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bring the bridge down. the ugly. ronald mcdonald, the fast food chain signature mask is laying low until the clown fighting dies down. >> the clown masks from halloween stories as well. "fox and friends" starts right now. bye. good morning. it's wednesday, october 12th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. donald trump unleashing a war of words on fellow republicans. >> i think we should get support and we don't get the sfor from guys like paul ryan. i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. what i want to do is win for the people. >> well, he might not have paul ryan's support, but does he still have marco rubio's? >> good question. because he was down in florida. the trove of e-mails released by hackers at wikileaks. top hillary clinton staffers busted for mocking catholics and
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evangelicals. just making fun of them. we'll tell you more. then, call him the miracle met. tim tebow becomes an angel in the outfield. saving a man's life. >> what? >> it's going to be a great show this morning. we're glad you're watching. hi everybody. welcome to studio e. look who dropped by. >> i know. tucker is here. >> we love having you here. >> are you going to be thrown off, because normally on the weekend you sit here where i'm sitting? >> i've got vertigo. but it's okay. it's like a brand new set to me. it's so fresh. >> the lights are on that side. wait a minute. >> is it hard for you to turn to the left? >> honestly, it is. >> do you remember the time he was here, you were filling in for brian and you had a crick in your neck. >> i want to dedicate the show to advil. it's great to have you.
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there are 27 days now until election. the republican nominee declares war on the gop establishment. >> trump is fed up after his own party abandoned him and didn't support him. his fight is nowhere near over. >> what exactly is going on? john roberts has the answer. he's live in ocala, florida with how it all went down. good morning, john. >> tucker good morning to you as well. steve, ainsley, tucker, if you want to get disoriented, we'll put you on a horse here and run you around the ring here. left or right, doesn't really matter. donald trump in the sunshine state last night, today and part of tomorrow. he trails hillary clinton here in the real clear politics average polls by 2.5 points. trying to battle back because he was leading in the state of florida. he still has the support of marco rubio. he has the support of john boehner in the state of ohio as well. yesterday donald trump going off on many of the republicans who
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decided they are not going to stick with him. paul ryan has not really withdrawn his endorsement yet. he says he's not going to do anything to help donald trump. john mccain as well, saying he can no longer support donald trump. trump talked to bill o'reilly about all of that last night. listen to what he said. >> he had a conference call yesterday with congressmen with hundreds of them and they practically rioted against him on the phone. one person stuck um for him. i don't want his support, i don't care about his support. he's never heard salty language. john mccain, who probably has the dirtiest mouth in all of the senate. >> donald trump fighting a war on two fronts against republicans who are not supporting him in the way they would like him to and his opponents. hillary clinton, yesterday at a big rally in panama city, florida, thousands of people to see donald trump. zero on the late -- showing ties between the clintons and the government and what that nexus
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all leads to. suggesting that really it is a pattern of corruption. here's trump last night from panama city. >> the hillary clinton documents released today by wikileaks make more clear than ever just how much is at stake in this election. this election will determine whether we remain a free country in the truest sense of the word or we become a corrupt banana republic. >> not talking about the clothing store there either. donald trump sending out a tweet yesterday saying that the shackles have been taken off, that he's now free to run this campaign the way he wants to. we're not sure exactly what that means in the remaining month of this campaign. i would expect, tucker, ainsley and steve, a return to the combative slash and burn style which was dispatched 16 or 17 republicans in the primary campaign. watch for the flame thrower to come out. >> no kidding. john roberts, thank you very
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much. she wasn't talking about that retail store. maybe he was talking about the gap between -- the gap between his fans and then the republican establishment. to john's point at the end, that's how he got famous taking on the establishment. >> he's pulling out the bobby pins and we shouldn't forget the core of this. disagreements on policy. they presided over massive outsourcing of jobs. they disagree on a lot of issues. >> it's going to be interesting to see what comes out of this election going forward with the political parties. is there going to be a split among republicans? >> realignment for sure. >> if congress wants to kiss off donald trump's fan base, they're toast. just saying. >> that's a -- >> it absolutely is. we are exactly one week away from the final debate. it will be october 19th. it's going to be historic. the first member of the fox news team, chris wallace, will be moderating.
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there it is there. we have a banner. the coverage will be moderated and hosted by megyn and brett. >> they bring the wikileaks thing is lost in the hysteria of donald trump was a treasure trove of documents that have come out in the last week from wikileaks taking from the e-mail accounts of -- including john podesta, the chairman. that offer a window into the behind of scenes workings there that is unbelievable. >> you know when the tape came out of donald trump on friday, i'm sure the hillary camp was so excited because it was a distraction from everything happening in wikileaks. this morning we were talking about which scandal are we going to talk about? which e-mail are we going to talk about? it's one scandal after another. donna brazile who at the time was the vice chairman of the dnc was giving hillary clinton the questions for one of the primary debates against bernie sanders. >> sure. here are some of the highlights from wikileaks and there are a
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thousand. i'll do some of the highlights. saudi arabia and qatar are funding isis. the uni-vision chief, the guy who runs the network, urged hillary to hit trump harder. certainly not fair and balanced. john who wood at "the new york times," the debate moderator in october, he advised the hillary clinton campaign. had some crazy stuff to say disparaging about donald trump. new york times gave hillary clinton veto power on quotes and even her campaign told her when to smile in speeches. she would have a speech and then it would say in brackets, smile here. >> it's unbelievable. the deep corruption of the press. you remember john harwood presided over that republican debate and said he's being unfair, the questions are unfair. we see hbragging to the hillary campaign about how nasty he was to trump. these e-mails prove it. >> there's another one that struck all of us this morning,
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mocking and making fun of catholics and evangelicals. john hall prin, center for american progress was exchanging e-mails with several people in hillary's campaign. >> including jennifer palmieri. >> making fun of two individuals, rupert murdoch, who is over news corporation and then also robert thompson, managing editor for the "wall street journal." because they're raising their kids catholic and because rupert murdoch decided to baptize his kids in jordan where john the baptist was baptized, mocking that and making fun of evangelicals. >> here's excerpts from it. mr. hall pin at the think think regarding catholicism. he says it's an amazing bass dardization of the faith. they must be attracted to the systematic thought and -- >> that's him describing in his
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conversation with jennifer palmieri catholicism. as a christian -- their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals. >> it makes me feel sorry for them. they haven't experienced the glory and the wonderful aspect of christianity. >> it's also the textbook definition of bigotry. they are dismissing anyone who adheres to the oldest christian faith, catholicism as a neanderthal. >> imagine you put in islam. how would this go over? there would be an outcry. recognize this for what it is. >> you're right. >> bigotry against a billion people. >> i think of them as these elitists making fun of christians, evangelicals, they've made fun of donald trump's face, calling him deplorable. we'll talk about this later. bill clinton was caught speaking to a group talking about the
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rednecks in the south supporting donald trump. >> absolutely. every president has picked up the catholic vote, i think, for the last 50 years, with the exception of al gore which was a complicated election. i don't know if you heard about that. just to think, to your point tucker, had they been talking about islam or muslims instead of catholics and christians, there would be a town hall over on -- right now calling us -- >> there would be a primetime apology from president obama. here's what this is about. you watch these people carefully and you sort of know if you're a normal american. they have contempt for you, hostile to you, your values, to the family. the way you raise your children. whenever the curtain is pulled back, we see it confirmed. these people don't like you because you are a speed bump on their way to power. >> right. >> scary that attitude. >> i guess they're also mocking tim cain who is catholic. joe biden who is a catholic,
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john kerry. who is a catholic. the list goes on and on. >> amass every single -- what does he think of this? >> maybe more children need to be raised in christian or catholic homes and our world might be a better place. >> making fun of anybody's religion is off the charts. >> we'll be talking about this, this morning. right now we turn to heather with a whole bunch of news. >> 11 minutes after the hour. a couple headlines to bring you. starting out in the midwest this morning where there is a massive explosion in a chicago suburb reducing an entire block of homes to ash and rubble. watch this. >> right now we got to make sure it doesn't explode again. >> oh, my god. >> two workers were fixing a gas leak outside a town home complex when the line exploded leaving one of the workers critically hurt. flames three stories high. consuming two of the five units and bystanders running for their lives. >> also breaking overnight, an
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entire police department targeted and a possible bomb attack. the feds are looking for the person who left a backpack stuck with explosives right on the police department's doorstep. the bomb squad moving in. this happened in a suburb of denver. to take a look at that bag. it sat outside police headquarters building for more than 12 hours. the police chief describing it as a "very real threat." we'll bring you more on that story as we get it. tens of thousands of people this morning are being told to get to higher ground immediately. storm ravaged north carolina is now bracing for even more flooding. resulting from hurricane matthew. >> flood around my house. i had all kind of -- i had sheets hanging out. nobody -- but my son and nephew. as far as 80 miles inland, stranding people inside those homes for days and days.
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and then in haiti, the hardest struck area from this hurricane, people are still grappling with the apocalyptic damage that was brought to that country. they're bracing for famine after all of their crops were wiped out. at least 500 people killed as a result. if you're still scratching your head, oh, my. look at this image. a little tough to see this morning. if you're still trying to figure out how you're going to decorate your pumpkin this year, try out the latest fad. the donald trumpkin. folks painting, carving and drawing donald trump's face. some adding the signature blond orange hair. do you have a trumpkin at your home, send us a picture. there's an idea. >> dressed up -- going to be on our show today. he was adorable. >> dress up your kids or your gourds. send in a picture of al
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that means they're investing less, creating fewer jobs. that hits everybody else. the income hit on lower income earners not because they're taxed more, but because the economy is slowing down. >> $275 billion infrastructure, 4% surcharge on incomes over 5 million across. deductions limited to 28% off your tax bill. let's address the first one. infrastructure, lot of support for this idea and we had a massive infrastructure under the current president. >> infrastructure is important to facilitate economic growth but it can't be the catalyst. we've seen that too many times. japan, china, the united states. spending by itself on infrastructure won't get the economy moving. it's important, but it can't be the catalyst. you can't rely on it. >> in essence, the trump plan. first up, limit corporate tax to 15%. fully deduct all child care expenses. renegotiate nafta, stop tpp. issue moratorium on federal
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regulations. end death tax. >> he looks at the economy is the problem is we're growing too slow. i'm going to cut taxes, cut regulations. these are the kinds of thangs can spur business investment, that can spur job creation, get that economic growth number back up. he sees that as the long-term solution to our debt issues. he sees that as a long-term solution to -- >> he says cutting back on regulations is, in effect, money in your pocket. do you think that's true? >> absolutely. you talk to any small business owner, the one thing holding you back is a mountain of regulation, it's costly to comply with those. if i could start investing in my business, grow my business, that could put people back to work. regulation has a direct impact on it. >> absolutely. >> you could actually do something about it. brian, great to see you this morning? thanks for that summary. >> you bet. why didn't hillary clinton ever bring up bernie sanders' age when they were battling for the nomination? ed klein is studying sources
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quick look at headlines. heart stopping video as a train smashes into a tractor-trailer. [ bleep ]. >> the semi got stuck on the tracks while trying to make a right turn in at water, california. the driver -- thankfully nobody got hurt. look at those pictures. >> playing out live on facebook. a man spotting his stolen truck.
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the washington state man asking his friends on facebook watching live to call the police for help. which is exactly what they did. the arrest is something straight out of a movie scene playing out live on facebook. >> thanks facebook. you got your man. >> who who is here. ed klein. he's got the new book out about hillary clinton who you say is guilty of sin. >> any doubt about that? >> probably not. >> you're on the curvy couch talking about this article that is just out. you're talking about some shocking things going on within hillary clinton's campaign. the first one that blows my mind is how podesta, running her campaign did not want her to bring up bernie sanders' health. why is that? >> one of hillary's big advisers from way over on the left e-mailed podesta and said the last thing you want to do is bring up bernie sanders' health
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and his age because if so, it will open up the whole pandora's box of hillary's health. >> and hillary's health is, in your estimation. >> according to my white house sources, the president and valerie jarrett offered to have her go secretly to walter reed medical center to have a checkup. i think they had two reasons for that. one, they were worried about her health. >> sure. >> which is not good. secondly, if she went there, then the obamas would have an inside track into exactly what was wrong with her. what i understand is wrong with her, she's got a couple of things. one, she's got an arrhythmia of the heart. leaking valve. they offered the doctors to do a heart -- valve replacement surgery and she said no, no, i don't want to do that. if they do that, it gets out to the public, they'll say this
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woman is not healthy enough to run for president. >> so in the wikileaks documents and there's so many of them we're still going through them this morning. it's pretty clear that people around hillary clinton were concerned about the role her husband bill would be playing during this campaign and they did not see him only as an asset but also potentially as a liability. >> it's very interesting. these two people lead such separate lives. they don't even coordinate his travel, where he's going, what he's going to say, his speeches are not vetted in advance by the hillary -- >> i've noticed. >> they're always concerned that bill is going to go way off -- >> recently, he said obamacare is crazy and she's in support of it. >> this question of obamacare, they were very concerned at the last debate that this was going to come up because obamacare is so unpopular across the country. if it came up, they had to have
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an answer. so this business about bill saying it was crazy, this was actually coordinated with the white house and hillary's campaign so that she would have a message. bill and hillary in this case were on the same page. >> sure. >> so the white house is saying hillary, it's okay to beat us up on this. that can help get you elected. >> one of the things is it's very clear in addition to coordinating their messages, it seems like with members of the mainstream media, her own team thinks that she simply is not honest. >> well, that's true. i mean, she says one thing in public, according to the leaked e-mails, right? she says things, goldman sachs, i really like the keystone pipeline, then she goes out in public in her campaign and says oh, i hate the keystone pipeline. >> that's because she can say one thing in public and another thing in private. you are the guys who are
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going to fix our financial situation because you really understand it. then she says i'm going to get those guys. >> what percentage of democratic voters believe wall street should suffer -- is it like 1 or 2%? >> i think about that. clearly, wall street isn't going to. remember joe kennedy was put in charge of the s.e.c. by franklin roosevelt because he was the fox in the hen house? >> sure. >> maybe we need somebody like that. >> crazy stuff. once again, it's called guilty as sin. his new book. big best seller. >> good to be here. another disgusting display against our national anthem. this time by the woman actually singing the song. >> wait until you hear this. >> call him the miracle met. tim tebow becomes an angel in the outfield. he saved a fan's life. first, this morning, happy birthday to our old friend kirk cameron. the actor is 46 years old today.
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hillary clinton campaign in florida today with al gore.
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you're making al gore go back to florida? [ laughter ] that's so cruel. that's like making joe frazier go back to manila. >> that's right. >> what a good line. >> true. >> he does not like florida. somebody who loves florida is all of us. we love florida. a lot of people in florida right now. heather joins us right now. >> wee love florida. thinking about that hurricane and our friends in north carolina. >> got lucky and we're praying for our friends in south and north carolina as well. major news out of battleground states before the presidential election. florida as we were just talking about, extending registration deadline from yesterday until 5:00 today following matthew. democrats sued the state saying the storm stopped lots of people from last-minutes signups. early voting begins in ohio, no
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nominee since jfk has made it to the white house without taking the buckeye state. a major break in the kim kardashian robbery case we're told. french police have found dna on the diamond cross that was stolen in that multimillion dollar jewelry heist. i guess that's the cross right there. someone found the cross and then handed it over to police one day after kardashian says she was bound, gagged and robbed at gunpoint inside her paris apartment. this comes as kardashian sues the website over claims she faked the whole thing. a disgusting display as national anthem protests reach new low. watch this. >> land of the free ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave
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>> wow. she sang the song and taking a knee. that is the singer. leah ties i taking a knee while performing the national anthem at the preseason game last night. she later posted this on facebook. let's be honest. until we can recognize that white privilege exists, we cannot have a dialog about race. in the meantime, the man who started the trend, colin kaepernick got his starting job back with the 49ers. no surprise there given the political firestorm. before he takes the field, he'll watch his multimillion dollar contract be completely restructured. tim tebow performing what some are calling a miracle. while signing autographs in arizona, a fan collapsed appearing to have a seizure. tebow put his hand on him, saying a prayer and keeping him calm until medics arrived. this is not a first for tebow. he prayed with a man
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experiencing heart problems during a flight in june. >> thoughtful man. >> i know. >> what a story. >> love that tim tebow. >> thank you, heather. turning now to the race for the white house. it's a blast from the past for the democrats. >> hikts tapping none other than the creator of the internet. he was her husband's vice president. al gore. he's back to rally millennials. >> the creator of the internet. alicia akunne i can't is live in pueblo, colorado. the latest on the democratic attempt to get the young voters out to the polls. good morning, alicia. >> reporter: good morning, ainsley, tucker and steve. this is yet another attempt by secretary clinton appeal to the millennial voters. she brings on al gore where they form a mutual -- clinton introduced her husband's former v.p. reminding the crowd of his
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nobel peace prize for his environmental work and called climate change one of the most important issues at stake in this election. >> our next president will either step up our efforts to address climate change to protect our planet, to protect our health and to create good jobs that cannot be outsourced in the alternative, we will be dragged backwards and our whole future will be put at risk. >> now, gore told the crowd every vote counts and he would know. florida was the focal point of the 2000 presidential election when gore lost to george w. bush after a lengthy recount and supreme court decision. gore also blamed ralph nader for pulling support from the democrats, something the clinton campaign is trying to avoid. >> our next president will either step up our efforts to address climate change, to
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protect our planet, to protect our health and to create good jobs that cannot be outsourced in the alternative, we will be dragged backwards and our whole future will be put at risk. >> now, clinton heads here to pueblo, colorado, today for a voter registration event. now, just to let you know, this is the first presidential race in colorado where every active voter will receive their ballot by mail. those go out starting on monday. back to you guys. >> oh, gosh. i'm jealous. that would make it so much easier. don't have to wait in line. thank you. >> it is ironic that hillary clinton is calling on al gore, the invein tore of the internet as he claimed. when al gore was running for president of the united states, he would have no part of bill clinton who had been his boss as president because of the stain of the impeachment. >> and he didn't endorse her.
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>> it's out of touch. >> the kids love al gore. looking at britney spears. the kids love britney spears. another planet. >> the way they introduced him is one of the world's foremost authorities on climate change. didn't mention the fact that he had been vice president. >> exactly. people watching -- >> who is that guy? who is that weird guy? >> for the first time ever, a fox news anchor is going to be moderating a general election presidential debate. we're so proud of this. award winning journalist chris wallace, widely regarded as one of the best questioners in the business will moderate the final debate between donald trump and hillary clinton on wednesday night. >> that's right. we'll have it live here on fox. this make or break event less than three weeks before the historic election of 2016. it's going to be held on october 19th in las vegas. we're all going. the best place to watch the first fox moderated debate is right here on the fox newschannel. >> from the bar at the mgm
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grand, we'll be doing that. >> that's right. is it from the bar? >> actually, it will be. >> i think we're going to be at the swimming pool. they have tvs all over the place. >> this isn't the pivot -- it really has come down to this. >> a lot of people think she won the first debate, he won the second debate. there's been a lot of controversy with the thing with billy bush and then also the wikileaks. so yeah, this is going to be a very important debate for both of them. >> the bus thing was seven scandals ago. >> right. >> the republicans have won the last two debates. trump on sunday night and tim kaine -- versus mike pence. >> it's going to be a different country by next week. >> you just watch. >> things are moving fast. >> keep it on fox. how reckless is hillary clinton with our nation's big secrets? new reports she blurted out classified information about the raid that killed osama bin laden during a speech in which she was
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testify and the pentagon says it might retaliate against militants who attacked a u.s. navy destroyer. two missiles falling short of the u.s. s. mason and landing in the red sea on sunday. it's still unclear who fired them. officials say it came from an area in yemen controlled by an iranian backed rebel group. >> disturbing. a viral video with a 7-year-old case of a missing teenager. police in wisconsin say the clip is a hoax and they are no closer to finding kayla berg. >> maybe the creepiest thing you've seen. abby hunts man joins us with a look at the video and reaction from kayla's mother. >> this is creepy stuff. i'll warn you. it is posted to youtube in october 2009. two months after kayla berg's disappearance and the chilling clip only recently went viral.
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>> hi walter. i was at the mall today and guess what happened? i met the most wonderful girl. i brought her back to my place. >> so the video shows a young woman who appears to be tied up on the floor and screaming. >> we're not going to show that. >> we're not going to show that. >> the fbi and local police investigated and determined it was "100% fake". >> the police department identified the video producer/cameraman. the actor and actress in the video. this video has no connection to the disappearance of kayla berg. the names of the people in the video were also not released. it's not clear if they will face charges. the video has been taken down by youtube. kayla was 15 years old when she vanished after being dropped off at a house, 90 miles from green bay. berg's mother was convinced the video could be her missing daughter. >> sounded like her.
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looked like her. it gave me chills. made me sick to my stomach, literally. >> now it's back to square one and the seven-year search. police say they follow-up on every tip and are hopeful they'll get one that finally makes a difference. it was so creepy. that poor mom after all this. >> that video was posted years ago, right? >> it just is now going viral. >> is there a connection with the people who made the video trying to connect it to the disappearance? >> they're saying no. but at the same time, you're wondering what is the purpose? why did they do this? sick people out there. >> why do that on your free time? >> a lot of questions on this one. >> abby, thank you very much. >> it's a hoax. >> but she's still missing. meanwhile, how reckless is hillary clinton with our nation's big secrets? new reports that she blurted out classified information about the raid that killed osama bin laden. rob o'neill, the man who killed
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a new document out by wikileaks, include many of hillary clinton's paid speeches to wall street. with the latest leak revealing that she may have disclosed classified information regarding the raid on osama bin laden's compound in those paid speeches. here to react, the man who killed osama bin laden, former navy s.e.a.l., rob o'neill.
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rob, apparently in the paid speeches, at least one of them, she revealed they were able to track him down by -- apparently they had a cell phone that was connected in some way to him. so she's telling all these fat cats down on wall street, yep, cell phone information. >> good morning, steve. thanks for having me. this is just interesting because, you know, i did a special on fox news a few years ago. i heard about how people should or shouldn't say things. there are definitely things that shouldn't be said. there's classified stuff i never touched that certainly shouldn't be leaked. if they're talking about methods like cell phones or how they're pinpointing people, that's something i wouldn't want to talk about. >> what about the fact that it kind of sounds like she also talks a little bit about how she's one who pressed the president to go and green light the mission. sounds like a politician who's running for president kind of taking credit for the raid. >> boy, it does sound like she's taking credit. i'm sure she had a part with it as secretary of state and dealing with a lot of the foreign entities. as opposed to trying to raise capital for a campaign or get
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elected based on her national security because of the bin laden raid, i would much rather see her mention why we did it or the pilots that brought us there or the analysts that found him. we didn't go in for someone to win an office. we went for a secretary that jumped out of the 90th floor of the trade towers, the first responders that went to the pentagon, people like todd beamer that took down the plane in pennsylvania, where that could have hit the capitol and made a horrible day even more catastrophic. the reason i did the special on fox news was because of the 9/11 families. i've had them tell me pretty much every single day it helps with the healing process, even though there's never closure. there is a healing process, knowing that was a means to an end. i wouldn't have done it for a political gain. >> well, and hillary clinton isn't the first one to mention the s.e.a.l.s. although, she's revealing the secret method, talking about cell phones. but it was joe biden who outed you guys as the ones who pulled it off. >> it was surprising.
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we had heard a little bit about our unit after something high level like rescuing richard phillips from the somali pirates. but when we got back from the osama bin laden raid, we were still wearing our gear, and we would see s.e.a.l. team six. >> oh, no. >> that was because vice president biden leaked it out. does it matter, does it not? i personally don't mind that the bad guys know there's a unit or two units that will come get you. they're still out there right now, those brave men and women are still fighting. they're available. >> sure. the s.e.a.l. teams are posted in different parts across the country and around the world. you mentioned s.e.a.l. team one. that's in a difficult place. that's crazy. i know shortly after the raid, the president of the united states came to ft. campbell to thank you. >> and he brought pretty much everyone with him. it was a great time to see a complete bipartisan effort. he had some in his cabinet on the right, most on the left, but they were all there. everyone was happy. everybody got along. there was no animosity.
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when hillary clinton talked about the famous picture that i was in, she's like, i was in that room when they were doing the bin laden raid. the one room she wasn't in was the room they came to thank us. never met her. >> is that right? >> that's true. >> well, she's taking credit for green lighting the operation and spilling the beans on how you did it. >> she's taking some credit and maizie i raising money from it. i don't want to take away the part she had. >> you made it clear in the special why you did it. rob o'neill, thank you for joining us live. >> absolutely. >> what do you think about that? please e-mail us. meanwhile, don't go anywhere. there's a big show still to go. could we end up with a third party, the trump party. mr. trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway stopping by the couch. plus, coming up, sheriff david clark and days before his wedding, kevin mccarthy. plus, we have tiny trump. that kid from the rally is going to be with us live.
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good morning to you and your family. it's wednesday. it's october 12th, 2016. i'm ainsley earhardt. breaking overnight, explosives found and what the feds are doing. and donald trump is now officially unshackled. >> i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. what i want to do is i want to win for the people because hillary clinton, she is a disaster. >> okay. she's a disaster. but he may not have paul ryan's support, and he has others and he's already to go it alone if necessary. who needs the republican establishment? maybe not donald trump. and it's a cover girl like you've never seen before. that's because it's a cover boy. the big change that is making
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headlines this morning. sorry to hit you with that this early, but this is a news show. happy wednesday. hi, everybody. welcome to the program. tucker is in for brian. brian just didn't show up today. >> he didn't. glad to be here. >> kellyanne conway is going to be here to talk about the trump campaign and what's ahead. >> and christopher kennedy has a new book, which is excellent by the way. >> called "when your partner has an addiction." also, you have sheriff clark there. and tiny trump. 2-year-old hunter was pulled out of the crowd by donald trump at a rally on monday in pennsylvania because he saw him and goes, who's that good looking guy over there? the crowd started going "bring him up, bring him up."
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>> a moment of real self-awareness. >> he brought him on stage and said, do you want to be with your mom and dad or do you want to be with donald trump? he leans toward the microphone and says trump. >> just like that. >> in fact, he was on a plane and he is here live in our studio. >> so cute. meanwhile, just 27 days until election day. today the trump train is roaring through the state of florida as the republican nominee continues to declare war on establishment republicans. >> truch says he's fed up after his own party abandoned support in washington, but the fight is nowhere near over this morning. >> fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in florida with how it all went down. >> reporter: ainsley, steve, tucker, good morning to you. we're getting down to short strokes here. donald trump has got to turn around poll numbers that are going in the wrong direction. almost laying the ground work. some people say, well, if i lose on november 8th, it's because i
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didn't get the support from the republican party i should have gotten. donald trump taking aim yesterday on twitter against a lot of the republicans who have either sort of tepidly withdrawn their support or like paul ryan who says i'm still going to endorse him and vote for him just not help him out. or john mccain, who said i'm not going to vote for this guy. big rally yesterday in panama city, florida. outside thousands of people showing they don't really care about the controversy that has ensnared the trump campaign. last night on the o'reilly program, donald trump making it clear that he's happy about neither paul ryan nor john mccain. listen to this. >> we had a conference call yesterday with congressmen, with hundreds of them, and they practically rioted against him on the phone. one person stuck up for him. so look, i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. he's never heard salty language before. john mccain, who has probably the dirtiest mouth in all of the
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senate. >> reporter: yesterday here in the state of florida, we'll do it again today with two events and tomorrow in west palm beach. making the case that hillary clinton is weak on national security, particularly on cybersecurity, pointing to the hacked e-mails. also, the connections between the clinton campaign and the department of justice over the whole e-mail scandal, reaching out to people in the state of florida last night saying that they better vote for donald trump or else, saying that he'll be disappointed if they don't. listen to this. >> i'm a little disappointed because hillary hasn't created a job and i've created thousands of jobs in florida. thousands. i mean, at doral, i have over a thousand people working. we've created a lot of jobs. if you guys don't vote me as the victor, i'm going to be very angry at you. >> reporter: donald trump also saying, hey, if you don't vote for me as president, all of
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those rallies will disappear, suggesting if he does become president, he'll continue with the big political rallies. he does seem to like them. the real clear politics average of polls has got hillary clinton now up by about 2 1/2 points. donald trump has got some work to do here in the sunshine state. by the way, quick trivia question. ainsley, tucker, and steve, ocala is famous as the home of who? >> the bellamy brothers. >> reporter: they were here yesterday. >> how did you know that? >> we interviewed them yesterday. >> reporter: who else? >> born in ocala in the last thousand years? >> i'm going to guess tammy wynette. >> reporter: this, here. >> you? >> reporter: john travolta. >> i thought you were volunteering. >> i thought you were pointing to something behind you. >> reporter: no. john travolta has a house on an airport, a little private airport. he can fly his 707 right up to his house. a lot of people in florida have golf carts. he's got jets. >> good for him.
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>> no kidding. it's a good life. john, thank you very much. joining us now, steve hilton, former director of strategy for former prime minister david cameron. he's also the ceo of crowd pac, where the average person out there watching can actually get involved in politics. >> there you go. good to be with you. >> so what do you think about donald trump's new strategy? paul ryan said, okay, i have not unendorsed him but i'm not really going to support him going forward. what do you think about donald trump versus the establishment? >> well, look, if he just simply goes around insulting paul ryan and john mccain, even if it's deserved, that's just a waste of precious campaigning time. but if he connects this argument about the establishment to people's real lives and especially the economy, that's a different story. >> how do you do that? what do you say? >> the reason that your incomes are down, that your jobs are disappearing, that you have this sense of feeling stock and the opportunities you used to take for granted are disappearing, that's because of the policy
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failures of the ruling establishment. she is part of that. i'm outside of that. that's why i'm the only one that can change your life for the better. that's a winning message. >> can you compare that to the brexit movement over in the uk? >> it's exactly the same underlying argument, which is you've got a huge group of people who have just been left behind by these big changes in our economy and in our society. globalization and technology. it feels like the people in charge are just serving the winners, the people who are gaining from that. those who are losing out from that are just ignored. and that's what led to brexit. i think if trump focuses on that argument, then he's got a really good chance of turning it around. >> so who has control of the republican party when this is all over? >> well, i think that the central point for the republican party is that they've got to learn whether he wins or loses, it should be there to represent opportunity for those people. not for the insiders, not for the winners. the republican party should be there for opportunity for all. you got to start by developing
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new ideas that really work for those people. that's true whether he wins or loses. >> we're exactly one month away from the day after the election. so the election really is still a month away. that's enough time, isn't it, for trump to turn it around? >> i think yes. what we've seen in this election is how quickly things move. look how quickly he really caught up with hillary clinton after a pretty disastrous period after the conventions. caught up with her, overtook her. looked like in many of the swing states he was really pulling ahead in ways you haven't seen a republican nominee do for ages. so i think there's still time. but he's got to focus on how he's going to make a difference to real people's lives by getting rid of these policies that people have experienced from both parties for many years. >> newt gingrich was sitting where you were yesterday morning, former speaker of the house. he said that -- he said donald trump's campaign really needs to focus on wikileaks and the e-mail scandal involving hillary clinton. we just got more information
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this morning. every day we walk into the news room, there's more information, more wikileaks stuff. this morning, i was reading about the mocking -- her campaign mocking christianity, mocking catholics, talking about rupert murdoch, who's head of news corp., sending his kids to catholic school. here's one of the e-mails, steve. >> that's right. this is between hillary's communications director and a fellow by the name of john halperin. they're talking about catholicism here. it says, it's an amazing bastardization of the faith. they must be attracted to the systemic thought and severely backwards gender relations. palmieri, hillary's communications director, says, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable political conservative religion. their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelicals. that sounds like a problem because it sounds like her communications director is anti-catholic. >> that is just so insulting and
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disrespectful. >> are you catholic? >> yeah, i was raised a catholic. i just think that the attitude revealed in that is so disgraceful. now, look at the outrage, the correct outrage about donald trump's remarks the other day, with respect to women. the remarks there about people with faith are just as bad in a different way. now, imagine further if those remarks were from republicans about people who are muslims. just imagine. >> it would be on the front of "the new york times" every day. >> exactly. we really need to see some contrition from them over this. they should be pressed to explain those remarks and to say that that is not the attitude of hillary clinton, and if they don't do that, then people will just see them for the hypocrites they really are. >> we sort of know where this attitude comes from. they see sincere religious faith as an impediment to imposing the brave new world they imagine we all need. isn't that the core problem?
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>> i think it's actually worse. in that line about their lack of understanding about different types of christianity, they would like to see christianity as politically on their side. and in a way, that's worse. they want to make it political, to politicize something that is so deep and profound for people. i think it's really disgusting. >> well, there are a lot of catholics out there who are planning to vote between now and november 8th. they can't like this. >> well, exactly. so i think the key thing is they hear about this. if this is going to be an issue, it needs to be made an issue. >> you think mainstream media will talk about it? >> i don't think so. that's why he needs to talk about it. otherwise, it's just going to disappear into the ether. there's so much in these wikileaks. you've got to really focus on it and bring it to people's attention. >> all right. steve hilton, thank you. all right. it's 7:11 in new york city. time now for some quick news.
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>> good morning. we'll start out in the midwest. there was a massive explosion in a suburb of chicago, reducing an entire block of homes to ash and rubble. watch this. >> we got to make sure this doesn't explode again. >> oh, my god! >> wow. so here's what happened there. two workers were fixing a gas leak outside a town home complex when the line exploded, leaving one of those workers critically hurt. the flames three stories high, consuming two of the five units and then sending bystanders running for their lives. hope everybody's okay. also, breaking overnight, an entire police department targeted in a possible bomb plot. the feds now hunting for the person who left a backpack stuffed with explosives right on the doorstep of a colorado headquarters building. the bomb squad moving in to that denver suburb to take a look at that bag. it sat outside for more than 12
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hours. the police chief describing it as a, quote, very real threat. a plane falls from the sky and crashes in a fiery blaze on a busy street. after a chilling admission from one of the people on board, investigators now believe that this may have been intentional. >> all i saw was a crash and then like an atom bomb went off. it just kept blowing up. then i heard people screaming. >> well, according to "the new york times" today, a flight instructor who survived that horrific crash says it wasn't an accident. a student pilot was killed. the fbi is now involved. those are your headlines. see you back here in a little bit. >> all right. thank you very much. meanwhile, as creepy clowns, you've heard a lot about them, keep haunting neighborhoods, there's a new victim. ronald mcdonald. why he's hanging up his giant red shoes, straight ahead. and it's a cover girl like you've never seen before. that's because it is now a coverboy. the big change making headlines this morning.
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it's taking over cities from coast to coast. and it's now claiming a major clown casualty. >> fast food icon ronald mcdonald is barred now from making public appearances until the hysteria dies down. >> melissa from our affiliate wnyw is live in new jersey with more on that and how police are cracking down on the spooky clown sightings. good morning, melissa. >> reporter: isn't this a shame? everybody loves ronald mcdonald, but like you said, he's the most recent victim. this has been happening all over the country. most recent incident actually in manhattan. now this whole creepy clown craze is infecting businesses -- impacting, i should say, fast food giant mcdonald's saying they're keeping their mascot under wraps for now, limiting his public appearances for the time being. they didn't give a timeline for how long they plan to do this. they said, quote, they're mindful of the current climate of clown sightings and as such
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are being respectful. sightings have spread around the world. some reports of clowns trying to lure kids into the woods have spread paranoia for police departments all across the country. here in new jersey, the police department was sending out letters to parents within the school district, saying although they haven't seen any incidents or heard anything, they're prepared if they do. some stores have chosen to stop selling scary halloween masks, but on the flip side, the large halloween costume chain halloween express says they've seen a 300% increase in sales. they're choosing to capitalize on the situation. some other people are not. when will this all end? some people are saying hopefully after halloween. there is no word on if this clown craze will continue. back to you in the studio. >> all right, melissa. live in nutley, new jersey. thank you very much. >> guess the hamburgler and grimace will have to take over. >> what is going on with the clown thing? i don't get it. but they're scary. >> they are.
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>> that's because stephen king released that movie when i was in high school or middle school or something. >> is that where it started? >> oh, my gosh. that clown is so creepy. the sharp teeth. she showed a picture of it. oh, my word. he lived in the drains under the streets. every time i walk by the drain in front of my parents' house, i thought he was going to come out and grab my leg. >> i think that's a legitimate concern, to be honest. i think all your fears are real. all right. 7:20 now here in new york city. he's part of one of america's most famous families, but christopher kennedy lawford's story is much different from his relatives. he is a recovering addict. john f. kennedy's nephew here live with his personal story. good morning. you're coming up next. and the shackles are now off. what can we now expect from donald trump? maybe a trump party, like a political party. well, the campaign manager kellyanne conway is here. she's going to weigh in on that straight ahead.
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and you won't have to guess when we'll turn up. because after all... we should fit into your life. [ laughing ] not the other way around. [ clock ticking ] news by the numbers. first up, 15 minutes. that's how long former nfl quarterback tim tebow stayed at that fan's side right there after a minor league baseball game. he appeared to be having a seizure. he's a fan that came over to see tebow. tebow knelt down and prayed with that fan and even talked sports with him. the guy is expected to be okay. some are calling it a miracle. and 2030. that is the year that president obama says people will be traveling to and from mars. >> wow. >> the president executing a last-minute course correction when it comes to the space
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also has a trauma component. most of the people dealing with this come from families that have it and also have trauma in their adolescence. so they're medicating. i also have the added disadvantage of being brought up in the '60s and '70s, which was very permissive. >> in a very famous family. >> well, yeah, but there was trauma involved in that. i witnessed the brutal assassinations of both of my uncles pretty much every day for 50 years. so ptsd is a huge problem. vets have a huge problem with this. it's a big problem. this book, "when your partner has an addiction," tells us we don't have to leave the people we love. this is the number one public health issue in the country. we have less and less resources to combat it. so we're going to have to take this into our homes and help people that are suffering. >> it's hard not to leave your spouse. you're angry at them, i imagine, if they're addicted to something. >> absolutely. >> so how do you >> this does ns an illness.
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but if you understand -- you know, don't judge the alcoholic in the street until you walk a mile in his shoes. folks that have this illness are not doing it because they're having a good time. they're doing it because they're sick and they're medicating the intolerableness of their lives. this book gives you ways that you can help that person and still stay. >> okay. a lot of books have been written for the addict. okay, this is going to be your guidebook to get out of this personal hell. so is this book written for the partner or the spouse on how to guide that person who is addicted? >> basically how to guide the process. this is called compassionate partnering. we're not saying people should stay if there's an abusive relationship or if they're in danger. they should leave. but if the partner, the addicted partner is willing to get better, they can do this together. and this book shows you how. >> what do you wish your partner had done differently, or what
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did she do that helped you recover? >> well, my first wife actually did this with me. she was -- she learned about the issue. there was no shame in our house for having this. there was compassion. there was cooperation instead of judgment and condemnation. so we used a lot of these tools. i'm 30 years in recovery. >> for the folks watching right now who might have somebody in their household who has an addiction problem, give them one thing they can do today. >> see your partner clearly. understand what the aspects of this illness are. stop shaming that person. and don't take what they do personally. that's one of the hardest things people have to do. as you say, folks that have this illness behave badly.
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we need to get beyond that. it's possible to get beyond that. >> hard to do, but it's so sweet to love them through their illnesses. >> and it's possible. the science says that the outcomes are better if you do this instead of leaving them. >> interesting stuff. "when your partner has an addiction," christopher kennedy lawford. i hope you just helped a lot of people. >> i do too. >> and congratulations. >> thanks for coming back. coming up on this wednesday, a wild police chase goes to a new level when the suspect tries to make a run for it, right into busy traffic. look at that. and the taser takedown that followed that. now that the shackles are off, what can we expect next from donald trump? campaign manager kellyanne conway is going to weigh in on that straight ahead.
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justice ruth bader ginsburg said in a new interview that she feels the recent athlete protests of the national anthem are dumb and disrespectful. she feels people should bow their heads solemnly during the anthem just like she does during the state of the union. >> i think she was napping. there you go. thank you very much. now live from new york city, it is kellyanne conway, who is the campaign manager for donald trump. >> hi. >> you've had a busy week. >> yes, we have. more to come. >> so the shackles are taken off. what does that mean? were they on before? i didn't notice that. >> i think he explained it to bill o'reilly last night. he just means he's unencumbered now. he's the top of the ticket. he's the presidential nominee. past presidential nominees have been able to rely upon much more support within the rank and file members, elected members, than he is. but i will say that we have a great relationship with the rnc. reince priebus and i talk
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several times a day. he's up here often to help. as are his top lieutenants. and that's been great because what we need as a presidential nominee is the field operation, the data, certainly the ground game. the rnc came bearing gifts this year. they've been working at this for many, many years. so when donald trump goes and raises money, like he did 5 million or so strong yesterday in texas, that money goes -- a lot of that money goes back to the party, and it helps these down ballot candidates, some of whom aren't supporting him. >> i'm misifystified by what's g on. every member in the house is running for re-election. some of them see him as not helpful to their causes. nonetheless, the argument has been, okay, he's better than her because she will pick all these new people for the supreme court, and we don't want that to happen. that's been a pretty clear message. it's been a clear choice from the get go. that hasn't changed, but this has. >> that hasn't changed at all.
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in fact, the supreme court -- also, if you want somebody who's strong and serious about the feeding of islamic radical terrorism, if you want someone who knows how to create jobs, there's so many different issues that face this country. and the stark choice could not be more clear between clinton and trump. and yet, you do have a number of republicans who otherwise agree with the policies of donald trump in the republican party now i think making it easier for hillary clinton in some ways to win -- to compete in some of their states. it's unfortunate, but donald trump will do what he's done all along, which is take her message directly to the people, through the noise or through the silence, whichever can may be. >> what's going to happen in the future? will a totally different party emerge from all of this? because you've got a republican party that's split. even donald trump is admitting that and writing in his tweets how the democrats, at least they're being loyal. no matter what happens, no matter what these wikileaks things say, they're loyal. meanwhi meanwhile, his party is split.
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will we see a new party emerge? >> i doubt that. what i think you'll see is -- what i think you do see is a party that has growing pains because it is an expansive party that represents different view points. and ainsley, you need to look no further than our last couple presidential nominees. i think this party was very dangerously close to being the party of the eelites, yet, donad trump is giving voice to the workers. when i go to his rallies, i see folks there from all stages of life and frankly folks who have spent their days very differently. stay at home moms, business owning women, carpenters and welders, then executives. in other words, this is the way the party should be. i think because he's given voice to, as he says, the forgotten man, forgotten woman, he's been able to expand the party in many ways. and look, i'd rather be the republican party than the democratic party. you talk loyalty, but loyalty can be blind. the idea you're going to have democrats staying with hillary clinton after what's been revealed in e-mails, the way
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they really truly feel about people, referring to catholics, denigrating news corp.'s rupert murdoch because of his catholic religion. what do all the catholics out there feel about it? if i'm donald trump, i'm going to stand at the podium and read from these e-mails to see how these democrats and hillary clinton truly feel. >> so in the debate the other night, he said i feel like i'm debating not just hillary clinton but the entire press corps. this wikileaks dump validates that. >> a lot of collusion. >> john harwood really went after trump in one of the primary debates. i remember trump complaining about it. talking to the chairman of the hillary campaign and saying, you know, trump's awful and i'm glad the way i treated him. basically, this shows the press is colluding with the hillary campaign. do you feel vindicated? >> well, we feel disappointed. if we had more complete coverage and less biased coverage, i feel mr. trump would be able to get his message out in a way that would benefit the voters. it is disappointing to read those e-mails and see that folks who you think aren't giving us a fair shake truly aren't giving
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us a fair shake, but there's a reason that they're cozying up to the clinton folks. listen, this cannot be -- you can't have a true, free democracy and a free and fair election if they're in the bag for the other team. >> you have hillary clinton calling half of his supporters deplorable. >> and irredeemable. >> then you have bill clinton just down in florida in the last day or so saying this about trump supporters. >> you know, look, the other guy's face is what i grew up in. i'm basically your standard red neck. >> then he said trump was confuse by the coal people in west virginia and kentucky. that's offensive to people down south. >> it should be offensive to
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everyone, but certainly offensive to the people he was targeting specifically. i don't know that bill clinton is helping his wife much on campaign trail these days. i'm glad he's out there. she's the second most popular person in a two-person household. you can see why he's out there. last week it was obamacare is the craziest thing he's ever seen, we agree. the comment yesterday. i feel it's only an unguarded moment that we learn how the clintons really feel about americans, particularly hillary clinton. you saw after the irredeemable and deplorables comment, we heard her in the comfort of the donor class on tape, denouncing the bernie sanders voters. even earlier this week in the debate, one of the lowest moments for hillary clinton in that debate was when she was asked to explain why she would call millions of people irredeemable and deplorable. she said, well, i apologize for that. he said, no, you only apologized for the number. you are off by a margin of about
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tens of millions of people. it's only in those unguarded moments. i want people to pay attention to that. what donald trump has said is when he win, he will be the president of all americans, even those who vociferously opposed his candidacy. >> there you go. nbc on friday put out the billy bush bust tape. apparently they'd been sitting on it for months. it happened years ago. now you see in the left wing media there are a lot of organizations who are saying, somebody else must have some tapes on donald trump. in fact, donald trump said, you know, if there are more tapes, have them come on out. what happens if more tapes do come out? what's the official campaign strategy to react to any more tape? >> well, i don't know what's out there. there's no way for me to know what is and isn't out there. i only know what i read. we'll deal with them as they come. we'll have to find out what is on there, what the context was, and you know, in the case of last week, i was there when mr. trump learned this. exactly the contrition and the
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humility and the apology he expressed is what i saw privately as well. i'm glad he did that. i think when people seek mercy and forgiveness, we ought to be given -- all these people, the high horse sanctimony from some. you see hillary clinton's top people attacking catholics. yet, when somebody asks for forgiveness and mercy, we're going to look the other way. i'm glad he's contrite, and i'm glad he denounced his comments the way people like me and his wife have. nobody is out there defending those comments. >> i was in a frank luntz focus group in st. louis that night watching the debate. they were fine with his apology. they said, okay, he's apologized, time to move on. >> but the obsessiveness with some over this particular incident and these tapes is really, to tucker's earlier point, that's a different kind of media bias. i don't know what the 16 million plus women who are in poverty and the 12 million plus women who don't have health insurance as i sit here are thinking of
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some of the networks that are completely obsessed with this and not allowing them at least a fair and full opportunity to assess what the two candidates plans are on the issues that really affect them in their lives. i think that's what's missing from the conversation. when we keep having the same discussion over and over again, when somebody is -- you know, hillary clinton said, hey, i'm sorry, i would do it over again. everybody is like, oh, she apologized. that's it. she called everybody deplorable. she said she was sorry. let's move on. no, let's not. who's picking and choosing what's important to us? >> kellyanne, thank you. >> good to see you. >> all right. meanwhile, coming up, a brand new bombshell for hillary clinton. was the department of justice tipping her off to upcoming trouble? looks like it, according to wikileaks. sheriff david clarke on deck to weigh in on that. but first, kevin mccarthy with a movie so good he's giving it four out of five stars. plus, we're going to wish him well because it is wedding
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well, ben affleck is back on the big screen with a new movie called "the accountant" and it's not boring. >> this guy risks his life for cooking the books for some of the scariest people on the
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planet. drug cartels, arms brokers, money launderers, assassins. who survives this kind of clientele? imagine the secrets this guy has. >> what are you doing here? >> who are you? >> but do the numbers add up, tucker? >> here with his review is fox news contributor, founder of, the almost about to be married kevin mccarthy. great to see you, kevin. >> hey, good morning to you guys. great to be on. whoever wrote, do the numbers add up, you're a genius. thank you. >> i came up with that. >> you're a genius. >> what makes you think i read that? >> i didn't know if it was in the prompter. that was a really well-written line. thank you so much. the movie itself is absolutely incredible. basically an "r" rated jason bourn. the idea is he's a character who's an accountant who cooks the books for dangerous people. the movie is very heavily "r" rated. very brutal to watch at times. it really does a good job of
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showcasing ben affleck's range. he's an amazing actor in the fi film. gavin o'connor, the director, also did a movie called "the warrior and miracle." i gave it a four out of five. one of the cool things about the film, by the way, he's an accountant. he writes all these crazy numbers all over glass windows. when he's really doing that, how much writing did ben affleck actually have to do? i was shocked to hear his answer. watch this. >> we got ben's handwriting. >> this is a cool thing, actually. >> we got ben's handwriting. we were replicating that. >> they turned my handwriting into a font in a computer. >> what is that called? affleck font? >> i guess. i can type in my own handwriting. so they can print out with a computer in a font that looks like my handwriting. a computer printed all that stuff out. >> that's amazing. >> cool, right? i thought that was a neat trick. >> i had a forensic accountant with us through the whole process to make sure the numbers were accurate. >> that's fantastic. it looks great.
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since you're getting married this weekend to lauren, you're going to need a new accountant. >> this is 100% true. by the way, i got to say i'm the luckiest guy on the planet. i cannot believe i found this person. we met in a movie theater. she's a film critic just like me. she literally is the greatest person on the planet. i'm beyond lucky she's marrying me. i cannot believe that it's actually happening this weekend. i mean, i'm getting so nervous because i want everything to go right. it's her day, and i want her to have the best possible day. i'm just very excited about it. >> a lot of other people wish you the best too. we had a lot of our fans writing in. this is mitzy on twitter. she says, wishing you and your lovely bride all the best. god be with you as you begin your lives together. >> thank you. >> dean says, when the planets align, it's a beautiful thing. enjoy your lives together. >> congrats on your impending wedding. how about listing your top ten rom-coms. >> that'll do it.
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>> i will tweet out those. definitely "notting hill." my first day with my fiance was at taco bell. now we're getting married four years later. >> very exciting. >> one piece of advice for you. i've been married 30 years. >> yes, sir. >> let's practice this. yes, dear. anything you say. >> yes, dear. anything you say. >> just say done, done, done. that's great advice. >> it actually is. >> no wonder you've been married that long. >> congratulations, kevin. >> 30 years, by the way, steve. awesome. >> "the notebook" better be on your rom-com list. >> oh, definitely. so many great films. of course. >> fantastic. >> we're rooting for you. >> we wish you well. all the best. >> thank you, sir. next up, millions of dollars in medicare payments being handed out to hundreds of patients. the problem, they're all dead.
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good morning and welcome back to "fox & friends." we start with a fox news alert. the fbi is now investigating a fiery plane crash on a busy street in connecticut. word this morning that the crash may have been intentional, and the student pilot killed in that crash reportedly a jordanian national. >> all i saw was a crash and then like an atom bomb went off. then it just kept blowing up. then i heard people screaming. >> we understand now the fbi is looking into that student who first came to the united states in 2012 on a temporary visa to fulfill a course for flight school. at some point, his status changed and he went to a language school in toledo, ohio.
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then there's this. police takedown in the middle of a freeway. a suspect tased as he runs from police across several lanes of traffic in texas. a car comes within inches of this guy. police say the chase started as a shoplifting call when two men tried stealing $2,000 worth of clothes from a kohl's department store. then, a 93-year-old bridge deemed weak turns out to be anything but that. watch. [ explosion ] yeah, supposed to go down, but it did not. that's in little rock, arkansas. the structure refusing to fall despite several explosions. it took crews five hours to finally bring down that bridge. those are your headlines. see you back here in a little bit. >> all right. thank you. millions of taxpayer dollars handed out to dead people. >> this according to a remarkable and pretty disturbing new medicare audit.
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>> sheryl is here to break it all down. what's going on? >> good morning, guys. a recent audit by the inspector general for the centers for medicare and medicaid found the agency improperly paid $1.5 million in benefits to dead people between the years 2013 and 2015. now, according to the audit, the agency processed 1,047 medicare claims worth nearly $1.5 million for services after the recipient's date of death. how does this happen? well, while the agency does have processes in place to make sure benefits do not continue, it relies on data from the social security administration to prevent fraud. a spokesman said that the agency is strongly committed to program integrity efforts in medicare and continuously works to prevent improper payments to deceased ben fish yeficiarieben. clearly yet another example of big government waste of our hard-earned tax dollars. >> plenty of it. >> pretty unbelievable. >> glad we're working so hard. thank you, sheryl. meanwhile, he's the pint-sized politician taking the country by storm.
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get out of my sight. don't get fooled by a cut rate network. verizon gives you tons of data without all the restrictions. get 20 gigs and 4 lines for only $160. with no surprise overages on america's best network. good morning to you and your family. it's wednesday. it's october 12th. i'm ainsley earhardt. a fox news alert. breaking overnight, shocking new details on a plane intentionally crashing into a city street. look at that video. >> all i saw was a crash and then like an atom bomb went off. then it just kept blowing up. then i heard people screaming. >> what we have just learned about the student pilot on board that plane and where he's from. meanwhile, donald trump unleashing a war of words on his fellow republicans. >> i think we should get support, and we don't get the support from guys like paul ryan. i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. what i want to do is i want to win for the people. >> well, he may not have paul ryan's support, but does he
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still have marco rubio's? he was down in florida yesterday. we're live on the trail with the latest. then, he captured the hearts of america as donald trump's side kick the other day. >> where's your daddy? and your mommy. do you want to go back -- do you want to go back to them or stay with donald trump? >> trump. >> tiny trump joins us here on the couch. more proof that this is the best possible show you could be watching this morning. glad to see you. >> where's he going? >> that's 2-year-old hunter. monday donald trump pulls him out of the crowd. he wound up wowing the crowd when donald trump asked, do you want to go back to mom and dad or trump? trump. >> tiny trump. >> his hair. he was just out on the set during commercial break.
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his hair is remarkable trumpian. i mean that as a huge compliment. >> you've got trump hair. if your hair was blond, you would have trump hair. >> mine is a wig. but whatever. >> we're going to post a picture on twitter. it is the cutest picture. kellyanne conway was here. she took a picture with him right there with his mom. there it is. >> tiny trump and jessica and kellyanne. >> when you're a mom, you do whatever to distract the kids. his mom is like, look at the birds. there are birds up there. that's why he was looking up. we don't have birds in the studio, but that was very clever. >> that's right. >> all right. meanwhile, want politics? we got plenty of them. 27 days until election day. today the trump train roars through florida as the republican nominee declares war. it's a civil war on the establishment republicans. >> donald trump fed up after his own party abandoned support, but his fight is nowhere near over. >> well, our fox news senior national correspondent john roberts is live in ocala, florida, with the very latest on
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all of this. good morning, john. >> reporter: tucker, ainsley, steve, good morning to you. our political director asked me that same question the other day. do you want to go home to mommy and daddy or do you want to stay with trump? we chose to stay with trump. 28 days left until this election is over. donald trump's got a lot of work to do here in the sunshine state. he was leading in most of the polls, but now in the real clear politics average, hillary clinton has a lead of just under 2.5%. trump was here last night. he's going to be here today for two events and one event at noon tomorrow in west palm beach, trying to turn those numbers around. but laying a lot of blame at the feet of what he believes are turncoat republicans who came out and supported him but then when things got tough decided they were going to bail on him. paul ryan, the speaker of the house, has not rescinded his endorsement, says he's still going to vote for trump, but he's basically done with him, not going to campaign with him, not going to defend him. john mccain of arizona the other day, who asked for donald trump's endorsement for his
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primary campaign, turned coat on donald trump and said he's not going to vote for him. trump talked with bill o'reilly last night about all of this. listen to what he says about john mccain, but first about paul ryan. >> we had a conference call yesterday with congressmen, with hundreds of them, and they practically rioted against him on the phone. one person stuck up for him. so look, i don't want his support. i don't care about his support. he's never heard salty language before. you know, john mccain, who has probably the dirtiest mouth in all of the senate. >> reporter: at the same time, he's fighting with some of his fellow republicans, he's also battling against hillary clinton. at a big rally in panama city, florida, yesterday, going after her on national security and the leaked e-mails that were put out via wikileaks, showing close ties between clinton campaign and the department of justice over the whole e-mail scandal. listen to how trump responded to that. >> the hillary clinton documents
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released today by wikileaks make more clear than ever just how much is at stake in this election. this election will determine whether we remain a free country in the truest sense of the word or we become a corrupt banana republic. >> reporter: so where is all of this heading? randy evans, who's a senior member of the republican national committee, told me back in february that he believes that by november there could be three parties emerging in the united states, the democratic party, the republican party, and the trump party. we'll see how it goes. just a little less than four weeks left. >> we asked kellyanne conway that. she says she doesn't think that's happening, but a lot of people agree with you. >> all right. john, thank you very much. what would the mascot be for the trump party? the donkey for the democrats. >> the elephant. >> i don't know. good question. >> the hair? >> people forget, though, the debate is over style.
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trump is rude. we're very offended by that. what people are missing is there are actual policy disagreements between the republican leadership in washington and donald trump. the central one is immigration. they've supported our current regime. you may agree with that or not, but we should be very honest that that really undergirds a lot of this. >> he was the anti-establishment guy. that's how he got past 16 other people. since this is where he started, if this continued to resonate going forward with 90% of the republican base and he energized that base to show up, what, three tuesdays from now, he'll win. >> he's saying he's unshackled now, taking off the shackles. we had kellyanne conway on the couch with us. we asked her about it. this is what she said. >> he's just unencumbered now. this idea of do you support us, do you not support us. he's the top of the ticket. he's the presidential nominee. past presidential nominees have
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been able to rely upon much more support within the rank and file members, elected members than he is. what you do see is a party that has growing pains because composite an expansive party that represents different view points. i think this party was very dangerously close to being the party of the elites. yet, trump has really given voice to the workers. you know, when i go to his rallies, i see folks there from all stages of life. >> the republican party was dangerously close to becoming the party of the elites under the republican establishment. that, i think, really is the nub of this debate. >> the crazy thing is, a lot of people now are saying the democrats are the elites. you think about hillary clinton calling people deplorable. you have bill clinton calling republicans and trump supporters red necks. >> and this new wikileaks dump adds to what you just said. you can see the contempt they have on display. . >> for instance, there's one we've been talking about this morning where hillary clinton's communications director jennifer palmieri is talking to somebody
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from a lefty think tank, a guy by the name of john halperin. they're ridiculing rupert murdoch, who runs fox news channel and news corp., and is the managing editor at "the wall street journal." a fellow by the name of robert thompson. ridicules them for being catholic and raising their children as catholics. and this is what the first fella, the guy at the think tank, john halperin says about catholicism. >> it is an amazing bastardization of the faith, he writes in this e-mail. they must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backwards gender relations. jenn palmieri writes, i imagine they think it is the most socially acceptable politically conservative religion. their rich friends wouldn't understand if they became evangelica evangelicals. the contempt is unbelievable. think, 20 years ago many american catholics were democrats. the democratic party represented people like this. how much has the party changed? >> that shows you the direction of the country.
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i believe my faith is extremely important to me. i'm not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. that's why i need to go to church. that's why i need faith in my life. i want to raise my daughter in a christian home. that's offensive to a lot of people, but it makes me feel sorry for them because they obviously haven't ever experienced the love and the forgiveness that i believe christianity brings to my home and to me. >> let's be honest. are sincere people of faith really the problem? are people who want to baptize their kids catholic the problem? they're not. >> people are raising their kids without faith. i think no matter what you're faith is, it convicts you, it prevents you from going down a wrong path in many cases. you know, it saves your life. >> but look at the double standard. we were talking about this earlier. had they been talking about islam and muslims instead of catholics, you know, "the new york times" would be putting out a special edition right now, every 15 minutes on the very latest on this. >> the president would have a primetime press conference.
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>> we had steve hilton on earlier talking about this topic. he was once upon a time an adviser to david cameron from the uk. he said this -- he's disgusted. he's a catholic. listen. >> the attitude reveelt edreveat is so disgraceful. look at the outrage, the correct outrage, about donald trump's remarks the other day with respect to women. the remarks there about people with faith are just as bad in a different way. now, imagine further if those remarks were from republicans about people who are muslims. just imagine. in that line about thundershower lack of understanding about different types of christianity, they would like to see christ n christianity as politically on their side. in a way, that's worse. they want to make it political, to politicize something that is so deep and profound for people. i think it's really disgusting. >> big question is, is this how the campaign views catholics? she can't win without catholic
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support. >> it will be interesting to see their response to this. in a normal year, in a normal campaign with a normal political party, you would have people falling all over themselves to apologize for this bigoted attack on people of faith. i don't think you're going to see that. >> that's too bad. >> those are just a few of the highlights from these e-mails. the list goes on and on. >> all right. 11 minutes after the top of the hour. a fox news alert. the fbi is looking into claims that a fiery plane crash was intentional. >> the survivor on board reveals that chilling detail to police as we learn that the student pilot, who was killed in the crash, is a jordanian national. >> our affiliate is live in east hartford, connecticut, with the red flags being raised after this crash. >> reporter: good morning. check out what's going on behind me here. this is just a few feet away from where this wreckage is. you can see investigators are out here this morning. there are members of the fbi, the faa all involved in this
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investigation. in just the last hour, members of the national transportation safety board have also joined in to figure out exactly what caused this plane crash. we do know this morning that the plane was heading for the flight school just over our connecticut river here. the connecticut airport authority confirming to us there were two people on board. the pilot, a flying school instructor reportedly jumped out before crashing. another person on board, a student, did not make it out alive. here's where this all gets very interesting. "the new york times" is reporting that the pilot told investigators this crash was not an accident. they're also reporting that the student killed was a 28-year-old man from just outside the chicago area, that he was certified to fly a single-engine plane. the faa is telling us, however, that the plane that crashed was a twin engine piper pa-34. at a news conference, they updated us.
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police said the investigation will be a key factor into figuring out exactly who was controlling the plane at the time that it went down. we are expecting another update from police shortly, so of course we will get you all the latest information just as soon as we have it. we'll send it back inside to you guys. >> thank you. >> what a mystery. i want to know more. >> what a weird story. coming up, a brand new bombshell for hillary clinton. was our justice department tipping her off to upcoming trouble? sheriff david clarke on deck to weigh in on that. and the story is disturbing. could this video just going viral lead investigators to a girl that's been missing for seven years? you're going to hear from her mom. this morning, a huge update. ♪
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here to react is the milwaukee county sheriff, david clarke. sheriff, good to see you this morning. quite a part from this presidential race, nobody wants to believe our justice system is corrupt. yet, in this latest batch of e-mails, we see this. brian fallon says this. doj folks informed me there's a status hearing in this case this morning so we could have a window into the judge's thinking about this proposed production schedule as quickly as today. now, i don't see an alternate explanation here. seems like the department of justice is colluding with the clinton people, even as they investigate her e-mail matter. is that what it looks like to you? >> well, i don't know what you mean by the people don't want to believe that the united states department of justice is corrupt. it is corrupt, and it extends from the white house as well. this started out years ago when the then-attorney general eric
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holder became the only attorney general in u.s. history to ever be found in contempt of congress. you know, this corruption, it's all throughout the government. it's the courts, it's our institutions of government, the higher ups at the fbi, u.s. doj, the congress, on and on. i believe the american people are finally going to have to rise up. it's pitchfork time in america to get these people out of here. this whole thing stinks. it's illegitimate. >> you, of course, work for the government. you're in law enforcement. you see the justice system at work every day. and you hate -- what i meant in my first question by you hate to think this, the idea that the average person is held to a different standard legally than people in power is the most corrosive idea that you could have. people really start to believe that, then that's a threat to our system itself, isn't it? >> it's a big threat to the system. they're going to have to believe it if it's going to change.
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you look at this current attorney general, when she met with bill clinton on the plane, you know, days before the u.s. doj announced they would not charge mrs. bill clinton in the e-mail scandal and the secret server. you know, you're right. people have lost faith in this thing. there's a different standard. there's no doubt about that. look at the irs. i can go on and on and on when i say our institutions are corrupt. i can go one after another and give you an example of what i'm talking about. >> yeah, there's a reason all this is happening. there's no question about that. sheriff david clarke joining us live this morning. great to see you. thanks for coming on. >> thank you. next up, he was the center of all attention on stage at a donald trump rally. now mini trump is headed here. he's in the hallway coming for the couch. you'll meet him next.
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all right. quick headlines for you on this wednesday. a disturbing viral video thought to show a missing teenager turning out to be a hoax. the recording first posted two months after kayla berg disappeared back in wisconsin in 2009. recently resurfaced to reignite interest in this cold case. >> hi, walter. i was at the mall today, and guess what happened. i met the most wonderful girl. i brought her back to my place. >> we've stopped the tape there.
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it goes on to show a woman tied up on the floor and screaming. this morning the fbi says it is 100% a fake. and tens of thousands of people being told to get to higher ground immediately. storm ravaged north carolina now bracing for even more flooding from hurricane matthew. swollen rivers stranding people as far as 80 mailes inland. meanwhile in haiti, people are worried about famine after all their crops were wiped out along with many homes. >> look at that. at a trump rally on monday, one small supporter stole the show. >> now, he's supposed to look like donald trump, but he's actually much too good looking. you are really handsome. where's your daddy? and your mommy. do you want to go back to them or do you want to stay with donald trump? >> trump. >> joining us now is tiny trump,
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hunter, and his mom jessica. hunter, you're on tv. >> look. you want to wave? >> see the red light? there you are. >> blow kisses. >> so let's take you back monday night. you're in the crowd. >> hunter. >> you're in the crowd. it's your second trump rally. donald trump sees hunter. >> yeah. >> what does he say? >> he says, get that kid up here. >> okay. were you okay with that? >> yeah, yes, i was. i was okay with that. you know, we were towards the back of the crowd, and the crowd around us wanted donald to see the baby. so they were a great group of people who let us on through. >> and they started chanting. >> they started yelling, chanting, pointing to the baby. >> bring him up, bring him up. >> yep. my husband held him up. donald, you know, spotted his mini trump. >> jessica, were you nervous? when donald trump asked him, do you want to go with mom or dad
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or do you want to stay here with donald trump. i mean, you didn't know what he was going to say. >> i didn't know what he was going to say. >> he said trump. >> i think the whole time he was like mimicking him. he was talking into the mike. he was kind of saying what he was saying. so i think he was playing, you know, copy cat. >> we made a deal with him. he could have that mint at the end of the interview. while you're talking, he's just going to have one more. >> he does play by his own rules. >> he's obviously got the coolest hair in his preschool class. did you recognize ahead of time the uncanny resemblance to the presidential candidate? >> no, no. he'd wake up in the morning, and he'd have this hair that took a life on itself in the morning. i snapped a couple photos as time went on, and then when we found out that -- back in april that trump was coming, we got the suit, we got the hair styled. and it took off. >> you know people online think it's a wig. >> it's not a wig. this is all -- >> the uk press is positive it's
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a wig. >> it's not a wig. >> that's a legitimate combover. >> hunter, why do you like donald trump? >> is his -- does he say let's make america great again? >> you want to say make america great again? >> we'll give you a mint. he's already got the mint. >> say, make america great again. >> again. >> do you have other children that look like donald trump? >> no, no. >> any other candidates? >> no. >> you don't have a bernie sanders at home, do you? >> no. >> this is his second trump rally, right? >> this is his second trump rally. >> is he going to be donald trump for halloween? >> i don't think he has a choice. i think the people are telling us he needs to be trump for halloween. >> would he let me be secretary of transportation if i asked? why is it you like donald trump? >> you know, i like that he really is different. he's different. change is needed. i think he thinks outside the
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box, most definitely. >> what about that tape that came out last week? >> you know, i really don't like to talk too much on negativity because when we talk about little trump, it's really about the positiveness. you know, i like to keep it positive with him. they're my personal feelings. people might get offended. people might not like baby trump because of the way i feel. whether you're a trump supporter, whether you're a hillary supporter, you have to love baby trump. >> absolutely. >> hunter, thank you very much. put her there. >> secretary of snacks. i could take that. so great to see you. thank you. >> thank you. >> jessica, thank you very much. hunter, good job. >> what do you say? >> all right. meanwhile, coming up, real donald trump taking on his own party for abandoned him.
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tommie copper. life hurts, feel better. well, it's your shot of the morning. tim tebow performing what some are calling a miracle. a major league miracle in the minor leagues. while signing autographs after a game in arizona, one of his fans collapsed, appearing to have had a seizure. >> tim tebow put a hand on the fan and said a prayer for him
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and kept him calm until the paramedics could get there. the man is expected to be okay. >> this isn't a first for tebow. he also prayed over a man who had experienced heart problems during a flight back in june. >> look at that. all right. that's great. meanwhile, let's bring in pete, fox news contributor and author of "in the arena." he's joining us live today from chicago. good morning to you. >> good morning, pete. >> morning. thanks for having me. >> you spend a lot of time down in washington, d.c. what do you make of the fact that -- given what paul ryan has said, donald trump is distancing himself from the republican establishment. >> you know, i think he has to. frankly, i'm a conservative. i've liked a lot of republicans and conservatives who haven't supported donald trump, but i'm sick of this whole idea that we're going to throw bombs and be critics and undermine this candidate. we've got an election cycle where we've got two choices. i get donald trump is not
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perfect. i get that he's made mistakes. he's said a lot of things we don't like. this is not about left and right. this is about do we have a country or not. do we have borders or not. do we support our cops or not. do we stand for the national anthem or not. do we let political correctness drown us or fight back. donald trump is not perfect. what i say to the critics on the sidelines are don't confuse the sidelines with the moral high ground. if you do and continue to do what you do and undermine donald trump, we will get hillary clinton, which means we will get the fundamental transformation of america continuing. >> so you built your book around a very famous ted by roosevelt speech. give us the essence of it. i think it may speak to what we're watching right now. >> yeah, i wrote a book call the "in the arena." it's about a man in the arena quote which is famous and a lot of people out there will know. it came from a famous teddy roosevelt quote. i don't know if you have the quote there.
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it says, it's not critic who counts, it's not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles. the credit belongs to the man who's in the arena whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly for worthy causes and who errs because there is no effort without error and shortcoming. he ends by saying, so that we never shall be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat. i would ask america, don't be those timid souls. don't be those critics on the sidelines. we have a man in the arena right now. his name is donald trump. he may not have been your first choice. he wasn't mine. i was a marco rubio supporter. then i was a ted cruz supporter. then i supported nobody. i was just never hillary. then tepidly donald trump. today i'll proudly pull the lever for him. not because i have to own everything he's done, everything he's said, something that happened 11 years ago, but because i love my country. that's what teddy roosevelt was talking about. the arena is where you fight for america. it's quite clear the left is off the cliff, open borders, political correctness, gut our military, and donald trump is
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fighting in the arena for us. >> pete, what is your message for the folks in the gop that are splitting the party, that are not following donald trump? >> thank you very much for hillary clinton. thank you very much for a supreme court that's going to undermine our second amendment and first amendment. thank you very much for a military that won't be rebuilt, a va that's not going to get fixed. i think we've got -- there's a movement building around donald trump that is not all about conservativism. we acknowledge that. but if we stand on our hill of purity and perfection on every single issue, then we'll never have a candidate that we love. so realize that it's our job as conservatives to make sure that if donald trump is elected, he stays conservative, especially with supreme court justices. to sit on the sidelines is to enable hillary clinton, which is to enable the radical left to keep transforming our country. >> yes, i appreciate that you don't need to own everything any candidate says in order to make the choice in favor of that candidate. >> that's right. >> all right. pete hegseth joining us from
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minneapolis, not chicago. thank you very much. >> and joining us here in the studio is heather with the headlines. >> hi, guys. hope you're off to a great morning. just about 20 minutes before the top of the hour. breaking news coming in overnight. the admitted terrorist behind the paris attack now staging a prison protest. the reason, he doesn't like being monitored 24/7. okay. salah abdeslam has been in solitary confinement since he was arrested last year, accused of plotting the attack that killed 130 people. his lawyers are now quitting the case because abdeslam refuses to testify. a major break in the kim kardashian robbery case, we're told. french police have found dna on a diamond cross that was stolen in that multimillion dollar jewelry heist. someone apparently found that necklace and handed it over to police just one day after kardashian says she was bound, gagged, and robbed inside that paris apartment. french police suspecting
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kardashian's social media post showing her alone before the break-in made her an easy target. wow, look at that diamond. the star also suing the website media takeout over claims that she faked the entire thing. and a disgusting display as a national anthem protest now reached another new low. watch this. ♪ and the home of the brave ♪ >> that is a singer named leah. she takes a knee while she performs the national anthem at a sacramento kings preseason game last night. she later posted this on facebook. quote, let's be honest, until we can recognize that white privilege exists, we cannot have a dialogue about race. in the meantime, the man who
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started the trend, colin kaepernick, got his starting job back with the 49ers. before he takes the field, he'll watch his multimillion dollar contract be completely restructured, we are told. and those are your headlines. something else, huh? >> no kidding. thank you very much. >> now we're going to have to vet the people that sing the national anthem and make sure they don't do that. >> making generalizations like that based on skin color is never a good idea. >> i thought it was interesting that at the conclusion of the song, everybody cheered as you always do. i wonder if they actually could tell that she was down on one knee. >> no, i actually was confused by what she was doing. >> it kind of looked like she was praying. >> a number of people stood up and walked out. >> don't know. what do you think? e-mail us. next up, the mainstream prez cannot get enough of donald trump's hot mike moment. it's wall-to-wall still and it's wednesday. where are all those brand new bombshells about hillary clinton? are they ignoring that story? a fair and balanced debate coming up next. and honest abe lincoln sweeping the headlines since sunday's debate. now you can own an extremely rare piece of history yourself.
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i fight back. that's why i'm still here. every woman has a right to defend herself with a gun if she chooses. hillary clinton disagrees with that. don't let politicians take away your right to own a gun. donald trump supports my right to own a gun. we've got some quick wednesday morning headlines for you right now. samsung now giving out fireproof boxes so customers can safely send back those exploding
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telephones they've been selling. great. meanwhile, u.p.s. and fedex originally refused to handle the returns after several galaxy note 7s and their replacements burst into flames. the company has stopped production of the phones all across the globe. and heart stopping video shows the moment a train smashes into a tractor trailer truck that got stuck on the tracks. >> [ bleep ]! >> the video out of atwater, california, shows the truck absolutely decimated. the driver escaping just seconds before the collision. nobody, thankfully, was hurt. all right. tucker? >> donald trump taking aim at the press corps for ignoring the latest wikileaks dump. >> the press is hardly even talking about wikileaks. you know that. wikileaks is amazing. the stuff that's coming out, it shows she's a real liar. she said, well, you have to say to the public and you have to say to your donors different things, okay. the press doesn't even pick this
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stuff up. >> doesn't he have a point? his campaign is arguing which is worse, his words or hillary's actions. it's an interesting question. joining us now, republican pollster kristen anderson, a columnist for "the washington examiner," and linda tram, democratic strategist and former staffer of tim kaine. first, i don't think anyone would argue that trump's comments on "access hollywood" don't constitute a news story. they do. but here you have a series of remarkable leaks from the chairman of the hillary campaign's e-mail account in which, among other things, you know, the hillary people attack catholics, appear to show coordination between the campaign and the justice department, et cetera. shouldn't the press be covering these things? >> well, look, i think the campaign has been pretty clear they're questioning the voracity of these e-mails. that's part of it. >> let me correct you. i don't think that's true. i don't think anyone in the campaign has said these are
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forgeries. i don't think that's right. >> i think john podesta has been on air quite frequently saying he's questioning some of the vor rasty of the e-mails. that said, i think part of the issue is we're not comparing words from donald trump to words from hillary or some of of her senior advisers. we're looking at visuals from "access hollywood" and comparing that to words. visuals are compelling to people. so that's part of what's happening here. secondly, i think part of the issue is if what happened with donald trump actually impacts voters, it's mostly probably going to impact those white college-educated women voters. those have been people who have been really critical to republican victories in the past. >> i mean, there are two ways to look at that. one, as a sort of political matter. the other sort of revovls around substance. that's one of the calls that news organizations exist to make. i don't think any rational person could say trump's comments, ugly as they undoubtedly were, are more
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inherently significant than some of the things we're learning from this document dump. could you reach that conclusion? >> i think they're boetd pretty significant. i think part of the reason why we're seeing perhaps less attention paid to the wikileaks dump than we are to the "access hollywood" tapes have to deal with the subject matter itself and what the american public is sort of hungry to see. i was fascinated on friday by the timing of the wikileaks dump. it seemed as though it was coming out an attempt to take people away from talking about the tapes. here's something else to talk about. sort of misreading that the american public, i think, is always going to want to watch a sex scandal unfold than sort of finding out yet again that hillary clinton and her team are less than forthright with the american people. i think part of it is just the shock factor. the idea that hillary clinton has secret positions that she holds behind closed doors or or actually wants open trade, i don't think these are things that actually surprise people as much as the tapes surprised people about what donald trump
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was saying. >> so linda, can we clear up one factual point? you're hearing the hillary clinton campaign say this is the result of russia trying to influence the outcome of this election. i just want to be clear. we don't know that. we don't actually know where these leaks came from. we don't know that it the russian government or russian intelligence or russian military had anything to do with that? it's a lie, and they're trying to divert away from the substance of the e-mails. >> you know, i don't actually know where that information came from. i do know the campaign has been saying for quite a number of months now that some of the various document dumps that have happened along the way independent authorities have said have been part of a larger effort by russian government officials to interfere with the american campaign. >> it's just a big claim. and it's not true, so far as we know. so it's nice to point that out. i wish we had more time, we don't. thanks so much for joining us. honest abe lincoln sweeping the headlines since sunday's debate. now president lincoln's written record could be yours if you're willing to pay for it. a rare piece of history on
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display. that's up next. first, we check in with our friend bill hemmer for a taste of what's coming up. >> is this saturday or sunday? i'm a little confused i'm seeing you. great to see you. good morning, tucker. one week from today is the fox debate. it will be closing arguments for trump and clinton. first today, more leaks about catholics and evangelicals at the highest level of clinton's campaign. is trump shifting his strategy? dr. ben carson is here live. and what do house republicans do now? we'll talk to a member of the leadership team there. there's a ton to get after this morning. we shall when martha and i see you ten minutes away. top of the hour.
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convince some people, he used some arguments convincing other people, he used other arguments. >> honest abe never lied. that's the good thing. that's the big difference between abraham lincoln and you. >> oh, man. >> well, 150 years after his passing, honest abe lincoln is back in the headlines. he was name dropped at sunday night's debate, of course. >> and now a piece of his history can be yours. >> that's right. nathan is from the rab collection here in new york city today. we are honored that you would bring this out. what is this? >> this is an original letter of abraham lincoln, written in 1859 to a young man who wanted to get involved in politics. and lincoln had a simple message for him. >> yeah. >> when you're young, no one's watching you. so get involved while you're young because that's the moment when you can make a lot of damage. he refers to the political opposition as the enemy. but at the end, he sort of ebnd
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with a positive message. >> how did you get this letter? >> this came from a very old collection, somebody who really valued abraham lincoln. it survived all this time. obviously the young man kept the letter as well. >> can we zoom in a little bit? i think it would be great if people could see what kind of handwriting abe lincoln had. how would you describe it? >> it's beautiful. and it's not only what it looks like. lincoln's handwriting is very legible and beautiful and bold. >> you can actually read that. >> oh, yeah. you could read it. he gets right to the point. he says -- he uses fewer words but says exactly what he wants to say. lincoln had a gift for language. it's not a coincidence that the gettysburg address, which was so short, was so powerful. it's a great gift. >> i think it's remarkable something like this is on the market, for sale. give us the range. what would it take to possess something like that? >> abraham lincoln documents you can find anywhere from $10,000 up to a few hundred thousand dollars, generally speaking. this is a little bit different
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we are so happy to announce that chris wallace, the award-winning journalist who works here at fox, is going to be the moderator of the next debate, which is one week from today, next wednesday. >> so be tube side. tucker, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. great to see you. bill: 28 days until america decides its next president. and donald trump says the shackles are off his campaign. and he says he doesn't need paul ryan's support. martha: donald trump going after the house speaker and others and accuse them of disloyal i after the leaked videotape that got so much attention over the weekends. >> i think we should get support, and we don't get support by guys like


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