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how many women would benefit from joe biden's tax credit? >> it would put 720 million women back in the workforce. it would increase the gdp by about eight tenths of 1%. it would grow the economy. the things these guys are doing is not growing the economy, it stifling the economy. >> laura: one problem. a 72 720 million women, only 320 million in the entire country. these are minor details. that's all the time we have tonight. shannon bream and the "fox news @ night" team take it all from here. shannon? >> shannon: math is not my thing, laura, that's why i went to law school. leave it there. good to see you. we begin today with a fox news alert. tonight, new revelations into what went down in "the new york times" article and the correction to a story about secondhand allegations against a supreme court justice brett kavanaugh. plus, a key player inside last year's investigation says the
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claims against kavanaugh are a lie. it is separating fact from fishing. and the trump administration setting its sights on california, the exploding homeless population. who is to blame for the crisis and what is the plan to solve it? i will ask hud secretary ben carson coming up. and right now, secretary of state mike pompeo is on his way to saudi arabia. that nation says it has proof iran is the culprit behind the drone attack of one of the largest oil processing sites. pressure growing on the international community to confront those responsible if you'd hello and welcome to "fox news @ night," i'm shannon bream in washington peered we have a fox team coverage tonight. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge reports on her fiery day on capitol hill as one of the present allies -- he doesn't go exactly as planned. first, the latest on the kavanaugh allegations. >> with "the new york times" facing mounting criticism over its story on brett kavanaugh
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that had to be corrected, president trump seized on the controversy with a rather aggressive suggestion, that the paper closed its door. >> i call for the resignation of everybody at "the new york times" involved in the kavanaugh -- they have taken the great old lady and broken her down, destroyed her virtue, and ruined her reputation. >> in their new book, two "times" reporters quote unnamed stores is saying someone saw kavanaugh expose himself at a drunken party. the alleged victim having told herself she doesn't remember such an instrumen incident. they say they caught that crucial information from their piece their piece. >> there was a zero intent to mislead anybody. >> somewhere in the editing process -- >> it was an editing, done in the haste of the editing process, as you know. >> asked for the offensive "times" tweet, she admits she
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wrote it. still, 2020 candidate like kamala harris continue to demand impeachment. >> i call for impeachment. i believe that is the clearest way for us to get an investigation of these allegations. >> congresswoman ayanna pressley is pushing an impeachment hearing, but -- the office spoke to seven people who say they heard aboute incident, including her mother, but most were just repeating chatter and didn't identify kavanaugh. the book also reveals "fox news @ night" for his accuser christine blasey ford got help from silicon valley, executives from linkedin lending private planes. the media have largely ignored the book, fortify stress close
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run saying no confidence, it doesn't fit the narrative. >> shannon: could the authors of "the new york times" story on kavanaugh face legal trouble? a house democrat takes the first formal step two impeachment hearings against kavanaugh. joining me now, mike davis, good to have you back with us. okay, so you are close to all of these senate investigations. you took part in them, interviewed witnesses. what can you tell us about max dyer, who apparently, the island nation that this tray shows back to him. did he come to the committee? >> so max stier reached out to senator coons' office, who is also on the senate judiciary committee. we are not sure when he reached out to senator coons, what he said to senator coons, how he came about this information. those are big questions that need answering.
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senator coons, after the committee votes, and within days of the full vote, the full confirmation vote, senator coons sent a letter to the fbi director with max stier's name on it, but the letter did not include any allegations by max stier. >> shannon: so there wasn't anything presented to you at that time that could have been part of your investigation? >> correct. >> shannon: there were a lot of people interviewed, a lot of investigations of spread out different directions. here is what a number of democrats are now saying about those investigations last year. >> the fbi investigation was deeply disappointing and troubling. they did not conduct what i would consider a buy the book of background investigation. >> i was part of that hearing, and it was a sham process. i knew there were credible allegations that should have been investigated, that were not. >> there is a need for investigation, now, because
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there never was then. >> shannon: some of that refers to the fbi, some to what you, as the senate body, investigated peer and how do you respond? >> i think it is interestingly senate democrats who boycotted chairman grassley's fair, thorough, comprehend of investigation as evidenced by the 414 page reports -- >> shannon: which is public, we can all read it. >> it that's right, it's on the website, issued on november 2nd, 2018. it is pretty rich these democrats who boycotted the investigation are now complaining the investigation. we tracked down every lead, six allegations came in, essentially accusing justice kavanaugh of being a serial gang rapist, and we tracked down these allegations from dr. ford to ms. ramirez michael avenatti bursting on the scene with julie swetnick and several others. we took all of these allegations seriously, and we documented what we did in that 414 page report. >> shannon: so we have congresswoman plaskett lee,
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ayanna pressley, today introduced a resolution in the house that would kick off impeachment proceedings, essentially, or start the ball rolling with respect to justice kavanaugh. we also have a letter from senator kamala harris, part of the senate judiciary committee and the questioning, her letter to the house judiciary chairman jerry nadler saying we must protect the integrity of our justice system, it's imperative we pursue a legitimate search for the truth, for the benefit of the american people. it's a year later, it seems like it's day one for a lot of folks on this issue. where do we go from here? >> i say a couple of things. the democrats lost the presidential election in 2016, in big part because of a supreme court fight. it democrats four senate incumbents in 2018, largely because if a supreme court figh. if the democrats want another supreme court fight in 2020 and guarantee president trump's reelection and guarantee that senate majority leader mitch mcconnell is going to continue his record breaking success in confirming
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president trump's judicial nominees, i welcome this fight. >> shannon: part of that may include the conversation about packing supreme court and federal courts, as well. another topic for another day, so come back. >> thank you. >> shannon: corey lewandowski sparring with democrats today at the house judiciary committee considers possible impeachment against the president. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge reports on a fiery day on the hill. >> shannon, republicans called the hearing political theater. >> the white house is advancing a new and dangerous theory, the crony privilege. absolute immunity looks good by comparison. where are the limits? this is a cover up, plain and simple. this hearing, as you said, under the dash never seen a majority -- they can't sell a pig's eye! they can't sell a product.
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>> two were directed by the white house not to testify, citing constitutional immunity, which they argue protects communications with the president. leading former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski to take the heat from democrats. documentations from the special counsel report, that the president asked him to go to then attorney general jeff sessions to curtail the special counsel investigation. >> i never delivered the message. >> you chickened out to. >> i went on vacation. >> you put the message in the safe, in the safe in your home for safekeeping. correct? before you went on vacation. >> i took my kids to the beach, congressmen. that's more a priority. >> did you tell him he would be fired? >> and not disclose it discussion with the president. >> in a tweet, and the president
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lewandowski. during a break, lewandowski tweeted his website for potential 2020 senate bid. >> i think this fake russia collusion narrative is the greatest crime committed against the american people in our generation, if not ever. this is a president who is duly elected by the american people, and members of certain bodies refused to accept those election results. >> house republicans who don't control the committee say democrats should be calling the inspector general michael horowitz to testify about his recent findings. the former fbi director james comey violated fbi policies and was also a leaker. shannon? >> and catherine herridge on the hill, thank you. new tonight, the federal government still with a contractor, edward snowden, alleging he violated nondisclosure agreements by publishing a memoir without giving the government an opportunity to review it first. the book tells how snowden came to reveal secret government
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activity in the name of national security. he was charged under the espionage act and now lives in russia to avoid arrest. also new tonight, democratic senator may face a censure vote in her home state by her own party. the censure vote by arizona democrats against their junior senator is reportedly due to disenchantment with her voting record. she did campaign on a vow to work across party lines. a senator cinema has voted for president trump's interior secretary and voted to confirm l bill barr. new from arizona the state supreme court their ruling in favor of a pair of christian artists, who say their religious faith would be violated if they were forced to comply with a phoenix ordinance that would not allow them to decline work for same-sex marriage invitations. it does leave some questions unanswered. they told fox news that night last year about how they were threatened with jail time and find for every day they would vl
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>> shannon: minutes ago, we had a story about senator sinema out of arizona, mentioned she is the junior senator -- she is actually the senior senator, serving alongside -- possibly a first in california, lawmakers p committed to wiping out the same problem, homelessness appeared tonight, as the crisis explodes, california officials and president trump are at odds over possible solutions and who is actually to blame for the root causes. chief breaking news correspondent trace gallagher is on the case from our west coast bureau as the president does a swing through california.
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good evening, trace. >> shannon, good evening. president trump is attending high dollar fund-raisers in california. meantime, the mayor of los angeles, eric garcetti, took a swipe at the president, saying he should also leave a little something. watch. >> so, we appreciate your coming here to take money from angelenos. we hope next time you will come bringing our tax dollars and some money to angelenos. it is time to make sure we don't just address homelessness, but ended, not just through punitive measures. >> and while the l.a. mayor believes the answer to the states exploding homeless problem lies with the government, president trump is known for putting that shoe on the other foot, quoting here, "we can't let los angeles, san francisco, and numerous other cities destroy themselves by allowing what is happening." the president addressed the issue, saying he is considering the creation of any individual
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tax force as a solution to the possible problem, but did not provide details, saying he wanted to discuss the problem with ben carson. today, carson rejected california governor gavin newsom's demand that the feds invest more money in section 8 housing vouchers. carson says overregulation and opposition to more housing is a huge part of what is driving california's crisis. san francisco mayor says support for low-income housing has mined for decades. after a year in office, the san francisco homeless nest problem is reportedly wears under the mayor then in the previous administration, including uptake in the number of homeless, reports of dirty needles and human feces. bashing the trump administration still popular in california because the president is not to
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come all the republicans reportedly snapped of those fund-raiser tickets at breakneck pace. shannon? >> and all right, trace gallagher from the west coast, thank you so much. shed some light on president trump's thinking with taking and california's homelessness crisis. joining me now, dr. ben carson in l.a. with us tonight. secretary, great to have you with us, sir. >> nice to be with you. >> shannon: and a lot of speculation in the media but what the president might be putting together, using police officers and other resources to tackle this issue of homelessness. what is the plan? what can you tell us? >> first of all, recognize it is a severe crisis. in l.a., and in many parts of california. because it is not just affecting people on the street, but there's feces on the street, all
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kind of health hazards there, and this could really blow up into a major epidemic, so we need to do something. and so the president really wants to look at all of our different options. the police, obviously, need to be supported. because there are many people on the street who are not orderly individuals, and they impact on the freedom that other people have to even walk down the street. so that must be looked at. we must understand that, as a nation, we have failed a lot of the mentally incapable people by just throwing them out. and not supporting them. some people think that his compassion, but that's not compassion at all. we have to really begin to work with the american psychiatric association, and some others, in terms of what kind of programs are going to work for these individuals. we want to maximize their freedom, but we also want to
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free all the other citizens. >> shannon: so you're going to visit a number of cities there during this run through california. the governor has sent a letter to the president, signed with other local officials. governor newsom said this: "state and local governments have ramped up action to lift families out of property. in contrast, your administration -- he says to the president -- cut public housing and other programs." how do you respond? >> i would say, since i've been in this office, there have been no cuts. people have talked about it, but there have not been any cuts. so i'm not sure that's an accurate statement at all. but, you know, just throwing money at the problem is not going to work. people have been trying that for a long period of time, and when we look at places like california, that have excessively high pricing for rentals, it means that every year, as those prices go up, the
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cost of the subsidies goes up, so we have to spend more money to take care of the same number of people. that's just not something that's working. what we need to do is analyze the reasons that the costs are so high, and it's because of all the regulatory barriers and restrictions. in california, it's even solar panels on all the new constructs. that just raises the price ridiculously. in san francisco, the median home price in the san francisco bay area is $1.7 million. who can afford that? so we really need to go to the supply side here. what can we do to create more supply? and if we have adequate supply, that will automatically take care of the pricing. basic economics. >> shannon: you visited san francisco today, so i want to give you a chance to respond to a not flattering --
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20 minutes with residents and reporters, no concrete promises that federal funding for handling homelessness. is that a fair assessment? >> of course not. i made it very clear that i wanted to hear their side of the story. i wanted to hear from some of the residence there. we want to look at all of the possibilities. i also told them, you know, this is not us giving you money. i said we need to be able to sit down, we need to be able to explore what the causes of the homelessness are. and we need to look at best practices. what are the things that have worked around this country, and other parts of the world? and let's take a logical approach to this, not an ideological approach. >> shannon: i know the department is looking at a lot of unique, different ways to go about tackling some of these root problems. we will follow your visit through those meetings tomorrow in l.a. and other places.
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secretary carson, great to have you with us, sir. >> nice to be with you, thank you, shannon peter >> shannon: at this very moment, secretary of state mike pompeo headed to saudi arabia as middle east tensions ratchet up another notch. ♪ dad: oh, hey guys! mom (on speakerphone): hi! son (on speakerphone): dad, i scored two goals today! dad: oh, that's great! vo: getting to a comfortable retirement doesn't have to be an uncomfortable thought. see how lincoln can help you retire on your terms at lincolnfinancial.com age-related macular i've degeneration, with which could lead to vision loss. so today i made a plan with my doctor, which includes preservision. because it's my vision, my morning walk, my sunday drive, my grandson's beautiful face.
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prince bahama desired president trump handing out response options with lawmakers on twitter. lindsey graham saying this earlier today. >> what does this say to me, that the shooting down of the drone where we had a measured response, and the president got a lot of credit by not attacking. they saw that as a sign of weakness. >> the president responding a short while ago, no, it was a sign of strength that some people just don't understand. the administration says they are following the trail of evidence wherever it may lead. >> i promise you, we are ready. as the president said, we don't want war with anybody. but the united states is prepared. we are locked and loaded. >> senator graham, though, says it's time to call a spade a spade. >> can you imagine the thought
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process that went into attacking an oil refinery in saudi arabia? that's an act of war by any reasonable definition. >> the white house is keeping close look at this. echoing with the president said yesterday, insisting the u.s. doesn't want a war, but it will win one if they were comes calling. >> shannon: so what are the options they trump national security team is weighing through tonight? >> they are considering a range of options but one source tells fox news that they are hoping to get the u.n. involved, saying the security council was created to address threats to international peace and securi security. this event meets that criteria. regardless of the u.n., the trump administration is standing firmly by the kingdoms aside, along with egypt, jordan, and the u.k. in the absence of definitive proof, though, other american allies are hedging their bets. >> we have to wait for the
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results of the involved parties. right now, i can't make a final judgment. >> tomorrow, saudi defense ministry says it will unveil evidence that proves iran was involved in these attacks, including revealing specific weapons that were used. shannon, obviously we will keep an eye on that press conference as it unfolds. >> shannon: jillian, thank you. this is a fox news alert, the deadlock in israel tonight leading the fate of a key ally for president trump unknown at this hour. prime minister benjamin netanyahu still trying to hold onto power as we await the final results. correspondent trey yingst is live in jerusalem, early there, to tell us where things stand at this hour. good morning. >> good morning, shannon. we are getting preliminary exit polls in israel, and they do not look good for israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. could still win the overall election for his likud party, the opponents of the blue and white party, led by benny gantz, it doesn't mean he will reach a
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61-seat threshold in their version of the parliament that gives them the ability to govern in israel. a little bit about what is going to happen now, as the votes are still being counted, everyone is going to be looking towards a third party, led by israel's former defense minister, and additionally, a longtime rival of israeli i minister benjamin netanyahu, and that i is -- expected to have eight to 8 to 10 the seats, giving him the ability to decide who the next prime minister will be. in the next couple of days, expect trading behind the scene as they try to garner support and get the nod from the israeli president to form a coalition government. take a look at what is really prime minister benjamin netanyahu had to say following voting as it wrapped up last night. >> in the next few days, we will go into negotiations in order to
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establish strong government and in order to prevent dangerous, anti-zionist government. this is what needs to be done at this time. >> you can see there, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is not claiming victory, as he did when elections were held earlier this year in april. he was not able to form a coalition government then, sending the country into a second round of elections. he is also not conceding. the prime minister keeping his hopes up. shannon. >> shannon: we are all standing by, trey yingst live in jerusalem. thank you. ♪ where in the world kicks off with more from the middle east. palestinian takes his war crimes case against israeli commander to court and the netherlands. one of the israeli commanders is benny gantz, you just heard about him challenging prime minister be benjamin netanyahu. they want damage by 2014 air strike on a gaza house he said wound up killing six members of his family.
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the taliban and claiming responsibility for separate attacks by suicide bombers today in afghanistan. one targeted an election rally for the country's president, a second ripped through the center of the afghan capital, and at least 48 people have died, scores more wounded. we have a comment tonight from the press secretary at the white house, calling it cowardly, saying the president will not work with the taliban or negotiate any kind of peace deal as long as they continue doing this kind of thing. tarto australia, a surfer lookig for his next way when a drone user alerted him to a circling shark. that drone equipped with a speaker system which the operator, a search and rescue volunteer, used to warn the surfer about the predator nearby, and the surfer got to safety in time. tonight, brand-new details in a shocking case of more than 2,000 fetal remains at indiana's most prolific abortion doctor. information on the investigation
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>> shannon: democratic socialist congresswoman alexandria ocasio-cortez making a statement by endorsing a progressive democrat who has decided to mount a primary challenge to a longtime incumbent, who happens to be a pro-life democrat. correspondent david spunt to fill us in on the details. >> good evening, shannon peered congresswoman ocasio-cortez has quite a bit of power in the democrat party, especially when it comes to campaigning. today, she announced she will support a democrat in chicago with hopes of ousting another democrat. this is dan lipinski, a democrat representing the chicago suburbs since 2005. ocasio-cortez, known as aoc on the hill, endorsing marie newman instead. it will take a bigger, stronger, democratic party, one that returned to our fdr roots and fight for working people, to change our future in 2020. we can't afford a fight -- we
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need her for congress. he is a congressman who happens to be a pro-lifer. aoc plans to challenge his stance through marie newman. he has wrestled with his pro-life stance on where it fits in his party before. here he is in an interview last year. >> i'm going to continue to be pro-life. it would be much easier for me politically if i changed my position. but that is not worth it. >> ocasio-cortez is the youngest member of congress, 29 years old. she made headlines last year when she unseated a democrat in her district. aoc beat joe crowley in new york. he came to washington in 1999. newman lost to lipinski last year and a primary race, and has been endorsed by elizabeth moran and bernie sanders, just to name a few. this district, considered a safe
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blue seat, congresswoman aoc quoted a saying "if we're going to make these changes, they need to come from safe blue seats, and lipinski tonight told "politico" that democrats should not be fighting against each other, they should actually be fighting against the trump agenda. it's going to be interesting. >> shannon: it's an interesting first test case to see what her endorsement does or doesn't do in this primary. we'll watch it. thanks, david. >> you bet. >> shannon: a gruesome discovery, more than 2,000 medically preserved fetal remains discovered inside the illinois home of a deceased doctor, who used to perform abortions in indiana, but he lost his license back in 2016. tonight, both states attorneys general say they will work together to investigate this shocking case. curtis hill joins us now live, good to have you with us. >> thank you, shannon. >> shannon: what can you tell us about this case or what you hope to accomplish? it sounds overwhelming at first blush. >> it is overwhelming. 2,246 unborn children discovered
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in a grisly manner. it's shocking. what we found out about it, we recognized this was something we needed to address, because there is every indication that those unborn babies came from indiana. so i reached out to the attorney general from the state of illinois, because it was in illinois, and we agreed we would work together. i'm very pleased that will county states attorney's office in illinois and wills county sheriff's department, as well as the coroner's office, have done a great job in cataloguing and getting information, and we hope to cooperate with and involve our indiana system, as well. >> shannon: his home in illinois, he had clinics in indiana, a number of places. he lost his licensing in 2016. a filmmaker, mark archer, who sat down and apparently talked with his doctor before, said that she was quoted in
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"the daily caller." he said that klopfer's clinic was filthy, dirty, full of clutter. i'm fearful of what they're going to find in the clinics. archer added, what we saw at the clinic that he would let us see, it wasn't -- you anticipate this election would go into the clinics? he apparently still maintained, even though they weren't operating. >> absolutely. he was suspended indefinitely back in 2016, and those are still standing. in gary, south bend, and for wayne. we would anticipate coming out effort to find the facts of what is occurring, the first step is to determine, are there more fetal remains still out there, unaccounted for? and left in this degrading situation? that is one of the first steps we are working on right now. >> shannon: in reading about the case, i know where there are some very young patients, one allegedly as young as 10, others 13 years old, that he didn't report as he was supposed to. that was what led to the loss of his license. there were all kinds of
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recordkeeping issues, pain management, medication issues, all kinds of things. how do someone like that continue operating for decades? >> it's shameful. as you pointed out. there were so many things, incompetence, lack of professional standards, lack of reporting, lack of cleanliness, lack of keeping adequate staffing. i can tell you the indiana department of health was after him for quite some time, and prolific is an understatement, in terms of what he was doing. but the conditions were awful. while abortion is legal, states like indiana have the right to regulate that process, and part of the regulation is making sure that operators like dr. klopfer or operating in a healthy environment as possible, that's clearly not the case here. we do anticipate some additional, frightening findings, as we continue this investigation. >> shannon: very quickly, just about out of time. he talked about regulation, and
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there is some pushback about the new, very tough, pro-life, or antiabortion, as a parental call it, legislation out there. "cbs news" reporting this, they say last year, the national abortion federation recorded a record high 1,369 reported violent acts against abortion clinics, saying providers interviewed by "cbs news" i have seen a direct correlation between the rise in violence and the wave of antiabortion legislation passed this year. any comments on the? >> i think we are moving in the right direction in terms of indiana, where we are calling on additional regulation to make sure we do situations like this, where we have unborn children that can be disposed in a humane way, through cremation and burial, recognizing the dignity of human life. these are the types of things we need to move towards, and i'm thankful that indiana and many other states are moving in that direction. >> shannon: i know people across the spectrum on this particular issue are shocked at what has been found in this doctors home here we will stay with you on the case. indiana attorney general curtis
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hill, thank you for your time. >> thank you, shannon. >> shannon: 2020, the campaign releasing an ad cycling through presidential candidate joe biden's worst gaffes. it includes his reference to both senators sanders and booker as "the president," and mixing up which state he is in. biden defended him something every politician i know has made gaffes. probably true. kamala harris slipping behind her democratic competition according to a new nbc news "wall street journal" poll. indiana mayor pete buttigieg overtaking harris by two percentage points among democratic primary voters nationwide. harris has lost eight percentage points since july, the most of any democratic presidential candidate. president trump dismissing new york senator elizabeth warren's monday rally, saying anybody can try crowd like that, the warren campaign claiming more than 20,000 people showed up. entrepreneur and 2020 democratic
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residential hom hopeful andrew , drawn criticism for playing up asian tropes in last week's debate. he says by poking fun at stereotypes, he's forcing american structure think about them. a homeowner reported they confronted by three masked teens, including one with a gun, exercising his own second amendment rights. while those teams are dead. a possible case developing in georgia, we have late-breaking details, next. people, our sales now apply to only 10 frames. a new low.
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>> when the deputies arrived, they discovered masked young men. it could possibly be a stand-your-ground case of case. based upon the preliminary we have learned so far, it's a matter of verifying all of the information we have. >> i know it was an exchange of gunfire. it sounds like somebody shot somebody, they got shot back, and he let off a lot of shots. >> shannon: a possible stand-your-ground case in georgia tonight, the homeowner reportedly shooting and killing three masked teens approaching his residence, one allegedly had a gun for the case is unfolding as senate democrats take to the floor tonight holding a marathon session to protest in action on government know my gun control. joining me now, fox news
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political analyst gianno caldwell. >> great to be here, shannon. >> shannon: everyone is waiting in d.c. to see what will come from these two put something to the floor for a vote. here is house speaker nancy pelosi and senate leader mitch mcconnell saying i want to see with the president wants, and then we move forward. >> i don't know why a leader in the senate would abdicate his responsibilities, we can the institution he leads, because the president doesn't want it. >> shannon: your reaction? >> i can find about ten statements were nancy pelosi has said she was waiting to see what president obama wanted to do before she acted. if that statement is totally inaccurate. she has done it before. truth be told, president trump does want to act on this, and or two additional men very important to this debate, senator mcconnell and senator lindsey graham, which all gun control must go through his committee. the truth of the matter is we
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recognize something must be done, but we do not want to infringe on individual, second amendment rights. we need to enforce the laws currently on the books, in addition to continuing to figure out how we can figure out who is mentally disabled and who shouldn't have a gun. that is what the debate should be about right now, not politics, which you see a lot of democrats doing right now, trying to score political poin points. >> shannon: the white house has a lot of behind-the-scenes conversation going on, told the attorney general has been talking to folks on the hill, and there is negotiating going on. in the meantime, some democrats out there why running for president and talking about the fact there should be mandatory buybacks, others call that confiscation. democrat senator chris coons is worried about how that'll play with people like beto o'rourke making was kind of statements. here is what he said. >> i frankly think that cliff will be played for years at second amendment rallies with organizations that try to scare people by saying democrats are coming for your guns.
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>> shannon: richard, is it counterproductive to go that far? or is it time to have those conversations? >> baidoa rock was completed out of mind when he made that comment. let's focus on the senate floor tonight and what is happening on the senate floor since we have had -- what is happened in the house since the democrats have been in control. we have passed a bill that said no fly, no buy. everybody gets a background check there last month, 50 people lost their lives because of a mass shooting. a couple weeks ago, parents sent their kids to school with bulletproof backpacks, and what we have gotten from this white house and mitch mcconnell is the same: we will wait and see. thoughts and prayers. the president said he doesn't want to confiscate guns, but this bill has nothing to do with confiscating guns, and everything to do with ensuring that bad people don't get guns, and they don't go to walmart or public places and shoot people up, and that is what we're trying to prevent. it's sad that mitch mcconnell won't move an inch when it comes to protecting the lives of the american people. >> shannon: is what out there so far, that has made it through the house, are those of substantive measures that would
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be able to stop or would have stopped some of these recent shootings? >> i mean, studies have shown us, the data has shown us that is not true. interestingly enough, i was just in chicago interviewing about ten gang members, and i asked them what laws on the books or could be on the books to prevent you from having a gun? and they said there isn't a law, they are going to always get their guns, always shoot people or rob people. >> shannon, he is right -- >> we think about chicago as a leading example of what gun control policies have done, and they don't work in that way, so we must make sure we are not infringing on individuals rights. >> shannon: we've got to leave it there or we will get cut off. but come back, this issue is far from over. okay, our midnight here, they have been fighting for the lives of children for 60 years. they started what is now known as child health, the largest child advocacy organization in the world. i have seen their work first
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♪ >> tucker: good evening and welcome to "tucker carlson tonight." it was just three days ago that "new york times" reporters kelly and robin were the toast of the left. by things move fast. their new book appeared to finish the job that the national media started a year ago and take out brett kavanaugh for good. the authors accuse kavanaugh of committing a kind of sexual assault as a college student more than 30 years ago at yale. details were sparse but was enough to launch a tsunami of rage from the left. shouters on the other cable channels key nounsed kavanaugh as a gang rapist. all the leading democrats running for president demanded that kavanaugh be impeached mo

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