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chilly and chocolate bitters and cocoa in a cinnamon rim glass. the nasty woman, basil, vodka. bill: one of each or two of each? martha: one of each, right? bill: see you tomorrow, election day. john: we begin with the fox news alert on the final countdown you might say less than 24 hours from now the polls will be open and americans will choose to next president of the united states. good morning to you on this monday, i'm john scott. jenna: that's not the only reason why today is a big day. happy birthday, john scott. just to start off the show, happy birthday to john scott. we are moving into election and celebrating everything we can along the way. he will take gifts. hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. donald trump and hillary clinton are traveling across the country making closing arguments on the
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'of election day as brand new fox polls show hillary clinton leading with 48% of the vote in a two-way race. donald trump 4 ponts behind her at 44% as you can see. a look now at how the race is shaping up in the all-important state of florida. we are going to take you there in a moment. quinnipiac poll shows a virtual tie there with clinton leading trump by just one point. the republican nominee is starting off the day, a very busy day in florida. donald trump rally getting under way in sarasota momentarily, the first of five states donald trump is scheduled to visit today with running mate and family hitting even more. senior national correspondenten john roberts is following the trump campaign, he is in florida and joining us now. hi, there, john. john: jenna, good morning, to you, we are at the robarts arena. not the roberts. there's still thousands outside, though, trying to get in. obviously this was an oversold venue. donald trump will be taking the
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stage probably in the next five minutes. all the counties of florida, 6.4 million people have cast mail-in absentee ballots or voted in person and that means there are at least 2 million other votes out there some where so donald trump and hillary clinton both trying hard to get those people out to the polls tomorrow. donald trump yet in leesburg, virginia, motivate people to get out of the polls after midnight last night. donald trump telling the crowd if they want changes to the scats -- status quo, they have to play a part. here is what he said. >> now it's up to the american people to deliver the justice -- >> trump, trump! >> it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box and on november 8th, but you have to get out and you have to vote.
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john: that event one of five in five states that donald trump did yesterday. he's doing five today. let's put up the map between donald trump and running mates and two male children, they are going to be in seven states today. trump finishing up campaign, 2016, the whole thing in grand rapids, michigan, barack obama won that in 2012 by ten points. trump campaign says it's got internal polling that show is within three points. donald trump believing that his message about bringing auto jobs back to michigan, back to detroit will motivate voters out to the polls and push him over the top. here is what he said yesterday. listen. >> we are going to bring our jobs back and no more are going to be leaving, they're going to be consequences if they leave. i want to share a special messages with many friends in the unions all across the state and the unions love me and the
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nonunions love me too. john: what's interesting about michigan, too, jenna, other than absentee voting there's no early voting. it's all about getting people out on the day. there's no vote like there is here in florida. trump is hoping hoping that by focusing on michigan, he'll be able to get folks out tomorrow and if he does with 16 electoral votes michigan would be a huge prize for him, jenna. jenna: we will be watching that closely. the backstreet boys, i heard blairing behind you. is that typically on the play list? >> it is, it was added two or three weeks ago. every song on the play list other than the ones that the advance people sneak in without his knowledge, they were all picked personally by donald trump so this is all music that he likes. unfortunately, though, i'm never going to be able to listen to the rolling stones ever again. too much. [laughter]
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jenna: you'll need time to come down, detox, i'm sure one day rolling stones will make it back to your play list. john: just remember, john, you can't always get what you want. just hours before election day some brand new polls on the race for the white house with a yuirvet poll hot off the presses released moments ago giving hillary clinton a 6-point lead. he's at 50% to donald trump's 44. cbs news poll also gives clinton the i believe 45% to trump's 41, but an ibd/tipp poll puts trump ahead. it's important to know that the results are within the margin of error. joining us now patrick murray, director of the university polling institute. what are people to make of these numbers when you get, most of the polls say hillary clinton has a solid lead, maybe 3, 4, 5
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points and then you get the poll that puts trump ahead? >> i think la poll that has trump up by 5 points. fox poll, cbs, abc, these are all polls that have very good track records and we are looking at anywhere from a 3 or 4, 4 to 6 margin in all the polls. they seem to have been on the range and presidential elections here in the u.s., that's a pretty solid number and it suggests that all the other poll that is we are seeing in florida, north carolina, she's probably doing better there clinton probably doing better there. john: i might as well put it up there on the screen for our viewers. fox news national poll puts hillary clinton at 48%, donald trump at 44%. now, this was a poll that basically gave people those two
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options. so pick one or the other, that still leaves 8% of the population who didn't anymore a choice, does that mean they are undecided or they just flat out won't vote? >> the third-party vote is going to come in somewhere 5 to 7%. bigger than average year. most of those people are going to end up in that, i think, at this stage of the game there is almost no voter out there who is undecided about how they're going to vote for president. they may be undecided how they're going to vote for senate, that's why the senate is up in the there. the question is do they go out and vote? this is why donald trump is in michigan and pennsylvania in play. states without early voting. so if one group comes out more than the other, that could tip the balance. john: i have generally seen donald trump's enthusiasm numbers, enthusiasm among trump voters as being higher than hillary clinton's during this election cycle.
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>> right. john: you say at this point that's probably not very important. >> that doesn't matter at this point. john: why? >> enthusiasm is not driving people who wouldn't have voted otherwise to the polls. what drives the early vote and not necessarily election vote and here is why, the enthusiastic trump voters, people excited about voting for trump, they voted in 2012 for romney, they voted in 2012 for mccain. they weren't enthusiastic about the votes back then but that doesn't make them anymore more likely to vote. they just like donald trump better than any candidate they have had before. the enthusiasm -- the enthusiasm number is up. john: even in the republican party donald trump is a controversial figure. i'm surprised to say that people who voted for mccain and romney are also excited to vote for donald trump. >> yeah, they're not. they're voting against hillary clinton. that's the key. they're voting against hillary clinton.
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in the past these enthusiastic trump voters would vote against whoever the democratic nominee was even know they didn't think the republican nominee was their cup of tea. it's a little different now. it literally does not change the number of people turning out to vote. john: i know they asked if it was going to be a fair and scare election? >> the vast majority think this is going to be a fair election. it's a little bit less likely than if clinton wins, some trump voters do think if clinton wins it could be rigged but we are talking about less than 45%. john: well, let's hope they are right, let's hope that it is fair and square election all the way around. patrick, murray, director of the monmouth university. >> thank you. jenna: let's take a listen. >> well, you know what you can do is go out and vote tomorrow. that's the only way.
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[cheers and applause] >> that's where you beat the rigging, folks. if we win the corrupt politicians and their donors lose f they win, the american people lose big league. this is it, folks, we will never have another opportunity, not in four years, not in eight years, it'll be over with supreme court justices, with people pouring into our country, this is it, this is it. good luck. get out there. i did my thing, i mean, i worked yesterday. yesterday i set a record. i had massive crowds, thank you, thank you. yesterday we set a record, we went to different states, you ought to see the crowds. in michigan, which i think we are going to win michigan, by the way.
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[cheers and applause] , we are going to win michigan. you know what we are going to win, we are going to win minnesota. [cheers and applause] >> we are leading big in ohio. we are leading in iowa, we are leading in new hampshire where i'm going in a little while. we are leading in north carolina . [cheers and applause] >> we are doing very, very well in pennsylvania. very well, you watch what's going to happen in pennsylvania. the miners are going to come out, the steel workers who lost their jobs are coming out. by the way, lots of people surrounding philadelphia are going to come out and they're voting because they want to vote and you know who is going to come out, the women are going to come out, you watch. the women. the women are going to come out
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big. it's all a phoney deal. they are telling you a lot of phoney stuff. they are so worried. you ought to see them on television this morning. that we are leading in let's say new hampshire, they get a note very happy and, oh, oh. oh. mr. trump is leading in new hampshire. you can see their thrill. they're totally thrilled. they are thrilled. by the way, i just want to -- i'm a big fan of billy graham. who isn't? i'm also a big fan and he's been so incredible to me of franklin graham. he's a great guy, he's keeping it going. and billy graham's granddaughter was here, spoke incredibly, i hear, i hear. where is sicy, where is she?
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you were so great. if you can do as well as as sicy, you have done a good job, so thank you. that is an amazing, i will tell you, my father used to take me, they called it the crusades and that was the crusades, it was a beautiful thing but billy graham was amazing. i think he's 98 today. 98 year's old billy graham. [cheers and applause] >> wow. thank you, sicy say hello to your family. billy graham is 98 year's old. this is an amazing. our failed political establishment has delivered nothing but poverty at home and disaster overseas. they get rich making america poorer, it's time to reject the media and political elite that's bled our country dry. [cheers and applause]
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>> it's finally time for us to fight for america. we are going to fight for america. [cheers and applause] >> usa! usa! usa! >> i'm not a politician, my only special interest is you. [cheers and applause] >> i built a great company, one of the great companies, one of the great real estate companies, some of the most incredible assets in the world including doral right down the road and lots of other things, buildings on the beach with the family and related, and we have had a tremendous career and i was on the other side. you know my whole life i was always watching. i was on the other side. it's very nice and very comfortable to be on the other
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side but i love this country and this country was going bad. it was going bad. [cheers and applause] >> so i went like from sort of an ultimate insider, i mean, people that absolutely senators call, don, how are you, i give them a check for some crazy thing they are doing, donald, how are you, the day i announced, donald who, we don't know donald trump. you have to see these guys. i know them better than anybody. it was time, it was time. i had to join the other side which is you, we are going to do things so special, our country was in trouble, our country was in trouble. 12trillion in debt. making deals like the deal with iran where we give them 150 billion. we give them $1.7 billion in
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cash, you know what that is? that will fill up the side of the arena. nobody ever even heard of things like this. when you look at our military is allowed to deplete, our military is very depleted. we can't do that. this is among the times where we most need a tremendous and powerful and smart military. we need smart people. and obamacare is a disaster and everything is wrong. our country doesn't win anymore, we are going start winning again, okay. real change begins with immediately repealing and replacing obamacare. [cheers and applause] >> it's just been announced that the residents of florida, sorry
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to tell you this, folks, i don't want to make you depressed, half of you are going to walk out of the room, but don't do that, are going to experience massive double-digit premium hikes, okay, and far greater than what you've been told. you've been told numbers because they didn't want to do it before the election. i work very hard to force the numbers out. it's going to have a great impact -- my poll numbers are going through roof. you know why, i do believe a big part of it is obamacare because we are going repeal it and replace it. in the great state of arizona premiums are going up more than 116%. over 90% of the counties in florida are losing obamacare and they are losing insurers that put obamacare there, but you know what, we are going to make it 100% of the counties because we are going to terminate obamacare and it's not going to make a difference. [cheers and applause]
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>> we will be terminating obamacare and we will be replacing it with so many different options but you'll have great health care at a fraction, a fraction of the cost and it'll be great. with obamacare premiums are surging, companies are leaving, insurers are fleeing, doctors are quitting, and deductibles are going through the roof. yet crooked hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare, make it even more expensive. it's going to go way up, way up. obamacare is going much higher. >> lock her up! lock her up! lock her up! >> nobody in this room can
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believe what's going on in washington. nobody in this room can believe was going on with the fbi and what's going on with the department of justice. nobody. nobody. nobody can believe it. i'm asking for your vote so recan repeal obamacare and save health care for every family in florida and in our great country . real change also means restoring honesty to our government. hillary clinton is moist corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the united states. she threatened national security and sold to the highest bidder and deleted at least 33,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena.
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>> hillary clinton is being protected by a totally rigged system. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the ballot box tomorrow. that's what's going to happen. that's what's going to happen. my contract with the american voter begins with a plan to end government corruption and to take back our country and to take it back swiftly from the special interest who i know so well. i want the entire corrupt washington establishment to hear the words we are all about to say, when we win tomorrow, we are going to drain the swamp.
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[cheers and applause] >> drain the swamp! drain the swamp! drain the swamp! >> you know the other day i read that hillary clinton called entertainers. nobody wants to go. i see she's doing fine, i'm doing fine in the polls and all that stuff. i don't know how, nobody goes to her rallies. so she got jay z and beyonce and the language they use was so bad . the language. the language is so bad and as they were sijing, -- singing,
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right, was it talking or singing. but the language -- but the language was so bad that many of the people left, right? by the time hillary got up there was nobody there. the crooked media, those people out there are the most dishonest people. the crooked media does nothing or did you want explain it, they don't explain it and isn't it amazing that when jz and beyonce use filthy language in the song using words that if i ever said those words it would be the reinstitution of the electric chair, right? right? it's true. and they used these words and she comes on and hugs him like everything is right. and yet with me he's very lewd.
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that's a new word, lewd. i have never seen anything like that. she's such a phoney. she's such a phoney. [cheers and applause] >> now, i will say this, i don't think billy graham ever spoke like this, do we agree? this is different. we are all looking for the same thing. we are looking for greatness in our country, we are all looking for religious liberty, looking for religious liberty. but we are somewhat different personalities, look at this mask. look at this mask. wow. wow, that's beautiful. look at that. looks just like me. [laughter]
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[cheers and applause] >> nice set of hair, i will say that. thank you. thank you. is there any place more fun to be than a trump rally? at the core of my contract is my plan to bring back our jobs. [cheers and applause] >> florida has lost one in four
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jobs by nafta a bill signed by bill clinton and supported by his lovely wife hillary. america has lost, hard to believe this, 70,000 factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary backed disaster. we are living through the greatest job's theft in the history of our world. look, no country has ever lost jobs like us. they're sucked out of our country, the companies leave, they fire everybody, they go to méxico and many other countries. never happened before like this and we are going to stop it day one. it's so easy. so easy to stop. a trump administration will stop the jobs from leaving america and we will stop the jobs from leaving florida. promise.
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[cheers and applause] >> if a company wants to fire their workers leave florida, they move to another country like méxico as an example, and then ship their products back into the united states through what will become an unbelievably strong border, i will tell you. we will make them pay a 35% tax on those products. >> if you want to know where the candidates think the race is going to be won, check out the states today, that's donald trump in florida and hillary clinton and running mate tim kaine in north carolina and pennsylvania although they're all covering the map. donald trump will be in several other states today as well along with his surrogates. we will try and keep an eye on all of them and keep you appraised as best we can.
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in the meantime, in the fox news alert we are getting a preview of hillary clinton's final pitch to american voters, a two-minute ad scheduled to air nationally tonight, a whopping 20 million people expected to see it during prime time programming, clinton finishing up on a positive note, here is her pitch. >> i will work my heart out as president to make life better for you and your family. we won't always get it right, but you can count on this, i've never quit, and i will never will. this has to be our mission together to give our kids and every american the chance to live up to their god-giving potential. so tonight i'm asking for your vote and tomorrow, let's make history together. i'm hillary clinton and one last time, i approve this message. john: again, that will run tonight on a couple of very popular programs on the broadcast networks. fox news is america's election headquarters, stick with us
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tomorrow for live election coverage up to the minute results abin-depth analysis as america chooses our next president. we are live all day and night right here fox news channel. jenna: senior adviser for the trump campaign. we we wanted to get to and introduce as quickly as possible after we saw hillary clinton ad bite. what does your campaign have as an answer to that? do you have a comparable ad buy? >> we have been making a closing argument over the last couple of weeks, hillary clinton's closing argument has been nothing but personal attacks while donald trump has been focused on a positive vision and what he's doing to do as president. i think that the choice tomorrow could not be more clearer. we have been making that since day one. it's outsider versus insider, status quo versus the -- versus the corrupt status quo versus change. donald trump represents change. we still firmly believe it's a change election and he's in a
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great position to win on tuesday. jenna: two minutes long and during prime time, how will you combat that? >> ours has a greater vision in america. he talks specifically about what he's going to do and turn washington upside down and change things that hillary clinton frankly she may say she's going to but she's been there for 30 years, she's been part of the problem and it's going to be hard and frankly unbelievable that she could make a case for change when she's been part of the problem for so long. jenna: we are taking the show on the road tomorrow. one of the states we are going to be in north carolina and as i've been doing research getting ready for election day, one of the core group of voters in north carolina is the white suburban professional women, normally mother and college educated an there are those in the state that says this is a voting block that donald trump needs to make inroads in that looked like they are voting for hillary clinton. you fit that description, i know you're a mom of three,
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professional woman. what is trump's best argument for that particular voting group to vote for him? >> i think it's real simple. the things that keep most of the moms, myself included that i tuck at night is who is going to make america sifer and -- safer and who is going the make life better for our kids. i think the answer is simple, it's donald trump. i think donald trump will do more for working moms and working families in the first 30 days than hillary clinton has done in the last 30 years. jenna: one of the biggest news is news from the fbi that there is no there there with the new emails found. that was a big deal about ten days ago with the announcement of the fbi and a lot of questions on the impact of the race. what do you think about the latest announcement for the fbi that there is no there, how does that impact your chances? >> i think there still is a there because the investigation is still ongoing. they're anything but clear of
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corruption and scandal. wikileaks emails that have come out over the last 244 hours further give cause for people to have a lot of concern and a lot of fear about the level of corruption that hillary clinton would bring to the white house. jenna: great to have you in the program as it has all the way. we look forward having you back again, sarah, thank you. john: one more day. the fight for a key battle ground state, what new polling is telling us about the state of the race in new hampshire and who is making a last-minute appearance there. we are live with that story
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john: fox news alert on the financial markets. let's take a look at the dow. up 311 points, back above 18,000. the triple-digit surge coming as investors react to the knew that the fbi review of hillary clinton's emails found no new evidence to change the bureau's recommendation against criminal charges. the dow now on pace to close posting biggest gain really in four months. this comes as the s&p 500 snaps its longest losing streak in nearly 40 years. jenna: breaking details in fbi's investigation director james comey sending a letter to congress saying they're sticking with july decision not to recommend charges against her. let's talk about what is
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happening in washington, d.c. our chief intelligence correspondent katherine harris live in washington. >> fbi director sent letter to congress sunday that the clinton emails recovered from anthony weiner's sexting case did not change charges for mishandling classified information. clinton and her team were careless with more than 2100 emails with classified information and another 22 at the top secret level. but the director said there was no evidence of criminal intent to move highly sensitive material outside of secured government channels even though she used personal unsecured server exclusive for government business. we reviewed all the communication that is were to or from hillary clinton while she was secretary of state. based on our review, we have not changed the conclusion that we expressed in july with respect to secretary clint open. while a relief to the clinton campaign fbi director's letters have seen a source of frustration.
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>> we are glad to see that as we were -- that he has found that he has confirmed that he's reaching conclusions reached in july and we are glad that the matter is resolved. >> yesterday that his investigations into obstruction of justice and lying under oath to congress by hillary clinton will continue though he was not surprised by the outcome. >> they have come to the conclusion that they are not going to prosecute this but congress has a host of other questions about the potential quid pro quo, they did not answer the question as to whether or not hillary clinton has committed perjury. >> the house government oversight committee ranking democrat cummings does not support further investigation and asked the justice department, internal watch known as attorney general to investigate los angeles to the fbi to the trump campaign. jenna: thank you. john: fbi director james comey
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following october surprise with a november surprise of sorts. a letter to congress saying the fbi is now sticking with its earlier decision not to recommend charges against hillary clinton for her handling of classified information. comey is now under scrutiny for his handling of the case. let's talk about all of the coverage it's getting. tammy radio talk show host, bureau chief for media news, both are fox news contributors. to you first, what do you think about the fbi director's first reinstatement of the investigation and then a few days later case closed. >> he's a politician and wants to keep his job. >> really? >> yes, do i. john: that was presupposed that hillary clinton win it is election. >> it doesn't matter. i think that, you know, it is true that a president can fire an fbi director, however, i think that he doesn't know which way he's going to go and i think he's hedging his bets.
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john, tammy, your take. >> this became political when loretta lynch met with bill clinton on the tarmac. these are all political appointee jobs but we need to have some sort of sense of assurance that these are nonpartisan law enforcement agencies that are going to look at the evidence. i think what people are seeing now, the first memo was kind of a bombshell because it switched things. the second memo sort of exposed some kind of chaos or at least some kind of real politics involved in the decision-making and that speaks to some of the mood in the country right now about who can you trust, are the law enforcement agencies fair and specially irs targeting of the american conservatives and the tea party and it seems like an inability of at least the fbi to stick with an investigation or even apparently conclude one or haven't been inclusive enough to come to the correct decision. john: let's talk about the media coverage. comey has been roasted by all kinds of media for the way he
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has handled that, handled this whole thing. is that fair? >> well, he handled initially the correct way in july or whether he handled it correctly when he wrote to congress or whether he now handled it correctly, i think that the media has not been good about figuring out how these decisions are made, getting sources in the fbi to talk. that's what we are supposed to be doing after all. i don't think the media has done a great job with it. >> the story is that certain things weren't found out in the first press conference like the maid having access to things or additional device that is huma abedin had access to. all of that should have happened at first. if you're not doing that, then we find out that they realize they didn't so they reopen it. the theory of the investigation didn't change is he added intent dynamic which is not in the original gross negligence part. so we knew that that hadn't
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changed and now we have this, well, it didn't really change. the story of the media is not who it hurts, should be what's with the fbi. john: they didn't find any emails that they had already seen. >> this is the problem. americans don't necessarily trust in that determination because everything has been so bungled in a way. 650,000 emails, originally only had 50. john: controversy that could continue after the election. >> indeed. john: thank you both, jenna. >> jenna: well, we know this is a fact, john, it's a tight race for the white house. we are going to check out the latest score card and explore the paths to victory for both candidates next
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jenna: brand new race changes from the fox news score card.
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nevada moving from toss-up to lean democrat, iowa, utah, toss-up to leaning gop. north carolina moves from lean dem to a toss-up and the only toss-up florida, new hampshire. if that map holds true hillary clinton has enough to win the white house. it's nice to have you guys onset. all we need is a presidential election. >> in new york. you don't have to go anywhere. they're right here. jenna: first time since world war ii that we have seen this. let's just talk about north carolina. we are taking a show down there tomorrow but the importance of this state is big for both sides. that's why i want to talk about it. what does it look like to you for north carolina?
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>> north carolina, the big issue there is, potentially depressed african-american turnout and efforts on behalf of legislature to curtail early voting and reduce some of the early voting polling locations, so i think that may have a potentially detrimental impact for democrats. they're not only the presidential race but the senate race as well. north carolina, i believe, is going to be the number one state to watch tomorrow evening because it's going to be the most volatile, the florida of 2016. >> i agree. jenna: what about the midnight rally that hillary clinton is holding. >> she knows and so does north carolina means anything. and you alluded this in the segment. the north carolina has won and lost in raleigh and mecklenburg and lost with suburban women. suburban in north carolina don't vote policy or politics and they vote the person and the last several weeks for donald trump with the video coming up was
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difficult and the race with senator was both, pat mccrory is going to lose and the republican governor as well, three and a half or 3.1 million people have voted in north carolina, probably only about 5 are going to vote. most of them have actually already voted but the turnaround happened when obamacare premiums were going to increase and the news broke, about 40% in north carolina, clinton pay for play but the e-mail investigation started to swing women in donald trump. jenna: the premium hike in whatever state he's in, what do you think that means for voters as a democrat? what do you think -- what is the impact for your side? >> it is a challenge and it does depend on the state, the narrative is a very strong one for donald trump and i think that as he's been staying on message over the last, you know, ten days or so, focusing on the obamacare premium issue, focusing on some of the things that he wants to do in the united states when it comes to
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the economy, for example, we are really in a situation where we've never been able to appropriately articulate the value of obamacare and the chickens are coming home to roost. jenna: hillary clinton adds this to your agenda. you have high-level journalists, national shows calling donald trump strategist visiting a lot of states. is that fair? is that what donald trump is doing or what is the strategy? >> it's not fair. everything starts to tightened toward the end. mitt romney went to minnesota as well. this isn't unprecedented. the polls started tightening and for republicans pennsylvania has been fools gold. it's one of the places that we think we can win and we go in there. the reason we go after philadelphia and michigan, first of all for the working men and women there, the manufacturing jobs have left, second of all, if we can take one of those states, it's over. it makes sense to try to go in there. jenna: at this point with the scorecard being what it is
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hillary clinton still wins presidency, what do you think? >> i think we may be in for a long time. everything is within the margin of error. many swing states and the states that we have put in one column or another is lean. we could be heading for a long night. >> i'm looking for that unheard, unwatched masses out there who haven't been polled because i did something with british television and they see a brexit-type scenario here and if there are that many people who have never been involved in political process and actually vote for trump, we wondered in the primary, would they actually vote, every time they voted. i'm wonder if they're going to do it in the general. >> we will see. jenna: we will be right back with more wouldn't a deal on car insurance
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job -- john: let's check out on outnumbered. harris: latest fox poll is giving hillary clinton a narrow lead but donald trump's campaign insists he has plenty of paths to the 270 electoral votes he will need to win the white house. is that the case? sandra: fbi director throwing another 11th hour twist into this race. clearing hillary in her renewed e-mail probe.
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but is the damage already done? har ar harris: and trump slamming clinton. does he have a point? sandra: all that with our #one lucky guy. chris wallace joins us. outnumbered at the top of the hour. john: i spoke to him this morning. he's very nervous to be on the show. sandra: thank you. harris: see you. john: see you at the top of the hour. jenna: focusing on new hampshire and could play a pivotal role. a few hours from now president obama will do last-minute campaigning in that state this as the university of new hampshire poll has the former secretary of state with 11-point lead. molly. >> hi, jenna, it is a beautiful stunningly fall day in the campus where the president is ready to speak. a long line forming here. this is filled with a lot of
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students but also residents from the community, families as well. of course, president obama is hillary rodham clinton's number one surrogate in the race so this is a big effort to get out to vote in the final hours. candidate herself also making a stop here in the granite state yesterday she held a rally in manchester, james taylor musician joining her. they do not have early voting in new hampshire so the final stops by clinton and obama are intended to be the big final push to energize voters. they need to get voters that came out during primary season and voted for senator bernie sanders and gave him the big victory, 22% victory. also at stake here the balance of power the u.s. senate may very well be divided. kelly ayotte facing tough challenge from governor maggie and worth noting that president obama does not have the state to himself. donald trump is expected to be
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back in manchester yet holding another rally. he's made a big investment here. just four electoral votes at stake but each side is fighting for every one of them. jenna. jenna: molly, thank you. john: some new fallout from the fbi's latest bombshell, how director comey's decision might affect more to the race of the white house. we will do in-depth. a lat minute about to the supreme court about voting ahead of the election day. what the legal development is all about, our panel weighs in.
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sandra: fox news alert. the finish line is in sight. we are now just hours away from millions of americans heading to the polls to decide whether their next president will be hillary clinton or donald trump. this as we get another bombshell in the final days of the campaign. fbi director james comey giving hillary the all-clear in her renewed email investigation. this is "outnumbered." i'm sandra smith. here today, harris faulkner, host of "kennedy" on fox business, kennedy, republican strategist and fox news contributor lisa booth, and today's #oneluckyguy, we welcome back the anchor of "fox news sunday," chris wallace, who will be a big part of fox news's election coverage tomorrow night. chris, remember you are outnumbered, first time we have you back since you moderated that spectacular debate. >> well, thank you. i graduated. i did well there. so you guys invited me back. happy to be here. harris: always love having you. sandra: it's a busy day. here we government less than 24 hours before the p

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