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factor. thanks for watching, i'm bill o'reilly, please remember that the spin stops right here. we are definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight, just five days out from election day, and we are seeing dramatic new shifts in polling. possibly putting donald trump closer to victory than ever before. welcome to the kelly file everyone, i'm megyn kelly. all across the country we are seeing signs that battleground states are tightening or even flipping in trump's favor. it has happened as we watch an explosion of negative headlines concerning hillary clinton's e-mails and her clinton foundation. and we have produced an exclusive state by state look at just how big the shift has become for you this evening. in moments we'll be joined by professor larry sabato as whether mrs. clinton's lead is collapsing.
then we'll be joined by governor mike huckabee and former staffer. we begin with trace gallagher reporting on our new battleground analysis from our west coast newsroom, trace p. >> and megyn, let's begin in the critical state of florida. because for donald trump, winning florida's 29 electoral votes is not a luxury, it is an necessity. on october 28th, the average of all polls in florida had hillary clinton leading there by 7/10ths of a point. there leading by 3/10ths of a point. it's a full one-point swing in the wrong direction for hillary clinton. now to ohio. on october 28th, before the comey e-mail announcement, donald trump was leading in ohio by a point and a half. now trump has expanded his lead to 3.3%. it's also interesting that trump is polling nearly even with hillary clinton among women in ohio. a demographic the clinton campaign thought she would come nato.
last week, hillary clinton led in north carolina by nearly two and a half points, today. the rcp average has it dead even. and it appears republican holdouts in north carolina are beginning to back donald trump. in nevada, hillary clinton was leading by just over a point and a half, but after a three and a half point swing, donald trump now leads in nevada by two. and according to a new cnn opinion research corporation poll, trump's trust worthy numbers in nevada are rising. clintons are falling. and let's finish in the battleground states where the numbers have swung the most. arizona and new hampshire. in both states, hillary clinton has lost about four and a half points. she is still holding a small lead in new hampshire, but has relinquished her lead in arizona. the bottom line is that more than 60 electoral votes that appeared to be on hillary's side of the table last week are now back in play.
>> thank you. larry electoral map has changed dramatically over the past two weeks. and he is now predicting a much tighter race. larry's the director of center for politics at the university of virginia. larry, good to see you. so that's the question we begin with, is she collapsing? is her lead collapse, i have to be specific given what we saw on september 11th. >> i don't think collapsed is the right word as all. she has drifted down, but not by much. what really has changed is that republicans have pushed trump up. they've finally come to his standard. they have been reluctant, at least a fair portion of them have been reluctant to support him. and now that they're faced with that binary choice, clinton versus trump, they're coming home to the republican party even if they're not crazy about the nominee. >> so where do you see her most vulnerable? because last night on this program, we got late breaking polls that showed new hampshire,
that shows virginia and colorado, we'll get to new hampshire in a second. virginia and colorado with major shifts. i mean, virginia suddenly showed trump up three i think it was. but trump up and in colorado as well. >> that was one poll in virginia and i don't want to criticize fellow academic institution, but that is not one of the gold standard polls in virginia. clinton is still up in virginia. well, you said it, not me, megyn. but she's still up in virginia. she's also still up in colorado. look, you always have to look at the dates that the interviewing was in the field. and in colorado, in virginia, elsewhere, i've seen the dates coincide almost precisely with the bomb shell from fbi director james comey. that pushed clinton down far bit. you recover, especially in a
campaign like this where the subject changes daily, sometimes hourly. she hasn't come all the way back up, but she's come back enough so that she's stabilized -- >> wait a minute, you've seen evidence of hillary recovering since last friday's bomb shell? we've had a lot of ongoing reporting on this. >> well, in some states, megyn. well, yeah, you've had a lot of ongoing reporting, but there's been reporting on lots of other issues. now, it's made a difference in ohio. which leans to trump. it's made a difference in iowa, arizona's a perfect example of the state that has a lot of republicans, some of them were on the sidelines, now they've come home. the state's leaning to trump. but as trace said, florida is a total toss-up, anybody who's predicting that -- >> everybody said florida, we don't know. what about new hampshire? >> new hampshire seems to have changed and tightened up. is that really a surprise? think about new hampshire's record over the years. they seem to enjoy confounding
fun i did thes. for which they should be severely punished, megyn. >> i detect just a note of bitterness there, larry. great to see you. >> yes. thanks so much, megyn. >> now with more, fox news contributor governor mike huckabee and director of georgetown's institution of politics and former traveling press secretary to clinton's 2008 campaign, moah, great to see you both. let me just ask you about that moah, start with you first as the democrat whether you think larry that has right that these republicans are coming home and that the race is tight tng, but it's not tightening so much that she's now losing. >> yeah, i think that is right. i think there are, trump had been struggling a little bit with republicans. he wasn't hitting property portion that past republican nominees had gotten among republican voters. that seems to, that ship seems to be righting for him a little bit right now, but as we all know, there's not -- that's not
enough. and we haven't seen a collapse in clinton's support in any real way. we see trump gaining ground, she's still doing very well in a lot of these states. i'm getting a little bit of whiplash these days just trying to keep up with all these state polls. and a lot of times we're getting three or four polls in the same state on the same day showing very different results -- >> before the governor, would you believe the late polls? so chose. >> for them to take into account the impact of early voting that's going on. >> is that a significant factor? should we be paying attention to that? >> i think we do need to. look in a state like florida where just in the last 4 hours, we have seen a huge surge in the black early vote, we've seen a huge surge in broward county, a huge democratic stronghold in this state. that makes a huge difference in a race that's as tight as florida is right now, and the polls may not be picking up on
that. >> governor, i said on the air last night, she's so glad that the election's november 8th instead of december 8th, given the momentum we're seeing here. do you think, and what do you base it on that that trump can get this done by november 8th? he doesn't have that extra month. >> megyn, he's going to get it done. i've said for months he's going to win the election and part what have i base it on, look at the two candidates on the stump. he's the happy warrior. he's out there having fun. he's doing so many events a day, but he's having fun. hillary is not having fun. i mean, the difference is this. you have trump who looks like the happy warrior, hillary looks like the lady that didn't give anybody candy on halloween. so your choice is the trump or the grump. and americans to want vote for somebody that looks like that they're going somewhere, not somebody who looks like they're sorry that they've been somewhere. >> okay, but -- >> that's the difference. >> the only thing we saw with trump yesterday that i have to point out.
he went after marco rubio christie, his surrogate did for being a robot in the primary campaign. donald trump seeming a little programmed that she hit him on where he was saying, what was it, be steady, donald, calm, stay calm, donald. she reiterates it, watch. >> now he knows we can see and hear him, right? this is someone who at another rally yesterday actually said out loud to himself, stay on point, donald. stay on point. his campaign probably put that in the teleprompter, stay on point, donald, stay on point. so is this someone we to want put in charge of our military? >> go ahead, gov. >> donald trump was making fun of himself. that's the indication of a guy who's out there having a good time. he's able to point fun of himself. hillary on the other hand is under criminal investigation.
no wonder she's nervous -- >> yeah, that would make you grump ri. what states are you looking, governor? pick the top three that you are going to be focussed on on tuesday night. >> certainly florida. but he's going to win florida. the panhandle will vote for donald trump, 80%, and help overcome things on the i-4 corridor and south florida. i think another state to watch is going to be north carolina. trump will win north carolina. and i would give you a third one, pennsylvania. let me give you a little quick anecdote from north carolina. friend of mine was passing out voter guides at a voting booth in north carolina. people were lined up and a democrat was passing out a democrat version of a voter's guide just where do the candidates stand? people were taking the republican voting guide. nobody was taking the democrat guide. the democrat worker came over to my friend running the republican side and leaned over and said gee, nobody is taking my voter guide. and i don't blame them. that was pretty powerful. >> you better hope that's happening all over the country in every single state.
before i let you go, mo, top three states you're watching on tuesday. >> i'm going to agree on two of them. north carolina and florida. the later into the night those go and i think they're going to go pretty late. you know, that could tell us a lot. i'm also looking out west at nevada. there's very few scenarios right now where donald trump can win this without winning nevada and the democratic turnout in clark county, the home of las vegas, is coming in pretty high. so that could tell us a lot as well. >> he's up two. she was ahead, he's up two now according to to the latest polls in nevada. great to see you both. >> thanks, megyn. breaking tonight with all this news out of the election and the investigation we're told into the clinton foundation, the house oversight committee today took stems on it's own investigation. oversight chairman jason chaffetz is next with breaking news of his own. plus former fbi assistant director james cal strom has been taking heat after sticking up for the agents that to want
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discovered new e-mails from from hillary clinton's time as secretary of state. the messages were discovered on the laptop of disgraced former congressman anthony wiener. he is now the estranged husband of long time clinton aid huma abedin. the fbi seized his computer in an unrelated investigation and apparently stumbled across the clinton-related e-mails. in moments in a prime time interview, we'll speak with congressman jason chaffetz about new steps he took hours ago in the investigation. but first, we go to our chief intelligence correspondence catherine herridge. >> there are new e-mails on the computer and strong belief that classified snfgs in play, that's not final yet. this does conflict with the clinton camp's position that the e-mails were all duplicates what have they already provided to the state department. we're also hearing from a 16-year veteran and whistle blower who says director comey's july decision not to recommend criminal charges for the miss handling of classified
information in the e-mail case was a body blow for investigators who believe the evidence was strong. >> the moral went down pretty bad. a lot of people put a lot of hard work into that. and they -- again, are the cream of the crop. they are very good investigators. got a little bit better with the recent announcement. appears, however, some people are embarrassed because it does make them look like, you know, they messed up or something. >> the second track at the fbi investigation is the clinton foundation, and allegations of public corruption. we're learning tonight that arguments over the strength of the evidence in the foundation case drove a wedge between fbi agents and justice department officials whoed it dropped. and during his july testimony, director comey was noncommittal about the probe which was ongoing. >> did you look at the clinton foundation? >> i'm not going to comment on the existence or nonexistence of any other investigations. >> fox news learning tonight that the remaining fbi
interviews from the e-mail case will not be provided to congress right now because the e-mail investigation is now pending and no longer considered closed, megyn. >> catherine, thank you. joining us now exclusive prime time interview, chairman jason chaffetz who earlier today sent this letter to attorney general loretta lynch ordering justice to preserve all new records in the ongoing investigations of hillary clinton. great to see you, congressman. >> thanks megyn. >> kbou expect they will abide by that and make sure that the records are preserved because they apparently haven't been by everyone on hillary's team in the past. >> yeah. well bob goodlet's a chairman of the judiciary committee, i'm a chairman of the oversight committee. we put the department of justice on notice that they are to preserve the documents they may find in other investigations a lot we've read in the media. we put this in place as another step to make sure no other records are destroyed, displaced, done anything other than preserved them.
because congress essentially the american people are going to want to look at them at some point. >> the fbi has it's investigation, but you also have an investigation going into whether she misused her power as secretary of state and perhaps jeopardized confidential documents or state secrets of some sort. you say something to the effect that this is going to take -- you've got two years worth of material all lined up if she becomes president. does that mean, i mean, if she is elected, you're saying we're in for at least two years of investigations into her? >> well, look, no matter if she's elected or defeated, the congress has a job to do. and that is to clean up the mess that hillary clinton made at the state department. this is potentially one of the largest breaches of security in the history of this state department. you had classified material that was migrating to a nonclassified system. you have allegations of a quid pro quo discussion between the undersecretary of management, patrick kennedy and the fbi --
>> what about him? what about him and do you investigate him? >> oh yeah. no. >> patrick kennedy, how is he held to account? >> look, we're going to expose this. we're going to shine light on it. that's what we do in the united states of america. we're different than the rest of the world. we are self-critical. and i have a constitutional duty to be the tip of the spear to be that check and balance on the executive branch. i'm not here to be a cheerleader for the president and shame on those democrats and the others who say oh we should just back off if she's elected. no. no matter what happens in this election, we're going to work to hold her accountable. she's the one that created this mess. >> i have to ask you about the fact that you say you're voting for donald trump. you said just earlier last month, october 8th, the day of the access hollywood tape breaking, i'm out. i cannot longer endorse donald trump for president. and you talk about your 15-year-old daughter saying you can't look her in the eye and say you can't endorse this man when he acts like this. so, i realize voting for him is different than an endorsement. how are you going to look the
same 15-year-old daughter you referenced and explain your vote? >> well, my wife and i did vote for donald trump last week. i think we're doing and going through a lot of discussions that people all across this country are doing. i never, ever want to be able to say it's president hillary clinton. and that's the choice. there's only two people that have a chance of becoming the president. and if you don't vote for donald trump, you're essentially creating a window and an opportunity for hillary clinton to become the president. so, it's tough. we are never going to support or endorse or condone any sort of action or verbs or words or anything about sexual harassment or belittling women. i don't want to ever be in that position, but, we're with a choice right now. >> but let me play devil's advocate, what his critics would say is past is prolong. and if he gets into the office, the most powerful office in the land, and does any of this stuff to any young women, that's on
you if you voted for him. that's their argument. >> well, it's not like the clintons have a clean record, megyn. all you have to do is look at bill clinton did in the oval office and what he did in all these other than license of women and what they're doing. so it's not as if you're comparing apples to oranges. i mean, it should never be acceptable, ever, and that's what i talk abouted with my 15-year-old daughter and our son and our other daughter as well. but you have a choice, and if you look at the supreme court and you look at all the other issues that face this country, by far, it's donald trump is going to be better. that's how we looked at it and that's why i made the decision to vote this way. i'm still not going to endorse him. i'm still -- i still can't defend those comments, but we all have to make a choice. and that's a choice that my wife and i made. >> congressman jason chaffetz, great to see you. >> thank you. >> joining us now, he's a former white house senior adviser to president bill clinton. great to see you, richard. >> good to see you, megyn.
>> picking up on where i left off with the congressman, we saw donald trump's poll numbers collapse when the whole access hollywood and the attacking alicia machado came out in the beginning of october. then her numbers started to collapse when the fbi thing came out. and you tell me, richard, whether the democrats are genuinely enthused by hillary clinton or whether they are holding their nose and voting for her and maybe not even that at this point? >> well, let me tell you this, first of all, i think i've always said and i think many of us who follow these things have always believed that this will be a post-election. the skrnt closely divided, presidential elections are very important. and they are traditionally very close. so i am not surprised that the election is getting closer as we get closer to the voting. i still think that hillary will win. i definitely belief she will win. i think it will be, you know, a two or three-point win. but i definitely think she's ahead. i think she's in a much better
place to carry the election than he is right now. now. i think many democrats are very enthusiastic about her and about, you know, her positions. and i think that if you care deeply about making america a better and a fairer place for everybody those are what democrats care about -- >> everybody wants america to be fair. >> someone's in trouble with the law getting in there. >> you know, megyn -- >> fbi agents say, i've never seen the fbi leak like this saying we are investigating this woman on two tracks. >> i think the plit siization of the fbi in this particular instance is disgraceful. and i think that when this is all done and luckily we only have four or five days to go. then we'll have to look at what happened here -- >> the fbi disgraced itself? >> because megyn, the reporting -- >> they're trying to investigate potential crimes. that's what they do.
>> reporting on this is clear, there is no fbi investigation of the clinton foundation -- >> not true. >> abc news reported that this afternoon -- >> not true. >> question not agree on a basic fact as this. tell me -- >> conflicting information on that, richard. >> megyn -- >> conflicting information on that -- >> megyn -- we have conflicting -- >> listen, listen, let me just make clear. you maybe trying to draw a line between inquiry and investigation. there was an inquiry that began, and it may or may not have turned into an investigation. >> it is not an investigation. clearly the justice department -- >> the justice department sources tell abc news this afternoon that there is no investigation of the clinton foundation. now, this thing on the e-mails -- >> that's nice for you to cherry pick the reports. >> megyn, conflicting reports. i will agree. >> you're dismissing half of them. >> i'm not, on the one side, you
have some unidentified, fbi agents leaking to some reporters that there may be some kind of investigation. but that the justice department sources and senior justice department sources and senior fbi sources have said there is no investigation ongoing. so i mean, yes, i agree, i mean, i'm not disputing what you said, i agree, i think it's disgraceful that we have people on both sides leaking information and we have no idea what the truth is. >> i got leave it that the, richard. >> thank you, megyn. >> great to see you. former fbi director james kallstrom was defending the agents pushing to dig deeper into the clinton foundation. and he's been taking heat after standing up for those agents. mr. kallstrom is next and what's happened to him since then. plus melania trump speaks on behalf of her husband and immediately the critics pounce. we'll show you the fallout when we come back. >> technology has changed our universe.
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run the organization for whatever reason did what they did. >> well that was james kallstrom two nights ago. he is the former assistant director of the fbi. he was defending the agents reportedly pushing to dig deeper into evidence of corruption at the clinton foundation. since then, mr. kallstrom has taken heat for those remarks and he's back with us tonight on that. and all we've learned about this story in the last few days. great to see you, jim, thanks for being here. >> nice to be here. >> the daily beast is suggesting that you walked that back. you haven't really been in touch with the agents investigating hillary clinton's e-mail scandal. and that you are something less than an accurate spokesperson for the disgruntled fbi agents. >> well, they can write what they want. i never did claim i talked to the actual agents. i would never do that. i would never call up people that were investigating something and even put them on the spot. i wouldn't do that. but i've talked to hundreds and hundreds of people in the fbi. mostly retired people and some people that a the job that are not directly
involved, but, you know, it's a small organization. you know, they know what's going on. >> uh-huh. >> and the agents are furious. and i haven't walked anything back. i didn't walk anything up that deserved to be walked back. i don't know what they're talking about. >> there's been no walking. >> no walking. >> let me pick up with richard left off. there's a distinction between an inquiry and investigation, right? and so, you tell me whether there is in fact an inquiry under way and that the fbi agents who have been wanting to pursue it would like it to graduate into something more serious. >> yeah. well what i'm told by people that aren't directly in the know, but the scuttlebutt in the agency is of course there's an investigation under way. i mean the director talked about that. he's reopening the investigation. i think what. >> reporter: but we're talking about the clinton foundation. >> oh, well, you know, the department of justice shut this down. megyn, what i've said over and over again is there really hasn't been fbi investigation yet. there was never a grand jury
impanelled in the investigation to begin with. >> uh-huh. >> therefore -- >> on either side. >> yeah. >> e-mail inquiry or the clinton foundation. >> they had no way to compel anything. they had no subpoena power, no search warrants. they had nothing. so when james comey spoke there in july about, you know, we've done all this meticulous investigation, it was a hallow investigation in my view. i mean, i've never seen a major criminal investigation without a grand jury. >> what do you make -- we had that, the e-mail investigation, that we been discussing for weeks and months now. and then, last night it came out, catherine herridge has been reporting there is a separate probe for months and months and people have denied it, she reported it long ago. now it comes out that there's a split. fbi agents have been looking into the clinton foundation who believe it is there. they want to take this full bore and higher ups at the fbi and justice say, no, you don't have it. you've got hearsay, stuff from the pooefrt book whab are you hear kpg. >> all crops grow from little
things, right? the notion that the fbi would have everything at once, of course they don't have everything at once. of course the agents have in their view proximate caubable c look further. that's how the investigations happen. you can't do that without, you know, subpoenas and warrants and the attorney general of the united states is not supporting any of these things. is that shocking? not shocking to me. there's no way they're going to indict anybody in this administration. >> the reporting is obviously loretta lynch is sympathetic toward hillary clinton, we seen reporting suggesting that at least. you know, she would deny that, but there's other reporting saying that a lot of agents within the fbi are very pro-trump. some reporting saying it's effectively trumpland. that a peace in the guardian says one describes the bureau as trumpland and they're suggesting one agent told the publication that clinton is the anti-christ personified, do you believe that? >> i don't think it's trumpland, but i think it's people that are
sick and tired of the lack of the rule of law being brought forward and due process being brought forward and they're frustrated that they cannot conduct investigations properly. and the department of justice is stone walling at every turn. just look at the wikileaks stuff. i mean, it's clear, it's very clear what's going on. and it's not going to change. it's not going to change until there's a different president. and if hillary clinton's the president, that's not going to change and we'll have a constitutional tussle, big time. >> are you surprised to see fbi agents leaking like this? i don't remember leaks. >> i don't know far fact that they're leaking, but someone's telling stuff to people. yeah. well, they're very, very frustrated. they see the whole due process thing going down the tubes. the whole, you know, we're a nation of laws. we do things to protect the little guy, the big guy, you know, we don't take sides in politics. we never have. i never did. i never did that. i never thought of anything
about politics -- >> you think they perceive the agency or some at justice as taking side. >> without question that's what's happening. you'd have to be, you'd have to be deaf, dumb, and blind not see that. of course that's what's happening. i mean just look at what's in the public domain. i mean, look at the stuff that they left on the table. top secret code word documents. you know back in the old days you got shot by a firing squad for that stuff. and even today, you should go to leavenworth for 20, 30 years, that's what happens. they left on the table, you know, obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence. i mean, clearly, congress gives them a letter, subpoena, what do they do two weeks later? they destroy all. >> yeah, it was the guy who worked for the company -- >> sure it is, yeah right. >> yeah. >> and the lawyers don't have clearances and here they have exposu exposure. >> her lawyers. >> obstruction of justice, perjury. violations of the federal records act. it goes on and on that's left on the table. >> james comey, according to
many is a straight shooter. he did not see the evidence there and he's reared his head saying i want to take another look. >> he's having, he's had an awakening. god bless him for that. yeah. >> great to see you, jim. >> good to be here. >> an awaking. >> still ahead president obama doing something no president has done before. we'll show you what it is. plus in a rare campaign appearance, melania trump goes to the must-win state of pennsylvania, we'll show you her message when and can you explain to me why you recommend synthetic over cedar? "super food"? is that a real thing? it's a great school, but is it the right the one for her? is this really any better than the one you got last year? if we consolidate suppliers what's the savings there? so should we go with the 467 horsepower? or is a 423 enough? good question. you ask a lot of good questions... i think we should move you into our new fund. ok. sure. but are you asking enough about how your wealth is managed? wealth management, at charles schwab.
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minimum of 4 million doors between tomorrow and sunday. trump was in selma, north carolina and he was talking about military events here in north carolina, that is a big deal. there are lots of retirees as well as active service people. that is an opportunity to go back to the constituency. he needs suburban white women, and he has been pounding the idea of the obamacare premiums going up, which across the board to the middle class and there is the e-mails and the fbi investigation. now, we know of e-mails as well as the clinton foundation. so he has both policy, character, reasons for people to vote for him against her. and trump seems to have the wind
at his back. >> trump's wife, meliania was delivering a compassionate speech to pennsylvania voters speaking about her love for her family and country. and issues she'd like to take on as first lady. >> our culture has gotten too rough for children and teenagers. it is never okay when a 12-year-old girl or boy is bullied or attacked and it is terrible when that happens on the playground and done with someone with no name, hiding on the internet. we must come together as americans. we must treat etch other with respect and kindness, even when we disagre.
>> joining me now, monica crowley and you know, she talked about social media can have a bad side. we have seen this already. which led to just about everyone to say, right. like on the other side of the pillow, in your own home. >> to be fair, at 3:00 a.m. she's probable hi sleeping. >> i aplead her for calling attention to an issue that needs attention but it starts at home. critics are saying heal thy husband, first. >> within seconds, social media blue up and screen shotting the "new york times" full two pages of 283 different nasty tweets and bullying donald trump has done to people from journalists, women, young people. the list goes on and on.
and it's like hello, melania have you seen the tweets? this is a strategy, obviously and he needs to use what he has and melania is a likable -- she's genuine. >> everybody loves melania, but is this the right mess yam? it opens the door. she's talking about how people can be fragile. they can't handle mean words and lies. our culture is too mean and too rough. her husband is saying we need to tough it up. >> his message is one thing. hers is different. she's trying to reach women around philadelphia and pennsylvania and her husband's
staunchest character witness. >> she and ivanka. >> yes. >> when it comes to online bullying she's been talking about this for a while. and she has a teen-aged son who i'm sure is on the front lines. she's spoken about this before. she'd like to bring that into her role as first lady. >> she's spoken on children and bullying of children. >> she comes to bring a passionate and credible voice given the fact her husband has taken this to social media. >> there is a little bit of pandering here. it points out this is how donald trump sees women around him. is that melania comes out to talk to the moms but talking about anything else? she might be very good when it comes to economic issues. >> come on. >> she wanted a new diet. >> and ivanka, same thing.
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. from the world headquarters of fox news, it's t"the kelly file" with megyn kelly. >> with election day inching closers, hillary clinton is bringing in all of the allies, including an unprecedented series of campaign stops by the current holder of the oval office. >> puts president obama's approval rating at 58%, which is why the clinton campaign is using him 100% for the remainder of the race. in the final stretch, the president will crisscross a number of battleground states, holding 11 events in seven days. he began on monday in north carolina, tuesday in ohio, wednesday the president went back to north carolina and on to florida. today he held two events in florida. tomorrow he's holding two events in north carolina. on saturday mr. obama will take a break and then it is back to florida on sunday, and finishing
on election eve in new hampshire and pennsylvania. this type of campaign run for an outgoing president is pretty unprecedented but that's mostly because two-term presidents don't have a lot of political help to give. president bush's were seen as a liability to john mccain. even the hugely popular ronald reagan didn't campaign for george h.w. bush because the elder bush was trying to establish himself. hillary clinton is apparently not bothered by the fact that both president and mrs. obama are way more popular than she is. instead, she is hoping it translates to votes. president obama is campaigning for hillary and his legacy. he also realizes he lost both houses of congress on his watch and is hoping to boost down ballot candidates. megyn. >> trace, good to see you. coming up next, a little more on anthony and huma.
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. last week's fbi bombshell reopening the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail problems was based on a discovery the fed's made while looking into wooern. the estranged husband of top clinton aide huma abedin. th weaner and yours truly have had exchanges, some of which i write about in my "settle for more." why should there be a 45 or 50% tax on that again? >> you aren't paying anything in that case because you will be dead. >> the estate is and that's less for my children. >> but the only question is -- look -- >> no, you're not answering my question. how is that there? >> megyn, you have to let me answer the question. we're going to have a conversation that gets us anywhere. the question is where the limit should be. >> i will ask the question.
you're not answering. tell me how is it fair? >> ready? >> i am. >> oh, what a charmer. i was very pregnant in that shot, i want that stated for the record. in the book "settle for mosh" i reveal an interesting back story about my dealings with wooern and huma abedin. i had something written about it and i had to revise it before the book went to print given the new allegations of lewd behavior that broke over the summer. the book has that whole thing and details of my life in the tv news business i think you will enjoy. it is also a terrific story about sean hannity, yes. >> oh, no. >> yes, there is, and some advice he gave me as a young newby, a cub reporter, yes, which i used many times. >> my gosh. >> it was quite valuable. you can read all about it. >> uh-oh. >> buy it now. "settle for more" barnes and noble.com, amazon.com.
it is a best seller thanks to you. >> really? >> not you, them. >> already a best seller? how do you pull it off? >> i don't know. here is sean with the latest. see you tomorrow at 9:00. book is not out, already a best seller. congratulations. welcome to "hannity." five days to go before you, the american people, head to the polls. democrats are being exposed for exactly what they are. divisive, manipulative and tonight we'll show you down right racist. in just a few minutes, rudy giuliani, laura ingraham and others will join us. first, project veritas is out with a disturbing new undercover video. it appears to show a major democratic donor making racist comments about african-americans. now fox news as we told you before, this is a fifth in a series, has not independently verified the content of what you're about to see. we've got to warn you, this is beyond shocking. take a look. our journalist was speaking