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eastern from las vegas as well. thanks for watching tonight. i'm bret baier in for bill o'reilly who will be back on monday. se remember, as he says, the spin stops here because we're looking out for you. breaking tonight, five days until the final debate and donald trump trading fire with his accusers after two more women come forward with bombshell allegations. welcome to the "the kelly file." i'm megyn kegly. kristen anderson is the latest to join a chorus of women who have gone public after donald trump denied making unwanted advances on women. each of the two told her story today with alexanderson talking to the ""washington post." >> the person on my right who unbeknownst to my at that time was donald trump put their hands up my skirt. he did touch my vagina through
my murunderwear absolutely. as i pushed the and away, i got up, turned around,' i see these eyebro eyebrows, very distinct eyebrows of donald trump. and i got up and moved and i continued to talk with my friends. and they had said, oerh, that's donald trump. i was like ew, he's gross. he just put his hand up my skirt, that's not okay. we brushed it off and moved on. >> the story from summer is more recent. it involves a 2007 meetup with mr. trump. she described the as length alongside gloria allred today. here is some of what she said. >> i met mr. trump when i was a candidate on the "the apprent e apprentice" in season five. i continued to see him as a
possible mentor and potential employer. in 2007 i was going to be in new york for social obligations. i contacted mr. trump's office to see if he was available for lunch. i was informed that he could not have lunch, but that he would like to meet me in his office. when i arrived he tokissed me o the lips. i thought it was a greeting. he sat and spoke. he was extremely complimentary. he said he would love to have me work for him. mr. trump said he would be coming to los angeles soon and he would contact me. he then called again days later to let me know he was coming to los angeles. he again called me after he had just landed in los angeles. he asked me to meet him that evening at the beverly hills hotel and asked me where i would like to have dinner. when i arrived his security guards greeted me at the hotel. he walked with me to greet mr.
trump. i assumed we were going to a restaurant in the hotel. instead i was taken to a bungalow. the security guard opened the door and i went in. i was stand in the entryway. to my left was a bedroom and i saw mr. trump's clothes on the bed. i did not see him but he greeted me with hello in a voice that sounded like hello. i waited for 15 minutes until mr. trump emerged. i stood up, and he came to me and started kissing me open mouth as he was pulling me towards him. i walked away and i sat down in a chair. he was on the left across from me and i made an attempt at conversation. he then asked me to sit next to him. i complied. he then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again very aggressively and placed his hand
on my breast. i pulled back and walked to another part of the room. he then walked up, grabbed my hand and walked me into the bedroom. i walked out. he then turned me around and said, let's lay down and watch on tele. he put me in an embrace and i tried to push him away. i pushed his chest to put space between us and i said come on, man, get real. he repeated my words back to me. get real, as he began dressing his genitals. he tried to kiss me again and i said dude you're tripping right now. attempting to make it clear i was not interested. he said, what do you want? and i said i came to have dinner. he said, okay. we'll have dinner. he paced around the room, acted like he was angry. dinner was delivered to the bungalow. when dinner arrived he asked me to wait in a small room.
i felt that he did not want the waiter to see me. after the table was set, he beckoned me to come out. we shared a club sandwich. the conversation then focused on the fact that i had a mortgage on my home which i told him was in good standing. he then abruptly said he was tired and that he needed to go to bed and ended the conversation. >> well, this makes eight women now who claim that donald trump harassed them. seven of them coming forward since trump defended his behavior at the presidential debate just five days ago claiming he never had groped women. now for the second day in a row the presidential candidate is offering an emphatic denial of the charges. >> as you have seen, right now i am being viciously attacked with lies and smears. it's a phony deal. i have no idea who these women are. these are lies being pushed by
the media and the clinton campaign to try and keep their grip on our country. they are all false. they're totally invented. fiction. >> joining me now, david wool attorney and donald trump supporter and julie. good to see you both. david, you and i are both lawyers. you still practice law. i don't. >> but you still know your stuff megyn. >> the problem is we don't know whether this is true and donald trump is being accused and tried in the court of public opinion. and we can't really get -- we can't know what the truth is. there's not going to be a judge or a jury to resolve this before november 8th. but if what these reason say is true, then we're not just dealing with a flawed presidential candidate, we're dealing with a sexual predator. how are the american people to make sense of that in the next
three and a half weeks. >> well i would never stipulate that what they're saying is true, megyn. ms. anderson, for example, this happened she says 24 years ago. she said it may have been at the china club. she's not sure exactly if it was there or somewhere else. she says she doesn't remember who she was with. there were no witnesses. something that traumatic which is what she describes, felony penetration -- >> she didn't say penetration. >> it's a battery. she would remember who he was with with and what club. >> you don't know that. >> ms. zervos, she was reading from a script. hard to see there's a lot of credibility when she reads from the script. >> because he was nervous and wanted to get it right. the stakes are very high. >> couple that with the wikileaks today of communications between the democratic national committee. >> we're going to get to that.
>> that's fine. it's hard to imagine much credibility. i've been representing people for 27 years who have been charged falsely with allegations like that. you would be stunned with the frequency of which people are charged with embellishments, completely false allegations, half truths, cases are dismissed, cased never filed. it is shocking. >> that is true. women do make false claims. we've seen that over and over again. we look at the duke rape case. the thing, what happened at uva. they can go a lot further than these women have gone in the claims. but donald trump was the one who first told us he does this to women, grab them by -- right. he's the one who said it. and just kiss them without asking and now one by one these women have come forward from decades ago, every decade is covered of his adulthood saying me too, me too, me too in great detail. and if this is an orchestrated smear, it's one hell of an orchestrated smear.
>> yes. let's put aside this may oar may not be true. what's astonishing me to me is these women are coming out now, let's stipulate that it is an orchestrated smear. what's interesting to me is donald trump's reaction today to those allegations. he is saying these women are not hot enough. >> we have that sound. let's play it for the audience so they know what we're talking about. >> take a look. take a look. look at her, look at her words. you tell me what you think. i don't think so. when you look at that horrible woman last night you said, i don't think so. i don't think so. i was sitting with him on an airplane and he went after me on the plane. yeah, i'm going to go after you. believe me. she would not be my first choice, that i can tell you. >> go ahead, julie. >> as i said, let's put aside the allegations and just take him at his word.
do you have to be a super model to be sexually harassed or assaulted, is that where we are that donald trump is saying unless you're claudia shiver or somebody of that level that women would never get assaulted by anybody because they're suchly not hot enough to be assaulted. that is where women have frutroe relating to what he's saying. his words are so damning, so offensive, so viscerally insulting that there's not much else to say about these allegations other than he dug his own hole deeper and deeper today by making the comments he made. >> why is he talking about the looks of the women involved, david? >> well, when you hit mr. trump with a lie, with a slanderous li liblous allegation, he's going to hit back. compare what she said about what he did to what he said to her. there's no real comparison.
yes, it was a teenage remark. i wouldn't counsel him to talk like that. but that is who he is. he will hit you back twice as hard when you hipt him with a nontruth allegation. that is his position. all bets are off. >> does it give you any pause. as u said at the top, we don't know which is true. one of these two things is true. he has been unfairly accused or he is a predator. does it concern you at all that option two is still in play? >> no because i've met him. i know this man. i've talked to him. i've seen him interact with children. he's a wonderful good man. you know everybody have skeletons in his closet. i'm not finding it. and the character of someone who does this is not donald trump's character. >> may i say something about this? i grew up in the 1980s with dr. cliff huxtable, the beloved dad of america, look at where bill kcosby is with his allegations.
you knowing somebody man to man is not what you experience. secondly, let me just make another point. the other point i want to make is listen, insulting a woman's looks, we're not 12 years old. i've been insulted, i'm sure you've been insulted megyn. insulting our looks is not something that's going to make us curl up in a ball and make us cry. that's a damn bad defense i have to say. what is that other than a schoolyard taunt that doesn't work on adult women. that's ridiculous. >> listen, you have to keep in mind that he has no time to defend himself. he's out there trying to run a presidential campaign and has been placed in an impossible situation. who placed him there? was it him and his own behavior or somebody snels. >> megyn, the good news is on wednesday chris wallace is going to be a legitimate debate moderator. i can't wait. >> looking forward to it. thank you both. couple of days ago in a fiery column on fox news.com a
young woman defended donald trump declaring herself an unabashed fan of the republican nominee. she wrote strangers and friends alike have wondered how a hailey educated chinese woman could support a man wide we racist. i like the and kate and what he stands for. i reject the character by the mainstream media and his opponents. with me now, ying ma. thank you for being here. >> great to have with you as well. >> i think a lot of women out there are saying how could any woman support him at this point when you see the number women coming forward accusing him. we'll start there and ask you that. >> sure. well megyn, i think the allegations of sexual assault are very serious, they're very disturbing at this point. i know as much as you know, which is what we hear and see in the press. and mr. trump obviously has
denied all charges categorically. so we simply don't know exactly what went on. obviously i don't deny that they are very disturbing allegations, but i support donald trump. and when i wrote that column i listed automatll the reasons wh support him. there are serious issues that the country faces, we've got a lot of challenges and i believe he is the man -- >> explain that. you wrote this before the sexual assault allegations were coming out. >> indeed. >> you still said this is not a deal breaker for me. explain why. >> sure. let me start with all of the controversial stuff he's said and done. i think from my point of view just because, just because somebody said controversial things doesn't disqualify him. the left has suffocated 0 public debate for a long time. you're allowed to say certain things about women, about
minorities, religious groups and nobody can have a honest conversation any more. and i think one of the reasons that donald trump resonated with so many americans is he's considered to be an authentic person willing to tell the truth. a lot of times he says things that are very different from what other politicians would say but the american people understand he's speaking from the heart. that's one of the reasons why he has tremendous appeal. and so one of the main reasons i like him is he's politically corre incorrect. just because i'm a woman does not mean i need the left to coddle me the way it preaches. >> if ten more women cam forward between now and november 8, would it change your view of him in. >> these are serious allegations, i don't deny that at all. but let me also say that -- let me also say that even though the media has covered this so much,
wall-to-wall coverage in the last few days. i don't remember cnn, abc, nbc ever interviewing any of the victims who alleged that bill clinton assaulted them. i don't remember abc interviewing juanita broaddrick. >> some says they were asked and refused. what is the name of your book? it sounded very interesting? >> the name of the book is "chinese girl in the getto" and it talks about my family's journey to china to oakland, california. >> i have to run. we have a tight show tonight. thank you. we have a new bombshell from wikileaks tonight involving the clinton campaign and its questions about president obama, his faith and drug use. have you heard about this? new revelations of an alleged leak of debate
questions. we'll devil into the question of how a question ended up in the hands of donna brazil who was advising the democrats. plus donald trump today called out a mexican billionaire accusing him of orchestrating the media attacks against him. chris stirewalt and howie kurtz are next on that. don't go away. >> reporters at the "the new york times" they're not journalists. they're corporate lobby cysts for carlos slim and hillary clinton. we are not going to let it happen where they decide the outcome of our elections. it's endless shrimp at red lobster. with another new flavor you never saw coming... grilled, glazed korean bbq shrimp. and try as much as you want of flavors like new parmesan peppercorn shrimp.
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breaking tonight, new reaction as donald trump takes criticism to the media to a whole new level claiming to be the victim of a conspiracy of a mexican billionaire, hillary clinton and the "the new york times." watch. >> no paper is more corrupt than the failing "the new york times." the largest share hold near the times is carlos slim. carlos slim comes from mexico. he's given many millions of dollars to the clintons and their initiatives. reporters a the the "the new york times," they're not journalists. thap ear corporate lobbyists for carlos slim and hillary clinton. we with are not going to let it happen where they decide the outcome of our elections.
>> and it's not just the "the new york times" feeling the heat. the crowd at some trump rallies have begun yelling at report es, even more so than normal. police in one city had to monitor the press motorcade after hearing chants like this. >> they are so dishonest -- [ crowd chanting ]. >> they're chanting "cnn sucks." i mean, listen, they've been coming after the media you know from team trump for months now. it does seem to be reaching a fever pitch, though, chris. >> and now there's a mexican, too. so you've got it all. i don't know why you would need -- if there was a conspiracy, let's say there was a conspiracy that as trump says, bankers, a global elite, this mexican billionaire and hillary
clinton are all part of this to defeat donald trump. why is he helping them so much. why does he help them every day. why does he go on the campaign trail and say the women that accuse him of sexual assault were too ugly. why does he go on the campaign trail and make, in an aside when he's defending himself, does he stop and say by the way, i don't think that hillary clinton is attractive. it doesn't take a conspiracy to defeat somebody who is defeating himself every day. i do not understand it. >> by the way, do we have that sound bite on hillary? we had that cued up just a bit ago. do you guys have that? we're going to get it. howie, it's to the points now where that tl are swats ka signs showing up about the press at the tremp rallies. the committee to protect journalists has condemned trump saying this is too far. i get it, the media we're easy to hate but there is a first amendment a and what we do is important. >> trump is whipping up a lot of
sentiment among his base of the media. it is fair for donald trump to question whether this is media overkill. there is no other campaign story right now. but there's zero evidence that carlos has anything to do with the decisions a the "the new york times." >> doesn't seem to matter anymore. >> excuse me? >> that doesn't seem to matter. this is the year you can say anything. >> but i'm trying to provide a reality check here. and the fact that these women, we don't know whether they're telling the truth or not. as you said earlier. but they're going on the record, risking their reputations. and for trump to be denouncing the media as spart of a smear campaign, what it does is it really pleases his base but i don't know where it's adding more votes to his column. >> here's the sound bite we were referencing earlier. >> i'm standing at my podium and he walks in front of me, right? when he walked in front of me, believe me, i wasn't impressed.
>> don't do it. >> constantly. he called carry fiorina unattractive and he tried to fix it by saying she's beautiful. just stop commenting on her looks. >> and the other thing is it's not inexplicable -- whether you think the allegations are true, whether you think they're false, if you think the press is rigged, quit helping the rigged press. if that's what you believe that it's a conspiracy against you, it is not helping. >> cnn is going wall to wall on the trump al gaugss. they're going wall to wall. every single person is getting half an hour uninterrupted. it's a little discomforting. these women deserve to have their say and this is a real story. this is a real story. but fact checking it in 12 hours time has posed some challenges. let's move on. howie, i defended donna brazil and defended cnn saying i cannot imagine cnn ever sharing a debate question, a town hall
question with the candidate prior to a debate. it certainly looks like that did happen now because now we've seen an e-mail that shows the exact question that roland martin asked hillary clinton at the town hall. the exact one was shared with donna brazil before he asked it. >> you know, donna brazil told me she was flabbergasted by the allegation but she couldn't explain why in her own e-mail to the clinton campaign she said i sometimes get the questions in advance. cnn didn't give mer the questions, roland martin was partnering in the town hall. obviously did give this to cnn. cnn isn't defending this. jack tapper says it's horrifying and unethical and looks bad for everyone and it really underscores the rick of having one of your premier contributors somebody who is the number two official in the democratic party. to do that and give the questions in advance is a strain on cnn which would never want this to happen. >> here's jack tapper to your
point. listen. >> my understanding is there has been -- that the e-mail to donna came from either roland martin or someone around roland martin. it's horrifying to have us partner with that person and then they do something completely unethical and share it with donna brazil who then shares wit the clinton campaign. i could in so uncertain terms. it's awful. >> chris, i'll give you the last word. >> i have no idea how chris wallace is going to vote in the election. i've known you for years and i have no idea how you're going to vote in the election. i don't know how bret baier votes in the election. that's why it's good to have journalists and not partisans running the debate. >> the rnc tried to force news organizations to allow republican pundit to join the team and we were one of the only news organization to refuse.
it's fraught with peril as this proves. good to see you both. >> you bet. what happens if donald trump shows up to the final debate with kind of fire we have seen on the trail in the past two days? mark mckinnon and larry sabato have thought ons that next. wee ki lex released hacked e-mail about the clinton campaign and its connection to ugly questions about barack obama, his faith and his drug use next. >> well it beats me because >> well it beats me because there's not one shred of truth
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five day to the final debate and the clinton campaign has now had to deal with more on a week of embarrassing daily revelations thanks to wikileaks. today saw several more including a 2008 e-mail about possible ways to attack then senator obama including his past drug use and his late father's muslim faith. her's the exact wording of some of the topics, including obamas, note the emphasis on pronunciation, father was a
muslim and obama grow group up among muslims. here they're considering whether he would be hit on this. and quote obama described his former use of cocaine as using a little blow. after today learning that the clinton camp was floating his ideas eight years ago we went back to see what happened. what happened when mrs. clinton was asked about those nasty rumors about president obama, then senator obama's faith. here she is on "meet the press". >> we've seen clinton surrogates trying to implant the false idea that mr. obama might be a muslim and perhaps a drug dealer to boot. what is this all about? >> beats me. there's not one shred of truth in what you just read and i regret that because obviously a lot of people have been giving information or impression that is absolutely false. >> wherever could they have gotten that impression from? joining me now, karl hig by, a spokesman for the great american pack and richard fowler.
wow. where, karl, where could they have gotten the impression that he might be a muslim or might be a drug dealer? oh, wait, paul ba galley is already testing it. >> this is an increased narrative we're seeing come out of the hillary clinton campaign. you've seen needy latinos, the muslim faith. they're attacking donald trump for being a racist and a bigot. you see the inner workings of the clinton campaign. surprise surprise. not only is she flip flopping once again but we're seeing the same stuff that she's criticizing others for. >> some say about donald trump is his biggest flaw is he shows you all of his flaws. he's oip abo east open about hi. these wikileaks are showing us a different kind of character in the people she surrounds herself with. they're talking about testing how it's going to play that his dad was muslim and he was raised in a muslim country and then
she's out there like, it's horrible. >> well here's the thing, megyn. politics is a blood sport. so in any tough primary you're going to have opposition research. i've done opposition research before. i have had friends who do them. you do these binders and test messaging just in case you need to go there. it's a break in case of emergency. sometimes candidates break it. sometimes they don't. when they break it we talk about it. in 2012 newt gingrich ran all of these crazy ads about mitt romney. a lot of us true. that came from a research file where they tested the messages and they tested it out and broke it and used it. this happens all of the time in campaigns. does it speak to hillary clinton's integrity? no. >> but the sound bite we just played puts the lie to her behavior. and what we've seen is she admits she has to say one thing
publicly and another thing privately, that he chooses to. what she's said privately is to dismiss democratic supporters as needy latinos and her team has vicious attacks on candidates. we all know that they considered going after bernie sanders for his faith and now she's thinking about going after barack obama for his faith in 2008. karl, you could pardon the american public for not giving her the high ground. >> absolutely. she is criticizing trump for far less pen you see this, at what point does the american public say hillary clinton is a liar and i don't want to vote for her. this is what people are voting against. they're tired of people flip flopping, doing one thing behind closed doors, one thing publicly and then accomplishing nothing after they're elected. >> this is what paul begala says who is on the e-mail. hi's now a cnn contributor. he writes every campaign and every pact tests political negatives, potential negatives
against the candidate they support. that's all this was. this is about what was going to happen in the general election. in other words they're trying to put it on whoever ran against obama was going to have to hit obama so we need to figure out what the vulnerabilities are. >> that's exactly it. what hillary clinton is doing is what every campaign does. what donald trump is doing is unconventional and straight out weird. he's attacked women, attacked african-americans, attacked latinos openly, publicly, unapologetically, not for political poll testing just because he thinks it's a good idea. that's why these two things are different. i'm not saying he's right. >> her people have attacked la tee nos, the needy ones and muslims. >> but that's not hillary clinton. >> she's does it privately. >> it's what she's campaigning on donald trump being so bad about but she's doing it herself. >> he's doing it openly in public. >> got to go.
good the see you both. well with five days to the first ever fox news moderated presidential debate, there are growing suggestions it could be the most dramatic showdown of the entire year. i mean what is going to happen at this thing? mark mckinnon has seen a lot of these, so has larry sabato. they're here next live. >> double down and stay on offense all night. >> show he's still many the ring' he can still swing. >> i think he survives. i think he survives. he can't win the presidency with 40% or 41% of the country. people who love him would have now that karen's taking osteo bi-flex, she's noticing a real difference in her joint comfort... "she's single." ...and high levels of humiliation in her daughter. in just 7 days, your joint comfort can be your kid's discomfort. osteo bi-flex. made to move.
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election day. we checked in with our friends at show time's "the circus" for an inside look another what the debates looks like after the candidates left the stage. here's what "the circus" found in the spin room last week. >> it was different from last time because the first debate he really was getting husband feet wet and he made a promise to go after her record this time and he did. >> he came and he failed. >> [ bleep ] lock down tonight. quintessential trump. he was excellent. >> came out strong and was fair and strong. probably too nice the first time, she took the gloves off and it's backfired in the last two debates. >> i think it with us aggressive in a way that was trying to motivate in the last 48 hours. >> if the tape doesn't come out
on friday and trump had come in prepared like that, good moments, much more presentation, i think he would have left here with some momentum. but the tape is still out there. still an issue. >> look, he doubled down and he's staying on offense the whole night rmts wanted to show he's still in the ring open he can still swing. >> i think he survives. i think he survives but you can't win the presidency with 40% or 41% of the country. people who love him would have loved this debate performance but did it gain him a single vote? >> joining me now, mark mckinnon. and dr. larry sabato. it's so riveting to see those clips. do you think the tape just wiped out everything we saw at that debate? >> it on secured everything and it on secured a lot of the bad information that was leaking on
hillary clinton. it just blocked out the sun. blocked out everything. >> larry, does the polling support that in. >> yeah, essentially. real events make a difference in these polls. most people have made up their mind but basically you enthuse your party pace or you depress it. i think it's obvious who is depressed. >> mark, you actually have been on the presidential campaigns. what would you say at this point if you were on the trump campaign? what would you be telling the candidate? >> well i would have told him a different strategy in the last debate but now that he's gone this direction, the clear strategy that he's imploring is to burn the boats. like the vikings when they go invade, they burn the boats so you can't invade. his approach is to blow up everything in sight and hope that he survives. >> or do you feel like he has no other options. >> in the next debate if she
goes low, we go lower. she's got to paddle very carefully. >> she's trying to stay above of it all chblt hey's what i would counsel both of them. this has been so negative. i remember ohio in 2004. it was so negative. this issant opportunity for either one of them to go real high. i mean to really just brush this away and really support a powerful reagan like message. >> you're so cute. you thought 2004 was negative. isn't he adorable? larry, the polling shows that whatever -- whoever trump appealed to at that last debate it was not the core group of women to whom he needs to appeal if he wants to improve his numbers before november 8. the women are just not with him. >> women aren't with him. a surprising number of suburban republicans are holding out, millennials he' dead last really when you look at clinton and gary johnson. he's got a lot of work to do just about everywhere.
open every time i look at the polling averages clinton is moving up a fraction of a point. and it adds up over time with 24 days to go. >> what do you make of all of that -- trump, crowd sizes are amazing. they're huge and she's got like four people at hers. >> well, if you're asking me about crowd sizes ki give you plen of of anecdotes of losing candidates who told me they were going to win because despite the polls they had huge crowds. crowds are great, you know. they're full of people who help you and go out and volunteer and all of the rest of it. but we're talking about an electorate of 135 million. suddenly those crowds don't seem very large, do they? >> i remember seeing it with mitt romney, too. it was amazing. >> what she lacks in enthusiasm, she's got a big ground game investing a lot in the turnout. and last report donald trump spent $400,000 in statewide
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not just you and me, but the people in my control room and the people in this room and the people in your live room at home. we're glad you trust us in this moments and times like this. good night, everybody. and welcome to "hannity." i want you to pay very close attention to what i'm going to tell you tonight. we have bombshell revelations from a new round of released e-mails from wikileaks, reportedly from the inbox of hillary clinton's campaign, chairman john podesta. these details are absolutely stunning and most of the media is not covering this. we're going to go over it in detail. now, in 2008 the clinton campaign appeared to conduct a focus group that tested voters' reactions to various attacks they may have wanted to use against then senator barack obama in the upcoming primary race. this tells you a lot about the clintons. here are the topics they were lo