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to 15 inches of rain could continue to fall today. matthew left at least 300 people dead in haiti. thank you so so much for joining us on this special edition of fox special predebate sunday edition of the show tomorrow morning. pete, it's been a pleasure to be with you. >> indeed. we'll see you. >> "fox & friends" begins right now. >> right now. ♪ >> good morning to you, it is saturday, october 8th. i'm abby huntsman and this is a fox news alert. >> oh my god. whee! >> wow, from death to down trees and a massive storm surge hurricane matthew wreaking havoc all along the east coast and we have live team coverage this morning. >> impressive apology from donald trump for hot mike moment. >> i have said and done things i regret. words released today on this decade old video are one of them. >> this morning, new fallout
from donald and new information on who leaked that tape. >> and that wasn't the only october surprise to break last night. this morning, we will get our first look at hillary clinton's wall street speeches. what she was trying to hide, open borders, among others. it's a big day in america, ladies and gentlemen. we're glad you're starting it with us. ♪ ♪ >> but we do begin with a fox news alert. hurricane matthew is bearing down on south carolina at this hour. >> enormous waves taking over charleston harbor as 100 mile-per-hour winds fuel the category 2 hurricane. the eye wall of that storm currently over hilton head island. >> and storm surge flooding continues in georgia. at least four people are dead in florida and major flooding is expected to continue across the east
cost today. >> who better to track it for us than janice dean. she has been in the weather center for many hours but we're going to start with jonathan. >> i actually think jonathan's live shot. >> i don't know why i said that this morning. it's great to see you this morning. >> no you don't. i don't know how you look as good as do you, janice. >> we have magicians in the hair and makeup department. >> we do. >> we will get to jonathan very quickly. he is in south carolina and, of course, the reason we don't have him is because sometimes the images that we get-go down because of the possibility for electricity to go down, the winds are gusting. upwards of 80 miles per hour with this storm and it's incredible to think that we had a major hurricane for seven days, a full week and it's still a category 2 and some of the worse damage from this is happening right now along the vulnerable areas of the southeast
coast, including south carolina and north carolina this morning. so, sometimes it takes days to really find out what the legacy of these storms is going to be. i think this is one for the record books. now, yesterday, around this time, we had wind gusts in excess of 100 miles per hour along the florida coast line. and the future radar is going to show that you this storm is going to be with us another 24 to 36 hours. not only bringing those hurricane force winds but we could see upwards of a foot of rainfall and the storm surge is still going to be a very big problem along these vulnerable coast lines that are receiving anywhere from 10 to 12-foot storm surge which is the push of those counterclockwise winds across the coast line. and then finally, hopefully, on sunday, this will be out to sea. and we will be done with matthew. but this has been an incredible storm to cover, guys. certainly one that i will remember in my 13-year career here for sure. >> thanks, janice. we are going to try to get
to jonathan turley. >> we want to get to politics now. donald trump is in full damage control now following decade old comments he made degrading women. here is just a brief portion of that. >> when you are a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> fox news senior national correspondent covering the fallout this morning from st. louis on the eve of the second presidential debate. john roberts is live for us. john, what is the latest? what are you hearing this morning. >> abby, clinton, tucker, good morning, clayton, tucker, good morning to you, this couldn't have come at a worse time for donald trump, he is practicing one more time for tomorrow night's presidential debate. he needed a come back moment. there are signs that hillary clinton could have brand new vulnerabilities with the leak of these transcripts of speeches she gave. republicans running for the exits because of what he said issued a never before heard apology. this came right after
midnight last night where the campaign knew that it had to try to get out in front of this. try to do something to stem the bleeding. here is a little bit of that
apology from last night. >> i never said i'm a perfect person nor pretended to be someone that i'm not. i have said and done things that i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me, knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> but in the hour after the release of that tape, that audiotape, the damage had already been done. a big event that had been choreographed by reince priebus the rnc chairman that was supposed to take place this afternoon in elk horn, wisconsin where donald trump would appear on stage for the very first time with house speaker paul ryan, donald trump's portion of that has been cancelled. mike pence will be taking his place. speaker ryan actually disinvited donald trump from
that event saying, quote, i am sickened by what i heard today women are it be championed and reveered not objectified. donald trump lost one person in his camp utah's mike lee. he really wasn't in donald trump's camp. jason chaffetz is the one who supported donald trump he said yesterday, quote, i can no longer endorse donald trump for the presidency. senator mike lee put a videotape up on his facebook page yesterday, never been a supporter of donald trump. saying trump should step down. former utah governor jon huntsman also calling the call for donald trump to exit the race. no sign at this point that he is going to do
that. in fact, donald trump as he was expressing contrition yesterday night for what happened in that videotape or audiotape back in 2005, also took a swing at bill and hillary clinton. listen to this. >> bill clinton has actually abused women and hillary has has bullied, attacked,
shamed,and intimidated his victims. we will discuss this more in the coming days. >> now, what remains to be seen is what effect that apology might have on turning this around for donald trump. as i said, a lot of republicans very prominent republicans running for the exits. this is something that the trump campaign cannot afford to have happen with a month left to go before the election. so, we will find out today when this apology becomes more widely known because it's only been airing in the wee hours of the morning, abby, clayton, and tucker, whether it will have the intended effect. back to you. >> thanks a lot, jon. what a shocking story this is. >> what you call an october surprise. >> of the highest magnitude i have ever seen. sad on so many levels. sad for what it reveals about trump's character. nothing good. sad for what it brings out in everyone else, a lot of sanction money. unbearable levels of sanction money. sad how it moves the debate from issues of significance to the country what kind of america do you want, who should live here to
questions of what one guy said. the when thing diminishes all of us. >> you said the one word that went through my mind when i first read this being leaked out yesterday, nbc hot mike moment. the one thing that i thought of is this is just so sad for this country. >> sure. >> this has officially become the race to the bottom. >> it is. >> here we are on both sides. bigger picture here. we are having both sides argue who has been worse or better when it comes to women and treating women. it made me think about the american people and the issues that we face right now whether it's the know or national security. this is what we are talking about. this is what we are focused on five weeks before this election. it makes me sad. >> think about the debate tomorrow night. he is going to be there at the end of the statement he says i will see you at the debate. nothere were questions that would happen. how does he turn questions from himself to the economy. economy is one area where hes beating hillary clinton pretty strongly in polls.
he is going to be on the defensive the whole time. >> sure. i think it will probably get much uglier tomorrow. i will say about the economy, i don't know a single person who follows this carefully at a high level who isn't really concerned about where we are going to be two years from now. the amount of debt the banks are carrying. that individual debt that americans are carrying. it's tough. and you would like a kind of public debate about that. >> right. >> in a forum like tomorrow night. probably not going to get it. >> that's also why people have been attracted to donald trump and things he has been saying because he doesn't always stick to the script and not always so pc. that has been attractive for a lot of people. here he might have taken it a step too far for evangelicals, independents, democrats who have been on the fence that aren't excited about hillary clinton. let's be real here. not like people are running to the voting booth to want to run for hillary. >> this brings out, again, it brings out the worse in everybody. not just trump, in the media, watching them clutch
pearls last night on tv. what do we tell our children. hillary clinton get sanction moneyous about hillary's behavior toward other women. come on. obscuring a really interesting and significant story in these weeks from yesterday. >> so this yesterday, this is the other big bombshell of the evening. weeks, we have been hearing julian assange teasing over the past few weeks that there was going to be some big bombshell that would have sway on the election come out. we now know emails between hillary clinton, leaked via john podesta, of course, who is running hillary clinton's campaign have come out. these were the speeches that she had been giving to goldman sachs and others. >> paid to give. >> paid to give. that the clinton campaign for months has said we are not going to release them. we are going through them. we don't think it's appropriate that would show that she is connected to wall street people. now we have excerpts of these speeches. bun bombshell is her speech on open borders. hem miss furyk common mark with open trade hemispheric
common mark trade. >> hillary clinton would be a lot richer with open borders. >> she followed up on public and private statement she has made. if everyone is watching, you know, all the back room discussions and deals, you know, then people get a little nervous to say the least so you need a public and private position. we see the polling numbers when it comes to hillary clinton and unfavorability and untrustworthiness and this is where it comes from. people see two different people. someone giving these speeches and someone out on the stump saying something very different. >> i think it's completely true. she is obviously a false person too afraid to say what she really thinks. i never do, this but i'm on her side to this to this extent. i do think there ought to be a place to express yourself privately. that is one thing that people don't want to say but that's disappearing. private emails, recorded and
then released. we all need a private spear. how would all of us like to have our private moments released or any of us. something is being lost here. >> i agree with that but should your statements be so opposite. >> of course. she is totally a phoney, obviously. >> i think you are right. >> how would it have colored our past perceptions of presidents had we this h. that information before. >> how would you like hearing those leaked. i have probably dumb opinions i wouldn't want to share with the world. i don't know. there should be some privacy. >> what do you guys think about in this morning? we have a lot to talk about. diving deeper with our political panel. a fox news alert because right now hurricane matthew slamming the coast. we are on the ground in savannah, georgia. that is next. ways to be taken care of. home, car, life insurance obviously, ohhh... but with added touches you can't get everywhere else,
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that is hurricane matthew matthew grazing the coast as it pushes to the north. areas facing destructive winds and life-threatening flooding. >> that's where we find waga joining us live from there. doug, what do the conditions look like at this hour? >> good morning, guys. we've got 60 mile-per-hour wind gusts here in downtown savanna this morning. the rain has stopped. it stopped about half an hour ago. but the wind has not died down at all. we're about an hour and 15 minutes from sun up. that's when people here, officials, will be getting out onto the streets and trying to determine what six hours of hurricane matthew has done to this city. there are reports of flooding. there are reports of trees and power lines down. about 80% of savanna and the county of chat ham are without electricity this morning.
and so officials are warning people just to stay in place. 25% of the city of savanna did not evacuate. 75% did. and so those folks are waking up to, still, extreme conditions this morning. and they are warning folks to stay in place until matthew is headed out of here. right now it's headed up to hilton island. it passed through here last night. the eye of hurricane matthew passed within 30 miles of the shore here off of savanna. there was great concern about the timing of hurricane matthew as it came through here because of the titled surge. we had a tremendous titled surge here. and as day breaks here in savanna, we will be getting out to see what kind of damage that did. >> all right, doug, live for us this morning in is a vanna, georgia. 60 mile-per-hour winds right there. >> thanks, doug. we already know what clinton
thinks of obamacare. not much. >> got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare and then the people are out there busting it. >> whoa, the truth comes out accidentally. that turns out that was no gaffe there is a story about it. we have got it stay tuned. >> with new scandals rocking both candidates. what will the impact be on tomorrow's big debate? our political panel are here and ready to discuss. that is next. remember here at ally, nothing stops us from doing right by our customers. who's with me? i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. i'm in. ♪ ♪ one, two, - wait, wait. wait - where's tina? doing the hand thing? yep! we are all in for our customers. ally. do it right.
life. officials already warning about long lines and delays. president obama take as trip to chicago to cast his ballot. >> they can't see, this can they? >> no. [ laughter ] >> the president fulfilling his civic duty during sort of a homecoming weekend in the city. submitting his early vote during a short trip packed with events and fundraisers. tucker, over to you. >> oh, abby huntsman, ladies and gentlemen, scandals rocking both sides of the presidential campaign. on the eve it both happened last night. you were probably up watching. donald trump was forced to make an apology at midnight after 11-year-old recording revealed him making pretty lewd comments about women as part of an interview over at nbc. wikileaks released parts of hillary clinton's wall street speech transcripts. here to react is shelby holiday, jonathan, a republican strategist and angela gomez.
we are fair and balanced. good to see you all. shelby, first to you, if you are trump, what do you say at the debate tomorrow night? >> that's a good question because what he said in the apology video last night did not me many of the voters we were hoping he would come forward. >> sip sear question i don't know the answer. >> it's hard. i think people genuinely behind trump will make up any sort of excuse to continue follow him and pardon him for anything that he says. a huge chunk of voters who are on the fence, undecided, not committed and they are not seeing this a true apology. i'm not sure if a true apology would change their minds. he is going to have to address. this who knew gone would be the day we stop talking about miss piggy and miss housekeeping. that's like irrelevant old hot potatoes now. >> should he do a checker speech? get up there and see i have never been so sorry and get emotional and would that work? >> well, it's clearly that this is not the october surprise that the g.o.p. was waiting for.
with that said, there is no way that he can explain this away. so he needs to make sure that he goes on an apology tour every day from now until the election and tomorrow, i mean, tomorrow during the debate, he needs to make sure he apologizes, says that you know, he has learned from this mistake. and, you know, just really teltaught his support for women, the things that he has done, he can't explain this away. he has to pivot. he will probably attack in terms of hillary's defense of a rapist when she was an attorney. attack bill clinton in terms of the things that he has done. make sure he pivots back. >> you are a democrat, you know, they got trump for sure. got himself, too. take three steps back and i think as a hillary you may agree with me on this. does it bother you when you see the entire political class, hollywood, big business, and ache deemia,
basically and the press, everyone with power in this country aligned on one side of a question? does that bother you long term? is it good thing for our society to have so much power concentrated in so few hands? >> i disagree. i don't think any power is aligned. i think you have a candidate who at this point and has been for some time -- >> --you don't think they are aligned. >> has been a threat to our national security. point blank. that's just it at this point. i don't think there is anything he can say that can undo what he said. personally, in my opinion, he should have been out a long time ago, given all the things. >> you are not a fan. okay. >> it's not a fan. it's just -- this is not presidential behavior. >> of course it's not presidential behavior. >> someone like this just needs to have the integrity at this point and say i'm going to disqualify myself from higher office. >> let me ask you this, hillary clinton yesterday was heard to say i'm for open borders. what would happen if we had open borders. do you think that would be a bigger threat to national security than trump saying ugly things about women?
>> aim not sure what she meant by that it's not clear. because she didn't endorse a position. open borders, what does that mean? i need to know more as to what was said before it and what was said after it. just to pick and piece little pieces. >> it would be nice if someone would ask her. should someone ask her? what do you mean you seem to endorse open borders there but a bunch of times. what would the country look like. >> she was speaking to banks. >> she was sucking up to rich people. >> i don't think financial institutions are going to say we are for open borders. she was talking about an economic situation. >> you don't know -- you said you didn't know what she was talking about. >> that's what we are going to infer. >> ask her all day hong and she will try to find a way to pivot but open borders and open trade is clearly not on the people's agenda. >> no, here's the thing. >> ask bernie sanders supporters. >> i'm not paid to defend trump and i'm not going to do it here because why would i? i could think there is a
hierarchy of concerns and maybe this is a bigger concern than his piggish behavior. get to the bottom of it, no. >> concern for democrats. big risk for her is that democrats who supported bernie sanders who are against fro trade and against a lot of these pro-wall street policies. the risk for her is they are going to a third party candidate. they are not going to donald trump. donald trump risks losing republicans to hillary clinton because republicans use establishment guys who like tpp who like free trade. who think that we should be doing business with china and mexico and shouldn't be building walls may say, okay, hillary clinton is not -- we thought. >> is there anything that hillary could say that would cause disagreements to disavow. >> i want to address the point that was just made. this has nothing to do with women alone. this has to do with decency as a human being. anybody who encourages or says i intentionally want to sexually assault women, that is an issue with decency as a human being. >> so that's your position?
nip accused of sexual assault by a woman should be disqualified. anyone who defends that should be disqualified. is that your position. >> the statements he made. >> so if someone is accused of sexual assault. [speaking at the same time] >> has nothing to do with decency as a human being. >> are you concerned about the hillary stuff on this, or no? i'm just saying, it's a real -- you just laid down the marker, anyone accused of this should not. >> we have a lot of issues. we don't know what is authentic, what is not. two, we have. >> i get it different parties, i guess. >> we don't know exactly. >> what was said, completely. >> all right. thanks a million. >> questions we should have. thank you. >> thank you all this morning. more on top story. hurricane matthew is carving a path of destruction on the east coast of the united states. it's going somewhere. we will tell you where. we have live team coverage coming up. guess what guys, i switched to sprint.
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>> welcome back. we have got a whole bunch of fox news alerts this morning. starting with this one with hurricane matthew is barreling up the southeast coast. seems like this is playing out in backyards of people across the country. >> heavy rainfall and storm surge combining to trigger massive flooding. the category 2 storms eye wall pushing close to south carolina. >> we have live team coverage this morning. fox news senior meteorologist janice dean is tracking matthew in the extreme weather center.
this morning we start with jonathan serrie in folly beach, south carolina. he is in the heart of it good morning, jonathan, can you hear us. >> yes, i can. loud and clear. you can see that the winds are picking up. in fact, they have been battering this island community for much of the night, just before midnight. we lost power at our hotel and i notice that the lights are out to much the island. those who didn't have generators already fired up. and then when we woke up this morning, we noticed that much of the cellular service was out. fortunately we have cellular devices on different networks. two of the networks were not working. only one of them was working. so, communications to this barrier island community going to be very difficult. and the problems get even worse as you head further down the coast. in the early evening there were already reports of water lapping up under some of the homes on etistow
island. another community down the coast from where we are. at this point it's too late to evacuate. the winds are too strong to cross some of the taller bridges. and there are already reports of flooding in some of the lower lying roadways. so at this point state officials are urging people in low lying areas just to hunker down in their homes and move to the highest level if you don't have a second floor go, to a neighbor who has a second floor just to get away from potential flooding from a combination of heavy rains and storm surge. back to you guys. >> all right. jonathan seare, right in the heart of the storm there. at folly beach, south carolina. stay safe out there. >> janice dean is standing by with the latest on the storm. she has been in the weather center for i don't know how long. >> actually where jonathan serrie is he might have the land fall of this hurricane. the first landful if a that we have seen.
the worst of the storm. is he right around where we think the center is going to come ashore and perhaps a landfall of this hurricane which would be incredible. we might actually see a shot of jonathan in a very calm atmosphere because in the eye, that's where we have the calmest of winds. so that's going to be interesting. i would like to see what his live shot looks like in an hour from now. we will keep you hosted pause we could have a landfalling hurricane. wind gusts, certainly, hilton head island, 84 mile-per-hour wind gusts up towards charles stolen, at least tropical storm force winds. and then we are going to see this storm condition to move north and eastward, bringing the worst of the rain, the worst of the storm surge still yet to come along georgia and south carolina. and then this will get picked up by a front, which is good news, and then it will move offshore. we want to watch jonathan's live shot because he might get the calmest part of the storm in the next couple of hours as we are anticipating a landfall. our first landfall of this hurricane that's been with us for awoke and a half.
back to you. >> all right, janice. thanks so much for that. >> get some sleep, janice. >> scandals rock both candidates. wikileaks releasing hillary clinton's long sought after wall street speech comments. and donald trump with hot mike moment. >> in st. louis with more on this just one day before this big debate. mike, good morning. >> well, good morning to you, abby. yeah, the clinton campaign response to those controversial nents that led to an apology has been simple a tweet from hillary clinton's twitter account says this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to become president. then her running mate, senator tim kaine called out republicans, including the speaker of the house. >> paul ryan was going to campaign with donald trump tomorrow. and he has stopped the event. they are not going to campaign. but he hasn't said i don't support donald trump. they are just not going to do the event. he needs to be asked. and everybody needs to be
asked do you still think this man is qualified to be president? >> then there is newly revealed emails of clinton campaign chairman john podesta shedding new light on some of hillary clinton's wall street speeches. the clinton campaign says it is not confirming their authenticity but also not denying they are his. according to wikileaks clinton said at one speech, quote: if everybody is watching all the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous to say the least. is you need both a public and private position. then clinton reportedly suggests wall street insiders are what's needed to fix wall street. quote: people that know the industry better than anybody are the people who work in the industry. those quotes are likely to make senator bernie sanders and his diehard supporters crazy. all throughout the democratic primaries sanders was pressing clinton to release her wall street paid speech transcripts. he wanted to see what she was getting paid so much money to say. back to you guys in new york. >> wow.
no wonder they wanted these to come out. we have been hearing for months we are not going to release these. we think there might be a disconnect. >> where is bernie sanders right now weeping in his latte. >> not even a bernie sanders fan but this is crazy. >> i'm not a socialist. >> came out last week after that last bombshell about living in their basements. look i get it water under the bridge. >> here is the question walking around demagoguing this trump thing. i get i can understand why they are doing it why shouldn't republicans say to every democratic office seeker in the country there are you for open borders? do you disavow hillary clinton's call for open borders? and, again, what would america look like if america had open borders? >> you know this in to washington though. that's where republican elites stand. they want open borders. >> you are right. >> they kind of behind closed doors, in public we don't want that. but for their businesses they absolutely want that. >> you hear all these republicans say whoa, i'm not for trump stuff. every republican has said
i'm against this. what would hillary clinton have to do to spark a similar outrage on the left? what would hillary clinton have to say where you would see sitting democratic senators say i'm against hillary clinton? i'm pulling my endorsement. she couldn't say anything to get them to do that. she literally could do anything and they would stand by her. >> if this weren't for this hot mike story you would think this would be the only thing search talking about. >> we don't know. >> we have other headlines to get to this morning. it turns out bill clinton, his attack on obamacare it was all a set-up. >> you have got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare and then the people are out there busting it sometimes 60 hours a week, wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> well, the white house sources now admitting it was a carefully planned script approved by president obama to appeal to voters. it was designed for hillary to use in the debate while claiming to know how to fix
obamacare. all right. well, terrifying moments as the plane aborts landing narrowly avoid ago crash. the boeing plane to the right. grazing the runway as it went up against some violent cross winds. the quick thinking pilot able to pull the plane up immediately and luckily make a safe landing on next path. mystery finally soflt is this big foot. yes, look at this. rumors are running wild over these blurry images shot by a camera in michigan designed to report video an eagle's nest. grainy footage shows the allusive legendary feature. out of focus because the camera is above the nest and big foot son the ground belly. all this time. there it is. >> this video has already been viewed like 2 million times. >> it looks literally nothing like a black bear. nothing at all like a black bear. >> not at all. >> eating doughnuts out of a
dumpster. >> hanging out below the eagle's nest. there is some kind of creature leaning down. >> or is it tucker? >> i think that's nessie right there. is that the lock necessary monster? >> nessie has a family. >> all right. coming up, brand new polls released last night show donald trump closing in on hillary clinton. and then, well, this happened. >> when you are a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> so where do we go from here? and will it overshadow an even bigger bombshell about the clinton campaign? that is coming up. ♪ ♪
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despite a week of controversy, brand new fox news polls out this morning show donald trump closing in on hillary clinton. she now leads trump by 2 points in a four-way race. that's down from a 3 point difference just a week ago. >> and while the latest news isn't factored in to these polls, what can we pull from them? here to break it down is republican pollster and washington examiner columnist kristin solstice anderson. nice to see you this morning. >> >> thanks for having me. >> i wonder how this might shift after the latest news last night. here is a new fox news poll. female support 50% for hillary clinton. donald trump at 38%. of course, getting those white educated women was very, very important for donald trump. where do you think that that -- does that change at all now? >> well, we have been saying all alonger time there is some new outrage donald trump makes some new comment that is across the lion. will this be the thing that takes the poll numbers down? you know, for the most part, his poll numbers have actually been pretty stable. it's hillary clinton's
numbers that tend to fluctuate up and down a little more which is what changes the margin. this could be the thing that pushes people over the edge, especially few lot of high level republicans signaling enough is snuff. it is true while donald trump does significantly better among white men without college degrees than republicans typically do, he has got a similar deficit among white women with college degrees that kind of offsets it and making it hard for him, particularly in some of these battleground states to have the clear lead that he needs? we have asked this question over and over again. it's pretty much not changed when asked how voters feel about the candidates. hillary clinton in our latest poll 45% find her favorable. that's compared to donald trump who is at 42%. you know, you have to say for either one of them people around running to the polls because they are totally excited about them. >> i think that's right. if you take a look at what happened in the debated last week. i mane, it was very much so as they are who we thought they were kind of moment it
hasn't dramatically shifted people's attitudes towards these candidates. the one thing that it may have possibly done is shifted voters sort of toying with the idea of a third party candidate. perhaps voting for gary johnson. perhaps voting for jill stein. brought a few more of those folks back in to hillary clinton's cmp. donald trump supporters tend to say they are a litigation more excited about their own candidate. what remains to be seen is on election day, does turnout wind up pushing hillary clinton over the top or does donald trump's sort of enthusiasm amongstis hard core core supporters carry him over the finish line? >> here is another poll we want to get to, who do you trust to do a better job on a variety of tom picks, foreign policy, immigration, terrorism and the economy. i think the economy one there with donald trump in the lead by five points, i don't know how he spins tomorrow night at the debate and tries to get it back to talking about the economy. that's his strong suit. >> absolutely. in that debate last week. i mean, you saw, he focused his first 20 minutes or so on trade, on the need to make sure that we are competing fairly with china
and mexico. these are sort of the talking points that he has hit on pretty effectively throughout this campaign. remember, his brand is of a business executive who has been very successful over the last couple of decades. so, when he is on that issue. that's where he has the most credibility. it's when it gets into these other topics and particularly into the controversies, when is he off mess sack, that's when his poll numbers -- >> -- he doesn't just do better on the economy. that's actually an issue that voters continue to tear most about. >> at the end of the day, of course. >> thanks so much. >> thanks, chris citizen. >> we have a fox news alert because hurricane matthew marching up the east coast. live coverage continues at the top of the hour. >> plus, donald trump facing the fallout from hot mike moment. we have new information on who leaked that tape. john roberts is live on the campaign trail. he joins us right after this. ♪
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little like 5 by 5 store front. >> i think the reality it really is about changing perceptions. the untold story is that we're the ones driving economic development. we are the ones driving innovation and we are driving jobs. we need to continue to battle. we need to continue to have some pretty sharp elbows to get ourselves into the dialogue and make sure we have an equal opportunity to participate. >> if javier seems hungry for real change, a lot of his drive comes from the way he gras up in south texas. >> wow. >> my summers, particularly in the formative years were spent working in fields with my family. not a lot of good memories of my summers. i'm not alone in that regard there is a lot of my guys my vintage that had very tough, very tough years. but they feed me today. >> his father left the family when javier was six. when he was 15, his mother purchased a small home.
she had gotten a new job, and things were looking up when suddenly he was pulled out of class and told the unthinkable. >> and my brother delivered the news that my mom had died suddenly of a heart attack. i remember running through the school. i ran through the parking lot, you this the back of the school, ran all the way home. and as i was getting to the house, the ambulance was pulling away with my mom in it. and she was already dead at that time. >> you kept running after the ambulance. you didn't want her to leave you, right? i mean, that's why you run after someone, right? >> yeah. i'm still running after her. >> afraid of what would become of him or who might try to take him, javier ran away. >> i couldn't see myself being a ward of the state. i had a mother. and my mother was gone. and as far as i was concerned, nobody else was going to take her place. >> he ended up living behind a restaurant where he earned a few dollars washing dishes.
>> i used to actually wedge myself between the dumpster and the wall and i would sleep there. >> then one evening as he was settling in for the night, a pair of headlights stops him in his tracks. >> turns out my brother was on a date and he went to that restaurant. and i looked, and i couldn't see that it was him because the lights were on me and it was nighttime. he got out and called my name. and, of course, i knew who it was. my brother, you know, tried to help me. i was young and i was stubborn. and by the grace of god, you know, we bumped in to each other again. >> it was a second chance, one he wouldn't take for granted. for now he had a reason to live. >> i heard it said once that when you are truly hungry, you are never truly full. and i think my life now is a reflection of that. >> right here you have
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good morning, it is saturday, october 8th. i'm abby huntsman and this is a fox news alert. >> oh my god. whew. >> wow, that is hurricane matthew wreaking havoc on the coast death and downed trees. we have live team coverage. >> and then, holy smokes. an unprecedented late night apology from donald trump for this hike mike moment. >> i've said and done things i regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. >> so how big a story is this? everyone's hysterical about it this morning, but will it continue in to this weekend's debate into election day? >> you can wouldn't on it. >> that wasn't the only october surprise. this morning we got our very first look at hillary clinton's wall street speeches.
what she was trying to hide. open borders. "fox & friends" hour two starts right now. ♪ ♪ >> we do begin with this fox news alert. hurricane matthew continuing to bear down on the east coast. > here is a live look from charleston, south carolina, where the storm is taking hold with fierce winds. they are more than 80 miles per hour this morning. >> at least four people are dead at this hour in florida where this road was ripped to pieces. >> wow. we have live team coverage this morning starting with jonathan serrie live at folly beach in south carolina. and fox news senior meteorologist janice dean is tracking matthew in the weather center. we start though with jonathan serrie who is really in the heart of the storm as you can see there. jonathan, can you hear us? >> yes, i can but the winds are -- continue to blow and
they knocked out power just before midnight last night. and also when we woke up this morning we were having issues with our cell phone recommendation at least two of the three networks that we're using were either completely down or working sporadically. so, communications obviously an issue on this barrier island community. also, as you go further down the coast, from us, another island, etistow island. there were reports of water coming underneath some of the beach homes there coastal residents keeping a nervous eye on the storm surge. and then as did you go further inland, keeping a nervous eye on all of the rain that's expected from this storm system. you know, it was about a year ago that south carolina suffered catastrophic floods, dozens of dams were damaged in that process. and some of those dams were still undergoing renovations and then this storm hit. and so state officials are
going to be keeping a nervous eye on dozens of dams until this storm system completely moves out of the area. back to you guys. >> all right. jonathan serrie live for us in the heart of it there. janice dean you were wondering earlier if jonathan would be in the eye of that hurricane where it would be calm over the next hour. >> is he close. is he getting the eye wall. right now we are showing this radar and there is where general than serrie is right now. and the center of the eye is right here. so there is a possibility of a landfalling hurricane here. or will it just parallel the coast which is what it has been doing for a week now. but we are going to watch this very carefully and see what jonathan -- what the winds are doing in the next couple of hours. because he could be close to a landfall. so that's going to be really interesting. but, you know, the worse of this weather from this storm is happening right now across the coast line pause the core of the strongest winds really offshore of the coast of florida all this week.
and the threat for tornadoes, this is something we cannot emphasize enough, weak tornadoes are possible. that is a tornado warning northwest of wilmington with landfalling hurricanes, we already have the rotation. and we could see the potential for weak tornadoes. we will be watching this certainly through the morning, afternoon, and in to tomorrow when hopefully we will finally say goodbye to this storm. >> working around the clock for us, janice for the past week. thanks for that update. >> thanks, january nils. >> donald trump offering a rare apology this morning for leaked decade old comments that he made about women. here is just a portion of it. >> i better use some particular tacks just
in case i start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful. i just start kissing them like a magnet. [ laughter ] >> and when you are a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> international correspondent covering the fallout this morning from st. louis on the eve of the second presidential debate that would be john roberts, of course. he joins us live this morning. good to see you, john.
>> hi, john. >> tucker,able buy, clayton, good to see you as well this morning. other portions of that tape that we don't want to play for you because it's morning television because that are extremely vulgar. that's what has donald trump in such a problem today. this couldn't have happened at a worse time. practicing hard for tomorrow night's second presidential debate. really looking for a turn around moment. this has upset the applecart. forcing donald trump to come out last night shortly after midnight with something that we have never seen before, an unprecedented taped apology. listen
to this. >> i have never said i'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that i'm not. i have said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more that be a decade old video are one ofthem. anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it, i was wrong, and i apologize. >> and there was just an avalanche of responses from his republican colleagues, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell tweeting out, quote: these comments are
and unacceptable in any circumstance. >> illinois senator mark kirk who has had a long running feud with donald trump last night very hard saying dj. >> it is malignant clown, unprepared and unfit to be president of the united states. senator kirk also culling for donald trump to drop out of the race. his running mate mike pence said to be beside himself. his wife karen furious about what happened. at a rally in ross ford ohio after the story broke pence didn't give indication that anything was amiss. listen to this. >> and when he does his talking he doesn't go at thitiptoeing around all those rules of political correctness that the media puts in the way of men and women who want to make a difference. >> perhaps though, the biggest fallout from all of this was an event that was supposed to happen this afternoon in he ca in elk honor, wisconsin. he was supposed to appear on stage with house speaker paul written for the very first time.
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the rnc chairman rice priebus called in favors of a friend couple connect cadz. we need to see this one time before the election. that is now not going to happen. paul ryan disinvited donald trump from that event this afternoon in elk horn. instead, mike pence will take his place and, when the sun comes up here in st. louis we are waiting to see what the fallout of all of this is going to be in the first full day of controversy. >> a lot of debris. >> certainly is. >> thank you very much. >> i think governor pence's response seemed tone deaf. maybe he didn't know about it he was being asked at hot dog place last night. >> what do you say as the running mate there. >> you can't ignore it. >> you can't ignore it but at the same time you have got to stand by your man. that is your partner. you are running with him. >> that's right. >> you have a lot of republicans as john roberts just saying mike pence's turn to take the lead here. >> to step in. >> step.
in had you erroneous report out of washington that rnc leaders were getting together to sort of have like a backup plan what would they do. sean spicer came out and said that is absolutely false. >> there is a lot going on behind the scenes. this is a really sad story. i think any fair person assessing this would say this is just sad. doesn't say anything good about trump, obviously, impossible to definite defend. i'm not going to defend it, obviously. also sad for america because there are a lot of really serious things going on that we ought to be debating that we are not because they are obscured by. this a lot of really serious things. also sad to watch the effect of this of everyone else. the sanctity, self-righteousness falseness is. bring the worse out in everybody. >> the reaction to the sanctimony doesn't white wash the story. >> i haven't heard anybody say i'm okay with that you can't be okay with that. >> you can't. you can't be okay with that i couldn't agree with you more. that's exactly how i felt when this broke yesterday just how sad this is for the country. >> yes. >> this has officially
become the race to the bottom. now you have both sides trying to hit the other one for being worth women what they said. to your point so many serious issues they care about. and they're thinking about their daily lives and doesn't have to do with this. and talking about women in such a vulgar and disrespectful way. >> i heard someone throw this out. of course you couldn't do this because we have a constitution. should we just pause this election? we set everything for a moment and do a do over? >> what's so interesting you have a lot of republicans saw this and said whoa, whoa, i'm out. i'm withdrawing my endorsement or attack. that's final. flip it around and you think what could hillary clinton say to get democratic senators to disavow her? is there anything she could -- i mean, literally, anything. pick something. could she say anything that could get her party to abandon her? no. >> let's see if wikileaks could help that. >> last night. this is the other big bombshell last night. wikileaks releasing some behind the scenes speeches
that hillary clinton had been giving to wall street over the partly sunny couple of years. and here is some excerpts that actually made their way public last night. she said this about open borders. to a private room. she said my dream as a hem mits furyk common market with open trade and open borders. that's her dream. >> they idged indicated they are for open borders already. this is a question i would like to see every democratic office seeker answer. are you for trump's disgusting comments? of course not. i run away. i get it shouldn't democrats have to answer are you for open borders? and what would this country look like if we had them? this country would be over in a year. done. not the same country. >> that's why weeks are so fascinating and interesting. people need to take it seriously. this is how she honestly thinks about these issues. here is what she said in another one of her statements. if everybody is watching, you they, all of the back room discussions, the dealings, you know, the people get a little nervous
to say least. you need both a public and private position to the point of they are totally opposite positions from what you hear inside closed doors and to the public. >> and that part of it is troubling. i think she is actually right on that. look, our country was founded on back room deals. talk about the virginia compromise for crying out loud. we don't know what happened in that room. there are back room deals that need to happen in washington that need to grease the wheels of this country. do they not? >> especially in today's environment when it seems everything is public and everything gets leaked. >> there is that i do think we need privacy. i want privacy to have my own dumb thoughts. i think we all do. here's the problem with the back room stuff is that there is too much of it. here you have a situation this moment in american history where the media, the political class, hollywood, big business, and academia. all the power centers in our society are all aligned on one side against everybody else. and that's too much power in too few hands. this is anus moment.
take trump out of it, it's a distraction. take hillary out of it. she is, too. >> i thought that was going to be the weeks bombshell. julian assange has had a an ax to grind against google. the google is the information on aligning itself with the democrats. >> exactly. there are a lot of monopolies. >> what do you make of the timing? both of these bombshells came out around the same time yesterday. you think about these weeks and how assange was tweeting this out for days leading up to this. the clinton camp knew this was coming out and now we have this hot mike comment all of a sudden comes hours before the big debate last night. is there something there with the timing. >> there is lot going on. this came from nbc to the "the washington post." i think there are many agendas going on at that network going on behind the scenes trying to hurt people there. one of their own hosts it seems clear to me and obviously hurt trump. i don't know. and maybe that's not the real point. the point trump said this, okay, fine.
i'm still interested to know they tape recorded him. he didn't know he was being tape recorded and it came out. >> all of a sudden five weeks before the election and this was 2005 and now it all of a sudden comes out. >> a lot going on this morning. >> how unbelievable. >> how should donald trump handle the latest controversy at this weekend's debate? can he? is it game over for trump? and what about hillary clinton's secret speeches just revealed by wikileaks? how does she handle that at the debate? strategy for both sides when we come back. ♪ ♪
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and donald trump handle tomorrow night's debate. >> scott jennings is a republican strategist and veteran of four presidential campaigns. he has prepped candidates for the debate stage in the past and he joins us now. holy smokes, scott. if you had to deal with in this weekend, going in to this debate, how does donald trump come out and have to be able to try to talk about the economy? he is going to have to be on the defensive, it would seem, almost this entire debate sunday night. >> yeah, he was already going to have to deal with the miss universe controversy and also the "new york times" hack story which now seems like an ancient memory. and now we are going to throw this friday night audiotape onto the fire here that's burning. i think one way to deal with it would be to make a speech in advance. i don't think he can hide out for the rest of the weekend. i'm not sure this video they released is going to cut it in order to take it out of the debate to some degree, making a speech, not off a teleprompter but from the heart today might be an answer for trump. >> town hall style debate, something that donald trump is comfortable with. he has con this a number of
times. intimate setting. have questions from the audience. you say he has to control this debate even better than he did last time. how does he do that. >> keep this thing focused on the economy and jobs and things that effect people's every day lives. last night's story is going to make that harder than it already was. if you look back at the last debate, the first 30 minutes they were talking about trade and jobs and he sort of owned it and then he lost it for the last two thirds of the debate. he has got to control the flow of it throughout. he can't let the last half of it or any portion of it get away from him. it's only 90 minutes. so now if you spend 30 or 45 minutes litigating recent controversies, it's going to make it extremely hard. that's why i think maybe a speech in advance may be warranted here to try to take some of that out of the debate so that he can spend more time on jobs and other important issues. >> what does hillary clinton do? of course we also learned overnight wikileaks and the release of these wall street speeches that she was giving. first of all, how does she handle the trump side of this? if you were advising hillary clinton this morning.
do you just say just stand there and don't say anything and let him deal with this? do you tell her to go on the attack? >> i would probably let someone in the audience deal with it. or the moderator deal with it if i were hillary clinton. sometimes the best option is to stay away from it for some degree. where she is going to try to press back is on the "new york times" hack story. turns to trade and creating jobs she is on shakier ground. i would expect her to let other people handle the stories about his comments on women and she is probably going to try to press the attack on a, whether he pays federal income taxes and, b, whether he is as good a businessman as he says he is. if you look at some of the polling on the issue set, is he still betting her on the issue hough is beating her on the economy. so in order to fix that issue set, she has got to try to puncture it with the "new york times" story. >> he has to keep going back to the economy. how important is it for
trump to have a presidential moment tomorrow night. >> very important. of course, a presidential moment now clearly centers around him taking some responsibility for the comments and not off of a teleprompter. the debate is good in that sense for trump it gives him a chance to speak from the heart and show contrition for what is being said about him and what the tapes say. so that's a good thing. but, boy, you have to get it right. it's like trying to slip through the eye of a needle here. and he is going to have to do something he really hasn't done in this campaign and that's show humility and contrition for bad stuff. >> everyone is going to be watching this debate very closely tomorrow night. >> scott, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> the cloud over all of this right now is that storm barreling up the east coast right now. hurricane matthew continues march of destruction up the coast. we're live on the ground in charleston is next. >> hillary clinton's wall street speeches exposed all thanks to wikileaks. it's been a long time coming. kristin fisher takes us down
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we are back with a fox news alert. hurricane matthew's eye wall approaching the south carolina coast bringing whipping winds and dangerous storm surges. live in charleston, south carolina where matthew could make landfall very soon. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. sun is starting to come up. we are getting our very first look at matthew as it comes into the charleston area. right now at the charleston battery. let me give you a look at what we're looking at right now. big time flooding in the area.
we have at least two feet of water on this street alone right here. take a look at the fire hydrant submerged about halfway right there. the charleston battery has a sea wall. barrier on charleston, harbor. at some point this morning that sea wall was breached. they were originally expecting a storm surge of 11 feet or so. it didn't turn out to be that high. as you can see, what you are looking at right here, this is not supposed to be a lake, folks. this is supposed to just be a park near the charleston battery. we have seen trees down all over the place. flooding all over the place. there is power out all over the place. we were staying in our hotel last night in the middle of the night i looked out the window and saw this huge green flash and then boom, everything went dark. the good news is charleston is basically a ghost town right now. a lot of people took the evacuation notice. about 300,000 people ended up leaving. still, officials say that's not enough. you can see the winds really starting to kick up again here. you guys mentioned the eye wall starting to come our
way pretty soon. another fact, the national weather service they put out some information this morning. fort sumter is right off the charleston coast. right off in charleston, harbor where the civil war started they got a surge gauge reading over 9 feet. comes in at the third most in history of fort sumter just behind hurricane hugo in 1989. you can see the sun starting to come up. the worse hasn't gotten here yet. we are still waiting for eye wall to get here. were to take a step off the cushion how deep the water goes here. i really don't want to find out. flooding widespread all across the area. folly peach, we are hearing power is out completely in that area. that's a very popular tourist spot. one of the most popular spot in charleston. trees down. power lines down. no power out there whatsoever. >> bill is there right in the heart of it all in charleston, south carolina. that area where is he talking about in the battery
where people go jogging every day and big beautiful multi-million-dollar homes that sit right behind over his left shoulder there amazing. thanks, bill. we appreciate it stay safe. tucker, over to you with politics. >> good thought, clayton. the presidential election is driving a new surge of illegal immigration according to border patrol. illegal immigrants either fearing donald trump's threat to build a border wall or hoping to be in the country if hillary clinton gets elected. they are trying to cash in on promised amnesty programs. that's the theory anyway. national border patrol council. great to see you this morning. >> hello, tucker. >> is this trend real? you are seeing influx of people coming in to our country legal before the u.s. election. >> i'm back here on the east coast for san diego for high school reunion. i called back to my station. i still work there what they just picked up a couple groups from el salvador. they are family units, women and children. and, again, the belief is, whether it's true or not, the believe is that they
need to get in now, donald trump comes. in or it's a god time to come in if mrs. clinton is elected. there is a believe they are going to get amnesty. there is a belief they are being welcomed now. whether that's true or not, that's the belief that they have in central america. we are seeing huge uptick like we saw two years ago. but the media is quiet about it. >> it's helpful to the hillary clinton camp. >> there is a belief it's going to be helpful for one campaign more than the other. that's a shame. we do not want to see that it should not be polarized. >> we saw this under a republican administration 30 years ago in 1986, the reagan amnesty spurred a mask movement of people from the south into our country. so it shouldn't shock us. what do you make of mrs. clinton's promise in a speech revealed by wikileaks yesterday that she is un -- in favor of open borders? what would that mean for our country? >> i meet with a lot of groups. i use this kind of story to explain.
i say i make no moral judgment if you want an open border. that's fine. you have to think of the logistic. u.n. number say 7 billion people in the world right now. about 3 billion to 4 billion live in circumstances less than pleasant. >> yes. >> ranging from i don't have a job to my government is killing me. >> right. >> so 3 or 4 billion people don't like where they are living. if you open the borders right now, you come here, you are welcome here with open arms. smugglers are charging now mexico $6,000 to come here. over $25,000 from china. they can afford an airline ticket. if the government said no border, no walls, you come, you're here, within the nextier, let's be conservative and say only a quarter of those people who live nun pleasant circumstances come here. which national parks are you going to start bull dozing to put tent cities in. where are you going to put a billion people that has 30 million people. they don't have jobs. they are not going to speak the language. they don't have a support network. logistics alone are almost
basically impossible to do. if you want an open border, god bless, how are you going to do that? >> it's lunancy. you would think the environmentalists who don't want to live in a crowded dirty country. i usually ask you are environmentals? so am i. where do you want to bull doze to put those people. >> amen, i am too. thank you. >> thank you. >> a scary seen -- really scary scene, actually. a plane comes down for arlanding. what the pilot did that saved hundreds of lives. wow. plus, someone break up bernie sanders is he weeping in his latte this morning. hillary clinton's wall street speeches finally revealed. this issue is important and what it could mean for democrats going forward. kristin fisher joins us live next. ♪ mom's got this cold. hashtag stuffy nose. hashtag no sleep. hashtag mouthbreather. just put on a breathe right strip.
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to release the transcripts of her paid speeches to financial firms. it was a very contentious issue throughout the democratic primaries. senator bernie sanders even confronted her head on about it during a debate back in march. >> one of us has given speeches on wall street for hundreds of thousands of dollars. now, i kind of thing if you get paid couple of hundred thousands of dollars for a speech, it must be a great speech. i think we should release it and let the american people see what that transcript was. [cheers and applause] >> and i -- >> -- let me. >> and i have said and i will say again, i will be happy to release anything i have as long as everybody else does, too. >> this case, wikileaks did it for her. now, that's not the only time that the subject would be brought up to hillary clinton in the coming months. at a debate in april she was asked if there is nothing in those speeches that you think would change voters' minds why not release the transcripts and put the whole issue to bed? this is her response.
>> first of all, there isn't an issue. when i was in public service, serving as the senator from new york, i did stand up to the banks. >> and in one of the leaked speeches, clinton essentially implied that wall street insiders are exactly what's needed to fix wall street, which directly contradicts what she said on the campaign trail. and, you know, all of this plays into the argument that bernie sanders had been saying all ahong that she would is i anything to get elected. >> right. so if this had come out during the primaries and by the way if this trump tape had come out during the primaries, do you think either of them would have the nomination right now? >> great question. it's all about timing, right? >> bernie sanders be with the democratic nominee if this stuff had come out earlier. >> and if the trump story hadn't come out today, this would be the lead story across every newspaper, every news show. >> i think the highlight of these wikileaks is just two
completely different versions of hillary clinton. one behind closed doors and one when she is out on the stump. >> and she even said as much. you need to have a personal policy and professional policy. >> bretth let's bring in leslie, the head of the democratic african-american women caucus in florida who react to all of this. leslie, nice to see you this morning. first, your reaction to these new transcripts leaked overnight and to that question would she be the democratic nominee at this hour if these transcripts had come out months ago? >> i don't think so. >> really? >> i don't think so at all. >> why do you say that? >> well, you know, bernie sanders was actually right. and now the transcripts are showing that he was right. now we see why she didn't want to show everybody what those transcripts said. i actually find that amusing. you know if the democrats knew what were in those transcripts, they wouldn't have elected her.
and she knew it. he knew it and now everybody else knows it. >> yeah. well, here is the problem. you have her in those speeches talking about open borders, talking about how she lives a more privileged life than others. one of the speeches that they leaked out was her towering about that. and then she is out on the campaign talking to the african-american communities trying to convince them that she is one of them. she understands what they are going through. is she taking their support for granted especially when these are leaked out? >> well, you know, democrats have taken the fraternal community for granted for a very long time. so that's nothing new. absolutely she is doing that i mean, here you have your surrogates barack obama, michelle obama saying vote for hillary. she thinks that's enough. she thinks that's all that needs to happen. i have been saying this for a very lock time and continue saying no, that's not enough. you know, depending on which polls you look at, hillary clinton is receiving anywhere from 68% to under
85% in the african-american community in florida. when barack obama won florida in 2012, he did it where w. over 95%. and he barely squeaked by. i think he won with less than 75,000 votes over mitt romney. so she is not going to win florida unless she gets into the communities, her campaign, knocks on some doors and convinces the african-american community to vote for her why they should vote for her. what's happening now and what i'm hearing and seeing is they are just not enthusiastic about hillary clinton's campaign. about her presidency. >> now, leslie, i keep hearing democratic party leaders and their surrogates in the comedian i can't speak on behalf of african-american voters and say this is what african-american voters want. this is what they need, et cetera, et cetera. does that grade on you at all? do you think they are in a position to speak for african-american voters. >> absolutely not. that's what i call plantation politics. those days are gone. they cannot speak for us. and we will not allow that
i'm actually over on the west coast of florida. i'm normally on the east coast. i'm hearing the same thing over here that i hear over there. they cannot speak for us. that's why that campaign is in panic mode because they know that what's going to hand is people will not turn out. they are north going to rush to vote for donald trump but they will not turn out for hillary clinton. she does not inspire the african-american community. period. she doesn't. >> interesting. thanks a lot for your analysis this morning, leslie. great to see you. >> you too. >> this video is unbelievable. people strand on a hotel porch as hurricane matthew drowns one of florida's most historic cities. janice dean is tracking the storm's path. she is joining us next. >> plus, kurt the cyber guy was in new orleans during hurricane katrina. he is going to share the tools you need to track the storm and stay safe.
good morning, i'm meteorologist janice dean. still tracking hurricane matthew, category 2 storm winds 125 miles per hour. the eye of the storm is just offshore of charleston, south carolina. watching for the potential of not only storm surge and heavy rain but tornadoes. a tornado watch in effect for parts of south carolina and north carolina until 4:00 p.m. as we could see the potential for some weak rotation and some tornadoes that could do some structural damage. wind gusts. we have seen wind gusts in excess of 85 miles per hour in hilton head, and that is going to be continuous all up and down the east coast. the potential for over a foot of rain fall and historic storm surge that we are going to be tracking along with matthew. new update coming out at 8:00. we have it here from the fox news extreme weather center. back to you. >> thank you, janice. kurt the cyber guy knows all
about hurricanes. he was in new orleans during hurricane katrina. we have ipad app.s to talk about this morning. how are you. >> good morning. you go through a storm or hurricane like that in new orleans and you learn a thing or two about what it's like to recover from a hurricane. and right now this morning you are waking up and seeing no matter whether you have a loved one in that area or you yourself are in that area. but to on to the apps including one that doesn't require an app. at all it's a website. works on a tablet or desktop and looking to sky. this map looks like one identical we were seeing with janice moments ago and using high tech weather computers. >> janice has the state of the art everything in her weather center they spare no expense. this has the same detail. you can layer this and find out where is this hurricane going to be in the next hour? when do you that it takes a little time to catch up. numbers you are seeing here actual wind speed circling
around. indeed janice is correct it is going up the coast bottom part of south carolina. zoom in and guess more accurate. hyper local features to this. and then you layer like that. and then this is where it's going to be at say 10:00 a.m. this morning. there it goes a little bit further off the coast. gadd news for us. but very good news if you are tracking the storm to get back into your community because this is going to show you what is going to be like for the fire department, for the police department, to the utilities to get back out there. when the storm is gone, that's when they come back in. >> this is called vientusky. apps out there that let you listen to the police scanners to the fire rescue scanners. and here is one called scanner 911 pro. it's a few dollars to download. you can go county to county. and city to city. we're looking at georgia right now. but you could just simply hit scanner 911 pro. dial up the state that you
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a line drive during game 2. he appeared all right but he was taking to the hospital out of precaution. blue jays beat texas 5-3. scary moments when this plane aboart aborts a landing to avoid a crash. it went up against some violent cross winds. the quick-thinking pilot able to pull the plane up and make a safe landing next go around. >> why, thank you, clayton morris. former president bill clinton rails on obamacare. remember this? >> you have got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare and then the people are out there busting it, sometimes 60 hours a week wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> yeah. there was that and the "wall street journal" reported that the system is collapsing. noting that in 2017 insurance premiums in the u.s. will increase 24.2% so
why is this so under reported? >> fox business network stu varney joins to us break it all down the great stu varney. >> it's going to continue to be under reported after the events of last night. the plain truth is president obama, the left, they do not want to admit that the signature achievement, the domestic achievement of president obama is collapsing. obamacare is collapsing. >> take a look at insurance premium increases in 2017. this is remarkable. this is what we were promised by the way would not happen. >> right. >> look at these, arizona 68% at the top of the list. illinois down 43 e north carolina. huge increase. >> average premium increase for 2017 is 24%. 24%. that's the average. >> this is not affecting all americans equally. it's not affecting the rich and not affecting the poor. affecting people in the middle who don't vote democrat. >> that is true. >> it is affecting all americans. next year one in five
americans in the exchanges will not have any choice about their insurance carrier. only one in their area. it goes from bad to worse because the insurers, they are dropping out. young people are not signing up in sufficient numbers to bail out the entire system. and the architect of the whole plane was zeke emanuel. one of the architects. i had him on my program just the other day. i said what's the fix here? he said bigger taxpayer subsidies. taxpayer bailout for the insurers and bigger fines. i think we have got the tape. watch this. >> you want to fine people more if they don't have insurance? >> republicans have endorsed enhancing the mandate penalties for precisely this reason. >> you want to fine people more? >> yes. republicans want to do that. >> i will take that as a yes. you want to fine people more. you want to increase the subsidies, taxpayer money going to consumers.
>> yes. >> increase payments to insurance companies? that's your fix? >> that's why it's under reported. with a fix like that, which in the media. >> so their scheme doesn't work but we get punished for it? >> that is correct. they want more money from to us prop up the collapsing scheme. >> what does this mean going forward? there is an election going on five weeks from now we are going to know who the next president is what does this mean depending on who takes over the white house? >> i'm inclined to say what does it mean for the debate tomorrow night and debate going forward? i think this is going to be swents under the rug entirely. >> that's bad though. >> completely overshadow this crisis in obamacare. this crisis for healthcare in america. >> stuart, that's sad. >> that's a crying shame. >> we also learned this morning we have been reporting on the show. that speech that bill clinton gave was vetted by the white house. that president obama knew about what was said in that speech. therefore, setting hillary clinton up to be the fixer. do you buy that? >> if that's the fix, i don't think anybody wants it. i think the fix that henry
has in mind is more socialized medicine. >> right. >> she wants to move us all toward a single pair system like the british national health. like canada's system. i think that's where they want to go. whether it was some kind of a conspiracy to make her -- to promote her view of this, that, i'm staying away from. i'm saying it's collapsing and nobody is going to do anything about it in the immediate future. >> we are all going to be on medicare and medicaid. >> it's a terrible thing. >> ed klein who is behind that theory is up on our show to talk about it in a few minutes here, stuart. >> good. >> tune in from your office. >> i will with coffee. >> stuart varney whose show on fox business is awesome and love it. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. are you kidding? i was just on it yesterday. i loved it. >> the ratings beeped just like that because you were on it. >> thank you. if you are just waking up this morning, you missed a whole heck of a lot. we are covering the storm and all big political news. we are live on the scene at the debate in st. louis as
food morning, this is saturday, october 8th. i'm abb abby huntsman and this is a fox news alert. >> whup! >> look at that from death to downed trees, hurricane matthew working his way up the coast now wreaking havoc on south carolina. at least four now are dead. entire cities are under water and more than a million without power. the storm is far from over. we have got live coverage this morning. >> and an unprecedented apology from donald trump for his hot mike moment. >> i have said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. >> this morning, new fallout
for donald trump and new information on who leaked that tape in the first place. >> and you wouldn't know it, but that wasn't the only shocker overnight. buckle your seat belt because hillary clinton also had something of an october surprise. >> i kind of think if you get paid a couple of hundred thousand dollars for a speech, must be a great speech. i think we should release it and let the american people see what that transcript is. >> good day tore bernie sanders. unfortunately for him it came a little too late. we actually have some of those wall street speeches and every bit as interesting as bernie suggested. it's an amazing morning in america. we're glad to be with you. ♪ ♪ >> oh my god. whew! >> saturated ground lifting up all of those trees,
hurricane matthew carving a path of destruction you will and you of and down the atlantic coast. causing devastation in many coastal communities. >> at least four people are now dead in florida. more than a million people are without power. and just in to our newsroom, an update on that now category 2 storm as 100 mile-per-hour winds slam charleston harbor in south carolina. >> there is an awful lot going on in the natural world and thank heavens janice dean is live in the weather center with updates. she has been there for many hours. good to see you, janice. >> schroll. this storm can't weaken fast enough. we got the latest advisory from the national hurricane center down to category 1 storm. 85 mile-per-hour discuss stained winds. we are still seeing the potential for historic storm surge. flash flooding, tornadoes, and this storm continues to stay offshore. we were thinking maybe a landfall later this morning. but the center of the storm is 20 miles south-southeast of charleston. we may never get a landfall.
but the damage has been done. and the potential for historic storm surge as i mentioned and the tornado threat exists until 4:00 p.m. local time. tornado watch here because sometimes with these land falling tropical systems you already have the counterclockwise motion and friction. that's why the potential for tornadoes exist. wind gusts in excess of 100 miles per hour yesterday along the florida coast line. we still have the potential for over a foot of rainfall. those wind gusts are going to be ongoing for the next 12 to 24 hours. when we finally say good bye to this storm on sunday. and we're going to continue to monitor the damage because i believe we're going to see, in some cases, historic storm surge and damage all along the coast hundreds of miles from matthew. >> a long road ahead for a lot of people. janice dean live for us this morning. >> you bet. >> of course, donald trump offering a rare apology for decade old comments he made about women over at nbc.
here is a portion of what he said. >> i
better use some particular tacks just in case i start -- tic-tacs inn. case i start kissing her. when you are a star they let you do it. you can do anything. >> you can do whatever you want. >> john roberts is covering the fallout this morning from st. louis on the eve of the second presidential debate. john, i don't know if you call this an october surprise. i don't know what you call it. >> you call it the last thing you want when you are a can at that time for president of the united states. particularly at this point in the race abby. good morning to you abby, tucker and clayton as well. there are lots of more lewd and you have far parts of that tape that we decided we are not going to play for you because this is, after all, morning television. but just suffice it to say that they have created instantaneous reaction running through the republican party. and a lot of people literally running away from donald trump as fast as they can. one of them, the speaker of
the house paul ryan. he was supposed to have a big unity event this afternoon in elk horn, wisconsin. this is something that was brokered boy the republican national committee chairman reince priebus to call in a favor of his old friend paul ryan. he and donald trump were supposed to be on stage for the first time ever in this campaign. campaigning together. yesterday afternoon as a result of the tape
that was released paul ryan has disinvited donald trump. saying in a statement, quote: i'm sickened by what i heard today. women are to be championed and reveered. not on objectified. no one should ever be described in these terms or talked about in this manner, ever. jason chaffetz has withdrawn his support of the candidate saying, quote: can i no longer endorse donald trump for the presidency. the trump worried about wholesale republicans come out to support donald trump. late last night, talking the
unprecedented step of releasing a videotaped apology from donald trump, shortly after midnight. here's a part of that. >> i have never said i'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be
someone that i'm not. i have said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me knows she's words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> at the same time, he was expressing contrition though he also lashed out at bill and hillary clinton saying if you think what i said was bad, think about what they did. listen to this. >> bill clinton has actually abused women and hillary has bull idea, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims. we will discuss this more in the coming days. >> now, a couple of big questions in all of this abby, tucker, and clayton. what will the fall-out today be?
don't forget this broke late yesterday afternoon on a friday. he has issued that apology. will that aamea ameal united a s that we will see develop thought the day. back to you. >> it will be interesting. >> john roberts. boy, this went off like a bomb yesterday. >> friday news dump. >> yrng there were many people voting for trump in the first place because they think he is like a great moral example to their children. i think they are voting for him because they agree whim on the issues and afraid of hillary and afraid where the country is going. i still think seein seeing thisn tape pretty tough. >> that's what charles krauthammer said last night we all know that's trump talks behind cam ransd behind
closed doors. now that there is audio of it it's all the more damning for him. judge jeanine pirro close friend of him last night on hannity had this to say. she was disgusted by it. listen. >> he apologized. >> he did. >> that was the right thing to do. it is offensive.
it is insulting. it is demeaning. all that language. but here's the thing. the man -- he was in entertainment. he was in theater. i don't excuse it i think it's horrific. when you juxtaposed words against the actions of a woman who sold arms to isis, against the actions whose victimized by husband. >> i want to stay focused. >> if you come out and apologize and in the same paragraph you also then, you know go, after bill clinton. i don't think that's the right thing to do an apology at all. they are separate issues. yes. you can have a discussion about this. this was you on tape saying this horrible things about women. take, you know, take accountability for it don't spin it in to hillary clinton or bill clinton. >> this makes me sad for the state of the country right now. >> that we have to talk about this. >> this is so sad that you have this hot mike coming out and then you have the response of well bill clinton has done worse. you are thinking, you know, about the people voting out there and the things that they care about and their lives every day whether it's
the economy or national security. and to your point what people do love about donald trump is the fact that he will go places. he will say things that normal politicians won't say. the question is was this a step too far for voters like evangelicals, hike independents? like even democrats that aren't excited about hillary clinton? >> or the college educated women which you know, tucker, he needs to win badly. that's an area that he needs to carve out a space n pennsylvania and those places. >> it's tough. here's the saddest part. and it's, you know, it's trump's fault. and there are a lot of factors here. but it distracts from what's actually happening. and in america. and this are a lot of things happening that we are not talking about. there are a lot of i worth talking about. some of them rose to the level of national consciousness yesterday when wikileaks leaked a bunch of speeches, transcripts we believe are transcripts of speeches that hillary gave to a bunch of different banks, to wrote. and in one of them she said. this this is generally interesting and worth hearing. quote: my dream is a
hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders. that is just kind of lays it out there. this not an defense of trump, obviously. there is another person running in the race and she has a good chance of being president and maybe she should cover this. >> not just someone running the only other alternative in the race. >> what would america look like if we had open borders. simple question. it would be destroyed in a year. >> you know that the people she is he can spooking to behind those chosed doors supports that these rich wall street bankers, republicans in washington. who will publicly say they don't support open borders behind closed doors in these meetings, these big bankers they absolutely do support it. >> you know who doesn't daughter it, person voters. that's the reason exist. if you open the borders wider than they already are. you would destroy this country's economy and environment. it would be crowded and dirty and unfair to the people who live here including immigrants who live here. that's a terrible idea. >> that's why you look at the polling and she has consistently done so poorly when it comes to
trustworthiness. when wikileaks came out that highlights that all the more that she is two different people you see behind closed doors and on the campaign trail. >> this is extreme position. really is. out of sync swift majority of the population by awful lot. it gets no attention. it's frustrating. a lot of it is donald trump calling attention to himself instead of the issues that matter. >> both big dumps that happened yesterday. >> ginger wrote thus morning the difference between what donald trump said and hillary said what trump said does not effect the well-being of our country while what hillary does does effect the well-being of our country. >> all right. well joel in north carolina asked which is worse the words donald used referring to women or the actions military used against bill's female victims? >> lynn writes this: let's get back to what really matters in this election, the security, economy, the united states of america and supreme court justices. this is what matters. >> charles says this trump's
comments of 10 years ago, remember then he was a democrat. okay. >> a lot of opinions. i think the take away from that is what have you been saying, tucker, too, is there are so many issues and five weeks before this election. one day before this big debate tomorrow night. and we are not even talking about them. >> by the way, there is a reason we are not talking about them. that is because, you know, some people are benefiting from these policies. that is the truth. some people are actively getting richer and happier from policies that the majority of the country does not support. that's not democratic. >> and when you talk to a lot of thoughtful economists who believe that we're heading for economic collapse in 2017, that should be the front page story. that should be the thing that we are all talking about. >> i agree. >> is this the nell in the cougcoffin. >> i covered the schwarzenegger race a lot of drama stuff like this and he got elected. i have literally no idea. >> how many nells in coffins do you have? >> i have given up all speculation. i personally swish, last
thing i say is what would hillary clinton have to say to lose the support of the democratic party? there is nothing she could say that would see democratic senators disavowing her. literally nothing. that's interesting. >> it's an interesting question. >> we have a fox news alert to get to. hurricane matthew may be weakening. the threat from eye wall making landfall. >> we already know what bill clinton thinks about obamacare. >> you have this crazy system where all of the sudden 25 million more people have healthcare and then the people are out there butting it. >> holy smokes. the truth leaks out. and according to h ed klein, that was not a gaffe. he said it on purpose. we will get his take on that coming up.
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so much going on in the world. you hate to think amazing moment like this would be drowned out by the other noise. don't miss it. bill clinton lashing out at president obama's signature bill. watch. got this crazy system where people have more healthcare. busting it, premiums doubled and coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> wit, so hillary is unrur running for obama's third term but her husband is slamming obamacare? huh? was that a & a financial? no says our next guest. did was completely scripted. it was approved by obama himself. that is the reporting of the man who joins us now. he is, of course, the famous journalist ed klein author of the new book "guilty as
sin." great to see you this morning. >> good to be with you. >> hard to believe that was approved by obama. >> i didn't believe it at first. there he goes again, bill clinton going off message. being crazy. not being the great communicator that he used to be. so i called the clinton campaign and i asked them, you know, what happened? they said this is all coordinated with the white house. i said what do you mean it's coordinated? >> they said it's clear this at this town hall mightd hillary's greatest vermont is going to be a question from either anderson cooper or raddatz aboutma care no longer being the o. fordable, affordable care act. so they decided rather than being defensive, let's get our stuff together. so, they coordinated with the president, now, i said, come on. so i called my sources in the white house and, in fact, obama is on the phone
literally with hillary every single day coordinating her campaign. and he told her according to my source and this is a source close to valerie jarrett that, listen, let's admit that we have got a problem and that you, hillary, can fix it you are the person who can fix it. bill clinton was looped into this whole thing and so hillary was -- is prepared, if this ever comes up. given what, you know, the trump stuff, that we ever talk about it to say, yes, we have got a real problem. chelsea clinton, by the way, said exactly the same thing the other day when she made a speech. >> i guess, one of the reasons i'm skeptical it's so out of character. i mean, the president is so thin skinned that anyone who doesn't cow to him in his circle is dismissed immediately. >> all he cares about is saving obamacare. that's his great legacy. and he knows that he is in trouble on that score. >> you are saying that they
believe by criticizing her or allowing the former president criticize it indemnifies it. >> not only criticize but fixing it trump is going to throw it out the window. we're not going to throw it out the window. we are going to make it affordable again. >> interesting. we will carry you over in the next block. i hope you dent mind. >> no. >> ed klein will be when we come right back. you would be crazy to turn the channel. please tonight. ♪ ♪
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tension between the two families and that hillary clinton was actually not the president's first choice for democratic nominee. >> well, you know, as i wrote, there waste wasn't, still is a blood feud between obama and especial i had bill clinton. and when hillary threw her hat into the ring, obama was looking for alternative to hillary. >> yes. >> and he tried to so hard to get joe biden to run. biden spent so much money on the medical bills for his son bo that he had to sell his house. and obama even offered to lend him money to keep the house in his possession. that's how close they were. >> wow. >> but biden simple my wasn't ready. he was still in this grief. and he said no, i can't do it. obama then asked elizabeth warren from massachusetts to come to the oval office to talk about it. and he pressured her to run. and she said no.
so he was left with no choice, according to valerie jarrett. and valerie jarrett, his big advisor said and this is a quote from israeli to a friend whom i interviewed. getting obama to support hillary clinton was like shoving a toad down his throat. >> i have never understood. this elizabeth warren who i think she would turn us into venezuela, her views are much more in line with those of the democratic primary voters. she had to know that why wouldn't she run? i never understood it. >> you look in her past there is a lot of skeletons in her past. she used to flip houses. she would buy houses at a low cost and then sell them high she lives in 2.5-million-dollar mamtion in cambridge, massachusetts. she has a cook. she has two maids. this is a woman who lives like the 1% and then she goes off and makes she's speeches which are in total contrast to her own private
life. >> elizabeth warren lives in 2.5-million-dollar house. >> i don't believe that she is a woman of the people. >> that's what she would like everybody to believe. >> interesting. that's an interesting story. ed klein, thank you very much for joining us. >> thank you so much. >> great to see you this morning. abby huntsman. >> we have a lot going on this morning. we are tracking hurricane matthew a category 1 storm carve ago path of destruction along the atlantic coast including this crumbling road in southern, florida. >> leland vittert is live in florida. how bad is the damage there. >> pretty bad, clayton. good morning to you. that road is about 20 or so miles north of where we are. the devastation isn't widespread and catastrophic. certainly if you are the owner of that gas station as that gentleman who is walking around is, seeing it for the very first time, his lively hood totally destroyed. flipped upside down literally by hurricane matthew. it's pretty profound and pretty terrible. the flooding is obviously going to be the big issue with this storm.
that is exactly what is happening now in savanna and charleston as matthew is making its way north. and the storm surge and the flooding is not only what causes the most damage but also often what causes the most number of deaths as people try to venture out into that high water and it comes up just so quickly especially with matthew. the storm surge in the atlantic is higher than almost anything we have ever seen. it is the perfect storm surge of a high tide combined with the eye of the hurricane coming along and pushing that water in. back here in daytona beach, the big issue they are going to be dealing with for a long time to come is beach erosion here which is critical to the tourism industry that's the number one industry in volusia county. obviously you can't have spring break at daytona beach without a beach. we talked with-to-senator marco rubio yesterday who talked about getting millions of federal dollars in to try and get the beach cleaned up. the other big issue, 88% of the people here in volusia
county, 9 5% of the people in the county just north of us are some of the 1 million people in florida who do not have power this morning. if you have ever been in florida, in the middle of october, without power, it is absolutely miserable. no airconditioning. no cold water. no ability to really keep any kind of food around. and it could be a couple of weeks now until the power gets turned pack on. florida power and light has 40 plus trucks just here in daytona beach. trying to get the lights turned back on. duracell, meantime, has brought down there master relief trucks one here and one in charleston each with 2,000 pounds of free batteries and ability to charge 45 cell phones at a time. something people here desperately need. back to you guys. >> we are showing some live photos of jacksonville, can you see just how bad the flooding is in some of these areas lock at that right there. mid 2,000s, multiple
hurricanes. crisscrossing florida. they just managed to get a lot of these beaches back up and running, new smynra beach. daytona beach was disseminated there. all up and down the space coast, once again washed away. >> the sun might be up this morning but a long road ahead for a lot of people. coming up. how is the clinton camp reacting to the latest wikileaks dump. mike emanuel on the campaign trail next. >> hillary clinton and donald trump dealing with new scandals this morning. how had it impact tomorrow's debate? howie car is here next to react. migraines aren't just bad headaches. they steal moments from my life. that's why i use excedrin. it starts to relieve migraine pain in just 30 minutes.
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response from the clinton campaign as you might expect. hillary clinton's twitter account said, quote: this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to become president. her running mate, tim kaine, reacted on camera to the latest revelations and he called out top republicans like the speaker of the house. >> paul ryan was going to campaign with donald trump tomorrow. and he has stopped the event. they are not going to campaign. he hasn't said i don't support donald trump. they are just not going to do the event. so he needs to be asked. and everybody needs to be asked do you still think this man is qualified to be president? >> then there is the controversy over the apparent hacking of clinton campaign chairman john podesta's email which reveals some of what hillary clinton apparently said in some of those big dollar wall street speeches. according to wikileaks, clinton said one speech, quote: but if everybody is watching, you know, all the back room discussions and deals, you know, then people get a little nervous to say the least. so you need both a public
and private position. then wall street insiders are what need to fix wall street. people who know the industry better than reserve people who work in the industry. that's likely to make bernie sanders and a lot of his diehard supporters absolutely crazy. they wanted to know what hillary clinton was saying in those wall street speeches. what she was getting paid so much money to say. and i should note that the clinton campaign is not confirming the authenticity of those emails but they are also not denying that podesta was hacked. back to you guys in new york. >> unbelievable. 31 days. >> thanks, mike. >> can't make it up. thanks, mike. >> all right. we're going to bring in the pride of boston, massachusetts. one of the most famous and long standing columnists and radio show hosts in the hub. howie carr joins us this morning. howie, it's great to see you. >> good morning. >> good toe so you guys. >> what do you make of this? you spent your high of summing up the news in a wise and pithy way. what's your gut reaction to what we saw last night? >> loose lips sink ships,
tucker. but only for donald trump apparently. you know, i have been watching you this morning talking about the open borders comment from hillary clinton. to me that's a lot bigger gaffe shall woe say than than this p word controversy going on with donald trump. the other thing about, you know, the outrage that's being perpetrated out here. it's not like bill clinton is any stranger to the p word. look at the drudge report. they have a story about it or google bill clinton vernon jordan, martha's vineyard and the p word and see what turns up. you know. this is nothing new. i mean, his comments are indefensible but do they really rise to the level of outrage that we are seeing? i don't think so. >> howie, is this just a sad state ofve a lot of people waking up saying both of these new stories dropped last night and as you were saying both sides are trying to say the other one is worse when it comes to women and here we are five weeks
before the election, one day before this next big debate. how did we get here? is this just a sad state of affairs? this is a sad time. >> that's the way it is. if you go to the websites of all the major newspapers, there is six, seven eight stories about donald trump and the whole wikileaks, john podesta controversy is a died bar story. it's like an interview with the losing pitcher in a baseball game it doesn't seem like they are interested. well, they are not interested in what hillary clinton said. hillary clinton she has been telling us she was dead broke when she left the white house. she is making it seem like, you know, she grew up in a shotgun shack and now we find out she is telling goldman sak's i'm far removed from the struggles of the middle class. she is telling lloyd blankfine basically how tough it is to be a multimillionaire. again, it's got no traction.
>> charles krauthammer brought it up last night. lock, we knew both of these things were true. hillary clinton talking to big banks. >> right. >> these conversations were taking place. we knew that donald trump behind closed doors would talk this way, sort of disgust about women. when you hear that audio, that's what charles said, that's the damning piece. to hear him saying that. he is running for the presidency of the united states. how do you stand there and talk your daughter if you are supporting him? that's a big problem for him? how does he fix this? can he? >> i don't know. we're going to see. he seemed chastened last night in that video that was released late. i don't know how he can come back from the debate. i was with him on thursday night in new hampshire when he was doing a dry run although he said it wasn't from the town hall meeting. you know, is he a smart guy. i think he will do the best he can to come back. but, you know, i don't think that the way to recover here is to, you know, throw mud at bill clinton. what do you think, tucker? do you think he should go
with that? >> i mean, honestly, i'm very frustrated with trump. i think there is a lot going on in america. he has fund mentionly good message. only one articulating that. this detracts from that. i'm also mad at the press. not that they shouldn't cover it they should cover it. they should also cover hillary. if you think she ought to be president. we have a month ago. the public has a right. the press not going to go there it might hurt her campaign. that seems irresponsible to me. >> i agree. i picked up the "boston globe." my competitor newspaper today, and they have reactions to donald trump's comments to women sur voifers of sex attacks. i mean, come on. what about juanita broderick, kathleen willey. again, i guess i'm falling into the trap. respond a tacking bill clinton. but it's just totally out of proportion.
every pajama boy in the flailing broad sheets has this license to take on donald trump again. and it's ridiculous. >> howie, quickly, tomorrow night's big debate, everybody is going to be watching closely. what does he do? these controversies are absolutely going to come up. how does he handle that? >> i think he has just got to talk about the real issues. you know, the trade, the fact that she wants open borders. that she wants open trade. the fact that she says that, you know, in these leaked wikileaks documents that, you know, you have to have a private and public stance. so she is obviously confirming what we have known all along about tppp and open borders and amnesty he has got to make those points. forget bill clinton's sorted past. >> talk about the issues. i always aagree with howie carr and especially this morning. thanks, howie. good to see you. >> thanks, guys. >> daylight showing the full
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paragraph and we are pack with a fox news alert. hurricane matthew pounding the coast of south carolina this hour. tornado watches issued in several counties as devastating winds and torrential rain pummeled that region. >> we have live team coverage this morning with jonathan serrie in folly beach, south carolina. first we are going to go to fox news meteorologist janice dean who has been tracking this storm. good morning, janice. >> we are tracking the fact that hurricane matthew has weakened a little bit. we need to weaken it a little bit more it has been a major hurricane for a week and now down to a category 1. 85 mile-per-hour sustained winds.
the tornado threat is going to be ongoing with some of these outer bands moving inland. and we could see water spouts and as they make their way toward the land, they become tornadoes. weak tornadoes are possible. tornado watch until 4 o'clock p.m. local time. we have a tornado warning here from one of these feeder bands moving across shore near the wilmington area. weak tornadoes but they could cause structural damascus. i want to show you some of the wind gusts in and around hilton head and buford. 60 miles per hour off the shore of charleston. south carolina. murettle beach as well. up towards north carolina here. at least tropical storm force winds. storm surge in some cases bo highigh tide. heavy rainfall 12 inches plus across south carolina and north carolina. and, then, the strong winds going to be ongoing. jonathan serrie we have been
following you at folly beach. looks like the winds have calmed down a little bit. you are just around the charleston area. give me your locater. >> that's right. we are in folly beach, one of the barrier islands just off the coast of charleston. and it appears that the wind is beginning to shift direction and so i can't tell if the winds have temporarily died down or if we're just on a protected side of the building where woe are standing in front of our hotel. but the rains we have been experiencing heavy rains on and off. and then behind me you can see the surf just battering the pier. right now this is areas is experiencing low tide so fortunately that's mitigating some of the effects of the storm surge. but some of the barrier island communities further down the coast were experiencing some problems overnight. etis stow island reporting water washing up under. so homes there the state had
hoped to have as many as half a million people evacuate low loying areas or as of last night they had reported 355,000 people had left their homes in low lying areas. we expect to get an update from the state later this morning. back to you. >> all right. thanks, jonathan. well, how should donald trump handle the latest controversy at this weekend's debate? and what about hillary clinton's secret speeches just revealed by wikileaks? tragedy for both sides when we come back. >> plus geraldo rivera and neil cavuto. they are both here live. you do not want to miss this. ♪ ♪ (announcer vo) you can go straight home.
hillary clinton has run our country into the ground. i've said some foolish things, but there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people. bill
clinton has actually abused women, and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed and intimidated his victims. >> that was donald trump's response last night with both campaigns facing controversies right now. how do hillary clinton and donald trump handle the big debate tomorrow night? >> well, scott jennings is a republican strategist and veteran of four presidential campaigns. he's prepped candidates for the debate stage in the past and joins us now. scott, how does he handle this tomorrow night? i mean, this is obviously the biggest story here. he's got to come out and issue some sort of an apology in front of this audience? how does he do it? >> well, if he doesn't come out between now and then, yes, he's going to have to deal with this tomorrow night right out of the
top of the show. and that may alter the outcome of the debate and affect his ability to control the flow of the debate. that's why if i were the trump campaign i would strongly consider some public comments between now and sunday night. not on a teleprompter but something straight from the heart that shows real contrition. otherwise this whole issue may affect his ability to get control of the debate sunday which will then of course effect the ability to win the debate in the eyes of the voters. >> you say control debate but he's also got to control the message and the economy. something everyone saying he needs to revert back to. how does he do that in this sort of town hall type format which he's done a number of times but it's more intimate. you also have the audience taking part as well. >> yeah,
he needs some question from the audience that deal with trade and jobs. in the last debate when he got on these topics, he was really strong. that was right at the top of the debate. you see he's still winning this in some of the surveys better on the economy than hillary clinton. he also needs to try to pivot on any question, any topic he needs
to try to restore the control of the debate to the area of economy and jobs so he can say, look, what really matters to people is do i have a job, can i pay for my kids' education, am i going to have a better quality of life for my children and grandchildren. everything has to return to that bucket for him and to the extent the debate gets off that track it's going to be hard for him to control and it will not be a good night. >> scott, you can just feel the train coming down the tracks right now, right? i mean, how do you -- we all want people to be talking about the economy, but when you have these republicans defecting saying they're pulling support for him, rumblings they're asking should mike pence step in and run in his place? how do you handle that at the debate? you want to get back on message and you're asked about whether or not you're going to be the candidate after the night. >> tough. >> it's a great question. it's why i would strongly consider public comments or a press conference between now and then because when those kinds of questions come up at the debate, you can say, look, i held a press conference, made a speech,
i would love people to watch that. tonight i want to talk about, you know, fill in the blank issues you actually want to be talking about. if he doesn't make public comments between now and the debate, he'll have to answer those questions. and every minute lost on those questions at the debate is a minute he's not talking about the economy which is a minute lost to hillary clinton. >> we'll all be watching closely, scott jennings, thanks for being with us this morning. thank you. >> thank you. >> whole thing feels dirty. the wikileaks stuff, this stuff. >> it's a lot. >> what does geraldo think about these scandals? >> i think he has an opinion. >> i think he does. he'll join us on the curvy couch next. >> tucker, please escort geraldo into the building. >> look at those two. ♪ you both have a perfect driving record.
[ bleep ]. >> wow, look at that. daylight revealing the full extent of hurricane matthew's ravage. four cities are under water and more than a million people without power. we've got live team coverage. >> and it turns out all the news happens on saturdays these days. an unprecedented apology from donald trump for his hot mike moment. >> i've said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. >> presidential race turned upside down a month before election day. we've got all the details and the implications. >> and that wasn't the only overnight shocker. hillary clinton also in for an october surprise thanks to wikileaks. >> now, i kind of think if you get paid a couple hundred thousand dollars for a speech, must be a great speech. i think we should release it and let the american people see.
>> well, somebody wake up bernie sanders because we've got those transcripts of the speeches this morning. our very first look at hillary's wall street speeches and what she was trying to hide. "fox & friends" hour four starts right now. start with this fox news alert. hurricane matthew carving a path of destruction along the east coast. these florida beach houses left in ruins after the now-category 1 storm rolled through. >> even this fighter jet facing fierce winds and rains on the u.s.s. yorktown in charleston, south carolina. >> more than 1.4 million people across the east coast are without power right now as matthew continues to move through the atlantic. and, bill, our fox 46 charlotte affiliate is live in charleston this morning. we are going to go to him, but we also want to start with
janice deen live in our weather center with the latest there. >> good morning. we're watching charleston very carefully. a really strong band went through the area with at least tropical storm force winds. and they're getting the rain as you saw in that live shot. we'll definitely talk to bill in just a second, but we have watches to talk about. tornado watch until 4:00 p.m. local time for parts of south carolina and north carolina where we could see weak tornadoes that could cause some structural damage because we've got these outer bands moving across land we've already got that rotation in place. forecast rainfall really could be staggering in some of these areas, upwards of a foot. and the ground is saturated. so you saw that tree coming out of the ground with its roots, that's the type of thing that we could see. and power outages are going to be imminent all along the east coast of south carolina up towards north carolina and maybe even virginia. and you can see the flood advisories we have in place. so not done yet. still a category 1. hopefully offshore by tomorrow
afternoon. and we will be so happy to say good-bye to hurricane matthew. >> yeah, for sure. >> yeah. >> thanks, janice. we want to get to bill live in charleston, south carolina, along the battery there, which is a really beautiful part of town where people go jogging along the water. and there's million dollar homes look like they're under water, bill. >> yeah, good morning, guys. obviously not the best time for some jogging right now. the charleston harvard behind us. the seawall has officially been breached. the flooding is a result of that. let me step out of the way so you can see what we're looking at. this park is completely under water. we haven't gone to see how deep it is, but taking a look at the fire hydrant halfway submerged we're guessing a foot maybe two feet of water submerging this entire park area right now. now, we wanted to get up to the railing to kind of show you guys the waves coming up over that seawall, but our first broke the
wave, water, all too intense. there are some really nice homes up here. there are million dollar historical home properties right here, some of which are flooded, the yards are flooded. and the good news here is that this part of charleston is an absolute ghost town right now. there is nobody, okay. you'll remember governor nikki haley said she wanted at least a million folks to evacuate from the area. they only got about 300,000, which they weren't too happy about. they shut down i-26, so all traffic going into charleston they wanted everybody going out. and listen to this, the national weather service, they gave us some information saying that at ft. sumter -- about to lose my hat here, that's the civil war -- that's where the civil war first started off in charleston harbor. there goes the hat. they got a wind gauge -- or they got a storm surge rating of over nine feet. okay. that is third highest in history for ft. sumter. that's right behind hurricane hugo back in 1989. so as you can see here the full
wrath of hurricane matthew here in charleston, this park flooded. we've been watching this water come over the wall. and, again, we do have to point out we've seen some folks that are curious, evidently. they've been trying to drive through these flood waters to get up to the battery to take a look at the waves. obviously extremely ill advised. you've all heard the saying turn around, don't drown. thankfully they did end upturning around but had this water been deeper their cars could have gotten stuck, it could have been a very, very messy situation. we're going to keep staying reporting live out here in charleston for you guys giving you the latest coverage. again, we heard you had a reporter in folly beach, that's obviously getting hit pretty hard as well. >> yeah. >> all right. >> go get that hat. >> thanks, bill, doing a great job in charleston. >> what a beautiful area, too. so sad. another big story this morning, donald trump offering a rare apology for leaked decade old comments he made about women.
here's a portion of that. >> i've got tictacs in case i
start kissing her. i'm automatically attracted to beautiful women -- i just start kissing them. it's a magnet. and when you're a star, they'll let you do it. you can do anything. >> whatever you want. >> fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is covering the fallout this morning from st. louis on the eve of the second presidential debate. good morning, john. >> and good morning to you, clayton, tucker and abby, that tape gets a lot more vulgar than that too, but we figured you didn't need to have that along with your cheerios this morning. we'll save that for later in the day. suffice to say it tape release comes at the worst possible time for donald trump. he was hoping to make a real comeback in tomorrow night's debate here at washington university in st. louis. he's been practicing hard all week. he did that town hall in preparation for it on thursday night then this comes out. now he's seeing a lot of republicans who are turning their backs on him. so late last night the campaign made the decision that the only way to try to get ahead of this at least at the very beginning
was to make a nonrepented apology, if you will, so just after midnight last night donald trump released on twitter and facebook this message. here's a part of it. >> i've never said i'm a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone that i'm not. i've said and done things i regret.
and the words released today on a more than decade old video are one of them. anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> it remains to be seen whether or not this can fix some of the damage because a lot of it has already been done. the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell sent out a statement yesterday in which he said, quote, these comments are repugnant and unacceptable in any circumstance. illinois senator mark kirk who has had a long running feud with donald trump tweeted this out yesterday, djt is a malignant clown unprepared and unfit to be president of the united states.
and his running mate, mike pence, was said to be, quote, beside himself. his wife karen furious over what was revealed yesterday. but at a rally in roxford, ohio, which occurred after the story broke, his running mate mike pence didn't seem to indicate anything was a miss at all. listen to this. >> and when he does this talk and doesn't go tiptoeing around all those thousands of rules of political correctness that the media puts in the way for men and women that want to make a difference -- >> so donald trump today is going to be engaged in debate preparation. we understand the rnc chairman reince priebus who is also very critical of those remarks and chris christie will be working with him at least for a time because reince priebus will be heading to wisconsin for the fall fest event at which donald trump was supposed to appear on stage campaigning for the first
time with the speaker of the house paul ryan. but paul ryan who said he was sickened by donald trump's comments yesterday disinvited mr. trump, so mike pence will be taking his place on the stage
today. >> john roberts, crazy, crazy morning in the world of politics. thanks, john. >> thank you, john. >> all right. geraldo's here to break this down. geraldo, i don't think there's much controversy about the fact these are bad comments. i don't see anyone defending him. i don't think anyone's going to defend them. you know trump well, the mystery for me is what does he do next? how does he respond to this? >> well, how do you respond to a nuclear attack? i think that right now his campaign is on life support. this is an existential crisis. republicans are deserting the sinking ship. abby's dad, former governor of utah among others calling on trump to withdraw from the race. you have, you know, these comments are so grotesque in the context of this heightened sensitivity to sexual assault and sexual harassment that no one's going to laugh this off. the fact that he made that extraordinary midnight apology, i think that might have been helpful, but when you compare his apology to billy bush's,
billy bush said i'm ashamed, i'm deeply embarrassed. billy bush's apology was more profound and sincere it sounded to me than donald trump's which seemed reluctant, i'm not a perfect person, i've made mistakes. all hillary clinton has to do at the debate tomorrow is read a list of all the republicans who have deserted him or are deserting him, unendorsing him or disendorsing him and read some of the comments by reince priebus and some of the others. paul ryan supposed to be this big rally in wisconsin today. paul ryan disinvited him. the person i feel worst for is probably mike pence aside from melania trump and the family, i think it's deeply, deeply unsettling to them. these comments even in the context of 2005. 2005 is the current world we live in. it's not like you're going back deep into the '90s or madmen era of the '70s.
it's not a question of being for it or against it, tucker. i think you have to face the fact that here you have the story of wikileaks dumps the e-mail story and the speeches, the wall street speeches now are revealed. and you read them and there's a modest embarrassment for secretary clinton in there. it is a minor front page story but blared everywhere is trump the misogynist. >> look, i was offended by what trump said. and i'm mad at trump for saying it, period. however, hillary clinton said i'm for open borders, quote, i'm not mischaracterizing. she said that. that will destroy america like that. so like is there really a comparison? >> to me the main thrust of her message skpr message, and this is where you cap her in hypocrisy and double dealing and this is why she sorts of suppresses these speeches is she is for world trade. you know, she wants in the
classic republican model, the business republican, the bush republican model, she wants the world to freely trade and then sanders came along and she had to go hard left and become protectionist and nafta now suddenly is no good anymore. >> would she be the nominee today if these speeches came out a few months ago? >> oh, i think she was the inevitable nominee. >> if the things that came out, you mentioned the open borders, another thing that came out was that she felt like because she makes too much money she's disengaged from the middle class. >> right. >> but she would say publicly that she was a part of their plight. >> okay. >> now put that alongside a man who's saying how he enjoys assaulting women, putting his hand in their private parts, you know, i get them all because i'm a celebrity. i just go up to them, i grab them, i kiss them. he reminded me of the subway groper. >> right. >> this is, when you ask anybody -- i bet you go outside ask anybody and particularly
christian people, religious people, ask them what they think and compare these moral offenses, this is not even close. >> so what does donald trump do tomorrow night. >> open borders, really? >> i'm sure he'll bring up the wikileaks, she'll bring up the hot mike moment, what does he do tomorrow night? >> i think that his apology, abby, has to be far more heartfelt. and i understand that his tactic will be to say bill clinton said worse than me, bill clinton did worse than me, hillary clinton covered up bill clinton's offenses and all the rest. that, i think, is -- he's got a go get her now. aside from apologizing he's got to say i'm embarrassed and hurt and frustrated, but here's a belly shot to you and a gut shot to you and clinton's a rapist, and you covered it up how dare you come after me. you know, he's got to -- and it
is a desperate effort. i think you're going to hear a tsunami of gop voices now saying drop out, drop out, you got 30 days, let mike pence be the top of the ticket. bring in paul ryan or somebody like that in the second slot. right now it's hail mary time for the gop and to hold out hope that the clinton e-mail or world trade or open borders is going to save you for the raw visceral nature of this scandal i think you're just not reading the papers. >> all right, geraldo, thanks for being here this morning. interesting times. >> neil cavuto and judge will be there for the debate. >> plus, what do the candidates need to do to win tomorrow night's debate? your responses pouring in. carly here to share some of those when we come back.
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and welcome back. donald trump and hillary clinton facing major controversies as they head into their second debate. what do they need to do to come out on top? >> here with what our viewers are saying it's fox news headlines carly shimkus. we're all waking up this morning viewers as well what is going on? >> two big scandals and interestingly they both kind of play into pre-existing criticisms of both candidates, right? so one of trump's saving graces though this morning is that he came out and apologized. so randy on facebook says trump apologized and hillary has never apologized for anything in her life. i want to hear about jobs, the economy, national security and immigration. i would never vote for hillary ever. but some say clinton's comments aren't nearly as bad as donald
trump's. thomas on facebook says you don't excuse poor behavior by pointing to other poor behavior. we should expect more from our nominee. >> that's -- that's what howie carr said earlier. i don't think apologizing and tying bill clinton to your apology is a smart move. >> the attack dog style trump usually goes on people are criticizing him this morning. and you know what, kim on twitter is a big trump fan, she says, no, it isn't nice, get over it. as women i am still supporting trump. hillary is far worse for women than trump. so that's an interesting comment from miss kim. but angel says neither issue matters. we have to focus on what really matters. she says america needs to focus, there are far bigger issues than trump's open mike comments and clinton's speeches. let's get back to reality, face the issues not the schoolyard tactics. >> that's so well said. we've been talking about that all morning long is that is what the focus needs to be and that
is so sad that five weeks before this election that it's nowhere near what we are en talking about. >> you're absolutely right. interestingly, a group of trends released some data on what people are searching for prior to these debates and the number one searched issue is abortion. not isis, not the economy, so it really speaks to how important that female vote is. >> well, that pence moment in the v.p. debate was really bracing. i mean, it was one of those rare things where you heard a guy talking about what he clearly believes rather than just what pollsters told him to say. >> absolutely. >> and, two, an issue a lot of people are embarrassed to talk about but people feel strongly about. >> he after that v.p. debate saw high praise for his honesty. >> that's why you're hearing rumblings this morning among gop elite replace trump with pence. >> yes. >> a lot going on this morning. carly, thanks for breaking it down. interesting to hear what other people are saying about it. >> absolutely. goes without saying there's an awful lot going on in the presidential race. there's just a month to go.
what a morning. brand new scandals rocking both presidential campaigns on the eve of the next debate. donald trump forced to make an apology after a decade old recording reveals the candidate making lewd comments about women. while wikileaks released parts of hillary clinton's wall street speech transcripts. here to react is our political panel this morning shelby holiday, "the wall street journal," senior video reporter, john burnett, republican
strategist and evangela. how does he walk this back, how does he come out tomorrow night and parody some of these things he's going to have to face, shelby, to you. >> this is a tough thing to answer to in the first place, but he was supposed to spend the weekend preparing for his debate and you can only imagine he's spending today just running through damage control answers, you know, how do you respond to this, what excuses do you make, he's probably not focusing on those downfalls that he had in the previous debate. >> does he need to come out and give a speech? we heard from scott jennings earlier in the show of a strategist who said he's got to come out and give a speech before the debate. does he need to do that? will that help? >> well, the video to many people did not help. i don't know given trump's, you know, his way of speaking, his way of delivering speeches, i don't know if that's going to work in this situation. >> john, charles krauthammer basically said we all know how donald trump talks, now we have
the audio it's more troubling. we all knew this was donald, the lewd guy, the joking guy in the locker room. so does anyone care at the end of the day? like we know this is how he is, so -- is this going to affect him in any kind of way? >> now we know it wasn't about the size of trump's hands but what he's been doing with them. what trump should do continue to offer a sincere apology because to your point everyone has -- >> that apology -- >> it was a good first step. good first step. but some people haven't seen or heard the video, right? so he has to continue to offer sincere apology and leave attacking clinton's sexual escapades alone, leave it up to the surrogates to do that so that way his policy stands on its own. >> the white house is no place for a sexual predator. and i think we need to stop minimizing what was said. it's very important that -- >> we know --
>> we know not through innuendo. >> the white house is no place for a sexual predator, but then of course donald trump in his apology talks about bill clinton as a sexual predator and brings up bill clinton in the same verse. >> he's not going to take legal cases based upon allegations he's a racist. so therefore -- >> wait a second. can you please tell me what cases did he settle where he was a rapist? i was in college during that time. and i was a political science major. i don't recall any case that he settled where he was arrested. please tell me. >> using -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> consensual sex versus rape is a different thing. >> this boils down to a referendum in this election. people will be voting on gun rights, education, women's rights and so forth. so people need to vote the issues. >> shelby, transcripts. >> distracted by bigger issues so therefore gun laws don't matter to them because they can't stand behind a president who says lewd things about women.
i have talked to voters who say this time and time again. now donald trump's back at the beginning. he has to make amends with the republican leaders, the leaders of his party and also getting crushed by hillary clinton among women. this is not going to help. >> wikileaks we were wondering what was in these bank transcripts that she's been speaking to these wall street banks for so long. we get a final -- we finally get a glimpse of these. i offer she would not be the nominee if these came out five months ago during the democratic primary. do you believe that she would be? >> i believe she would be. >> you believe that? >> i do. because guess what, when you're a president, you have to work with various people across the aisle and you have to work with different sectors. wall street financial institutions are a sector. and you cannot say i'm not going to deal with you with the socialist economy that's not going to happen. >> would she be the nominee today if these transcripts came out a few months ago, john? >> not likely. you have to appeal to multiple constituents, but you also have to tell the truth. you can't say one thing in private and then one thing in
public. >> she didn't lie about anything. >> the question to us this is what would bother the bernie sanders group so much. i want to get to what she actually said she was telling wall street executives you would be -- you're important in terms of reform. and that's exactly what bernie sanders wanted to see and wanted her to release. she's been saying to these wall street insiders i want you to be part of the process. that is not what the elizabeth warrens of the world want. that is not what old world progressives want. >> open borders -- >> where did she say open borders? >> she said it in talk about trade. >> in terms of open trade. she didn't endorse anything. she wanted to facilitate a conversation. >> kill jobs from the inner city to rural areas. that's clear. >> republican supported -- >> we got to wrap it up. holy smokes. this is just a preview. >> of what's to come. >> tomorrow night. >> yes, yes.
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and we are back now with a fox news alert. hurricane matthew pounding the coast of south carolina at this hour. tornado watches issued in several counties as devastating winds and torrential rains pummel that region. >> janice dean has been in the weather center for looks like days now. and she's got -- >> you can't tell though. >> no, you can't tell, janice. >> well, we have magicians for hair and makeup. and i have to give a big shoutout to rick who's been taking the overnight shift. you know, i've been really lucky to do the daytime hours and he's been doing the overnight. i hope rick is sleeping. let's take a look right now, the good news is the storm is weakening, finally. but it is still 75-mile-per-hour sustained winds. we have the risk for storm surge
along vulnerable coastline of the carolinas, up towards north carolina and then we also have the threat of heavy rainfall and tornadoes. and you mentioned this tornado watch in effect for parts of south carolina and also georgia -- i'm sorry, south carolina, north carolina until 4:00 p.m. locally. and that's because we've got these outer rain bands that are scraping the coastline. and we've already got that rotation, that weak rotation, so the potential for tornadoes exists. the good thing is they have lifted the tornado warning around the wilmington area. the wind gusts have been really incredible along the coast here. and you've got vulnerable coastline here with the storm surge. anywhere from six to nine feet. we're seeing historic storm surge on areas that have never seen this amount of water being piled up on the shoreline. the wind gusts have been really incredible along florida and the southeast coastline with wind gusts in excess of 107 miles per hour. and there's the future radar, so we're going to continue to monitor this for the next 12 to 24 hours and then finally, finally, matthew will be offshore.
but this has been an incredible storm. you know, a major hurricane for a week, and that, you know, that's historic. we'll be happy to see matthew go. and then of course a lot of people are going to be assessing the damage in the days to come. >> yeah, long road ahead. janice, thank you. >> thank you, janice. a bombshell revelation in the clinton campaign. wikileaks just released hillary clinton's closed door wall street speeches, they seem to be real. these seem to be the speeches bernie sanders has been demanding for months. clinton had been promising to look into releasing those speeches. of course that never happened. >> and now it has. kristen fisher joining us now with more on this story. a bombshell, another one last night. >> how many times have y'all said bombshell today? >> i lost count. i don't know. >> all of these stories warrant it. they really do. you know, this one for months now hillary clinton has been called onto release transcripts o of her paid speeches to financial firms. it was a very contentious issue throughout the democratic primaries. remember senator bernie sanders even confronting her head-on
about it during a debate in march. >> one of us has given speeches on wall street for hundreds of thousands of dollars. now, i kind of think if you get paid couple hundred thousand dollars for a speech must be a great speech. i think we should release it and let the american people see what the transcript holds. >> and i -- >> let me -- >> and i have said, and i will say again, i'll be happy to release anything i have as long as everybody else does too. >> and that's not the only time the subject would be brought up to hillary clinton in the coming months. at a debate in april she was asked if there's nothing in those speeches that you think would change voters minds, why not just release the transcripts and put the whole issue to rest? listen to her response. >> there isn't an issue. when i was in public service serving as the senator from new york, i did stand up to the
banks. i did make it clear that their behavior would not be excused. >> and in one of the leaked speeches clinton essentially implied that wall street insiders are what's needed to fix wall street, which directly contradicts what she had said so many times on the campaign trail. and that really just plays into that whole argument that she doesn't always say what she means. >> yeah. the trustworthiness issue that follows her. >> seems like a valid argument. just throwing that out there. >> thank you, kristen. >> thank you. >> we want to bring in neil cavuto, host of "cost of freedom" on fox news channel. and he's in st. louis ahead of the big, huge, monumental debate. neil, great to see you this morning. >> same here, guys. >> one of the issues we've been talking about this morning a little bit is bill clinton's comments last week, i believe, about obamacare. had ed klein on the show earlier saying this was all scripted. listen to bill clinton in case
you missed it. >> you've got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and then the people are out there busting it sometimes 60 hours a week wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world. >> so premiums going through the roof on the insurance side, insurance companies bailing, we saw what happened in tennessee this week. is this going to be a subject in the debate, you think, neil? >> well, it should be. it's interesting too if you think about it less than 24 hours later someone must have gotten to bill to say could you reign that back a little bit. and he did a little bit to say about the million who are now insured who weren't insured. of course the irony that he was pointing out just a day earlier in that clip you alluded to was that this is costing tens of millions of americans more through the nose. now, the focus seems to be a lot on what donald trump was saying about women 11 years ago, and not so much these e-mails.
i think the focus obviously should be on all of the above. how much each gets played tonight is anyone's guess, but we're going to be looking at the fallout from what donald trump said, the fallout from these hillary clinton e-mails and the fallout of course on this hurricane. but it is important to point out, and i caught your prior guest talking about the clinton e-mails. another little bombshell in those e-mails is what she thinks of unbridled trade and trade agreements. as you know she's come out against this transpacific partnership deal and yet in a lot of these comments she was making to the wall street community she was embracing what she called unfeddered trade. it fuels an argument that does hillary clinton say one thing to a political audience and another to a private audience. that wouldn't be the first time a politician's been charged with that, but i just think it's fair in this time and age where we're focused on what people were saying years ago to focus on this. candidate saying this not more than months ago. >> frustrating does seem like
the national conversation is being controlled by the people in power who are all aligned on one side. so you've got big business, you've got hollywood, the political class and of course academia all aligned on hillary clinton's side and squelching conversation that doesn't help her in elevating conversation that does. it seems like a lot of power in a small number of hands, doesn't it? >> what worries me more to the point is if you're going after one candidate -- by the way, have at it, but four years ago we can all remember going after mitt romney. >> yeah. >> saying it's probably more like infamous 47% far less deal in publicizing hillary clinton's comment to donors talking about a variety of issues, even when it came to trade positions. i think fair is fair, going after both maybe they'll touch on that in this debate. but we tend to see here a sort of selected choosing. >> neil, what happens from here? because i don't think anyone hearing the hot mike comments are saying, you know, they
standby that. but what happens from here for donald trump? because he was supposed to do this event with speaker paul ryan today, now mike pence is doing it. you also have prominent republicans speaking out saying this is time for mike pence to come forward. how does donald trump handle this tomorrow night in the debate? and what do you think this means going forward for him and for the republican party? >> you know, i wish i knew. you know, every time you count him out with either an outrageous statement or controversial comment, i think tucker mentioned you go all the way back to, you know, the john mccain issue and he's really not a hero. i don't know where you go. i just think that everyone's counted him out. if i had a dime for each and every comment that illicited that, well, i'd have a lot of dimes. i don't know. i think it's fair to say going into the revelation of these comments donald trump was having a tough time with female voters. i'm sure this doesn't help matters any. but he is still very competitive in polls even prior to this. again, no idea, but it's
obviously something he's been able to rebound from in the past. he apologized for those remarks. some are criticizing the sincerity of that. be that as it may, it's the first time we've heard him do that. he might just use this as a good opportunity to say, well, i didn't act on this sort of stuff. your husband did. it could be the old nuclear option in the debate which could change not only the tone of the debate but this race itself in the final month. >> right. >> you'll see more of neil cavuto live at 10:00 a.m. eastern time, "the cost of freedom" is live from st. louis ahead of the big debate. the great neil cavuto. great to see you this weekend. >> we'll be watching, neil. thank you. >> i like that. i like the great thing. thanks, guys, very much. >> well deserved. >> well deserved. back to our top story this morning. hurricane matthew's path along the atlantic coast, a massive cleanup underway at this hour. our live team coverage continues next. plus, judge jeanine is
it's good to be in, good hands. we are back with a fox news alert. tracking the path of destruction of hurricane matthew what it caused in florida entire cities are now under water, more than a million people without power and at least four people in the state are now dead. >> we're in jacksonville, florida, with the latest on the cleanup efforts there. hey, garrett. >> hey, good morning, y'all. hurricane matthew is long gone from here but we are still seeing some winds kick up, the occasional rainfall as well. the storm surge which was the biggest concern among officials all along the coastline, it is mostly receded, but jacksonville and jacksonville beach along the coastline where we are a lot of these areas are very low lying. right where we are this is -- that's why there's still a lot of this flooding a couple feet. you can see right here in front of me this is some of the debris from looks like a dock or a pier
or something that was on the beach about 100, 150 yards from here. you can see this parking lot right next to us, it's completely dry. that's because it is more raised. but you can see debris throughout the parking lot from where the storm surge was coming yesterday. take a look at what it looked like just 24 hours ago right where we are is hurricane matthew sending the pounding waves of the ocean all the way in to downtown jacksonville beach, flooding first several blocks of the city. to get an idea of just how powerful this storm is as well, take a look at the video we shot of the jacksonville beach pier, or at least what's left of it. 24 hours ago that pier was about 100 yards longer than it is right there. it was originally destroyed by hurricane floyd back in the late '90s. it was rebuilt and supposed to be able to withstand a hurricane. clearly the 100 yards at the end of it did not. now, take a look around here in this neighborhood. you can see this flooding goes
for blocks. these pipes essentially here that are in the road, they're tethered, weighted down, the city set those up to try and block some of the storm surge from working its way into the inner side. thankfully the damage is not what they thought it could be. death total has stayed the same. but this morning we're learning at least 14 people have been hospitalized due to carbon monoxide poisoning when they were running generators inside their homes throughout the storm. back to you in new york. >> every storm you see that. it's always awful. thanks a lot, garrett. >> long road ahead. thank you, garrett. well, donald trump's hot mike comments are getting a ton of coverage this morning. but does that make hillary's past fair game, too, at tomorrow's debate? judge jeanine pirro joins us with her view on that. stay tuned. yeah, so mom's got this cold.
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well, it's hard to remember a saturday morning in my lifetime that had more political news than this morning's has, so we're bringing in now our old friend judge jeanine pirro, knows everybody involved in this controversy. are you there, judge? >> i'm here. how are you guys? >> probably like the rest of the country trying to figure out all of this. we're trying to get your take on it. what do you think? >> well, first of all, the statements are devastating. the words are disgusting. it is awful. it's the kind of language that none of us want to hear. but let me put this in perspective for you, it was 11 years ago the man who was in television sounds like a couple of locker room rants with a
couple guys egg egg each other on. but here's the bottom line, i don't know if anybody is really so stunned by this it deserves the wall-to-wall coverage that it's getting. and i'm going to get to hillary in a minute. but the most important part of all of this is it was 11 years ago. we've now got a man who apologized, and to some people it wasn't a sufficient enough apology. okay. i'm sure that he's going to probably do more in the next 24 hours. but the bottom line is this, america's in a mess. who do you want? do you want a guy who's got a past who admits he's got a past? you know, he didn't plan to run for president? or do you want a two-talking woman who hides everything that she says, denies the truth until it's put in front of her and then she'll still deny it and say don't believe your lying eyes. we've got problems in this country. we've got problems with jobs,
with isis, we want to take care of our families. we don't want our kids to be in debt for the next two generations. and you know what, if you want things the way they are, well then you go right ahead and ignore what wikileaks did and released about hillary clinton's two-talking. then you know who should be furious right now? the bernie sanders supporters should be furious. >> right. >> they are the ones who got taken by hillary clinton. but to go back to donald, yeah, it's disgusting, it's awful. you're damn right it is. but you know what, this is a time for us to buck up and figure out what's right for us, our children and our pocketbooks. and if you want more of the same from the last eight years, well then you go right ahead and trash donald trump. you go out and say hillary is a saint, but that's not the case. and that's all i have to say about it. i'm on my way to st. louis and you'll hear more from me tonight
on this. >> judge, quickly -- >> yeah. >> before you go, because you are on the way to the debate, what is going to happen tomorrow night? because a lot of people are going to be watching this very closely. it's going to be a more intimate town hall format. what does donald trump say? how does he handle this? and how much does he bring up as you mentioned the wikileaks from hillary clinton and the speeches that she gave to wall street? how much should he make that a part of it? >> well, i think that donald trump has to learn, and i've said this before, how to prosecute hillary clinton. and right now what he's got to do is he's got to get aggressive. he has to show several sides of himself tomorrow night. he's got to show the side where he is the fair eembarrassed, he ashamed, he is sorry. but what he's got to do is turn it around and say i can fix your life. i didn't plan to do this. i didn't plan to run for president. but i'm doing it for this country right now. and i don't need this crap, to
be honest with you. i've got a job, i've got a family, i've got a fortune. she needs this job because it's the only thing she's got. and it's all that she's planned for. and if you want a woman who is not in a position to be strong for us and believes in open borders, open trade, double talk, then go right ahead and vote for her. you'll get what you deserve. >> man, they should be listening to you. >> i was just thinking, wow. >> i'm curious, i don't know if they are or not but they ought to be. judge, we're going to see you in st. louis. i'll see you there tonight. >> okay. >> thank you, judge. >> bye-bye. >> that was some good advice. >> very clear. clear thinking person. all right, back to our top story this morning. hurricane matthew's path of destruction along the atlantic coast. a massive cleanup underway at this hour. an update on matthew's path that's next. hey america,
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we are tracking hurricane matthew. the category 1 storm carving a path of destruction along the atlantic coast including this crumbling road. you can see right there in southern florida entire cities are now under water. more than a million people are without power, and at least four people are in that state are dead. that's in savannah, georgia, you can see it continuing on. >> there is a lot of broken stuff in that storm's wake. all right, back again with the latest is fox news headlines chiefton carly shimkus. gave you a new title. >> thank you so much. talking about scandals today. one of the biggest criticisms donald trump has had to face throughout his presidential race is that he's not presidential enough, his behavior, this and that. but heather on twitter and a lot of people say that the clintons have done far worse. heather tweets, if you are offended by lewd comments from 2005 yet not benghazi or bill clinton's past, you are a
hypocrite. so that's a pretty interesting comment there. i think a lot of people realize that both candidates did something wrong now it's a battle of whose offense was worse. >> a lot more of this on the after the sh"the o'reilly fact " factor.." -- show. news channel special election presentation. countdown to the showdown now live from st. louis, neil cavuto. welcome everybody. this is washington university. it is a beautiful campus to put it mildly. and as beautiful as it is they're very good at the high-tech stuff which could explain why for the fifth time they have been asked to host a presidential debate. they're always ready. they're always on the mark. and they are now ready for their fifth shot at this. this is not a cheap place to send your kid to school though. i should point out right now though between tuition and room