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. to clarify, the charlotte cops, they say keith scott was found with a gun that had his fingerprints on it. the gun wasn't registered to him but it was stolen, and the thief says he sold it to keith scott. fox on debate,@megankelly on twitter. >> hillary, i ask you this. you've been doing this for 30 years. why are you thinking about these solutions right now? >> the candidates clashed in an epic presidential debate showdown. i have a feeling by the end of this evening i'm going to be blamed for everything. >> trump offered substance while a robotic hillary clinton repeated her memorized lines written by somebody else. laura ingraham and herman cain are here to react. >> you are going to approve one of the biggest tax increases in history. you're going to drive business out. >> then trump hit clinton hard over big government economic proposals. ari fleischer and austan goolsbee will weigh in. >> look at the middle east, it is a mess under your direction.
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>> and trump exposed her history of foreign policy failures. >> he didn't ask her about the e-mails at all, he didn't ask her about the scandals. >> plus blatant media mainstream bias, lester hold ignored clinton's major scanned always. "hannity" starts right here right now. >> welcome to "hannity." so tonight it was bill as he debated a century and it did not disappoint. last night's presidential showdown between donald trump and hillary clinton was the single most entertaining and most-watched debate i've seen, and facts are facts with nielsen ratings. it highlights how out of touch i argue the mainstream media is with you, the american people. now, a female viewer to this show sent us a note. i think it sums up perfectly when she said this. she said, i thought he did well until i started watching the after shows and they mentioned all of the lost opportunities. now, if you listen to the elites and the punditry on television
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and radio, they universally think hillary clinton won the debate, but millions of you, americans, voting online, you thought trump won the debate. let's take a look at a few of them. drudge report. trump winning 82 to 18. cnbc, 68% think trump won. "time magazine," 55% for trump. brightbart 76%. fortune, trump wins there. slate magazine, and it goes on and on. got to be fair, the clinton news network, cnn, they had hillary winning to be fair. as you can see there are many, many others, but the question is this. how could the mainstream media try to say otherwise? the answer is quite simple. there are two very different standards by which the debate you saw last night is being judged. now, just look at these numbers from gallup. congressional approval rating now at 20%. look at this. trust in the media just hit an all-time low, only 8% of the american people think that they have a great deal of trust or deserve a great deal of trust.
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we also cannot ignore in almost every exit poll in the republican primary, remember this, it showed a majority of americans republicans felt betrayed by leaders in washington. this gets to the heart of what happened last night. now, if you are a typical journalist, typical politician you are using a standard i argue no longer exists for real-life americans. now, these prepared zingers of hillary written by somebody else, perfectly memorized, robotically uttered by her, that's old school. that's outdated. i would argue out of touch. now, the core of clinton's argument remains the same, more taxing, more spending, more regulating and repeating obama's failed economic policies except she is going to take demonizing corporations, attacking the rich to a new level. she will be president obama on steroids. are you ready for that? have the last eight years been good for you. clinton fundamentally denies the truth of how dire the economy
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is. but the american feel it. like lester holt denied the reality of where we are as a country. here are the real numbers lester should have broad up. lowest labor participation rate since 1970s. americans have the worst economic recovery since the 1940s. the country has the lowest homeownership rate in 51 years. there are almost 13 million more americans on food stamps, another 8 million more americans in poverty, over 43 million americans live in poverty. median household income is lower than in 2007. today in america, one in five american households don't have a single family member in the workplace. one in six american men ages 18-34 are either in jail or out of work, living in mommy's basement. president obama will leave office having accumulated more debt than every other president, all 43 other presidents before him combined. now, african-americans, they have been disproportionately
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impacted by failed policies. there's been since obama's president a 58% increase in the number of african-americans on food stamps. there has been a 20% increase in the number of african-americans who are not working. they're out of the labor force. now, this is the great divide. americans know this. you're living this. these are real people, real suffering, brought on because of washingtonso the debates about standard, let's memorize our lines, let's regurgitate them robotically and get our zingers in there that somebody else wrote, well, that's disconnected from the real suffering of real people caused by government. now, my overpaid friends in the media, well, they have their chauffeur-driven limousines, they like their fine steakhouses and expensive wine lifestyles. none of them are feeling this. the people you are watching on tv. therein lies the contempt. how can we afford all that hillary clinton proposed last night when we have 20 trillion
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in debt and 120 trillion in unfunded liabilities? watch this. >> let's have paid family leave, earned sick days. let's be sure we have affordable child care and debt-free college. we can deploy half a billion more solar panels. we can have enough clean energy to power every home. we can build a new, modern electric build. >> i thought that's what solyndra was about. what she is proposing is mathematically impossible. in the african-american community donald trump rightly brings up in chicago this year alone over 3,000 people have been shot. of course, 3,676 people have been killed since obama became president just in the windy city. somehow hillary clinton says, well, everything is just fine. we have failed the african-american community, and also we're failing the country. they're failing schools, crime, poverty, drugs and as you know the list goes on and on, and hillary doesn't seem to care
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about these facts, the media doesn't care about the facts. they just want the vote every four years of black americans and the democratic party demonizes republicans and calls them racist. it shows how disconnected she, liberals and the media are from reality today. obama care is another perfect example. now, lester holt last night didn't even bring it up or point out that clinton wants to expand the big government program that is crushing you, the average american. remember all of those broken promises about keeping your doctor, keeping your plan and saving $2500 per family per year? none of that happened. the average family lost their doctor, lost their plan, and are now paying on average $4,100 more per year for employer-sponsored plans. our friends in washington dc don't seem to care about this, they have great plans. same contingengoes for friends media, great plans. on foreign policy, hillary clinton can't say radical islam.
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that didn't come up last night except for donald trump, but the elites in the media don't care about that either. they're also refusing to acknowledge the death and destruction she created as secretary of state. they want to talk about birtherism. isis is spreading all over the globe including right here in america. libya, complete chaos. iran, the largest sponsor of state terror, they got $150 billion richer thanks to hillary and obama and the nuclear deal. all of the gains, 5,000 americans fought, bled and died in iraq and afghanistan and ramadi and tikrit and mosul has all been given back to isis by way of hillary clinton and barack obama's bad policy. hillary says it is a mistake. what if it was your son or daughter that died? flat-out ignoring and disregarding the thousands and thousands of american kids who lost their lives and limbs and her saying it is a mistake, we need to learn from it? now, my point is d.c.
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politicians and the media, they don't seem to care that much because either they're not the ones fighting, bleeding and dying and they're not the ones suffering, and therein lies the pole divide. the media, they have thain spin. the pundits have their spin. the politicians have their spin. you, the american people in poll after poll you saw a very different debate. here with reaction. editor in chief of nationally syndicated radio host laura ingraham, and he's also a fox contributor, nationally syndicated radio host, herman cain. i have never seen, laura, a disconnect like this. you have a list of polls, donald trump wins. you watch tv, hillary clinton wins. do you agree with this, disagree with this? >> think there's a divide that runs through almost every issue that is animated this campaign season, sean, from the effect of globalization, these big trade deals that hillary claimed last night she was so skeptical of, which is ludicrous, the immigration question, how we
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should process things like healthcare and the refugees and how we should even pursue our foreign policy interests and goals. that divide has been there for actually a long time, and we kind of papered over it in 2004, the republicans came together and elected george w. bush, but for some years we haven't dealt with that divide. i think a lot of candidates came along and rejected the idea of a more populous conservatism that trump has i think embraced. and they just decided they weren't going to do that. trump takes these issues and as a billion aaire he comes off mo blue collar than a lot of the guys that have been on capitol hill for a long time that claim blue collar roots. i think last night you saw the authenticity. you know, he doesn't do this for a living. he hasn't been debating for decades in washington, but he is -- you know, he has common sense and pragmatic thinking and he's frustrated that america is moving at a glacial pace with a
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non-recovery recovery. that frustration at times came out last night, but i think people understand he is frustrated because he wants america to grow and be prosperous, to be safe, and for people to be happier. i thought that part of it really hit people last night, even if he missed some opportunities to score some points. >> yeah, listen -- >> the authenticity is real. >> i would agree maybe he shouldn't have been defensive at times about his taxes and some other issues, but can you imagine, herman cain, going into this debate i would tell you that the moderator wouldn't bring up the clinton foundation, deleted e-mails, wouldn't bring up benghazi, wouldn't bring up refugees or to build a wall or saudi arabian money hillary takes, none of those came up, but they talked about birtherism. >> sean, your opening monologue was the best statistical monologue you have done. what you have basically illustrated, and i will get to your question in a minute, is
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when american has a cold, black america has pneumonia. thank you for saying that. here is why. many black voices won't tell the truth to the black community. you just did. trump, donald trump is telling the truth to the black community. now, you're absolutely right. i thought lester holt and nbc, that they were going to rise above showing that liberal bias. they didn't. the reason that they didn't is because of the liberal bias that they showed by not asking about the things that you identified. that was probably my biggest disappointment in lester holt and nbc. the fact he said, these are my questions, no. those were nbc's questions, and it showed that bias was there. if you look even further -- and one of my callers on my radio show pointed this out eloquently. the questions to trump were leading questions to put him on the defensive.
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the questions to hillary were all lay-ups, and lester didn't do any follow-up questions. so thank you for saying what a lot of people will not say -- >> sean. >> laura. >> sean, i think herman is right. of course, holt didn't bring up any of those things. the questions were very personal, went to so-called scandal or, you know, miss deeds, supposed missdeeds when it came to trump. none of those things were mentioned. this is where it is really important for the nominee to say no matter what happens, i'm going after the clinton foundation, i'm going to hit the corruption in washington, we're going to hit these sky rocketing costs of healthcare, go after her position on refugees and hit the pay-to-play at state department, using her position to sell access and speeches for her husband in donations to the foundation. no matter what happens, you as a candidate need to get those points in. i think you'll see that happen in the next debate. >> i agree with that. >> you have to get it in. hillary did that, she did it
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with tax returns >> think she fired every bullet in her gun. every memorized, robotic attack somebody wrote for her she got in. >> right. >> i would agree, i think there's an opportunity on all of these issues i mentioned, you know, deleted e-mails and the server. >> that's the prosecutor. >> and benghazi. i think there's an opportunity for trump to bring all of those things up. but the fascinating things, holt interrupted trump 41 times, hillary 7. asked only six questions of both candidates, but 15 questions only for trump. it was wrong on iraq, the economy and stop and frisk. he was wrong on three candy crowley's in one debate, we'll get to that later. but the online polls show trump won. what do we take out of that versus the punditry class? that's what i want to ask both of you. >> i think this election is about whether you think we're going in the right direction or not. hillary has a record of public service, trump does not. trump was a private citizen, yet
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help is trying to hold him to the same standard she won't hold herself to when she was secretary of state or senator from new york. that's one thing. people are looking at the country now, the crime in the streets, the out-of-control borders, stagnant economy and dreams being dashed as we cater to dreams of the illegal immigrants. people are sick of that. he has to keep coming back to that she has never created a single job. that's what people want, a future that's bright and truth told to them, and that's what he did for the most part. >> at the end of the day, there was one big test for trump coming in, can he be presidential. i think he passed that test with flying colors. >> i think he passed that test. he was calm, and the fact that the online poll said trump wins, it is not about winning or losing but it points out what you talked about earlier. there is a disconnect between the american people and the liberals, and the fact that the online polls were so overwhelmingly in favor of trump, that says that, yes, the
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liberals and the democrats think the american people are stupid, and those polls show they are not stupid. >> and, by the way -- >> that's the bottom line. >> this happened in the primary, too. it is going to be -- it is a fascinating 43 days from now. guys, thank you both. coming up we have highlights from donald trump's rally tonight in florida. but first -- >> you are going to approve one of the biggest tax increases in history. you are going to drive business out. >> last night trump hammered hillary clinton over her disastrous economic proposals. austan goolsbee, ari fleischer weigh in next as we continue. t t you owned your car for four years. you named it brad. you loved brad. and then you totaled him. you two had been through everything together. two boyfriends, three jobs... you're like nothing can replace brad. then liberty mutual calls... and you break into your happy dance.
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latin american news headquarters. former president shimon peres has died. his death comes two weeks after he suffered a massive stroke. he had been hospitalized since then. peres served as president from 2007 until 2014. israeli president that is. he also served twice as prime minister during a political career that spanned 66 years and earned him the nobel peace prize . the showdown between hillary clinton and donald trump was the most-watched presidential debate in history. according to nielsen it drew a wopg 84 million viewers. the previous record was set in 1980 when incumbent president jimmie carter battled ronald reagan. that debate threw over 80 million viewers. next debate will take place sunday, october 9th. back to "hannity." you are going to approve one of the biggest tax increases in
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history. you are going to drive business out. your regulations are a disaster and you're going to increase regulations all over the place. by the way, my tax cut is the biggest since ronald reagan. i'm very proud of it. it will create tremendous numbers of new jobs. but regulations, you are going to regulate these businesses out of existence. >> donald trump last night going after hillary clinton over her economic proposals, and after a very strong debate performance donald trump is now back on the campaign trail, holding a rally in the key swing state of florida. here are some of those highlights. we are going to win florida so big. going to be amazing. this is a movement like they have never seen before. never. last night was very exciting and almost every single poll had us
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winning the debate against crooked hillary clinton, big league. big league. [ cheers and applause ] she is as crooked as they come. for 90 minutes i watched her very carefully, and i was also holding back. i didn't want to do anything to embarrass her. but i watched her and she was stuck in the past. for 90 minutes on issue after issue hillary clinton defended the terrible status quo while i laid out our plan, all of us together, to bring jobs, security and prosperity back to the american people. [ cheers and applause ] and joining us with reaction former white house press secretary ari fleischer and former obama economic adviser, he got us into the mess and
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statistics i told you about in the last segment, austan goolsbee. let's talk about the difference between so many online polls. >> yeah. >> and the media punditry class, what do you think. >> first of all the polls are not scientific but they point in one direction. i do think, why are all of the media organizations taking these polls if you can't talk about these polls? so today they hammered donald trump for referring to them, but they're the ones who published them. >> cbs, slate, "time magazine." >> you can go down the line, there were many. they do it for click bait, but if they're going to do it what is wrong -- >> you have to count them. >> that's right. >> it shows an enthusiasm. do you think what i'm saying is true that the old model paradigm zingers, memorized lines, feld to you by somebody else, i don't think it is going to resonate. there's no better debater in the country than ted cruz, national debate champion, and he struggled with donald trump. >> well, history shows it doesn't matter who wins or loses at debate, the voters make up their minds on a wider range of
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issues. so this election is testing so many things people used to take for granted that donald trump proved wrong from the primaries all the way through now. the question is can he close the gap. he's still according to the average of the scientific polls is down two to three. what i would like to see him do in the next debate is cool it down a notch. >> really? >> yes, because i thought hillary clinton came across as calm and cool. trump came across as hot. i think she got to him and needled him on a couple of issues where he became defensive. >> i think that's the best you were going to get. it was not like in the primary. he was disciplined. especially at the end of the debate. austan, what is your take?e pol not what you want to look at because they're not -- >> 12, 14 of them mean nothing? >> they're not representative. if you set a bot to keep voting, you can get massive bloating in favor of one candidate. obama has been a beneficiary of online polling in debates when every one agreed and the actual
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polling showed that he had not done well in the debate. so i wouldn't convince yourself -- >> what about the economic statistics, all of which are true, that i laid out in the first segment? >> look, as i told you last night, sean, they set a low bar for donald trump and he banged his head on it. you know he didn't win when he had a victory party that he was scheduled to go to and he skipped the victory party. you don't skip the victory party. >> he has never had a drink in his life. i don't know a victory party was ideal for him. >> look, he organized it. i think he would be better to follow ari's advice and try to tone it down and bring his ag e a game to the debate. it was a different venue that the primary debates he had but he did not do well. >> i disagree, but i would add two things to what he did. number one, i wouldn't answer hillary's questions about tax return until she is willing to give her wall street speeches, which i would love to see those. i think the second thing is he
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can bring up benghazi, bring up vetting refugees, deleted e-mails and saudi arabian money. >> and he forgot to bring up supreme court nominations. when your opponent accuses you of something, you get in and turn it around on them. he spent two defensive minutes on explaining why he was against the iraq war from the beginning. he should have turned it against hillary. look, sean, you are trying to disparage someone who did debate prep and calling hillary clinton robotic. people are saying they don't think donald trump did his homework and didn't make an effort. i disagree. i think it is hard work to make yourself look at bass add you did. >> okay. very clever. >> when sthe accused him. >> here is the problem. >> she spent 15 minutes. >> if you are suffering under
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the economic policies that you helped put together, that has resulted in 12 million more americans on food stamps and 8 million more americans in poverty. >> no, sean. >> and doubling of our national debt -- facts -- and 95 million americans out of the labor force, i don't think it matters she memorized a equip or line or an attack. >> hey, sean. >> because why double down on stupid. >> man, you got to get out more. the sun is still shining during the day. you may have seen this morning the consumer confidence numbers came out for america. >> yeah, okay. >> american consumers have the highest confidence since 2007. >> and you ignore all real facts. >> if you are concerned about. >> you think the gdp -- >> sean. >> it is not affecting somebody without a job or on food stamps. >> your concern -- >> you're a rich professor. >> you're the rich guy. i'm a teacher. i will trade bank accounts with you. let's trade. >> i'm not doing that. >> i'll take one of your bank accounts, i'll happily trade.
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>> he doesn't have to get it -- >> right, have hillary confiscate it. coming up, clinton wasn't asked about the benghazi terror attack that left frour americans dead at the debate last night. was she given a pass? mark geist joins us along with retired lt. gen. mike flynn. later tonight. >> the african-american community has been let down by our politicians. they talk good around election time like right now, and after the election they said, see you later, i'll see you in four years. donald trump continued his outreach to the african-american community last night. larry elder, niger innis will weigh in as we continue, straight ahead. what's it like to be in good hands? like finding new ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else, like claim free rewards... or safe driving bonus checks. even a claim satisfaction guaranteeeeeeeeeee!
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that's another beauty where you have a country that was ready to fall, i mean they were doing so badly, they were choking on the sanctions and now they're going to be actually probably a major power at some point pretty soon. hillary has experience, but it is bad experience. we have made so many bad deals during the last -- so she hat got experience, that i agree, but it is bad, bad experience. >> donald trump going after hillary clinton's abysmal record during her tenure as secretary of state last night during the debate. joining us is one of the coauthors of 13 hours and one of the american heroes during the benghazi attack, mark geist. also with us the author of the field, the fight, lt. gen. mike flynn. both happened to be in the audience last night. i would have like to have heard a little bit, mark, about benghazi, a little bit about her failure. not one question. to me, they wanted to talk about birtherism, which i thought was ridiculous. what was your reaction in the audience? >> well, you know, sean, i think
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it just goes to show the bias that was there with the moderator, with lester. you know, they never followed up on any question -- donald trump was the only one who brought up anything about the 33,000 e-mails, and then it was brushed aside by the moderator. you know, i think they missed an opportunity to show america the type of leader she is going to be. i mean we have to look and see if this is the type of person we want, who is going to be leading our country, that ended up putting people in harm's way for strictly her political gain. >> you know -- >> and that goes all the way back to 2011. >> general, if you look at the money for the clinton foundation, if you look at the e-mail server scandal, the money they took frsaudi arabia, vetti refugees, building a wall, not talking about benghazi, supreme
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court. they missed a lot of serious issues last night. >> let's get down to the brass tacks, sean. the birther issue was raised and benghazi was not raised. you know, the birther issue didn't result in four dead americans. the birther issue didn't result in a failed nation state in libya. i mean so for that not to have come up is unbelievable. so what we have, sean, and this is the big decision for the american public, and i will tell you millions of americans are jumping on board with donald trump because this is a change election. donald trump and millions of americans are unbound by the past failures of the last eight years and the startup of that was where hillary clinton was the secretary of state. i mean we're talking about a past that has caused the rise of the islamic state and now we're talking about islamic state inspired attacks in somewhere around 25, 30 countries now, we don't know how many, but
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unbelievable. also, the contribution to numerous, numerous failed states as well as, you know, one other aspect i think, as well as allowing our military to atrophy. those are the past failures that this election is causing the american public to wake up and say, hey, we don't need this any longer, we don't need this type of past set of failures. frankly, this goes back for 30 years, sean. so this is a big, big change election. frankly, you know, as i looked at what -- and i was there at last night's debate. i saw donald trump being very presidential. he was sticking to policy. he did not, you know, get down into the lows of some of the things that hillary clinton raised. i mean, you know, the business about racism and really talking about, you know, stop-and-frisk, they were so wrong on those issues. those are the kinds of things that the american public will hear more and more about this week. >> yeah.
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and lester holt himself was wrong with stop-and-frisk. >> he was totally wrong. >> he was wrong about iraq and the economy. he got everything wrong. >> that stop-and-frisk policy, sean, is a constitutionally correct policy that has led to a lot of -- a lot of lives not being lost. >> the judge was thrown off the case, but we're running low on time, guys. >> exact reply. >> good to see you both. thank you for being here. up next tonight right here on "hannity." >> the african-american community has been let down by our politicians. they talk good around election time like right now, and after the election they said, see you later, i'll see you in four years. >> donald trump during last night's debate continued the reach out to african-american voters. larry elder, niger innis are here, coming up next on "hannity."
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the african-american community has been let down by our politicians. they talk good around election time like right now, and after
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the election they said, see you later, i'll see you in four years. the african-american community -- look, the community within the inner cities has been so badly treated, they've been abused and used in order to get votes by democrat politicians because that's what it is. they've controlled these communities for up to 100 years. >> all right. that was donald trump reaching out to african-american voters last night, all while pointing out that democrats including hillary clinton have been taking for granted african-americans and their vote for decades. joining us now nationally syndicated radio talk show host from the salem larry elder and from the tea party movement, lar larry niger innis. failed black americans out of the lab force since he has been
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president, disproportionately impact by statism and the democratic party. >> absolutely. but i wish he had talked about the 800-pound gorilla in the room and that's the absent black fathers. the reason 73% of black kids born out of wed lock is because of the welfare state, policies pushed since the so-called war on poverty since johnson that, allowed men to abandon their financial and moral responsibility. it wasn't larry elder or brightbart or you said that this, a kid raised without a dad is five times more likely to end up poor. that was barack obama. is question is what happened to the black family. the answer is the welfare state has destroyed it and the democratic party has blood on their hands. i wish donald trump would have taken the audience of 90 million people and explained it to black people and ridiculous bond black people have with the democratic party that hurt them in terms of family, schools. you can't take your kid out of a
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bad, under performing school because of the wedding they have with the teacher union, minimum wage. a black kid used to be at one time in this country more likely to have a job than a white teenager, but minimum wage has made them not to be able to price themselves under the going rate. democrats have done all of this to black families, and donald trump should have brought that home. he had a chance to do it and i wish he would do it in the second and third debate. >> niger, if you take two issues, the wall, illegal immigrants competing with americans for jobs, 95 million americans out tv labor force, disproportionately impacting the black community in america, and you take the issue of getting rid of common core, top down, hillary clinton, nea supported education, give it back to states, local communities, 11,600 per student we spend, you can transform not just black america but the entire country? >> absolutely. put on top of that an idea a friend of mine down in florida gave to me that's a brilliant idea, he said, unplug the department of education and replace it with trump
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opportunity scholarships. that would blow away the democratic party. >> norts takes the $11,600 per student per capita we spend for the worst results considering the amount of money we invest and give it to the families and let the families decide? and i think families would decide the schools that require excellence and uniforms and discipline, no gangs, no drugs. you know, go to school, hands on the desk, apple for the teacher and go. >> and it is the civil rights revolution of our time, and actually trump has said that as he visited cities like detroit and milwaukee. he went into the city and said i'm going to promote school choice. if he would do that with trump opportunity scholarships it would be amazing. >> larry, that is predicated on a belief that every child is born with inmate talent and abilities, and we just have to give a little sunlight, a little food, a little water and, loand behold, there's no telling the heights people can reach if they have that foundation of a good education. >> right. and it is based on not telling black people that they are
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victims. according to "the washington post" last year 965 million were killed by the police, 250 of those were black, 500 were white, just a handful of them involved people that did not have a weapon or were not otherwise kmg a police officer. by contrast, 400 people were injured by lightning last year. it is rare for anybody to be killed by the police, let alone an unarmed black person, but the democratic party convinced black people they're a black people they're a victim and they go in and pull the lever for the democratic party and it has to stop. >> is it going change? >> it is going to change. think it terrifies democrats that trump is resonating in the black community. if it happens, it is over, landslide. >> do you agree? >> absolutely agree. the number one reason blacks voted for obama was not because he was black, but because he was a left wing democrat and black and they assumed he was going to help the economy. as you know, black net worth
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down, black poverty up, homeownership down, the so-called wealth gap between a black and white family hasn't been this wide in 25 years. he hasn't delivered on the reason obama was voted for. >> coming up on hannity. >> they didn't ask her about the e-mails at all. he didn't ask her about her scandals. he didn't ask her about the benghazi deal that she destroyed. >> donald trump shares his thoughts about last night's debate moderator lester holt. doug schoen and mercedes schlapp weigh in. that and more straight ahead.
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didn't ask her about the e-mails 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 that she should have been asked about. i mean, you know, there's no question about it. >> why do you think that is? >> he didn't ask her about her foundation. why? i don't know. i mean, you know, i didn't think he did a bad job. >> all right. donald trump on fox and friends talking about last night's debate. here with reaction fox news contributor mercedes schlapp, author of the brand-new birth, putin's master plan to destroy russian global power and the influence there.
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author doug schoen, i got it backwards a little but you know what i mean. they didn't taco bauma care or e-mails exempt trump brought it up, didn't talk about benghazi, vetting refuse ygees, the wall,y missed a lot. >> they missed a lot. also in fairness donald trump missed a lot. >> he should be bringing it up if they don't. >> yeah. i think we talked before the debate, change in corruption. donald won the exchange i thought on trade. he made it clear 30 years was too long, but there were so many openings for him to say, we need change and new direction, radical new approach, and most of all talk about corruption. >> you know, i don't disagree with anything that you're saying. mercedes, is that a case where maybe whatever the questions asked, he's just got to kind of do what hillary did and recite her memorized lines? is that something -- >> look, i think that if the moderators are not willing to bring up the tough questions, donald trump cannot wait. he can't afford to wait. he's got to make sure that he
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makes his case about the fact that there is a lack of transparency coming from hillary clinton, the paid-for-play activities, the serial pattern of dishonesty. i think that this is a lesson learned for donald trump from this debate. so i think for him it is going to be critical to move and pivot towards focusing on hillary clinton. whenever someone -- whenever the focus was on donald trump, that's when he was just trying to, as one campaign adviser said, he's guilty of just answering directly. >> yeah, you know, there is some truth to that. when hillary brings up, oh, i want your tax returns, well, he did bring up the deleted e-mails but he could have also said as soon as you release the speeches you were paid $250,000 an hour for. >> you know, sean, that's the place where good preparation comes into play. from what i know the secretary of state prepared, prepared, prepared. >> right. >> and donald was not. had he been, had he had those kind of response lines, we might have had a very different -- >> let me ask you this, because
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it's very interesting and it seems to be a disconnect between the punditry and people, real people. >> yes. >> and that to me is my fascinating takeaway from this, but it existed in all of the primary debates. >> right. >> it doesn't matter if he robotically memorized -- >> it exists here. i think this will not change the underlying poll numbers. >> at all. >> not really. >> no. >> i think it will be stable maybe a point or two for the secretary, but we're in a tie, sean. we were in a tie before, we will be in a tie after the dust settles. >> mercedes? >> well, i think, you know, i really wanted donald trump to close the deal. i think it was a learning experience for him. i did feel that hillary clinton really came across as sort of a mean school principal who was going to put you in detention. i think for donald trump, what i think what he needs to learn are -- i call them trigger words. if hillary clinton calls you a racist, how should donald trump respond? sean, basket of doims. >> that was another one for gotd
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en, basket of deplorables. >> if donald trump is hiding something, he needs to think, wait a second, you hid your e-mails and private server. i think that's key. >> you know, trump university, she used everything she has got. >> right. >> and she is going -- >> and he has a lot let in his arsenal. >> and she is going to keep using it. >> again and again. >> because repetition is the key to politics. she knows it. she does it well. >> all right. >> the key is hillary cannot connect. the passion is with donald trump. that is why you're seeing the poll numbers quickly shift. i think for donald trump he performed like help to perform. next time he has to close the deal. >> and he didn't close the deal, nor did the secretary. >> thank you both. coming up, when we come back we need your help. a very important -- yeah, kind of predictable question of the day straight ahead.
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that's all the time we have eve. let not your heart be troubled. back with you tomorrow night. thanks for being with us. hello and welcome back. i'm brit hume and this is "on the record." tonight from fox news new york on the day after the big debate. donald trump is about to take the stage for his first post debate rally. we may go to that and tonight the real clear politics polling average shows hillary clinton with a 2.4 point lead in a two way race and 1.6 point lead in a four way race. she is now up to 68.7 to 29.6 to win in the betting odds race. >> during the primary season, analyst had

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