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[national anthem] ♪ good morning, today is saturday, october 22nd. i'm be a pay huntsman. we start with a fox news alert. unprecedented cyber attack taking down some of the most popular websites on earth in a way we have never seen before. hackers taking control of the devices in your home to carry out one of the biggest internet attacks in u.s. history. >> and then a lecture on cyber security from, brace yourselves, hillary clinton. watch this >> just make sure not to put your emails in unsecured servinger in an closet in your office. >> noted, thank you very
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much. >> it's been part of hillary's core campaign message for months. take a look. >> i condemn all violence in our political arena. >> too bad. because nobody told uncle joe. >> don't i wish i were debating him. no, i wish we were in high school i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. [cheers] >> i don't know what that would look like. but uncle joe is a tough guy. apparently. mornings are better with friend. thank you for being with us. >> oh, good morning. joining us on the set is the great pete hegseth. thank you. >> it is good to see you, pete. >> straight from vegas. >> still got chips in my pocket. >> i was there with you. i saw you cleaning up the crap table. >> it was blackjack and i owned it. >> you jumped in the pool. you didn't bring me back anything.
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i was the only one who didn't get to go. >> i was the only one who didn't take my clothes off on camera and jump in the pool. >> i did. it's on tape deep in the archives. 17 days away from the election and donald trump is diverg up for a major speech this morning. >> one where is he going to outline what the first 100 days of a trump presidency is going to look like. >> peter doocy is live in gettysburg, pennsylvania ahead of that rally here for the curtain opener. peter, good morning. >> good morning, tucker and abby and pete. that's right, this morning about five hours from right now, donald trump is going to be here in gettysburg, pennsylvania with a list of the stuff that he says he would do with his first 100 days as president trump. >> we're going to be doing a lot of things. we are going to be lowering a lot of taxes. we are going to be strengthening our border. we are going to be getting rid of regulations. regulations are going it be gone. you lock at what is happening in this country with regulations.
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we need them for certain things like the environment. our regulations are taking over our companies. we can't compete anymore. we are going to be terminating, repealing and replacing obamacare. we are going to be saving our second amendment. there are a lot of things, sean, i think it's going to be very special. >> and new this morning, a reuters poll that shows trump's talk about the election being rigged about t. against him may be meaningful. half of republican also not accept hillary clinton as their president and 70% say if hillary wins it would be because election laws were broken. late last night trump tweeted the quote the media refuses to talk about three new national polls that have me in first place. biggest crowds ever. watch what happens. and there are a handful of national tracking polls that put trump on top. the ground he needs to make up though is in swing states and pennsylvania appears to be at the top of his to do list. clinton leads by 6 points in the real clear politics average of polls here. but trump came to pennsylvania for two rallies yesterday. and he is coming back to
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gettysburg this morning for another one. the campaign says that he picked gettysburg because there is a strong connection to lincoln who gave the gettysburg address here. this is a place where lincoln was seen as uniting the country. that's something trump is triking to do right now. stay tuned. >> the great peter doocy live from gettysburg, addressing us from gettysburg. >> everybody in the press, with the exception of some small portions has basically called this race over. it's over, you know, hillary is already picking her cabinet. >> did it months ago. >> accelerated it though. every republican on the planet from senators to room mothers. >> it's an absolute given. i was working out hard on the elliptical. >> you love the elliptical. >> i can't help it. i can't run. they are not even willing to discuss the possibility that trump could come back. >> is this the first time we have heard that. >> i don't think it is. >> trump has come back actually a few times in this
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race so far. is this premature. we know in politics things could change very, very quickly. look at the polls here. you can see how they have changed just over the past few months. clinton obviously up now. there is one poll showing he is up by 2 points. the question is with three weeks to go, can he regain some of that momentum. >> all of tho where clinton was up 6% or 7%. we were told it's over. it's done. just a mere weeks later and the first one it's 16 days if i can get my math right. we have 17 days between now and election day, history shows us that when clinton is up, if trump toyotaens his message and there is a few scandals up this that supposedly bump him off court he is able to close the gap. the sentiment in this election cycle is with him. >> with that message. one that we are going to hear today at gettysburg, tucker. this is the trump we are going to see today that many people were wanting months ago, even on the debate stage talking about the issues. talking about the economy. talking about immigration.
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issues that the american voter cares the most about. why have we not seen this the whole time? i think the recipe for success for trump was easy one going against hillary clinton. >> because he gets off topic. that's who he is. i would say the message is now that the system is rigged. this infuriates everyone in washington d.c. people who have bought into the system, who run the system. i don't think there is any evidence our voting machines are controlled by the democratic party, for example. there is a ton of evidence our immigration policy is designed continue to crease the number of democratic voters. importing people solely for their contribution to the democratic party, that is election rigging. that's the name of it. if you are changing the electorate in order to help your party, what is that? >> sense it is stacked against you it? >> is though. >> every time he says something i step back and go is that right? he is just speaking what people feel hey, it is weighted against me. it feels rigged. the press goes nuts technically is it rigged or not rigged. >> they are on the side of the establishment which
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isn't s. where they shouldn't be. they should be instinct detectively on the side of the public. that's who they represent. >> that's what's so refreshing about donald trump. hillary clinton, at times has been the opposite with what we have seen with weeks. new video exposes clinton lecturing her staff at the state department on, get, this the importance of cyber security. this is back in 2010. let's take a hook.
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>> that real? is that lecturing us. >> it doesn't work. >> you have a special duty to guard ourselves and our sensitive information. email me on my personal account. >> i love the video. hilarious. does she know she is lying? >> it feeds the narrative that the rules are for everybody else but for me it doesn't really apply. i can do what i want in my basement. >> all of us tell lies and all of us hope the rules don't apply to us. it's the lack of self-awareness that cracks me up. not sort of getting the je'kel about yourself. if you do it with a straight face cyber security is so important but keeping my server in the bathroom because, you know, cyber security -- >> we have all employed do as i say, not as i do. she lives it in a way. >> she doesn't even realize it. >> meanwhile we are probably the only ones talking about that video this morning. also this moment gentlemen biden on the stump talking about donald trump and getting physical saying he hopes to maybe get in a
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fight behind the gym. listen to this. >> he said because i'm famous, because i'm a star, because i'm a billionaire, i can do things other people can't. what a disgusting assertion for anyone to make. [ applause ] the press always asks me don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school and i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. >> oh, joe. >> who, tough guy. >> i kind of like that, actually. pretty funny. i wish the press applied the same standard to everyone else as they do to joe biden. joe biden will say these over the top things which i find amusing. i think you ought to have humor, i do in a normal country. you are inciting violence.
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>> absolutely humerus. perhaps. >> i condemn all violence in our political arena. i condemned it when donald trump was inciting it, and congratulating people who were engaging in it. i condemn it by those who are by taking violent protests to physical assault against donald trump. this has to end. he set a very bad example. >> including the ones your party paid for to go to trump rallies? including black lives matter? right? no. you're not condemning anything that's not politically expedient for you to condemn. >> we'll be waiting for joe biden's announcement. you can't go back and take anybody behind the gym anymore and beat them up. you need to go to a mediator. >> wait until you have kids. unbelievable. none of that. >> no fighting anymore. >> consequences if your kid
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does that. >> talk about violence real quickly it feels like this country is so divided with these two candidates. unfaivelts like we have never seen before on both sides. i was in florida last weekend and it's always good to get a sense of how voters are talking about the election outside of new york. i hear over and over again i don't even want to talk who i'm going to vote for in this election you never know how are talking to. it ends up being a violent situation. people don't want to go to thanksgiving because they don't want to have that conversation with members of family who disagree with them. >> people say to me don't tell my wife i'm voting for trump. >> that's something i have heard before, too. >> we do have other headlines to get to this morning. we do begin with a fox news alert. brand new details on that cyber attack that knocked out major internet sites like netflix, amazon. home devices like dvr's, cable boxes and personal security boxes to take down those sites. wikileaks claims that some of its supporters are behind
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of the attacks tweeting this mr. assange is still alive and wikileaks is still publishing. we ask supporters to stop taking down the u.s. internet. you proved your point. panic and evacuations are underway at hillary clinton's campaign office after suspicious substance is found inside a letter. interns found the material at d.c. office before taking it to her brook hundred headquarters exposing two other people. emergency crews evacuated the entire crew. it's still not clear in the substance was dangerous. clinton was not at the office at the time. athletes aren't the only ones neiling during the national anthem. more singers are now joining in on the protest. ♪ >> is that real? >> apparently that's the neelg during her performance before the miami heat game even wearing a black lives matter t-shirt before she
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did it saying we were unaware of it. this isn't the first time this just happened. just two weeks ago a national anthem singer kneeled before kings game. you look at the viewership though. i did a report on this yesterday with the nfl, it has gone down pretty tremendously compared to last year. some are blaming it on collin kaepernick. >> the commissioners don't help either. >> only wear your sock a certain way in the nfl. >> he is still making 40 million a year. >> it's rough. >> the polls may be-may not be in trump's favor, the betting odds are. one peculiar maker seeing a surge of bets just like they saw, almost exactly like they saw before brexit. ♪ know when to fold them ♪ know when to walk away ♪ and know when to run ♪ you never count your money ♪ when you're sitting at the table ♪ th
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you can believe it? we are 17 days now until the election. and donald trump says while the polls may not be in his favor, the odds are. he says just look at what happened in the u.k. a few months ago. >> the level of excitement and the people coming out, i think we're going to have beyond the brexit. i think we will go beyond brexit. you know about brexit. [cheers] >> i think we're going to have that. >> he has a reason to say that it turns out a british peculiar maker is seeing a surge of bets for a trump victory just like they did before brexit. here to explain the comparison is spokesperson from book makers his name is william hill. so, help us out here. how is this similar to what we saw in brexit? everyone here in america is wondering. we are seeing polls trending in a certain direction. what is this comparison?
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>> yes. we had the polls telling us that the brexit wasn't going to happen and the vote would be overwhelmingly in favor and would win the day. and the betting odds slightly reflected that this far out as we are now from the polling day in the u.s. election. this far out on the brexit vote. we were looking 2 to 9. that was about an 82% chance that it remain or 3 to 1 against that it would be leave. however, the -- if you analyze the way the betting has been going, it told a different story. 75% of the actual betting money was for remain but some 70% of the actual bets themselves, individual bets were for leave. now, of course, when you had 100,000 pounds or remain as one of our clients had or one point on leave as another had, those two people only had one vote each. the more significant of the two factors was the number
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of individual bets. and now we are seeing much the same phenomenon in our betting on the u.s. election. at the moment we are 1 for 6 for a clinton win and 4 to 1 against, which is only a 20% chance for donald trump. having said that again, we're seeing overwhelmingly the individual big bets are for hillary but the vast majority of the smaller individual wages are for trump. you were just mentions before the break the phenomenon whereby some people know they are going to vote for trump are not prepared to say that in public. we saw exactly that in terms of people who supported brexit but said i'm not going to tell anybody because i don't want to get into a rile. the parallels are there. it doesn't necessarily mean that the same thing will happen. and indeed we have had some clients who have had massive bet on hillary clinton. some had 550500 pounds last week. >> graham, i remember covering the story for fox overnight.
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we thought it was going to be a slow night and all the alla sudden brexit wins and everyone was sort of shocked by that and david cameron, of course, steps down we showed the percentage earlier 70% from your polling predicted this to happen. 65 donald trump. here we are listening to the polls, how surprised were you when this happened over in the u.k.? >> personally, i wasn't oversurprised. a lot of people were. and the media was taken completely by surprise. we were betting overnight all night long and it was about 5 to 2 in the morning that all of a sudden brexit became the favorite from. that point on it just snow balled and all those people who had gone to bed convinced that they knew what the result was going to be had to revise their opinion when they woke up the next morning. >> woke up with a different story. >> indeed. thank you very much for enlightening the whole brexit conversation. we will be tracking those bets in realtime. >> thank you. >> you got it. all right.
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this question on the debate on open borders. hillary clinton dodged it completely. watch this. >> we have learned from the wikileaks that you said this, and i want to quote: my dream is a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders. >> what's really important about wikileaks is that the russian government has engaged in espionage against
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americans. >> that was a great pivot off the fact that she wants open borders. okay? how did we get on to putin? >> it was a clever diversification but what about the policy proposal the one she made out loud. since dodging the question people are wondering where does hillary's immigration plan stand and how would it benefit american workers at all. here to discuss is francisco hernandez. thanks for joining us. when hillary clinton speaks of immigration. she talks about the benefit to immigrants which is real and obvious. she says very little about the effect on americans. here are the facts. in the last 14 years, 118,000 fewer native born americans are working. 118,000 fewer. over that same period, 5.7 million immigrants have jobs in america who didn't before. it's a massive increase in jobs for people who arrived here for other countries and a net loss for americans. open borders would accelerate that, would it not? >> well, the concept of open borders, it's undefining,
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mrs. clinton or donald trump can't could anything about it. it has to be threw congress. i don't know about the statistics. we truly know that these immigrants will take jobs americans won't take. if mr. trump wants to build a wall we have to legalize 100 million to build it. reform added a voyeur cat for immigration. >> they won't of course take them at these wages, apparently. buff the truth is because you remember supply and demand from high school. if you have over abundance of something value falls that's why sand is cheap. over abundant of labor at the bottom of the labor pool it drives down wages. that's happened. wages are stagnant or falling in the middle of the country because in part of immigration. there is no way to deny that. >> if the jobs are there, the people are going to come. obviously, they're filling the jobs. all you have got to do is offer them to u.s. citizens. nobody is going to get up on a roof or build a highway pour concrete in 105 in
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texas. there is demand for that labor. >> would i ask you a question, would you do your job for 4 bucks an hour? no, you wouldn't. the point is you have a high paying job, so do i. >> how much do you make a year? >> the pay drops when people from countries with much lower standards of people who come here work for less. that's supply and demand. do you know that. >> yes, i'm denying. you have wage standards that are prevailing throughout the country. there is plenty of enforcement. there is enforcement going on right now. the question is what are we going to do about the immigration issue? are we going to keep putting our head in the sand like we have for 16 years now? what are we going to do about it? when is congress going to act? forget who is president. it's who is in the congress and whether congress is going to do anything. >> you are making a case on behalf of the immigrants itself. that's the typical position of the left. >> i'm making a case on behalf of america. >> we don't know how many illegal immigrant are in this country but it's over 10 million. if we don't know how many are living here within a
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million and we don't. >> we should. >> we have open borders already, do we not. >> no. >> over 10 million people in the country unaccounted for and you don't have open borders. that's the definition of it, isn't it. >> we don't have open borders. in fact, the only ones crossing the border are drug cartels and smugglers that are all criminals. we need progressive reform. we want to know who these people are in our country but we want to keep them in the shadows. i'm not saying we have to give them amnesty. temporary worker permits you and i agree on that. we do want them to come out of the shadows and focus on the people. >> can i ask you a question? >> i'm sorry. >> you are making a good point about the drug dealers and massive heroin epidemic coming exclusively from mexico that drug. >> actually, it's coming from central america and south america? through mexico. why wouldn't building a wall help slow that flow? that's the argument against building the wall? i'm a little confused. >> we have got to stop using the drugs. the drugs are coming. >> our kids who die of heroin are the ones whose fault it is? if your son died of a heroin
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odhairod it's his fault. >> we are using it and buying. if we didn't use and it buy it. >> we didn't take it before they started importing heroin. there was no heroin epidemic in before mexico started bringing it. >> mexico didn't start bringing it mexico is not immigrants. it's not undocumented aliens. it is drug smugglers who are buying it. >> who by the way are all of the above. i wish woe could continue it. >> we don't disagree. >> francisco, it's great to see you this morning. thank you. >> thank you, mr. carlson. have a good weekend. >> you too. hillary clinton has a morocco mess on her hands. wikileaks row veeld she personally negotiated a 12-million-dollar payday from a corrupt king. that's redundant by the way. does she still owe him the favor she was given in return? mark mckinnon has that story it could be a big deal as the election approaches. supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg testing the
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democrats harry reid. he is a former boxer. he is a southpaw from search light. is he a tough little dude, man. goonk, senator. how are you? nice to see you. >> good. i thought it would be better -- questions. >> senator, wikileaks is an emerging story this week. you talk about its relevance and importance. is it appropriate to be talking about the wikileaks contents that reporters are talking about? >> oh, i think what wikileaks has brought to my attention is the fact that it's part of what russia is doing to try to influence the election. a man who is wanted for sexual crimes has hidden out in an he can quaw dorian embassy. >> here now is co-creator, co-executive producer and co-host of the circus and former advisor to president george w. bush our friend mark mckinnon. another powerful segment one
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of the things that we talked, about how you talked about is how the mainstream media has not talked about wikileaks. we will focus the whole show tomorrow night on the surface on wikileaks scwh why hasn't? >> part of the problem has been that the trump has avoided it. the media is going to talk about what he talks about. and he doesn't have enough message discipline. he has been talking about that 24/7. so much stuff in there you talked about. the foreign governments, the pay-to-play stuff. there is still the cut tar contribution a million dollars supposed for bill clinton's birthday. we don't know the answer to that one. >> another one that broke this week troubling we have seen what happened in morocco. huma aba dean email exchange talking about $12 million. this is after, by the way, hillary clinton announced for president. how problematic is this? >> well, it's donald trump's best chance because the debates are over. those were big
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opportunities, lost opportunities arguably. and now the only thing between now and election, barring some catastrophic external event like a terrorist attack. the most likely thing that could happen is something break out of wikileaks. >> here is what was literally said in that exchange from wikileaks in that email exchange this was hrc's idea which is hillary rodham clinton's idea our office approached the more moroccans and they believe 100 percent they are doing this at her q the king has personally committed $12 million both for the endowment and to supporting the media. it will break a lot to when we had so many opportunities to do it in the past few months. she has created this mess and she knows it. effectively a 12-million-dollar speech. she is secretary of state at this time. they say give to the foundation and she will come give a speech. >> slightly before she announced but she knew she was running. they knew exactly what they were doing. >> sure. doesn't look good. >> all of this is kind of slipped beneath the waves because the hillary campaign
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and obama administration successfully pivoted to russia. espionage by the russian government trying to influence the outcome of the election. that's their claim. citing unnamed intelligence and then the media sort of obediently is repeating the message. i'm getting a flashback now to 2002. >> i would say two things. one is they may be right. okay it's russia. so what. that's an important thing. >> and there might have been weapons of mass destruction. since we stop and ask for real evidence? >> the more important question is are they real? and there is no evidence to suggest that they are not. so maybe russia is doing it but their campaign is also saying oh well, no one could say. >> you are in the press now, isn't that the first question every journalist ask not what its providence where did it come from? is it real. >> that's exactly my point. by the way, you're gonna see mainstream media because there is a vacuum now i know for a fact that some the mainstream media are looking at it now and there is going to be big stories coming out over the next couple of days.
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>> here's the thing the democrats' argument is with wikileaks. we want to go there because it's the russians. sets the reverse. we were talking about it in the commercial break and this was donald trump's emails and exchanges between his team. >> oh my gosh. >> that's all that would be talked about. >> sure. >> you have seen a bias like we have seen this election sick cycle because it always exists to some level it does feel like this time around it is far worse. >> bias toward conflict. but, i mean the fact is that trump hasn't been hacked. if he was, i'm sure they would be talking about it be going crazy about it. >> but you don't see this like on cnn or other channels as much. >> no. that was tucker's point that he makes in our show tomorrow night. >> do you know a single working journalist who is supporting trump? i mean, along, if 100 percent of journalists are supporting trump and none hillary would it effect the coverage? of course it would. keep personal views out but it does locate through. >> no question, there is no intuitively worked both sides been doing this for 30 years probably 75% plus in journalists are democrats.
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but, on the other hand, we knew that in the bush campaign and woe dealt with it. >> this season it's like 100 percent. probably always 80%. people feel like this moral imperative to stop big orange. >> no. i think that's unquestionably the case in this election. >> he doesn't lock as orange anymore. they changed his makeup a little bit. >> and the seize on any aspect like the debate he says i'm going to look at thee election results the condition item nation is swift and complete as opposed to we are not going to plate clip. rush limbaugh and others say we know what trump is really saying, this system is sort of rigged. >> i agree and it's trump's fault for talking about it it's stupid. saying that and his advisors said don't go there, tried to walk it back, instead he walked it of the cliff. steamingly you should know that if you say that the mainstream media is going to focus on that: >> you can tune in tomorrow
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night and see this guy. >> second hour. tucker carlson. >> you got it thank you, mark, good sty. >> you too, thanks. >> we have other headlines to get this morning. russia talking about this time denying front row seat to the u.s. election process. thee states now, oklahoma, texas, and louisiana have all turned down requests from the kremlin to monitor polling stations. comes after russia is accused of hacking in order to influence the election outcome. hillary clinton claims she is all for closing the gender pay gap but leaked emails are exposing the opposite. according to wikileaks the clinton foundation pays women less than men. a payroll schedule showing on average men earned about $68,000 in 2011 and that is compared to women who earned about $64,000. also this ruth bader ginsburg is hanging up her robe for a new role. the supreme court justice is making her official opera debut next month and for one
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night only she willly a duchess in the daughter of the regiment on its opening night at the kennedy center in d.c. but don't expect to hear justice ginsburg singing. the frequent opera goer apparently she loves to go only has a speaking role. i would love to hear her sing. that would be interesting. powerful and deadly storm hammering the northeast wringing severe flooding. more than half a foot of rainfall in pars of massachusetts. turning roads into rivers. in pennsylvania, a man is killed when a tree crashes on to his house. we have rick reichmuth and is he tracking the storm's path. good morning. >> good morning, guys. still a little bit of rain from that storm today. it's kind of ushering in fall. also tell you the northeast isn incredible crownt. we need to get some storms like that, but obviously it comes at a price when you get that much rain that fast. here are your temperatures. you can see the cooler air moving in behind it 60 up in caribou, main and 40 in
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chicago. 346 in memphis starting out this morning. throughout the day, we will see a line of storms that will bring some rain, maybe localized flooding in the northeast. you sigh a little bit of white there upstate adirondacks. snow central appalachians behind this. cooler air moving in behind this. some places 2 to 3 inches of snow. waking up just into the 40's and 50's and for today only getting up into the 60's. if you have been wondering hey, where is fall, today is going to feel like it. a nice day to stay inside. up across the northern plains, also a chillier one but pretty dry one overall. finally out across areas of the west, we are cry in the southwest but the specific northwest will see a little bit more rain moving in, atlets by tomorrow. a little bit of a break today. all right, guys. send it back to you inside. >> can't believe we are already talking about snow. >> unbelievable. >> democratic operatives admitting they are picking fights at trump rallies.
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>> hillary, like is aware of the work that you guys do, i hope. >> the campaign is fully in. >> and they tell hillary what's going on? >> well, i mean hillary knows. she is in the chain of command. >> what's worse? this guy has made hundreds of trips to the white house. why isn't the justice department investigating? >> and unprecedented cyber attack control the devices in your home and they take down many popular web sites. is this a trial run for election day? we will cover that stick with us. otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla,
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carried out using weapons we have never seen before. >> using home devices dvrs, and cable boxes. morgan, good morning, thank you for waking up early. >> i'm always up are early abby, no worries. >> this is what wikileaks is tweeting out. mr. assange is still alive and wikileaks is still publishing. we ask supporters to stop taking down u.s. internet. you proved your point. what is going on here? >> look, this is very "newsweek." in 2000, i was actually leading a team of people. we investigated the first 2000. this is orders magnitude bigger. it's not just using computers. we have turned everything into a computer now, your smart phone, your smart refrigerator. your i. connected to the internet surveillance camera the dvr. all of these things become armies of ants. deluge of traffic. overwhelming resources in a way they never anticipated
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before. this is a big sea change and vulnerability. >> it's not just offices. it's things you have in your own home. as you said your dvr. >> baby monitor, microwave. as you said we didn't anticipate this. why didn't we? so much hype around this internet of things and we should all just bow down and accept this and our lives are going to be improved. where are the adults saying wait a second perhaps there are unintended consequences. >> you hit a key part. one of the areas i have been working and advising on is software. these devices being made have the most atrocious security. they have hard coded user name and pass words and this malware being used goes out and scans the internet looking for devices that has a profile. when it finds them it compromises they will. networks them all together and launches it not like one foyer hose but 50 fire hoses at a site when you do that it's like the service provider takes them offline. not taking the sites offlion but taking the route
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offline. if you cut the tollbooth off you cut the traffic off. >> people watching this at home i don't want this to happen to me, i don't want to be hacked. what can they do about this? >> most of these folk aren't going to be hacked they can be the front line of defense use encryption. make sure you change your pass words on these devices. if you have a home network. make sure your wireless access point is encrypted and turn on personal fire wall. this is way to stop traffic from going out of a network and going into a network. you the consumers can be stop traffic go from going out of your network and contribute to this. >> one of the things we are worried about this might effect our election the digital cheerleaders and the democratic party both in favor of internet voting never said out loud what anybody thinking it through might have thought like what if this is compromised by a foreign government. should woe be worried about that? why wouldn't would he be? >> again, tucker, it goes back to one of the definings out of the 9/11 commission is failure of imagination. we have a failure of imagination here. we can't imagine this happening. so we don't prepare for it.
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so anything that's related to the internet, anything where information is stored can be compromised by things like say ransom wear. just simply disrupting access is enough. if you thought gore v. bush and hanging chad was a problem what are you going to with hanging bits and bytes. >> all the people who told us the internet was all good should be ashamed. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> donald trump ready to deliver his betsburg address -- gettysburg. mike huckabee is joining us here to react just ahead. >> democratic operatives caught on camera admitting they are picking fights at trump rallies. that's not all. one of them has been to the white house hundreds of times. it sounds like a crime. but the doj not investigating. >> hillary like is aware of the work that you guys do, i hope? >> the campaign is full i had? >> and they tell hillary what's going on. >> i mean hillary knows through the chain of command. >> yeah.
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hillary is aware of the work that you guys could, i hope. >> the campaign is fully in. >> and then they tell hillary what's going on? >> well, i mean hillary knows through the chain of command. >> yeah. >> another morning and therefore another bombshell coming out of those shocking videos by project veritas disgraced democratic operative bob creamer who admitted on tape for helping insighincite violence. over 300 meetings at the white house even meeting with president obama himself. former doj official jay christian adams president of the foundation filed complaint over that video to
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the. >> good morning, pete? give us a sense. what is this all about? >> look, if this was a tea party group coordinating with the trump campaign to incite violence at clinton reals or naacp events or whatever we know exactly what would be happening. this would be justice department fully investigating this for civil rights violations and all sorts of things. this is a justice department and an fbi that is dolling out justice based on your politics. if you support clinton, if you are clinton, you can engage in all sorts of misbehavior without consequence. if you are the irs commissioner or an attorney general who is held in criminal contempt, he would give you a pass. you don't face justice under this administration. >> it feels like a rigged system. so you have got this operative bob creamer who is clearly in with the white house 300 visits. i have had none. and then he is on tape saying we're increditting violence at rallies. no acouldn'tability. what in a perfect world,
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non-rigged world, what happens to bob creamer? >> i just think in america 20 years ago something happened. >> sure. >> the power of this videotape by project veritas is this, pete, most americans don't have to put up with this garbage. they think the system generally works tell. it's only people like me that have to read the lies from groups like the brennan center who say there is no voter fraud or law professors or work at the doj and hearsay don't enforce the law against certain groups. most groups don't have to put up with this lawlessness. bus of this tape they see it firsthand. they see what people have been going on fox and talk about. and get to see this corrosive thing happening in america. >> that's what it takes. if it's not on tape in this world today sometimes it feels like it didn't happen at all. keep us posted on that complaint and see if it goes anywhere. all right. well, we are going to need a biggers about cet for all of those deplorables out there. >> how do all these folks, guys lick me, all these old
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you can use whipped topping made with hydrogenated oil...uts are shared over the real cream in reddi-wip. ♪ reddi-wip. share the joy. good morning, today is saturday, october 22nd. i'm abby huntsman. we start with a fox news alert. unprecedented cyber attack taking down some of the most popular websites on earth and in a way we have never seen before. the hackers taking control of the connected devices and in your own home to carry out one of the biggest internet attacks in u.s. history. >> and then we got a lecture on cyber security. guess hot professor was. your not going to believe it hillary clinton. in other words, don't put an unsecured server in your bathroom. >> advice of the morning, indeed. oprah winfrey ready to make a huge endorsement, but it
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isn't exactly glowing you might say. >> she is not coming over to your house. >> you don't have to like her. >> that is but hing. you know who is glowing? abby huntsman. mornings are better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> oh, good morning. great to see you this morning. pete hegseth on the couch. >> great to see you both. >> excellent abby huntsman. >> oh. >> we begin this morning with the race to the white house. we're just 17 days away from elections. >> unbheivel. >> a little over two weeks. trump is gearing up for a major speech this morning. >> one where he will outline what the first 100 days of a trump presidency would look like. >> and we find peter doocy there. is he live in gettysburg, pennsylvania, ahead of the rally. i think beginning at 11:00 a.m. this morning, right, peter? >> yeah. so we are about four hours away. and the trump team tells us that today's big policy speech here in gettysburg,
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paye is supposed to do two things first, give us a list of all the things a president trump would do in the first 100 days in the oval office. second, to show how they think those things would benefit regular folks. more than the things hillary clinton is proposing. >> if you just look at the distances on everything, she is going to raise taxes. i'm going to lower taxes. she is going to increase regulations, i'm going to cut regulations down to a minute mum, a good number but down to a minimum. there are so many different things. we're going to rebuild the military. we're going to take care of our vets. we're going to save the second amendment. we're going to repeal and replace obamacare which is a total disaster. she wants to make it even a bigger mess. >> we're told this particular speech is being delivered from gettysburg because this is where lincoln gave the famous gettysburg address that went a long way in uniting this country and that's what trump is trying to do as well. on top of that the keystone state is critical. on the trump electoral map you can tell just by looking at his schedule two events
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here yesterday, another one here this morning. he is going to be in virginia and ohio today as well. late last night trump tweeted. this quote: the media refuses to talk about the throw new national polls that had me in first place, biggest crowds ever. watch what happens. trump obviously pete's up a lot on the media now almost every day he includes a lobby about how he thinks that the election is rigged against him and that message seems to be resonating with republicans in a big way. new reuters poll out that shows that 50% of republicans don't plan to accept hillary clinton as president if she wins the elections. 70% of them say that they think the only way hillary clinton could win is by breaking the law on election day. back to you. >> all right. peter doocy. live for us at gettysburg. thank you, peter. >> the great peter doocy. to bring us up to speed and everything that's happening in the world. we are honored to be joined boy our friend former governor mike huckabee. >> good morning. >> good to see you, governor. >> good morning. how are you? >> excellent.
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so what is trump going to say today in gettysburg and what does he need to say, do you think, to shift the focus on to hillary from himself over the next 17 days? >> well, tucker, because he is at gettysburg, what i hope he will do is to give the soaring rhetoric, reminding america what happened there. it's very important that you use the venue in a very, very important way and when lincoln gave that very distinct address, he reminded people that there had been an extraordinary battle of americans vs. success americans. this is a great opportunity for donald trump to put that in the context of today's election. nobody has been killing each other but it's been americans vs. americans. what lincoln attempted to do was to talk about how to rebuild this nation where all of us are created equal. i wish i could write his speech for him today because i would talk about the fact that we aren't equal today. some people get justice. some get injustice. some people are treated wonderfully by the justice department and by their government. others are crushed why their
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government. it's time to make america a country where all of us are equal. what an incredible frame for that message today. i hope that's what he delivers. >> timing just less than three weeks now before election day. you may not have written the speech this morning, governor, but you certainly have closer access to the trump circle than many people do. give us a sense of what is going on behind closed doors with just as we said less than three weeks to go. what are they talking about? how are they feeling where they are at this moment and what needs to be done between now and then? >> well, i think there is a combination of frustration that the media will not give attention to the revelations of wikileaks, that they continue to ignore the obvious things that disqualify hillary clinton from ever getting near the white house again. even as a visitor. that's frustrating. but the good news is that there is a real sense of optimism. the trump people recognize that when people were called and polled they are not necessarily going to say they are for trump. when people have a camera or
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microphone stuck in their face they don't want their cars vandalized and don't want their houses egged. that's what is happening to people who support trump. they get called zen know phones, homophobes, some kind of phobe. i do think there is momentum for the trump campaign. it's not just because of his rallies. i travel all the time. and whether it's a hotel lobby, an airplane, an airport, a restaurant, i have people all the time come to me. they look around and then they lean down and whisper i'm with trump: it's just amazing. i don't hear anybody coming up to me and confronting me and saying i can't understand that you are for trump because i'm for hillary. one person past few days say i'm going to vote for hillary. they weren't excited about it the intensity for the voters for trump is stunning. >> governor, that's right. i get the same experience speaking to conservative groups. there is that sense that the
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momentum could be, even though hidden under the surface you mention rallies. system rallies over the course of the summer, donald trump took a lot of heat, outrage foe or otherwise with the media rough up a protester or this is happening or that is happening. yesterday, we saw our vice president make a similar comment at a rally about what he would want to do to donald trump. we will play the sound to get to you react. >> he said because i'm famous, because i'm a star, because i'm a billionaire, i can do things other people can't what a disgusting assertion for anyone to make. [ applause ] the press always asks me don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school and i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. >> it turns out some of those protesters at the
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trump rally were paid but. are we seeing a double standard here? >> >> oh my gosh. you can imagine if mike pence had said that he would like to just go up and slap hillary clinton? just think of the outrage. that's all we would be seeing on television this weekend. you have got jolting joe out here who now, basically, says he would like to go and take a punch at donald trump. i'm just wondering if the secret service will do an investigation of uncle joe for having threatened a presidential candidate. look, if it weren't so ridiculously absurd that joe is out there saying this, it would almost be needed to be taken seriously. but, i mean, what i have got to say is, say it ain't so, joe. say it ain't so. >> so here's bill clinton, who is still on the campaign trail, not always in a helpful way to his wife, explaining who these people are who oppose what he calls immigration reform. watch this. >> these people who are
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spreading all this division and bad mouthing america and bad mouthing our future, they are against immigration reform when the only thing that we got keeping us young right now are our first generation americans. how do all these folks, guys like me, all these old gray haired white guys, how do they think our social security is going to be hand down. >> some point you have got to say why is that not racially divisive? all these old white guys if mitt romney said all these old white guys voting for him. everybody including me would have said no, you can't divide everybody along racial lines. clinton says this junk all the time, pardon me, they all do, and nobody says anything. why? >> tucker, can you say it if you are a democrat. you can say anything. you can get away with anything. nobody calls out. first thing i want to say to
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bubba is hey, bubba, you have looked in the mirror lately you are an old gray headed white guy. a million bucks a speech and sometimes more, he doesn't have to live on social security. you know why social security is in trouble? because illegals don't pay it that's why. think about this, what he said is on its face ridiculous. one of the reasons that we are in trouble is when illegals take jobs, they don't pay the payroll tax, neither do their employers. that's why nobody in washington wants to fix it because the pressure is on to keep letting people make mope under the table. but the fact is we'll never fund social security as long as some people pay the payroll tax, the working stuff stiffs, those old gray haired white guys is he talking about. people come in illegally and they aren't paying for it. >> that is well said. you know serving a number of years as governor. always good to have you on the show. good to see you this morning. >> thanks a bunch, guys. >> it's that pesky detail there is a difference
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between legal and illegal immigration. >> just that little thing. we do have other headlines to get to this morning. beginning with a fox news alert. and brand new details on that massive cyber attack that knocked out major u.s. internet sites like netflix, twitter and amazon. expert say hackers using phishing software to affect home devices like cable boxes, dvrs and personal security cameras to take down sites. wikileaks claim some of the supporters are behind the attacks. here is what they're tweeting. mr. assange is still alive and wikileaks is still publishing. we ask supporters to stop taking down the u.s. internet. you proved your point. and hand nic at hillary clinton's campaign office after a suspicious substance is found inside of a letter. interns finding the powdery substance d.c. office before taking it to brooklyn headquarters and exposed two other people. emergency crews then evacuated the entire floor. police officials say the substance was tested overnight and is not considered dangerous.
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clinton was not at the office at the time. a democratic governor now apologizing for bashing obamacare. listen. >> reality is the affordable care act is no longer affordable to increasing numbers of people. >> that's minnesota governor mark dayton who says he regrets that his fellow democrats are being attacked over what he said earlier. but he stands by his comments and is calling on the state to approve emergency measures to help people facing enormous rate hikes next year. listen to this, oprah says you don't have to like hillary clinton. you just need to vote for her. >> people say i just don't know if i like her. she is not coming over to your house. [ laughter ] you don't have to like her. you don't have to like her. do you like this country? i hear you. do you like this country? you better get out there and vote. >> okay. well the media mogul telling the talk show host t.d.
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jakes that she hasn't said much during this election cycle that she didn't think she could pierce through all of the noise. a stark difference from her very vocal difference president obama did for the presidency. she was all over the place for president obama. >> oprah has a brand new accent. where did she get that accent. as a faithful oprah watcher for 30 years. >> i love that you admit that. >> i real disliked the oprah show. very hostile to men. >> many people in the media declaring hillary victory with 17 days to go until the election. where does trump need to focus. tom bevan with real clear politics up next. >> outrage after one woman named u.s. ambassador. apparently she is too sexy and too pale. ahead.
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upgrade your phone system and learn how you could save at vonage.com/business welcome back. and just 17 days left until america chooses their next president. the latest real clear politics average has donald trump trailing hillary clinton by nearly 7 points. it's now 48.5% to trump's 42.2%. and time is quickly running out so where does donald trump need to turn his focus. let's ask tom bevan of real clear politics this morning. always good to see you. >> god to be with you. >> trailing by 7 points, donald trump, where does he need to turn his focus for
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the next 18, 17 days? >> well, he has got to -- there are few states in particular, north carolina is one where he -- he was just there yesterday. having an vent there. he has got to keep that. that's the one state that in 20. he has got to keep that state in republican hands. florida is another one that he can't get to 270 without winning florida. ohio is another one where no republican has won the white house without ohio. trump is barely ahead there. that has been one of his strongest states. nevada is another state where he is fighting and is he going to need nevada to be in his column to get to 270. his path is pretty narrow at this point. >> obviously, each of these states, the voters are wanting different things. you have "to focus on them individually. florida as you said is so incredibly important in every election but especially this typically around. what does he need to focus on in florida? >> he has got to make sure that he runs up his score, his numbers in the northern part of this the state, right, in the panhandle. that is going to be crucial. then he has got to win the i-4 corridor.
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tampa, hillsborough in that area. to yowf set what hillary is going to do in the super part of the state. that's why trump is invest ago lot of time and energy there because he has got to especially that area around tampa, he has got to be able to beat her in that area to overcome his deficit in the southern part of the state. >> you can always tell where the candidates are a little bit nervous based on where they are putting their offices and spending their money in advertising. hillary clinton you can tell she is doing a lot of that in north carolina. that's a big one for trump to win. what does he have to focus on there? >> north carolina, he has got to do well in the rural areas in north carolina. but he has also got to fight in those suburbs. a lot of these states, it is in the suburbs where this race is going to be won and lost. trump was leading in north carolina just a few weeks ago by a slim margin. he has now fallen behind there by 2.5 points in our average. he has got to recover in suburbs moderate and undecided voter might be left out there. >> pennsylvania is obviously a big one. he has his bigotsburg
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address a few hours from now. is that state already over? has it turned blue or is there a chance he could take that? >> i think at this point it's probably a long shot. can he get to 270 without pennsylvania. he is going to have to run the tables. pennsylvania is a state he had it to about a point and a half when he was at his high water mark. fallen behind pretty substantially there. pennsylvania again, the suburbs of philly is where he has really lost ground there. and now he is trailing by 6.5, 7%. >> especially with a lot of women in those areas. a lot of work to do with less than three weeks to go. tom bevan, thanks for being here. >> you bet. >> hillary clinto.>> saudi arai. you talk about women and women's rights. these are people who kill women and treat women horribly and, yet, you take their money. >> should she give that money back? tucker debates a democrat you do not want to miss this. that's next.
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well, you can smell the ripe odor of hypocrisy this new video. hillary clinton lecturing her staff at the state department on the importance of, brace yourself now, of cyber security. the democratic nominee now pushing for swing states as she deals with her latest fallout from all of this. rich edson is in pittsburgh with the latest. what's going on? >> good morning, tucker. it is arguably the most important issue of the 2016 campaign in cyber security. the issue of hillary clinton's server while she served as secretary of state. john podesta's emails the campaign chair. and charges of russian interference in the u.s. election. and back in 2010 it was then
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service hillary clinton who the fbi says was extremely careless about information lecturing on how to deal with cyber security. >> clinton is now intensifying her campaign schedule. she was in cleveland yesterday. she met with two activists from the black lives matter movement. she then spoke to the cuyahoga county community college. she responded there to donald trump failing to unequivocally say he would accept the election's results and saying, quote, in our country we know the difference between leadership and dictatorship, right? peaceful transition between power is one of the things that sets us apart no matter who is in charge. new polling out from a couple of days ago shows in ohio the race is essentially
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tied. donald trump was up there by about 3 percentage points a month ago. she is headed to pennsylvania today. first here to pittsburgh. she will campaign with her running mate tim kaine and then it's on to philadelphia. real clear politics average showing she is up a few points here in pennsylvania. back to you, tucker. >> rich edson live on the scene. great to see you this morning. thanks. donald trump calling out the clinton foundation during the final presidential debate over sketchy donations. you may remember. this watch. >> it's a criminal enterprise. saudi arabia giving $25 million. qatar, all of these countries. you talk about women and women's riots? so these are people that push guys off buildings. these are people that kill women and treat women horribly, yet, you take their money. >> why doesn't she give the money back. richard fowler a democratic strategist. he joins us from washington. thanks for coming on this morning. it's a fair question. one thing you know about
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hillary clinton. she is a advocate for women. feminist. cares about women and women's rights. taking then tens of millions of dollars where women can't participate in the political system. can't use public pools. can't go outside without being unaccompanied by a male relative. why can she take money from these groups and still maintain she is a family mist? >> number one, thanks for having me, tucker. number two, here's the thing. i think when you think of the clinton foundation now, don't get me wrong, i think that these countries need to change their practices towards women. as we already know, change takes time. and number three, most importantly, hillary clinton for a long time when she was in the state department was not connected to the clinton foundation and a lot of these funds go to funding meaningful work. for example, the clinton foundation has allowed for 11 million people across the world to have access to h.i.v. aids medication', right? which is a huge deal understanding how gripping
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the h.i.v. aids disease is to this globally and to the united states. >> okay. so you are making a very simple argument, it's an aged old one and it's the ends justify the means. so, if we're going to use that as our standard for our moral behavior and i wouldn't recommend it but if we are going to. why would it be bad for me to take money from north korea to send my kids to college because college is really valuable? is that really the standard? you want to hold anybody to? is that how you live your life as long as the end is okay it doesn't matter how you get there? like, what? >> i think you're making a really, really, really far stretch in analogy. you are comparing apples and oranges? >> really? >> what the clinton foundation does is meaningful work around the country very distinct from the trump foundation which has done nothing. >> no real person thinks a lot of meaningful work compared to what? >> 11 million people getting h.i.v. medication. >> there are a million ngos
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in the world most don't give to them because they help the poor. they want political favors. >> i don't know about that. >> taking tens of millions of dollars from countries that literally kill gay people for being gay. literally kill them and to this day kill them. would hillary clinton take money from the westboro baptist church, those lunatics running around always attacks guys and would the justification be the money is going to something good. she would never do that why would she take money from the saudis? >> when i watched the debate on saturday. >> i'm just asking a question. >> i'm answering it. when i watched the debate on sunday and i heard donald trump talk about, you know, the fact that in saudi arabia they persecute the lbgt community and i think that is problematic i thought about his vice presidential running mate who passed religious liberty bill who passed that same type of persecution right here in the united states of america. the land of the free and the home of the brave. >> you are not going to compare. >> i'm not embarrassing myself. >> penal code, sharia law. >> i absolutely am. >> executes people for being
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gay. indiana, that's in sane. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. first, what the indiana law does, not only is the first impact of the law saying that you as a day person you cannot go into a bakery or go into a restaurant and you can be refused service. but the second thing it does is it creates situations where you have bullying. have you kids committing suicide. >> richard, i'm fan but this is a self-discrediting line of argument. >> no it is not a self-discrediting line of evidence and i would add to that. >> come on, okay. >> donald trump said himself during a town hall that women who choose to make a choice between them and their doctor and a abortion should be punished and put in jail. that's very similar to saudi arabia to me. he said he wants to punish these women. that's what makes it problematic. >> awesome to see you this morning. come back soon. >> you are always a friend, tucker. we just disagree on this one. >> thank you. good to see you. the mainstream media declaring hillary clinton the winner. it's over. 17 days to go. don't bother voting because she has already won.
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17 days until election day. donald trump gearing up to speak in gettysburg, today where he plans to outline his first 100 days in office should he be elected. the mainstream media is already celebrating a hillary clinton victory is that premature. here to discuss is our fantastic political panel this morning fox news contributor tammy bruce, brian benjamin and "washington times" columnist madison. thank you all for joining us this morning. >> thank you. >> tammy, i'm going to start with you. we're 17 days out. is this a blow-out or is this brexit. >> i think it's clear it's brexit. at this point in time for england they were also stay with 10 points ahead. everybody thought they had what they wanted. just like scientists sometimes journalists can just see what they want to see, right? they look for what they want to find and they find it in this case, declaring this race over though is very much an effort to suppress the vote. and, yet, that's what we have been hearing about donald trump, right? he wants a fair end and he will accept or not accept the end result based on
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whether or not it's transparent and fair. but that's supposed to be striking at the heart of our democracy. i will tell you what really does. it is telling the american people that the situation is over, it's done. your vote doesn't even count. and, in fact, our system now relies on opinion polls that you giving your opinion to someone on the phone is now what your vote is that, of course, is a lie. it's false. and americans have to know this that this is far from over. we're going to have. polls don't vote, brine. i see you ready to jump in there have you declared this vote over? >> phil, i think hillary is going to win. the man of opinion polls in a republican primary donald trump who spent every debate, every conversation talking about the polls now all of a sudden doesn't believe in polls and now all of a sudden the election is rigged. >> the polls have showing tightening in ohio that's it. >> talked about expanding the map. hillary only one expanding the map. in arizona, georgia, texas, winning every swing state except for ohio. in wisconsin there is other places where is he able. >> come on.
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so, the real issue here is that the 4 million people who already voted we are at a faster clip in early votes than we were in 2012. hillary has more than four times the staff on the ground. sheet has double the cash on hand. he is getting killed by every practical matter. i don't know if i'm going to accept the results. >> however, there is the sense and you hear it when you are talking to grass roots groups that there is a hidden vote. woe had governor huckabee on earlier in the program. here is what he had to say. i want to get your reaction to it. >> the trump people recognize that when people are called and polled, they are not necessarily going to say they are for trump. when people have a camera or microphone stuck in their face, they don't want their cars vandalized. they don't want their houses egged. >> right. >> that's what's happening to people who openly support trump. they get called bigots, homophobes. islamophobes. zen phones, some kind of phones. people are really quiet. i think we're going to see something very surprising on election day. >> how big could that vote be?
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>> i think he is 100 percent correct. it's not over until it's over. the only poll i care about that i care about and american people care about is the polls on election day. showing bias now more than ever before. look at the debate on webs they called hillary basically the winner before she ever walked on stage. that's what they are doing in regards to november 8th. >> we have seen in this cycle multiple times throughout the course of 17 days polls went from 6 to closing that gap. what does donald trump have to do? >> well, look, it's so erratic at this point. i think he just have to keep cooking what he is doing. hillary is going to keep doing what she is doing. the american people have already -- we know who these individuals are and i think that this is why there is such an effort on the left with the democrats to suppress the vote. to keep people feeling that this is already a done deal. and that's the only way they can because they can't persuade. donald trump is going to do that today though when it comes to getting more people out. first 100 days, speech in gettysburg about the economy and about national security. onto the issues and people -- that's what people want to hear. that's what they care about
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in this election. >> basketball player. if we were ahead we went into four corners offense to run out the clock. sometimes you're vulnerable when you think you are sitting on a load. is hillary clinton getting complacent? >> no, she is not. we are expanding the map. we are going into deep red states. >> trump is doing three or four rallies a day. >> in places where he is supposed to have won. is he in north carolina i don't know if i'm going to win or lose. he knows is he is going to lose. the truth of the matter is if you look at what hillary is doing, expanding the map. georgia is in play, texas is in play. arizona is in play. this is not a real close election here. we. >> we have got to governmental real quick down ballot. >> american care about the economy. they care about the issues. we have less men working in the prime ages 25 to 54 working right now than we did at the end of the great depression. 75% want change. >> ultimately these people are feeling it in their gut. >> voting is difference than expressing an opinion. >> i have husbands telling me don't tell my wife i'm
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voting for donald trump. that's not. >> republican democratic primary. >> we shall see this. debate is going to continue for 17 more days. tammy, brian, madison. thank you very much. we appreciate it? >> thank you. >> abby, over to you. >> turning now to headlines, russia denied a front row seat to the u.s. election process. three states now, oklahoma, texas, and louisiana have all turned down requests from the kremlin to send its diplomats to monitor polling stations on election day. this after russia is accused of hacking the dnc and emails in order to influence the election outcome. feminists are up in arms after wonder woman is named an hahn area u.n. ambassador. ♪ wonder woman. >> we all love her. the super heroin's image is meant to empower women. frustrated u.n. staffers say that the spot should go to a real and less sexualized woman. during u.n. speech stfers
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that always makes me mad. most polls of donald trump trailing hillary clinton with 17 days ago. professor with election results say trump will win. he is bringing his model. >> hillary clinton has a soft foundation for reform. >> it's like buying a starter home or building a starter home better than not having a home. you hope over time you make some improvements. >> he says it's a starter home. is it more like a house that needs to be completely rebuilt? professor and my good buddy brian brenberg takes a closer lock next ♪ wait until the party's over ♪ hold tight ♪ nasty weather ♪ does psoriasis ever get in the way of a touching moment?
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we're back with this, despite skyrocketing cost president obama is hailing obama care as first step in healthcare reform. >> it's like building a starter home or buying a starter home. it's a lot better than not having a home. but you hope that over time you make some improvements. >> we hope that over time we make some improvements so is obamacare important first step or time to knock it all counsel and start again. >> professor brian brenberg is the chair at kings college in new york city. he joins us with his reaction. great to see you this morning. >> great to see. >> you he says it was starter home. i remember when he was telling us it was a mansion. joint session of congress in a speech we are going to fix healthcare for all time. this is going to make everything perfect. why doesn't anybody say to him, you know, like compare the promise to the reality and there is a massive gap.
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>> he is certainly taking down the promise. i think it's even unfair to compare it to a starter home. what you are talking about here with a house with a foundation that's crumbling. the basic foundation economickings of obamacare doesn't work. people dropping out of the market. premiums going up. en i can't get the coverage i had last year. foundation is crumbling it is bad. >> governor of minnesota, our home state, had to admit that the affordable care act is utterly unaffordable. >> yes. >> how bad has it gotten for so many people? >> you are talking about high double digit rate increases year over year. that's not counting the fact that in many counties across the country you have one option. you have two options or fewer. 30% of the counties you have one option. that's not a marketplace. a market requires competition. there is no competition there. >> let's run threw some of these states, arizona has increased 50 to 75%. minnesota you see there 50 to 57%.
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tennessee 62%. georgia 67. a you talked about the foundation crumbling. the reason we are seeing it crumble and it was destined to happen from the beginning because young people aren't signing up. that was the whole thing you need young, healthy people to pay for this. they don't want to do. this i will tell you my friends don't want to do that. >> least surprising development we heard from. from the beginning young people don't want to buy a product you don't need. get more people enrolling in the program who are sick. insurance companies can't make money on that. drop out of the program. exactly what we have eaten over and over again. i think people find it insulting that you have the president saying this is a starter home when they are looking at 50% rate increases, come on. i can afford a startedder home. i can't afford these kind of increases. >> this is one of the biggest social changes of my lifetime. people have never bought into it. it has never had majority support in this country and force it down our throats anyway. listen to explanation why it's not working. this is unbelieve. obamacare as you know is not popular despite the fact that it's done so much good for the country.
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it's been bad pr but not bad on the substance. it's easy for insurance companies to blame someone else than for their own business decisions. >> so they haven't just spouted off propaganda about it. >> it's your fault. it's getting bad pr because the substance is bad. it merits bad pr. people are looking at big rate increases. seeing insurers leave the market. that's the reason we are getting bad pr here. legitimate reason why we are getting leaving it. the left can promise a big government program that's going to be a mansion and we have to promise the hidden hand of the market. how does a republican candidate speak to healthcare reform? >> great question. >> this is the problem because people are saying what's your alternative? what's your big comprehensive alternative? the answer is you don't need a big comprehensive alternative. markets aren't big comprehensive things. they are individual people transacting with each other. now, i do think republicans have had a problem. they haven't had a serious debate on this issue. they really haven't. here is some of the things we can be doing to bring prices down to expand coverage. health savings accounts.
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opening up purchases across state lines. these things matter. but they need somebody to cast that vision. they haven't had that debate seriously. they haven't had it in this election. that's the real problem. >> people are suffering big time. >> they're afraid to say what they think because they are cowards. >> brian, great thanks for being here. >> great to see you. the left slamming donald trump for saying the election is rigged. >> when you suggest rigging or fraud, without a shred of evidence, when you try to sow the seeds of doubt in poem's minds about the legitimacy of our elections, that undermines our democracy. >> all right. but our next guest says voter fraud is real and it should not be ignored. he is going to tell us why. >> buckle your seat belts, ed henry is here. he will be joining us live on the couch latest wikileaks revelations. something he has been covering. don't miss that ♪ don't bring me down ♪ yeah, so mom's got this cold.
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when you suggest rigging or fraud without a shred of evidence, when you try to so sow the seeds of doubt that undermines our democracy. >> blasting concerns that voter fraud is playing an should trump's worries be taken seriously. >> we bring in tributer to the federalist and real clear politics john. good to is he you this morning. >> good morning. >> half of all drivers license were issued to illegal aliens seeing this in other states too. why should it not be worried about voter fraud in if
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illegal immigrants have drivers license. >> when you have to get on airplane you have to show i.d. rent a car show i.d. buy a beer show i.d. push back look is racist. many minorities don't have i.d. to vote. having to show i.d. is racist. north carolina passed i.d. law which was struck down unfortunately. higher turnout than before. there is no evidence that this minority turnout. >> illegal immigrants being able to vote. people that have died that are able to vote. people that vote more than once. why is this so hard to detect? why are we even wondering if this is a real issue? because we have. so facts, right? you say this is a real thing. >> yeah. so if you look at almost every state that tries to keep any data on, this there are actually many cases of it happening. you look at virginia. there is over 1,000 illegal immigrants caught voting and this is only after they
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self-reported when they tried to renew their drivers license. so, also that did not even include the counties outside of the major metropolitan cities. these are in outlying areas. this is just 1,000 cases of people that reported themselves. imagine how many other cases there are of people not reporting. look at what is happening in colorado. a woman died in 2009. then she voted in 2011 and 2012. so there is actually quite a few cases of this happening. and the broader scale, pew research did a study in 2012 in which they found that one out of 8 voter registrations was inaccurate or invalid. amounts to 18 voter registrations in this country. almost 2 million dead people still on the roles. a really big issue. >> i agree with historical liberals on this bad people lose faith in the system. why wouldn't they spend their time trying to restore faith in the system rather than denouncing trump? >> this brings up a good question. people always asking you are the republicans doing this or democrats doing this? look who is fighting against it the most? >> exactly. unfortunately we are out of
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time. that's a great point. thanks for joining under the circumstances. >> thanks, john. >> thanks for having me. >> just getting started on this saturday morning. geraldo rivera and bill o'reilly. they are both going to join us live. i thought i married an italian. did the ancestrydna to find out i'm only 16% italian. so i went onto ancestry, soon learned that one of our ancestors was eastern european. this is my ancestor who i didn't know about.
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noted. it's been part of hillary clinton's consider campaign message for months. >> condemn all violence in our political arena. >> condemns all violence but no one told uncle joe. >> the press always asks me don't i wish i were debating him that's what i wish. >> joe wants to take him behind the gym. we have comments on that. we are glad you are here. third hour of mornings better with friends. ♪ ♪ >> two hours in now. >> as you said the show is almost over. >> hourglass. we are in the middle age portion of the show. starting to feel creeky. kidding we feel great. >> my dog is coming on the show today. >> also geraldo and o'reilly. >> just saying. we begin with the race for the white house. donald trump is gauging up
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for major speech today what first 100 days in office would look like. >> hallowed ground of gettysburg, pennsylvania. >> peter joins us live. good morning, peter. >> good morning. >> good morning, the reason trump is coming to gettysburg, pennsylvania because of the abraham lincoln connection. he gave the gettysburg address talking about uniting the country. is he going to come here in a few hours to give us a president trump's to do list for the first 100 days in office. trump's message lately has obviously been heavy on talk about the election being rigged against him. this is going to be a little bit of a departure from that talk of the rigged election. that message does seem to be hitting home for g.o.p. voters because half of republican voters polled by reuters in a new poll say they would not accept hillary clinton as their president and 70% of them think that she could only win if democrats use dirty tricks on election day which trump has also been talking a lot about recently. he is also now using some
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very urgent language to encourage early voting in swing states which is a bit of a departure from mostly encouraging people to get ready to go vote on election kay. >> early voting is underway so make sure you send in your ballot. we cannot take a chance of blowing it. we cannot take a chance. we have something we're so close it's a movement like they've never seen in this country before. never ever seen. don't blow it on november 8th. >> late last night trump tweeted this. quote, the media refuses to talk about the three new national polls that have me in first place. biggest crowds ever. watch what happens. and there are a handful of new national polls, tracking polls that show him in the lead over hillary clinton. but, obviously he needs to beef up his support in swing states like pennsylvania, which does appear to be at the top of the list for the strategists in trump tower because he was here for two events yesterday. is he coming back today.
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he is also adding some events later on this afternoon and this evening in virginia and ohio. so, a busy day for the republican nominee with 18 left until people head back to the polls. >> the sun is finally up where you are. >> beautiful day. >> one of our favorites there to one of our favorites here. great ed henry joining us on the couch. >> we can keep you all morning. you better deliver for us. >> oh, you mean for the show, cool. >> amazing video we can't really explain. hillary clinton back when she ran the state department back in the obama term lectured her staff on the vital importance. >> no. >> it's true of cyber security. >> come on. that's not on tape. >> you don't have that. >> 2010. watch that
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you just heard her say don't keep your server in your bathroom. >> i couldn't make it out. >> like an alien coming to invade the country. >> the guy who shot that video shot the video why aren't i 50 points ahead. it's grainy quality like what's going on here. it's do what i say not what i do, right? because another email emerged yesterday, by the way. that the fbi had recovered from her server during their investigation. we learned that while she was secretary of state, huma abedin said you know what? you are having communications problems. part of this is this personal account. we have to get you on a government account. remember, the whole story comes apart because at the beginning of this, in early 2015 when we learned about the server hillary clinton
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said it was just convenience, the personal account. it wasn't a big deal. i had permission. her own close aid huma abedin told her you should have a government account. what's going on here. >> speaking of huma aba dean. have you been all over the wikileaks stuff combing it been up all night combing it. >> a little bit. >> very powerful revelation in there about morocco and clear evidence of pay-to-play. a quote in an email by huma abedin where she points out this was hillary rodham clinton's idea. our office approached the moroccans and they believe they are doing this at her q the king has personally committed $12 million for the endocumented and to support the meeting it will break china to back out now when we had she created this mess and she knows it. >> now trump is saying she needs to give this money back. >> sure. first of all, at the end there about she created this mess, meaning hillary clinton, well you were doing a segment before, in fowler, who is awesome, he is making the case there is so much good work at the clinton
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foundation. so much good work why was huma abedin talking about an event the foundation saying she created a mess. i thought everything that was going on at the foundation was really, really awesome? what was going on there, why it was a mess, was that hillary clinton, according to huma abedin, not according to a critic on the outside solicited a 12-million-dollar contribution from the king of morocco. number one when hillary clinton was secretary of state her department put out a statement about human rights problems in morocco but now they will take $12 million number two in exchange she was saying in addition to that getting $12 million was hosting a clinton global initiative event in morocco in may of 2015. what was the problems, john podesta and robby mook were rightly saying you cannot go to morocco and collect a 12-million-dollar check in may of 2015 when she had just launched her campaign for president. >> that's what craziest of all she had already launched her petition for presidency. how are they concerned are
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they about it. over 20,000 emails looked through. this is one of the problems that have arisen from this. are they concerned? >> i think what they're worried about is the unknown, right? so, wikileaks has already put out 25,000 emails. yesterday, they said we have got 25,000 more. and we're putting them out by the way before the election. 16, 17 days await a minute every day they are goings to be pounding these out. who knows what's in there on the other hand, you have got to say despite all of the revelations, hillary clinton is winning. so they are not that worried. unless there is some bombshell tha we simply don't know about right now. they think they have weathered the storm. >> one point i don't think i have made enough. we have spent a lot of time on the clinton foundation. the clinton family personally has taken tens of millions of dollars human rights records abused women and guys. flat out payment for speeches. >> you make a good point. another wikileaks email we went through this week and reported on all week walls
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doug band a former clinton. now on the outside in part because of all of the mess back and forth. he wrote an email in 2011 john podesta why are you getting on my case about this outside company and conflicts of interest? he said there are literally 500. this is doug band, not anyone else. >> bill clinton's closest personal aid. >> 500 conflicts of interest at the foundation number one. northbound two he alleged in this email to john podesta bill clinton was collecting money in his own pocket not the foundation. personally collecting $5 million. clintons have taken all kinds of gifts from these sponsors? are these pens and coffee mugs? i don't know. i'm not just being flip. i don't know. he didn't specify. but i suspect there were more than coffee mugs. >> we can reasonably assume. >> golden elephant. >> even this morning we have seen surrogates start to defend the clinton foundation. she did in the debate defend the clinton foundation who does all this good work. jonah goldberg senior editor of the national review summed it up nicely what it
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should be of the clinton foundation. >> i have always seen the clinton foundation, yes, they do a lot of charitable good works but by my lights the charitable good works were a cost center like the electric bill. the reason why the foundation exists wasn't to do good works. it was to serve as sort of a place to park sicko fans like sidney blumenthal and other henchmen place to serve super pac. place to park campaign while they were government in exile. they had to justify all of this by doing doing charitable stuff. >> i'm going to steal lagruberuos. >> if you look back this election. you have covered it from the beginning. you could have defined as the election for the outsider, right? whether it was bernie sanders or dump, voters wanted something different. they wanted something different in washington. someone who does not abuse the system. here we are and one ever the nominees up in the polls could be our next president. could go down in history as
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being one of the worst abusers of taking advantage of the system. >> insider. hillary clinton has done a masterful job in the primary of sanders and now straddling change and insider. can i change things just enough that it won't be an obama third term. let's see if it works. >> give you exactly what you have had but a little bit better. >> way better. it's a starter home. >> it's a political levittown. >> great to see you guys. >> 25,000 more emails. >> i have got to go to work. good to see you. >> we do have other headlines to tell you about this morning. fox news alert. brand new emails on massive cycler attack that knocked down netflix, twitter, and amazon. experts say hackers using phishing software to infect home ware devices hike dvrs, personal cameras to take counsel those site. behind the attacks tweeting. this mr. assange is still alive and wikileaks is still publishing. we ask the supporters to
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stop taking down the u.s. internet. have you proved your point. and the navy now identifying the first american killed in the fight to take out isis in mosul. chief petty officer jason fin then. he died thursday after the armored car he rode in was struck by a bomb. california native roughly 100 u.s. service members assisting in that operation. he leaves behind a wife and a young son. so tragic. and panic at hillary clinton's campaign office after a suspicious substance is found inside a letter. interns finding the white powdery substance in a letter at clinton's d.c. office before taking it to her brook lynn headquarters. exposing two other people. emergency crews then evacuated the entire floor. police officials say the substance was tested overnight and is not considered dangerous. clinton was not at the office at the time. an athlete has been taking knee during national anthem. now those singing it are also joining in.
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♪ and bright stars ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ for the ramparts. >> that is lawrence kneeling before the performance during the miami heat game even wearing a black lives matter t-shirt. the heat released a statement saying we were unaunaware of it the first time. this is not the first time it has happened. two weeks ago a national anthem singer kneeled before saints game. >> this is going on in football. they are politicizing it the ratings, the numbers are going down. >> what we are seeing. >> makes my blood boil. >> hillary clinton 17 days to go. professor with stellar record of predicting elections says trump is going to win. he has got the model to prove it next. >> plus, we have got a great lineup come up. geraldo rivera, bill o'reilly, and more. including abby huntsman. >> and my dog. >> going to be a good show.
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a professor with a remarkable record of predicting election outcomes. and despite what recent polls say and what everyone in washington and on television is saying, this real clear politics poll, including this one, this man is sticking by his prediction of a trump victory. here to explain is stoney brook university professor. procedure, it's great to see you. >> good morning. thanks very much for having me. >> you are almost alone. >> yes. >> among academics predicting a trump win not because you are coming out for trump but because you have a model that you believe leads to the conclusion is he going to win. tell us about this model. how you have arrived to this conclusion? >> two things. the model is called the primary model so i take in account primary elections,
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real elections how the candidates are performing. and i can track primaries for about 100 years since 1912. it's quite a set of elections. >> yes. >> it usually turns out that the candidate that does better in his party's primary or her party primaries beats the other guy who does less well. so, in this election, the primaries that i'm relying on is only new hampshire and south carolina. >> yes. >> donald trump came out on top. better than hillary clinton. and the democratic race. >> that seems like a fair measure. and what's the other one? >> the other one is what i call the swing of the spend lump the tendency after, let's say, two terms of white house party being in office. >> yes. >> there is a change. and i can track that actually for a longer period of time for almost 200 years. and that also gives a prediction that republicans are favored this year. >> a lot of us in the tv business make pricks and then we say we believe it do we really believe it? >> um-huh. >> do we believe it enough to bet on it? do you believe your prediction enough to put
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your money in a legal way in a betting market behind your prediction. >> yes, i have. i have gone all in. and the iowa market. sort of the oldest prediction market legal to do that. and i bought shares of the republican candidate way, way long time ago. and i'm sticking with it? so with 18 days to go. are you still confident. >> yes, i am. >> is your wife upset? does she think you are going to lose the money or does she trust you. >> well, it's a $500 max. it's not the house. it's not the pension fund, et cetera. so, it's -- but it is something. >> how much chaos will there be among other professional predictors if trump wins? you will be almost the only person who called that. >> i think the only ones that really sort of big deal at stake are the pollsters. i mean because they have for them its big business. for economics it's different. quite a few colleagues that also have a prediction that trump is going to make it. i'm not the only one among academics who are doing that. >> interesting.
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>> i won't mention that because some of them are a little leary. >> i bet they are. this is professor -- i don't even know helmutnorpath. google him. you can read more. you are going to be a hero. >> primary model.com. >> if you are right, i hope you will will come back. >> thank you very much. i really enjoyed talking to you. >> thank you very much. >> a brand new fox news poll shows trump ahead of clinton 17 points with veterans. is this an accurate snapshot of where our veterans stand this morning? we have a panel of military vets here to break it down. plus, oprah winfrey is red to make what she says is a huge endorsement. not exactly a glowing endorsement though. >> people say i just don't know if i like her. she is not coming over to your house. >> good way to endorse someone. crystal ball and epstein here to debate that just ahead. ♪ still haven't found what i'm looking for
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>> that's right. with the holidays right around the corner companies are looking for extra help. >> they are. cheryl casone is out on our plaza, a little chilly out there with the companies offering some receivable work. cheryl, good morning. >> fall is here. and i know we are not even to halloween yet but christmas right around the corner. there is a company that's hiring. and they are doing great things for our military veterans. i want to bring in brandon stephens, the president of christmas decor. you are going to be hiring for the holidays. what type of jobs are you going to be filling for the christmas season? >> most of all we are looking for installers, crew leaders, administration, management, and sales. >> and you are across the country. you also have a program that i love it's called the decorate a family program where you give military veterans and their families a free winter wonderland for christmas for their home. >> this is a program we have done for about 14 years. we try to decorate about 200 homes nationally for military families for free. >> that's amazing. so what do the jobs pay? you have got about 3,000 jobs open for the holidays. i know people should start
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applying now for those jobs. >> that's right. we create about 3,000 jobs. we fall about $2,000 short of maximizing what we could be doing. but the pay goes, it depends on the market. >> i will tell you what my favorite holiday, brandon is christmas. >> thank you. >> looking forward to your as well. giving away those winter wonder lands. i love to eat a lot. i love bread. this is mike, the chairman and ceo of the great harvest bred company and the holidays people of course love bread and sweets and you will be for the holiday. >> fourth quarter best time of the year. pumpkin breads. great goodies for holiday gifts and best thanksgiving rolls ever. we do it all by hand. by hand means you hire people. >> you need people. >> we do. >> pumpkin bread, love it by the way. you will be expanding in the northeast; is that correct? >> we are. build about 60 stores in the northeast in the next four or five years that will create about 10,000 jobs. >> you need customer
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service, bakers. >> bakers. >> and sandwich makers. >> yes. >> i like the idea of being a sandwich maker sounds fun because i can't cook. i love the idea that he can do it for me. believe it or not, kids, when those report cards come in at the end of the semester you might need a tutor. this is ceo the tutor doctor. parents start hiring tutors when those bad report cards come in. i had no idea. >> this is busy time of year. you are not wanting to avoid the winter slide. we are hiring. >> frank and i met before. he has been on the show before. you have got the car? >> got the car. >> and you have also got. >> big apple in the big apple. >> and you are a new york guy we should say. where are you looking to hire this year? i know you are expanding again. >> we are expanding across the country. we have franchises in every location. california, illinois, new york, all over the place. >> kids across the country. kids across the country getting those bad report cards. frank, it's good to see you
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again. good to have you, again. finally, you know, i'm a big animal person. so, pet supplies plus millions, actually billions of dollars are spent on pets every single year. you are expanding this year, in particular for the holidays. >> absolutely. 60 billion-dollar industry. we are growing about 50 units a year. and right around the holiday season it actually gets crazy. americans spend about 350-million-dollars just in holiday costumes. >> for their pets. >> for their pets. >> abby huntsman if you are listening, i think you are. store team members, groomers and team leaders as well. in particular $350 million, guys, we spend on our pets for halloween. that is crazy. >> it's amazing. >> so there you go, abby. i don't know what you are going to dress up your dog as. but i'm going to stay out here and come up with ideas for you. >> snawz, love to say high to b b. >> love it. actually, later on in the show we have a parade for dogs in their halloween costumes. my dog is going to be here. >> oh, good. >> we will see you in a
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little bit then. >> thanks, cheryl. >> that's what we do. we're not ashamed because it's awesome. [ laughter ] >> all right. hillary clinton supporters roar every time she says this. >> i sure do want to make sure women get equal pay for the work we do. >> yeah. unless those women work for her at the clinton foundation in which case they don't get equal pay at all. >> small detail. >> and the national anthem protest they have spread, unfortunately, across the country. we just showed you this disgusting video. a singer at nba game neiling. our panel of veterans are going to weigh in on that issue next. ♪ for the ramparts we watched ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ introducing the first-ever infiniti qx30 crossover. visit your local infiniti retailer today.
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now earn a free night when you stay with us just two times. book direct at choicehotels.com. a brand new fox news poll of likely voters shows donald trump ahead by 17 points aamongs amongst veteranss this an accurate analysis where vets in the military stand. retired marine corps captain and karen lou ler, former u.s. intelligence officer andrew peek and retired senior u.s. army intelligence officer lieutenant colonel shaffer. thank you all very much for joining us. >> thank you. >> we'll go ladies first. this particular poll, what do you think -- is this an accurate reflection of how veterans feel. >> i actually don't know any -- a lot of veterans who are planning to support trump. i'm personally going to vote for hillary clinton because i think she is the most qualified person for the job. >> do you know any veterans support trump. >> aside from the people on this panel i actually don't.
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qualified can mean many things, not necessarily like 100 percent in alignment with political beliefs, experience, fitness for the role and in my opinion trump has untested volatile and divisive. >> how about your experience. >> a lot of experience all bad for hillary. have you got to look at the record. syria, him i can't destabilized everything. the accountability not there. as one who actually had to testify before congress about wrongdoing, you want to have people held accountable. hillary has been held unaccountable for nothing. adopt policies which we have seen failed in europe. was in over in england the issue of border security is huge. the idea she wants to import the problems that germany has and belgium has and france has is insane. the people i know that trump is going to bring to the table i trust them. >> open borders are a problem. >> absolutely. >> lock at the cross tabs ask veterans what the biggest job is for them vet
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reflect the issue for them as well. >> i think it's that because if you look back veterans support for trump is a little bit unchanged from romney in 2012 and from the house republicans during the wave in 2014. and romney's national security positions were radically different than trump's, right. he was ultra interventionist. trawl leaning on the world stage. commonality is that a veterans are just naturally more republican made of republican leaning groups also it's a change election. >> to that point, is this a policy thing for veterans with trump or is it a gut thing? what do they see in trump. >> i think it's a gut reaction. five of us sworn to uphold the -- supreme court looms large. already open seat. the might president might get three or four appointments. hillary clinton far left judges. she doesn't mention fidelity to the constitution as a requirements for being a supreme court justice in the hillary clinton administration. she basically said we want a
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community activist on the supreme court. >> it's shocking when we have gotten to a point where an answer to a question about supreme court justice does not include upholding the constitution. amazing. speaking of our country, start of the coal bin kaepernick and seen national anthem singers showed a clip leading into this national anthem singer kneeling while singing the national anthem. i want to get a where you have raised your hand to defend the country. >> it is definitely offensive. we were talking about this. that person doesn't have to stand up there and sing the national anthem if they don't want to do that i think it's highly inappropriate. you sudden sting while you are singing the national anthem. >> what does it mean to you. >> it sacrifice of those who served before us. everything from washington's army to the president. it's not about what exists now. we all recognize things need to be changed. that's what this elections is all about. it's about respecting the past, our history and those who sacrificed.
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>> you and i went to princeton university. left wing everybody would stand for the anthem then what's changed. >> it's become culturally acceptable. you know, this is no faster way to raise national profile than protest the national anthem on some high profile stage like a super bowl or the national anthem, you no he, whatever. >> we are not even just seeing it at the super bowl. we are seeing it as the high school football games. seeing local stuff. what does this tell us about what's infected our culture? >> i think it's a reflection of how divided we are. nothing in the past unified us more than the national anthem from the richest american to the poorest american from the soldier to the civilian. it was a source of unity. now it's being used as a tool to divide us and score political points. that's wrong. i have to say i think the last 8 years of this administration has led to us this point there were so many opportunities for president obama to step in and heal and instead he helped divide. >> yeah. when i talk to other veterans i feel that outrage. they just want to say, you know, stand up. if we all took a knee
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because something was wrong we would all take a knee forever because this country isn't perfect. by god people have given your lives you know i know so many people have given much for this country. it's the national anthem have you been a fantastic mega military panel. thank you all for joining us. >> abby, over to you. >> turning now to headlines and russia denied a front row seated to the u.s. election process. three states now, oklahoma, texas, and louisiana have all turned down requests from the kremlin to send its diplomats to monitor polling stations on election day. and this after russia is accused of hacking the dnc and providing wikileaks with emails in order to influence the election outcome. hillary clinton may claim she is all for closing the gender pay gap, but leaked emails are exposing the opposite. according to wikileaks, the clinton foundation paid women less than men. a payroll schedule showing on average men earned about $68,000 in 200 2011, compared to women who earned about $64,000. ruth bader begins bugg is
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hanging up her robe for a new role. the supreme court justices making her official offer debut next month for one night only. she is going to play a dutches in the daughter of the regiment on its opening night at the kennedy center in d.c. but don't expect to hear justice ginsburg singing the frequent opera goer only has a speaking role. i would love to hear her sing. >> i would, too. >> i wouldn't. >> that took you a minute. >> replay the tape for sure. let me say that transitioning now. a powerful and turns out deadly storm hammering the northeast bringing with it severe flash flooding. >> more than half a foot of rain falling in parts of massachusetts as you can see turning certain roads into rivers. >> wow. and in pennsylvania a man is killed when a tree crashes on to his house. luckily rick reichmuth is tracking the storm's path. what is going on? what is the latest, rick? >> i will tell you what, we have had incredible drought going on across the northeast. we desperately need the rain. get the rain falling quickly. a lot of the leaves that
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have come down with it clogs up all the drains. that's why we get this flooding so quickly. a little bit more rain going on right now. the temperatures starting to cool down. it will get very chilly across much of the eastern seaboard by the time we get towards tonight and tomorrow. you already see the cooler temperatures in place. 45 in memphis. you can see the cooler air has settled in. today we will see this stead from stream of moisture, especially across eastern parts of new york. and once this storm kind of polls off toward the east a little bit, you will start to see snow across the higher elevations in new york and vermont. get ready, it is getting chilly. down to the southeast, it feels like fall finally. very dry conditions. humidity is gone. plenty of sunshine into the northern plains. this is where we are a little bit warmer, especially across the high plains, alliance, nebraska 80 degrees. few more record temperatures broken across the desert southwest again today. all right, guys. back to you. >> thank you, rick. >> thanks, rick. >> joe biden says he wants to beat up donald trump.
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>> the press always asks me don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school and i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. [cheers and applause] >> so should we hold him to the trump standard and take him literally and adding to this climate of hate? mainstream media is not doing that how come? >> guests here to debate it next. >> putting the metal to the pedal. nascar truck. austin wayne joins us live from talladega. that is coming up. that's a good-looking truck. ♪ ♪ ♪ shut up and drive ♪ drive ♪ drive ♪ freedom has made america exceptional,
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closer to a deal to buy time warner. 80 billion-dollar arrangement could be sealed this weekend it would merge at&t with time warner's entertainment empire that could include tbs, cnn, hbo, warner brother studios and more. here is something to toast. strike is over. unionized labor reaching a settlement after picketing for nearly a week at two bourbon facilities in kentucky. the bill expected to be back to making famous drink on monday. whoa, cheers go around. abby? >> thank you, tucker. joe biden took the mike yesterday to say he wants to step into the ring with donald trump. take a listen. >> the press always asks me don't i wish i were debating him? no i wish we were in high school and i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. >> oh, joe. but the media has been silent on the vice president's word. is this a double standard? >> you can imagine if mike pence had said that he would
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like to just go up and slap hillary clinton? just think of the outrage. that's all we would be seeing on television this weekend. >> is he right? here to debate journalist, activist, and senior fellow at new leaders council crystal ball and boris enstein. good morning to both of you. thanks for being here. crystal, start with that we had governor mike hub beon this morning. we asked that very question if that were said about hillary clinton, wouldn't people be totally outraged. >> these old guys are getting feisty. >> yeah. >> that's not nice, old? >> true. >> so a couple things. first of all, the media has covered. i actually heard about this on rachel maddow show last night. she called on him to apologize. not like there has been complete silence. also, is he not a candidate. he is the surrogate. i will stipulate this is not him taking the high road. you know i love joe biden. >> you do. i know that. >> this is not the west moment for him. there is also a difference in terms of when trump was inciting violence at his rally.
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it was against ordinary citizens. against protesters, powerless people. joe biden in this context is talking about a man, donald trump, who has consistently bragged about abusing his power to take advantage of the powerless. so, it is a different dynamic. the other thing biden is a surrogate. he is not the candidate. >> the reality is though, you talk about this vulgar language coming from men and this campaign cycle in general. politics aside of the language that we're using and you mentioned, you know, joe biden and not running this time but the dnc had reportedly has been in trouble with sending people to donald trump rallies. >> talk about inciting violence. >> so this is a problem on both sides. >> violence being incited at rallies are those being paid by the dnc and paid by the clinton camp. that's where that comes from. joe biden 10 millionth time joe biden has stepped it n his career. joe biden get about the same amount of votes for president than sarah palin did as mayor of wasilla. not too politically gifted.
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i think could take any day of the week. >> i think we need a woman to clean this up. >> a woman but not that woman. >> speaking of a woman. oprah winfrey who you remember last time for president barack obama was all over the place campaigning for him. she has been radio silent for him this time around for hillary clinton. she came out and spoke about it take a listen to what she said. >> all the people i hear this all the time. you get in a conversation and there is not a person in this room who hasn't been in the same conversation. where people say i just don't know if i like her. she is not coming over to your house. [ laughter ] you don't have to like her. you don't have to like her. >> you don't have to like her. but you need to vote for her. chricrystal you were outspoken about elizabeth warren. there are people who may
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vote for her but they aren't excited about it. they aren't in love with hillary clinton. >> that that is reality people don't like either of these candidates. people in love with these candidates are already voting for them. fairly effective messaging for oprah to say you know what? she is a nasty woman. she doesn't need your love. she just needs your vote. i think you can respect the heck out of her steely determination, especially over the course of last throw debates and want to see them in the oval office and not think that they are going to be your best friend or vote for them for prom queen. >> tough to respect someone lifelong liar. >> i heri hear tucker chuckling in the background. >> that used to be true and changed in the recent poll. >> as far as barack obama is concerned. enthusiasm and a lot of minority groups that obama coalition. hillary clinton simply does not have that behind her. look at polls like arizona oversample democrats by 20 points. that's not going to happen. what's going to happen. >> the polls have skewed.
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>> our people. take a look. >> your candidate has done an awful lot to motivate a lot of democrats out there. you see that in the early voting. >> hillary clinton should be in jail. >> we >> we're going to have to leave it there, guys, thanks for being here this morning. 17 days to go, unbelievable. all right. we already paid them $400 million for hostages, now iran wants to make another deal with the u.s. how much do they want this time? plus, look who's joining us on this saturday morning. geraldo rivera, and yes, bill o'reilly, they are both here live. you do not want to miss it.
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welcome back. so what happens when an ordinary suburban couple gets a new set of mysterious neighbors? the new action-packed comedy "keeping up with the joneses" hits theaters this weekend. michael tamaro caught up with cast members. >> that's right. star-studded cast gave me an inside look at some of their favorite moments in the film. how would you describe this movie to someone -- >> i feel like it's mr. and mrs. smith had some kind of hobbit as neighbors, zack gal -- >> it's a weird movie with funny jokes. >> i think we've seen so many spy movies that it is wish full mment to have suburban people sort of step into that.
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>> we need evidence. >> i just want to make sure this is not paranoia. >> there's a missile. >> car chasing with the motorcycles, how intense was shooting that? >> for me because i was behind the wheel for not a majority of it but for a significant portion of it actually controlling the car with three other live people in it and cameras attached to it and other people. so there's a lot to think about and a lot to be aware of and you obviously don't want anything to go badly. >> he knew what he was doing, but no one relayed that to me. i thought, geez, a madman driving fast, get me out of the car. >> for them it was probably just pure terror. >> yeah. >> you are not in control at all. >> john is not a stunt driver. why is he driving the car? >> well, just flip the last one. >> flip the cookie! >> the chemistry on the movie was incredible, i have a feeling it's all very real and all came very naturally. >> i really only knew matt, but they're all awesome people.
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and that love comedy just gives way to a wonderful time. >> the big reason that the film works is the central for people really get along in a weird way that you can kind of believe that these two odd couples would be halting friends. >> we're the joneses. >> in theaters this friday. >> we don't get out very often, so we really like to make the most of it. >> i mean, abby, he's getting on my nerves already. keeping up with the joneses now in theaters across the country and check out foxnewsmagazine.com for more of my celebrity interviews or follow me on twitter. and you can vote who's going to win this weekend's box office. abby did already. >> tucker's rolling his eyes. >> moving on. thank you very much. the trump/pence campaign is putting a pedal to the metal. driver austin wayne felts joins us live from talladega.
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bathroom. bill o'reilly is here on that coming up. plus, the first step in defeating your enemy is identifying by it by name. >> you know that i'm going to first of all denounce the utilization of this intrusion by wikipedia through the russian intrusion. that's what this is about. >> we can never seem to get that denunciation of radical islam, but did democrats just declare war on wikipedia? we're not declaring war on anyone. glad you're here with us. mornings are better with friends. ♪ you know that name. bill o'reilly, host of our 8:00 program here on fox, the biggest show on all cable news, he's joining us later in the hour. i'm excited for that. >> i do love bill. i love everyone here. >> and he loves you. >> i love geraldo rivera. a roaming correspondent. >> roaming at large. >> how do you get that title? >> i don't know.
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i woke up one day and i was kind of unhinged or unconnected -- disconnected. >> so trump's in gettysburg, site of the most famous speech in american history. he's going to be laying out his staff says an agenda for the first 100 days in office should he win. what do you think that should be? >> i think it's purely theoretical because i don't think he'll have 100 days. i think his days are numbered, dwindling down to a precious few. >> let's say he gets your vote and wins. >> i am undecided, and we can have that discussion if you want, but i think that what trump has to lay out is a traditional republican agenda. an agenda of low tax, get the regulators off your back, strong military, projected power where appropriate but being, you know, very -- have a lot of discretion about when you apply the power. stress the least controversial of his positions. i don't want him to mention a wall. all that does is alienate latino
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voters. >> but energize people initially did i hear your first part of the election basically concede the election, you think it's over? >> i do. >> let me put it this way, if trump were to win given the polls that i see now that have hillary up by six-plus, it would be the biggest political upset in modern history, not just american history but modern history. it's not like brexit. it's a much bigger gap. >> he's saying it's like brexit. and i covered brexit, the results when they came in overnight here at fox. and the mainstream media the polls were all saying there's no way this is actually going to happen. and everyone woke up that next morning totally in shock saying this was so surprising on so many levels. he's saying the same thing could happen here in the u.s. and we aren't seeing it in the polls and mainstream media. >> i agree. but remember brexit was a two, three point spread. and there's a lot of, you know, disbelief on the remains that it would ever go, that people would ever do something so bold. and some say so self-destructive. this is different. these polls have not really
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changed very much. hillary has almost always -- 95% of the time been in the lead. this would be bigger than truman/dewy. remember that famous headline. this is even bigger, bigger marge into overcome. and he's not going to get the women. he's just not. >> you may be right about that. it's clearly a big gap to close. but on the other hand is there a boomerang effect because of the press coverage? when i watch other channels it does seem like to be totally blunt a bunch of entitled rich kids sneering at america's middle class. i wonder if there aren't a lot of voters saying i'm mixed about trump, i'm not into that at all and i want to send a message to those people. >> let me just paint a more vivid alternate vision. a woman who has been yelled at by her husband or some man in her life or who has been undervalued or has been left to take care of the kids when the
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husband runs off with this or that, think of all of the resentments, all of the subtle resentments that women have endured and have gone on and have coped and now it's election day, now donald trump represents every misfeasance that every man ever committed against any woman. i think it's going to be a huge margin. the main line in philadelphia, for example, is going to go hillary all the way. >> yeah. >> i just really think this will be women electing the first woman in a historic wave election. i think the senate is -- hangs precariously as a republican i see the senate hanging precariously in the balance. the house the republicans will keep with single digits, but i think this will be a wave election. >> but the numbers have also shown us jobs and the economy matter. so if that husband doesn't have a job, there could be a scenario where that changes also. go to bill clinton and get your commentary -- >> can i comment on.
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>> sure. >> just one second. >> remember, this is going to be a huge christmas hire. you're going to have hundreds of thousands of temporary people going to work right at the right time from the democrats' point of view. i think unemployment we're virtually going to be a fully employed society. >> i'm sorry, let me call silly on that. working for a month in an l.l. bean call center is not an answer to unemployment problem. >> it's about your vibe, tucker. it's about how i feel about myself. now i get six weeks -- eight weeks of a full wallet. >> but we're watching people take a knee during the national anthem. we're watching our cops be attacked. that's the vibe i see from the american people as opposed do i have a one-month job or not. we had mike huckabee on earlier, he talked about the hidden vote. i think that's the question. how many people they may not love every aspect of what donald trump has said, but the anxiety is deep about their country. couldn't it be higher or greater than people think? >> i disagree.
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i was horrified when i saw that person singing the star spangled banner, anthem on a knee. but when you see the ratings of the nfl, for instance, plummeting because people absolute determination not to witness something like that. i didn't watch this football game to see sister soldier. i watched this football game to see a touchdown. i think what you'll see -- my counterargument is an upswell in patriotism even though they've determined in this country that hillary clinton is the secon un first most unpopular person is donald trump. and i think history will regard the "access hollywood tape" as being a pivotal moment in contemporary 21st century. >> but how sad is that? i think you are similar to a lot of people who are still like i don't know who i want to vote for yet. because as you mentioned both candidates have maybe the highest unfavorables we've ever seen. we just witnessed the last debate where they didn't even give each other a handshake.
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i mean, when did everything just start to fall apart? chris wallace said this well yesterday, events like the al smith dinner are like the glue that should hold this country together in times when we do feel so far apart. he said i worry that that glue is falling apart. and here we sit with people not happy with either choice in a time we need someone to step up and lead more than ever, geraldo. so what's going to change your vote? what will make you decide one way or the other? >> abby, i agree with your sentiment about the al smith dinner and the dysfunction it revealed. but the only reason i'm undecided has nothing to do with the issues. really has nothing to do with the issues. on the issues there's no doubt i would vote for hillary clinton -- not half a second thought about it, but it's just donald trump has been so good to me and my family with real affection and respect and friendship that it's very difficult to say to your friend, like i like you, i really like you. i think you're amazing talent, tucker. but you and i don't agree on almost anything.
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>> it's true. >> but if you were running for class president, i would be very tempted to vote for you just because i like you. i think you're charismatic -- >> oprah says you don't need to like her, you just got to vote for her. >> oprah's right. but i love what she said. you're not having her over to your house, girlfriend. trump is much more likely to come to my house than hillary. >> they're making a contradictory argument. they're saying ignore hillary clinton's personally unappealing characteristics but focus on trump's. that's what bothers me about the billy bush tape. i hated watching it. it made me feel sick to my stomach. but america is in a place of real peril economically everyone i know follow ths stuff is worried about going off the cliff. so to have a tape like that define your vote at a time just when we're pivoting as a country, doesn't seem important enough to determine vote. >> first of all, i blame billy bush for this rain. every inconvenience i've ever suffered i'm going to blame on billy bush. i think it's scapegoat for the
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republicans to use him -- >> i'm not saying that, it's there are bigger issues. >> but when you look at the issues, say you just happen to be a latino person, and for half a century one of the most prominent at least notorious hispanics in this country, here is my friend donald trump saying he's going to build a wall, here he's going to have a deportation force, he has done things and said things -- let's say you're disabled and, you know, that the developmentally disabled has been such a big part and he's making fun of disabled reporter. let's say you're a muslim, i have so many muslim friends and he's going to exclude muslims. there's so many things that he says that are so unnecessary -- >> that's shallow. >> that's not shallow. >> what if you want the rule of law? what if you don't want people in a time of war crossing your border unimpeded? it's not just one side. we have a clip of bill clinton who's slamming old white people who oppose immigration. >> all those gray haired white
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people. >> these people who are spreading all this division and bad mouthing america and bad mouthing our future, they're against immigration reform when the only thing that we got keeping us young right now are our first generation americans. how are all these folks -- all these guys like me, all these old gray haired white guys how do they think our -- >> takes one to know one, right? old gray haired white guy. >> when is it okay to attack people on base of race? i want to know rules. >> i'll give you 15 seconds. russia has an aging, shrinking population because there's no immigration. the united states has a vibrant growing population with these young brown backs going to support social security going forward. >> it's how you talk about it though. it's how you talk about it.
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to tucker's point, if you were going to group any other group of people like that, like these old gray haired men, that would not fly, and you know that, geraldo. >> i do, abby. i think you're a very gracious person. i disagree with you, but i agree with you, abby. >> okay. >> my rule is if you want to say something about latinos, then you're a latino, if you're a black guy, say something about black people -- >> it's fine. >> you can always make fun of your own group, just don't do it when it's somebody else's group. >> there's your rule. >> i'm having trouble keeping up with this. let's not generalize on race. >> i like that. thanks, geraldo. roaming correspondent. >> roaming at large large, unhinged. >> all right. wikileaks just dropped more e-mails. our own ed henry is going through them right now in the green room and we'll bring them to you. and what does donald trump need to say in his speech at gettysburg today? his address, the man who wrote "killing lincoln" bill o'reilly joins us just ahead. plus, national anthem protests continue to spread. even the singers are getting
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just 17 days now we're back with the race for the white house. and we are just hours away from donald trump's address at gettysbu gettysburg. you can see it live right here on the fox news channel. >> that's right. the gop nominee expected to outline what his first 100 days in the oval office would look like. peter doocy is live from the scene in gettysburg ready to address us ahead of the rally. peter, what's going on? >> yes, here's my gettysburg address, tucker and abby and pete. donald trump you can tell how important pennsylvania is to him and his campaign planners in trump tower in new york by all of his trips here in the last 24 hours he made two yesterday for rallies and then one here this
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morning about an hour from right now. he does trail in the keystone state by six points in the real clear politics average of polls. obviously trying to narrow the gap as quickly as possible, but he's also trying this morning to draw attention to a handful of national tracking polls that show him in the lead. so late last night he tweeted this, quote, the media refuses to talk about the three new national polls that have me in first place, biggest crowds ever, watch what happens. today, trump is set to lay out his to-do list for the first 100 days in the white house if he wins. and he picked gettysburg, we're told, because this is where lincoln gave the gettysburg address at a time the country was split and he managed to start uniting people, which trump is trying to do right now. it remains to be seen if there's going to be any new proposals this morning or if this is just going to be the things we've already heard presented in order of importance. he did though give us a little bit of a preview last night. >> we're going to be doing a lot of things. we're going to be lowering taxes.
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we're going to be strengthening our border. we're going to be getting rid of regulations, the regulations are going to be gone. look at this country what's happening with regulations and we need them for security and certain things like the environment, but our regulations are just taking over our companies. we can't compete anymore. we're going to be terminating, repealing and replacing obamacare. we're going to be saving our second amendment. there are a lot of things, sean, it's going to be very special. >> and all of trump's recent talk about the election being rigged against him does seem to be really sinking in with republican voters because there's a new reuters poll that shows 50% of republicans would not accept hillary clinton if she -- as their president if she wins the election. and 70% of them think the only way hillary clinton could win on november 8th is if there is illegal voting or election rigging going on. back to you in manhattan. >> that was a great gettysburg address, peter. only the best from you. >> little longer than the
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original, but still profound. >> fore score, well done, peter. >> thanks. well, joe biden says he wants to beat up donald trump behind the gym. watch this. >> the press always asks me, don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. >> whoa! settle down, tough guy. what if trump had said that? would people have gone bonkers in the media? oh, yeah. bill o'reilly gives his take in just minutes. and the trump/pence campaign putting the pedal to the metal with nascar truck with their logo. austin joins us live from talladega super speedway, that is next. guess what guys, i switched to sprint. sprint? i'm hearing good things about the network. all the networks are great now. we're talking within a 1% difference in reliability of each other. and, sprint saves you 50% on most current national carrier rates.
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welcome back. we've got some quick headlines for you. first up, holding the united states for ransom. iran demanding billions more to free hostages held there. iran sentencing an iranian american businessman and his 80-year-old father to ten years in prison for allegedly helping enemy states. now they want a payout of as much as $2 billion to set them free. follows the obama administration's decision to pay $1.7 billion in cash to that country earlier this year part of a deal that included releasing hostages. jackson denounces wikipedia? oh, yeah. >> you know that i'm going to first of all denounce the utilization of this intrusion by wikipedia through the russian intrusion. >> the texas democrat perhaps
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the most flamboyant member of congress. instead she denounced the free online encyclopedia, no word yesterday if the obama administration is launching a cyber war against wikipedia, but of course we'll keep you posted. the only source for many kids' term papers. >> wikipedia. when a nascar driver gets behind the wheel at talladega today, he's also getting behind donald trump. >> austin wayne self if showing his support with a trump-pence make america great again truck. you can see it right there. >> here to explain it all 20-year-old rookie driver with the truck team. austin, great to see you this morning. we were talking in the commercial break and we just assumed this was part of a media buy by the trump campaign, but it's not. it's something you did voluntarily, right? >> yeah. this was a decision made by me and my father and the race team. initially it was to gain attention and remind people to get out and vote and how important this election is to
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our country. i think it's one of the most important elections we've had to date. it's definitely got a lot of attention and i think it's important to go out and vote. >> this is your first time voting, why are you voting for donald trump? >> yeah, this is my first time. i've been watching elections for the past few elections and i'm tired of seeing politicians get into office and not do what they say they're going to do. i haven't seen a politician i've really been able to stand behind, so trump being a businessman, a successful businessman, i feel like he knows what it takes to manage the country, manage a big group of people. and i think as any successful businessman knows, and i think trump knows this, it's important for a businessman says he's going to do. >> it says so much about a 20-year-old to come out and be so confident during such a divisive election cycle. this is the first time you're debuting the truck in the race today. what has the response been,
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austin? we do reports here at fox all the time on folks showing trump signs on lawn or elsewhere and getting vandalized or made fun of or fights begin, what has the response been to you? >> it's been half and half really. on the social media we've seen a lot of support. and we've seen a lot of people not agree with what we're doing. but that's the great thing about our country. we have the freedom of speech. i respect everybody's opinion. so even the people that disagree with it it humbles me to see that. but here at the racetrack it's been awesome. we've had a lot of fans come in, you know, nascar's a big family sport, the fans are a bunch of families here. and seeing those people support me and support what's going on has been really cool. but we've had both sides. we've had a bunch of people support and a bunch of people not agreeing. >> so, austin, i'm asking you live and work in nascar world, give us a sense of what percentage of nascar drivers, fans, mechanics, sponsors are
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supporting hillary clinton this year. is there a hillary clinton nascar vehicle out there? >> i'll tell you in the garage area you got a bunch of hard working people in the garage area. i've had nobody come up to me in the garage area telling me they don't agree with what i'm doing. but there's plenty of fans out there that might be going for hillary. but, you know, when you come to the racetrack it doesn't matter. everybody's here to watch great racing. we're at talladega, the sun's shining so at the racetrack i haven't had anybody come up to me, on social media you do see some nascar fans that support hillary. but that's great. you know, it's a sport that's diverse but it's cool to see everybody come together especially this time of the year where people seem to separate. it gets kind of diverse. it's cool to see people no matter what their background is politics come together and just enjoy racing. >> exactly. we're looking at the trump behind you, it's a beautiful looking truck. did you decorate that all
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yourself? just quickly. >> well, we had a lot of help. my father and the media team -- i mean, the best thing i did and i think the past couple weeks i felt like i did pretty good job getting my hair ready for this today. >> you really did. we were just talking about that. >> most importantly. >> you look great. >> you look fabulous. >> good luck today. if you win today i think people might point to this right here. >> they might. thank you. >> thank you. all right. moments ago wikileaks dropping some more e-mails chlgt. we already know there's more bernie bashing in there. ore own ed henry has went through them. >> that was wikileaks, right? plus, what does donald trump need to say in his gettysburg address today? t bill o'reilly is next. stick around because we let the dogs out for our halloween costume show, even my dog is coming. don't want to miss it. look how cute. you can run an errand.
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a lot about this. what should he say, do you think, in his speech in gettysburg today? >> well, i mean, i think that trump has to basically come across as more authoritative and level headed. i don't know if that word covers it, but after the al smith dinner and other things that he has to come across as a guy who is a serious person who's looking out for the folks rather than himself. gettysburg obviously is very emotional to the americans who understand their country. and he has an opportunity there to explain maybe some race relations. that's probably where i would use it. and he has an opportunity to make a good policy speech. >> yeah. that's what he's hoping for. so, bill, you've written about so many incredibly important moments in this country's history. if you were to write a book say 15, 20 years from now about this election cycle, about what has
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played out, how do you think we're going to be writing about it? how are we going to be talking about this in years to come? >> it depends who wins the election. that's obviously going to put things into perspective. what's happened here, abby, is that you have had a mi mini revolution among voters. that's how trump won the nomination. and that's why he's put together a base that's loyal to him still after all that has happened. so they're tired of the way the country's being run. that's without a doubt a fact in stone. tired of it, what they call a change agent, that's a cliche, but want somebody to blow it up and start again. now, that's about 40%, i think, of the electorate. that's a lot. but it's not enough to win. now, on the other side you have secretary clinton who has a huge opportunity at the al smith dinner and blew it.
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you have her who's basically going to run government the way it's run, been run the last 16 years. not going to change very much, but has gone very, very left. and that upsets a lot of people. that's why she hasn't pulled away. >> bill, months ago, you know, mainstream media almost universally condemned donald trump because they said he was inciting violence at his rallies. we now know those agitators were paid to be there in retrospect, but vice president joe biden was on the trail yesterday and used some similar language. i'm going to play that sound and get you to react to it. >> the press always asks me, don't i wish i were debating him? no, i wish we were in high school, i could take him behind the gym. that's what i wish. >> bill, will they take him literally and condemn him as well? >> no. but, i mean, i don't think that comment is -- look, you're looking at a situation where the
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democratic establishment is trying to defect, right? they're trying to deflect away from the wikileaks stuff, they don't want to talk about it so they want to always come back to donald trump. i mean, that's what anybody would do in a political campaign. so that biden knows that comment's going to get a lot of attention, but it's not going to be attention on biden. it's going to be attention on how bad trump is. so that's why they do it. >> so you now have over 20,000 of these e-mails leaked out from wikileaks. i know you have searched through all of these. bill, what is most kconcerning o you when you look at all these things that have come out in hillary clinton's campaign and the people she's surrounded by? >> well, nothing's come out about hillary clinton, that's what you need to understand. if you want to cover this race fairly, you have to be accurate. so there's no e-mails from hillary clinton. none. it's all podesta, john podesta.
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and he's the campaign chief and her -- podesta's a nasty guy, he is, everybody knows that. podesta knows he's a nasty guy. so you're getting a view into what the clinton administration will be if she wins because podesta will be running the white house. so he's nasty. and voters got to say, well, it's not her but it's something she's comfortable with. that's the story. >> right. so i want to ask quickly about something you said a minute ago. you said if hillary wins, she'll run government as it's been run for the past 16 years. you're including the bush administration in that. >> right. >> do you see common themes between the bush and obama administration? >> one common theme, that they were not willing to come out of the establishment to be creative and solve problems. they were not willing to do that. so if you look back, president
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bush, the younger, the big accomplishment is protecting us after 9/11. and he did that. he did that. there's no doubt about it. he protected this country and he was a patriot in doing what he thought was necessary. did he make mistakes? yes, he did. okay. but he was successful. president obama big establishment is obamacare, which is falling apart right now. and it's not going to be around much longer. but both accomplishments came within the establishment. they didn't go out of the establishment. they didn't say, hey, you know, we need to get race relations, for example, that's the best one. we need to improve that. we need to improve the plight of the people living in the poor precincts. what happened? it got worse. it's worse now than it was 16 years ago. that's what i'm talking about. >> it's really unfortunate thing for sure. bill, we've got to ask you,
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you've had so many successful best selling books, you have a new one out right now called "killing the rising sun." tell us about it. >> this looks fabulous. >> well, we sold about 700,000 copies in the first six weeks out, so it's been a monster success. and it is a book that was written for people who really want to know the true nature of the country, all right. what america the essence is, because we hear so many bad things about us now. when you understand after reading "rising sun" that the marines and the naval people, they were 18, 19 and 20, these guys, that invaded e e ed iwo wouldn't surrender and committing atrocities all day long, these were kids, and then the book pivots into the atom bomb and why it was dropped and the unbelievable destruction we put you right on the ground when that bomb drops in hiroshima.
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it's harrowing. i tell everybody don't read the book if you have a weak stomach. it's really a tough read. but it's so necessary to understand what happened. and they don't teach it in school. >> no, they don't. >> that is the sad thing. luckily we've got you for that, bill. it's such an important moment in our country's history and an important book to write. thank you for doing it. >> look, the value of this book is that you learn but it's fun to read. it's entertaining to read. you know the tune. there's a lot of great stuff in that book. we hope everybody checks it out. >> thank you for bringing history alive for the next generation of americans who need to remember it. thank you, bill o'reilly. >> good to talk to you. >> thank you, bill. >> okay, guys. >> thanks for getting up so early. we have other headlines to get to this morning starting with this panic at hillary clinton's campaign office after a suspicious substance is found inside of a letter. interns finding the white powder in a letter at clinton's manhattan based office before taking to brooklyn headquarters,
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exposing two other people. emergency crews then evacuated the entire floor. police officials say the substance was tested overnight and is not considered dangerous. clinton was not at the office at the time. and now turning to some headlines in russia, they were denied a front row seat to the u.s. election process. three states, oklahoma, texas and louisiana have all turned down requests from the kremlin to send diplomats to monitor polling stations on election day. and this of course after russia is accused of hacking the dnc and providing wikileaks with e-mails in order to influence the election outcome. and listen to this, athletes are not the only ones kneeling during the national anthem. more singers are now joining in on the protest. ♪ whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous ♪ >> kneeling before the miami heat game even wearing a black lives t-shirt. the heat saying we were unaware of it ahead of time. this is not the first time it's
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happened. just two weeks ago a national anthem singer knelt before a sacramento kings game. >> i have to close my eyes watching that. >> kind of gotten out of hand. >> there's so much fake in our world today, every red blooded american should be outraged. >> ratings have gone down in the nfl, i think that's part due to that. >> it's not just nfl, it's high school games and youth games, kids saying i won't stand for the anthem. the cultural effect of that, the ripple effect of kids not loving their country, it's devastating. >> it's so ahistorical, america's flawed for sure but compared to what? there's never been a more benevolent country. anyone who knows the history. >> they need to know more than anyone this next generation coming up. >> that's right. citizens of america or citizens of the world? >> good luck in the world. >> fox news alert wikileaks just releasing more e-mails. we already know where it's
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going. there's more bernie bashing inside. ed henry is rooting through them right now and joins us live next with an update. and it's time to celebrate halloween. some pooches are here including one very special one with some costume tips and ideas for your pup. i put my dogs to bed early so they could join us. there's my cubby. oh, he's so cute. >> we'll stick around and find out. before i had the shooting,
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there's a new wikileaks dump -- going through to find most interesting part. great to see you, ed. >> glad to be here. it's interesting. remember one of the things that really caused a stir at the beginning of this whole deal was the idea that john podesta complained about so-called media latinos looking for his attention, hillary clinton's attention. a new e-mail comes out maybe explains why john podesta felt he was needy. it was an e-mail of a voice mail he left saying, quote, she needs to call me if she wants my support. if not, fine, i don't understand what her problem is. if she has one. so it's sort of the, you know, backstage maneuvering over endorsements. >> so richardson is complaining. >> why hasn't she called me, call me crazy here. >> that's needy. >> it is. but they can get away with
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saying needy latino. if the republicans had said that -- >> who says that anyway? >> joe scarborough tweeted, a source close to the clintons tell ron fournier to follow the money and find the real hrc scandal. that prompted, i hope someone is keeping tabs on doug band, we talked about him earlier in the show. quote in here is from someone who worked in the clinton foundation. point here might be if everything at the clinton foundation about helping people around the world, hiv and other things, why do you need to keep tabs on someone about maybe leaking bad stuff? what does that mean? go keep tabs on that guy. >> bill clinton's body man for like ten years. if doug band wrote a book, it would change everything. >> it's true. and it's because we all thought for many reasons private server over benghazi, the reason they deleted the e-mails and follow the money turns out the foundation doug band is right there.
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>> doug band is a rich man. >> he is. >> now, there's a liberal writer and i mention neera tanden and a blogger decided to spurn hillary clinton and go to bernie sanders e-mail exchange with john podesta and there she said he's a -- bleeper, i can't use that word. starts with an f. not to make fun of neera because neera is somebody who's a very serious policy person, one of the real engines behind the clinton machine and is seen as somebody who will help lead the transition if -- underline if, she wins the election, hillary clinton. and we've seen these e-mails going after bernie sanders hard. i think there are some people on the left who like that. it's like there are people in the clinton camp who had no idea what to do with bernie sanders and here tanden is like let's go to war. >> the ones aren't in it to get rich, they hate them. >> a bleeper.
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like tucker without er. >> thanks for doing that. great to see you. up next, we've let the dogs out for our halloween costume show. including abby's pooch. there she is. you're not going to want to miss it right here in studio.
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all right. it is that time of year again, time for holloween. >> that's right. >> well done. if you're one of the millions expected to dress your four-legged friend in a costume, you should probably know how to
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do it. so we have tips for you. of course we do. we're "fox & friends" weekend. joining us amber from dogtopia, who is your dog? >> this is zeke. >> what is he dressed up as? >> the circus freak. >> so obviously there are tyrekes involved. zeke looks pretty happy. >> he performs well with treats. >> does he like wearing pants? >> he loves it. look how cute he looks. >> tell us a little about dogtopia. you have 44 places across the country? >> we do. a franchise that offers dog day care, boarding, training, grooming, all over the united states. and we love dressing dogs up in costumes. >> but how do you do it like this dog's wearing pants, my dog's coming up in a moment. he can't handle a costume very well. but how do you do it so they're safe? >> you want to make sure it's size appropriate, it's not too tight, you know, they're not struggling to be in it.
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my dog is not wearing his hat because he just didn't want to. >> because you're a humane person. >> you have to recognize that not all dogs want to wear that hat. >> how do you know if your dog wants to wear the hat? >> here we go. >> here we go. she is a scary witch. a poodle mix. >> we have a mermaid next. >> this is bailey the corgie. >> is this your dog? >> yes, she is. >> great dogs. >> this one likes the hat. >> they'll do anything for treats. >> a beagle? >> yes. >> handcuffs? >> oh, my goodness. i think those are handcuffs. >> this one might be the my favorite, the pumpkin. >> i love that. >> oh, look at the pumpkin. she's not a red carpet girl. who is this? >> that's cooper. >> hey, cooper.
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>> cooper's a bad dog, tucker. >> yeah, very bad. >> and now, drum roll please. >> there. he's not liking his costume much. he's a lobster. >> he doesn't like the hat either. >> he's not used to the costume. >> anyone who follows me on social media knows george. >> who is walking george? >> this is my husband jeff. >> oh, hi. >> welcome to "fox & friends". >> brought a good looking dog walker. >> i pay him extra. >> he nailed it. good job. >> we're glad to have all of you. >> dogs make our set better every time. >> they do. >> thanks for being here. >> we've got more "fox & friends" coming up next. welcome hi today we're gonna be comparing these two truck beds. let's start over here with this aluminum bed. you put your toolbox up here...
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>> look who we have here with us. we have abby and her dog walker. >> my husband jeff. >> someone's got to keep the little guy in line. >> first time on "fox & friends" and you did it for the dog walking segment. >> we loved having you here. >> you have a beautiful family. i will say that. this is a fox news channel special election presentation. your ballot, your bucks. now neil cavuto. all right. we have got a lot going on this morning. welcome everybody. waiting to hear donald trump deliver what he's calling his closing argument, his case for what a first 100 days of a trump administration would be like. and he's doing it on hallowed ground in gettysburg, pennsylvania, not too far from the exact location where abraham lincoln delivered about a two and a half minute speech that goes down in history as perhaps one of the greatest ever. donald trump hopes the tie from that and som

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