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cam. the camera owner said 60 million folks tuned in to the feed. today we got a glimpse of the chick moving around. no cracked egg on the second one. i'm gregg in for shep. "your world" is next! >> will the new year bring all americans a new round of tax cuts? would be nice. hello. happy new year! i'm trish regan in for neil cavuto, this is a special edition of "your world." president-elect trump in less than three weeks from now will be taking the oath of office. he's gearing up for a push for a tax cutting agenda. some in the republican party are signalling cuts won't be coming right away. does the president-elect and the congress need to go big and get the most bang for their buck? going to stephen moore, advisor to the president-elect. good to see you. i know you want tax cuts. you've wanted them forever. let's be realistic.
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when could we see meaningful tax reform? >> trish, i think trump wants to gallop out of the gates and move aggressively with this tax plan. it's the heart of his economic recovery plan. that means cutting taxes for businesses and getting those rates down much lower so you can put more money into the coffers of the businesses so they can hire more workers and raise wages. i'll make a prediction to you, trish, i think he can get this done in about the first 150 days. a rapid time to get something through the house and senate and signed into law. >> that would be fast. >> everybody wants jobs. they know that's the priority. he can get some democrats on board that tax plan. >> you mentioned the corporate tax cut. >> yes. >> what about individuals? lance priebus, the chief of staff, he's proposed a two-tier approach. could see corporate tax reform first with the bipartisan support and then the individual? >> trish, i've been working at tax reform for almost 25 years.
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so this is a tricky road. i agree with priebus that i think the business tax cut is cleaner, easier to deal with. everybody sees the obvious benefits to the economy of that when you talk about the individual rates, which i'm very much in favor of reducing to make the tax system simpler. but you know this, trish. think about the mountain of special interest groups that don't want a simpler code. they want the deductions and the loop holes. so you have to take on the most powerful special interests in washington to get it done. it's tough. >> let me get back to this idea of, you know, having this come forward in parts, a lot of people might oppose that. say look, if you're doing a tax cut, let's get it for everybody. not just corporations but individuals as well. keep in mind, steve a lot of small business owners file as individuals as opposed to corporations. >> you're exactly right. i want to clarify something. you make an important point. when i talk about this business
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tax cut, because i helped with some of the key advisors like steven mnuchin, what we propose is not just a corporate tax cut. the business tax cut isn't just for the corporations. it's for the small businesses, too. they'll pay a 15% rate as well. doesn't matter if you're talking about general electric or the korean grocer down the street. they're all going to benefit from this tax cut. >> well that's encouraging. >> it is. let me ask you this. i know you're a big believer in this. it's almost a religion for you, steve. you've pushed this idea of less regulation and lower taxes for years. has to be excited to see a candidate with a shot of getting this through. he has not just the oval office but the house and the senate. what do you think it could translate to in terms of
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economic growth and in terms of him standing up there and saying, look at how much growth we have generated! so much for the 1.8% annualized rate that obama gave you. now we're looking at what? >> 4. 4%. i think we can double that number. so i think we can get between 3 1/2 and 5%, which is between -- i mean between 3 1/2 and 4%, which means the difference of 18 miles an hour down the road and 30 to 40 miles an hour down the road. when you get the rates of growth, trish, what will happen, benefits to workers immediately. they'll have more say in terms of getting higher wages. the biggest problem i think in the economy in the last 15 years has been that the average middle class working class family in america has not had a pay raise. a lot of them have see a decline in their income. >> it's been that way for 20 years. you're right. so we all deserve a pay raise in this country. hopefully the lower taxes will generate that. the flip side is how are you going to pay for it all? one hopes you grow the
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economy -- >> and cut spending. >> and bringing in more revenue. we'll see if it happens. thanks. good to see you. >> thanks. >> taxpayers are not getting a break from obama care. taxpayer subsidies for the healthcare law will increase by $10 billion in 2017. that's on top of the average premium hike of 25%. you add this up, people don't like to add it up. when you add it up, it's no wonder why repealing and replacing obama care is high on the president-elect's agenda. mike kelly joins me now from the ways and means committee. congressman, good to see you. i know this is a priority as well. not just tax cuts but some kind of reform for obama care. can he actually get this repealed without have a plan to replace it or do they need to do it simultaneously?
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>> we're going to do a very responsible replacement model. when you use the term "reveal", people think you're pulling the rug out from under me. are you telling me come january 21 i won't have insurance? what we've done as republicans is said, look, we weren't involved in the first affordable care act and we know it was pushed through in the middle of the night. it wasn't well-thought out and it wasn't responsible to the people that we're stewards for, the hard-working american taxpayers. our emphasis -- this is about an insurance policy. how do you make an insurance policy affordable. you talked about the huge raise in premiums but in deductibles and copays. for a lot of americans, they're saying i make a lot of payments but until i reach a certain level, i don't have insurance. for me, it's 15, 16, $17,000. what we're concentrating on, getting something to affordable and responsible for people that pick up the tab. that's the taxpayers. >> the reality is, you'll have
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all the special interests out there. >> sure. >> you'll still have everybody that has their hand in that. how do you get this through? this is a big undertaking. >> it's not big. it's huge. one thing i want to stress because i've heard friends on the other side, you guys complained about it. it's your baby. you take care of it. we've inherited a very bad law. president lincoln said if you want to see a bad law repeal, aggressively enforce it. this is an administration that has not done the full enforcement on it. so the weight of the affordable care act is coming into view. what we've said from the beginning, has to be patient centered healthcare. something that can be affordable to those that pick up the tab. that's the american taxpayers. we're getting hammered. >> i know. the numbers are pretty out there. >> staggering. >> 26% is the increase in the subsidy. it's costing taxpayers. you have to pay for this stuff somehow, some way. there's more in the way of
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market principles that you can introduce here. for example, shouldn't there be competition across state lines, congressman? >> absolutely. listen, i think we look at that. i'm an automobile dealer. my life has been based on a better product at a lower price. that will drive the buyers to you. the same thing is true in insurance. you have a policy that is a better policy at a better price that is all inclusive or inclusive enough for those buying it, they're going to scream for that. this was designed for one reason. they wanted a single provider, a single supplier. that was the government taking over healthcare. that's not a surprise. now how do we roll it back? >> how long will it take? >> it's going to take a lot longer than a couple weeks. it's going to take a lot longer than 150 days. i think we're looking at something a year or two years out, maybe longer because it's that complicated. we want to do something that is responsible. you know a lot of people talk about the way you land an airplane. you don't bring it straight down. it has to have a glide path. we need a glide path.
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but we have a responsibility for the americans that get up every day, to put a roof over their heads, food on the table and something away for the future. we have loaded these people up so much, it's the old saying. don't worry about the mule. load the wagon. most mules are ready to walk away. we have to fix this for americans. >> you have your work cut out for you. >> we do. we can do it. >> good to see you. stay positive. anyone remember this? >> in the event donald wins, have no doubt in my mind the markets tank. so i literally have put on more than 100% hedge that i'll put on stronger if it looks like there's a better chance -- >> what does that mean? donald trump wins in november, what is mark cuban doing? >> if the polls look like there's a decent chance that donald can win, i'll put a huge hedge on over 100% of my equity
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position that protectses me just in case he wins. >> i get mark cuban lost some money. so far so much for that whole idea. we're asking how long is this rally going to last. later on, the recount didn't work, the pressure on electors didn't work. now the left is organizing to protest trump's swearing in. imagine if the other side were pulling this.
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the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. >> stocks rocking and rolling since the presidential election. so what does it mean for the new year with this new administration? i want to go to our market pros. we have john, lindsey and larry here with us. good to see you guys. larry, lower taxes, less regulation. seems like an econ 101 things hopefully generating growth for our economy. if it does, what does it mean for the markets? >> sure. look. trump has a very, very ambitious 100-day agenda. for many, the holidays are about
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miracles. we don't need a miracle this holiday season but we need a big and a bold pro growth tax return policy to keep the markets moving. if you don't get that, you'll see disappointment in the markets. >> good point. >> eggnog wears off. you can get a hangover in january. that's what i worry about. >> john, the markets are always running in anticipation of something. certainly they got something wrong and the market thought hillary clinton was going to win. they were wrong there. let's hope they're right on this one in that they're anticipating that there will be growth. but it is dependent as larry points out on this tax reform. you know, we just said, there's many different ways this could go. it may not be as big as some people are hoping for. what would that do to the market? >> i think that we should temper our expectations on how quickly pro growth economic policies and pro growth tax plan could be rolled out. i think that a number of regulatory changes can be made pretty immediately in january.
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but you have to remember with respect to tax reform, that has to be debated, will have to be debated in congress and signed by the president. that could take a number of months. actually implementing it takes time. that may not really happen until really 2018 and 2019. >> steve moore would take offense to that. he said it would happen hopefully in the first 150 days. so if it doesn't, if it doesn't happen right away and you're advising people to temper their expectations, lindsey how will the market react? >> you'll see volatility around the tax policy as well as deregulation. i know we're approaching the eighth year of this bull market quickly. can it continue to run at least until inauguration day. there's a tremendous amount of momentum in the market right now. there's still excess cash on the sidelines and that rotation out
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of bonds into equity still should support the market over time. >> larry, one of the things that i keep hearing is sort of better expectations. people are feeling more positive about things. how much does that count in the market? >> it matters a lot, trish. for many, this is a ronald reagan rally. tax reform, all the things we need to get the economy finally moving. always a risk that it could stalemate in washington. change comes slowly to washington. that's what we're worried about. washington won't move as fast as people want it to move. it's about expectations. >> to a certain extent, if you continue to harp on business, if you continue to see business as the enemy, john, then, you know, business reacts accordingly. they become -- ceos get nervous when it comes to getting money into the economy and getting it to start working for them. so now there's an opportunity. there's an opportunity for that
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to change. in part, maybe because this is a guy that comes from business himself? >> i couldn't agree with you more, trish. one thing that -- one of the most important pieces of the tax plan will be how low will the corporate rain be reduced to. president trump and paul ryan are on the same page. they believe the corporate tax rate needs to go from 35% down to 15%. currently we have the highest corporate tax rate and we've seen tax inversions the past few years of companies leaving the u.s., taking jobs and tax dollars with them. >> and all the money sitting overseas. you have $2 trillion overseas working for other economies instead of ours. lindsey bell, last question to you. one of the concerns the bears have these days is that interest rates move higher more quickly than some people anticipate and expect. they worry about what that will do to the overall economy combined, of course, with a stronger dollar.
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how are you getting ready for those scenarios? >> those are the two biggest concerns in 2017. we'll need to see the economy and earnings, expectations come up. as you mentioned at the start of this segment, high expectations are baked in. so for them to offset the concerns, we'll need to see them to come to fruition. >> that's good there's optimism for a change. thanks so much. all right. in the wake of this deadly attack in germany, president-elect trump wasting no time calling it terror. will that help the fight ahead?
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>> after the truck attack on a christmas market in berlin, president-elect trump wastes no time pinning the attack on isis and calling it terror. stating innocent civilians were murdered in the streets as they
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prepared to celebrate the christmas holiday. isis and other terrorists slaughter christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad. dr. jasser says finding the enemy is the first step towards defeating it. good to see you, doctor. >> thank you. >> you must be encouraged by this in terms of donald trump's response. >> absolutely. absolutely. it's refreshing, you know. this president currently -- obama has been so quiet. there's no tipping point for him. whatever mobilized to help treat the disease. if you want to mobilize the muslim community and treat the problem with a muslim solution, you have to identify it. the new montra i think is going to become, it's the global jihad, stupid. we have a jihad problem within the house of islam. it's not islamophobic.
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pro muslim. it's pro islam. it's tough love to tell us, you know what? you have a thoeacracy problem -- >> where does it come from? why is it this is coming from those in the islamic faith? >> well, i would tell you, it's not just the violence. we need to shift the axis from focusing on violence to political islam. our reform movement has identified where the source is, we have not gone through a separation of mosque and state. we have not gone through the americanization or the westernization that christianity went through. we now have to defeat thoeacracy. every islamic country, whether it's secular or military dictatorships, they're all run by a sharia identity. until we separated out reason-based law, civil society
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like western modern society from the sharia stage that is massagistic, that doesn't allow christians to bring in bibles, until we recognize that those sharia law systems all over the planet and muslim majority systems are the cauldrons that are building these radicalists, those are the tips of the icebergs that we have yet to treat. >> really quickly, the lefts would say you're empowering these islamic radicals by identifying them. what are you saying in response to that? >> i say actually it's the opposite. they empower the islamics to speak for all of islam by telling americans that we don't have a problem. when you engage muslim communities with respect, not this bigotry of expectations, oh, yeah, they're muslims. let them treat the third class
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and women and not allow them to build churches. they're not going to make it to western values. no, treat us with respect, demand equality and let us start to reform. that's the way to treat us with equality rather than this bigotry of low expectations. >> you continue pushing that. it's an important message for people to hear. thank you. >> thank you. >> dr. jasser. all right. from taking on terror to taking on china. china has been flexing their muscle. is it time for us to get tough like donald trump has been saying forever? >> china is absolutely taking advantage of this country. i feel it very strongly. i know many chinese people, i know many chinese businessmen and they laugh at is stupidity of our politicians. >> what if china were telling you, get your debt under control, fly right, don't lecture us about our currency on and on, what would president trump say or do? >> i'd tax the hell out of them.
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tax them back to china. >> reaction right now from lieutenant colonel tony schaffer. there's a lot of talk in the community about a 35% tariff that he would impose on china when they sold goods here. do you think that's go is this rhetoric? >> i think it's very possible. mr. trump has been very clear on holding people, things and countries accountable. so i think he's correct. china is running a table. they don't respect us, they don't respect our economy, they don't respect the situation within the pacific. they're very vulnerable. i would recommend to the president, you need to look at not only tariffs but look at getting serious regarding their other actions. for example, they're claiming today -- i think there was sometime a few days ago they claimed that the japanese are now -- they want the japanese to
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give up islands that they. have within the context of their own economic situation, the south china sea is important. they need that access for fuel and food. so you know, there's -- >> so we have leverage here. we do have leverage. they need to sell their goods here to our country. >> that's right. >> let's talk about this drone for a second. >> sure. >> they said we're giving it back. donald trump tweets out, you know what? let them keep it. i have to imagine, colonel, how valuable is it? >> one of the things i've heard from folks i've talked to, the trump team is functioning more like they're in charge already. president obama isn't doing anything. that's the sad truth. the fact is this. president obama has reluctantly been doing nothing to be involved in this. so -- >> and he kind of knows. >> yeah.
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>> so i think look, the chinese are going to give it back. they should. this was seized in international water. we had the right to be there. we had the right to do peaceful reconnaissance and the right to study scientifically whatever is there. so i think mr. trump has to basically do and say things which are going to make the chinese look at what the situation is. >> that said, the concern, the fear out there, is that donald trump could get wreckless and maybe he says something or tweets something that gets the chinese really mad. maybe they retaliate. there's this fear that we could find ourselves in a very difficult global situation. what is it that makes you comfortable enough with his kind of foreign policy that is so different from anything anybody else has seen? >> i go back to reagan. president reagan was told during his berlin speech, don't say
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mr. gorbachev, tear this wall down. the left went bonkers all over it. next thing you know, the wall was done. one man's provocation is another man's strength. we're long overdue for strength. that's where we're going. >> colonel, thank you. imagine if this was a trump supporter. >> you don't deserve to be in america. >> imagine if this was a trump supporter refusing to accept hillary clinton as the next president. why the silence from the media now? does this hypocrisy need to be here?
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>> hello. i'm gregg jarrett on the fox new desk. investigators are on the hunt for a man that killed 35 people at a nightclub in istanbul as folks rang in the new year. more than a dozen injured. isis claiming responsibility. president-elect trump says he is still not sure that russian hackers interfered with our election. he says he knows things other people don't. >> what the president-elect is referring to, he gets briefed on a daily basis on different threats and issues facing the nation by his national security team and by other members of the intelligence community. he's privy to information that nobody else is. >> trump tells us he will tell us more after he meets with intel leaders. tornado watches in louisiana, mississippi, alabama and the florida panhandle. stay with fox news channel. most trusted name in news! >> still denying donald trump
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the victory. >> neil, people have to get over it and go on. >> perhaps good advice. that was west virginia democrat, joe manchin telling democrats that they need to move on. but you know and i know they're not. in fact, word is that the left is planning major protests on inauguration day. this despite urging a recount that went nowhere and putting pressure on electors that backfired. is it time to step back and ask this question. . if these were the faces of trump supporters fighting a president-elect hillary clinton, would the media be going nuts over that? i want to ask kathy manning of the women's independent forum, good to see you guys. double standard? >> you know, that's a lot of what got president-elect trump elected. americans feel like the information they're getting is very sectioned off depending on where you're coming from. a lot of people are seeing partisan sources of news.
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a lot of skepticism of the mainstream media because they tend to lean left. the presentation news is not only biassed but the collection of what news stories to cover and how much time and how much space to give them in publications is something that americans are asking more questions about than ever before. >> look, it feels as though this is not entirely been a fair situation. it has been completely acceptable had members of the media to take on donald trump that has an edge like never before. >> people have a right to protest as long as what they're doing is legal and they're not threatening public safety. the bottom line is this: we have to treat both sides fairly in the way that we cover these stories and we also have to hope people protesting now will also come to see that there's another side to the story and that ultimately we're all americans. we have to work together regardless of who is in the white house. >> you look at the numbers here. how he got elected. what i'd point out is that a lot
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of people that maybe would have been traditionally voters of the democratic party, the blue collar democrats in states like ohio, in places like pennsylvania, they voted for donald trump. so don't the democrats need to get over it for their own sake, for their own well-being? if they want a future in politics. >> oh, i would say that the democrats are making -- certainly the elected officials are making steps towards working with donald trump. president-elect donald trump rather. chuck schumer said he's interested in some of the plans that trump has put out regarding infrastructure. he said -- >> trying to get some money for new york, i guess. i think about nancy pelosi and the things that she's said and harry reid on his way out, the things that he's said. >> of course. >> frankly some of president obama's comments and his wife, michelle obama who has given up hope telling oprah winfrey -- >> doesn't seem as so they will give him a chance. >> i think president obama has
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worked very hard to have a peaceful transition with donald trump. they differ on the opinion on russian interference of election. something that the fbi and and c.i.a. back. but regardless to the point of protesters, as long as it's people protesting, it's going to be one martha -- march that they got the permit to march. as long as it's peaceful -- >> so they do the protest, hopefully do it peacefully. do they need to move on? do soul searching and figure out why they lost so many americans in this election? >> they didn't lose a lot of americans -- >> they did, they did. >> they lost everything. >> you're going to ask me a question. let me finish. they just certified the election results that she walloped him by three million votes. we retained our seats in the state and actually retained two.
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where we should have lost seats in the house -- >> i don't appreciate you're trying to spin this as a win -- >> i'm trying to object to your pin that you're saying, oh, you guys are completely done in the water, which has been a narrative here the entire time. so i'm objecting to that specific opinion. >> all right. i appreciate you coming up the hope, but i'm going to give the final word here and say you took a beating. you have a lot of work to do. be prepared. >> absolutely. >> good to see you here. thank you. all right. cold as ice and paying the price. bitter temperatures are taking a price out of americans' wallets. how long will the cold last? a look back at the moment that led to president-elect trump. what a wild go it has been. it's been a long road. neil has been there throughout it all. what was his favorite moment? you're going to find out. stay tuned. my goal was to finally get in shape.
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>> a december cold snap pushing energy prices higher. does that mean we'll see more hikes in prices in the new year? go to oil trader phil flynn in chicago for a look at what we can expect. what say you, phil? >> it's going to be ugly. old man winter won't be kind. in fact, the era of low heating bills is over. americans have really gotten used to low prices the last couple years when it comes to heating their homes. forget about it this winter. because this winter so much colder and we've slowed down the production of energy, our production of natural gas is falling, our production of heating oil is falling. we're going to see prices maybe 30 to 40% higher than last season. >> wow! >> that's terrible for most americans. i know, wow is correct. especially if you're paying the bills and over a course of a winter, you're talking about the average american spending 600 to
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$700 more than a year ago. >> it takes a bite out of something, right? less money than you can spend elsewhere in the economy. >> maybe that's why i didn't get as many presents at christmas. you people are not spending as much. but you're right, it's harding hard. >> did you know you would have to be a meteorologist when you studied to become an oil trader? watching the weather. >> i never did. but this year, i'll tell you what, i tell people, i'm not a weatherman but i try to play one on tv. doesn't work out sometimes. >> okay. phil flynn, thanks so much. watch for the oil prices ahead of the swearing in. neil looks back at how president-elect trump managed to take his republican and democratic rivals out. ever try something so good,
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>> with the inauguration ahead, one last look back at the election battle we're leaving behind. neil has been there every step of the way. >> i am incredibly honored and
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grateful to have had this chance to represent all of you in this consequential election. >> i pledge to every citizen of our land that i will be president for all americans and this is so important to me. >> welcome to the republican presidential debate here on the fox business network. >> you did a really elegant job. >> one of the things i got a kick out of is this e-mail. maria bartiromo is so much prettier than you are. >> really? >> the road leads to south carolina. >> welcome to the sixth republican presidential debate. >> how do attack a network that does not respect national borders? >> i'm very happy to get a question this early on.
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i was going to ask you to wake me up when the time came. >> the u.s. constitution says nationally born residents are available to become president. >> donald trump said he had his lawyers look at this every which way. there's no issue there. since september, the constitution hasn't changed. the poll numbers. have. >> i hate to interrupt this episode before tv, but the real -- >> i'm trisha regan. >> really is put up or shut up time here in iowa. >> you know, i'm having a big problem with adele. she has this song that mike huckabee parodies. ♪ >> her people got back to him very quickly and said stop, can't use it. >> hello, it's me. >> he's going to announce on this show that he's backing
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donald trump of the united states. >> backing him up in traffic. >> my presidential candidate, neil cavuto. >> so mike has done what he often does. make idiots out of pundits. >> we had our call on this. we could be inside where it's warm and cozy. the staff said neil, let's go outside. it's 20 degrees. what the heck? >> extremely handsome. very postured. >> on the phone with us right now, marco rubio. >> no matter how sensitive you may find donald trump, he doesn't have a right to not be prevented from speaking. >> so presidential candidate san
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san is with us now. you talked about fixing her bias, that she's not a distant observer. her candidate is hillary clinton. >> i know you want to start a fight with the democratic party but -- >> i would never do that. i would never do that. >> no, never. >> okay. >> the gop convention is on. neil is out recovering from heart surgery. he's doing well. "we want trump" is what i'm hearing from the delegates right there. >> it's a political theater, this is what people used to look at conventions for. >> guliani's speech today. he's an italian american. it was openertic. >> it was like an aria up there. i'm a former opera singer. >> i heard you're a great singer. >> donald trump is the agent of change. he will be the leader of the change we need. >> cleveland is still buzzing over last night's fireworks. >> vote your conscious, vote for
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candidates up and down the ticket who you trust to defend our freedom. >> we will make america proud again. we will make america great again. >> you are looking live at the dnc in philadelphia where the gavel is about to slam down. but it will not be outgoing dnc chair debbie wasserman schultz doing it to angie moreli. are you prepared to support hillary clinton? >> no, sir, i'm not. >> we're going to work for angie's vote. >> let's build a better tomorrow for our beloved children and our beloved country. when we do, america will be greater than ever. >> i said in an interview with neil cavuto, to whom i offer my best wishes for his speedy recovery -- >> i'm neil cavuto. this is "your world." i'm happy to be back.
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♪ neil cavuto is the gentleman's name." >> welcome back, my friend. >> i've had a lot of democrats say that neil cavuto doesn't have a heart. after his surgery, i have proof now. >> gary johnson is here. he's here to answer for this. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> what is aleppo? >> it's kissing my chances good bye, so be it. i've always been served really well by telling the truth. >> all right. you didn't hear it from me, but there's apparently a presidential debate tonight. >> he came in in december. >> yes. set that up. >> he made his way about the geometric scrum. we were pinned off like veal. >> neil what are they saying about who won and lost? >> i think donald trump crushed this debate. >> okay. with prior republican nominees for president, i disagreed with
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them. but i never questioned their fitness to serve. donald trump is different. >> donald trump today on how we handled himself over the last debate. >> when msnbc said it was a draw, we won by a knockout. >> jeff is here to announce that he's supporting donald trump. i got to get my notes up to speed. it's all eyes on vegas, baby. ♪ >> do you like cirque du soleil? i notice they have about 58 different shows here. is that by design or -- >> this is the one city that there is room for everybody. >> i want to go now to steve wynn. he has over seen construction of or operations for golden nugget, the mirage, treasure island, the bellagio. i can go on and on. >> go on and on. hi, neil. >> keep it going. >> you have no idea whether it's russia, china or anybody else.
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>> i'm not quoting myself. >> hillary, you have no idea. >> that went well. governor rick perry with me right now. just back from "dancing with the stars." you survived that. >> i did. my knees and ankles survived me. >> good to see you in the flesh. >> it's nice to touch you. >> i get that all the time. you thought donald trump won and he would be the next president. >> i could lobby here. >> people saw the strength in donald trump's leadership that i think will continue to drive the momentum in this campaign. >> he gave the measured answer he gave and didn't say i'm going to agree to the election. >> very good donald trump impression. >> could -- [laughter] >> all the debates are over. now it's up to you to decide. >> all right. it is any one's guess how this night will turn out. i think it's safe to say it's not unfolding like most people
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thought it would. >> whatever he is pulling off tonight, he's doing largely on his own. >> you have to give him credit for that he's done fighting with the world. >> whatever happens in the election tonight, whether trump wins or loses, the republican party is a very different party. >> dr. carson has been so patient with us. he's a doctor. they're very patient. >> there's no doctors with no patience. [laughter] >> he seems to have a better path to 270 than she does. if that surprises you, i want to go out here looking at the markets. it surprises them. they're panicking. >> i think they're cheering on the nikkei as well as -- >> that does seem crazy. >> at first, it sounded like "u.s.a., u.s.a." but you're right, it was "nikkei." >> donald trump has won the state of florida. >> people are excited.
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>> we loved that. >> maybe hillary clinton is worried. she tweeted out "this team has so much to be proud of. whatever happens tonight, thank you for everything." >> they cannot fathom what they're witnessing. she's on the verge of losing it and donald trump is shocking the world. >> he's made enormous inroads of changing the normal run of politics. >> back in new hampshire, and wait for this map to reset it. the map is it getting tired. >> they say he staggered and cursed his way to the nomination. donald trump was his own man. she had the serrogates, michelle obama, everybody going for her. >> how the media has portrayed this. they had a cover of new york magazine that said "loser" across the front of it. >> just obnoxious.
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it's incredible, folks. you're living through history and working it on fox business network. i'm assured right now, that our rival business channels have you covered in commercials. reports that john podesta might address the troops after all. >> donald trump has won pennsylvania. it's a moot point. donald trump is the next president of the united states. >> to the president-elect of the united states of america, donald trump. >> u.s.a., u.s.a.! >> thank you. >> i say it's time for us to come together as one united people. >> donald trump does have to you night -- unite the country. >> mark cuban tweeted out that we have to give president-elect trump a chance. support the good, lobby against what we disagree on. nobody is bigger than us all. >> donald trump qualified himself tonight. you cannot question american democracy.
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that's a question a 7-year-old answers without hesitation. >> mark cuban loves everybody. >> there's one thing. there's now time for mark to grow up a little. >> oh! >> i do hope i never cross you. because i don't want to diminish. >> we told you we would be here every step of the way. we told you it's consequential that we would be here. we meant it. i don't know what the other guys are doing. >> amazing, right? thank you so much for joining us today. thank you for being there throughout this election year, which is clearly an election year for the history books. you can catch me every day on the fox business network, "the intelligence report" at 2:00 p.m. eastern. i'll be there tomorrow. neil is back here with you tomorrow. have a happy new year. good night, everyone.
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>> hello, everyone. happy new year. >> oh, my god. that's terrible. >> it's 5:00 in new york city. we hope you had a wonderful holiday. 2017. that was a little bit of a flop. >> the obamacare of new year's eve party favors. >> anyway, a new year in america. we will have a new president for the first time in eight years. big changes in store for the country, good changes. president-elect donald trump has a massive agenda to tackle. he has promised to d


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