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rick: . absolutely. thanks for being with us and not watching basketball. uma: that's a wrap. laura inglis joined us next with the fox report. have a great night >> it's a big week coming up for republican plans to repeal and replace obamacare which could floor thursday or friday. this is the fox report. republican leaders will need hope to push it through and send it to the senate where a different kind of battle awaits. it is a working weekend for president trump and mike pence, both in florida working to sell the plan. vice president mike pence within jacksonville with small business owner. >> the obamacare nightmare is about two and. [applause] virtually every promise they
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made about obamacare has been broken. we all remember what they were. they told us the cost of health insurance would go down. not true. they told us if you like your doctors, you can keep them. not true. they told us if you like your health plan, you can keep it. not true. laura: deep divisions remain as republicans are fearful of the backlash from voters who could lose their health insurance. more than 20 million, according to the office of management and budget. lawmakers are hearing from their constituents at town hall meetings. a fox news poll shows voter opinions of obamacare rising over the past two years. right now, 50% are favorable to the law compared to 38% back in 2015. kristin is following this. what are they doing this weekend to get this bill through the house? reporter: right now the trump
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administration is in dealmaking mode. resident trump is the closer in chief as paul ryan alluded to yesterday. today, mike pence was the one making the most vocal pitch. mike pence hosted a listening session with a group of small business owners in jacksonville florida. he told them if they want to get rid of obamacare they need to pressure their representatives to replace it with the republican alternative, the american healthcare act. >> be clear on this. this will be a battle in washington d.c. obamacare defenders are working hard, so we have to work harder. we are counting on florida. we need every republican in florida to support this bill and support the president's plan to repeal and replace obamacare. reporter: the vice president said president trump is behind the dough 1000%, but he also
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said president trump is open to negotiating. here you have the author, the president, the author of the president of the deal -- making that offer. >> we heard he was making some concessions. what were they and how are they received. reporter: he endorsed two big changes to medicaid that conservatives would like. members of a republican study committee. this is aimed at bringing more conservatives on board. today, for the first time since president trump agreed to tweak the bill, the vice president detailed those two big changes, and here they are. >> we are going to stop anymore and adding a burden to future generations. we will give states the option of block grants of medicaid to the states so states like
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florida can innovate and design around the needs of this community, and we allow states like florida to include a work requirement for able-bodied adults ensuring that medicaid benefits are available for those who need them most. reporter: those are two changes that conservatives like and two changes that prompted republicans in the meeting to change their mind and now support this bill. laura: as they say, it's all about timing. when can we expect a vote kristin? reporter: the earliest would be thursday. that is the day everyone is circling. a vote could take place on that day. there was a funny moment on the house floor yesterday that gives you some insight in terms of what to expect. it was between kevin mccarthy and denny hoyer. it brings together two things everyone is talking about right
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now. healthcare and march madness. >> i feel bad, when we look at the basketball ground, what happened to maryland. if you look at cal state bakersfield, they are still on the march. i've got another team i can root for. i yield back. >> mr. speaker, i asked the gentleman's words be taken down. [laughter] what i would hope, though, we would not have march madness on this floor next week. there will be no upsets. >> anytime there's a discussion of march madness on the house floor, i have to share with you. we are looking at thursday last weekend leadership has warned the members that they should expect for a very long night. laura: you have to get the sports in there. kristen, thank you so much. meanwhile, the republican healthcare plan is among the
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topics tomorrow on fox news sunday. chris wallace welcomed paul ryan to discuss the bill and president trump's proposed budget as debate get started in congress. he will also discuss alleged ties between russia and the trump campaign with chairman of the house intelligence committee. two exclusive conversation tomorrow on fox news sunday. check your local listing or tune in at 2:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. while president trump and his family are in florida, some tense moments back at the white house. a potential intruder was captured near the white house. it put secret service officers on alert, along with their dog. someone jumped over a bike rack attempt to get over the fence. officers caught the person before reaching it and were told charges are pending. the latest incident comes one week after a man breached the fence and gained entry to the ground.
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the justice department is filing a motion on the revised travel ban asking a federal judge in hawaii to clarify his restraining order, arguing that it shouldn't apply to the administration refugee policy. garrett is live in washington. what exactly is the justice department looking for clarification on. reporter: there are 11 sections of the travel ban. the most talked about section is the ban on six predominantly muslim countries. judge watson ruled the new order was likely unconstitutional because of president trump's comment about muslims on the campaign trail, such as this. >> donald j trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. we can't live like this. it's going to get worse and worse. you are going to have more world trade center's, it's going to get worse and worse, folks. we can be politically practice
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or we can be stupid. >> they say comments like that are clear evidence he was targeting muslims with the travel ban. the white house plans to appeal the decision. in the meantime the justice department is trying to get parts of the order reinstated. late yesterday d.o.j. filed a motion arguing that the visa ban is the only part of the order that could be construed as possibly targeting muslims. he requested them to reconsider his decision and allow the other ten sections to remain in effect. those other sections include 120 day halt on the refugee program and lowering the cap on how many refugees the u.s. can bring in from 100,000 down to 50000. laura: another federal judge in maryland claimed a temporary hold on the travel ban. that seems to be where they are focusing their efforts. >> yes, yesterday the justice department said they plan to
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file that restriction order to the fourth court of appeals. that is significant because it was the liberal ninth circuit court of appeals that ruled against the first travel ban. the fourth circuit is more conservative and they believe the administration stands a better chance at prevailing there rather than in the ninth circuit. it could still end up, if the , that would come after a precedent is set by the fourth circuit. keep in mind, these battles are over decisions by the federal judges to place temporary restriction on the travel ban being enforced. the much bigger legal fight will as a whole, is constitutional. laura: thank you so much. more to come on that. the world is morning one of the founding fathers of rock 'n ro roll. the one, the only, chuck berry.
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♪ go johnny go, go. ♪ johnny be good. laura: he came on the scene in the 1950s unleashing a string of hit that would shape popular music for years to come like roll over beethoven and men' mes tennessee. he had catchy wit and wordplay inspiring bands like the beatles. the list goes on. here is a look back at his legendary career. ♪ ♪ >> keith richard called his guitar work perfection. ♪ ♪ >> john lennon said if you tried to give rock 'n roll another name, you might call it chuck berry. >> you invented rock 'n roll, didn't you. >> the father of rock 'n roll was born charles edward anderson
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barry. a local jazz artists taught him guitar. he listened to blues, jazz and country, a combination that would become the backbone of his rock style. he joined johnny johnson's trio. three years later he met his idol muddy waters who introduced him to the record company. the first demo he handed in was maybelline, a song rolling stones credits with the start of rock 'n roll guitar. a string of hits followed. his style was like no other. neither was his guitar playing with his double string plucking and his famous duck walk. his success started to fade in 59 when he served time for immoral reasons involving an underage girl. then came the british invasion of the 1960s and while he
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himself wasn't as visible, his song certainly were.?ñ? ♪ >> keep performed in the decade that followed in his last album of new material was in 1979. he had more legal trouble with drug abuse and tax evasion charges. despite that, he remained a legend. to be inducted into the rock 'n fame. in 2000, president clinton presented him with the kennedy center honor and called him one of the 20th century most influential musicians. we call it rhythm and blues, call it what you may. the man could play.
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laura: chuck berry died at the age of 90 today. we are working to get more information on the story and will bring it to you later on in the fox report. right now we are getting new details on what investigators say might have been an attempted terror attack in paris. that, plus, the russian parliament calling for an investigation into several american media outlets including cnn. russia investigating news in the united states? it's all ahead on the fox report e plaque psoriasis isn't it time to let the real you shine through? introducing otezla, apremilast. otezla is not an injection, or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. some people who took otezla saw 75% clearer skin after 4 months. and otezla's prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't take otezla if you are allergic to any of its ingredients.
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the sponsor of the bill accuses them of teaming with the kremlin to undermine american democracy. investigators are investigating and attack in paris to see if it was a potential terrorist attack. he grabbed a gun of an officer and said he wanted to die in the name of allah. it is just the latest in a country that remains in the state of an emergency following attacks that killed 235 people over the past two years. here is more from jerusalem. >> laura, people screaming and running, gunshots, some descriptions of today's airport attack in france. tonight we are learning more about the attacker. he had a criminal history. he was known by police and suspected of islamic radicalization.
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>> the top prosecutor said the 39-year-old man, born in france, attacked and wrestled away a few male soldier assault rifle while she was on patrol at the airport. officials say he held a gun to her head screaming he wanted to die for allah. >> she managed to resist but to comrades thought it was necessary to open fire to protect her and above all, gas container to the ground. ninety minutes before the incident he used a pellet gun to shoot a police officer at a checkpoint north of paris and carjacked a vehicle before heading to the airport. in counter when he saw people running and screaming, people are shooting. he took off running two. the airport was evacuated for several hours. flights were suspended or diverted to charles de gaulle airport, disrupting travel for 3000 people. the airport is back to normal.
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they call the attacker radicalized muslim whose home was among the many that were rated after the deadly paris attack in 2015. they say he had a criminal history including charges of drug trafficking and armed robbery. the man is being investigated to see if he had a terrorist plot behind them. laura: thank you. a new development in the syrian conflict. opposition fighters and families have been evacuating the last rebel held neighborhood. the community has been under siege for years and was ground zero for the uprising against ashad. they are caring their belongings in plastic bags, boarding passes for the turkish border. the evacuation comes as part of a brokered agreement. former dnc chair is now admitting to passing townhall
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laura: donna brazil comes clean. the former woman of the dnc admitted to passing townhall questions to the hillary clinton campaign during the primary. these are accusations that surfaced from wikileaks in october.
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instead of apologizing, she tried to push the blame on to the russian hackers who stole e-mail. she said, in an article for "time" magazine, this, by stealing all the dnc e-mail and selectively releasing those few, the russians made it look like i was in the tank for secretary clinton. the media narrative played out just as the russians had hoped, and throwing division in our ranks. here is more from washington. >> donna brazil, the former interim chair of the dnc now admits she forwarded townhall questions to the clinton campaign before the election after months of denial. here's what she wrote on among the many things i did in my role, prior to assuming the position, was to share position topics with the clinton campai campaign. we wanted to make all our candidates look good and we
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worked hard to make that happen. sending that e-mail was a mistake i will always regret. they show her telling the clinton camp a plan to question from the audience about the flint michigan poisoning in the water. another proposed question about the death penalty. the story broke in october when fox asked about it at the time, she denied it calling it falsified information and an altered e-mail. >> as a christian woman i understand persecution but i will not be persecuted because your information is false. his e-mails were stolen. you are so interested in talkin- >> you are denying it. >> you are like a thief that wants to bring into the night the things you found. >> she said she regrets her actions but never apologized. laura: thank you for that. jesse watters sat down with
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president trump and took a ride with him on air force one. in their wide-ranging conversation, jesse asked the president about his relationship with former president obama and his administration. >> do you think president obama wants you to succeed? >> he has been very nice to me personally, but his people haven't been nice. there is great animosity out there. there is great anger. leaking is one example and it's a very serious example. leaking, and the level of anger is hard to believe. while he is nice personally, there doesn't seem to be a lot of nice things happening behind the scenes, and that is unfortunate. laura: what else did president trump tell jesse watters? you have to catch the interview and go inside air force one with the president of the united states tonight on "watters world". that is after the fox report tonight at 8:00 o'clock eastern.
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i am laura ingle. this is the fox report. the vice president is speaking at the club for growth. it's not far from the morrow -- trumps estate. he met with governor rick scott. both the president and vice president are working to build support for the republican plan to replace obamacare, which could go up for houseboat on thursday. the plan is dividing the conservatives and moderates in the party. the conservatives want to do away with obamacare altogether. moderates fear the consequences of possibly millions of voters losing their health insurance. secretary of state rex tillerson is visiting beijing. he's wrapping up the last leg of his to her after visiting south korea and north korea yesterday. this trip is following a string of north korea missile launches, raising concerns over the
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nuclear and ballistic missile program. intelligence spoke with leaders and pushed for closer china u.s. relations on dealing with the north korea program. rich has more on this from beijing. >> the question for rick' rex tillerson is under what conditions what the united states support action against north korea. if the weapons program reached a certain point, military action would be on the table. this is the final stop on a three country trip for the secretary of state, here in east asia. much of his trip has focused on countering north korea. the secretary has been critical of china in what he called an inappropriate response situation in north korea, and mentioned the world needs a new approach against north korea. >> i think we share a common view and a sense that tensions on the peninsula are quite high,
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and things have reached a rather dangerous level. we have committed ourselves to do everything we can to prevent any type of conflict from we view there are a number of steps we can take that are in front of us. >> the response from china, the united states needs to have a coolheaded reaction to the situation. china has been critical of the united states for the u.s. deployment of an antimissile system in south korea. china is floating a proposal, one where the united states would hold halt the joint military exercise with south korea in exchange for north program. the u.s. has rejected that proposal. meetings continue for secretary of state rex tillerson. he meets with the chinese president before flying back to the united states. laura: get ready for a
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blockbuster week on capitol hill. one of the highlights confirmation hearing for supreme court nominee neil gorsuch. the seat has been empty since anton scalia passed last february. here is more on what we can expect from the upcoming week. >> we will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states. >> it is something neil gorsuch about to do the night it was rolled out in prime time. >> i will do all my powers permit, to be a faithful servant to the laws of this great country. >> it's no surprise ever see groups are split on the proposition. as a ramp up their arguments and ads for gorsuch nomination on monday. >> his nomination doesn't respect the constitution. >> gorsuch is about to face his critics head-on as he goes before the judiciary committee.
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they are trying to make his path to the high court less than smooth. >> if he shows, in his answers, that he is out of the mainstream's, as his opinions indicate that he may be, i will use every tool available, including the filibuster to oppose him. >> pro-choice advocates are sounding the alarm on where he may stand on the issue of abortion. they are concerned he would support a pro-life nominee. >> in order to get selected in the first place, he already has his mind made up. >> his supporters believe he will be hard to trip up no matter how he did the hearing get. >> there will be people ideologically opposed come hell or high water. i think in this case, once the american public sees him in the senate, testifying, they will
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realize what a terrific nomination this is. >> when discussing the nuclear option which would lower the threshold from 60 down to 51 votes, a number of senators from both sides of the aisle have expressed the hope that it will not come to that. gop leadership isn't ruling it out. in newarjg laura: this monday, fox news will have live coverage of the hearing all day. that is monday morning, right here on fox news. tomorrow fox news media analyst goes one-on-one with white house press secretary sean spicer. the interview is set to air on media buzz to look at the investigation between russia and the trump campaign and the presses coverage of it. >> it's amazing how many times the mainstream media brings up a story that has been debunked by every intelligence official and member of congress who has been briefed by the fbi, including
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director clapper who was appointed by president obama and said he didn't see anything there. the mainstream media hold onto the narrative because they realize it gets them some coverage or rating. laura: you can see the rest of that interview with sean spicer on media buzz. that's 11:00 a.m. eastern on fox news channel. a disturbing update on one of the worst terror attacks on u.s. soil. we are learning some survivors of the shooting in san bernardino aren't getting the medical care they need. in some cases, they have worker comp claims denied. it has been a year end a half since the married couple opened fire at an office holiday party killing 14 people and injuring two dozen others. will carr is following the story from l.a. why are the victims still struggling with this?
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>> while they have been recovering physically and mentally, bureaucracy has played out at its best. fourteen people were killed and 22 injured. instead of getting full support from san bernardino county or private insurance, the victims were placed into the state worker comes system which started to deny or modify treatment requests in the months after the attack. valerie weber, who was shot twice, herb pelvis shattered and arm paralyzed required more than 20 surgery. she told us all of the red tape was keeping her from getting the care she needs for recovery. >> i did not fall down the ste steps. i am not just an injured worker, not taking anything away from an injured worker, but we sustained injuries that are not common at all. these are battlefield injuries. >> this weekend, weber is back in the hospital. she is in intensive care after her most recent surgery.
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in the state. brian joins us live from new york. thanks for being on set with us. what do investigators say about any leads about her whereabouts? it sounds like there haven't been a lot. >> there are no new leads. elizabeth has not been seen since monday in tennessee. they tell me they have received 250 tips from 24 states but there have been no credible sightings. the search for the high school freshman and her suspected abductor has expanded nationwide. the fbi is involved. they last placed her indicator monday afternoon. and amber alert is active. these are recent surveillance images of tad cummins. he has brown hair and eyes. they uncovered a troubling pattern of behavior that indicates his preplanning of this abduction and used his role as her teacher to manipulate the 15-year-old in an effort to lure and potentially sexually exploit her. tad cummins is driving a nissan rogue and may be sleeping in his car. the suspects wife spoke out
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yesterday. >> let me speak directly to my this is not who you are. we can help you get through this no matter how far you've gone, or what is happening right now, god's grace is sufficient for you. dangerous and on the tennessee bureau of investigation top ten most wanted list. laura: i can only imagine the family of this girl. what are they saying. >> elizabeth's father has been tweeting. he said please come home to us, i can't live without you. in the meantime, the family attorney is lessening whether moore could or should have been done by the school district. an investigation was launched in january into his relationship
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with elizabeth. the school suspended the teacher and moved elizabeth out of the classroom. he wasn't fired until this week. the father was not notified about the investigation at the school in january until a week after it started. >> when we found out what the school system was saying, about when they took action, that they didn't delay, my client was outraged. he didn't learn until january 31 and he learned from law enforcement. >> bottom line, the most important thing is they find them. if anyone has information please call 1800 tbi find. >> that is concerning that the parents were alerted until a week later. >> they said it's monday morning quarterback. it is about finding elizabeth. laura: thank you for the update. one person is still missing after a terrifying home explosion in maryland.
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look at that. the house was completely leveled after the blast. we are told the explosion was so powerful it shattered windows nearby and damaged homes nearby. the house has been illegally occupied after it foreclosed in december. they are still investigating the cause of the blast. winter refuses to release its grasp on the northeast. we are living through it. more cold weather is on the way. we will check in with the fox weather center to see how bad it will be. here is a close look at a new russian spin on the classic winter sport. dear predictable, there's no other way to say this. it's over. i've found a permanent escape from monotony.
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laura: the death toll continues to rise in peru as intense rain, flooding and mudslide impacts more than half the nation. the floods have killed at least 72 people since the beginning of the year in what they call the most devastating weather the country has seen in decades. the capital city has been without water service since the beginning of the week. prices has risen sharply because of the cause of the flood. they captured this dramatic video of a woman pulling herself to safety. she escaped being pulled away by the flooding and debris. 800 cities have declared emergency and the armed forces have been deployed to help maintain order in peru and we
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have another fox weather alert. if you thought spring was around the corner, think again. technically it is, on the calendar, but another blast of weather is headed for the northeast. rain, snow, freezing temperatures. there was some trouble on the road this weekend. they are still cleaning up after last week's storm. adam has more from the fox weather center. i was hoping you would bring us some good news. maybe you will just get us through this moment. how bad will it be. >> we are just getting through this. eventually there will be good news. let me show you where the cold air and warm air is. there is warm air across the country. the upper midwest has chilly temperatures over to the mid atlantic and northeast where moisture is moving through. off to the west and the middle portion of the country, 80 degrees in denver. there is warm air and it will funnel to the east and everyone will enjoy the warmer temperatures. the middle of the country is d dry. we have a system moving across the pacific northwest and the
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system across the mid-atlantic to the northeast. that's where we are seeing a wintry mix. at times rain and at times snow. it's going up toward boston. it doesn't last a long time we will see often on showers this evening into tomorrow morning. by 8:00 a.m. we are clearing off and sunday, although cold, it will be a drier day across the east coast and northeast. eventually there is some good news on the way. forecasted high today running into sunday, very warm air piling up in the center of the country, but it will shift to the east. if you been battling colder weather, you do have warmer weather on the way. we are about to get some relief and feel more like spring in the
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laura: adam, wow. i'm looking at the map. am i seeing 90 degrees in texas almost. >> there is a big pile up of warmer air in this direction. we will be right up there in the 80, 90 degrees. laura: okay, just checking. vice president pens was speaking monitoring this event and we will bring you any news out of that event. while winter can cause trouble it can also give us amazing sites. we want to show you a little bit of that. that will be after the break. we also have big news, a monumental loss for music as we learn chuck berry died at the age of 90. the rock 'n roll trailblazer. we will have a look back at his career after the ♪ unrelenting nasal allergies? ♪ ♪ clarispray provides unsurpassed relief.
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♪ got to be rock 'n roll music if you want to dance with me ♪ ♪ i took my love across the track ♪ reporter: he may be gone but the music lives on forever. the world mourning the loss of chuck berry. the missouri native came on the scene in the 1950s. busting out with a string of events that would shape music for a long time. maybelline, johnny be good. one in the list of even deductees into the rock 'n roll
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hall of fame. john lennon was one of his biggest fans. the beatle said if you were going to give rock 'n roll another name, it might be chuck berry. he recently finished his last album simply entitled "chuck." he was 90 years old. if you are a fan of rock 'n roll, you loved chuck berry. thanks for a watching. a special jesse watters starts now. -- "watters world" starts now.
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♪ when jesse: "watters world" is on. tonight, the income tax rate, what are we talking about? >> the biggest tax cut since megyn, probably bigger than reagan. jess rsh do you think president obama want you to succeed he has been nice to me but this peoplen't been nice to me jesse: "watters world" will never be the say as we take to the sky with the commander-in-chief. it's hard to remember when you are up to hour a


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