our interview with dr. ezekiel emmanuel which we will post on our facebook page. and what do you think of his plan to raise the penalties on the young people who don't sign up? thanks for watching, everybody. i'm megyn kelly. this is the kelly file. see you tomorrow. tonight -- >> american people know we need to make a change. >> the race for the white house shifts after a very strong debate performance from governor mike pence. >> donald trump's running mate is here tonight in a hannity exclusive. >> my economic agenda will be very, very simple. jobs, jobs, jobs. >> then donald trump is back on the campaign trail ahead of his second showdown with hillary clinton this sunday. laura ingraham is here to weigh in. >> if you can't meet nixon standard -- >> i can't understand either one of you when you speak over each other. >> constantly interrupting
senator tim kaine falls flat with voters. >> i think we're still on my time. >> here with a dial test -- >> this is the craziest thing in the world. >> plus, bill clinton bashes obama care and back tracks. all of that with rudy giuliani here and hannity starts right here right now. >> welcome to hannity. tonight indiana governor mike pence is giving the trump campaign a big boost after his performance last night at the vice presidential debate. the governor focused on substantive issues that mattered to you. the american people and voters. despite of course being interrupted by his opponent, senator tim kaine, whopping 72 times. there a video montage of all the instances where kaine tried to cut in, over 4 1/2 minutes long. here are just a few examples. >> heavy-hand aid proech. >> you said vladimir putin -- >> hang on. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, senator. >> vladimir putin is a great
leader. >> senator we do have -- >> and donald -- >> hold on a second. >> my time. >> just never -- >> why did he say that? >> look, you know -- >> not exactly the way he means it. but i'm telling you. >> look. >> can you defend it? >> you want to use it live. >> our brush against -- >> he also said -- >> this is important. >> how many families -- >> let -- >> the families -- >> huge trust -- >> for themselves. >> joining us now on the cable exclusive is 2016 republican vice presidential nominee indiana governor mike pence. governor, 72 times, what were you thinking? >> hey, sean. good to be with you. i was honored to be there. i know some people say we might have won the debate. i leave that to you. and to others.
>> i think everybody says. >> well, i think -- i think donald trump won the debate. i think donald trump's vision to make america great again won the debate. and i said that today at rally in virginia. and tonight here in pennsylvania. and i really think that vision for a stronger america at home and abroad, if we -- if we did any good last night, it was that we were able to communicate that vision and the clear voice of the american people face. and i was frankly humbled and honored to be able to be there on his behalf. >> both on twitter and in speeches earlier today, donald trump was praising your performance. but yet you still have liberal media outlets say be oh, donald trump's angry or so on and so forth. i don't believe the media. but i want to ask, is there any truth and did you talk to donald trump after the debate? >> i talked to him a couple
times after the debate and couldn't have been more enthusiastic and encouraging about congratulating me. and again i have to tell you, i'm so honored to stand with donald trump in this campaign. he has given voice to the aspirations and frustrations of the american people like no american leader since ronald reagan. and to be there, on that stage, and with my family all present and so many remembering us in their prayers to make that case. just a great privilege for me. he was excited about it. i was humbled by his encouragement. we just got our head down here on the with us trail. i know he's out west and drew another big crowd today. we're just going to put our head down and keep working to drive that message about his vision to make american great again and really the failed policies of hillary clinton and barack obama that have weakened america's place in the world. stifled america's economy and
they promise more of the same. we will make sure that is clear to the american people in the next 33 days. >> so after two debates, very clear what the clinton/kaine strategy is. they want to dump the kitchen sink on donald trump and what donald trump said 20 years ago, what he said here, and there and everywhere. the one thing that came out loud and clear last night is you weren't having any part of that. you were talking about substantive issues. and that means i don't think hillary and kaine can talk about the last years of the economy when we have doubled the debt. lowest labor participation rate. worst recovery sense the 40s. 12 million more americans in poverty. 8 million more on food stamps p. how can they possibly defend that? they want to double down on that. as you pointed out, want to raise taxes. increase spending. that's off the table, right? they can't talk about the economy. that's why they talk about
trump? >> well, look, and don't leave out foreign policy. >> that was my next question. >> literally she travels the world and americans are less safe today than the day that barack obama became president of the united states. the world is more unstable today and to your point our economy is struggling. their answer is more of the same weak ineffective foreign policy leading from behind. more taxes, more regulation, more obama care and to be able to be on that stage and lay out that contrast to the best of my ability last night and lay out donald trump's vision. for a strong broad-shouldered american leadership on the world stage. rebuilding our military. cutting taxes. repealing obama care. having smarter and tougher trade deals. just very encouraging to me. to your point, i have to tell you, to hear tim kaine go through their litany --
>> their -- it is robotic. i will repeat what they told me to say. i will repeat it again. that's what i felt i was watching. >> and then, and here is the insult-driven campaign, there must have been a focus group somewhere. hillary clinton said half of donald trump's supporter were a basket of deplorables. irredeemable. not america. and the only thing she ever said she regretted was saying half. the point of the matter is that we've got major challenges facing the country today. at home and abroad. as i said in virginia and said in pennsylvania here tonight, is you know, this campaign is about restoring strong american leadership at home and abroad. getting this economy moving again. upholding our constitution. holding the highest standard of integrity. in the highest office in the land. and donald trump and i will keep focussing on that agenda to make
america great again. >> frank lunds will join us later. he was with a group in ohio. 24 of the undecided voters gave the debate to you, only 4 to senator tim kaine. the best line that he dialled from you last night is what you just said and that is about the basket of deplorables and po, 0 30,000 e-mails. interestingly, the worst line was tim kaine again bringing up donald trump's taxes. and i thought it was very effective. are you saying, senator, that you pay more than what the government and the law says you are supposed to pay? you know, who is going to pay more? if hillary want to pay more, i want to hear that. i want to see that she did that. because she once deducted her underwear or bill and hillary deducted underwear on their tax returns. >> i have to tell you, that was a remarkable moment. i don't think i ever got an answer from senator tim kaine
but i did say, do you take deductions? i take all of our deductions. donald trump, obviously, tax returns that came out in the last week showed the 20 years ago, donald trump hit some hard times. literally. he had enormous losses in his businesses yet he found a way using the laws of his country to brilliantly steer his way back from those operating losses to create a business that is worth billions today that has employed tens of thousands of americans. and that's the kind of come back america needs today. donald trump is going to lead an american come back. stronger america in the world. a growing economy here at home. one that's built on the foundation of upholding our constitution. our most cherished ideals and if i was able to communicate that to anyone looking in last night, i'm grateful for the privilege. >> of that, he wrote the art of the come back.
in the new york times of all places. because they broke the story. they said that this is, you know, one of the greatest come backs. here is where i see this election going. with 34 days out. it seems this is a big a choice an election as i've seen in my lifetime. and i follow politics everyday, as you know. we will either raise taxes or drop the corporate rate to 15% and innocentive advise business to build manufacturing centers and factories here. we're either going to be energy independent or put coal companies out of work, coal miners out of work. we're either going to put supreme court originalists or activists on the court. have a president that says radical islam or not. a president that vets refugees as intelligence officials tell us to do or not. but because isis will infiltrate. we will either build a wall, protect borders for national security and economic reasons or not. we're either going to put education back to the states or not. a story today, 215 vets died,
according to an ig report, because our v.a. failed them again even stril. this is as big a choice as i've seen. do you think the american people are going to see that? do you think that they are sick of the robotic lines of hillary and kaine as this 34 days unfolds? >> well, it's my hope that american people will see. this isn't an election between one leader that will take america this much further up and one that will take one a little less than that. i say this all the time. it's why i joined this campaign in heart beat. this is a close whether we will continue to go down hill to weaker america on the world stage to a struggling american economy walking further and further away from our constitutional principles or whether we will stop, turn and, and march back up the hill to a
stronger america on the world stage. stronger military and economy that is growing and constitutional principles that are adhered to and respected. i think it is a choice between up and down. i have to tell you the crowds that i see, enormous crowds that come out for donald trump at every rally, hundreds of p em that come out to our rallies today and in virginia and pennsylvania, are all evidence that there are more and more americans ef single day, seeing that choice clearly and they are going to choose to make donald trump the next president of the united states of america. >> is it one of the most important decisions, any executive makes, as the people that they hire and put around them? didn't that come through loud and clear that he made pretty good choice with governor pence as much as you won this debate. you won it on substance p. you were nef on defense. you weren't going to play their game. and you exposed their tactics. do you see trump appointing a
lot of people like you if he's elected? >> number one, i'm very humbled by your kind comments. but there's no question, the way he -- the way he led in business, is because he has the capacity to draw around him women and men of enormous caliber and enormous ability. i'm humbled to be a part of this team. but i'm just a part of a world class team. if we have the privilege of of serving, i promise you there will be a great american wum back for all of the american people. i couldn't be more humbled or honored to be part of it. >> we better reverse this decline. we're in deep trouble. great job last night, thank you. >> thank you, sean. and coming up, laura ingraham is just ahead. last night's vp debate with a group of undecided ohio voters p. wait until you see what they have to see.
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second to respond and i have a question on hillary clinton -- >> all right. that is last night's vp debate moderator and joining u fox news contributor editor and chief national syndicated radio host. as annoying as kaine was, every time pence is making a good point, if kaine didn't interrupt him then she did. this is driving me nuts. >> all those points, sean, we were talking about last week that we were ank anxious to have mentioned in the first debate, the server, the foundation, or the stuff with the border. all of that was, they were just great point and every time he started to talk about it, oh, mr. pence -- and she never did that to kain pep kaine routinely didn't answer the question is asked and she didn't interrupt him. i noticed that right off the bat. but pence just talked right over here, i loved that. >> and it was so effective.
he didn't even lay a glove on him and he just sat there. okay. here comes the robotic list i'm going to mention every time. they aren't talking about 12 million more americans on food stampes. 8 million more in poverty, doubling the debt. sitting there talking about radical islam. i don't care what trump said 20 years ago. that's getting old. >> i don't think most people care about that. they are continuing to shift the discussion to that. if the narrative stays on america in decline, china on the rise, and this is how i'm going to make things better, you will have more money in your pocket if i'm president. if you want job you will be able to get a job, better opportunity and have more money for your family. if that's what conversation is, trump wins all day long. >> so there's a big battle going on. i was in the new york post today between martha raddatz and anderson cooper. let's go back to the first
debate. lester holt from the opening question predicated on false notion about the economy. then on trump and iraq. then on birtherism and other issues. watch how wrong holt was in the first interview. >> there's been a record six straight years of job growth and new census numbers show incomeses increase at a record rate after years of stag nation. a lot of these are judgment questions. you had supported the war in iraq before the invasion. what makes your -- >> i did not support the war in iraq. >> perpetuated a false claim of the nation's first black president was an natural born citizen. you questioned his legitimacy. stop and frisk ruled unconstitutional in new york because it largely singled out black and hispanic young men. >> no. you're wrong. >> wrong on stop and risk. wrong on hitting hillary and the memo and blumenthal pushing birtherism, wrong on the state
of the economy and wrong on trump's position on iraq. this is now two on one every debate now. >> right. i think trump has to go in to this debate on sunday just knowing that. i think he does know that. i think he knows this is their goal. their goal is to make sure he doesn't become president of the united states. their goal is not to make him look better. their goal is not to let him finish a thought. their goal is to help him, you know, retire or go back it reality tv. he has to know that and stay right on point. it's not about him. it's not about his business. it is about the american people and about making this country, his motto is great again and how he's going to do it. hillary has no record to stand on which is why he is doing that. this is the people's government, as he said o yesterday. it is not about me. it's about you. i like that. i think that's a good turn of phrase he used yesterday. and i think we will see more of that. >> last point. what advice maybe learning something from last night, what advice do you give to trump? what should he take out of this
debate going into sunday's debate? >> i think mike pence showed a lot of grace last night. and graciousness. he complimented tim kaine and he talked about his faith which i think is important. and he thanked the people for being there. which trump did as well. but i think at that moment of grace, a little charm. little more smiling. donald trump is very charming. really, he is a people person. i think this forum could be excellent for him if he remembers those things. a note of grace, a note of strength. a note of, you know, humility. a little bit of that goes a long way. and i think it just reassures people. he does that. i've seen him do that. it is really inspiring. >> also as ceo, he picked his first -- his closest guy. what does a great ceo do? they put good people around them. >> exactly. and pence was terrific. >> thank you. and coming up, last night he actually dialed a vp debate with
the focus group of undecided voters in ohio. wow. by a huge margin. they say that governor pence won. more than 80% as a matter of fact. plus, hillary clinton and donald trump get ready to square off during the sunday night second presidential debate. this one in st. louis. we will hear from rudy giuliani in studio. and much more. you can run an errand. (music playing) ♪ push it real good... (announcer vo) or you can take a joyride. bye bye, errands, we sing out loud here. siriusxm. road happy. my insurance rates are but dad, you've got... ...allstate. with accident forgiveness they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. indeed. it's good to be in, good hands.
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let's play the tape. >> heavy-hand aid proeed approa. >> i do want it get back to the question at hand. >> thank you. >> thank you, senator. >> praise vladimir putin as a great leader. >> we do have that coming up here. >> in the meantime. >> she add clinton foundation accepting contributiones from foreign governments. >> donald trump -- let me talk about this. >> senator, i think i'm still on my time. >> isn't this a discussion? >> let's talk about this -- >> and let me interrupt you and finish my sentence if i can. >> hillary clinton failed to renegotiate status of forces -- >> no, that is incorrect. >> we remove all of our troops from iraq and -- >> i would like to move on to the -- >> i would like to correct -- >> president bush -- >> that was not good. what did the audience say? >> they were complaining about
it verbally. in fact this is the loudest group i've hosted all year. they are watching a tv. the tv cameras are off as they watch the debates. they were complaining and complaining about tim kaine. as the debate went along kaine dropped further and further and number one reason is because they thought he was rude. they thought that he -- he wasn't listening to what governor pence had to say. he wasn't listening to the moderator. and sean, this is a number one rule of debates other than don't trip when you take the stage. most important is, do not, do not talk over the moderator. >> what would donald trump watch in this take out of this? he is a bit of a fighter? combative? what should he learn from this? >> there are five things. i'm glad you asked. number one is that they want specifics. so trump should give them exactly what he is going to do in the first 24 hours. and the number one thing the american people want him to do is forensic audit. because they ate wasteful watching spending. engage the audience the way
pence tried to engage senator kaine. ask the audience a question, sean. this is a town hall debate. third, a very simple question. is america safer today than it was eight years ago? mike pence asked that question and it is one of his highest dialled moment of the entire debate. fourth, to ask viewers at home, which of us is more likely to bring about the fundamental change that you all deserve? and finally, take responsibility. show humility. lower the decibel level because you are interacting with real people in that debate, an moderator. if he does those things, not only will he win the debate, i think he absolutely can win this election. but that requires connecting to voters in that manner. >> all right. let's dw to the issue, pence's best moment was when he finally fought back because kaine was so negative and just tried to dump the kitchen sink and repeat it
again and again and again. like a robot, i will say this about donald trump. i think it gets hold fast. but condemning hillary for her basket of deplorables comment. >> if donald trump had said all of the things that you've said he said and the way you said he said them, he still wouldn't have a fraction of the insults that hillary clinton levelled when she said that half of our supporters were a basket of deplorables. she said they were irredeemable. they were not american. it is extraordinary. then she labelled one after another isms on millions of americans who believe we can have a stronger america at home and abroad who believe we can get this economy going again, who believe we can end illegal immigration once and for all. >> that's pretty powerful moment. >> because the public is so tired of insults. what is interesting is that -- trump has attacked clinton but clinton was attacking the
american people. that is beyond the pale. if there is one moment that causes her to lose this election we will look back on the moment when she insulted tens of millions of people. a big mistake on her part. . she kind of walked it back. but if you notice she never said i'm sorry. forgive me. because there is no accountability with her. >> let's go to the e-mail issue. 33,000 e-mails deleted. and did you clean it with like a cloth? but now we know they used bleach. now we know there was a well orchestrated sophisticated effort to lie and hide these e-mails. this came up last night. >> 10 cents on the doll art clinton foundation has been a platform for the clinton's to travel the world, to have staff. but honestly, senator, we would know a lot more about it if hillary clinton would just turn over the 33,000 e-mails that she refuses -- >> let's get back --
>> senator tim kaine, if you had the intelligence -- senator kaine -- >> i think americans instinctively know something is corrupt there. >> we've asked the question, which is more important to you, to know what is in donald trump's tax returns or know what is inside the e-mails? we have been doing it now for about the last six weeks. 2.5 to 1. they want to know about the e-mails. the reason why is because trump's tax returns are personal. it is about who he is. those e-mails are about national security. and it is about the country overall. and so every time that she talks about tax returns, trump should talk about e-mails. >> yeah. >> e-mails and the speeches she gave for a lot of money. that would resonate too. the worst moment if trump about the tax returns you were just referring to. >> the trump organization is an octopus like organization with tentacles all over the world, whose conflict of interest could
only be known if donald trump would release his tax returns. he has refused to do it. his sons have said that the organization has a lot of business dealings in russia. remember the trump organization is not a nonprofit. it is putting money into donald trump's pockets and into the pockets of his children. >> as a side note, the trump sons contradicted that. but putting that aside, i think that most people also recognize 18 years of audits. that's really abusive. by any government agency. right? >> well, the public feels that it's all a scandal, all a mess. they are hoping that one of these candidate will step above and beyond all that. look people straight in the eye, as i am to you right now, and tell them what they think, how they feel. this election is up for grabs and key states, florida, ohio, pennsylvania are all within the margin of error. this town hall debate is donald trump's best opportunity to connect, to interact, to engage.
the first candidate that skis the audience a question, i'll bet you that's the candidate that wins. >> all right. frank you frank luntz. appreciate it. coming up, donald trump getting ready for his second presidential debate against hillary clinton. taking place sunday in st. louis. rudy giuliani will join us with a preview of what we can expect. and also tonight -- >> crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and people are working sometimes 60 hours a week lined up because their premiums double and their coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> i actually agree. craziest thing in the world p you heard right. bill clinton calling obama care the craziest thing in the world. now he is trying to pin comments. former governor of arkansas, mike huckabee, and ari fleischer will weigh in on that and more.
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hillary clinton has been there for 30 years and hasn't fixed anything. she failed overseas. producing only death and destruction. she unleashed isis. destabilized iraq. syria. libya. and put iran on to the path of nuclear weapons. she is merely the vessel for the global special interests bleeding our country dry. they are bleeding our country. >> donald trump earlier today going after his democratic rival, now governor pence had a very strong debate last night. will donald trump utilize some of his running mate's tactics in this sunday's upcoming town hall. swro joining us, rudy giuliani. how are you? >> really good. >> i think we all agree, governor pence did great. you've been involved in debate prep with trump in this campaign. what would you tell us to take from what pence did last night into sunday and the town hall?
>> do the same thing. >> yeah. don't answer any more questions. >> i have probably done 11 primary presidential debates and debates for mayor. and i was a trial lawyer for a -- >> you're a good debater. >> appellate lawyer and argued to the supreme court. i know a lot about this. last night's performance i would use in a class if i were teaching how to debate. >> it was really good. >> it was brilliant. and you could see he let his opponent become angrier and angrier because he wasn't scoring. the whole purpose of all those attacks on trump was to get pence to get into the weeds of the attack. and start talking about this and that and this and that. >> and donald trump did do a little of that in the first debate, answering birtherism, taxes, not paying people. >> he answered it all with one knockout punch. he said, you can add up all the
attack and let's say they are true, but a what your candidate said about the american people is much, much worse than that. >> isn't it get to pivot to this? hillary, i know you memorized your lines. >> of course. >> you're a robot. tim kaine is a robot. we've it for two debates but i'm running because we have 12 million more americans on food stamps. 8 million more poverty. 95 million out of the labor force. we have robbed our kids blind. and the answer part, i will lower taxes. corporate rate, 15%. bringing billions back and launching jobs. i'm going to put coal miners to work. you will put them out of work. that can deliver two states. >> sure. >> i'm going to renegotiate on trade deals so that when we send a car to mexico they can't charge a 20% tariff on us and we charge no tariff on them. it was stupidity of your husband's administration that cost us jobs in ohio and cost us jobs in michigan and cost us
jobs in indiana. and all over the country. that's what he has do do. >> i also thought it was good that as governor pence did the list, i don't know, whatever you want to call it, the list, list, list, list. >> phobias i have never even heard of. >> he just ignored it and talked about what they will do to fix things. >> and this intrinsic and look in the mirror hillary and maybe you're intrinsic. >> the only thing she's got is to convince the american people he doesn't have the temperament. she has a failed foreign policy. >> what did kaine do? spent two third of his time attacking donald trump and interrupting pence. very little defense of hillary
clinton's position and a little bit here and there but like obama warmed over -- >> and the other night, i set, i always new hillary was ignorant on foreign policy. i never knew she was this ignorant on the economy. she believes she will tax people more and bring jobs back. >> but isn't the real leader, the objective, one in new york city -- by the way, bigger than how many other governments in countries for crying out loud. >> probably both the states that they run. >> so my question to you, isn't one of the most important things that an executive will do is appoint good people? didn't mike pence show that donald trump a had made a great decision here? >> it is the most important thing you can do. when people praise me for september 11th, i say, the following. don't praise me. i was standing on the shoulders
of giants. and they think i'm being unnecessarily humble. not true. >> you believe that? >> i know it's true. i couldn't have done it. i couldn't have done it without the unbelievably heroic from the top people, from the people that were in the room with me, who almost died with me. and boy, they didn't break a sweat. they didn't break a sweat. all they were thinking about is how do we get out of here so we can help our people. to the construction workers who came to help me. thousands of construction workers. firefighters. police officers. rescue workers. the people, police officers that came from cleveland who i got to thank yesterday. and i met ten guys. >> i heard you add bigger crowd than hillary. >> i did. i had a crowd in two places that were bigger. >> you got to tell trump that. he likes his crowds. >> i sent donald a text. i said, i don't get your crowds but i'm doing good, i'm beating
hillary. >> coming up next tonight on "hannity" -- >> we have a system where all of a 25 million more people can health care and people are out there busting it sometimes 60 hours a week and wined up with premiums doubled and coverage cut in half. it is the craziest thing in the world. >> bill clinton calling obama care the craziest thing in the world. now trying to walk those comments back. we will weigh in next.
. welcome back to "hannity." so bill clinton is doing back tracking after saying this about obamacare in the week. take a look. >> people are getting killed in this deal are small business people and individuals who make just a little too much to get these subsidies. because there is a crazy system where 25 million more people have health care and others are working 60 hours a week, their premiums doubled and coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> craziest thing in the world. now, after those comments, they created a fire storm, bill clinton is now saying he
supports the disastrous health care law he was trashing. now, former governor mike huckabee and former white house press secretary ari fleischer. for a minute, he was passionate about it, ari? he do call him secretary of explaining stuff for a good reason. when the government takes hundreds of millions of dollars from citizens, yes, it can subsidize health care, not high quality, but health care for another citizen. but in the process, it's forcing working americans to pay higher premiums to lose their doctors and insurance companies. bill clinton put his finger on what is wrong with obamacare. >> what did you think of it, governor? >> first of all there was a real noois news headline in all of this. it was the fact that we have an instance where a clinton told the truth.
that is an bulletin. but the truth he told was significant. >> you're a great debater. go ahead. >> he was revealing what we all knew, that is that you can't dump millions and millions of the sickest people into an insurance program, and the rates are automatically going down. but sean, the single most important thing that happened as a result of obamacare, it's changed the way people in business are doing business. for the first time in american history, people are trying to figure out how to be small, not big. how to shrink business, not grow their business, no wonder unemployment is so high. you have people trying to keep their total employees under 50. the working hours under 30. and that is disastrous for economic development. >> i got to be honest. two clintons stumbled on to the truth this week. hillary was talking about bernie sanders supporters and in that tape, she's either trashing bernie sanders supporters that
are living in mommy and daddy's basements or revealing how bad the last eight years have been for the economy. the point i often make. 8 million more in poverty, doubling of the debt. which is it? >> there is obviousness to what is going on here, it's why the american people feel this economy and country are off track. that is because we have the weakest economic recovery going since the great depression. and it's probably because of all of the policies the president has put on business, regulations, and if you work in business, creating jobs, you feel the government is not on your side, and you never know when they're going to turn against you, again. that made business very costly. what the country needs, and this is where donald trump has a chance if he can focus on it, somebody recognizes what we go through so we can create jobs. and give americans a chance to make it again. >> let me ask you both, 30
seconds each, in light of mike pence great appearance last night and win last night, what advice do you give donald trump going into sunday? governor hucky bee? >> mike pence carried on a conversation. he was relaxed. he was prepared. tim kaine was canned and planned and overprepared. he was making a speech. and what pence did so brilliantly was having a heart to heart conversation. when donald trump does that, he's fantastic. that is what i hope he does onn >> guys, thank you. appreciate it. a very important question of the day has to do with last night's debate. that is next.
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