experience. well, i'm sure you were watching, everybody was. it was live from that building at hofstra university. we were live there yesterday. we're not there today because it is pouring out there. >> we imagine the candidates are feeling much better today because the first debate they can check the box. it is over and done with. right now, donald trump joins uses on the phone. good morning, mr. trump. >> good morning. >> how did you think it went last night? >> i thought it went really well. i had some hostile questions.
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that was okay. it was the debate of debates. >> who was the first person you went to after the debate and said how do you think it went? >> well, my family came up. ivanka, melania, the whole family. i thought that they came up unbelievably well. they were just happy. they thought it was great. >> you said you got some hostile questions. that's the job of a moderator is to ask hard questions. do you feel that lester holt asked hillary clinton an equal number of hostile questions? >> well, he didn't ask her about the emails at all. he didn't ask her about her scandals. he didn't ask her about the benghazi deal that she destroyed. he didn't ask her about a lot of things she should have been asked about. there's no question about it. he didn't ask about her foundation. >> why do you think that is? >> why? i don't know. i don't think he did a bad job. when you look at it, you watch the last four questions, he hit me on --
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>> boom, boom. >> bertha. he hit me on a housing deal that i settled with no recourse. >> 1970. >> and no guilt. he asked me about that. that's a beauty to be asked, you know, 40-year-old lawsuit, other older. i just hate to say it's older, then you know you'll say wow, i didn't know trump was that old. >> when they throw those things at all, i didn't know about that. when you explain it, oh, okay, that makes sense. >> when you explain it, it's a no-win too. they were leaving all her little goodies out. they didn't -- i was asked about my tax returns, which i've told about 500 times. but i think i did -- i think i really did well when we were asked normal questions. i think i did really well in answering those questions, but those questions are not answerable in a positive light.
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>> so, donald, any person who wants to be great in anything and i think it' pretty clear to even your greatest detractor, you want to be great, looks back and says wow, i wish i could have done this better or different, looking back at the clips, man, how do i miss that or i wish i would have said this differently, if so, what is an example. >> when she hit me at the end with the women, i was going to hit her with her husband's women and i decided i shouldn't do it because her daughter was in the room. >> is that what you mentioned, i had something i could bring up but i didn't want to bring it up. >> yeah. having to do with her husband. all of the women. they sort of thought that was it and i didn't feel comfortable doing it. i think i did the right thing. it's not worth a point. i didn't feel comfortable doing it with chelsea in the room. i think chelsea is a fine young lady. i didn't like doing it with chelsea in the room. >> do you regret not bringing up the emails at much? you brought it up at one point. >> i brought it up pretty
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strong. don't forget, lester should have brought up the emails. >> what about benghazi? >> i would have liked to have done that. don't forget you are asked a question as to progress or something, and it's hard to get off to benghazi sometimes the way the questions were framed. you start off open a totally -- the opposite of benghazi, and so benghazi can't get brought up, but it was a very interesting evening. i thought it was good. i thought lester was really good for the half, because he was bringing up general and main subjects that were important. you know, things like the economy. and then in the end, i mean, they start bringing up 45-year-old lawsuits. >> donald, do you think he got the message from the matt lauer commander in chief forum from a couple of weeks ago where he didn't want that to happen to him and so he went -- matt seemed to me to be fair and balanced, lester leaned a little over into the left lane?
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>> yeah, totally. more than a little. and you know, he's -- he leaned over to that lane, but i don't know, every poll, i won slate. i won drudging in almost 90% of the vote in the poll. i won time magazine. i won cbs. i won every single poll other than cnn and not many people are watching cnn. i tell you what, that place is a disaster. the people they have on those shows, they are third rate talent as announcers on that show. the moderators. they are terrible. they are terrible. >> i was watching the post game. >> msnbc, believe it or not, which treats me better than cnn which is actually hard to believe, but msnbc is beating cnn. so anyway, the only -- >> we beat them all. >> the only polygot where i lost was cnn and that was a very democratic poll. they even say it was a high democratic. i think the result was very good. i know it was interesting.
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i know a lot of people wish it was much longer and it did go fast, i will say, an hour and a half sound like a long time when it's two people. it went so fast. 20 minutes. it just kept -- it kept going so fast, and i was impressed by that. that meant i enjoyed it, i guess. >> let's move on to something, they brought up taxes. i'll release my taxes. against my lawyer's best judgment. if you get me the 33,000 emails you deleted and bleached off your server. jennifer palmara. i wanted to see if she would take this deal. >> he didn't want to release his taxes, he didn't pay any. it's not smart. he compounded our -- our expectations he compounded a lot of problems for himself. he is the candidate he has historically challenged in disclosure. we haven't seen tax returns.
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he saw them put out -- he hasn't matched her on health records. he's not given the american people the most basic information that we expect. >> the question that you didn't hear -- >> that's called spin. that's called spin. >> it's the spin room. >> because it had nothing to do with that. i just said hey, i will go against my lawyer's orders if you release your 33,000 deleted emails, which i'm sure she could get. but you know, they would be very dangerous for her to get, but -- i'm not giving much when i say that. what do you think the chances of my getting that deal? do you think they are pretty small? >> yeah, probably. >> unless julian assange releases them for her. >> he's supposedly out there. he is saying he's releasing something which will be interesting. let's find out what he will release. >> going in, she was trying to get under your skin a couple of times. did she? >> no, not at all. i didn't see it that way.
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at the end, maybe, the very last question, when she brought up the person that became -- i know that person, that person was a miss universe person, and she was the worst we ever had. the worst, the absolute worst. she was impossible, and she was a miss universe contestant and ultimately a winner who they had a tremendously difficult time with as miss universe. >> did not know that story. >> wow, i didn't know either. >> she was the winner, and, you know, she gain a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem. we had a real problem. not only that, her attitude, and we had a real problem with her, so hillary went back into the years and she found this girl. this was many years ago, and found the girl and talked about her like she was mother teresa and it wasn't quite that way, but that's okay. hillary has to do what she has to do. i see what's happening in the polls. i guess you see i'm tied in
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minnesota and winning in colorado and it looks like we're going to be winning pennsylvania very soon. one thing i got out, i think really the best was immigration. illegal immigration. the police law and order, and maybe the thing i got out best is trade. >> trade. >> trade and jobs. and those are basically the three things we're going to have to get out, and i got them out early and strong and a lot of people think the poll numbers are going to go up because of that. i hope you are impressed with the poll numbers. a lot of people think the poll numbers are going up because of that. >> a lot of pundits are talking about how she had the debate of her life. in the things i read and we all watched it, it didn't look either one of you got a knock-out punch. >> no, i would say that. the polls are saying 60-40, 65-35. that's what the polls are saying. >> many republicans wanted you
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to stay on message, and i think a lot of the republicans that i was talking to last night said they were pleased with the way that you did that. now going into the next debate, you've got your feet wet, this is the first time you've been a one-on-one debate. she has lots of experience in this and you are coming out of this and the polls are indicating that you did very well. >> not bad for a first time, one on one. >> going into the next debate, what are you going to do differently? anything you would like to do differently? >> well, i may hit her harder certain ways. i really eased up because i didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings. i may hit her harder in certain ways. i think it's the same forum or the similar forum. i had a problem with a microphone that didn't work. my microphone was terrible. i wonder was it set up that way on purpose. my microphone in the room they couldn't hear me, you know, it was going on and off. which isn't exactly great. i wonder if it was set up that way, but it was terrible. when i tested, it was beautiful, like an hour before. i said what a great mike, but in
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actuality -- >> you mean people listening in the hall could not hear your answers. >> it was going on and off and it was much lower than hers. i don't want to believe in conspiracy theories, of course, but it was much lower than hers and it was crackling and she didn't have that problem. that to me was a bad problem, you have a bum mike, that's not exactly good. >> you know what the press like what you did last night, you were in the spin room and you walked in there with your entire family and you talked to so many people. i understand this never happens right after -- >> i've never seen it before and you walk over to everybody, including some of your harshest critics. what went into that? >> not much. i went to the sprin room, and it was very friendly. a lot of people thought i won. you know what i go by. i go by those debates. these polls. when i go to a debate, i look at the polls and i look at grudge who is great. he's also a great guy, by the way.
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i look at the drudge poll, the time magazine poll, i look at slate. there's like seven polls, and other than cnn which is meaningless, because it's a democratic poll, other than cnn, i won every poll easily. you know, i won cbs, so other than that one situation, i won every poll. that to me means a lot, and you know you have 2, 300,000 people voting on those polls. >> donald trump is going to stick around. we're going to take a quick commercial time-out. he's going to answer some of your questions in two minutes. some more, live from new york city. >> send in your questions.
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donald trump is still there and he's taking a couple of questions. this comes from joanne, at the end of the debate, you said i could have said some terrible things about hillary and resisted. i'm looking for you to be mean but i didn't like that missed opportunity. what's your reaction snnch i was talking about the affairs, the many affairs that bill clinton
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had and because his daughter was in the room, chelsea who i think is a lovely young woman and actually friendly with ivanka, i couldn't do it. i didn't want to do it in front of her. i told that to brian last night. i didn't want to do it in front of her. i didn't think it was worth the shot. see, do i have heart? >> what's the deal with the sniffles? i heard you in i think in the first answer, it sounded like you had seasonal allergies or a little cold. what's up with that? >> no, no sniffles. you know, the mike was very bad, but maybe it was good enough to hear breathing, but there was no sniffles. >> no cold. >> no cold. every once in a while but no cold. we have one more question for you. this is choctaw elvis 88 on twitter asking you, i'm impressed with mr. trump's ability to campaign to aggressively. what does he do to maintain the pace?
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>> it's good genes. if you don't have good genes, on the campaign trail, it's tough. you have to have a lot of energy. i was talking to hillary about her, about her stamina, i don't believe she has stamina to be the president. she's home all the time, and i just don't think she has the stamina to be the president. >> your staffers say you never sleext. >> i don't sleep much, otherwise i wouldn't be doing your show. don't forget i got in at 2:30 in the morning and i'm doing a show and i'm catching a plane at 8:00 and i'll one of the world's fastest showers. only because of your show. your timing was not so good. >> you are doing without a shower. >> i'll do a fast shower. that's better. what grade would you give hillary clinton on her debate performance last night? >> i would say a c plus. >> what grade would you give yourself? >> well, i don't like to grade myself, but i know i did better in hillary and every poll shows
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that. >> is she the best partner you ever sparred with? >> i think ted cruz was tough. i think that marco was actually very tough. he had a breakdown, a little breakdown once. but he was a good debater. marco is a very good debater. i thought those two were very tough. she will be tough. i think she will be tough. i thought she was -- i thought she was very bad in the first half when they were asking normal questions and when they were asking unfair questions, you -- she got better. >> and with what grade do you give lester holt? >> i give a c. c plus. i thought he was okay. i thought he was fine. nothing outstanding. he gave me very unfair questions at the end, the last three, four questions, but i'm not complaining about that. i thought he was okay. >> well, you've got to go and take a shower. donald trump, thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. trump. you can check out fox now. now we're already talking about the second debate. you just heard donald trump say it right here.
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we got hammered last night. clinton seemed to get a pass. >> he got hammered? he doesn't drink. >> the questions, a fair-and-balanced debate with lisa booth and joe trippi. kx
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fernandez. he spent several hours partying at a house. he may have been upset before. one of his friends telling him to keep close to the shore and be careful and keep jose cool. more professional sports team weighing in on national anthem protests. they locked arms in the middle of the field after the anthem. the rivals showing support for their peers recent protests while saying they are spreading a message of unity. those are your headlines. >> i'm confused. what is the message, hold ons. >> slamming him as unfit and unprepared for the presidency, who knew she felt that way. here's what she had to say about that. >> i have much better judgment than she does. there's no question about that.
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i also have a much better temperament than she does. aflicio, the other day, i don't know who you were talking to secretary clinton, but you were totally out of control. i said there's a person with a temperament that's got a problem. >> that was the speech when he was saying i should be winning by 50 points against this guy. but what will voters think of her answers and her attacks as well as his attacks on her? here to debate that and examine is washington examiner's own contributor, lisa booth and as well as fox news contributor joe trippi. we also pay him. joe, you say what about the temperament? >> i don't think last night's debate helped donald trump very much. i think the big group that they were both fighting over were college-educated whites. there are a lot of people watching and cheering both of them, but the people they were fighting over were
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college-educated whites and i think donald trump didn't just get there. he didn't get to -- i'll be surprised. i'll look at the polls afterwards. i don't think it happened. >> did hillary? >> i don't think either candidate made any significant gains last night but i do think donald trump had ample opportunities to question her judgment which should be in question, especially when they were talking about the cyber attacks and what either candidate would do to prevent those attacks, specifically mentioning russia. donald trump then should have turned to hillary clinton and said how are you possibly going to lead the country on this new cyber warfare when you jeopardize national security, when you have an email server less secure than g mail? >> he missed a lot of opportunities. even when the emails came up, he would go back to explain his taxes. then move back and explain thing himself. >> i'm equally disappointed in the fact she wasn't asked about that. she wasn't asked about a lot of big things in the news for hillary clinton.
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emails, clinton foundation, benghazi, none of these things came up in the debate last night. the email server was mentioned once and that was because donald trump's doing. lesser holt was reiterating something that donald trump had said. if they are questioning his tax returns, how are you not asking her about deleting tens of thousands of emails and using software to do that. >> we know foreign policy is coming up next. is it martha addax who will be -- >> i believe so. >> i want you to hear how it's ended and that's a critique on hillary clinton and her lack of endurance. >> she doesn't have the looks, she doesn't have the stamina. i don't believe she does have the stamina. you have to be able to negotiate trade deals and i don't believe that hillary has the stamina. >> as soon as he travels to 112 countries and negotiates a peace deal, a cease-fire, a release of
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dissidents and opening of new opportunities around the world and even spend 11 hours testifying in front of a congressional committee, he can talk to me about stamina. >> hillary has experience, but it's bad experience. >> joe. >> look, i think this whole thing, first of all, when you look at the dial tests that we were showing earlier in the show, you know, when she hit that thing about the 11 hours, you saw all three lines start to go up. i think this is -- the problem here for donald trump is he had to show he was prepared to be president. he bragged about nothing preparing for for the debate. it was clear to me when he was doing basic stump speech stuff at the first questions, he hadn't really prepared for the debate. that's a problem because too many of the undecideds that's what they think about him. they think he's unqualified and not ready. he didn't prove that last night. that's the thing that he had to do to get those people. >> it's interesting.
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i think she started slow. you think he sounded scripted. >> i think the strongest part of that donald trump saying you didn't exercise the best decision. when you look at polling, 55% of americans want big changes when it comes to politics and big changes when it comes to economy and you look at the quinnipiac polls, radical change, 70% of americans want radical changes. they think the system has failed. she's the status quo. >> i failed if i don't wrap up right now. we know where it's trending and we'll see if it stops or changes. thanks joe and lisa. coming up straight ahead, hillary clinton has no problem calling donald trump a racist and the rest of america too. >> i think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police. too many of us in our great country jump to conclusions about each other. >> because of our implicit
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future generations could lose up to $10,000 a year. we're working hard, what about you? hey candidates, do your jobs. keep social security strong. this was expected to be the most-watched debate ever and the ratings are expected to rank up with the finale of cheers with a finale of mash, for real, which make sense when you think about it. the election feels like the series finale of america. >> there you go. did you miss the big debate last night? rudy giuliani, come on over here. >> i watched it twice. including until 4:00 in the morning i watched it. >> what do you mean you watched it twice? >> you were there live, and then you watched it again? >> then i went home and i watched lester holt do candy crowley at least twice. >> what did he do that you didn't like. >> the first thing he said was
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stop and frisk unconstitutional. it happens to be not unconstitutional. terry versus the united states is the law of the land by the supreme court of the united states. it has never been reverseed and we do stop and frisk in new york and all over america. >> it was struck down by one judge here in new york. >> not as unconstitutional. unconstitutional as applied, in other words it was being done incorrectly accordingly to the judge. >> it was being appealed. >> the court of appeals of the second circuit had excoriated her, basically said she was wrong. entered the injunction from the enforcement of the decision. >> "new york times" had an article about how it worked. >> the murder rate had gone up or down and apparently the murder rate in new york -- >> had gone down dramatically
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after stop and frisk. >> of course, it did. lester holt said straight out is unconstitutional. lester holt is not a lawyer. he's wrong. it was decided in 1959 by earl warren. it is still the law of the land. every cop does stop and frisk in every part of america and she said the same thing. i'll give her an excuse because she failed the bar exam but i'm not going to allow him to play lawyer and contradict our candidate and when did a moderator become a fact-checker? a fact-checker, you better darn be right. you better go read the united states supreme court decision and you better talk to cavuto and hannity. >> about what? >> as to whether he was opposed to the iraq war. >> one of the reasons i was reluctant to support him was because he was against the iraq war. i happen to be in favor of the iraq war. i'm still in favor of the iraq
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war. >> what did you think about her performance last night? >> i thought it was okay. she was programmed hillary. everything you would expect and i thought donald's performance was excellent in the respect that he shows the american people he can be president and i thought his restraint at the end was absolutely remarkable. >> why? >> after those terrible things she said about him in front of his daughter and his children and his concern for saying terrible things about -- we know what he would say about bill clinton. my god, the man disgraced the presidency. he got away with anything where any chief executive would be fired and she went ahead and attacked the victim for six months until the victim had the proof, boy, they got caught and she, lie number 1,012. >> what does that have to do with hillary? >> they attacked
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lewinsky. >> tell me me you are a feminist when you take millions of dollars from countries who kill and assault women, who don't allow women to drive, don't allow women equal rights. you go pose as a feminist? that's up to the two of them. what i'm offended by is lester holt interfering twice in the debate, saying stop and frisk is not constitutional. dead wrong. hillary clinton said the same thing. dead wrong. terry against the united states. go read it. written in 1958. >> you are fact-checking lester holt? >> no, i'm a lawyer. i'm not a moderator who misrepresents on television. i'm a lawyer. >> you are angry about this? >> i thought after candy crowley we saw the last of it. what holt did last night, if journalism has ethics, if you are going to interrupt and correct me in front of a hundred million people, you better be right.
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he is dead wrong. first of all, a district judge cann cann cannot overrule. she found it unconstitutional as applied. donald trump's description of what happened, including the judge being removed from the case, was totally correct. >> you mentioned that the last -- at the very end of the debate, he kept his mouth shut and he didn't attack hillary. >> he didn't go there. >> he's a good man. >> now, by doing that, i know that his team was telling him, you know, you need to stay in control because you can't lose this debate. so he did that. now we look at the polls this morning. he's ahead in most of the polls. is he listening to kelly ann? >> he's going to win the election and he won the debate. i'm not here to argue whether he won the debate or not. you could think he lost the debate. i'm here to say what lester holt did is completely unprofessional and totally unethical. >> the same thing he did. >> the second was baghdad. he interrupted him twice said --
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i'm sorry, iraq. he said you didn't say that you were opposed to the iraq war beforehand and he should have had enough energy to check the sources, including -- i was on neil cavuto's show later and i saw the tape. he opposed the iraq war. he had 20 of donald's friends who could have been available to tell him that. you can't do that unless you do the hard work of checking. >> the thing is there's got to be a way to get lieu the tax question, the iraq war question, he's going to have to get through the debates. there are three things he spent too much time on. >> was he perfect? was she perfect? no. did he win the debate, yes? but should a moderator tell you you are wrong, you are wrong. and the moderator didn't do his homework and the moderator is wrong. who is going to fact check the moderator on terry against the
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united states? go read it. written by none other than earl warren. it's 8-to-1 decision of the supreme court. it is the law of the land. 100 million last night were misled by lester holt and so-called lawyer hillary clinton. >> all right. thank you very much for getting up and coming on over after 15 minutes sleep. thank you, sir. >> thank you so much, mr. mayor. straight ahead, hillary clinton has no problem calling donald trump a racist and the rest of america as well. >> i think implicit bias is a problem for everyone, not just police. too many of us in our great country jump to conclusions about each other. >> tucker carlson has a few things to say about that. he is on deck next. >> everyone, did i hear her right? and donald trump's challenge to hillary, release your email and i'll release my tax returns which are being audited. we'll talk to john podesta about
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the victim last week, he's got to do everything possible to improve policing to go right at implicitly biased. do you think police are implicitly biased against black people? >> lester, i think implicit bias affects everyone, not just police. too many of us jump to being can shuns about each other. >> everyone is implicitly biased. tucker carlson joining us live from chicago. >> good morning. >> that line surprised and offended you, why? >> it's absurd. does anybody really believe, any adult actually think that white racism is the biggest problem in
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america's inner cities? we've seen a 31% increase in murders in america's biggest cities in the last two years. is that the result of bias? no. let's be adults here. she needs to get out the vote and i get it and convincing voters that trump hates them is an expedient way to do that. these are serious topics and that's not just a serious take on it. she acts like america is still in 1955. it's sort of beneath actually a presidential debate to say something like that. >> your point, it's a get out the vote thing. >> sure. it's a very divisive one and it's a very tired one. the truth is last night trump is not a great frustrating if you don't support hillary to see him miss opportunity after opportunity. on the other hand, the bar is really low. the press hates him. they have been painting him as a monster or fascist.
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any person in america who is tempted to vote for hillary clinton is already on her side, the rest of voters, the middle are looking basically permission to vote for trump. they want to make sure that he's not crazy and i think that he met that standard. >> there was another comment that made him really mad. listen to this comment and we'll talk about it. >> typical politician, all talk, no action, sounds good, doesn't work. never going to happen. our country is suffering because people like secretary clinton have made such bad decisions in terms of our jobs and in terms of what's going on. now, we look we have the worst revival of an economy since the great depression and believe me, we're in a bubble right now and the only thing that looks good is the stock market but if you raise interest rates just a little bit, that's going to come crashing down. we're in a big, fat, ugly bubble and we better be awfully
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careful. >> what was your reaction? >> that's true. one of the best lines of the entire debate. it went unnoticed as everyone was talking about his sniffing or he's a sexist. >> why is that a best line? >> nobody says it and it's true. there's been a massive increase of wealth at the top end driven by our monetary policy. 98% of gains go to the top 1%. that's a result of the actions taken by the federal reserve. they have created a massive and looming debt crisis that everyone is finance is aware of and doesn't say publicly. congress says we can't control the federal reserve. really? why are you there? this is a looming problem that nobody mentions and good for him saying so. >> joe trippi said it was about white educated voters staying in the hillary clinton column away from donald trump. did donald trump do anything to get them? >> yeah, i mean that's the line. look, that's the category that's embarrassed to say outloud that they voted for trump. again, i think he met the
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standard for sanity and not being embarrassing. he's winning is the bottom line and i think he's still winning this morning. >> some day i would like to meet that standard. tucker joining us today from the windy city. thank you very much. see you over the week. >> thank you. >> that's the most serious interview we've ever had with tucker. >> serious topic. donald trump doubles down on his challenge to hillary clinton. >> release my tax returns defense my lawyer's wishes. when she releases her 33,000 emails that have been deleted. as soon as she releases them, i will release. >> all right. we're going to ask hillary clinton's campaign chairperson that question. john podesta joins us live. >> hey, john.
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donald trump joined us earlier touting overnight polls saying that he won last night's debate. what does the clinton campaign have to say about that? here to respond is the clinton campaign chairperson, john podesta. what did you think about the debate last night? >> we felt really good about it. she came in prepared, ready to talk about the economy, all the issues, she has specific plans and i thought he came in unprepared and kind of fell apart particularly toward the end of the debate. so, you know, we looked at the overnight polls and cnn had it 62-24. the focus groups that were being done realtime they had her winning, so, you know, i know
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that was maybe a poll of bright bart viewers. >> variety is saying that donald trump -- putting donald trump at 54% and hillary at 45%. >> we'll see what the real polls looked like and what the american people say. they saw someone who is strong, who could take on the job of commander in chief, i think inexplicably, donald trump tried to bully his way through. >> what about at the end? >> i think he has a history of saying really terrible things about women and she call him out. one of things she's done, she's never attacked him except with his own words. i think there's a natural credibility to that. if you are just calling him out for things he's actually said, i know he like to pretend that he didn't say him, when he -- easy actually said, i think people naturally believe, okay, that's
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a fair charge. >> did she walk away feeling like, whew, that was pretty easy? because many people are claiming that lester holt was in her camp because he did interrupt trump 30 times and only hillary 19 times and they really didn't talk about the email issue too much and lester holt didn't ask her questions about the clinton foundation and benghazi? >> look, we have a kind of rule in our campaign, and you are complaining about the moderator, you are losing, so even when matt lauer did the commander in chief interview and we felt internally that was unfair, we never said anything about it. i think what people saw and holt i think put them on notice that if he tried to rewrite history on his early support for the iraq war, if he tried to rewrite history on his support for bertherism when gave him his political boost in public life, that he would call him out and he did and i think it was -- i
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think on balance, it was fair. >> to be fair, you guys were upset with matt lauer. does that mean you felt like you lost the forum? >> no, i think that we felt like, you know, we just don't complain about the moderator, and i think that the trump side shouldn't do it either a little bit. you know, i think rudy giuliani, i saw he was on the show earlier today, said that if he was given advice to mr. trump, that he would tell him not to go to the last two debates. we're worried about that. we're thinking they are up in trump tower saying given the performance he turned in last night and particularly given the next one is a town hall which he infer really answers citizens questions, maybe they are giving a second thought to actually agreed to do these debates. >> i asked trump and his son eric what was the highlight, what was the best moment for mr. trump. what was the best moment for hillary? >> i think her opening comments. >> talking about her granddaughter. >> what about the future, what about the economy and she talked
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with her granddaughter and her second birthday and thinking about that and what she wanted to do to build the economy. >> please tell her i would love to interview her. coming up next, we have laura ingraham. >> thank you. if you've gone to extremes to escape your nasal allergies...
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whew. okay. >> there was a big debate at hofstra university. >> oh, really? >> you think third debate at hofstra. this is the third time they have gotten the first debate. >> joining us live from new york, we've got laura ingraham. good morning to you. >> is it morning? i was on hannity at 2:00 in the morning at hofstra. monica and i were in the car, laura, you are going to have no time for "fox & friends." sleep in your eye make-up. just take off the foundation. >> i love what you do with the shaping. excellent. >> i left my rouge on from sunday. >> you took a little too much
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off on the top. >> let's talk a little bit about the debate last night. people were tuned in. she didn't pass out. she didn't cough. he didn't look crazy and he had -- he had a temperament that seems presidential. >> i think that montage, whoever just edited that montage did a great job, fantastic. i think that actually did capture last night. strength, strong, he comes out pretty much every answer like i'm in charge. i understand that the people who watch every question say we should have -- he shouldn't have left this on the table, he should have mentioned the clinton foundation, i was doing that because this is what we all do. he's a builder. he's a businessman, he's an agent of change in the community and he wants to change washington. i think if you just do debate scoring, maybe she came out a little bit ahead, but today, it's still the same election as it was yesterday. it's a changed election. >> keep in mind, there was momentum. if the polls stay the same, that
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means the momentum stop. do you think he's going to continue? >> we'll go into the debate and i'm not sure. i don't know. i think this election last night, we saw someone as he said who has been around for 30 years and she does have experience, but the experience is one of failure time and again and that stays with you in this debate. i don't think that leaves -- even if hillary is polished. she looked good. she obviously did have the stamina. i think each of these experiences for trump will be a learning experience. she's done the one-on-one debates time and again. >> what does she need to do to prepare for the next debate? >> i think it's helpful, i'm going to be meeting with newt gingrich in toronto. >> aren't you on the same side? >> we do. but we're debating two crafty liberals. hillary clinton is part of the corruption machine in washington. we've seen what her ethical ratings are and for good reason. she profited of her position at the state department when she was supposed to be serving the
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people. that's one. number two, she says the economy is fine. do you think the country is going in the right direction? dunction? i don't think so. >> the middle east is in chaos. she applied all of her frequent flyer miles to being secretary of state, but it didn't work. i'm going to put you first and no matter what gotcha questions are asked tonight, you are still my number one priority and i'm really grateful to be here tonight and i'm really learned a lot in the last year. those moments of grace we've all seen trump have, i want to see those in the next debate and a little bit of charm, a little punch, charm, strength. i think it had bits and pieces of that last night. i want to see that little bit more. >> there was a lot of smug democrats today and saying see, i told you so. he couldn't perform on the big stage. way most people are looking at this. i think most people are looking
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at this hillary clinton can talk a good game but in the end what did her policies and actions accomplish for the every man. whether the debate was scored on her behalf or not, in the event, i don't think that matters. i really don't. >> independents undecided, that's the key. most people talk to their own parties, you are not going to get a real response. what poll do you look at to see really ths my bellwether. >> i want to see the college polls after the debate and the women voters after this debate. when hillary came out this is how you treat women? all you have. you've been in public life for three decades. you are doing the eighth grade thing on me. people don't like the media. lester holt gave her a lot of assists. rudy giuliani was right about it. no doubt about it. trump was expecting that.
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the media is not going to be 100% fair to a conservative republican. not going to happen. >> you mentioned the talking points. he needs to have three or four talking points. we asked him about that. he said sometimes it's hard when you are asked a question something total off benghazi to get it back to benghazi. it's hard to get it back to the talking points. >> she did it last night. she did on the woman question. they weren't talking about the way he treated women. they were talking -- i can't remember what it was, but she dove tailed it back to by the way, look, this is what i'm focusing on for the american people and i think that's a good question but let me take it -- let's take a step -- let's take a step back and let's really look at the broad picture of what's what's happening in america. there are rhetorical tools that you can use that you have to practice. >> we don't even know what the question was. >> every person watching this is with a notepad and going okay, she got this. he didn't mention benghazi.
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she made this point and he didn't mention the clinton foundation. most people want a strong america and things to change for the better, whether they are partisan or not. they want things to be better for our country. >> you just mentioned benghazi, clinton email and the clinton foundation. those are things that lester holt never asked about it cyber security, he asked it with a straight question to hillary clinton. >> trump didn't pick it up. >> he got grilled on tax returns, iraq war, birther thing, brupts. >> those are all to be expected. the birther question that's at the top of the list. >> how do you think he responded to it? >> i think he spent too much time on it. what i would have done is said, oh, really, first of all, i put that to rest. lester, why are you obsessed with this question and do you think at this point it's -- the point is where president obama was born or what was born out of eight years of failed policies? you take one of their words, you turn it and you make your point
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but you don't -- i wouldn't have spent five minutes on it. >> it was painful. we don't want the back story. >> we want the story of america, and i want a few more an he can dotes from the australia. we want more an neck dotes. janet came up to last week. a single mom, two kids. not enough money in a bank account for a rainy day. i'm here for her. we need moments of grace, moments of personal narrative and story telling that stays with people. >> here's an example, the you have a guy that decided to invest in wealthy high rises. that's where he wants to invest. other people wants to make wine or beer. now that he's traveling the country, i'm fascinated when the cameras are down, what is it like to meet a group of people in different areas of the cities and in suburbs that you never before? what have you lerpd from traveling the country and at the
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age of 70. >> and we all learn, don't we all learn when we travel around the country. i know he learns. i know he's deeply touched. >> he was moved by detroit. >> i think donald trump in detroit and donald trump maybe in mexico, those are moments that are for him -- it's a narrative he wants to repeat. you can't do that every time but it's good to have a moment where you step back and you say, you know, as we're closing tonight, i want to say what a privilege it is to be here. >> flooding the louisiana. >> oh, he was phenomenal. the idea that donald trump is a businessman and doesn't care -- that's ridiculous. i think most people see that and know that. you need to drive that home and put hillary away in the next debate. you can't wait until the third debate to put her away. i would put her away in the next debate. absolutely. >> we were talking about the green room area, because of the way we watch tv, the average person at home walking in and out, going into the kitchen. >> he looks pretty good. he's not insulting her and she's
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looking better than she looked on 9/11. it's a draw. >> she was conscious. >> yes, exactly. the metaphor didn't play out, but i think most people watch this and they think, huh, they are still at each other's throats and my life is probably not where it ought to be. >> the town hall, people are going to be asking questions. tell me about the skill setses he brings to the table, is that going to be harder? >> when you see him one on one with people, that's his strength. he's so kind and gracious to the individual, to the mom, to the factory worker, so the every man, and you see him, whether it's on the street or in a crowd or even at one of his venues, his clubs, the people know he really cares. thank you for what you did with my family last week, i really appreciate that. we need to see those moments. just because you were criticized
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on certain points, you don't have to respond. you know something, i understand why you are makering that point but let me tell you the way i see it. i get what you are saying there, that's a good point. i don't quite agree with the way you've framed it. let me tell you about my story what i've seen in america. take it down a little, down a notch, listening is a good thing to do. >> some are comparing him to bill clinton. when i met donald trump for the first time, he was talking about the ratings on our show, i don't even know what the ratings are necessarily. >> but he cares what you are doing. >> he had looked it up. >> put your arm around someone and say, gosh, thank you for being here for me. thank you for spending the time with me. thank you for sharing your concerns. he does that beautifully. i hope we see that at the next debate. >> in the big picture, it might actually come down to a ground game that i know the rnc is extremely confident on. it might come down to money. we've not seen any television ads coming up with any consistency. very curious to see if this very
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different -- different style of campaigning is going to change politics for alone. >> ads alone don't really do it. i think you need to have some presence on the air waves. they have to be more than cut-paste flag raising. it's got to be faces of america. you need some sunshine on the end. i'm coming. help is on the way. the sun is about to come out and i'm on your side. i want to see those ads come out i'm on your side. the big donors, they are with her and i'm with you. >> laura ingraham is getting ready to do her radio show. >> what do i know? i'm just a radio person. more debate reaction still ahead, including our interview with donald trump's son eric. >> he could have gone in so many different directions. he could have been much harder on her in so many ways. he could have taken the low
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road. >> and this one ended with another special guest who kept coming up. his name kept coming up during the debate. >> i can't wait to see who that is. >
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right after the debate last night, donald trump and his entire family walk into the spin room where we were last night. >> the lions den and start interviewing with so many media outlets. i got a one on one with donald trump and he talked to so many people at fox and other channels. we also had a one on one with eric, his son. >> how did you think he did and how hillary do? >> i'm thrilled. he did amazing. i was proud of him. we all had big smiles on our face. i was really proud of him when he walk off that stage. >> what moment stood out? >> i think when he was talking taxes. my father wants to reduce taxes across the board. he wants to put this nation back
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to work. it's very simple. >> hillary accused your dad of being racist? >> i think it's very sad. she perp traits it everywhere. she's spending $3 billion in negative ads. we have bombs going off in new york, jersey, minnesota, we have isis on the rise. the middle east is a total hornet's nest. she hasn't fixed any of the problems. we need better leadership. >> she was driving people to do her website to do fact checking. was that a missed opportunity? >> i think people saw a totally scripted candidate versus somebody who speaks from the heart and off the vest. that's a politician who has been doing it her entire life. my father has created tens of thousands of jobs. hillary has never created one job. >> people said he needed to stay
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cool and in control and he did tonight. wasn't as exciting of a debate to watch as some of the ones in the past where things got a little out of control. >> he could have gone in so many different directions. he could have been much harder on her in so many ways. he could have taken the low road and i think she did in many instances during the debate. he took the high road. i think he did win. i noel win. we're leading in states that have never been won by a republican before. we're leading in colorado and nevada. he stayed cool tonight and as a son i was so proud of him. he did an excellent job. >> what do you give credit to? evan a career politician. has he learned along the way or is it his new team? >> i think my father was himself. he spoke from the heart. i think he did a lot of preparation. that served him very well tonight. >> how did your dad prepare? >> we did a lot of preparation, but his way of preparing is surrounding himself by the smartest people, the best people. he's been traveling everywhere with general fl flynn and
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kellogg, and so many incredible people. people at the top of their respective game and he talks with these people and dives deep into respective topics. he doesn't flash cards with written sentences on them. he travels with the best people and surrounds himself with the best people. >> he used sean hannity -- you became -- sean, you became the joe the pluplumber last night. >> you remember that. we would argue. it was friendly argument. >> about the iraq war. >> his ears must have been ringing. he mentioned sean-ity's name like ten times in the middle of the debate. >> all right. coming up, on this -- it's tuesday. >> that's right. personally invited by donald trump was goldstar mom karen vaughn. she had a front row seat at the debate. she and her husband are going to
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good morning to you. and welcome back to "fox & friends." thousands today in the midwest are bracing for devastating record-breaking flooding. the cedar river is expected to crest in cedar rapids, iowa, later this morning. the city putting up temporary flood walls and forcing 5,000 people to evacuate as it braces for what is possibly catastrophic water levels. and 400,000 people could
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soon be without teachers, the chicago teachers union voting to strike next month. they have been going back and forth with the cash-strapped school district for more than a year over contract and pension negotiations. those are your headlines. donald trump had a handful of special guests in the audience last night, including our next guest, karen vaughn and her husband. >> they are goldstar parents. their son was killed in 2011 in afghanistan. >> after her death, they -- after his death, they made it their mission to speak out on military issues. >> joining us now karen vaughn and her husband billy vaughn. thank you so much for being with us. >> thanks for having us. >> so sorry about your loss. why is it important to support donald trump after the loss of your son? >> well, i'll go first. we need a safe america again. this administration and their
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policies along with hillary clinton have utterly failed american citizens. they have failed the u.s. military and, you know we just need safety, security, we need somebody who will say what they mean and mean what they say and we definitely need somebody who believes in the people of this country, instead of, you know, knocking off 25% of them as deplorables and different -- >> 50%. >> 50%, but 25% of the entire population, you know, basically. she calls deplorables which was never brought up last night. >> a number of questions they never did. you were in the audience, you were told by everybody to pipe down. even if you wanted to make some racket. how did you abide by that? >> i did well all night long, except when mr. trump asked about his irs, by the tax returns, which is not against the law. the irs is governing him and he said if you would release the
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3,000 emails and the place erupted and i fell in line there a little bit. >> did anybody nearby go tsk-tsk? >> i got a oh, god. just dismissive just like hillary treated donald trump all night long. just dismissive. >> everybody you've had on this morning has been experts and they have been doing this a long time but i wouldn't be here today if my son hadn't died. you all wouldn't listen to anything you would have to say. i'm speaking to you as just a guy from out there and this is what i see. i see a man with passion when i look at mr. trump. i see a man who wants to make america better. no, he doesn't say everything right. he doesn't say it in the way that mrs. clinton or the seasoned politician or somebody who has been there most of my life would say it and this morning you had mr. podesta on here and he talked smooth just like mrs. clinton, but he's been with mrs. clinton and the clintons all these years. he knows all the bodies are
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buried. in fact, maybe he helped shovel dirt on them. >> and president obama. >> and she can't separate herself from the last eight years. she wants it both ways. she wants to talk about good things things are and things that need to be done to fix things and one of the key things she said last snooirnths to retrain our law enforcement. this is exactly what mr. obama and mrs. clinton in the state department did to our military and it caused needless sacrifice and lives lost because of this retraining. >> gets your take with somebody who has skin in the game with the loss of your son. when they say donald trump is acting irresponsibly when he says if iran is going to buzz our ships, they are going to hear from us. you saw they buzzed our ships in the persian gulf. they have taunted as the russians and chinese have done and as north korea taunts. is that showing that donald trump wanting to respond
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aggressively is the wrong leader? >> this is what i'll say about this. one of things that impressed me the most about mr. trump besides his passion, he has continually surrounding himself with good people. people that americans can trust. people that have a good track record for standing up against our enemies, people that have a track record for putting america first, and people like me out there because i don't talk to the people you all talk to here, but people like me out there in the country, red necks, just common everyday people and who are working -- i'm concerned too. mrs. clinton is concerned about her grandkids. we've got six. we're not going to leave them a country like my son and our daughters grew up in when we continue down this road that mrs. clinton wants to give us. mr. trump is surrounding himself with people who will make this country are people who needs it make great again. karen, your son is a navy s.e.a.l. and he fought for this
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country. he had two children. leaves those behind. you have six grandchildren are you fighting so hard for trump because you believe he's going to turn this country around for your grandkids and prevent other kids like your son from dying? >> that's absolutely why i fight. add to go what brian's question was earlier, and that combined is that aaron was seven-year-olds when ronald reagan spoke those famous words, mr. gorbachev tear down this wall. he didn't say let's send -- sit down for a beer, let's funnel you cash in the dark of night. he said tear down this wall. what happened, the wall came down because in that era our word meant something. people knew you did not mess with the united states of america. we were the balancing factor across the nations and that's what we believe mr. trump can provide again through strong leadership. we have been leading from behind for 7 1/2 years and the world is in chaos because when there's a
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vacancy of power with good people, the bad people will fill that vacancy and that's exactly what we've witnessed. >> such powerful words. kelly and billy vaughn joining us today from stuart, florida. thank you. >> honored to be here. >> honor to have you. all our best to both of you and your two daughters. >> thank you. straight ahead on this tuesday. donald trump took the high road and refused to attack the clintons personal past on the debate stage. was it the right move or a miss the opportunity? trump campaign manager kellyann conway is next on "fox & friends." if you've gone to extremes to escape your nasal allergies...
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extremely rough to hillary, to her family, and i said to myself i can't do it. i just can't do it. it's inappropriate. it's not nice, but she spent hundreds of millions of dollars on negative ads on me, many of which are absolutely untrue, and i will tell you this, lester, it's not nice and i don't -- i don't deserve that. >> donald trump coming under fire for what many critic say was a missed opportunity to take down hillary clinton once and for all. so did he make a mistake? >> here to react is donald trump's campaign manager. kellyann conway. . it was an exercise in restraint. it's a presidential virtue. i think his restraint in there what millions of americans had on their minds, really, she's going to take you on on a
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comment you've made here and there about women and yet her husband has admitted to having affairs and of course including one with an intern in the white house when he was president of the united states, paid out a settlement to paula jones. the last time i didn't sexually harass someone i didn't pay them in a settlement. i'm not going to do it because your husband and your daughter are here, and then he went on to say, and yet this doesn't stop you, hillary clinton, from running hundreds of millions of dollars of negative ads against me. those are just the ads you see by the way. we have these mail pieces that are about trump and women going to independent republican leaning women in states like florida. we just got those yesterday brought to our attention. i think this will grow in importance the next couple of days when people realize what he didn't say, what was con speckous about his absence. it doesn't mean people won't think it.
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>> yesterday was historic, first time we've seen a woman on the presidential stage. first time you've got somebody who is not a professional politician, a businessman. >> maybe ross perot. >> and you've got -- he's got many opportunities to take shots at her. you've got to do some training ahead of time and it was revealed that apparently he didn't do the standard debate prep where you get in a room and you answer questions for 90 minutes. given how the first one went, will there be changes in the second one? >> he did a lot of debate prep. people are trying to diminish how incredibly serious he is. he didn't need to run for president. people run for fame, status and power. he had all of that. she's the one who has got that typical d.c. political resume. hey, this should come next. i waited my turn. i'm next. i deserve it. but when it comes to debate
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preparation, he did take rapid-fire questions for quite a while from a number of us and he handled them beautifully. i thought some of the questions last night were completely predictable. we knew they were coming. we know what the obsessions are particularly in the mainstream media so that didn't come as a surprise, but i also think donald trump if he's guilty of anything, it's answering every question thoroughly. as opposed to her deflecting. anybody watching that debate last night did not see in hillary clinton a change-maker, a disrupter, somebody who can credibly say with a straight face she's going to change the status quo in washington. if you are worried about your job or having a well-paying job, you are concerned about chronic wage stagnation, and if you are thinking they are radical, he
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took the case right to her, especially on matters like trade and isis. basically holding to her account for her record and for president obama's record on those issues. >> mr. podesta was on our set earlier about an hour ago. >> campaign manager. >> for hillary clinton. and he said if you attack the moderator, then that means you have lost the debate. now, keep in mind, they attacked -- >> matt lauer, terrible, because she was so awful in that command are in chief forum. >> i asked him about that. so what do you think about that? do you want to go after lester holt? i mean some -- did you think he was fair? >> so mr. trump and i have both said publicly and i'll repeat it here that lester holt did a good job, he did a great job under very tough circumstances. one of things that nobody is ever satisfied with is why wasn't this or that issue raised, i saw your graphic earlier that donald trump was being cross-examined on a number of issues. you listed them there and that didn't happen with hillary clinton on benghazi, emails.
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mr. trump had to mention emails. >> pay-for-play. >> that's right. the state department. >> kploerbles -- deplorables. >> the fact that she's for late term abortion. she did a total change on gay marriage. she ran in 2008 emphatically running on traditional marriage. there are many things that weren't asked. that's why it's important to have full-fledged campaigns in between these debates. i think it's too bad that people had to wait to tune into a presidential debate to see what hillary clinton feels on issue. unless awr a fat cat at one of her fund-raisers, you don't get to hear that. contrast to donald trump on his way to florida, he will have a long day in florida, and he will be in chicago tomorrow and wisconsin. why? >> after going -- >> he's bringing the case directly to the people.
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>> and he went to the spin room. >> i'm glad he did that. by the way, we should point out, while we had donald trump on the program, we invite hillary clinton on the program every day. same thing. >> she's always booked. >> any time she wants to accept that -- >> she's preparing for the next debate. exactly. on this tuesday, donald trump hammering hillary clinton her p. >> i'll take the admirals and i'll take the generals any day over the political hacks that i see that have led our country so brilliantly over the last ten years with their knowledge because look at the mess that we're in. >> so who made the better case for national security. pete hegseth and former u.s. senator scott brown join us live straight ahead. brian. i'll take it from here, steve. let the spin begin. i'm going to take you inside the spin room. don't ask me what happens. i can't give it all away. here's mark cuban.
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>> good morning. welcome back to "fox & friends." we have breaking new details coming overnighted on the shooting death of keith lamont scott. police now say he was carrying a stolen gun when he was shot and killed in charlotte. a burglar telling police that he sold it to scott. this as it's revealed that scott's wife had filed a restraining order against him last year. she told police that he had a gun. he hit her and threatened to kill her. we now have new information coming in on that body camera footage you are about to see. we want to warn you it may be disturbing. police say that there is no audio associated with this video. at the beginning because the officer didn't turn on that audio until after the shooting, the only video can be recovered from that time period and not that audio. new details coming in this morning on the death of miami
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marlins star pitcher jose fernandez. tmz is reporting the 24-year-old spent his final hours partying at a miami hot spot before that deadly boat accident. this comes as chilling new text messages showing he may have been upset before the crash that also killed two of his friends. one of messages coming in from a friend saying that they should stay close to the shore and keep jose cool. that friend writing back, don't worry, it's not my time yet. wow. those are your headlines. last night, when the debate ended, it was time to get interviews and perspectives as possible. they call it a spin room. picture a huge gym with a lot of rugs. a lot the vips mixed in with security. the spin room as it was. >> it starts here. ♪ ♪ >> i thought that he looked presidential.
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i thought that was the main question on the table tonight. >> i think he did really well. >> she looked like the commander in chief. she looked prepared. even if you don't agree with everything she said. >> the hillary clinton camp shis she won and the trump camp thinks he won. we're in the spin room to find out what's next and what it's going to do to the polls. >> i don't think we're going to see any serious change in the polls. i think the electorate is too polarized. >> when with you look at the policies, i think trump made the best point, what kind of experience does chef? it's bad experience. >> how did the moderator do? >> i think he did a good job. it was unfortunate mr. trump was the only one who mentioned her emails and the question was hey, what about your emails? >> what was it like watching for you for the family. >> i think it's always more intense for us than it is for
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him. he was a lot calmer than we were going into it. >> tiffany, what did you think? >> i think he did fantastic. >> there's mark cuban after his sparring session with megyn kelly. what did you think? >> this was new to me. i thought donald was kind of flustered. >> not in the beginning. >> no, right off the bat. i think she won the first quarter. she -- he won the second quarter and she ran away in the third and fourth quarters. >> donald? >> it really felt great. we want to save this country. our country is going so bad, brian, you know it, you know it, and whether it's jobs or illegal immigration, you saw the 800 people that became zens and they were supposed to be deported. our country is in serious trouble. i think it really went great because i was able to explain it and based on the online policies, i thought i did a great job.
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>> first time one on one. that was a big difference. compared that to the republicans. >> the republicans are very smart. when you compare ted cruz, and marco rubio, it was good training for me, frankly. i enjoyed that and i very much enjoyed tonight. but brian, you know this, it's about making america great again and i think we're going to be well on our way to doing it and you've seen the polls come out. i saw you this morning with the polls, the polls came out on your show. >> you came out surging today. do you think this will continue the surge? >> i think so. we have to do a lot in our country and you know what came out to me more than anything else, she talks about all the things she's go to do, where has she been for 26 years? >> fine. one place she wasn't was the spin room. for the major candidate to come into the spin room, you don't see that every day. >> unbelievable. he talk to so many people didn't he. >> and john podesta told us, was he surprising to you that donald trump came out.
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he goes nothing surprises me with donald trump. we never considered hillary coming out. >> sean hannity was getting this exclusive with him and everyone in that room knew to go over where sean hannity was in a dressing room area that was blocked off with these sheets. everyone with their cameras was around that and security was everywhere too and donald came out of that interview with sean and started talking to everyone else. >> i fell like i was there. >> you just can't remember because we're all sleep-deprived. straight ahead on tuesday, donald trump hammering hillary clinton on her plan to fight isis. who made the better case for national security? pete hegseth and scott brown reporting for duty next. let's check in with martha maccallum. >> great to see you guys. debate number one is now in the books. sort of sinking in to the conscience of the country. she went at it hard. she was studied, smiley, he was stern, counterpunching.
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we'll see what you guys thought and folks th here thought. we'll all looking at the big night when we see you at the top of the hour.
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how to keep america safe. >> national security, donald trump touting all the support he's getting from i.c.e., border control agents, and from the military. >> joining us is pete hegseth and scott brown. what did you think last night, senator? >> when it comes to national security and world affairs, i thought donald trump has had a natural advantage all throughout this process, when you look at the problems and he touched upon it, i don't think it well enough when it comes to all the
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problems with isis, they didn't leave a quick reaction training force in iraq and now you have isis, which is formerly al qaeda, iraq. russia, boko haram not being name a terrorist group. the middle east is a mess. i think he hit that appropriately and to think that she's going to go in and fix it i think is almost laughable. >> she tries to spin the iran deal as success. when you ask her sporters, they point to that, which is clearly falling apart and enriching a regime that is very dangerous. donald trump passed the test yesterday. this is a reasonable person who will make sound decisions. i may not agree with him. he can be chander in chief. i think he did that. >> he absolutely showed that he greatly loves and cares about america and making america the world leader, so our allies trust us and our foes here us.
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i want to be feared -- i want our foes to be feared by us, economically, jaeshl, militarily, i want that and hillary doesn't do that. >> are you disappointed that he missed the opportunity to go after her on the email scandal and benghazi? the foundation? >> i would have loved a question about va. she probably won by a tick, singles and doubles, no home runs. he's got an opportunity. i've got too much in the weeds. i need to answer it and tell people what i want to do. >> absolutely. and one last thing, on law and order, she talk about wanting to retrain the cops? >> really. >> they didn't appreciate that. >> they don't want to hear. that's not what america wants to hear. >> thank you, guys. more "fox & friends" moments away. to my small van, i invented the fold-o-matic 5000.
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about a nap. [laughter] >> like an hour sleep last night. >> if you have to run for the tv run for the radio, we have a great show. we'll talk, believe it or not, about the debate. >> "america's newsroom." bill: good morning everybody. debate number one is in the books. did it change the mind of voters. that's what we're looking at this morning. hillary clinton, donald trump showing off in showdown in verbal action, but who came out on top. we say good morning. welcome here to "america's newsroom." off we run. martha: interesting night, right? good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum. the night started out cordially. they came out, they shook hands. that was the interesting first moment. pretty much after that the gloves were off for both of them. they argued about trade, taxes, fighting terror, race relations got into ugly discussion. they exchanged their fair share of some personal jabs as

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