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quidnic. thanks for watching us tonight. i'm bill o'reilly, please always remember that the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, a plane carrying vice presidential candidate mike pence just slid off the runway at new york's laguardia airport and we just got exclusive video from inside the plane. the first images of what was going on at the aircraft carrying governor pence and the press pool slid down the tarmac unable to stop. welcome to "the kelly file." i'm megyn kelly. you're looking at brand-new pictures at the moment that the plane carrying the vice presidential nominee on the gop ticket slid off the run rae at new york's laguardia airport on a rainy night in man hat.
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we're going to hear from the fox news producer on board the plane. as this happened he shot this exclusive video. first to trace gallagher what is at the breaking news desk with what we know. >> the 737 which touches down around 120 miles an hour, was coming in kind of hot. he was on board the plane and then he says it began skidding and to quote him he says it was the craziest landing he's ever experience nd. he smelling burning rubber before it came to rest in the grass at the end of the runway. mike pence came to the back of the plane to see that everyone on board was okay. the planes we're talking about use a combination of brakes and reverse thrusters. but one of the reasons you don't see 737s flying in and out of laguardia is because the runways aren't that long. this runway is 7,000 feet. that's 3,000 feet shorter than what you would find at newark or jfk. as a rule, 737s only need 4,000
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feet. but when you talk about rainy weather like they have tonight at laguardia, that changes the math. it's thard to tell when you look at the pictures which angle and which direction the plane came in. but anybody who has flown in and out of laguardia know they have water at the end of the runways. this plane slid only as far as the grass and the passengers stayed on the plane ten minutes before rescue teams arrive. everybody walked off board. the governor reportedly was traveling with campaign advisers, the media as well as his wife and daughter. we're told that donald trump did reach out to mike pence and says that he's glad everyone on board is safe. there appears -- if you look at the plane, there appears to be some damage to the runway but no noticeable damage to the airplane itself. but this plane is not leaving for a while, megyn. >> trace, thank you. joining us for more is dan gallo
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who was on the plane. was it obvious when the plane was landing that you were in trouble? >> well, you know, i mentioned to some owe people tonight we've had some interesting landings in this plane. i can't explain why they've been really rough landings. we've kind of gotten used to that. but this one felt like we were being pulled off to the side. frankly, a sensation that i've never felt before in a landing. it didn't feel right. i don't know aircraft that well. i just knew it didn't feel right but i couldn't see much outside of the window of the plane so i couldn't tell if we were in the grass, going sideways on the runway or whatever. but it felt like it was pulling to one side. and then it came to a really abrupt stop after it felt like they had been jamming on the brakes for the duration of the landing. >> and like any good producer you took our your cell phone and
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started filming things once things settled down. there's certainly no panic on the flight. what was the first you saw of governor pence? >> i would say a minute or two after landing. he walked back and asked if everyone was okay. of course everyone was fine. we were all wearing our seat belts. if we hadn't been wearing our seat belts, could have been a problem. adds he was walking away i said governor pence, 2016 because it feels like this is all -- you know, everything else has happened in 2016, why not this. >> were you -- did you have to go down the emergency slide to get out? how did you exit the aircraft? >> no, no sliding. we waited for several minutes. we could see the emergency lights outside the window of the plane. couldn't see a whole lot because the rain was fogging up the windows of the plane. but yeah, we walked down the stairs. somehow they got stairs and we walked down where there was morning personnel outside the plane.
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>> everyone is okay, insclugd the governor, including you. glad to hear it. as you say, dan gallo, 2016. >> i got some mud on my shoes after tonight. >> great to hear from you. glad to hear everyone is all right. also breaking tonight, 12 days until americans elect their next president, there is growing pressure on hillary clinton to respond to the latest leaked campaign e-mails. these notes reflect the lucrative time in bill and hillary's careers. the years after they left the white house and while mrs. clinton served as secretary of state. a memo writted by doug band, he details what he calls bill clinton, inc. steering top tier corporations to donate to the clinton charity and bank roll the clinton's
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lifestyle. contributing millions to the clinton family's personal fortune. we've got a big lineup, charles kra krauthammer. >> good to see you. after november 8th, some of the most influential corporations may still be pouring money in. while bill and hillary swear off new funding for the foundation, this leaked memo suggests that the door is open for millions of dollars of speaking fee to flow to bill clinton even if his wife is president. detailing what you called bill clinton, inc. not coming from trump, coming from doug band. now on the out after he alleged it was a strategy actually to steer donors for the foundation to hire mr. clinton for speeches and consulting. the 201 is memo revealing 30,000
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for him personally and $66 million to be paid out over the next nine years, meaning it could continue until 2020 or the end of his wife's first term if she's in office unless there's public pressure and bill clinton is forced to sever the contacts. this is after chelsea clinton blew the whistle. he further alleged the former president was collecting money from at least three sponsors of cgi, the clinton global initiative and accepted personal gifts as well. >> uh-huh. ed, thank you. the question tonight is how much does this stunning new information reinforce some of the worst perceptions of hillary
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clinton. and how much does it matter? just 12 days away from the election. tom bevin is cofounder and publisher of real and monica crowley a fox news contributor. great to see you. monica let me start with you. >> the most problematic scandals for any candidate is a one that reinforces a preexisting notion for that person. this problem for hillary clinton is these disclosures remind voters of 30 years of the pure chaugs when most people feel when exposed to the clintons for any length of time. when you're getting the wikileaks drip drip drip of pay to play and that + clinton leveraged her office as secretary of statute, it tells voters, gives them a glimpse of the past, what we experienced with the first clinton
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presidency and a glimpse of the future of what a hillary clinton prez den would be. that's not a good look for her. >> it makes it sound that bill clinton was getting rich. a little for the charity and what about bill. here i am. she's not promising to shut this thing down if she becomes president. >> megyn, first of all, we have to say that russia is trying to have an impact on our election. >> it's bad, bad. >> russia is not any good. putin wants donald trump to be president. that's why this is public to begin with. >> that is all true and valid. let's talk about it. >> yes. second point, at this point in the election voters are voting, 10 million voters have voted. the rest of the voters in the final days here are trying to decide who is the best person to be commander in chief.
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you look at this news and you're a trump supporter, it reinforces what you already thought about the clintons. if you're a clinton supporter you think whatever, enough with the wikileaks. for the folks in the middle u, they're trying to decide who is going to be the best commander in chief. this is not doing to have an impact whatsoever on whether people think that hillary clinton should or should not be the commander in chief. donald trump is running out of paths to 270 electoral votes and this does not create a new one for him. >> let's pick it up with you, don. the trump camp believes they have momentum the. the fox news shows her leading only by three, with her lead shrinking, and his standing with independents and republicans getting better. >> well, look. i agree that trump is behind right new and has a lot of ground to make up. where i disagree with bill, those voters in the middle are trying to decide, right, and
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this reinforces ul of the worst perceptions. the one thing we know is whoever is under the spotlight suffers. clinton is under the spotlight because of this. one of the things that hillary clinton had going for her over the last couple of weeks, she had her base rallies to her, the millennials who were iffy on her. this kind of news might dampen the enthusiasenthusiasm. >> what about that? there was a report today that that's part of trump's game plan to dampen enthusiasm and depress voter turnout from the groups that she needs. she's had a problem with voter enthusiasm on her side. we've got a group of 10% to 20 pores of undecideds. donald trump needs to group of undecides. if you're hillary clinton, you
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have to be worried that these kind of disclosures are chipping away at them -- and i hear this over and over again. i cannot do the clintons again. i can't do it. >> bill, do you agree. could there be enough chipping that it actually threatens her lead whether it's three points or ten points depending on which poll you lock at in. >> no. there's no poll in america that shows 10% to 20% undecideds. this race is cooked. i don't think these new documents are going to shift the few undecided voter to make donald trump president. it's not going to happen. >> they are hacked. you feel a little uncomfortable. hit's a valid point that they're hacked and we go ahead and cover them. but everyone is covering them and they're a major political story. it's important to have the reminder, russia, putin bad and then we proveed. great to see you all. lots of news still a ahead
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tonight, including charles kr h krauthammer and what we just learned about trump's feature plans. mr. trump was asking supporter to go watch a film by michael moore. what the heck is going on here? we have an exclusive tonight with the film maker. stay tuned. ♪ like a human fingerprint, no two whale flukes are the same. because your needs are unique, pacific life has been delivering flexible retirement and life insurance solutions for more than 145 years. ask a financial advisor how you can tailor solutions from pacific life to help you reach your financial goals. w...i was always searching for ways to manage my symptoms.
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breaking tonight, 12 days out from election day. 12. and donald trump along with key members of his team are pointing people to a clip from a brand-new documentary by progressive film maker michael moore. what? here is the part they want to share. watch. >> whether trump means it or not is kind of irrelevant because she's saying the things to people who are hurting. and it's why every beaten down nameless forgotten working stiff who used to be part of what was called the middle class loves trump. he is the human molotov cocktail that they've been waiting for. they've essentially lost everything they had except one thing. the one thing that doesn't cost them a cent and is guaranteed to them by the american constitution, the right to vote.
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>> but the story does not end there. in moments we will speak with michael moore. but first trace gallagher is if in your lags newsroom with the story behind this strange political alliance >> during the speech that appears in his new movie, the film maker explained to an audience while donald trump has more support than people think. he defended trump supporters who he once called legal terrorists. michael moore is not a trump fan but he makes a compelling case about why some people are. watch. >> corporate america hates trump. wall street hates trump. the career politicians hate trump. the media hates trump. yes on november 8th you joe blow, steve blow, bob blow, billy blow, billy bob blow, all of the blows get to go and blow
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up the whole god damn system because it's your right. trump's election is going to be the biggest [ bleep ] you ever recorded in human history and it will feel good. >> the video shaz gone viral among trump supporters with both donald trump and donald jr. applauding it. i agree michael moore to all americans, i see you and hear you, i am your voice, vote to drain the swamp with me on november 8th. political experts say it appears the film maker is genuine in his warning that voters who are currently or formerly in the middle class have been forgotten and that for them the vote for trump would be the ultimate fu. but this is without context as michael moore points oun twitter saying hey, everyone, donald trump jr. and the right wing
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thinks my movie is pro-trump. ha ha. please don't tell them otherwise. they've doctored clips from my film to make it look pro-trump. for the record, the viral clip wasn't doctored. it simply left off this part. watch this part. >> like the brits who wanted to send a message so they voted to leave europe only to find out that if you vote to leave europe you actually have to leave europe. and now they regret it. all the ohioans, pennsylvanians, michiganders and wis kons niets, they all voted to leave and now they regret it. >> no question with this trolling michael moore got support for his film. big question of whether he
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gemmed up support for donald trump. >> with us now, michael moore. great to see you. >> thanks for having me on. >> the real zinger at the end of the clip you say everybody when they vote for trump, they're going to find out that president trump wasn't going to be a democrat thing for them. it will be too late to do anything about it. good night meerk. you've just elected the last president of the united states. what does that mean? >> that means that -- well, first of all when i say doctored, they cut me off after i said it will feel good after you vote for him, the next line is for a day or for a week. when you find out your life isn't going to get any better under president trump and will probably get worse, that's what you're going to find out. >> that's the wind up to the hit that you're being duped. >> yeah. >> what do you mean he's going to be the last president?
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he's going to blow up the world? >> if we elect donald trump as president of this country, it won't be the same country after four years. i'm absolutely convinced of that. this is the most vile disgusting candidate that's ever run for office in this country. >> you understand the white working class. you appeal to them time and time again. you outline perfectly why they're attracted to him. they want him to blow things up. h's a human molotov cocktail. >> i'm here on fox to appeal to people who are watching to not do that. i understand why you're angry. you have every right to be angry. the system has failed you. but he is not the solution to this. and i make the case in the film -- the film is a humorous love poem to hillary clinton. >> i can hear the ticket sales now. >> it's been number one on itunes since friday. >> thanks to trump.
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>> it was number one until "the walking dead" took over. if he had watched the whole movie, he and don jr. wouldn't be promoting this because the movie says get out there and vote for hillary clinton. >> he tweets out, this is donald trump, i agree, michael moore. i agree, he says. and donald jr. says michael moore gets this one 100% right. >> obviously he didn't watch the movie because it tells everybody -- >> he's a busy man. you speak about the people in ohio, in michigan, pennsylvania and wisconsin. you talk at how they lost their jobs, their homes, they had a divorce, now the wife and kids are goine, the car has been repoed, they can't get an f'n percocet. they want change and they don't see it in hillary clinton. >> they should. she will make this better. she's the proponent of universal health care, been that way for 20 years.
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obamacare will get better under her. the real problem about obamacare is not the obama part. the private insurance companies are calling the shots. they get the raise the rates. there's no control. obamacare was only a halfway measure. we'll get the rest of it under hillary clinton. she's go to do so many thing, raise the minimum wage, she's going to do things that will help equality for women. >> you like her so much. why were you against her when she ran against obama and you were against her in the primary. you liked bernie. you seem to be a reluctant hillary supporter. >> yes. she voted for the war, i thought she was too cozy with wall street. >> what about all of the wikileaks disclosures, do they bother you? >> not at all. >> you don't care about the clinton cash? >> i care about women should be paid the same as men, i care about the polar ice caps melting, the big big issues.
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those are the one you have to have the smart person in the room. i may not afree with her, the point is that we have a choice between somebody who is smart, who has a heart, who's going to stand up for kids and for families and working people and we have a billionaire who just says these things trying to pretend that he cares. and just the con with me right now, just the con where they've taken a piece of my movie and put it out only half of that little clip -- >> do you think it's knowing or just an error -- >> no error. it's either they're dumb and i honestly don't think they are. or they know they -- >> they're misleading? >> dumb like a fox maybe. they're misleading people because they're counting on people who are if the working class are so desperate and hurt that all they'll do is hear those few words and not the rest of my paragraph.
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>> before you articulated very well how they feel, they were with donald trump. he's beating her by 33 points with the white working class. >> yes. >> 33 points. it's huge. they are attracted not just to the messenger but to the message too. >> yes. that's sad. really sad. >> you know how they feel. this is the way that many republicans and what we now about these folks is many of them feel like disinfranchised republicans. they're sick and tired of people talking down to this them. >> and they're not irredeemable. >> and they're not all racists. >> racists will deplorable. no human is irredeemable. >> michael moore is smarter than me telling my i shouldn't support trump. >> what i'm saying is i understand you've been abused and i'm here in ohio to conduct an intervention, basically to say that timsometimes abused pee
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have a hard time making the right decision because of the abuse and the attack on the working class has been so intense over the last couple of decades that i understand why there's a lot of confusion here. and trump is a huge ball of confusion in this. and it seems like he's going to be your human hand grenade that you're going to get to toss in there. the phrase about the legal terrorists. it's about actually what i said was, is that there is a legal way on november 8th to do what trump is going to do, blow up the system. you can assist in that by going in there and handing the hand grenade to donald trump. i think it's a risky proposition, a dangerous thing to do. you're not going to be better off with a billionaire who's never spent a day of his life worrying about you. >> they see it and they find out it's not a pro-trump film, they're smart enough to take the information and make up their
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own mind. >> he's lied to them and i will already have their 5 bucks and i want to give it back to them. >> go for it. >> i don't know how to do that. >> you can give it to me and i'll make sure they get it. also tonight, with early voting under way. trace gallagher has new details on reported problems at the voting booths. donald trump just wrapping up a rally in ohio tonight. and we'll show you how close the polls are now running in that critical state when we come back right after this break. [ "on the road again," by willie nelson ] ♪ on the road again [ rear alert sounds ] [ music stops ]
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breaking tonight, donald trump just wrapped up a rally in ohio where he spoke briefly about the incident in new york where a plane carrying vice presidential candidate mike pence slid off the runway at laguardia. mr. trump spoke with governor pence, everyone was okay. she was glad to hear that. earlier today the republican nominee hit the big towns of spinningfield and toledo with an anti--obamacare message. trump and clinton neck in neck now separated by just one point in ohio. mrs. clinton was campaigning in north carolina today where she appeared together with first lady michelle obama for the first time in this campaign.
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they've never been out together. the first lady never mentioned the republican nominee by name, she never does but it's clear who she was talking about. watch. >> the choice we face between those who divide this country into us versus them and those who tell us to embrace our better angels and choose hope over fear. >> joining me you, trump campaign national spokesperson katrina pierson and nomiki kons. is michelle effective out there? a threat to the republican ticket? >> i don't think she's a threat. she's very popular, well liked in the party and that's why hillary clinton is having to prop her up. because donald trump's plane sitting idle on a tarmac gets more live stream viewers than hillary clinton rallies. what was interesting about this event is hillary clinton opened for michelle obama and that was
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startling. >> and hillary clinton had more people there, 11,000 than she ever gets at her rallies by herself. what does that say? >> hillary clinton is still beating donald trump in every single poll. she doesn't have to be taking the first seat. many she >> she was just being fair? >> sure. she's the most popular figure in america today. >> more so than hillary clinton? >> she's not running for office. when hillary clinton is not campaigning her popularity goes up but she's still beating donald trump and that's what we need to pay attention to. >> articles out today talking about how clinton is ramping up her surrogates and trump is withering, talking about how they used to be more visible on the campaign and the suggestion is trump decided they're not good or these guys see a ship
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that is sinking and are trying to run off of it. >> or maybe cable news feels like they know what's going on. our surrogates are in swing seats in florida, ohio, pennsylvania. and that's what they're doing. >> ben carson is? >> definitely campaigning. >> chris christie? >> i don't know what chris christie is doing. doesn't mean they're not out there campaigning. again, hillary clinton brought up michelle obama. hillary clinton is supposed to headline her own event and she can't do it because 30% of the country says she's dishonest. >> you see far less of the guys than you've seen before. you tell me whether the trump campaign reached the conclusion that they're not helping him. he doesn't have anywhere near a surrogate like michelle obama, there isn't one on the gop side for him. it's the donald trump show and
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nobody else can draw the crowds he can draw. but he's only a man. >> i think they can read the statistics. they can read the numbers. trump's own campaign, they spend $100,000 a week on a model that sum lats what it will look like on election day and it reflects some of the more sophisticated modelling out there. they know he's down. it's impossible for him to win. the only way he can win, he has to win florida. he has to win florida and that's his only path to victory. >> it's tight in florida. >> that's his only path to vikt rip. you look in ohio, early voting is up, 23% compared to 2008 and 2012 for democrats right now. even though this is a state where he has to win as well, democrats are doing well with early voting. the surrogates get the message and they're thinking about their political futures. >> the trump campaign is up in early voting in florida and ohio
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and winning in the polls as of today in both of those states. it's going to be a close race. but at the same time donald trump's rallies bring in 20,000 people and that doesn't include the 132,000 who take time to live stream their events. >> what did you make of michael moore's criticism that the trump campaign sliced his sound bite. he's critical of donald trump. he does not support donald trump. and you've got trump tweeting out michael moore is right. >> he's right. we do see the working class out there supporting donald trump. donald trump hasn't been out there calling people deplorables, not out there criticizing catholics, he's not calling -- >> he's alienating every single ethnic group that's not his own working class. >> not broad groups of people. there's a major difference. >> that's true. he's a socialist. but he's trying to suppress them. >> he's not suppressing anyone.
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>> that was documented in the article. >> unnamed source and not verified. >> it was the social media guy who's running the whole thing talking on the record to them. i got to go. that's next. great to see you both. charles krauthammer on what we learned about mr. trump's future plans for the republican party. lower than td ameritrade, schwab, and e-trade, you realize the smartest investing idea isn't just what you invest in, but who you invest with. you realize the smartest investing idea that's why this control enthusiast rents from national. where i can skip the counter... ...and choose any car in the aisle. on average, four out of every five rentals at national is a free upgrade. getting a full-size and paying for a mid-size? ♪ whoa, oh, whoa, whoa, lovin' every minute of it... ♪ as the boys from loverboy so eloquently noted... i'm lovin' every minute of it. go national. go like a pro.
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this would be at the outset. we own the future of the republican party. joining us now, charles krauthammer. this is basically a look at what the future of donald trump and his supporters is, win or lose. let's start with win. if he manages to win on november 8th, this republicanism now officially trumpism and what does that mean for the so-called mainstream republicans like you, you know, like rich lowrie? >> well, i think it's quite -- i mean, if you win the presidencp, e certainly you reshape or you shape your party. the republicans are not completely conservative unconflicted conservative party. before ronald reagan they had a strong northeast liberal wing. reagan comes in, the party has been changed irrevocably.
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if donald trump wins, he's not a conservative. e's he's a populist. he will have a little more resistance that ronald reagan did. there will be resistance from the old reagan conservatives. but if you're president, especially if you succeed in the presidency, meaning you win reelection or have strong popular support like reagan did, wu set down the rules for a few decades. >>. what if the opposite happens, trump loses and he still has so much influence. this article points out he's spending $100,000 a week on data collection figuring out who's with him him. and they've described the aus audience, disenfranchised republicans who with young, rural and angry, active and
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fiercely loyal to donald trump. >> remember trump said i could go down 5th avenue and shoot somebody and wouldn't lose any supporters. that's what has happened, through thick and thin, the access hollywood tapes which would have sunk anyone. >> what do they do with that loyalty when he's no longer running for office? >> that will depend on him. he has himself a plurality of republicans. not a majority but he's got a sizable chunk larger than anybody else's. the question is what does he want to do with it, is he going to be george wauk and ride away into the sunset. if you lose a presidential election in the modern history, you're gone. there's no mon dale or dukakis. you had your chance, you don't show up again.
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that would be trump. they feel they have nowhere else to go. if he does not walk away, then he can do a lot with the constituency, particularly as we saw in the bloomberg article if he has the mechanics, the data, a way to e-mail and reach all of them and even if he doesn't he can use twitter or facebook. he can shape it into a movement either to run again for reelection to influence the midterm elections, to influence the current politics. if trump decides to stay in the game, the first test will be whether he can successfully bring down paul ryan who has become a nemesis of his and then we'll now how transitive is his influence. >> right. if you look at what happened with john mccain, he went back to the u.s. senate. but mitt romney, for a while he was considered a republican leader bub but his influence has
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definitely diminished. and the question is whether the same thing would happen to trump. and you're saying it's up to trump. he says if i lose, this is all for nothing, a complete waste of time and i'm going to run my successful business and focus on profit making. it's up to trump. we've speculated about trump tv, whether he wants to build a media power. we're unsure if he loses this thing whether that's something he has any interest ed in. >> but we know one thing from his entire life history, he loves the spotlight, he finds it hard to be away from it. and even though he said at the beginning, if i lose i'll go back to my old life, i don't think -- he will decide. but it is likely he'll be changed and he will have acquired a powerful instrument,
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a political instrument. he didn't have that before he ran. and he can use it, he could use it commercially, for example, with a tv station or a tv network or some other use in the media or he can do it politically in which case he mobilizes his people to influence elections and perhaps his own later on. it's extremely tempting because he built this essentially on his own and out of nowhere and he's got a lot of options. he's not the retiring type, you might have noticed. >> well even if trump doesn't win on november 8th, he has acted as a voice for a large, you know, large number os f people who feel disenfranchised and we'll see whether trump continues to use that power giving them a voice. he would much rather do it from the oval office and he may yet do that too. >> we'll see if the so-called establishment is able to recognize the power and the needs of that constituency and
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to kalt its policy to accommodate them. that would go a long way as well in determining how the constituency is responded to. >> great to see you. thank you. up next, trace gallagher has new details on reported problems already at the voting booths. stay tuned. >> can a touch screen switch a vote? >> they -- people say that they can. i've never seen it do it. ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪ ♪jake reese, "day to feel alive"♪
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breaking tonight, i just want to update you on the fact that governor mike pence and his plane was taken off the runway as they tried to land tonight at laguardia. no one was hurt. donald trump has tweeted out saying he's glad everyone was okay. and now we've learned that hillary clinton tweeted out that she was glad to hear they were safe after the plane slid off the runway. no injuries tonight. new reaction to early voting problems in texas already. long lines for early voting across the lone star state. now reports of problems with voting machines. trace gallagher has the details. >> some texas resident who voted
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early posted stories about voting machines flipping votes. sandy wrote, hey, everyone, i had a family member who vote thd morning, voting straight republican, he checked before submitting and saw the vote was changed to clinton. they commented that it had been happening. but the post was shared some $200,000 times. the county officials say a technician checked out the same machine, tried to recreate the problem but could not. the woman who claims her vote was flipped claims she might have entered the wrong candidate. that didn't stop donald trump from tweeting, a lot of call-ins about voting problems. big lines. what is going on. texas governor greg abbott is reminding texas residents to double-check their reports. the most reports of problems in texas, but georgia, louisiana,
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nevada, a few other states also reporting some glitches with their machines. >> wow. trace, thank you. we'll be right back. i'm lucky to get through a shift without a disaster. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up. so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. tide. number one rated. it's got to be tide
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