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>> thanks more having me. always good to be here. harris: go vikings. >> bye week this week, but go vikings. harris: and the cubs. i know you like them, right? yes. tv, monday be, noon eastern, we'll see you then. "happening now" happening right now, have a good weekend. shows a tightening race of indiana. that is home state of mike pence. >> donald trump is up four points there. we are covering all of the news now. a brand new wiki leaks e-mail causing more problemses for the clinton campaign. >> honestly, she should be locked up. >> why donald trump's threat to lock her up is drawing fire. >> and monitoring how police do
their job. >> there is no statute recovering the collection of the dat a. >> how the feds plan to collect data on how the officers use force. and a grand white shark getting in the cage with a diver. somehow they both survive. it is all "happening now". >> we begin with another day bringing another damaging e-mail dump. it is embarrassing her yet again. i am jon scott. >> and i am howard naught in for jenna lee. wiki leaks released a new batch of e-mails from john podesta's account. that was back and forthwith
campaign manager trying to move the date of the illinois primary to benefit the democrats. we learn all of this new's stuff and ed henry is live for us in washington. >> good to see you, heather. >> reporter: it is hillary clinton's campaign. this was an e-mail exchange with john podesta. it would help hillary clinton over bernie sanders and they are all smiles on the campaign trail together and came together in the democrat convention. but the e-mail is pulling the curtain back on what was going on last year when the clinton camp was nervous about bernie sanders's rise. this is trying to get illinois officials back in march. a bonesus of ten percent extra
delegates if moved to april and may. they were not supposed to be in charge of the delegates. they were not supposed to be in charge of the dnc. they feel forgotten and neglected by president obama. but this is not obama ask but a hillary ask and the clintons will not forget what their friends have done for them. hillary clinton beat bernie sanders by 25000 votes. it shows you the behind machinations of what is going on. and a prominent african-american leader who spurned hillary clinton and went to bernie sanders writing to podesta, i know there are a million reasons for hillary clinton to win. but gen jealous feeling that he has no power is a particularingly good one.
it is bringing everyone together as a contrast to donald trump. and we have seen attacking an african-american and hispanics in the last couple of day and attacking the catholics in recent days. the e-mails are stirring up all kinds of trouble for the clinton camp. they are not denying them. but they believe russians hacked in to podesta's e-mail. >> you used a polite word. machination. but offering more delegates to the state of illinois as a trade to move the primary debate. >> a little horse trading going on. >> meanwhile donald trump ramping up the rhetoric and telling a florida crowd she has to go to jail over use of a private e-mail server.
and the crowd fired up with his favorite chant. >> the clintons are crim names, remember that. they're criminals. [cheering]. honestly she should be locked up. [cheering]. >> but charles krauthammer that trump's vow to put clinton behind bars is out of of bounds. the process is subtle and age- old way of settling struggles for power. that only works if there is mutual agreement to suggest the litimacy of the results. and the prize for the winner is temporary acquisition to limited
power. vladimar putin and hugo chavez, lock up their opponents. american leaders don't. we'll talk about it with the christopher is editor in achieve for the daily caller. despite charles's advice when donald trump talks about locking up hillary clinton, his crowds go wild. >> that's part of his whole thing of disrupting the political process. he acts as his own surrogate. in the past, the amount of times bush accused of trees an and petraeus, that is common. but donald trump is doing that. but the last few weeks. donald trump is under constant attacks. what would it take to bring down the clintons? they are accused of corruption
and sexual assault that, compromising national security. what could change voter's minds? >> daniel, what do you think about that? >> that is a good question. they have been investigated and they have always skated free. but perhaps one of the reasons is that their opponents tend to go too far and calling for them to be locked up is going too far and helped to save them in the end? ep 90s maybe the wrong people making the wrong argument to bring down the clinton and we are seeing something similar here. they are lucky about who the opponents are. there are decept and good
arguments to make against the clintons. calling for someone else to go to jail, that might not be the rallying cry to work and we are seeing that in the polls in a more traditional and straightforward argument against the clintons might be more effective. >> what about the difference in the level of coverage, christopher that is going on right now in respect to the trump allegations versus the wiki leak e-mails and what they show about the inner workings in the camp. we'll take our viewers to paul ryan event. he's speaking to college republicans in madison, wisconsin. we hear that there may be news with relations with the trump. >> one in keeping with our nation's principle like freedom and equality and another seeks to replace them.
and at this time, i would like to invite you to reflect on this choice that we are facing here. right now, as fracture ared and polarized as this country is, a vast majority of americans, seven out of ten, they agree on something fundmental. they agree our country is on the wrong path. we have a chance to start solving our country's problems. we have a chance to save this country from decline and sit it on the right path. a path with hope and determination and core principles that set america apart. you know, in elections, we don't just decide who our leaders will be. we get to choose what kind of country we will have for years to come. and the kind of america is confident and determined and our
allies trust and our enemies fear the kind of america we want. it is a land of opportunity and driven by the individual spirit. you don't just live your life, you lead your life. you don't just get by, you get ahead and make most of your potential. the america we want is a place where work issy rewarded and success is earned and in the america we want, government exists to serve the people and instead of lecturing us, our leaders listen to us. and offer positive solutions to tackle our problem and sometimeses,sometimes we put all of those ideas on paper and we put them on a website named better.g.o.p. i am told it is better.gop. this is the america we want. this is our party's vision for
america. what vision do hillary clinton and her party offer the people? they want what america that doesn't stand out. they want an america that is ordinary. there is a gloom and grayness to things. and in the america they want, the driving force is the state. and a place where government is taken away from the people and we are ruled by our betters and a democracy that replaces original thinking and a place where the government twists the law and constitution itself to suit its purposes. and stuff of life extinguishedded. that's what hillary clinton wants and given control of washington, if given control of congress, it is the kind of
america she will stop at nothing to have. the america they want is remade in liberal progressiveness. that needs no introduction here in madison, right? it's imported from socialist and got its start in wisconsin. we are ten minutes down the road from the high school where i used to play. a century ago fighting bob, we call canned him, he was part of the movement to address grievances of the people. busting trust and ending patronages. and reform with good intentions, but their theory is if we enlarge the state. and if we stuff the bureaucracy who will decide what is best we would be better off. and many in its time the idea had its appeal.
it made little sense on's nation founded on the distrust of power. this was pulled back in its collective roots to central planning and organization. our betters became obsessed with government. and picking winner are and losers. well, the last eight years has been one long liberal experiment. time and again, we are told if we just spend more money and create more programs to live under and more rules to live by and put one more wing on the government, this will solve our problems. yet after all of that, we feel less safe and secure. and less free and pres perous. and as government grows more unaccountable and unresponsive there is lesses faith and trust. and that is because liberal
progressivism does not work. it is the largest con. it preaches and striving in the free society. and perhaps it should come as no surprise we for the weakness economic recovery since the great depression. people are working longer hours for less and we are somehow to accept it as the new normal? just look at yourselves. all of the work you put in to get a high quality education here in madison and strike it on your own, and it is tough as it has been to find a good decent paying job to help you start to tackle your debt and get you on the right path. >> paul ryan speaking to college republicans in madison, wisconsin. we had some indication that he might be talking about his relations with the trump campaign, but receiving the text of the speech which is underway,
he will not be touching that. we'll get back to daniel and christopher from the daily call canner, news foundation. christopher, what about it? two candidates who have negative ratings from the american people and both of them embroiled in scandals right now. and trump is getting all of the coverage, why? >> if you look at it. the wiki leak thing, the conspiracy therorrist are right. reporters in the mainstream people are coordinating closely with the campaign. they are coordinateing who is tweeting what. we have debate moderators e-mailing did you see how hard i was in donald trump. it is rigged against biden and sander and the republicans. we saw it with the speech with paul ryan. repeating a speech he could have given when he ran for
vice-president and will not get air because press decide republicans are evil and we'll put hillary in the white house. >> daniel, in terms of the press attention to the two candidate and issues right now, why does it seem to favor hillary clinton? >> i think one candidate is accused of sexual harrassment and worse. and the other isn't. and so obviously that's what people tend to be more interested in. both are getting press and people are interested in what wiki leaks has uncovered and we are seeing in john podesta's e-mails. sex sells better. and rigging of the press and those sorts of things. >> the answer from the clinton campaign seems to be, well, there is not a denial of the content of the e-mail.
wiki leaks got these from the russians and the russians are trying to tamper with the american elections. will that defense work? >> it might, not so much the allegations won't really stick to hillary clinton. even though it is it a smoking gun. we saw an e-mail showed podesta to win the muslim label on barrack obama. and they are not doing that. and one website, that the only coverage of the entire thing is john podesta'sro sotto recipe. >> daniel, trump in every speech, said the media are against him and piling on and that's another thing that his voters and supporters seem to love. will that put him over the top. >> it is enough to excite his base and he is right.
there is proof of this and he can make the argument convincingly. the question is can you grow your voter base. it is not resonating as well. the people who buy into it surely are excited and find it right and interesting, but he needs to talk to other people he's not getting yet and that is a struggle for the next couple of weeks as we go to election day. can he reach enough undecided and planning not to vote or vote for a third party in order to pull this off. that's the struggle and where he is be placing his attention. >> he has three and half weeks to put that in practice. daniel and christopher, thank you both. >> thank you. >> we'll bring in our chief washington correspondent james rosen. as we kept our eye on paul ryan
speaking, james, we reported that paul ryan would not defend trump's comments or campaign with trump. but it sounded like a speech about republican principles, what struck you about it. >> reporter: we saw the house speaker in those remarks to college, trying to pull off a delegate maneuver. ryan is facing blow back even from law makers who felt that ryan miscalculated when he withdrew his support of trump in that conference call on monday, because it came one day after trump turned in a strong debate performance and what ryan is doing, is tacking back to strong criticism of hillary clinton and the democratic agenda and trying to assert to his own flock and public at large, when he held up
the pamplet of better.gop. he was asserting control over the policy agenda and in essence saying that donald trump is not the face of the gop. here is the face of the gop. it was a delicate maneuver. he did want to try to appease supporters of donald trump and others in the gop conference. >> and make sure they can retain control of the house. james rosen, thank you so much for following that for us. >> so as allegations of sexual misconduct stack up. donald trump is taking on the media outlets reporting those allegations and we look at whether trump has a lejet mate beef. >> the most powerful weapon deployed by the the clinton system the corporate media, the
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>> welcome back. as more women come forward with allegations of sexual assault at the hands of donald trump the republican nom 92 denouncing the accusers, clinton team and news outlets that are are reporting it all. >> now we address the slander and libels that was just last night thrown at me by the
clinton machine and the new york times. these vicious claims about me of inappropriate contact with woman are totally and absolutely false. >> howard kurtz is host of media buzz. he called it character assassination. does that ring true to you. >> it is legitimate for news outlet. in past years they were the victims of sexual misconduct by donald trump and confided it. it is so relentless and overshadowed the story of hillary clinton it seems to me it taken the campaign in a tabloid phase. all. issues of jobs and tax and terrorism and care are blown off of the screen. >> who would will have thought
this would have turned to allegations of sexual misconduct whether donald trump or bill clinton instead of the issues at hand. the washington post is report aring that there is another woman we'll be hearing from now. gloria alred has some other woman allegedly. but some of the other women admitted to being hillary clinton supporters. how do you square this thing? >> i don't want to question the motivation. and why are they coming out for the final week of the election? that is a fair question? one of them told cnn, when she was groped on the plane three decades ago and she watched the access hollywood and the second debit and locker room talk.
that yes, he gropes women at will because he is a celebrity and they felt compelled to come forward. but on the other hand maybe they are not telling the truth. but there is a lot of them right now. and the media, and folks in the media do not like donald trump are are receptive to covering this. it is good for ratings in the way details of who said what about catholics or latinos in the hillary clinton hacked e-mails, but that is important story. >> you look at the front page of the new york time and a lot of it about donald trump and the scandal if you want to call it and not a word about wiki leaks. >> and that is true in many website and true of much of the hours on cable television. and obviously covered to a degree but over shadowed. but donald trump with these
counter attack and not just saying it is it a lie and criticizing the women and former people magazine writer who was kissed when she was interviewing trump and melania. but trying to tie the corrupt media to the clinton campaign. and you know, claiming himself as a victim here. he is keeping the story line going. and say i will not talk about it but i am denying. maybe it works well for the base, but that is providing fuel for the ongoing coverage here. >> it is it a continuing story and we'll cover that and wiki leaks, fair and balanced, youard as we close in on the third and final debate on with donald trump and hillary clinton. we'll be watching. have a great weekend.
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major republican donors want the rnc to distance itself from donald trump. that he could damage the party image. and trump's lead over clinton getting narrower in the running mate's state indiana to four points and democrats try to regain control of the senate. a fox news poll show more plan to vote for democratic candidates in their district. we'll bring in a radio talk show host based in l.a. what about p it, mark? is donald trump hurting the party brand? >> the party is hurting their own brand and hurt it a year and half ago when they didn't dig deep enough on concerns for trump. you can make a case that the
fleeing gop senators who fled last friday with the infamous video, couple of them that they would vote for trump anyway. and they establish what is donald trump's key issues that it is all about the establishment playing it as usual. they reenforce the message. the question is if trump can stay on that message. but it doesn't take away from the fact that it is not helping to make the case. the party is fracturing itself and he aided that. but that was part of his allure in the outset in the primaries. >> ethan, why is the party is fractureing, if you agree with that? >> i do agree with that. the gop's future is in major question. if i am paul ryan, i wonder how i can salvaging the house of representative and the senate in the face of what donald trump is doing to the party.
you can see the polls, people are fleeing from donald trump as they would have a hurricane as they should. >> but he's down, ethan, what 4 or five points nationally polls to hillary clinton. >> yeah, look, suburb an moms is where he's getting crushed because he in his own words sexually abused women and trying to normalize that with his defense of what he had's doing and attacking women. >> you sound like a hillary surrogate. >> it is simple. that's what changed my vote. this has made me a single issue voter where i am concerned about every single girl i have talked to. >> oh, please. >> they share with me stories of people grabbing and groping them and guys like you, mark, are normalizing it.
>> that is absurd. that is absurd. that is absurd. you are watching too much television. it is amazing how good the left and democrats, clinton machine are very good making the story what it is. just the parade of wiki leaks. pick a dozen randomly and thinking of what bill clinton is responsible for and hillary clinton is responsible for and the idea and this notion that somehow will bill is not on the ballet. he ran as a two- fer in the '90 and if you think he will be upstairs asking hillary honey, how did your day go today, that will not happen. this is an issue. and they are are doing a great job deflecting it aided by the media as well. we have got potentially
a shooting war with iran involved off of yemen and all of these thing and places that the obama administration and hillary clinton because she is running as an extension of the policy. rubio was right when he talked about every place she touched is not doing so well. i don't understand upon how because of this issue. no way to defend trump's comments in the video, but there are bigger fish to fry in this election and how you can do that as a republican and vote for hillary in instead. wow, you need to read and dig into the facts and start with wiki leaks. >> some backed away and now are back in the fold. it will be an interesting three and half weeks to the election. thank you, both. >> and the fbi developing a national database. and clashes between the police
and public. attorney general lynch said it is an important step in filling the information void. >> if you don't have a sense of the numbers of the types of interaction and what we are talking about, it's very, very hard to prescribe the problem and find a solution for it. >> how would this thing work. garrett teny has more. explain. >> reporter: this is part of the obama's efforts to reform the justice system and hold police accountable. they are collect being data on the use of force. at first, this pilot program will collect data from federal agencies such as the fbi and dea. and the hope is that it will include state and local law enforcement departments as well. and in the meantime, the justice department is collecting data
from local and state police of numbers of individuals who die in custody. loretta lynch announced the plan and said the justice department is asking police officials to voluntarily report other data on non- of lethal encounters as well. >> nonlethal use of force, there is no statute requiring the collection of the data. we spend a lot of time in the fbi working with local law enforce sxment tribal law enforcement to come can up with national consistent standards. >> reporter: right now, it is up to the police departments to decide what they report beyond those who die in custody. and this doesn't lay out consequences for failure to doing that. a group of 96 organizations head by the aclu writes the financial
penalty is critical. as voluntarily policing encounters have failed. the federal government awards 4 billion in such grants annually and every grant should be conditioned on providing data. and the angle here, heather and the hope with this new program by collecting better data with the communities, and officials in washington can identify problem and find ways to fix. it would require a lot of work for the local police departments that are stretched thin and don't have funds to do these things. >> and washington and solutions. some folks would think that is an oxymoron. thank you. the u.s. is getting directly involveded in yemen after an american destroyer comes under fire. tensions escalate as iran sends war ships to yemen.
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killed. nine other officers were treated in the hospital for minor jors. >> new blood shed in syria as more air strikes hit a leppo. they are keeping up their assault. the military campaign has killed dozens of people, many of them children. and we are getting word of another heart breaking event taking place. this image a four-year-old girl pulled from the rubble and her condition is not known. tens of thousands of civilians are living under siege and jon, we cannot imagine what it is like to be in that situation with those children. in the meantime assad vowed to recanture that city.
>> a navy war ship on iranian backed rebels trying to take control of the country. military actions causing concern. >> yeah, that military a lot of people in the past hour, the u.s. entering a proxy war with teheran which could have a lot more serious implications in the middle east. conner powell is live for us in jerusalem. conner, good afternoon? >> reporter: heather tensions are rising off of the coast of yemen. the uss mason came under fire from territory controlled by the how did houdi rebels. they have denied the attacks on the uss mason. but the pentagon is holding them responsible and firing missile with radar guided equipment they control. and limited strikes were
conducted to protect u.s. personnel and coping the shipping lanes off of the coast of yemen open. they argue this doesn't mean that the u.s. will get engaged more than what they are. the u.s. is playing a role in the war in yemen. the u.s. is providing logistical and air support to the saudi arabia. the saudis have battled the houdi's through the area. and the saudi war has not made progress in defeating them. the worry thee ran is sending and taking out the radar dpoudance system and sending multiple ships to the system. two iranian ships are headed there. and russian and chinese ship there.
and so you have a lot of the countries increasing tension between the country and it is a recipe, heather, that has people concerned that tensions will lead to more violence and a greater role in conflict there. >> even though it is going on sometime, it escalateed in the past few days. connor, thank you. the archives from the 37th president has new digs. richard nixon's presidential library in california about to open its doors once again after a big renovation. and a scary moment in a rhode island airport. a plane ends up, jon, don't look as a pilot, the plane ended up off of the runway and on its side. >> oh, my god. this is amazing. >> i never seen anything like this in my life. [ clock ticking ]
[ laughing ] not the other way around. [ clock ticking ] bad day for a couple pilots. a plane in rode island comes to rest off of the run way. going from pennsylvania to rhode island ended up on it's side. all six people escaped injury. workers are trying to figure out if a mechanical issue had something to do with this crash landing. >> i'm thinking of our shark story, not this one, but some people might think this is the case. richard nixon library and museum now looks like a million bucks, $15 million to be exact. there was a very expensive
renovation and now it is ready to reopen to the public. it is in california, william, hi, what do they have there? >> it is meant to accomplish three things, treat watergate honesty and with historical accuracies. and realize that one moment or mistake does not define his 50 year career in the political arena. number one, of course he ended the vietnam war, he brought the p.o.w.s home. he traded the epa, he signed the clean water act, he created osha, he lowered the voting age to 18, and he ended the military draft, also of course you have the space program. here every apollo landing happened in his administration. they also want to make it more
contemporary and interactive. you can touch a screen, pick a topic, and listen to what he had to say on that given topic. the audio comes from the white house taping system, the same system that brought his resignation to watergate. then we have no foreign affairs. you can touch and see where he went. this is a week that changed the world. he had a secret mission, and nixon at the great wall of china. you see him up here, and finally over here you will see the famous handshake that basically changed the course of history. we spoke earlier to his
grandson. it is very fun, the remodel has done many things to make it more interesting. >> what a fun assignment. thank you so much. >> some incredible video, this is what heather has been waiting for. a great white breaks into a cage with a diver inside. you can see the shark smashing through the metal rails. experts say they think it lunged at bait tied to a roach, got confused, and they -- they don't have bones, they can squeeze through just about anything, luckily the differ can swim out of the cage a little shaken.
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i have never seen anything like that. >> get that kid in gymnastics school right now. >> have a great weekend, great to be back here with you. >> you have a great weekend as well. thank you for joining us, america's election headquarters starts right now. wikileaks releasing a fresh batch of e-mails from the clinton controversy. donald trump about to have a press conference including efforts to get the white house help hide some e-mails by claiming executive privilege. ed henry is live in washington, some very dramatic developments on the e-mails that may tie president into all of this. what is the latest on that while i remind erin that he has always maintained publicly that he didn't know she was keeping that private server.