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♪ ♪ good saturday morning, everyone. holy smokes. >> good morning. >> just when you thought it couldn't get any more crazy, it has. >> if you were -- a lot of shows out there trying to show exactly what it's like in the white house running for office. you could not write this script if you tried. >> screenplay that is the of the 2016 election took a big twist as the fbi back into the race and back into hillary clinton's case. >> yeah. brand new emails now under review this morning as the democratic nominee calls on fbi director james comey to release everything they have. >> and we have got fox news team coverage this morning from john roberts. is he in golden, colorado
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following the trump campaign. first we go to mike emanuel he has the latest details from the fallout in the clinton campaign. what are you hearing? >> brief letter from fbi director james comey to relevant congressional committee chairman really set off a political earthquake at a critical stage in this presidential campaign. hillary clinton and her team were on their way to iowa yesterday when the news broke. federal law enforcement officials say they discovered emails deemed to be pertinent thought close investigation into hillary clinton's private email server. that less than two weeks before elections day left clinton and her team scrambling. last night clinton called on the fbi director to explain what caused him to take these investigative steps. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the emails referenced in his letter are significant or not. i'm confident, whatever they are, will not change the conclusion reached in july. therefore, it's imperative
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that the bureau explain this issue and question whatever it is without any delay. >> director comey sent a letter to fbi employees writing, quote: we don't ordinarily tell congress about ongoing investigations but here i feel an obligation to do so given that i testified repeatedly in recent months that our investigation was completed. would be misleading to the american people were we not to supplement the record. fox has confirmed the emails were discovered in a probe of disgraced new york congressman anthony weiner, former new york congressman anthony weiner's alleged sexting of underaged girl. weiner is the estranged husband of clinton wants top aide huma abedin. fox has reported it is a significant number of emails and that this investigation will not be complete by
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election day. abby? tucker, clayton? >> that's unbelievable. mike emanuel. thanks for joining us this morning. here is a lot we don't know but here is what we do know. entirely possible, looks indeed it might be likely that government information ended up on anthony weiner's laptop. that's a show stopper. if you want a graphic illustration of the irresponsibility of the way they handled information anthony weiner's laptop? >> separate investigation they were log into him obviously texting underaged girls. saga goes beyond. >> 15-year-old girls. >> multiple devices, too. they seized these laptops. the cell phone. so four different devices with tens of thousands of potential emails in this unrelated case from the fbi log into this. it's interesting though that she is calling for releasing of all of this information. she is saying, look, get it out there. i want to see all of the investigation related to my email. >> when you think transparency you think of hillary clinton and her campaign for president. get it all out there. >> that's what's weird about
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it. doing press conferences. we haven't seen this before. which is a very clear sign they are nervous about it as long as this is a headline and talking about the justice department, the fbi, and her emails this is bad news for hillary clinton and her campaign, she knows that. >> trey gowdy of course, is maybe the house judiciary committee and is he a republican and partisan and also a pretty thoughtful guy. he has a way of summing things up pretty crisply. here is his summation of what we saw yesterday, watch. >> this the same person who said i neither sent or received classified information. same person who said i turned over all my work-related emails. i only had one device. my lawyers went through everything. that's the same person that now wants all of this public disclosure, the same person who went to great lengths to make sure that these emails were private. now all of a sudden wants it all made public. it's just too rich. it's easy to ask people you know cannot disclose things to do so. that makes her look transparent. but if it's a day that ends in why you can be assured
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she has talked to huma be a don't and cheryl mills and knows exactly what's on those computers. >> that's the question has she talked to huma abedin and she was asked that directly yesterday and she refused to answer. >> now they are suggesting that maybe huma is going to have to resign. she has been her closest aide for years and years. this as we are talking about 10 days before this election. of the timing of it you cannot make up. in politics the timing is everything, clayton. >> comey was being praised by democrats. look, we are done here. this is all over with now. if you read john podesta's statement yesterday. campaign chair john podesta campaign chair at the center of all of this. he came out with a blistering statement saying it's extraordinary we would see something like this 11 days out from the presidential election. slamming james comey. >> the irony you have been hearing from democrats and a lot of republicans in washington character matters. it comes down to character. what happens if anthony weiner wins up in inner circle turns out character
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matters. section ago 15-year-old girl. >> wind up on the front page of the paper this morning with anthony weiner on the front page of the. >> and hillary clinton next to him. >> you wouldn't want to be anywhere near that after this all came out. love affair with james comby. now they are taking that back this is all political. here is what dianne feinstein. director comey's announcement played right into the political campaign of donald trump. the fbi has a history of extreme caution near election day so as not influence the results. today's break from that tradition is appalling. and you have to wonder, james comey making this decision to come out yesterday, just 10 days before this election. this was a tough decision for him to make. he knows if he came out with this two weeks, a month after the election had already been decided he would have been in a very, very tough situation. >> also, we're not going to get to know what's in these emails until after the election anyway. millions of people have already voted. tens of millions of people have already voted. their ballots have already been cast. it's an interesting question. would you change your vote
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if you knew that this information was out there? >> you know, i don't know how many vote this brings to the trump side of the equation, i do know there are a lot of people, i think most people are asking do i really want to vote for someone who is under fbi investigation? maybe you can say the fbi is totally crooked and in the pocket of the republicans. maybe you could indeed say that the system is rigged, which is what democrats are saying. talking about a role reversal. >> that's all donald trump has been talking about this entire election it's runs a gamed system. >> he jumped right out on this yesterday on the campaign trail. that's where we are headed now. the republican nominee is praising the fbi for its decision to reopen this case. >> that's where we find john roberts in golden, colorado. trump is calling this as bad or worse than the watergate scandal. >> abby, clayton, tucker good morning to you. what a difference a day makes. donald trump was excureiating the fbi until yesterday :00 in the afternoon and surprisingly he is praising them. we are in denver at the
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fairgrounds where he has a diehard event. fans came in all the way from nebraska. let me say to the fbi investigation announcement yesterday, the fbi could not have handed donald trump a bigger gift than if they had tied it up in a big red bow. they warned saying very concerned about anthony arena being in proximity to classified information. and where did the trail lead from hillary clinton's server to potentially going into his orbit? and it allows donald trump between now and november the 8th to absolutely hammer hillary clinton on this issue of corruption and bad judgment like he did yesterday in manchester, new hampshire. listen to this. >> this is bigger than watergate. this is bigger than watergate. in my opinion. this is bigger than watergate. hillary bleached and deleted 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena. that alone, to me, there were more serious things
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done. but how does it get much more? >> trump said yesterday that this absolutely changes everything in terms of this race. his campaign manager kellyanne conway tweeted out yesterday this made a good day even better. now, tucker, you brought this up. does it bring votes to trump? the campaign thinks it might bring a few fence sitters to donald trump or at least might drive them to a third party candidate like gary johnson or jill stein either way you would be taking votes away from hillary clinton. here is what kellyanne said with trish regan on the fox business net network. >> this is her biggest problem, people have such a reluctance to say good lord how can i say i'm for change and disrupting the status quo in washington, d.c. and i'm going to vote for hillary clinton who is a insider, queen of the rigged corrupt system. >> so, in the next couple of days, donald trump is going to visit three of the four corner states. is going to be here in colorado. also be in arizona and new
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mexico, as well as nevada. here in colorado, hillary clinton is up about six points in nevada and arizona. she is up about 1.5. the trump campaign says that they're going to new mexico, traditionally a blue state because thee have internal polling showing the race up. they also show it in michigan which is why he is going there on monday, a state that many people thought was probably gone. you will remember, this tucker, because i remember. this 2004 there was a brief moment where the bush campaign thought that hawaii might be in play. they sent dick cheney across the pacific ocean to go campaign there. and they still lost by 9 points. who knows if new mexico and michigan is real. donald trump is going to spend a day in each. >> i had a friend on that plane flying to hawaii. i think they were there for like 2 hours. went to the gift shop and came home. >> i volunteered but they said no, you stay with president bush. >> go to the cold states. john roberts, the great john roberts. great to see you this morning. he brings up a great point these last minutes, we talk
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about these 11 days, the undecides and what political fallout will we see from the fbi investigation. the last-minute sort of moral voters haven't decided yet for donald trump. they haven't decided yet for hillary clinton. could this be that thing that they say meh. >> some people say i don't want to admit i'm voting for hillary, that's a problem. the core problem is who does she blame for this? really is she going to say the media is against me? that's a hard case to make. justice department that somehow right wing? it's just not. really the truth is it's her fault. she has conceded it's her fault. she shouldn't have done this in the first place. she is kind of stuck. >> the only person to blame for this is hillary clinton. i think she knows it appeared spiraling out of control. >> maybe. i think she blames you. >> probably. we called this the friday news dump. this actually ended an already bad week for hillary clinton because it's not just this fbi investigation. >> no. >> we have had these weeks dumthesewikileaks dump getting d
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for speeches. >> perhaps bigger than that, abby. the obamacare premium. >> bombshell we heard over the last week. and that's why you are seeing tightening of the poll numbers. look at the real clear average of. 4 points between hillary clinton and donald trump in the real clear politics average. >> and how quickly that changes. also in our polls and if you look at them closely, the independents 40% now identify as an independent voter among likely voters. that is really interesting to me. because of if they have already made their decision and maybe hillary clinton, maybe it's trump, but that means their decision at this point could still change. >> or they sit home and don't go. >> what do these three stories have in common, the wikileaks, the obamacare and the hillary email investigation? they're all reality-based. these are not perception based. hillary really did use a private server. her family really did get rich selling access. and obamacare really is a disaster. it's hard to rebut those, no? >> no. it's tough.
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democrats are going to be on the defense. they haven't been for a few weeks. interesting to see how this plays out. >> let us know what you think about all of these things trifecta. >> we will be here the next four hours to talk about. >> when we come back what congress plans to do about the latest bombshell. former committee member don is on deck. >> attorney general's office latest scandal that has loretta lynch pleading the fifth. ♪ pressure ♪ before it became a medicine, it was an idea. an inspiration.
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said he doesn't know whether the emails referenced in his letter are significant or not. i'm confident, whatever they are will not change the conclusion reached in july. >> hillary clinton, of course, demanding the fbi director james comey release all the documents related to the new email investigation retalked about yesterday. >> joining us now to react is john di desantos. >> good morning. >> good to be here. >> hillary clinton says she wants all of these documents released. she wants everything out in public because there is nothing significant here. >> do you think james comey would reopen the investigation if there was something significant there. >> there were significant things that we thought should have been acted on to begin with. he said there is nothing here, let's move on. he testified in front of the judicial committee in september. will you reopen based on he basically said no, no, no. the fact that he took this step is very significant.
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>> where does it go from here because people are deciding who they are going to vote for. if this ends up being hillary clinton this could play out for a long time. we don't know what the outcome is going to be. as people are trying to make up their minds. that is a big deal when you are thinking about who is our next president. >> i think it's very unlikely there will be resolution before the election. people can go into the voting booth and know this is something that is hanging over her head not only the emails but then the link with anthony weiner which makes it more unseemly so that's the relates of the situation. >> if had you information that you were afraid it might fall into the hands of foreign government, do you think anthony weiner's laptop san appropriate place to store it? >> no. i think that's one of the frustrations about this whole thing is that you are talking about top secret information that i'm not allowed as a member of congress with a top secret clearance i'm an officer in the navy reserve. i'm not allowed to review some of these things because i don't have a right to know that that ends up on private servers and potential
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whether i anthony weiner. here's the thing. a military official, enlisted guy, officer, if they would have allowed that to happen, set up a parallel communication system with top secret information they would have faced court martial without question. >> what happens now for huma abedin? >> well, i think this whole thing say hillary does get elected there is a cloud overhead, her whole inner circle, potentially, she would want to be part of the white house, give security clearance. there will be a huge fight in congress over that i'm sorry, the average person who would have handled this information the way they did, they would not be entrusted with classified information in the future. >> four different devices that they seized from her that, you know, email communication, tens of thousands of emails between her, anthony weiner, all of this information on those devices, that's troubling. >> yeah, without question. you don't set up a parallel communication system knowing the type of information that you are dealing with on the state department. they made a conscience
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decision. that's why the comey initial findings were. there was classified information shouldn't have been there. should have none better. there was no real intent here. what are you talking about? she intentionally set up this parallel system and knowing what would end up being put over that. >> to sum up, you don't think anthony is involved and is reassuring? >> no. >> thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> coming up on the show, how are democrats defending hillary clinton? what does it mean for the campaign? richard fowler is up next. >> you would save money under obamacare? why are so many cng their doctos appointments? that's coming up. ♪ show me a sign ♪ take it to the limit one more time ♪ou ople want. honey, do we have like a super creamy cheese with taco spice already in it?
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automatically. the pilot had to do it himself after landing, tucker? >> thanks, clayton. hillary clinton once again under investigation by the fbi. we learned last night and it threw this race into turmoil. how are democrats responding? joining us now is fox news contributor and democratic strategist richard fowler. thanks for joining us this morning. >> good morning. >> we learned that tens of thousands of relevant emails containing information that should not have been public ended up on anthony weiner's laptop is there is a purer distillation in which hillary clinton clinton's people handled information than this. >> i think we know this is reckless. fbi director comey said this when he made the decision. what makes this problematic, here is the thing, none of these emails are from
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hillary following reporting last night. emails from huma abedin to other members of the state department that were on anthony weiner's personal cell phone. mind you facts are pretty clear that huma abedin and anthony weiner are married. i'm pretty sure most people share phones. >> those facts aren't clear at all. we don't know that at all. >> no, no, no. >> because you said that doesn't make it true. we don't know what's in those emails. >> i don't think that's true. a lot of reporters have already confirmed that there is no hillary clinton emails here. >> there has been no confirmation from the department of justice from the fbi from hillary clinton or anybody that this is true. some reporter said it on twitter. >> no, no. reporters who have sources. [talking at the same time] >> at the fbi said these emails -- none of these emails are from hillary clinton. i think that's clear. >> the fbi has not said tharvelings no i said a reporter. >> some reporter on twitter said that. we don't know. >> number two, and most importantly, tucker, in this
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whole scenario whether you are democrat, republican, green party, independent, tea party, i really don't care, with 11 days before this election, i think the measure people deserve to know, the american voters deserve to know what are on these emails and i think it's time for the fbi to say what they have. >> okay. what the american people deserve to know is that justice is impartial and people are not treated differently because they are more famous or richer or powerful. that's the first thing they need to know. >> i agree. >> they second they deserve to know whose fault. is there a right wing conspiracy under loretta lynch and the justice department? is the media putting a thumb on the scale for donald trump? is there anyone who blame other than hillary clinton? >> no, i don't think there is a blame to go around. i think what we need to see here is the american voter deserves to see these emails. mike pence, the vice presidential candidate for donald trump said the same thing yesterday. the american voters deserve to see what this is because we know this is not going to end in 11 days. and people will be voting in 11 days can. they deserve to know.
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this. >> the timing, of course, is terrible. the most important thing, the reason people come to this country from other countries because they believe everyone who lives here is equal under the law. don't you think that calls on twitter and from the mob and from interested parties to hurry up this investigation are sort of the opposite of what we need? we need to know that justice is being meted out fairly regardless of the political timetable, don't we? >> that's a fair point, tucker. but, i think with people getting ready to vote in 11 days, right? and donald trump professed this -- yesterday the fbi was rigged, today the fbi is not rigged. i think we will figure that out at the end of the day. what the voters deserve to know here is what the fbi has. instead of saying we are going to open up investigations which they never do. we would have never known if anthony weiner is under investigation because the fbi never talks about their investigations. this sun precedented for the fbi to begin with. what needs to happen now is they need to shoat american people, the independent voters, the undecided voters
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what it is they have so these voters can make an educated decision about this election. >> yeah. i think they may be on a different timetable. their main goal may not be getting hillary elected. >> it's not about getting hillary clinton or donald trump elected it's about the truth. >> good to see you. >> >> good to see you, tucker. >> say voter fraud doesn't happen and in two key states it is happening. details ahead. huma abedin emails from personal account, is she in trouble? and if so how much trouble? did james comey ignore police and warning loretta lynch to be quiet? jay christian adams who knows a lot about this subject joins us next.
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nothing was marked classified at the time i sent or received it. >> our information there was classified information sent there. >> was nothing marked classified on my emails either sent or received. >> there was classified material emailed. >> i thought it would be easier to carry one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two. >> she used multiple devices during the four years of her term as secretary of state. >> there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified
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information. in looking back at our investigations, in to the mishandling or removal of classified information, we cannot find a case that would support bringing criminal charges on these facts. >> well, you heard the lies and then you heard the corrections, james comby the fbi director contradicting hillary clinton but not indicting her back in july. now the fbi director has reopened the email case and explained his way in a memo to staff and said this. >> quolgt now: given we do not know the significance of this newly discovered emails i don't want to create a misleading impression in striking to strike that balance in email. >> here now to weigh in is a former department official jay adams christian. thanks for being with us. really important news morning. thanks for being here. >> good morning. >> there is piece out in the new yorker about how james
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comey broke away from loretta lynch. also breaking away from normal protocol when it comes to the fbi and the justice department. does that and i indicate to you what a big deal this is for him to come out 11 days before this election? >> it is. he had two separate agents who were leaking, who will close to the investigation and going to present a real problem for him as this story developed. you know, look, this illustrates, by the way, the problem with early voting laws. think of all the people who have already cast their ballots for hillary making uninformed decisions. states shouldn't be voting a month in advance. look, this is a justice department-driven case. it always will be. i'm not sure the sequel is going to be any different than the original because ultimately it's the doj who presents to a grand jury. not the fbi. >> i think all of us in the journalism business have heard from fbi agents in the last three months the same story which is comey was in effect facing a revolt from within the fbi from agents who thought that his
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decision not to pursue this case was wrong, was politically motivated, they're mad at him is there any truth in that that you know of and did it play a role in this. >> no. absolutely, tucker. remember the story they destroyed all evidence, the laptops? we're learning that might not be true, that the agents refused to destroy the evidence in this case. >> good. >> and it still exists. that's very bad news for hillary clinton. but, look, this is still going to be a doj decision. if you listen to comey's testimony in july, tucker, he specifically said justice had grave concerns about the case. not comby. >> what about huma abedin in all of this that she sent classified emails to her personal account. now we know this morning, of course, that there are four different devices that were taken, communication with anthony weinerment some of this emails may have wound up in anthony weiner's hands. what kind of trouble is she in this morning? >> there salah that most folks don't know about it's 18 usc 1001.
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it is a law that if you tell any federal official anything false have you committed a federal keim crime. the justice department uses this all the time. they did an interview with hillary and huma and go back and look at documents including new documents on carlos danger's laptop and they can say did huma say anything to us that wasn't true? did hillary say anything to us that wasn't drew? that's a federal crime. >> here's the other problem with the timing of all of this, if she is, in fact, elected, the focus is not going to be this next president and her future plans for this country. most of the focus is going to be on this for quite a while it seems. >> it's already ruining the possible clinton presidency. it's delegitimizing her. obama can always pardon her. he is harr done her if she is not charged. we have had that happen before where a president pardons uncharged crimes. maybe that's the way you solve that delegitimate problem. >> do you think americans can rest easy knowing that
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potentially national security secretsy residing on anthony weiner's laptop? >> the laptop he was skypeing a child about rape fantasy. >> yeah, that one. >> unreal. >> so unbelievably sleazy. >> just when you thought this election couldn't get any more sleazy it just did. >> thank you for being here. >> bye, guys. >> unbelievable. we do in fact, have other headlines to get to this morning believe it or not. we do start with this. attorney general loretta lynch is refusing to answer questions about a massive cash payment to iran by the obama administration. lynch is now pleading the fifth about how the 1.7 billion-dollar payment was approved and delivered. the money was tied up in a deal to free american hostages. congressman or congressional lawmakers want answer four questions related to the deal and by november 4th. >> stepping up their game in virginia where this man faces up to 40 years in prison for allegedly registering voters who did
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the nail biting scoreless until the 7th inning when cocoa co-crisp hit rbi. they face off tonight for game four at wrigley field. >> it's a great world series. >> except last night's game you want to see hits. >> 0 to 1 is not fun. >> it's cold out there this morning, janice. >> yes. this is the first time i am officially wearing a winter coat. oh my gosh dealing with winds in excess of 25 miles per hour in chicago tonight. keep that in mind. let's take a look at the freezing temperatures across the northeast. well, actually, that's a look at the snow that's north of this system across portions of maine. we have a new weaker system that's going to move in overnight tonight and bring the potential for some showers tomorrow and maybe some higher elevation snow. and then we we also have a system across the west. this is the first time of
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year where they get their prescription across the west. might get beneficial moisture into southern california that will be good news. also tracking that weak system across the northeast. now, it's not cold across the central u.s. look at these temperatures. 83 in oklahoma city. holy smokes. st. louis 84. today, sunday 73. you get the picture. >> it still feels like summertime across the central u.s. here is game four for saturday, chicago, the cleveland indians are going to be 61 with maybe a shower or two. but the take away here is the wind gusts 25 miles per hour. so what does that do? anybody baseball fans with weather-related stuff? >> it depends on if it's blowing in. if it's blowing in less home run balls. >> that should be something i find out. >> get back to us on janice. >> blow in or out. >> our sports reporter. thanks, janice. >> the mainstream press was ready to write off donald trump. now, will that change? trump's new path to 270 electoral votes when scott
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rasmussen joins us next to break it all down. >> and then, ouch. someone forgot to tell the vice president about hillary's email scandal. watch. this i don't know where this emails came from, what -- >> apparently anthony weiner. >> oh, god. anthony weiner weiner. >> well, that was live television. is it another example of the clinton campaign imploding? we're live on the campaign trail next.
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>> 15 minutes now to the hour. headlines, feds busted a deal that would have been military fighter jets parts in the hands of iran. charged two california men for conspiring to smuggle $3 million worth of parts from f 18's. there would be supplier undercover federal agent. both defendants now pleading not guilty on that. a trump supporter is thrown in jail over a basket of deplorables t-shirt mocking hillary clinton's comments slamming voters. listen. >> just be grossly generalistic, you put half of trump supporters into
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what i call the basket of deplorables. >> all right. well, bret wore the shirt and make america great again to a texas polling place refused to take the shirt off. he was then art. accused of electioneering relaced on bail. those are some of your headlines. >> people a long time ago made up their minds about the emails. i think that's factored in to what people think and now they are choosing a president. so i would urge everybody to get out and vote early in all the states that have early voting. >> hillary clinton says her emails don't matter as the race is getting down to the wire with a little more than a week left. early voting already underway already. despite hillary being away in the polls. writing off trump. has the race been called too soon. how trump could still win the white house is president of the rasmussen media group scott rasmussen. great to see you this morning.
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>> great sty, clayton. >> the spin from both sides. >> let's throw out the spin from the trump campaign. throw out the spin from the hillary clinton side. where do things stand now you? brought a football analogy. it's saturday football day. >> exactly. in football season you a lot of times have a team that is trailing but they are close and the problem is the other team has the ball and is trying to run out the clock. team clinton is driving right now and actually winning a couple of states narrowly that were carried by mitt romney. the first thing that donald trump and his team have to do is stop hillary clinton from winning any of romney's states. >> so 206 electoral votes. he has to play defense on those states. >> that's right. basically he has to win arizona and north carolina are the toss-up states. >> how are things looking in arizona? >> so-so. these are too close to call right now. right now clinton and the real clear politics average has a slight load in these states. trump needs a turnover. change the momentum. wrap up all of those states. >> once he has the defense on those states how can he, as you say, get in position here? >> that's it. you have got to start moving
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the ball down the field yourself. that means winning a couple of key states that were won by barack obama four years ago. and that is great states of ohio and florida. these are must-win states for donald trump if he wants to win in the white house. now, ohio, trump is barely up. florida is he a little bit down. both campaigns have been in these states very active. if donald trump wins all the romney states and wins ohio and florida, that gets him to 253 electoral college votes. and you know what it's like in football. that means you're positioned to throw a hail mary pass. >> if you have tom brady in the fourth quarter can you pull this off. hail mary pass for donald trump is what? >> first one is to win pennsylvania. that's a tall order, right? >> very tall order. trump is trailing there by about 5 points. on top of that, it's a state republicans always think they have a chance in and always fall a little bit short. but, there are some other paths. one of them would be to win the states of iowa, nevada,
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and new hampshire. there is some talk that maybe there is another path that involves a state like michigan. the key is trump needs to get the basics down. he needs to get in position. >> i see this as 269 which does not add up to 270. what happens if that happens? >> if he were to get 269 electoral college votes it would be a tie and the house of representatives would pick the president. so, like in the movie dumb and dumber, you're telling me there is a chance? >> there a chance. you know what? i have only seen it happen once to my team and i have been watching football for longer than there have been super bowls. >> that's why people watch. 11 days left can he pull it off and throw the hail mary? >> thank you. >> dana perino, geraldo rivera, congressman darrell issa all here live to react to hillary's fbi bombshell. plus, is the clinton campaign imploding behind the scenes? we're live on the campaign trail with that angle next. changes to make things right.
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now to a fox news alert. hillary clinton's circling the wagons and lashing out into new investigation into her emails. >> ed richson is jinning us from the campaign trail. rich, how are you doing this morning a lot of news. >> a lot of news indeed over the last 24 hours, abby. it left democrats stunned last evening. since fbi director james comey a couple of months ago had said the fbi was not recommending charges in the case of hillary clinton and her aids in the handling of classified information. comey felt it incumbent to update them that they found new emails and reopening
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that investigation. and so that left the clinton campaign talking about an fbi director who, for months, they were applauding. >> why this step was taken with just 11 days to go? as it is, we now have the worst of all worlds here where he has aired this in an extraordinary step that would almost never be taken in any other circumstance. >> >> an fbi source tells fox news that the fbi and investigators had found these additional emails while investigating a joint laptop of clinton top aide huma abedin owned also by her estranged husband anthony weiner. remember, the fbi is investigating anthony weiner for his alleged contact with a 15-year-old girl. and that's where apparently they stumbled upon these additional emails with that, vice president joe biden was asked about this and offered a very, very lengthy no comment. >> i don't know where these
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emails came from. >> apparently anthony weiner. >> oh god. oh. anthony weiner. they should not have come out of anthony weiner. i'm not a big fan. i wasn't before he got in trouble so i shouldn't comment on anthony weiner. >> the clinton campaign continues this afternoon. she travels here to daytona beach, florida to hold an event. back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, rich. one thing you can say about joe biden he doesn't hold back. is he an honest guy. >> not a big fan. anthony weiner was in hillary clinton's inner circle, pretty aamazing. >> trump campaign advisor jason miller will be here in studio next hour. >> that will be interesting. hillary clinton is calling on the fbi now to release all of its documents on this investigation. on her emails. county agency actually do that? what kind of impact would it have if done? mike emanuel and john roberts are live on the campaign trail. they are going to join us next. ♪ dream on
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breaking tonight, new developments on a bombshell that could reshape the 2016 race as we know it. >> a presidential campaign for the ages has taken an even more bizarre turn than anyone could have ever predicted. >> the fbi, after discovering new emails, is reopening their investigation into hillary clinton. [cheers] >> it was four devices that were taken by the fbi as part of that investigation. >> and breaking right now, they're from the investigation of new york congressman anthony weiner. >> for jim comey to come out in 11 days before a presidential election and understand. >> it's got to be big. >> it's got to be big.
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>> hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. >> we don't know the facts. we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has. this new information may not be significant. so let's get it out. >> if hillary clinton wanted information out there, why is it taking so lock for her to explain the server? why was the server kept secret literally for years? >> we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. >> we are 11 days out from, perhaps, the first national election of our lifetime. >> they could arrest her. they could indict her. they could send her to jail. >> we don't know what to believe. right now, your guess is as good as mine. >> the whole notion that huma abedin would allow this sleazy pervert husband of hers access to her computer is mind boggling. >> tonight, a grand jury needs to be impaneled. let's cut the nonsense.
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this goes to the heart of our constitutional republic. and you don't do this in the united states of america. >> well, the great screen writers in the sky have completely rewritten the script of the 2016 election unexpectedly. >> you can't make this up. we showed you the montage of some of our shows when this broke yesterday they had to totally we do their rundowns. this is such a big story where can we begin. they could have not have predicted. this had a whole show planned and throw that right out. >> needless this qualifies as a fox news alert this morning. get right to it 10 days before the election hillary clinton's campaign, fair to say, in panic mode. fbi is reopening the investigation into her emails. >> and we have team fox coverage this morning. john roberts is in golden, colorado, following the trump campaign. >> first we start with mike emanuel who has the latest details on the investigation, the fallout from the clinton camp. mike, good morning. what are you hearing? >> abby, tucker, clayton, good morning to you. just when you thought we had heard it all about hillary clinton and her emails, the fbi director sent a letter
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to capitol hill leaders saying there is more to investigate. the news broke when hillary clinton and her team were on her way to iowa for a campaign stop less than two weeks before election day. the fbi director said new emails had surfaced and investigators would review them to determine if they contained classified information. clinton and her team were caught off guard after the fbi had wrapped its investigation without charging the democratic nominee months ago. word quickly spread that the new information was involving clinton's top aide huma abedin who was on the trip to iowa. clinton was asked about that and whether she had spoken to abedin about it. >> you know, we have heard these rumors. we don't know what to believe. i'm sure there will be even more rumors. that's why it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they're talking about, jeff. because, right now, your guess is as good as mine. and i don't think that's good enough. >> fox has confirmed the
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emails were discovered in a probe of disgraced former new york congressman anthony weiner. his alleged sexting of an underaged girl. weiner is abedin's h estranged husband. the "new york times" is reporting it is tens of thousands of emails belonging to abedin that were found on weiner's laptop. director james comey sent a letter to fbi employees saying, quote: given that we don't know the significance of this newly discovered collection of emails, i don't want to create a misleading impression in trying to strike that balance in a brief letter and in the middle of an election season, there is significant risk of being misunderstood but i wanted you to hear directly from me about it. the clinton team is clearly alarmed. pushing comey to say a whole lot more about what he knows in the latest on this investigation. abby? tucker, clayton? >> mike emanuel, live in chappaqua, new york this morning. >> we got a new poll out from abc a few moments ago 2 points this election now.
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>> we saw that video dancing with all this in energy, feeling the movement of her campaign. you realize how quickly things in politics can change. >> press is declaring this over. shutting it down. don't bother voting except for democrats down ballot at this point because there is no chance she won't be elected president. she is still leading by the way as of this morning. but, clearly, this changes the direction because what's the defense that there is a right wing conspiracy in loretta lynch's justice department that the press is trying to help donald trump? those are not plausible claims. >> hillary clinton basically saying and you heard her in those sound bites there saying look, just release everything. we don't know if any of this stuff is significant. please put it out there. fbi, put it all out there so we can all poor through these things. >> also holding a press conference which is pretty unusual for north korea and her campaign. i think it's realizing what a big deal this is now she is saying get it out there. because all that we do know from what james comey has given us is not much. that's not good for her. >> exactly. trey gowdy is a member of
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the house judiciary committee. a republican and partisan. he has a way of summing things up in pretty crisp manner and did he it last night. watch this. >> this is the same person who said i neither sent nor received classified information. same person who said i turned over all my work-related emails. only had one device. my lawyers went through everything. that's the same person -- that now wants all of this public disclosure. the same person who went to great lengths to make sure that these emails were private tha now all of a sudden wants it made public. it's too rich. it's easy to ask people disclose things not do so. it makes her to look transparent. if it's a day that ends in y you can be sure she has talked to huma abedin and cheryl mills. she knows exactly what's on those computers. >> she did say a number of months ago that she wanted this stuff released. he is saying now. she did call for this a couple of months ago. >> we didn't know these emails existed.
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>> neither did james comey, apparently from what it sounded like. >> only carlos danger knew that he had had tens of thousands of relevant emails along with other stuff. it's not surprising. actually, anthony weiner was in hillary clinton's inner circle. this is what no one has said for the past couple years as we watched him blow himself up in public. he has relevant emails on his computer. i don't. you don't. you don't because woe are not part of an inner circle. he was. what does that tell you? >> four different devices that were seized from huma abedin. so these emails sitting on, you know, devices that were used back and forth between her and anthony weiner. >> yeah, i mean the only reason we know about this is because of a separate investigation going on with anthony weiner because he was texting underaged girls as we said earlier. this is a script that you did not even make up if you tried. james comey was in a tough position because of the timing of all of this. dogs he stick with protocol and listen to other sources saying don't release this now, it's too political. clearly he is thinking this is too big of a thing to not
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release until after the election. too many questions. >> democrats you may recall over the summer were praising james comey for his response to the email scandal. listen. >> let me just say this about director comey first. this is a great man. we are very privileged in our country to have him be the director of the fbi. >> i want to begin by commending you and the public servants at the fbi for the independent investigation you conducted. you had a thankless task. >> i honor your professionalism and your service to our country. >> i'm going to continue to be scrupulous about not commenting on it just because i think director comey could not have been more exhaustive. my understanding is not only did he make a full presentation but while we were over here, or at least flying, he was presenting to congress for hours on end. >> i greatly appreciate the work that the fbi, department of justice did and they handled it very
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professionally. >> so that was the president saying comey is a great guy, he did the best possible job and outcome was obviously a virtuous one. i wonder if he will be saying that now. dianne feinstein, senator from california is saying director comey's announcement played right into the political campaign of donald trump. the fbi has a history of extreme caution near election day so as not to influence the results today's break from that tradition is appalling. here she is attacking the justice system itself. isn't that what the left and the media were going after trump for doing you? are destabilizing the system. you can't say it's rigged. now they are saying it's rigid. >> that's what people hate about politics and what donald trump has been talking about from the beginning draining the swamp and pay for play. is he not going to let this two away easy. we do have john roberts, who has been following the trump campaign in golden, colorado. john, good morning to you. talk about another october surprise. would've. >> abby, good morning to you and to clayton and tucker as
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well. it's just after 5:00 here in golden. nobody here but the early birds, fox news, secret service, tsa and a couple of trump fans from nebraska who came here to see who they said is going to be the next president. we will see what happens on november the 8th. the trump campaign though believes that this whole thing about the fbi and the emails is going to change the direction of this campaign. in fact, they are counting on it yesterday, donald trump was set to open up a new line of attack against hillary clinton in 1999, supporting her husband who was then president granting clemency to terrorists and then this whole thing dropped on the campaign like an absolute bomb salute bombshell. crowds in new hampshire and maine went absolutely wild when donald trump gave them the news yesterday. listen to the reaction of the crowd when they talked about it in cedar rapids last night. [chanting] >> the investigation is the biggest political scandal since watergate and it's
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everybody's hope that justice at last can be delivered. the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time unless it were a most agreej just criminal offense. >> you heard the crowd there chanting lock her up and also cheering wildly at the news that this race may indeed take another direction. how could all of this effect the race in the trump campaign believes that some people are sitting on the fence could come over to trump. but others may just take a look at hillary clinton and say, you know, with all the news that's out there about this, can we trust her? maybe we should go with a third party candidate like gary johnson or jill stein or many of the other people. mcmullin will be on the ballot as well. trump is optimistic that this could move the needle for him one way or another. listen to this. >> we have pulled ahead nationally in numerous polls and this was all before this recent disaster for her but
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justice for the country. we had gaps but we are really moving. and i just wanted to say that because i don't know what's going to happen now and, by the way, speaking of iowa, and speaking of polls, the des moines register, not my favorite paper, has us up 4 points. >> he is still down 6 point here in colorado though. is he going to be working the mountain states of desert southwest. is he going also to arizona where is he behind hillary clinton by about 1.5 points. is he going to be in nevada as well. and then new mexico, early in the week they are going to new mexico and michigan. trump campaign says that they have got some internal pollings that show the race about evening in new mexico 40, 41 points and trump behind three points in michigan. trying to expand the map, tucker, tucker, and abby here in the campaign with just 11 days left. back to you. >> the trump campaign may
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see an opening here with some of the latest polls because it's been an october full, a mess for the hillary clinton campaign. >> many surprises. if you look down the laundry list of things that have unfolded. >> just in the last week if you look at it. >> you see tightening in the polls, wikileaks first, the poo desthat obamacare increases we learned about. >> a lot of people have done early voting. fbi doesn't clear their throat in 11 days. this is going to go on for a very long time. this is what people need to think about. this is ♪ just somebody focused on vision. this will drag on and on and on. >> plus we're stuck with obamacare for years. she was the intellectual architect she says. >> what kind of evidence does the fbi have against hillary clinton. the former director of that agency is here next with his theory on that. >> does hillary need to fire huma abedin? dana perino on the reality of that straight ahead.
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welcome back. shocking news from fbi director james comey has rocked the political world, what actually pushed comey to reopen this case? >> ron is a former assistant director of the fbi and he joins us now with more on this. good morning, sir, thanks for being here, an important morning. good morning, my pleasure. >> so you know what depose on behind closed doors at the fbi. you know what goes into their thinking when they are talking about reopening a case it seems like it had to be something quite serious for this to be reopened 11 days before the election. >> yeah, i think so. there is actually doj guidance that the fbi follows that direct you to avoid taking overt steps in doing things that would create the appearance of influencing an election. and and so you really do try
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to implement that guidance in every decision in a political case during a political season this is quite extraordinary. i would think what the fbi discovered and it's being reported that it's massive in scale that it is so significantly large that even with automation of what they already possess that they are not going to be able to get through it they think they have to, quite clearly, look in detail about what's in the take and evaluate it fresh and probably large enough that it moved the director to say i have to notify congress. >> do you think james comey needs to release new information though. because the democrats are upset about this saying it's totally unfair so close to the election to leave it so vague as he did. do you think he needs to give more info? >> you know, in a perfect world, he could do that. in a perfect world, he would get through whatever it is that they recovered and have a solid assessment of it in the next couple of days. but if we're talking about thousands and thousands of
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documents, some of which may have to be circulated through the intelligence community, if they are new documents to determine whether they were classified documents and what we should do about it, the notion, first, of putting it all out there in public is ridiculous. secondly, i think it could take a fair amount of time, like it did the first time, where the fbi is going to the other agencies and saying, what do you think about the classification of this document? >> now, ron, you have worked with james comey. and when all of these reports were coming out that this was sort of tanked politically, that this was why this was being reopened that fbi agents intermly were upset, do you understand by that? do you believe that? or is that erroneous reporting? >> i don't believe for a second that jim comey would take a call from the white house and act upon it. i don't believe the fbi or the director briefed the white house on the prior investigation and i think time and time again in his
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tenure comey has done things,made speeches that says he is his own man. is he not to say mother may i to the doj or white house. it's angered them in some cases not only do i just know the director. i know several of the other key executives who were involved in the chain i don't think for a second they are in the tank for hillary clinton are going to take a dive because somebody told them to, they quit. >> do you think other agents there pushed james comey to do what he did? i think there is internal and external nashing of t with on board agents and retired folks. there a lot of folks who think this should have been done as a criminal investigation. guys who have done public corruption cases saying hey, show me the grand jury. where is the support of the grand jury in the prosecutor and they don't want it done as what we have been told is the security review. so, i think there is some push back internal to the organization. i don't think it's going to make him quit. i don't think it's going to make him step aside.
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welcome back. a fox news alert now. a brand new poll out this morning from abc news and "the washington post" shows donald trump trailing hillary clinton by just 2 points. last week trump was down 12. >> here now with his reaction is trump campaign senior communications advisor jason miller. great to see you this morning, jason. >> good morning. >> of course you are going to say this is a game changer. it really is a game changer, isn't it. >> yes. it's a big deal. we have seen a lot of movement even before this earlier this week with the obamacare news coming out with the selling of clinton
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inc. to the tune of 66 million. we had seen huge movement in the polls earlier this week. in fact, we had it on new mexico and going to michigan on monday. we are on offense now. that's the trajectory of this race has really changed. >> is that the planned offense because as others have said, when your opponent is shooting themselves in the foot politically, let them shoot themselves in the foot politically they don't need extra help. is that the strategy. >> one of the important things to keep in mind the map is different for donald trump than it is for previous republican candidates or recent republican candidates. trump has the ability to reach out across party lines. to bring on independents and folks impacted negatively by this economy and get them into our camp. now is the time to go and get those votes. >> this comes at the end, as you mentioned for a bad week already for hillary clinton. we are getting new dumps every day of these wikileaks. some of them quite troubling if you actually read through them and see what is going on. what has gone on for years. i do wonder though if people are fully understanding if it resonates with folks as
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they think about who they vote for. >> here is what we know does resonate with them when they see healthcare premiums spiking. see pennsylvania slated for 53% increase or arizona being slated for 153% increase. for many this will become a difference of can they pay rent or pay for healthcare. this is where people realize wait a minute, what's been going on this past 8 years is not the direction that we want to go. this is where people who don't follow politics every day look and say it's time it make a change. >> you are saying of these three stories, hillary under fbi investigation. the clintons selling political access for millions or obamacare, revealing itself to be a total disaster. obamacare is number one? >> that's the one that has the direct impact on people's lives. where you see how does it impact me, the voter? the obamacare news is huge. but what the doug band information, the 66 million, that reaffirms what everybody has been thinking. it reminded them whatever is going on behind the scenes. whatever they are saying in private, whatever these paid speeches and open borders and all this stuff in
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private, and then yesterday with this fbi news, reopening this investigation. i mean, this is -- think about how remarkable this is 11 at as out. we are now at 10 days out. 11 days out reopening an investigation? they must have found something big. >> well, this 11 days is good point. this is where when those undecided voters who may be -- trump has very high unfavorables, hillary clinton has high unfavorables, they are sitting back and saying to themselves maybe i will sit this thing out. go to the polls. where do you see the independent undecided voters moving in last 11 days? >> independents and undecides are really looking for a change. you see upwards of the three quarters of the country. looking for someone to put it on the right direction. that's where trump's message of optimism, economic growth. resecuring our borders, renegotiating trade deals, these are all policies that can help american voters and even talking about going on offense, mr. trump has had a very clear message, much different from republicans in recent cycles of being a president for all americans with his plan this week for
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an american yo urban renewal, rebuilding freezing rain structure, school choice. >> people in michigan, can he win michigan? >> yes. absolutely. we show the race very tight. a couple of other developments don't just listen to what i'm saying. look at what hillary clinton is doing and saying. last saturday hillary clinton was in pennsylvania. this coming monday, she will be in pennsylvania again. pennsylvania supposedly one of the bluest of the blue. >> that's a great point. >> mr. trump is putting in play. one other thing i would say, too clinton campaign went one ad buy in wisconsin yesterday. >> that usually shows where they are concerned. >> well, they are trying to say it's to help down ballot democrats. >> no. you are right. >> don't just look -- >> -- they are focused on pennsylvania, it is true. >> keep in mind with pennsylvania, primarily election day voting. it's a late breaking state. we're going to be there a couple of times between now and the election. mr. trump has a great chance to win pennsylvania. >> all right, jason miller, thanks for being here. >> thanks. >> crazy election. keeps going. thanks, jason. coming up here on the show. donald trump called this
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email bombshell pack in the summer. >> i don't like uma going home at night and telling anthony weiner all of these secrets. >> well, it's a good point. putting them on his laptop for that matter. does anyone give donald trump credit for calling anthony weiner a major national security risk. dana marino is on the campaign chaos. you don't want to miss this next. there she is. come on in, dana. ♪ ♪ something new has arrived. ♪ uniquely designed for the driven. introducing the first-ever infiniti qx30 crossover. visit your local infiniti retailer today.
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>> we don't know the facts, which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has. even director comey noted that this new information may not be significant. so let's get it out. >> it might not be as rigged as i thought. [cheers] >> right? the fbi, i think they are going to right the ship, folks. >> dana perino is here to right this ship this morning. >> that's a tall order. they didn't tell me i was responsible for that. >> >> republicans are super excited this morning. >> cart wheels down pennsylvania avenue. >> may not be just about
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donald trump but down ballot candidates. >> i think it's true that we don't know what's in them. it's true that comey was very vegas. it's true that democrats are excited i'm sorry that republicans are excited and democrats are like what in the heck are you doing, comby. so, separate that out. i actually think that republican candidates in some of these battleground states ones getting very close, missouri, pennsylvania, indiana will help them out in the last 10 days instead of taking about donald trump all the time focus attention on democrats and hillary. you tell me why you support hillary clinton. are you comfortable with this? and it changes the topic for them going. >> exactly. reminds all of us that car rose danger is not just this embarrassing tabloid danger he was part of the inner circle. >> can i tell you i tend of think of things through a press secretary lens. so yesterday i see the news break, i'm like wow, that is a big deal. about an hour later gutfeld sends an email to the five team and it's information
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about anthony weiner that this is connected to the sexting and i belly laugh sod hard just because it's like an episode of veep. as a press secretary you can imagine i am going to need. >> imagine joe biden he was live doing an interview oh i didn't hear this oh, gosh. >> he didn't know what to say. >> press secretary reporters holding up the front page of the "new york post." this is not suspects you want to see with 10 or 11 days left. >> how do you explain this election to somebody from overseas that don't know anthony weiner. >> and don't read the "new york post." >> is she going to have to fire huma abedin? because as tucker mentioned she has been hillary clinton's closest aid for several years. >> i saw carl mention that i don't know because they weathered the storm thus far. one of the things that one source inside -- the problem is we don't have enough information so so much of this is speculative. that makes me a little uncomfortable. they have weathered the storm thus far. if the emails are duplicates
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of what they have already seen does she need to resign or be fired? i would say. no i don't have enough information to say whether she actually is a distraction. and if that even helps hillary at this point. >> abc is saying that. she is not in any of that. this is all on twitter. >> i love twitter. >> is it plausible that it would seem very reckless to me that comey would do this unless there was something real at the heart of it, right? >> yes. and i worked at the justice department for about a little under a year right after 9/11. so got a little taste of how they operate in terms of very cautious. >> yes. >> i also don't know what gas going on internally at the fbi and how much they had to look at. i'm sympathetic to the idea what if they had this whole tranche of emails that go to him and they say boss, what do you do with this? if he sat on it and didn't say anything until after the election, is he also in trouble. >> and ron hosko was on. i don't know if you caught him earlier on the show. >> no. >> former assistant director of the fbi he worked with comby.
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he says the guy doesn't say mother may i. he doesn't have the white house calling him asking him for favors. he will do what he is going to do on his own without people calling him telling him what to do. he said there is very likely that fbi agents came to him with these concerns and he wanted to be as transparent as possible. >> there is a rare moment of agreement between the trump and clinton campaign. yesterday, mike pence tweeted we think that comb were should release all the emails. get it all out there. and that's what john podesta from the hillary campaign said, too. let's just see it all. so it is a little ironic that hillary clinton is calling for full transparency at this point. but i think if i were in their position i would ask for the same thing no matter what's in it. just the chips fall where it may. >> do you want politicians influencing the course of a criminal investigation? obviously it's importune for voters let this drop. on the other hand isn't there is a higher concern that a criminal investigation remains pristine. >> if the shoe were on the other foot and it was republicans in that position. would we all be saying the same thing?
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i think the answer is no. what we care about most is justice, right? >> but the justice, especially in that case is about anthony weiner having texting of a sexual nature with a 15-year-old girl. that is a crime. that's that. and now separate they find ancillary evidence on a computer that has to do with an investigation that was never closed. can i see where the clinton campaign is saying, you have to give us more information to go on 11 at as before an election. this is not venezuela. >> so you have talked a lot about the importance of the independent voter how they are ultimately going to decide the outcome of this election. when you look at the this week wikileaks dump, premiums on obamacare or email investigation being reopened, what do you think impacts people the very most? >> probably obamacare and then maybe this. but also there was a clinton corruption question. the memo that goes from doug band of taneo to all the
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clients that say i'm going to be able to get all this money to access to bill clinton that i have. democrats cannot buy or break this week the g.d.p. numbers come in yesterday at the highest they have been in the long time 2.9% for the third quarter that didn't get a blip on the radar screen. i imagine obama is, 2.9% growth get credit and they are not going to be able to. nobody is going to be able to talk about anything for 10 days. comey is going to have to say something more. maybe not the full information. people deserve more information or else we will speck let for 10 days. >> have you been super busy this whole campaign season. you have got tv show. new podcast. have you been traveling like crazy. you also wrote a brand new book. >> yes. >> you needed to take some time out and spend some time with the dog. >> there is jasper. >> let me tell you about jasper. we will send him on the set sunday about you. my love affair withing toes growing up on the ranch and this crazy dog that has been with us at fox news four and
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a half years. photo shop galleries which i think is modern art done by a guy named five fans photo shop. humble and staying behind the scenes and anonymous. i think we have another picture of that he did just for you. >> he is a beautiful dog. >> really? >> this is. there he is the tremendous of you interviewing jasper on set. so i will make sure you to get you printout with that. >> you are so good with dogs. >> you know he has a girl dog named dave? >> i never understood that. >> dave sleeps in the bed. >> in that interview when interview was on the show we really got to the heart of the matter. >> we really did. >> what is he requesting to be for halloween by the way? >> captain america. we're going to madison, connecticut today to are r.r.j. july i can't. independent bookstore up there he gets to go with me. >> so america's dog is captain america. >> las book big hit. >> go on instagram i follow you. every day it makes me smile. >> no one wants to sigh
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pictures of your dog and i pointed to your book and said that's not true. >> she is tough. >> she is married to this guy. got to be. >> oh, yeah. >> thank you, dana great to see you. >> donald trump always says people have been locked up for doing far less than hillary clinton has done. it turns out he is right on that point. a mother whose son is in jail right now has a message for hillary clinton straight ahead. >> and did the donald see this coming? >> i don't like huma going home at night and telling anthony weiner all of these secrets. >> oh boy, is he going to get credit though for predicting clinton's latest crisis months before it even happened? ♪ you can go your own way ♪ go your own way ♪ you can call it thunder
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>> developments in the investigation into hillary's secret server and her ties to anthony weiner. details that nobody saw coming except, apparently for donald trump. watch this. >> her number one person, huma abedin, is married to anthony weiner, who is a sleaze ball and a pervert. i'm not saying that -- i mean, that's recorded history, right? i don't like huma going home at night and telling anthony weiner all of these secrets, okay? >> yes. he is a sleaze ball and a pervert. i remember people laughing at that quote when he said it. but, actually, it turned out to be remarkably prescient was anthony weiner a security risk? that's a real question this morning. here to weigh in kelly adele with the "washington times." sleaze ball and pervert yet
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his computer thousands of emails that may have been relevant to national security. we don't know. we don't know but it looks very possible. what do you make of trump's remarks? >> trump the, you know, oracle of this election. i mean, he said it back in august, and he was largely mocked by the mainstream elite media who would say why does he even get down into these tabloid matters. anthony weiner is so distasteful and yet, here we are. yesterday, the biggest news, a nuclear bomb went off in the presidential election and the fbi is reopening investigation in this case and anthony weiner holds the keys to it huma abedin was only people that had email from hillary clinton's private server it is only reasonable to think that shield be emailing her husband throughout the whole thing on this server. >> of course. i have to say i have watched this from the very beginning i know anthony weiner and it never occurred to me if huma abedin is hillary clinton's closest aid that means her husband is part of hillary
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clinton's inner circle. i don't know why i didn't connect the dots. you watched all of this break yesterday. it was a huge deal. you also watched the press reaction to it. tell us, what is the reaction from working reporters to this news that the fbi is opening this investigation? >> well, the first thing is they were all shocked, right? because on monday the reporting about hillary clinton's transition into the white house predicting her her cabinet members were going to be basically saying that she is now playing in all of these states like arizona is going to be a wipe out. so they were like oh, no. and then all of a sudden it becomes james comey. he is the villain. is he all of a sudden a partisan hack. back in july they loofd him and lauded his opinion. and now you have people like paul krugman coming out and basically saying that, you know, he is working. he is unfairly interjecting himself in the political process. and this is an injustice. >> here is one from david gregory until viewers intervened hosted the sunday show for nbc. watch. this what is also striking
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is the extent to which the fbi director of the united states is allowing himself to be interjected into this political campaign, unprecedented that he would have released the information he released after a decision not to recommend indictment. you just don't see that done ever. >> unprecedented in a breathy way for sure. is it unprecedented, do you think? >> i mean, it's unprecedented that -- that the person running for president would have a home brewed email server lie about it for an entire year, put national security at risk, is now under another fbi investigation and she can become the next president. that's unprecedented. it all ends up to hillary clinton. >> it's a very good point. thanks a lot, kelly. good to see you this morning. >> thank you. >> donald trump always says people have been locked up for doing less than hillary clinton did with her emails on that point he is right. a mother whose son is in jail right now has a message for hillary clinton and that is next. plus, sources tell fox news that james comey broke with loretta lynch and the doj about the email probe.
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donald trump sounding off on the fbi reopening its investigation into hillary clinton's emails. >> for all of the people that have suffered for doing so much less, including just recently four star general james cartwright, general petraeus, and many others, perhaps finally justice will be done. >> well, many others, that's what we are about to get to. until now there has been a double standard for hillary clinton when it comes to classified documents. one man thinks so. u.s. navy sailor that's christian -- he went to jail
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for taking photos in a classified area of a submarine back in 2009. no evidence he ever shared those photos. mother kathleen visited son in prison yesterday as the news about hillary clinton broke and she joins us now. kathleen, good to see you this morning. you hadn't planned to visit your son yesterday after you learned about this news, right? >> no. we had a scheduled visit. we were going -- myself, his wife, and his 1-year-old daughter were going to visit. and i heard about the story breaking from someone that sent me a text. so, i had about 15 minutes with my son before i was asked to be on risk and reward last night. i was able to let him know as donald trump said, possibly justice will be served. i'm still not convinced there isn't a double standard, so i'm hopeful that people will step up and do what's right and hold hillary clinton and her staff to the same standards they hold all-american patriots in the united states. >> one year in prison for
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mishandling classified info is what your son got. what did your son say when he learned of the news about this latest revelation about these emails on uma abedin's computers and anthony weiner tied to all of this. what did he say to you? >> what he said to me was and i will get to your in a little bit mom, i thought i stepped up to join the navy to serve my country but maybe this is how i'm serving my country is raising awareness of the double standard so all people like myself and others who proudly serve as well as other patriotic americans will be held to the same standard as those that should serve and protect us such as hillary clinton is attempting to do by running for president of the united states. we started a facebook page american patriots against double standards and it's all about other people and their story and i hope that people will get on that page and share it and like it and follow our story. we found out yesterday that -- i found out that my son will not be able to have any lessened sentence in federal prison because of the way the judge sentenced
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him he has to do the full year. we're disappointed in that but we expect and acknowledge that my son has -- my son has accepted responsibility for taking six photos when he was serving. he wahe is serving his time and i'm proud of him as an american. >> these are the photos that your son took in the submarine? what happened to him after this? what are these pictures of? did he ever share them? >> right. so i can't see them from where i'm at, but i'm expecting that you are putting up the photos that were disclosed during the sentencing hearing. so, he took photos, six of them in a classified area. one thing i want to state is in 2009 when those photos were taken, there was no cell phone ban on submarines during that time. many other sailors were taking photos as well. actually, two sailors were brought to light during the sentencing time, that they received a reduction in rank and a fine of $550. and one of them has now been
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recently promoted to an officer position. so there is obviously a double standard within the military as well. my son did not share those photos. >> he didn't share those photos and he also destroyed them. is what hillary clinton did in your mind worse than what your son did? >> they are both mishandling classified information. both had classified information on device. lowest classification. six photos, hillary clinton multiple photos transmitted to knows who knows where and who saw those. as far as i'm concerned she is dangerous. she is dangerous to our national security. she is definitely unsafe and dangerous to the united states of america if she were to become president of the united states. >> all right. kathleen salsier mother of the son doing time in federal prison. >> thank you. we appreciate it. >> thank you. please pray for our family.
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the democratic nominee for president, she's running. she is now under investigation again by the fbi. >> a bombshell that could reshape the 2016 race as we know it. >> the fbi, after discovering new emails, is reopening their investigation into hillary clinton. [cheers and applause] >> even more bizarre turn than anyone could have ever predicted. >> four devices taken by the fbi as part of that investigation. >> they're from the investigation of new york congressman anthony weiner. >> 11 days before a presidential election and understand. >> it's gotta be big.
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>> it's got that be big. >> hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. >> this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out. >> if hillary clinton wanted information out there, why is it taking so long for her to explain the server? >> we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. >> they could arrest her. they could indict her. they could send her to jail. >> i mean, the whole notion that huma abedin would allow this sleazy pervert husband of hers access to her computer is mind boggling. >> this is -- what the hell is happening? >> this goes to the heart of our constitutional republic. you don't do this the united states of america. >> woo! >> the sleazy pervert that geraldo was referring to front page "new york post." this could be the bombshell, big october surprise after a series of three different big october surprises for
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the clinton camp. >> unreal. happy saturday morning. >> how do the rest of us miss that guy? could you put the picture up again? mr. carlos danger esquire was at the molt ton core at the hillary clinton volcano like he was in the inner circle. why didn't we get that? >> even if you were writing a television show which they do all the time about campaigns and about white house you cannot make this up what has happened yesterday. >> fired immediately for floored pros. >> we usually know our run downs hours before the show. you saw the montage from yesterday. all the prime time shows blew up the show. changes how we talk about this election. >> that's why we have this fox news alert for you this morning. the fbi back on hillary clinton brand new emails under review as the democratic nominee calls on fbi director james comey to release everything they have. >> we have fox news team coverage this morning. john roberts is in golden, colorado following the trump campaign. first, mike emanuel has the latest emails in this
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investigation, a fallout from the clinton camp. mike, you are in chappaqua, new york where the clintons are what do you have? >> abby, tucker, clayton, good morning to you. it was an october surprise from an unlikely source. when the fbi director told congressional leaders there is more to investigate. hillary clinton and her campaign team were on the way to iowa when news broke that would create a political earthquake 11 days before election day. federal law enforcement officials discovering emails deemed to be pertinent to the closed investigation into clinton's private email server. that bombshell left the democratic nominee and her senior aids scrambling. last night clinton did a hastily called news conference pushing director comey to explain what caused him to take these steps at a critical time in the campaign. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the emails referenced in his letter are significant or not. i'm confident whatever they are will not change the
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conclusion reached in july. therefore, it's imperative that the bureau explain this issue and question whatever it is without any delay. >> director comey sent a letter to fbi employees writing, quote: we don't ordinarily tell congress about ongoing investigations. but here i feel an obligation to do so, given that i testified repeatedly in recent months that our investigation was completed. i also think it would be misloading to the american people were we not to supplement the record. fox has confirmed the emails were found in the probe of disgraced former new york congressman anthony weiner's alleged sexting of a teenage girl. weiner is the estranged husband of long time aide huma abedin. "new york times" is reporting tens of thousands of emails belonging to abedin on weiner's laptop. fox has reported it is a significant amount of information. and that this probe will not be wrapped by election day.
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abby, tucker, clayton? >> mike emanuel for us this morning in west chester, new york. thanks, mike. >> outstanding. thank you, mike. there are a lot of legal questions about how this happens and what is going to happen next. i want to bring in appropriately judge andrew napolitano by phone this morning. judge, are you there. >> good morning, guys. >> good morning. put this in context for us. our assumption is it's gotta be big if comey is doing this 11 days out. is that a fair assumption? >> i think it is a fair assumption. remember, comey has been under tremendous, below the radar screen pressure from the younger fbi agents who actually worked on this case and from retired fbi agents who view the fbi sadly, very differently than the one for which they worked. to reexam evidence and to reopen the investigation. i would like to think that he made his decision on the basis that he announced yesterday, on the basis of true evidence that came before him and not on the basis of political pressure
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applied on him. but i can tell you from sources to whom -- from whom fox has communicated on a regular, consistent, systematic basis that the pressure has been relentless. now, having said that one of the more poignant statements of the past 24 hours has been our colleague geraldo rivera. how could huma abedin have permitted secret, top secret confidential, three categories of classified materials to be put on a laptop which was shared by her now estranged husband? >> right. >> so the question remains what are these things? has the fbi not seen them before? might this have been a shelter for emails that mrs. clinton and her it experts managed to get off of her server? or does the fbi not know yet because of the volume of these if they fit in to confidential secret or top secret categories? >> right. we don't know the content of these emails. could they be duplicate?
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could they be the ones that hillary clinton were deleted on her server? they are actually on huma abedin's laptop? i want to ask you the legal question about huma abedin. what is she facing this morning? >> well, she has -- we don't know if the fbi and the justice department, which was handing out what it called immunity. there were technically not immunity. they were promises not to prosecute on the basis of what the individuals told the fbi. we don't know if huma abedin received one of those, clayton. if she did, and if a court were to enforce it, that would carve out a great deal of charges available to the fbi. if she did not, then mrs. abedin would be facing similar charge that hillary clinton was facing. failure to secure state secrets that were repose to you for safe-keeping. when she was number one in mrs. clinton's office and number three in the state department, depending upon
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how you count the hierarchy, she, too, had a top security clearance. that imposed upon her the same burden that was imposed upon mrs. clinton to keep these secrets in a safe place. not share them with your spouse. particularly a spouse as reckless as anthony weiner. >> right. by coming out 11 days before this election. james comey has essentially gone against what loretta lynch and the protocol of the fbi and the justice department by coming out just a few days before this election. now you have democrats, judge, who are really upset about how this is being handled saying not only are they reopening this investigation, which they don't think is fair, but also there is really no information that james comey has given out to the public about why they have reopened it. do you think they have a point and that he should give more information at this point? >> well, i think they have a point. now, i'm chuckling a little bit because i have been on the record and i have been arguing for months that there is enough evidence here to charge, indict and
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convict. and i have been arguing since july 5th that the decision not to prosecute her was wrong. but i also think it was wrong for him to come out yesterday the way he did. he has no obligation to reveal to the congress or to the public the reopening of an investigation, particularly when he is not able to say what the evidence is or how grave it is or what she is going to be charged with if they had already done their homework, he can very well say we have decided to recommend to the justice department that she be charged with the following five charges and here is the evidence. but not having said that he has placed the country 11 days right before election day in a sort of walking on egg shells. is this stuff about huma abedin or is it about -- not running for president or is it about hillary clinton who is? >> right. so i mean the speculation at this point is, this was a prophylactic against charges he would expect, criticism he would expect if hillary was electedame out
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later that he knew about this ahead of time and didn't say anything about. >> it you know, you're right on the mark. he faced a damned if you do and damned if you don't. if she gets elected and turned out around thanksgiving that he knew about this in october and sat on it, he would be severely criticized. on the other hand now he is released it. he apparently himself doesn't each know what it is. and i is being credit sides? right. let me ask you, it was wrong for him not to have recommended indictment for political reasons. it is equally wrong for him if he reopened this investigation for political reasons. as much as i have problems with mrs. clinton as a human being, and as a candidate for president, she has the same constitutional rights as the rest of us. and this drip, drip, drip of we have something on you and we are not going to tell you what it is is reprehensible and wide of the mark of the justice department regulations. >> all right. judge napolitano, great to have you here this morning.
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>> a man of principle speaking of up. >> thanks, judge. >> all right. well, we want to get right now to the donald trump campaign where the republican nominee is praising the fbi for its decision to reopen the case. >> that's where we find john roberts. is he live for us in golden colorado this morning. john, good to see you. >> abby, clayton, tucker, good morning to you. what a difference a day makes. donald trump goes from criticizing the fbi to praising the fbi. the big question how much of an effect is this goings to have on the race. certainly a lot of other things have been influencing the race. let's put up the latest abc news tracking poll. now hillary clinton just 2 points ahead, 47% to 45%. that is a move of 10 points to deposit for donald trump since last week when they began tracking this thing. of course, donald trump just got a big gift for his campaign from the fbi. he warned months ago he was concerned about anthony weiner being in proximity to potentially classified information and now he gets a chanced in the next 11 days to hammer hillary clinton on lack of judent and corruption. listen to what he said yesterday in manchester, new hampshire.
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>> this is bigger than watergate. watergate. [cheers] >> this is bigger than watergate in my opinion. hillary bleached and deleted 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena. that alone to me -- there were more serious things done but how does it get much more? >> and here is a quick snapshot of how things are going in the state of florida with early voting when it comes to absentee mail-in votes the republicans are ahead 55663. and democrats are up 37791. in raw materials that net is 17872 to the good for republicans. not to say how people are actually voting just by party affiliation that's what we are seeing in florida. one point of perspective here on everything we are seeing and abby you talked about write ago plot for a tv show. if you went to a producer
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with a plot that said a failed politician mailing a picture of his -- to 15-year-old girl might change the outcome of a presidential election? are you kidding? nobody would believe that. >> i still don't believe it. [ laughter ] >> that's too implausible. we can't write that. that's not going to happen. yet that's the case this morning. >> that's where we are. amazing. >> john roberts is in golden, colorado. thanks, john. >> unreal. you can't make any of this. so how are democrats defending hillary clinton this morning. richard goldstein will debate tucker next. that will be interesting. >> someone forgot to tell joe biden about the whole hillary email thing. watch. this i don't know where this email -- where these emails came from. >> apparently tony weiner. >> well -- oh god, oh. anthony weiner. >> yes, he speaks for many democrats this morning. the question is the clinton campaign imploding? more ahead ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me lies ♪ tell me, tell me lies
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joining us now to react democratic vat gist and richard good stein. good to see you. >> this is part of the plan. falling in the trap. i'm letting you know. >> we are all actors in your play. i'm not claiming it's going to convince a lot of people to vote for trump. probably some. i think it's definitely going to convince some people not to vote for hillary because she is under fbi investigation. who wants a newly elected president in that position? >> right. let me just start by saying
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isn't it odd that anthony weiner's under investigation for sexting underaged girls? >> yes. >> whereas donald trump who is on the ticket bragged about walking in on naked under aged girls at his beauty contest and he grabs strangers. he is on the ticket. i'm not saying -- i don't know how you compare the two. he is running for president. anthony weiner is not. >> i don't think there were underaged girls. >> no. they said there were. >> here is the point. democrats making a moral case against trump. is he disgusting, he is a fascist. he is not a good enough person to be president. now all of us have awakened to the fact that carlos danger, as have you called him former congressman to congrn the inner circle to where emails are on his laptop a laptop you wouldn't touch. she is sending emails to huma. human thattably he has a pass code.
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even comey says in his letter to congress we don't know what we're talking about. nobody has reviewed these emails. we don't know whether they are significant. and we certainly don't know whether they are classified. so, look, i understand why hillary opponents are jumping to conclusions because that's all they have got to go on right now. trump has been so reviled by republicans calling them racist, xenophobes, et cetera, that's basically got to be what they can run on otherwise democrats say get out and vote. >> let's not jump to conclusions. i have no idea what in these emails i know hillary clinton is under fbi investigation that's prima facie big deal. because she finds someone to blame who is it this time? right wing conspiracy in right wing doj or sexism? >> i think jim comey had an original sin. prosecute or don't prosecute back in july but having all this talk about it, right? disclosing raw material from the fbi now i think he has
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compounded it by the sense of having obligation that he has to disclose the fact that they found some emails that may be totally unrelated, okay? so i think the burden is on him. it's not just hillary asking for it on the trump campaign. it's chuck grassley and other republicans saying tell us what you know. this is unfair to the voters. i don't think hillary is going to be blaming anybody except the fbi has got to kind of -- they broke with precedence. >> the fbi. >> the fbi broke with precedent. come on be honest. >> don't want to undermine confidence in the system. >> that would never happen. >> richard good stein, it's great to see you this morning. >> my pleasure. thanks for having me. >> what is it like behind the scenes when hillary clinton got blindsided yesterday. you heard the democratic nominee demanding the agency release evidence. hopefully her name. can ha happen legally and what would happen if it did? judge is here next with his ruling next.
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welcome back. a quick look at some headlines, chaos in cabin. video inside a burning plane shows passengers running for their lives. >> go, go [bleep] we can't go. >> go you mother [bleep] >> go, go. >> jump and slide. >> people are panicking, but hector with his cell phone didn't panic. he was able to shoot video while everything was on fire. they were sliding down american airlines flight. rare uncontained engine failure causing the plane to burst into flames just mommy's before takeoff at chicago's o'hare airport. those people stepping off to
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see flames and black smoke pouring off the left wing. seriously nobody was hurt. mike pence's plane had faulty brakes causing it to skid off the runway. spoilers on the plane's wings that created drag didn't deploy automatically. the pilot had to do it himself after landing. some headlines for you. >> glad they are safe. thank you, clinton. hillary clinton now and thering that the fbi director james comey release new evidence into the agency's probe into private email server all in an attempt to clear her name. >> this is after all an ongoing investigation. it raises the question can comey legally release that information? here to tell us is former dade county circuit court judge alex ferrer. judge, it's great to see you this morning. >> good to see you, tucker. >> republicans also saying tell us what you got. can he do that legally? >> well, yes. it's not a question of legally can he do it. it's a question of should he do it? and in doing that he jeopardizing the entire investigation. if you remember, back during the ferguson investigation
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media was screaming and citizenry screaming the officer should release the statement and any evidence they had about the shooting happened. had they done that what would have happened would have been completely different. you remember that the forensic evidence eventually proved that the a lot of the evidence were flat out lying. the defendant wasn't holding his hands up or fleeing or surrendering at the time that he was shot. he had released the forensic evidence to prove that witnesses would have changed their testimony and it would have been a totally different outcome. that's why law enforcement should never release details about the investigation while it's ongoing until they pin down the statements of all the witnesses and button everything down. i would say even then they shouldn't release it. you know, donald trump is confidently criticizing the military for announcing all of its procedures and plans. i would criticize any law enforcement agency that opens up investigations for the public while they are ongoing? >> he was in a tough position because here you are less than two weeks before this election. obviously you learn things that were quite alarming and
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shocking to him. and he was, you know, under a situation where either release this after the election which could have been even worse in his position. so are you -- so what do you do? did he do the right thing there? >> i don't think he had any other choice because, remember, he was in front of congress testifying under oath that the investigation into hillary clinton's emails were completed. that led congress to demand release of documentation, statements of witnesses, what the it tech said that he was given immunity for. all of this information. so now, he either holds that back and is seen as obstructionist or hillary gets elected and subsequently you find out that there were charges that could be brought against her that weren't revealed before the election. and we don't know for a fact that this is going to lead to charges or that it is even going to lead to anything to do with hillary. maybe it just has to do with huma abedin. if that were to happen, he would certainly be criticized for obstructing and deceiving the american public. so, he was at a cross road
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there i disagree with judge napolitano on that topic. i think he had to release this information under these unusual circumstances. prosecute in july. >> y of people felt that way i noticed. >> judge andrew ferrer. good to see you this morning. >> thank you, guys. >> what was it like behind the scenes when hillary clinton got blind sided by the fbi. nobody knows better than ed klein. is he going to join us next. stick around. ♪ something new has arrived. ♪ uniquely designed for the driven. introducing the first-ever infiniti qx30 crossover. visit your local infiniti retailer today.
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i think hillary, if she said what i'm told she said is correct that she released the emails for the whole world to see. the whole world to see. they can continue their investigation. it won't, to the best of my knowledge, it won't prejudice the investigation. but that's sort of the stilted language the agency always uses. >> i would be remiss if i didn't note that if she had released all the emails from the get-go we wouldn't be having this conversation. >> well, that's true. i don't know where these emails came from. >> apparently anthony weiner. >> well, oh god. anthony weiner -- um, i should not comment on anthony weiner. i'm not a big fan. >> wow. >> now i kind want want to know what he would say. >> i would like to know, joe. we would like to bring in ed klein author of the book
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"guilty as sin" sources inside the hillar hillary campan this morning. >> nice to be here. >> what does your sources tell you about what this bombshell unfolds late this week. >> i think you have got to go back into the fbi for months there has been huge pressure on comey from his agency and his top deputies and there has been a toxic atmosphere within the fbi because he just lead hillary get away with a slap on the wrist. some of these agents have stopped talking to him when they meet him in the hawive anhallwayand says good morning y don't reply. he has a stack of resignations on his desk that he has not dealt with yet. he is very depressed. so, there has been this pressure on him to do something to undo the terrible negative mountain
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of criticism that's come upon the fbi. >> right. well, i'm struck by the reaction of the hillary campaign. the vice president who has been acting as her surrogate goes out for a television interview right in the middle of this unfolding story and somehow they don't get the news to him that carlos danger or as some people call him congressman anthony weiner is involved in all of this. shouldn't he be up to date before all the interview? it sounds like chaos to me. >> there is chaos, i think. when it comes to comey, i think he was under two separate pressures. one was internal. even his wife, by the way, was telling him you did the wrong thing. you should undo it. i'm told the aged like 10 years in the last four months. the guy has been a basket case. he has the problem of this morale but he also has a problem if after the election there are investigations by the republican congress, and they subpoena these fbi agents who are mut mute news mue
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shouldn't have let her go. >> he was left with a tough decision to make. do you release this now, 11 days before this election or after we know who wins for the next person to become president? he obviously decided this was too important he had to do it now. now this leaves a lot of people scrambling behind the scenes including the hillary clinton campaign not knowing this was coming and not knowing how to handle. this the president obama has referred to comey as my worst appointment in my entire presidency. they really really dislike each other. this came as a complete surprise to the white house and to loretta lynch because he didn't tell them in advance what he was going to do. >> loretta lynch is his boss in effect. >> they hardly speak,
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actually. >> he sees her as too political. >> yes. he has been dealing with this whole thing in a kind of lawler an laurel and hardy kf way. what a terrible mess we are in. he just made it worse and worse and worse. >> what about huma abedin. of course, whether or not she has immunity in certain areas and donald trump sort of predicted this a number of months ago. he was saying at the end of the day she goes home and then there is anthony weiner at home. maybe he has access to things that she has on the computers. what happens to her? does hillary clinton fire her? >> well, you know, i have written about huma abedin at great length in my recent book "guilty as sin." there is no one closer to hillary clinton than huma abedin. they are literally never more than 3 feet apart at home, in chappaqua, on her plane wrrve she is, everything that hillary knows huma knows.
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huma often carries or carried when hillary was secretary of state her blackberry. huma actually did a lot of hillary's blackberry communications. so it is not unlikely that on huma's computer the anthony weiner home, you are going to find a lot of communications that have to do with hillary clinton as secretary of state, some of them maybe even top secret. >> are you shocked by any of this? i mean, you have been following this so closely. you have been writing about this. a lot of us are watching how can this happen right now? are you shocked? >> yeah. i think it's a complete mess. 10 days before the election? this is not supposed to happen in america. i mean, it just is a complete revolution and upheaval of our political system. >> h ed klein, thanks a lot for that insight. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> we have other headlines to get to. attorney general loretta lynch is refusing to answer questions about massive cash payment by iran to the obama
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administration. lynch is pleading the fifth about how the 1.7 billion-dollar payment was approved and delivered. the money was tied up in a deal to free american hostages. congressional lawmakers want answer four questions related to the deal and by november 4th. and a swing state cheater is stepping up their game first in virginia where this man now faces up to 40 years in prison for allegedly registering voters who not -- do not exist. then in the crucial state of florida, 74-year-old poll worker there gladys, can you see him there, accused of filling out absentee ballots intentionally left partially blank. and tamika filling out ballots from dead people while working at home. obamacare could be making people sick. according to customers who bought health insurance through the affordable care act trying to save money by skipping up doctor appointments all together and putting off surgeries.
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only 12% of low income customers used walk-in clinics in the past year. this comes as premiums across the country increase an average of 25%. and gary johnson is at it again. the libertarian presidential candidate asking a cnn host if she thinks he can take advantage of the new clinton email investigation. take a listen. >> maybe we will still occupy the white house. maybe it's a possibility here. what do you think? >> that's for you, governor, to get to figure out. >> well, johnson already flopping on a question about aleppo, syria, and unable to name a foreign leader on tv. you never know though, guys. this election is a little crazy. >> i don't know, abby, what do you think? what do you think, abby? >> oh, gosh. >> he is the best. is he hilarious. aleppo? >> is he hilarious. >> hillary clinton caught in another lie. this time claiming republicans were the only ones who knew about the new email probe.
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>> first we knew about it i assume when you knew about it. when this letter sent to republican members of the house was released. >> so where do the two campaigns come from here. charles hurt is up next with his take on that. >> how will this scandal effect undecided voters the ones who really count. if it doesn't change their minds, what will? we have a panel of actual undecided voters. we searched the entire country to find them. stay tuned to see them. ♪ ♪ ♪ lots of vitamins a&c, and, only 50 calories a serving... good morning, indeed. v8. veggies for all.
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they say they have found will in any way reveal classified information that you sent or received? >> no. we have not been contacted by anyone. first we knew about it is i assume when you knew about it, when this letter sent to republican members of the house was released. so we don't know the facts. >> the letter was, of course, sent to democrats as well not just republicans. so will this investigation have any effect on clinton's chances at winning 10 days from now? is a trump presidency a real possibility? "washington times" columnist our old friend charlie hurt joins us now to weigh in. stripping aside all the spin and i'm not being partisan here. just as sincere as i can be, it can't be helpful if you are running for president two weeks out and find yourself under fbi investigation. that can't be a good thing, right? >> i don't think that's in the column of helpful things if you are running a presidential campaign. you know, remember, yesterday morning, hillary clinton was picking out her cabinet. joe biden was announced as
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her pick for secretary of state. they had this thing in the bag. and of course the fact that she came out and gave -- is that her second press conference if you want to call three questions a press conference? is that her second press conference in like 18 months or something? that's how you know how scared they are and how concerned they are about this the press, too. they didn't expect. this settled and happy about that. you saw immediate focus and not on hillary and how she got us here in this moment of chaos but on james comby. i mean, you saw over on cn think david gregory formerly of nbc this sun precedented comey would do this. >> the guy was such a statesman just couple of months ago when he gave that damning quote unquote exoneration of her in the first stage of the investigation. i think people are just --
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they don't know they are just stun. as you say the press completely thought that they had this thing in the bag as well. >> he would seem like such a good guy when he was letting the hillary campaign proceed. not even partisan legal partisan questions but legal questions. for example, huma abedin was questioned by the fbi earlier. and presumably one of the question where a all the emails where are the devices might reside. presumably she didn't name her husband's laptop or they would have grabbed it then. does it put in jeopardy and others? >> i think it does or certainly it ought to. this is a big question that i have, tucker, how did they not -- i mean, her apartment should have been raided. the clinton's house should have been raided in the first investigation. and, of course, if anyone else had been charged or accused of these crimes, you can guarantee that everyone they know, everyone that they had close enough
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contact with to have shared huge tranches of emails with. they absolutely -- there would have been no oh we found this four months later because we opened an entirely separate sexting -- underaged sexting investigation. >> so you have covered washington for a long time for a million different publications. be the fact checker here. am i misremembering this or did they brag how they set up huma and anthony weiner they were like god parents to this marriage. >> bill clinton married the two of them. he officiated their wedding ceremony. here is the other thing, you were holding up that wonderful "new york post" wood. over here, that's a band-aid on his telephone, on his smart phone, his iphone. whatever that thing is not only, it's a child's band-aid. how creepy. i mean, this is while he has -- what's wrong with his phone? these people are dirt bags.
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>> i would say when carlos danger is in your inner circle i think it's time to reassess. >> kind of unpresidential. >> kind of unpresidential. carlos danger for president. good see you. >> thanks a lot, tucker. >> well, coming up next, a brand new poll out this morning shows the race has been reset. trump is now down just 2 points with 10 days to go. this scandal appears to be affecting undecided voters. we have an actual panel of them to find out for certain. they join us next. plus, we have a huge final hour on tap. congressman darrell issa of california, geraldo rivera. they're on the show among many others to react to the bombshell that exploded in the middle of this presidential race 10 days out. don't go away. ♪ ♪
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we're back now with a fox news alert. and a brand-new poll showing donald trump trailing hillary clinton now by just two points, last week trump was down 12 in that same poll. how will the bombshell news affect undecided voters. rickardo garcia is a small business owner and registered voter. and katie burrack is an independent voter. i want your reaction to the news yesterday. ted, you said you have never been more undecided about who you're voting for. how does the bombshell from yesterday influence how you're thinking about things? >> it just shows the games that are played in politics, to come
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out with this type of news ten days before the election, and now hillary clinton pretending to be so transparent, let's get it all out. even though i'm an undecided voter, i am decided on the fact that the system is rigged. deplorable, superpredators, needy latinos and us basement dwellers will either be sitting at home or voting for other candidates. >> rickaardricardo, what are yo thinking about things? >> i'm very undecided right now. but we have to wait and see what happens, i truly believe this is, it might be a deciding factor. >> with this investigation, but it sounds like we may not know anything until well after this election. so how is that going to impact
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your vote? >> well, right now, especially for the latino community, being from puerto rico, everything that has to do with puerto rico and the economy struggles with puerto rico will decide my vote. >> katie, how about you? >> for me, the news is very important to the election and i'm surprised that it did come out this close to the election, but i'm not sure that it's going to swing my vote one way or the other, i think there's a lot of unknowns around it and i think it's a wait and see at this point for me. >> what do you need to hear between now and then? because i talked to a lot of undecided voters in this election, it seems to change, at some points i want hillary clinton and the next i want donald trump. >> with all the news that's
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coming out, it's one dramatic event to the next. i'm not sure that one more dramatic event will make that decision for me. i think i need to trust my gut when it comes down to it. >> are you going back and forth still? >> i go back and forth with the frustration of still wanting to see the e-mails, still wanting to listen to the speeches that hillary clinton made. i'm not listening to promises, because there's been promises year after year that have been unfulfilled. i think people will be staying home in the basement, the basement dwellers. but we can't trust the polls, that's for sure. >> ricardo, you say you're waiting for this e-mail scandal to come out. what issue are you going vote for?
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>> veterans affairs and i'm not sure there's enough out there for either candidate for veteran businesses. and that's going to set up who i'm going to vote for. >> ten days left to go. thank you for being here this morning, i really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> thank you. as i said, with just ten days to go before this election, the fbi tells congress it needs to take a closer look at those e-mails, congressman darrell issa is going to give us his view. isn't she the one who set up the private server to begin with? geraldo rivera, he is on deck. stay with us.
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the democratic nominee for president, she's now under investigation again by the fbi. >> a bombshell that could
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reshape the 2016 race as we know it. >> the fbi, after discovering new e-mails. is reopening their investigation into hillary clinton. >> using a more bizarre term than anybody could have predicted. >> it was four devices that were taken by the fbi as part of their investigation. >> their investigation of new york congressman anthony weiner. >> i don't know where these e-mails came from. >> apparently anthony weiner. >> oh, god, anthony weiner. >> this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out. >> 11 days before a presidential electi election. >> it's got to be big. >> if hillary clinton has information out there, how come it's taken her so long. >> to alou this sleazy husband of hers access to her commuter
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is mine boggling. >> hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. >> yes, it's a little twist in the presidential race. it's a bombshell. >> eacarlos is back, carlos danger, at the heart of the presidential race, we thought we had heard the last of carlos danger. >> he prefers it apparently. >> we have a jam packed show for you this weekend, you thought ten days before the election, you would think we would slide right into it. >> the fbi now reopening an investigation into her private e-mail server and hillary clinton now wants the new e-mails public. >> we go to mike emanuel live in westchester, new york, with the clinton campaign. talk about an october surprise
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they were not wanting. >> hillary clinton is pressing fbi director james comey who does not want a delay. when this october surprise break, nobody was expecting 11 days before the election. the fbi advised congressional leaders this new information has surfaced and they will review them to see if they contain classified investigation. the fbi said it wrapped it's clinton investigation months ago. huma abedin was sected to this new information. and last night clinton was asked if she had spoken to abedin by in the new revelation. >> we have heard these rumors and we don't know what to believe and i'm sure there will be more rumors, that is why it's incumbent on the fbi to tell us what they're talking about, jeff, because right now your
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guess is as good as mine, and i don't think that's good enough. >> fox says confirmed the e-mails were found in disgraced former congressman anthony weiner and his alleged sexting of a teenaged girl. the "new york times" is reporting that tens of thousands of abedin's e-mails are on wiener's lap top. given that we don't know the significance of this newly discovered collection of e-mails, i don't want to start -- i'm trying to strike a balance in a brief letter. but i wanted you to hear directly from me about it. clearly comey feels like what he did, this close to a presidential election would face serious criticism. >> and he's probably right about that. mike manuel, live outside of hillary clinton's home. >> we spoke to ron hosco, he's
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the former detector of the fbi, whether fbi staffers were pressing james comey to release this information. here was his take on their willingness to go to congress. >> this is really quite extraordinary, i would think that what the fbi discovered and it's being reported that it's massive in scale, that it is so significantly large, that they even with automation of what they already possess, that they're not going to be able to get through it. they think they have to quite clearly look in detail about what'ske. and then evaluate it fresh and it was probably large enough that it moved the director to say i have to notify congress. >> amazing. so we want to bring now our friend geraldo rivera, roving correspondent for fox, and a licensed attorney.
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among the many other interests we have in this, maybe the chief one is preserving the american justice, that everyone is treated equally before the law, that is the most important thing, and is it fair to say that hillary clinton is getting the same treatment that any of the rest of us would get when embroiled in a scandal like this. >> what the first lady of the united states says, when they go low, we go high, in this case it's the opposite. i think you've got to go low first. this is a sleazeapalooza. this is something beyond imagining, first you had donald trump with the allegations of serial groping that almost derailed his candidacy, the guy was on the ropes and now you have this total, this historically horrifying sleazebag disgraced congressman, anthony weiner who's sexting with 15-year-olds allegedly, and
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it's his lap top that's at the center of all of this. i was absolutely shocked by what director comey did, if he was covering his ass, if you'll discuss my language. he was beaten up for not releasing anything regarding hillary clinton's e-mail server, he was beat up by the republicans, now he's their hero and he's been beaten up by the left, by the democrats. i think he was in a tough spot, a very, very is tough spot. here you have these e-mails, what is he supposed to do? the bureau has these protocols where you don't get involved in an election, but there was just so many of them. and i can't believe that a preliminary read of this treasure trove hasn't revealed some very, very big questions that have to be resolved in director comey's mind. so here we are, and i think this
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has an historic impact. >> you can't come up with this kind of plot, it's that absurd and that crazy. for james comey to come out 11 days before this election and do what he did. the democrats are obviously upset, they want more information here. but it does make you wonder, how big is all this? it seems like it has to be quite substantial for him to come out when he did. >> abbey, i agree with you, but here you have, today we're ten days away from the election, soon we'll be aweek away from the election, are they parsing through this bundle of thousands, maybe tens of thousands of e-mails, and saying this one, this one, this one, are they really going to in any kind of responsible way abide by the requests of both the right and the left now. are they going to do it a week
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before the election? five days before the election? at what point does the bureau have to say trust us, we're investigating, don't vote based on this? i don't know how in the world at this stage of the game, having violated this unwritten pro ttol not getting vot ting involved i election, how do they do it now? i have no idea. >> there were arguments over the summer about there being a constitutional crisis, even judge jeanine saying he's not going to want to have james comey on his hands a constitutional crisis, which is what he may actually end up getting, if she ends up being prosecuted, play this out, does tim kaine become the first president from virginia in a long time? how far down the rabbit hole do we go here? >> i think you're jumping a couple of steps ahead. this is huma abedin's lap top,
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in some colossal misjudgment, shared with carlos danger. it's about huma abedin's lap top. did hillary e-mail huma abedin, that king jong-il has his missile aimed at seoul, but do not tell your husband. >> you think it was a colossal misjudgment. >> the clintons knew that she was married to this very irresponsible creepy guy with a history of very reckless behavior and yet hillary is still cutting her in, the wife of carlos danger, top secret government information, isn't that itself reckless?
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>> remember the clintons also atippa tipp attended the trumps' wedding, let's say there's some clear violation of federal law, which i doubt to my bones, i told eric bowling, i would bet a year's salary that nobody was ever going to be indicted, and i said that a year ago. is that unlike what many partisan analysts say on tv? these are crimes that specifically require intent. mens rea, really you have to intend to reveal america's secrets and then cavalierly violate that law and then reveal them, that's the difference between general cartwright and general petraeus and what happened to hillary clinton. cartwright admits or now he admits that he gave secrets to report ores, petraeus admits that he gave secrets to paula
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broad well, there's no allegation of intent here. so they're going to go through like this, all right, here's 10,000, is this one, is this one, do you think this says intent? i think that it's preposterous to think there's going to be an indictment. but there has to be an investigation. >> everyone that is sitting in jail now for violating our secrecy codes has not admitted intent. >> we had the mother of one of those -- >> name me an example of how you do that. >> with e-mails. >> like manning, gives it to wikileaks, like manning, he gives it to them. here's the gift, this is the intent. >> this morning on our show, we had kathleen solseer and her son in the navy, took six photos inside of a submarine, he kept those photos to himself, no
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evidence he ever shared them and he's serving one year in federal prison as a result of that. >> i don't specifically know the intent or what happened to those photos, taking a photo inside a nuclear submarine, it seems to me, duh, is this appropriate, that you're taking pictures, this isn't that. this is a lazy secretary of state who for her own convenience and to prehavenvent emharassment of what she's talking about creates a private server which is unprecedented. the fact that she intended to violate espionage laws is a reach. >> i just think that the big question in all of this is what this means for this election, what is the impact going to be when you have just a few days left to go, and you have 40% of the population saying they're independents, how does that impact their vote?
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>> you have trump coming on with this extraordinary come back from the dead, he's fighting, he's scrapping, people are saying he's over, he's done, abc's got him down 12, this one's got him down this much and he's fighting back and as he begins his come back, his surge, he gets this huge gift, this could be what determines who the 45th president of the united states is. i mean, imagine, carlos danger determines our next president. >> we knew it was going to come back to him, some of us knew all along? it's all about carlos danger. >> great to have you on, geraldo. >> it's better than my daytime show. our coverage of the fbi bombshell is just beginning, next congressman darrell issa who got the letter from the fbi director. he says there's more going on here than just the e-mails.
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fbi director ended the case and basically said there's no indictment, which was a huge benefit to hillary clinton. >> now they're all upset about it. many are shocked by this news, and many of the expects by james comey himself. >> most voters have decided, they are ignoring her criminal type activity and they're voting for her or they have decided she and the clinton foundation and bill clinton's 66 plus million dollars of related fundraising personally to the family, to the clinton foundation, all of that simply says they're in it for the money and let's not have them getting billions while in the white house and selling out america. or they're in the other camp and they can't take this gruff unconventional politician, starting politician and it's a tough decision, i think the
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american people are used to a more genteel and honest set of candidates, and they're having to decide between -- >> they think he's volatile, and if he's elected president who's going to happen. but all of a sudden you have hillary laboring under the same percepti perception, because she's laboring under this scandal. is she going to be indicted after being elected? nobody wants that chaos. >> do you want somebody who puts their financial well-being first as hillary clinton did all the way back with cattle futures and the $100,000 she made from no investment. this pattern that they have done for years, is this what we want in the white house, regardless of what you might think about
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their politics otherwise, is this what you want or are you willing to take a chance on a politician, who you kind of know who would be around him, but you don't know that much about him. and i think that's very tough for the voters. i think in california, where already almost half of the voters will have voted by monday is making less difference than it would have if it had come out sooner. >> and the word breaking overnight that jim comey had broken from loretta lynch, making this decision on his own. what do you think of that? >> i think it's appropriate for this season. earlier when he made this announcement that he would not be seeking an indictment, he talked about his team, but his team included the justice department. so loretta lynch kind of had the ability to influence the decision not to refer charges, in this case, it is purely a matter of his integrity, is he
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new information rocking the clinton campaign, to relations from wikileaks that bill clinton raked in millions while his wife served as secretary of state, which scandal will have a bigger effect on her campaign? correspondent for yahoo news,
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michael isikoph. where does the story go from here potentially? >> well, look, it's so hard to say at this point, because we don't know what's in these e-mails, we don't know -- you know, even in comey's statement, he has not said whether they have been reviewed, whether they contain classified information, he said they're going to be reviewed to determine if they do. that's a huge question mark. around whether this is highly significant or not. it's worth pointing out that as far as we can tell, huma abedin had testified a couple of times, one during judicial watch and during the fbi review. she said she had three e-mail accounts. she had a state department.gov address. she had an address on the clinton, mail address that she used to communicate with secretary clinton, then she had
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a personal yahoo account and that is the one that is at issue because that's the one that her husband anthony weiner had access to. she said in her testimony to judicial watch that she forwarded state press clips to that yahoo account and if that's all it was and she testified truthfully in that judicial watch testimony. then it's hard to see how that would implicate anything for this larger investigation. what we don't know is whether the fbi agents reviewed that and saw whether that was the case or not. i think if huma abedin testified truthfully in that judicial watch deposition, then comey is going to face a even more criticism than he's already got on for why he raised this in the first place, why he didn't determine that was the case.
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>> but if this is in the press releases, he would be criticized by many, including me. but she was asked in those depositions where her e-mails resided. and if she had testified truthfully that they were on her husband's lap top, wouldn't the fbi have followed up on that? >> and fbi agents who were on the case may face some criticism as well for not pursuing on is t involved classified communications, state department business, other than press clips, were they forwarded to that lap top and we just don't know at this point. >> the other story that we have been following this week from wikileaks, it does seem like that there's evidence that others in their orbit were profiting personally from hillary clinton's job as secretary of state. is there a legal avenue that that goes down?
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does that potentially turn into an investigation itself, do you think? >> the clintons as part of their defense on the foundation was we didn't -- we didn't take any money from the foundation, and that's true, if you look at the 990s from the clinton foundation, they weren't being compensated but then you read that doug band memo, doug band would solicit contributions to the foundation and then solicit business for bill clinton personally, lining up speaking fees, so there was sort of an end run around the, you know, the clintons not profiting from the foundation. a, they weren't taking it directly, they were doing it sort of basically outsourcing it to doug band. it raises lots of questions, lots of people could -- undoubtedly could focus on that,
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but does it raise a legal issue? no. because if you're not using foundation money itself, foundation resources, they found a very clever way to get around that. >> not surprisingly. >> thank you for joining us this morning. a fox news alert, moments ago a brand-new batch of john podesta e-mails? and what impact will these e-mails have on the elections with just 10 days to go. we have a political panel to talk about how it will affect them. stay tuned. (war drums beating)
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fox news alert, the trump campaign praising the fbi's decision to unleash a new investigation into hillary clinton's email. as new bombshells are unearthed just days before the election. >> not what the trump campaign expected, but boy are -- >> not what the clinton campaign wanted. to show you just what's at stake here in a real quick snapshot, let's take a look at the latest abc news daily tracking poll. this has hillary clinton up
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47-45. that gap was four points yesterday, and a week ago it was 12 points, so donald trump has improved ten points in just the last week, and that last poll with a two-point gap was before this news broke. now donald trump, as you said is praising the fbi, shows what a difference a day can make, because just a little while ago he was criticizing the fbi for as he was saying letting hillary clinton off the hook. there's going to be a lot of talk about this on the campaign trail today. they'll also be discussing the doug band issue. we don't know what's going on with this latest investigation, we don't know if there's any there there. jason miller said he doesn't believe the fbi would do this if it wasn't something significant. listen. >> whatever's going on behind the scene, whatever they're saying in private, whatever these paid speeches and open borders in private, and all the stuff with the fbi news, they're reopening this investigation.
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think about how remarkable this is. 11 days out, we're now 10 days now, 11 days out, they're reopening the investigation, they must have found something big. >> so donald trump is pushing the pedal to the metal today. three events yesterday, ending up in iowa, today he's in colorado, then he goes to nevada and then new mexico and then michigan. you say wait a minute, new mexico and michigan. aren't those blue states? the trump campaign insists that things are evening up in new mexico and trump is only three points behind in michigan. sometimes that internal polling can be a little bit misleading, back in 2004, the bush campaign had some internal polling that showed maybe hawaii was up for grabs, they dispatched dick
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cheney over there. >> i vote hawaii for the first prime state. i think that all the candidates should have their election night watch parties there. i'm a big hawaii promoter. >> john roberts on the road. thanks a lot, john. >> let's go to our political panel. big question this morning, how will clinton's bombshell affect the election has the race been reset with just 10 days to go or is it all under wraps for hillary clinton. kathy lynne taylor is at the end and cliff young is in the middle and democratic strategist dan yell miller is here too. you think these e-mails, james comey simply had to do his duty to get those out there, that there's nothing to see. >> jason miller is saying this is a bombshell s but --
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>> from the trump campaign? >> this is a technicality, what james comey did, he's reiterating -- these new e-mails came to light, which he's very careful to say may or may not be pertinent to this investigation. he was simply doing his job by letting congressional leaders know what was going on. >> nothing to see her, kathleen? >> we do know that he had information he felt he needed to share with an update. but what we do know is this, when we look back on this election, two weeks from now, we're going to say that one of the most under reported aspects was the number of undecided voters. and we're seeing that in the tightening of this new abc news poll that came out. when you have such a large pool of people, the people at the top of the hour saying that the young men and women they polled across the country are
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undecided. this is still relevant information. >> kathleen brings up a great point, that these undecided voters, these emotional moral voters, they think donald trump -- where do you see the undecideds shifting in the next few days? >> this election is unprecedented in the number of undecideds. stepping back again, looking at events like this generally, they typically don't have an impact. you have to have a smoking gun. if there's no smoking gun, this scandal riddled the clintonesque sort of -- it's all right baked into the voters rationale and calculus. >> we already know the clintons. >> that's what the polls suggest. >> what we also know now is that this investigation is still coming out. this investigation is not 100% complete and with just a few days to go to the elections, if
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you cast a vote for hillary clinton, you're casting a vote that this story will continue on far into the presidency if she were to ascend to it. so that's something that people will consider. >> we were hearing that james comey would never want us embroiled in a constitutional crisis, and if this unfolds in a really negative way for hillary clinton, this could unfold into a constitutional crisis, if she is elected on november 8 and then this investigation unfolds, we will have to wait to see whether she will actually be sworn into office. this could be a huge problem, something that we have never faced before. >> we have never seen anything like this on both sides. i think whether she's elected or not, we're going to see continuing investigations into her and it's partly because of anthony weiner and the things that are going on with him. but also because i suspect that congressional republicans not going to let this go, even though james comey didn't find enough ed to prosecute. i think what we should also look
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at is the reaction from donald trump, people are still making up their minds, we have 12.5 million people who have already voted. this is a man who before any information was in the public realm was calling this a criminal scheme. calling this worse than watergate. and this is the kind of trigger happy temperament that's really worrying. >> and what's trump's reaction to all this, when you're shooting yourself in the foot, you let them shoot themselves in the foot. what do you think about trump's response to all this. >> it probably won't have an impact. over the last week or so he's narrowed in the polls. and people are questioning why, he's energizing his base about maybe this is a rigged election. >> everything's rigged when it doesn't go his way and it's not rigged when it does. >> go on our facebook page, and
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you can weigh in on this. thank you for being here, great to see all of you. we have more coming up on fox and friends. podesta e-mails. wikileaks releasing a brand-new batch of his e-mails. plus hillary clinton back on the trail today, as controversy swirls around her campaign. >> we don't know the facts. which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has. so let's get it out.
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200 cases of people who have been dead for years are still voting. a woman was buried in 1998, 18 years ago, and records show she voted a dozen years later. and in another case, a man who died in 1993 voted 11 times since passing away, which is by the way harder than it looks if you're dead. back to the fox news alert, hillary clinton doing double duty today while working overtime to dodge questions by the press. >> good morning rich. >> reporter: good morning. and hillary clinton will come here next, daytona beach, florida for her next campaign event that kicks off a couple of hours from now, just a few blocks away from the beach. hillary clinton has not addressed the new e-mail --
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reexamining this look into the way she and her team handled classified information, james comey, the state department, the fbi director, he said that he was not going to recommend charges against clinton or anyone on her team. now that there's now evidence, new e-mails, he's now looking into this with less than two weeks to go until the election, that has the clinton campaign saying it boggles the mind on the timing of this. hillary clinton is calling on -- and by charges i mean this reinvestigation, no charges, she is calling on the fbi director to be more forthcoming with this information. >> we don't know the facts, which is why we are calling on the fbi to release all the information that it has. even director comey noted that this new information may not be significant so let's get it out.
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>> an fbi source tells fox news these new e-mails were discovered by fbi investigators, that a development by huma abedin and her estranged husband anthony wiener, since he left congress reappears in the news every few months and he has done it again because the fbi is investigating his contact over e-mail and social media with a 15-year-old girl. during that investigation, according to these sources is where they found these additional e-mails and has led to the reopening of this case. back to you. >> the dirtiness of it all. how would you like to be the one who's in charge of examining the physical computer. >> he had to go in there and get that lap top with gloves. >> there's been a constant little drip, drip, drip. this is part 22 if you're keeping track at home. this one now, we're kind of going through them this morning,
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you remember an e-mail a few weeks ago, that we saw from wikileaks, basically making fun of clinton's judgment. one saying this about hillary clinton, sometimes hrc and wjc have the worst judgment. it's so interesting that john podesta, all these lefties are in d.c., who you think about as wild eyed ideologues. >> this all feeds into this entire narrative, even with this e-mail investigation being reopened yesterday to judgment to favors, to the swamp that donald trump continues to cause and all of this feeds into this entire narrative and this comes at the end of a bad week for the clinton campaign. >> but the least impressive e-mails in these e-mails are the
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safely carve your pump kin. >> first of all, every pumpkin needs to be gutted. >> this is how i should have done it. using a knife is so old school. >> very exciting. >> this is the fun part. >> i'm in awe. just to prove that it can be done safely, hold up your fingers. >> this is called a pumpkin butter. >> you've done this before. >> just clean it out. >> cooking the pumpkin seeds afterwards. >> we're actually going to make some holes to mimic our knife
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there. that's a superbit. we have normal drills. >> are you using a power tool? >> oh, my zbod. >> that one's cool. >> they have made pumpkin seeds. >> can you fry those up later? >> where do you get these tools? >> at any home improvement tool. >> is this safe for youngsters? >> what's the youngest, like, 5, 6. >> whatever age you think it's safe to use a tool. >> we'll be right back. >> look at that, we'll be right back. thank you, j.b. >> that looks good. >> you did very well.
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